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This Week In The Hockey News magazine: Yearbook 2016-17

It's the 2016-17 edition of The Hockey News’ Yearbook, your essential guide to the upcoming NHL season. We've got in-depth breakdowns and predictions for all 30 teams, plus features on the game's biggest stars, including P.K. Subban, Joe Thornton, Connor McDavid and much more.
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The Hockey News

It's the 2016-17 edition of The Hockey News’ Yearbook, your essential guide to the upcoming NHL season. Inside you’ll find:

NHL TEAM REPORTS – The hunters are now the hunted as the Penguins get set to defend their crown. Your survival guide is here, packed with all you need for the 2016-17 season: outlooks, prospects, depth charts, stats, schedules and predictions for the Pens and the 29 teams stalking them.

STATS & SCHEDULE – 20 pages for the numbers nerds and calendar watchers in all of us.

Plus features on:

VICTOR HEDMAN – It took seven long years, but Hedman is now the standard for blueline behemoths.

P.K. SUBBAN – New team? No problem. It’s in his DNA to take the heat and adapt to change.

T.J. BRODIE – The man of so few words opens up about being the NHL’s most underrated player.

The THN TOP 50 – Crosby is king once again, but the challengers to his reign are primed and ready to usurp his crown.

BRENDAN GALLAGHER – Short on stature and big on guts, he’s gunning for glory with the Habs after a season to forget.

JOE THORNTON – The dude is so brutally honest and wacky even his agent brother thinks he’s a weirdo.

JACK EICHEL – He started out as a deer in headlights, but now he’s staring down the spotlight as a budding star.

And much more!

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