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This Week in The Hockey News magazine: August 17, 2015

It’s our second annual Lists Issue, with our countdowns in 32 categories, including our annual awards, the feel-good stories of the year, the arenas you have to visit before they’re gone, must-make rule changes, the 2016 draft rankings and a whole lot more.

It’s our second annual Lists Issue, with our countdowns in 32 categories, including our annual awards, the feel-good stories of the year, the arenas you have to visit before they’re gone, must-make rule changes, the 2016 draft rankings and a whole lot more. Also in the issue: Top Draft Duos - Connor McDavid and Jack Eichel will be special, but they have a lot of work to do to become the best 1-2 draft picks of all-time. The Metropolits - Two brothers. Same tough upbringing. One forged a career in pro hockey, the other a life of crime and prison NHL Expansion – Why the competitive chips must be stacked straight before the NHL spins the expansion wheel Grading the ‘New NHL’ - Ten years after the birth of the New NHL, which changes made the grade? Breaking down the summer’s biggest trade - Boston and Calgary: a tale of two cities headed in very different directions Prospect Report - Perpetual prospect Jacob Markstrom finally ready for full-time NHL duty in Vancouver The next Red Wave - Russia is making a lot of real-world enemies, but it has a friend again in the NHL draft Strange But True - ‘Fiery Phil’ had little patience for goalie Gump Worsley and his “beer-barrel belly” San Jose Revival - The Sharks looked sunk, but suddenly they have teeth again after a bold off-season

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