menu
close
search
EXPLOREMY LIBRARYMAGAZINES
CATEGORIES
FEATURED
EXPLOREMY LIBRARY
searchclose
shopping_cart_outlined
exit_to_app
category_outlined / Sports
The Hockey NewsThe Hockey News

The Hockey News January 2, 2018 - World Juniors 2018

The Hockey News has been providing the most comprehensive coverage of the world of hockey since 1947. THN is published 18 times a year, including 14 regular issues and four special issues – such as Future Watch, Draft Preview, Yearbook, the #1 selling hockey annual in North America.

Country:
Canada
Language:
English
Publisher:
Roustan Media Ltd.
Read Morekeyboard_arrow_down
SUBSCRIBE
$22.74
17 Issues

IN THIS ISSUE

access_time3 min.
olympic torch to juniors?

DRUTHERS, IT IS COMMONLY accepted, is derived from ’drather, a term coined in the 19th century as slang for “would rather.” Now you know. We also know that given them, we’d be watching NHL players at the Olympics now and forever more-eth. Unfortunately, that’s not happening in 2018, and possibly 2022. During the failed discussions to keep Olympic hockey a best-on-best event, the IOC stated that if the NHL didn’t participate in Pyeongchang, it wouldn’t be invited to Beijing. They’re taking their pots of gold and going home.We’ll learn in the next few years whether that was a bluff. The NHL is eager to grow its global footprint, as evidenced by renewed forays into Europe and China this season. If there’s enough belief among team owners that showcasing hockey’s best…

access_time1 min.
your say

Jon, then SeanThis one’s a no-brainer: Sean Avery should be the next guest editor of THN. He’d be perfect, and the issue would be sure to create a buzz and excitement. Considering his off-the-ice interests and candidness, he’d be sure to include some interesting pieces in the issue, be it sports, fashion or frank exposes on the game. His past internship at Vogue also gives him some first-hand experience into an editor’s job and what goes into making an issue. There shouldn’t be any hesitation or concern over his “reputation,” as that was only an on-ice routine. I’m sure he’d be focused on the work in the office. This would be right up his alley and would be a hot ticket for THN. Get it done!VAUGHAN BYRNES, KINGSTON, ONT.Missing MartinI…

access_time2 min.
soapbox

JAROMIR JAGRI would give Brendan Gallagher a body six times bigger to match his heart and work ethic. Then watch him tear the league to pieces.– Nicholas Chase EnmanI’d give the Islanders the Coliseum.– @mikeybasileI would give the gift of an alarm clock and a business suit to Evander Kane with a card saying it’s from Dustin Byfuglien.– James ArthurA new division for the Caps, so they don’t have to play the Penguins in the playoffs.– @ShorthandedNewsTo the players …fiiive Olympic riiings…– @TerryJosephsonI would give the Flyers Sergei Bobrovsky, but they would just give him away.– Mathew CalveraseThe Hurricanes back to Hartford.– @eyezeezeeohThe Kings still need more offense, so it’s time for a Hanukkah gift in lieu of a Christmas gift. Instead of one goal, it’s a miracle and the…

access_time1 min.
thn poll

38% NIKITA KUCHEROV46% STEVEN STAMKOS16% JOHNNY GAUDREAUFacebook.com/TheHockeyNews ■…

access_time4 min.
put skates on houston?

IF IT WEREN’T FOR a series of events that conspired to keep it out of the NHL 40 years ago, we wouldn’t even be talking about Houston as a suitable market for expansion or relocation, because it would have already been in the league, 14 years before the Dallas Stars arrived in Texas.It’s a long and convoluted story but, basically, when the NHL merged with the World Hockey Association in 1979, the Houston Aeros were frozen out of the process. The three Canadian teams – the Edmonton Oilers, Winnipeg Jets and Quebec Nordiques – were shoo-ins. The NHL only wanted four teams, which left the Hartford Whalers and the Aeros as the two remaining candidates. Failure to that point in Sun Belt cities Oakland and Atlanta had the NHL skittish,…

access_time1 min.
pro hockey in houston

1946-47HOUSTON SKIPPERS (USHL)> 14-32-141947-1949HOUSTON HUSKIES (USHL)> 53-69-10> 1948 Paul W. Loudon Trophy champion1965-1969HOUSTON APOLLOS (CHL)> 121-117-441972-1978HOUSTON AEROS (WHA)> 285-170-19> 1974 Avco Cup champion> 1975 Avco Cup champion1979-1981HOUSTON APOLLOS (CHL)> 44-51-181994-2001HOUSTON AEROS (IHL)> 301-208-64> 1999 Turner Cup Champion2001-2013HOUSTON AEROS (AHL)> 469-351-132> 2003 Calder Cup champion ■…

help