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This Week in The Hockey News magazine: March 4, 2013

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In this week’s issue of The Hockey News…

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• The Kane's of the NHL, Evander and Patrick, are no strangers to controversy, but don't tell them to change.

• With suspended goalie Tim Thomas shipped to Long Island, the No. 1 spot in Boston undisputedly belongs to Tuukka Rask.

• Doctors clear Roman Cervenka for play and the Flames look for the free agent import to emulate his KHL success.

• Has the NHL seen it's last dynasty? Defending champion L.A. Kings look to repeat with the odds and the Collective Bargaining Agreement stacked against them.

• The 'C' now on his sweater, Claude Giroux is ready to lead the Flyers thanks to the tutelage of NHL vets.

• From captain on the ice to officer in the field, Biff McNally and other pro-hockey players juggle their hockey and military careers.

• With Ovechkin fading, Adam Proteau examines who's next in line to challenge Sid's throne.

• Reports on all 30 teams with depth charts.

• Adam Proteau sits down with Calgary Flames assistant GM and former Orlando Magic GM, John Weisbrod.

• In Overtime, Ken Campbell warns the Habs of keeping all-star defenseman P.K. Subban on a short leash.

• Prospect Reports on Rasmus Ristolainen, Rocco Grimaldi and more.

• And much more.

TOP HEADLINES

Tage Thompson
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Tage Thompson Ties NHL Record for Most Goals in a Period

Tage Thompson scored four goals in the first period against the Columbus Blue Jackets on Wednesday night. He set two Buffalo Sabres records in the process.

Alex Pietrangelo
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Golden Knights' Alex Pietrangelo Away from Team Indefinitely

Vegas Golden Knights defenseman Alex Pietrangelo will be away from the team indefinitely due to an illness in his family.

Jared McCann
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Do the Seattle Kraken Continue to Push for the Playoffs?

The Seattle Kraken are second in the Pacific Division. Adam Proteau says the team can still sell assets for a long-term vision if they want.