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This Week in The Hockey News magazine: July 2013

In the July 2013 Edition of THN…

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–    We look at four key players – David Krejci, Jarome Iginla, Corey Crawford and Slava Voynov – leading their respective teams into the final four of the 2013 playoffs

–    Inside Hockey takes a look at possible buyout candidates for this summer, the 2013 World Championships, a 2013 draft hopeful from Australia (say what?) and more

–    Re-united in Denver, we examine whether the hiring of Patrick Roy alongside Joe Sakic can translate to on-ice success for the Avs

–    It’s Mock Draft time! THN prospect guru Ryan Kennedy projects the first round of this year’s deep NHL draft class

–    The hot-button topic of officiating in the 2013 post-season

–    A look at the Derek Boogaard lawsuit and the ever changing role of the enforcer

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–    The firing of bench boss John Tortorella may mean the hardline, combative coaching style is now outdated, says Adam Proteau

–    Boston blueliner Adam McQuaid’s story of how he overcame a life-threatening blood clot during the off-season

–    In the Prospect Report, a dominant performance at the Memorial Cup by Nathan MacKinnon has him back at No. 1 on some draft lists; and the touching story of Stephen MacAuley, who lost his mother shortly before winning the Memorial Cup

–    Beyond the Spotlight looks at the travellin’ career of journeyman minor-leaguer Nick Niedert

–    In Overtime, Ken Campbell debates the new Hockey Canada peewee ban on bodychecking

–    Our 22-page bonus insert, Fully Loaded, covering the off-ice lifestyle and culture of hockey

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