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Scouting The Final Four
SI asked major league scouts who closely followed the Division Series to analyze the four teams in the League Championship Series. The scouts were promised anonymity in exchange for their candor. Here's what they revealed. (Players listed with 2002 regular-season stats.)
Out of the Ashes?
A move to Canada is the best way to fix the NHL's Phoenix disaster
10 Carolina Hurricanes
Since the day in March '91 when Ron Francis was traded fromHartford to Pittsburgh, the star-crossed franchise has movedfrom Connecticut to North Carolina.
PHOENIX Coyotes. LAST SEASON 38-37-7, 12th in West. KEY ADDITIONS LW Todd Fedoruk, C Olli Jokinen, D Kurt Sauer. KEY LOSSES
14 New York Rangers Another off-season spending spree, but this time they bought the right stuff
Bobby Holik is no dummy. In nine seasons with New Jersey the6'4", 235-pound center developed a reputation as a deep thinkerwho led ...
11 Carolina Hurricanes The surprise Cup finalists return intact, ready to prove last year was no fluke
Shortly after the Hurricanes' improbable postseason run had endedlast spring, G.M. Jim Rutherford approached defenseman BretHedican, ...
Q&A Larry Csonka
The NFL Hall of Fame running back, 58, is the host of OLN's Hunting for the Holidays, which premieres on Dec. 1
Comeback Kid George O'Leary has turned around the program at Central Florida , putting the résumé fiasco at Notre Dame behind him ...
Cold Comfort With the on-ice presence of immortals generating warmth, the NHL's venture into the great outdoors made for the hottest ticket in Edmonton
the Phoenix Coyotes' managing partner, who last played for the. Oilers in the 1987-88 season, for once made an exception and put on the ...
Who's Hot/Who's Not
WHO'S HOT Bears Tackle Fred Miller played with a broken jaw (smashed in a fight with teammate Olin Kreutz), CB Nate Vasher picked off two ...