The Sept. 9 edition of THN…
– Toronto’s David Clarkson returns home with open arms from fans, expectations that come with big money and comparisons to his childhood idol.
– “The Tribes Have Spoken.” Adam Proteau looks at tribalism and how fans are expressing passion and unity like never before, while the NHL and sponsors try to figure out how to be capitalize on the new fandom.
– Inside Hockey looks at the KHL as a rising destination for top Russian talent, a look at Canada’s and the United States lack in Olympic medals overseas, a warmer feeling towards hockey in San Jose and more.
– Dallas’ new No. 1 center Tyler Seguin leaves Boston behind with a lot of experience and a Stanley cup.
– An amazing career allowed Elmer Ferguson Award-winner Jay Greenberg to witness some of the most unforgettable NHL moments.
– Bauer and Hockey Canada team up to combat the nation’s decline in hockey enrollment.
– Daniel Alfredsson looks out for No. 1 in signing with Detroit – and he was right to do it, says Adam Proteau.
– Catching up with Calle Jarnkrok, another potential draft day steal by the Red Wings.
– A 12-page bonus Fully Loaded edition, looking at the goods, gear and style of hockey, including…A first look at NHL 14’s latest innovation, the Enforcer Engine; the evolution of off-season training and the different approaches to getting game ready in the summer and the myths of training at a young age and how youngsters can train safely without damaging their bodies.
– Our 2013 Equipment Buyers’ Guide
– Ken Campbell explains why it’s time to stop celebrating mediocrity.