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Wild Sign Kaprizov to Five-Year Contract

Nashville Predators goaltender Juuse Saros (74). (Mark Humphrey/AP)

One question for each team

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32 Thoughts

Duncan Keith. (Kamil Krzaczynski/AP)

Oilers Training Camp Preview

Montreal Canadiens forward Jonathan Drouin celebrates his goal against the Vancouver Canucks. (Darryl Dyck/CP)

Drouin’s comeback from anxiety

Bastards! All of them! Game seven my arse.

How will the Bruins replace David Krejci?

The choice of HockeyChat bon vivant, Woody C: Al Murray. The Landlord. The Squire.

HockeyChat.ca’s Election Special

Randy Mamola

Motorbike fun, and an old Ontario folly

Crosby hopes Ovechkin breaks Gretzky’s goals record

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10 Players Who Died During Their Careers

Ooh ooh Jackie. Jackie Blue.

Eichel to report for Sabres’ physical

Grab your gin and tonic, and let's go!

Habs’ decision to draft Mailloux remains baffling

Veteran defenceman Zdeno Chara is returning to the Islanders on a one-year contract, the team that drafted him in 1996. PHOTO BY SCOTT TAETSCH /USA TODAY Sports / Files

Chara returns to Islanders two decades later

Nathan MacKinnon of the Colorado Avalanche will be a big part of Team Canada at the Olympics. PHOTO BY ETHAN MILLER /Getty Images

Canada’s Olympic team has a strength at centre

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Marner Running Out of Leash with Leafs Fans

San Jose Sharks star Evander Kane. (Marcio Jose Dirty Sanchez/AP)

Kane … arsehole … gambling problems

Even if God in Heaven above comes down and points his hand at  the Sabres side of the ice. Even if every man, woman and child held hands together and prayed for Buffalo to win, it just wouldn't matter, because all the really good looking girls would still go out with the guys from Toronto 'cause they've got all the money!

Should the Knights Make a Pitch For Eichel?

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Rielly Could Price Himself Out of Toronto

Kellog's CoCo Pops.

Leafs, Sabres to clash outdoors in Hamilton

Tom Wilson; team photo day. Early January.

One on one with Brendan Shanahan

What to expect from the Leafs in 2021-22

CHAT is back! Talk shyte here.

Remembering Hawerchuk's legendary career
Hockey Hall of Famer Dale Hawerchuk has died at the age of 57. A native of Toronto, Hawerchuk had experienced a recurrence of cancer in recent weeks. A five-time All-Star, Hawerchuk appeared in 1,188 games over 16 seasons with the Jets, Sabres, Blues and Flyers. Michael Farber has more on his legendary career in this essay.

Humble Hawerchuk remembered as a resilient competitor

Take a look back and the life and accomplishments of Hockey Hall of Famer Dale Hawerchuk, who played 16 seasons in the NHL, won the Calder Trophy, and was part of two Canada Cup Championships.

Dale Hawerchuk’s quiet brilliance made Winnipeg, and Canada, a winner

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Remembering Dale Hawerchuk: ‘A Humble Superstar’

The Hall of Famer, who died at the age of 57 on Tuesday, is remembered fondly for his immense talent and even larger sense of humility.

One of my all timers, and a seemingly great guy. Was in tears when I heard this, and so regret no longer having the Dale Hawerchuk Sunday Feature.

Winnipeg Jets star Dale Hawerchuk dead of cancer at 57

Hawerchuk was Hockey Hall of Famer, coach of Ontario Hockey League’s Barrie Colts

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Sunday Feature – Classics – Michel Briere

Hockey card from Denis's last year with the Chiefs, just before he hit the big time.

Lettres de Denis. Encore.

From the files of HockeyNewsChat

Denis talks to Marc Bergevin

Letters de Denis

Without a doubt, the greatest of them all

SundayFeature! Redux! Again! Encore!

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It’s Alive!

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