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This Week: November 20

The Hockey News

The Hockey News

All this and more can be found in THN's latest issue. Pick up a copy at your local newsstand, buy it digitally, or subscribe at thehockeynews.com today!

In the Nov. 20 issue of The Hockey News:

• It’s our 60th anniversary special collector’s edition.

• Our cover story looks at the greatest game never played – a minute-by-minute look back at some of the greatest moments in hockey from the past 60 years.

• Who has appeared on the cover of THN the most? It’s no Great secret.

• Senior writer Mike Brophy reminisces about his 16 years with the publication.

• In Starting From 10, we countdown the top 10 NHL records that will never be broken.

• A retrospective of THN’s history by Hall of Fame reporter Stan Fischler.

• Web columnist Adam Proteau sets up a light-hearted multiple-choice test to see if you know your hockey history.

• Senior THN writer Ken Campbell picks the greatest team in NHL history.

• Memories of THN from former staffers who have gone on to bigger things.

• Two Minutes in the Box with Travis Zajac.

• Our Plus/Minus looks at the best and the worst of the hockey world.

• 30 NHL Team Reports: The top 10 players in each club’s history.

• Historical looks back at the AHL, ECHL, college, and junior hockey leagues.

All this and more can be found in THN's latest issue. Pick up a copy at your local newsstand, buy it digitally, or subscribe at thehockeynews.com today!

TOP HEADLINES

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Tage Thompson Ties NHL Record for Most Goals in a Period

Tage Thompson scored four goals in the first period against the Columbus Blue Jackets on Wednesday night. He set two Buffalo Sabres records in the process.

Alex Pietrangelo
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Golden Knights' Alex Pietrangelo Away from Team Indefinitely

Vegas Golden Knights defenseman Alex Pietrangelo will be away from the team indefinitely due to an illness in his family.

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Do the Seattle Kraken Continue to Push for the Playoffs?

The Seattle Kraken are second in the Pacific Division. Adam Proteau says the team can still sell assets for a long-term vision if they want.