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This week in THN: Sept. 10, 2012

The Hockey News

The Hockey News

In the Sept. 10, 2012 issue of The Hockey News:

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• In his editor’s notebook, Jason Kay writes why we didn’t pick the most solid team on paper to win its conference.

• The THN Inbox shares the best letters to the editor and features Ask Adam.

• Inside Hockey looks at the labor war, plus-minus shares the best and worst of the hockey world, and more.

• Talking to those involved, we look back at the Canada-Russia Summit Series from 40 years ago.

• In our cover story, Ken Campbell analyzes the arrival of Rick Nash in New York and what it means to the Rangers’ Stanley Cup aspirations.

• In Proteau Type, Adam Proteau writes that Philadelphia needs consistency.

• In Beyond the Spotlight, Eric Zweig writes about the first pro hockey games in California, featuring the Stanley Cup champion Seattle Metropolitans and Montreal Canadiens.

• NHL team reports feature depth charts for all 30 teams and notes from around the league.

• Prospect Report looks at Patrick Sieloff, Alexander Khokhlachev and Jack Campbell.

• Backchecking catches up with former NHLer Andrew Cassels.

• Last Minute of Play features Larry Humber’s crossword puzzle, Jersey Hound and more.

• And in Overtime, Ken Campbell writes that the new owners of the Maple Leafs won’t necessarily bring change to the standard of the on-ice product.

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