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This Week in The Hockey News magazine: 2014-15 Yearbook

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It’s the 2014-15 edition of The Hockey News’ annual Yearbook, your essential guide to the upcoming NHL season.

This year’s 188-page magazine features...

  • Our staple Team Report package with four pages for each NHL club, including the breakdown of need-to-knows, Depth Charts, Fast Facts, Expanded Rosters, Extended Stats from last season, the 2014-15 schedule and the Future Watch Zone – looking at each organization’s top prospects
  • Top-to-bottom predictions for each division as well as the Stanley Cup winner and surprising finalist
  • Our exclusive – and hotly debated – Top 50 Players in the NHL list
  • 10 Questions, and Answers, you must know heading into the new year
  • The 10 rookies who’ll be at the top of the Calder Trophy chase
  • Our Milestone Watch, listing the NHLers who are ready to hit major marks in 2014-15
  • What are you, the fans, saying about next season? Our poll spread has all the trophy winners as well as your opinion on the major debates in the game today
  • Meeting the new GMs and coaches around the NHL, including Washington’s new duo of MacLellan and Trotz
  • How big goalies came to dominate the crease
  • Inside summer training: how to build a beast
  • Charlie Teljeur’s hilarious “How I Spent My Summer Vacation (NHL Edition)” cartoon
  • Full 2013-14 stats from each league around the world, plus the full 2014 draft list and 2014-15 NHL schedule by date
  • Why the time of the shootout has come and gone, according to Ken Campbell

All this, plus in-depth player features on:

  • Drew Doughty, the NHL’s most dominant defenseman, regardless of what Norris voters say
  • Nathan MacKinnon, ready and able to follow in Sidney Crosby’s footsteps as the face of the NHL
  • Kyle Okposo, the New York Islanders’ Count of Monte Cristo
  • Shane Doan, hockey’s ultimate loyal family man
  • Jonathan Bernier, the finally ‘The Man’ in Toronto with the Maple Leafs

Pick up a copy at your local newsstand, buy any one of the eight regional covers from the THN store, digitally on the IPad or through Zinio, or subscribe at



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