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This Week in The Hockey News magazine: November 3, 2014

In the Nov. 3 edition of The Hockey News – and just in time for Halloween – it’s our Fear Issue, covering everything chilling about the world hockey. Whether it’s the super-skilled (Crosby, Weber) or the truly scary (Chara, McGrattan), we’ve got frightening features from top to bottom, including… - The NHL’s Scariest: Towering Zdeno Chara headlines the game’s most fearsome forces. Which shooter, hitter, building, referee, deker, fighter and goalie make players shudder most? - Fear Of Failure: Even the best can feel crippled by pressure - Fear Of Flying: For the sky-squeamish, road trips are hell - The Crazy Game: Click Malarchuk’s tale of sliced jugulars, whiskey and pills - J-P Parise: Zach’s famous father stares death in the face - The Broad Street Bullies: remembering hockey’s greatest intimidators - The Death Of Iron-Fist Coaches: Terror no longer works as a tactic - Proteau Type: Grim predictions the NHL should avoid - Overtime: Enforcers aren’t yet down for the count - All this plus features on Ryan Kesler, Ted Nolan, Cam Ward, Matt Cooke, Manny Malhotra, Kimmo Timonen, David Clarkson, prospects Sven Baertschi and Ryan Pilon and the Strange But True tale of Frank ‘Ulcers’ McCool

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