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This Week in The Hockey News magazine: March 24, 2014

The Hockey News

The Hockey News

In the March 24 edition of The Hockey News, it’s our Olympics Collector’s issue, with all the thrills and spills from the 2014 Games in Sochi, including…

• Mike Babcock’s ability to marshal a group of superstars into a team-only mentality to win gold

• Drew Doughty spearheads Canada’s gold rush with his dazzling rushes and lockdown defense

• Teemu Selanne goes out a winner in his international career with Finland

• Although the Americans failed to bring home a medal from Sochi, there’s still hope for glory as the future of USA hockey shines bright

• Shocking results at the Olympics are proving how much coaching matters

• Marie-Philip Poulin’s amazing performance made her a household name across Canada

• Sochi in Photos: 16 pages of the best pictures from the tournament

• Team reports highlighted by the health of Kris Letang, the Kings offensive woes and Victor Hedman’s breakout season

• Our prospect report looks at the early returns of the Niagara IceDogs rebuild

• In Beyond the Spotlight, we explore the sport of blind hockey and it’s growing popularity

• And much, much more

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