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This Week in The Hockey News magazine: June 2013

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In the June 2013 edition of THN...

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• It’s THN’s Awards Issue – from MVP to the wackiest of honors we’ve got you covered.

• Editor in chief Jason Kay reviews what might need to be done to fix faceoff fairness.

• We look at what big time minute munchers do to survive the grind of the NHL playoffs.

• Potential draft picks have the regular season, but also plenty of other opportunities to impress NHL scouts.

• Jim Nill has found just the fit he was looking for as the new GM of the Dallas Stars.

• A group of triplets are making a splash in a B.C. junior league.

• In New York, a Bronx arena project gets the backing of a former NHL superstar.

• Shot-blocking has long been held as the crown jewel of defensive achievements in the NHL, but is their reason to doubt its importance?

• We look at the success of Ottawa coach Paul MacLean and how he managed to lead a team without it’s three biggest stars to the playoffs.

• In Proteau Type, Adam looks at the payroll problems that will greet the 2013-2014 Vancouver Canucks and how it all could have been prevented.

• Chris Campoli fought tooth and nail to get players the best deal possible during the lockout and now he finds himself fighting to get back on an NHL roster.

• In Overtime, Ken Campbell takes a look at the revenue machine that is the NHL and how it is recovering from the lockout with all the Original Six teams making a return the playoffs.

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