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This Week in The Hockey News magazine: 2014-15 Season Commemorative

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.

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. Also in the issue: - Editor in chief Jason Kay wonders why we’re in such a big hurry to finish games quickly - How 3-on-3 overtime was a resounding success in the AHL and why it’ll be the same in the NHL - The secret behind Duncan Keith’s ability to play half a game night in and night out - The story behind a former THN editor in chief who’s being recognized by the Hall of Fame - The best players by skill in the NHL draft - The Top 10 defining moments of the 2014-15 NHL campaign - Our 2015 Goalie Buyer’s Guide - A History Of Lou: Those around him tell the story of legendary Lamoriello - Jamie Benn: How the NHL’s Art Ross winner came back from injury to take the NHL by storm - Our NHL team reports feature six players – Hamilton, Foligno, Dumba, Josi, Maatta & Scheifele – ready to break out, plus the No. 1 Priority for each club heading into the summer - Prospect guru Ryan Kennedy explains why it’s time to change the Memorial Cup format to best-of-three series featuring the top four teams in the country - And Ken Campbell explains why it’s time for the Arizona Coyotes to pack their bags and leave Glendale behind

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