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The Shifts that Changed the Game: The Defection

In 1989, a fresh-faced Russian named Alexander Mogilny rewrote the NHL as we now know it.

What Scouts Said About the 1987 Draft Class

Taking a look at the scouting reports for the top 21 prospects in 1987, wherein Glen Wesley was tough, but apparently he was no Wayne McBean. A friendly reminder that some parts of these evaluations are absolutely, utterly meaningless.

The myth of goon ice-time

A statistical analysis that outlines how much ice-time NHL goons receive when games are on the line.

Jets Individual Performances Compared to Last Year

Comparing Jets individual point totals to last year.

Defining Moments: The day my dreams died

The story of a boy, his dad and the most memorable hockey game they would attend.

A timeline in assessing player talent

How long until we can say with certainty that a player has reached his athletic ceiling?

The shifts that changed the game: The Butterfly

Looking at butterfly goaltending's history and it's impact on the modern and historical game. And I don't even gush about Patrick Roy!

The shifts that changed the game: The curved blade

Taking a look at some of the innovations that changed the game - this time around, Bobby Hull and Stan Mikita's curve, which altered things more than you may think.

Evander Kane's Historical Comparables

Evander Kane's Historical Comparables: Kessel, Perry, Frolik and Lanny McDonald

Interview: College Hockey Inc's Paul Kelly

With Clarkson taking on the University of North Dakota over the weekend, we sat down with Paul Kelly and asked him a few questions pertaining to college hockey.

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