THN’s top 200 fantasy players for 2015-16

By Matt Larkin

Time to start cramming for your hockey pool draft! Fantasy guru Matt Larkin gets you ready with his top 200 player rankings. More

  • James Wisniewski (Debora Robinson/Getty Images)

    The five least effective trade deadline deals of 2014-15

    The MLB trade deadline has taken over the sports news cycle, but some trades, like those the Toronto Blue Jays made, might be all for naught come the post-season. At the NHL’s trade deadline, several moves were made that proved fruitless and backfired on the teams that made them.

  • Tie Domi (far left) and Donald Brashear  (Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)

    A Toronto-Philadelphia rivalry primer for Drake and Meek Mill

    The two rappers are locked in a war of words right now, but if they want to see how reps from the cities really throw down, they should check out these historical highlights from the Leafs and Flyers.

  • Gary Bettman (Michael Nagle/Bloomberg)

    Gary Bettman testifies in concussion lawsuit against NHL

    NHL commissioner Gary Bettman gave a sworn testimony in a New York City court Friday. The deposition was part of a concussion lawsuit brought against the NHL by several former players, including Bernie Nicholls, Reed Larson and Gary Leeman.

  • Michael Dal Colle (blue sweater) of the Islanders (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)

    Futures Mailbag: Michael Dal Colle, the realness of Auston Matthews and more

    Our prospect expert gets to your questions again, tackling subjects about the potential No. 1 pick for the 2016 NHL draft and how long Isles fans will have to wait for MDC in Brooklyn.

  • Vincent Lecavalier

    Flyers cap situation could make for tough choices in 2016-17

    The Philadelphia Flyers locked up Jakub Voracek, but in doing so have committed more than $61 million to 15 players in 2016-17. With several roster spots to fill in, the Flyers could have little more than $12 million to work with, which would make for some tough decisions and could see core players traded to make space.

  • Alex Galchenyuk (Francois Lacasse/Getty Images)

    Canadiens re-sign Alex Galchenyuk to two-year, $5.6 million deal

    The Montreal Canadiens headed into this off-season with one big to-do on their list: sign 21-year-old Alex Galchenyuk to a new deal. GM Marc Bergevin completed his biggest off-season task Thursday evening, signing Galchenyuk to a two-year, $5.6 million deal. Now all that’s left to wonder is if, or when, Galchenyuk will become a center.

  • Shane Bowers (photo courtesy Vincent Ethier/QMJHL Media)

    Shane Bowers was never going to play for Cape Breton

    One of the top prospects in the Quebec League draft is heading to the United States League's Waterloo Black Hawks. And while the news was just made official, Bowers was never going to step on the ice for the Screaming Eagles.

  • Jakub Voracek

    Flyers lock up Voracek long-term with eight-year, $66 million deal

    The Philadelphia Flyers have inked Jakub Voracek to an eight-year, $66 million contract extension that will keep Voracek in Philadelphia until the end of the 2023-24 season. Voracek, 25, scored 22 goals and 81 points in 2014-15 and was set to become an unrestricted free agent next off-season.

August 17, 2015

August 17, 2015

It’s our second annual Lists Issue, with our countdowns in 32 categories, including our annual awards. Also: the top draft duos of all-time – where do McDavid & Eichel sit? And the incredible story of the Metropolit Bros. – one a hockey pro, the other a career criminal.

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Champions Issue 2015

Champions Issue 2015

It's THN's commemorative edition Champions Issue, with our 24-page blowout on the Blackhawks Stanley Cup victory, plus the stories behind the Calder and Memorial Cup winners.

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