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29 Atlanta Thrashers Last year's worst team has a pair of young cornerstones to build upon
The best way to judge a fourth-year team that had the league's worst record is to look at the development of its young players. By that standard Atlanta found two ...
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After giving the club a bargain deal, winger Peter Bondra hopes the payoff will be the playoffs
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That's the sort of determination Waddell will needin building the Thrashers. "It's an unbelievable task to start ateam with a blank sheet of paper," ...
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Precocious 20-year-old center Patrik Stefan remembers when he wasa wide- eyed 10-year-old Czech lad and he first saw Jaromir Jagrplay for ...
28 Atlanta Thrashers A deadly car crash takes a heavy toll on a club just starting to show signs of progress
Odd as it seems to discuss the Thrashers' prospects in the wake of the Sept. ... ( page 20), the fact is that Heatley, 22, is by far Atlanta's best player.
A Sadness In Atlanta Dan Snyder's tragic death casts a long shadow over the Thrashers' season
On Sept. 29 the Atlanta Thrashers, a team brimming with young talent, were confident that their season opener would be the first stop on the road to the ...
Playing In Pain Four months after he crashed his car and a teammate died, Dany Heatley returned to the Atlanta Thrashers. Hockey is a refuge, but things are complicated
The 23-year-old Thrashers forward played for the first time this ... iron fence in Atlanta, leaving him with a broken jaw and a shredded knee and ...
Cleaning House With new owners on the way, the Atlanta Hawks have sacrificed the season to build for the future
Why would anyone want to buy the Atlanta Hawks? ... of the Hawks, the NHL Atlanta Thrashers and Philips Arena from Time Warner this month.
Confessions of an Agent
This man says he paid thousands of dollars to dozens of college football players. Whatever they needed—a concert ticket, a free trip, a meal—he gave them, all in violation of NCAA rules. Now he says he wants to come clean about his two decades inside the dirtiest business in sports