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more goals to come

NOEMIE MARIN CHUCKLES as she laments her lack of jewelry. It’s not that she doesn’t have any from her playing days. She most certainly does. Four Clarkson Cup rings to be exact, making Marin the only player other than the recently retired Caroline Ouellette to win four CWHL crowns. But it’s what she doesn’t have that bothers her. “I wanted to have one full hand, obviously,” she laughed. “I wish I could’ve had a big high-five in the air.” The truth is there isn’t much else Marin, 34, could’ve accomplished during her decade-long CWHL career, one that came to a close in mid-September when she retired. Her resume is impeccable. Across her 200-plus game CWHL lifespan, all of which was spent in Montreal with the Stars and Les Canadiennes, she amassed…

17 Min
sharks land the meg

“IS THIS REAL?" That's the first of many texts blowing up Joe Pavelski’s phone the second he exits the rink on Day 1 of the San Jose Sharks’ training camp in mid-September. Apparently something happened while he was on the ice. Something big. “I don’t really know,” Pavelski replies to his buddy from home. Pavelski, the Sharks’ captain, is typically the first player on San Jose to catch wind of any major news, but even he can’t say for sure if his team just acquired Erik friggin’ Karlsson. After all, it’s been an off-season full of #fakenews when it comes to Karlsson trade talk, with his ticket practically booked for Dallas and Tampa Bay at different junctures. Still, Pavelski’s been sensing a monster move all summer. He knows the Sharks and their GM,…

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2 Min
rapid fire

Who did you look up to as a young player? I was actually a center until I was 12 or 13, so Peter Forsberg was my big one. When I turned into a defenseman at 14, I started looking up to Nicklas Lidstrom. I don’t think there’s a better role model. He had so many awards. He was just unbelievable. Who was your favorite team growing up? It was probably the Colorado Avalanche, going back to Forsberg and the Swedes who played over here. It was Colorado and Detroit. The Red Wings got the most coverage back home because they had a lot of Swedes. Why do you wear No. 77? I wore No. 7 back home in Farjestad, but obviously it’s pretty tough to get No. 7 in Edmonton with Paul Coffey’s number on…

15 Min
the road to recovery

THIS WAS THE game the Humboldt Broncos played after the spotlight dimmed and the television crews left. For the second time in five months, the Broncos had occupied front and center in the 24-hour news cycle, then were pushed back for the next big thing. Time to focus on other pressing matters, such as Steve Yzerman abruptly resigning as Tampa Bay Lightning GM, the Dallas Stars re-signing Tyler Seguin to a massive deal and the Ottawa Senators trading the greatest player they’ve ever known. This game was in Nipawin, Sask., and if that sounds familiar, there’s a reason why. Nipawin is where the Broncos were headed the afternoon of April 6, 2018, when, en route to a playoff game, their bus collided with a transport truck just 17 miles from…

2 Min
we’ve pressed the refresh button

Dear readers, Relaunching a website in 90 days is a little like going to the dentist. You do it because you feel you have to. That’s the position we found ourselves in this summer, when we opted to trade up for a new and improved version of TheHockeyNews.com. It was a huge undertaking, but one I felt we had to prioritize based on the feedback I received from The Hockey News’ staff and other users. It was long overdue. It was important to us to enter the new hockey season with a fresh vibe, and we pushed the reset button on our new site on Oct. 1. In addition to a streamlined, modern look and a better user experience, we’ve added a few other bells and whistles. For starters, you’ll find episodes of…