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This Week in The Hockey News magazine: March 7, 2016

It’s our Trade Deadline Preview, featuring the lowdown on what every team wants and who’s for sale until Feb. 29. Plus, say hello to Jamie Benn, the NHL's secret superstar.

It’s our Trade Deadline Preview, featuring the lowdown on what every team wants and who’s for sale until Feb. 29. Also in the issue: Big Benn – Dallas’ quiet star won’t talk about it and may not even know it, but he’s morphed into the NHL’s top power forward. And to think he almost chose baseball The AHL Turns 80 - Eight grand tales, from melees to milestones, ring in storied circuit’s birthday Family Matters - With a special needs child to raise, trades have been tough on the LaBarberas You’ve Been Traded - Players recount the jaw-dropping experience of being dealt in this oral history Trade Deadline Rewind – We look back at the winner and losers from the biggest deals from 5, 10, 15, 20 and 25 years ago Jones for Johansen - One player’s shock was the other’s relief when they were swapped for each other The Travellin’ Man - Meet the adventurer determined to stamp his hockey passport on all continents And much, much more

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