by Adam Proteau - April 27, 2011 2:15 PM EDT
We count down the top performers from what has been an incredible first round of playoff hockey.
The first round of the playoffs is almost over, with only two series left to complete Wednesday night. Who have been the players with the most impact? See for yourself in this week’s THN.
by Adam Proteau - April 20, 2011 3:16 PM EDT
In this week's list we count down the best single-game performances from the post-season.
Coming off a serious concussion, Blackhawks center David Bolland helped power his team past Vancouver in Game 4 of their first round playoff series Tuesday night with a one-goal, four-point effort.
by Adam Proteau - April 13, 2011 3:20 PM EDT
Taking the past and present into account, we rank the NHL's best players in the post-season.
With the NHL playoffs set to kick off, what better time to catalogue the league’s scariest individual playoff performers? Here are the top 10 best playoff performers in the NHL: 10.
by Adam Proteau - April 6, 2011 2:45 PM EDT
Playoff pool drafts are right around the corner, so we count down some of the best late-round gems you can scoop.
The playoffs soon will be upon us and with it many of you will be involved in post-season fantasy hockey drafts. The first few rounds will be relatively easy, with names such as Joe Thornton, Alex Ovechkin and Henrik Zetterberg quickly snapped up.
by Adam Proteau - March 30, 2011 11:25 AM EDT
With the playoff stretch drive in full gear, we look at which final games will be the most intriguing to tune into.
The NHL’s regular season ends April 10 and although the big story for many is the imminent arrival of the post-season, there still are some can’t-miss games before then.
by Adam Proteau - March 23, 2011 1:39 PM EDT
This week we count down the players who cause your blood to boil whenever you see them.
Colin Campbell, the NHL’s director of discipline, famously said the league “sells hate.” If that’s true, there are a handful of players who are much better hate salesmen than most NHLers.
by The Hockey News - March 16, 2011 2:15 PM EDT
Today's list counts down the biggest disappointments from the NHL draft as seen in THN's Ultimate Book of Hockey Lists.
In determining the biggest busts in history, let’s agree there is a different set of expectations for first overall picks compared to later selections.
by Adam Proteau - March 9, 2011 3:35 PM EST
We count down the biggest surprises, good and bad, from around the NHL as this regular season heads down the home stretch.
As with every NHL season, there have been surprises - both positive and negative - that defy logic and expectation. In this week’s THN.
by Adam Proteau - March 2, 2011 12:36 PM EST
Adam Proteau counts down his favorite deals from on and around the NHL's trade deadline period.
Although most people know you can never really judge an NHL trade until months, if not years, after a deal is consummated, it is always fun to try and pinpoint which teams did well in their swap shop business.
by Adam Proteau - February 23, 2011 3:00 PM EST
With a new face joining the Buffalo Sabres organization we count down the top players in the team's history.
In his first press conference as the new owner of the Buffalo Sabres, Terry Pegula broke down in tears when describing Hall-of-Famer Gilbert Perreault as “my hero.
by Adam Proteau - February 16, 2011 12:40 PM EST
As the trade deadline approaches, we count down the players we most expect to see moved by Feb. 28.
In another transaction well ahead of the trade deadline, Chris Kelly was shipped to Boston from Ottawa Tuesday in exchange for a second round pick.
by The Hockey News - February 9, 2011 2:07 PM EST
From our Book of Lists, we countdown the best players through history who had their careers hampered by injuries.
The physical nature of hockey has shortened the careers of some of the game’s biggest stars. Bobby Orr battled knee injuries beginning in his very first NHL season with the Boston Bruins, while Pittsburgh Penguins superstar Mario Lemieux had chronic back woes as well as a laundry list of other ailments.
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