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This Week in The Hockey News magazine: May 26, 2014

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The Hockey News

The Hockey News presents it’s first List Issue. In addition to our annual NHL awards, we take a look at the year that was by examining every facet of the game, including top goalie masks, most controversial moments, worst jerseys and much more.

The issue also features…

- The return of our Franchise Rankings, featuring a 10-point criteria, and how Chicago has gone from worst-to-first in all aspects in the past decade

- Matt Larkin checks in on five-time Stanley Cup champion Grant Fuhr to talk about his upcoming autobiography that leaves no stone unturned

- Adam Proteau explains why it may be for the best if Alex Ovechkin and the Capitals part ways

- Ryan Kennedy goes one-on-one with the voice that is synonymous with hockey, Bob Cole. The 80-year-old discusses his thirst for playoff hockey and whether or not he plans to leave the broadcast booth

- Ronnie Shuker attempts to be the savior of the masses, as he lists his hockey “fan faux pas”

- Our annual visor survey…is shield use on the rise?

- In Prospect Reports: Nick Ritchie and Brayden Point are sure to make the teams that draft them happy in the long run

- People though Punch Imlach was mad when he said his 1958-59 Maple Leafs would make the playoffs. Stan Fischler explains why in his Strange But True column

- As London gets set to host the Memorial Cup again, we look back at the best one of the best junior teams of all-time: the 2004-05 Knights

- Ken Campbell lists off the best five games he’s seen live during his long career as a writer (and fan)

Pick up a copy at your local newsstand, buy it from the THN store, digitally on the IPad or through Zinio, or subscribe at thehockeynews.com

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