This Week in The Hockey News, Oct. 28 edition...
- Ryan Kennedy examines the emergence of Jason Spezza as the new and undisputed leader of the Senators.
- Youthful spokesman or grizzled veteran? What does it take to be a captain in the NHL and just how old are these men who don the ‘C’?
- We take a look at the new rules in the NHL this season, including hybrid icing, mandatory visors, shallower nets and the jersey police.
- Why Columbus is poised to break out of its loser identity and become a perennial playoff contender.
- Second chance: Former Jets and Coyotes prospect Brett MacLean finds a way to stay involved in hockey after nearly losing his life.
- Golden Gary: In Overtime, Ken Campbell discovers that Gary Bettman has done a masterful job finding new owners for money-losing franchises.
- And much more.