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Josh Morrissey was one of the top puckmoving defenseman available for the 2013 NHL draft. [photo: David Chan]

Josh Morrissey: The Next Ones NHL Draft Profile

Josh Morrissey THW Close-Up: (Full name: Joshua T. Morrissey; aka J.T. and Josh Morrissey) Date of birth: 1995-Mar-28 Place of birth:  Calgary, AB Ht: 6’0  Wt: 185 lbs Shoots: Left Position: Defenseman NHL […]

by · June 24, 2013 · Comments are Disabled · NHL Entry Draft, WHL
Griffin Reinhart (Lisa McRitchie/Kuklas Korner)

Griffin Reinhart – The Next Ones: 2012 NHL Draft Prospect Profile

Griffin Reinhart THW Close-Up: Date of Birth: 1/24/1994 Place of Birth: West Vancouver, B.C. Ht: 6’4” Wt: 202 lbs Shoots: Left Position: Defense NHL Draft Eligibility: 2012 Bloodlines are strange […]

by · March 6, 2012 · Comments are Disabled · CHL, National Juniors, Player Profiles, Prospects
Miracle on Ice! (photo by Wikipedia)

The Power of Twenty

If you want twenty ounces of coffee, barristas at Starbucks will hand you a cup bearing the pidgin Italian moniker, Venti . Want to dial Egypt? Hit two-oh for their international dial code. In sports, twenty has graced the backs of a number of Hall of Famers, causing ten MLB teams, two NFL teams, the Portland Trailblazers and the Los Angeles Kings*** to retire the number. In other corners of the NHL, one name is associated with the number twenty: Suter.

Do You Still Believe in Miracles? – A Review of Wayne Coffey’s The Boys of Winter

Do You Still Believe in Miracles? – A Review of Wayne Coffey’s The Boys of Winter

The Boys of Winter: The Untold Story of a Coach, a Dream, and the 1980 U.S. Olympic Hockey Team.  By Wayne Coffey.  (2005, New York: Three Rivers Press. Softcover. Pp. […]

Jonathon Quick {Photo: BridgetDS - Flickr}

From Gretzky’s Office: Random Hockey Facts

Christopher Ralph is THW’s prospect and draft analyst (Explore THW’s new Prospects Guide page). Like many sports and hockey fans, players and writers, I am a sucker for completely random […]

by · March 15, 2011 · Comments are Disabled · Hockey History, New York Islanders, Pittsburgh Penguins