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This Week in The Hockey News magazine: Feb. 18, 2013

The Hockey News

The Hockey News

In this week’s issue of The Hockey News…

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• The shortened season is underway and there’s no lack of storylines early on.

• A Cup-favorite for many, the Rangers have stumbled out of the gate. What can we expect from John Tortorella’s men in the weeks ahead?

• Meanwhile, two teams playing in the Rangers’ shadow – including last years Eastern Conference champions – have high hopes of their own. We check in with the hot-starting Devils and the promising Islanders.

• Why more and more retired NHL stars – like Hall of Famers like Joe Sakic, Cam Neely and Joe Nieuwendyk – now working as executives around the league.

• Fans are showing just how much they missed the game during the lockout by filling arenas around the league and tuning in in record numbers.

• Reports on all 30 teams with updated depth charts now that the season is underway.

• Adam Proteau sits down with league disciplinarian Brendan Shanahan to talk about getting players up to speed on recent rule changes and some challenges on the horizon.

• In Overtime, Ken Campbell dispels some myths about fan reaction to the lockout.

• In the wake of triumphing at the WJC, U.S. hockey is truly on the rise.

• Prospect reports on Sean Monahan and a few players who’ve been starring in the ECHL this season.

• Our 35th annual Summer Hockey School Guide gives you everything you need to know to find the right camp in your region.

• And much more.

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