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This Week in The Hockey News magazine: August 2013

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The August Edition of THN…

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- “Summer Shakeup”: we take a look at all the shocking moves this off-season, including the winners and losers from free agency, Alfie’s departure to Motown, the Senators acquisition of Bobby Ryan and more

- Inside Hockey includes personal words from Brendan Shanahan on what it means to get the call to the Hall of Fame, a look back on the indelible legacy of respected player agent Don Baizley, a wonderful story of perseverance from a 14-year-old netminder and more

- The 2013 Draft Report grades each teams’ performance, while also looking at a couple of draft day droppers and the revitalized Blue Jackets

- The Avalanche pick of MacKinnon signals a turnaround in Denver that will finally make them relevant again

- Proteau Type examines the change in Big D that new GM Jim Nill has brought from Detroit

- NHL team reports feature one new player to watch from each of the 30 teams

- In Overtime, Ken Campbell says Roberto Luongo needs make the most of a “sucky” situation in Vancouver

- Plus, the 2013 Skate Buyer’s Guide

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