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2014 Season Commemorative

2014 Season Commemorative

The Hockey News has been providing the most comprehensive coverage of the world of hockey since 1947. In each issue, you'll find news, features and opinions about the NHL and leagues across North America and the world.

FEATURES

Looking back on a magical 2013-14 season

1 TOMAS HERTL’S FOUR GOALS VS. NEW YORK OCT. 8, 2013 In just his third NHL game, the rookie Tomas Hertl put up his statement performance with four goals in 11 minutes of playing time against the Rangers. Hertl’s final goal was a breakaway between-the-legs instant classic that drew gushing reviews from most of the hockey world and the occasional dissenter, such as then-Washington coach Adam Oates, who said the move was disrespectful. Nonetheless, Hertl became a frontrunner for the Calder Trophy from that game until mid-December, when he required knee surgery after being hit by L.A.’s Dustin Brown. Marty Biron, the goaltender who gave up Hertl’s famous goal, would play just one more NHL game before retiring. 2.T.J. OSHIE’S SHOOTOUT HEROICS VS. RUSSIA FEB. 15, 2014 It was the most anticipated matchup of the…

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Follow The LEADER

THE LEGEND OF JUSTIN WILLIAMS keeps growing. With two points in the Kings’ Game 7 victory over the Blackhawks, Williams passed Doug Gilmour for most career Game 7 points, earning the moniker ‘Mr. Game 7.’ In the seven Game 7s he’s played, his teams have never lost. He is currently tied with Glenn Anderson for most Game 7 goals (7). 1. JUSTIN WILLIAMS 14 2. DOUG GILMOUR 13 3. WAYNE GRETZKY 12 4. TREVOR LINDEN 12 5. MARK MESSIER 11…

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GAME FIVE

JUNE 13, 2014 HE DOES NOTHING SPECTACULARLY, but he does everything well. He raises his game at the most crucial times, and his ability to make clutch plays is uncanny. He’s a proven winner and, with his performance in 2014, he has ensured his spot alongside Hall of Fame players and his place in history. We’re talking, of course, about Justin Williams, the club champion at the 106-year-old Whitemarsh Valley Country Club in Lafayette Hill, Pa. Took the title last summer, he did. And since it was match play, in which his opponents had to look him dead in the eye, of course they never stood a chance. As the champion, his name will forever be on the trophy that graces the clubhouse, alongside that of Chuck Bednarik, who is in the…

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Behind THE MASK

CAM TALBOT | NEW YORK RANGERS If you grew up in the ’80s, Talbot’s mask by Dave Gunnarsson will tickle you pink. It maintains a Ghostbusters theme, complete with the creepy library ghost, Zuul and a possessed Statue of Liberty. Why the Ghostbusters II logo with characters from the first film? It’s Talbot’s second mask with this theme.…