The New Jersey Devils are taking a three-pronged approach to coaching after the firing of Pete DeBoer on Friday. The team announced today that Scott Stevens and Adam Oates will work as coaches, while Lou Lamoriello will also patrol the bench for a short period. More
From spinning backhanders to between the legs beauties, 2014 had some incredible goals. We count down the top 10 tallies of the year, and you’re sure to have your jaw on the floor.
Julius Hudacek isn’t just one of the most entertaining players in the SHL, the Slovakian netminder is one the most fun to watch in the entire world, during and after the game. HudaClaus came out to spread some holiday cheer after a recent victory.
The Kelowna Rockets defenseman is part of a Western League juggernaut with a great shot at the championship. But first, the Washington Capitals prospect will attempt to win gold at the world juniors.
With an 8-0 romping of Slovakia, Canada moved into sole possession of first place in Group A after day one at the World Junior Championship. In other action, Russia outlasted Denmark, USA downed Finland, and Sweden beat up on the Czechs.
After a long look in the mirror, the Czech Federation made some grassroots changes and are believing again. And that could result in a return trip to the podium as early as this year
Few professions require more air travel than pro athletes like NHLers. That makes life hell for the select few who are afraid of crashing every time they leave the ground.
Pete DeBoer got quite the Boxing Day surprise, as the New Jersey Devils fired their coach. Since taking the coaching job in New Jersey, DeBoer has posted a 114-93-41 record but the Devils are currently in seventh place in the Metropolitan Division.
As the year comes to a close, we count down the top 10 shootout goals of 2014. Some young guns make a push for top spot, but a pair of veterans hold down the top spots.
It’s our XL-sized World Junior Championship Preview, with 32 pages of previews, predictions, analysis and features on the world’s best youngsters, on top of our standard top-to-bottom coverage of the NHL and beyond. Also, we say goodbye to Pat Quinn & Viktor Tikhonov.Buy now
In this year's THN Collector's Edition, we look at the greatest rivalries in the history of hockey – it's the unforgettable blood feuds, like the Bruins/Canadiens and Red Wings/Avalanche, that make the sport what it is. On top of the 46 best bitter battles, we look at each current NHL team's top rivalry and who's Public Enemy No. 1 in that city. Hockey's Greatest Rivalries is 160+ pages of Battle Royale!Buy now
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