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This Week in The Hockey News magazine: January 25, 2016

It's THN's annual Money and Power Issue, featuring our highly anticipated 100 People Of Power And Influence List. Also, features on Steven Stamkos and why he tops the list, why it's time for the Jets to open the purse strings, how a new technology is looking to curb concussions, and a look back at the cult classic movie, Sudden Death, 20 years after its release.

It's THN's annual Money and Power Issue, featuring our highly anticipated 100 People Of Power And Influence List. Also, features on... A Stamkos Power Play – Never before has a superstar of Stammer’s ilk been poised to hit the UFA market so young What’s Next, Mr. Holland? – Wings GM Ken Holland was the instigator behind 3-on-3 OT – and a bunch of other innovations The King Of Growth – AHL president Dave Andrews has his league succeeding like never before The Headline Maker – Patrick Kane was in the new for all the wrong reasons this summer, but this season has been all right Putting The Heart in Hartley – Flames coach is a workhorse whose blue-collar background sets the tone for his approach The Making of Sudden Death – It’s been 20 years since Van Damme battled an evil mascot and saved Pittsburgh’s Igloo from doom Collaring Concussions – A new wearable device has designs on reducing brain injuries by slowing the flow of blood out of the head Money Do's & Don'ts – An advisor to NHL stars lays out how to keep those big bucks once you've earned them Unintended Consequences – Will shrinking goalie equipment really increase scoring? The stats say it's no sure thing NHL Team Reports – Why it's time for the Jets to open the purse strings, plus features on David Krejci, Ryan Johansen, Jared Spurgeon, Barret Jackman, Martin Jones and Evgeny Kuznetsov. Also, the Free Agent To Watch for all 30 teams In Defense Of His Defense – It's time we crowned Erik Karlsson as a generational talent, explains Matt Larkin Change Is Coming – As the industry takes aim at concussion reduction and ex-players battle the NHL, expect gains on safer brains, says Editor In Chief Jason Kay Falling Leafs – Toronto no longer tops Forbes list of franchise values. Who's the new No. 1? What the...? – Our top 10 biggest surprises from the 2015 part of 2015-16 Prospect Report – Why Mississauga and it's plethora of prospects are the team to watch for years to come. Also, features on the beast that is Julien Gauthier and Duncan Keith in the making, Slater Koekkoek. Agents To The Rescue – THN prospect guru Ryan Kennedy explains why player agents are the ones who should be behind junior players' union Strange But True – Harry Torgerson was a part-time hockey player who went away to serve his country in war and came back a game-changer Backchecking – We catch up with Rick Vaive, who was a shooting star for the Maple Leafs and their captain at just age 22 Overtime – Ken Campbell details why the early retirement of Curtis Glencross should be a cautionary tale of chasing money after it's already been lost

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