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Zach Parise is a key piece to the Devils future. (photo property of Wikipedia)

Zach Parise Could Make the Pittsburgh Penguins Unstoppable in 2012-13

Over the draft weekend, multiple reports surfaced that the Pittsburgh Penguins were going to pursue star free agent Zach Parise come July 1. TSN’s Bob McKenzie and Rob Rossi of […]

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Staal trade benefits both Hurricanes, Penguins

Jordan Staal woke up on Friday as both a bachelor and a member of the Pittsburgh Penguins. By night’s end, he would be neither. Staal took the ultimate plunge that […]

by · June 23, 2012 · Comments are Disabled · Carolina Hurricanes, Pittsburgh Penguins
Staal Trade Rumors Persist Despite Shero’s Assurances

Staal Trade Rumors Persist Despite Shero’s Assurances

Pittsburgh’s Evgeni Malkin won his first Hart Trophy as NHL MVP Wednesday night. He joined Mario Lemieux, Jaromir Jagr and Sidney Crosby as the four Penguins to have won the […]

by · June 21, 2012 · Comments are Disabled · NHL Rumors, Pittsburgh Penguins, Trades Contracts and Transactions
2007 NHL Entry Draft: Was it the Gift or the Curse?

2007 NHL Entry Draft: Was it the Gift or the Curse?

It has been five years since the 2007 NHL Entry Draft took place at the Nationwide Arena in Columbus, Ohio, hosted by the Blue Jackets.  The depth of talent that […]

THW 2012 Mock Draft- Round 1

THW 2012 Mock Draft- Round 1

With the draft fast approaching writers here at THW are getting into draft mode. Our writers are acting as GMs of the teams they cover throughout the season. 1. Edmonton […]

Nail Yakupov: explosive for Russia at 2012 World Juniors {Alyonka Larionov Photography}

2012 NHL Entry Draft Guide – The Next Ones

Consider this your live home page for information for the 2012 NHL entry draft. Bookmark and check back often as it will be constantly updated leading up to hockey’s version of Christmas. THW’s 2012 […]

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What’s So Wrong With Being on the Bandwagon?

As I was walking around the Prudential Center concourse before Game 5 between the Kings and Devils with my black #32 Jonathan Quick jersey on, one word rang clear over […]

A prospective players' league would likely need to offer star players, like Sidney Crosby, NHL-competitive money. (Jeanine Leech/ Icon SMI)

Why Sidney Crosby Will Have a Career Year in 2012-13

Since he entered the NHL in 2005, Sidney Crosby has put together a resume that most NHL players would love to have at the end of their career. In his […]

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What Does Vokoun Trade Mean for Pittsburgh and Fleury?

Tomas Vokoun was signed to a two-year deal worth an average of $2 million annually to provide Penguins management and coaches with options.

Vokoun was traded to the Penguins for a 7th round pick (Tom Turk / THW)

Tomas Vokoun Traded to the Penguins, Signs Two-Year Contract

Tomas Vokoun had made it clear that he would not be returning to the Washingon Capitals next year, so it was really only a matter of time before he was […]

by · June 4, 2012 · Comments are Disabled · News/Commentary, Pittsburgh Penguins, Washington Capitals
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Stanley Cup Playoff Hockey Vs. Regular Season Hockey

The Stanley Cup Finals are being played by the two lowest combined seeds in NHL history. Whoever wins will be the lowest seeded team to ever bring home the Stanley […]

Hockey Handshake Etiquette: Then and Now

Hockey Handshake Etiquette: Then and Now

When you really look at it, the NHL is its own little weird universe. The playoffs have enough customs and traditions to make up a whole new cultural experience in […]