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This Week in The Hockey News magazine: Stanley Cup/Season In Review 2013

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The Commemorative Stanley Cup 2013 Edition of THN…

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- Our 12 page Stanley Cup Blowout features how the once-moribund Blackhawks have risen to the top of the NHL, the standouts from each game of the final, as well as how the city of Boston came together for the Bruins playoff run in the aftermath of the tragic marathon bombings

- Inside Hockey gives our picks for GM and coach of the year, examines the upcoming Hall of Fame class, provides interesting facts you didn’t know about Lord Stanley’s Cup and more

- Looking back on the (shortened) season that was, our 20 defining moments of the year

- Revisiting ‘The Trade’ 25 years later with an oral history of the Gretzky deal

- The AHL’s Grand Rapids Griffins capturing their first Calder Cup and how it means Detroit’s future is bright once again

- Proteau Type examines the strong two-way play of Patrice Bergeron and Jonathan Toews and how much they really mean to their respective teams

- NHL team reports feature our an All-Prospect Team for all 30 clubs

- In Overtime, Ken Campbell says Stan Bowman deserves a lot of credit for re-tooling the champion Hawks

- Our 2013 Goalie Buyer’s Guide

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Mattias Samuelsson

Screen Shots: Jesse Puljujarvi, Buffalo Sabres, AHL Firebirds

Adam Proteau writes his thoughts on Jesse Puljujarvi, Buffalo's great offense and poor defense, and the sustainability in mind for Coachella Valley's new arena.

Tage Thompson

Bluelines: Enjoying the Salary Cap Era in the NHL

Stan Fischler writes about his thoughts on the salary cap, NHLers facing the pressure to perform, the highest goal-scoring rate in decades and more.

Giacomo Martino

NHL Draft Prospects to Watch at 2022 World Junior A Challenge

The World Junior A Challenge starts Dec. 11 and features intriguing players not at the World Junior Championship. Ian Kennedy examines some NHL draft prospects.