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This Week in The Hockey News magazine: Sept. 16, 2013

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The Hockey News

This Week in The Hockey News: September 16, 2013

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- Amid a Motown mess, the city of Detroit looks to the soaring Wings for life.

- Why goal scoring has dropped four seasons straight (it’s not just goalie pads).

- If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it: Canada turns to their legendary 2004-05 world junior core to light up the international stage once again.

- Catching up with Jake Dowell and why his next summer will be life changing.

- Major Junior Preview: We’ve got all three CHL leagues covered including the season’s biggest storylines, players to look out for, and our predictions on how the standings will shake out.

- A look at the newest member of the NHL’s elite, Taylor Hall.

- Blake Geoffrion’s retirement plans.

- A pair of fantasy hockey rivals team up to help struggling diabetics in Cambodia.

- Weapon of Choice: Our 2013 Stick Buyer’s Guide will help you decide which stick is best to bully goalies with.

- In Overtime, Ryan Kennedy explains why the NHL has become too good for the Olympics

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