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  1. Three (Future) Star Selection: Quebec Remparts

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Size:  3.1 KBIn this edition of Three (Future) Star Selection, we’ll look at the Quebec Remparts of the QMJHL. Known as one of the most popular franchises in the CHL, the Remparts consistently ice a talented team and have produced notable, current NHL players such as current Simon Gagne, Antoine Vermette and Mike Riberio along with Hall of Fame members Michel Goulet and Guy Lafleur. Playing in front of crowds in excess of 11,000 on a regular basis, the Remparts are also a major draw ...
  2. Three (Future) Star Selection: London Knights

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Size:  3.1 KBThis week we’ll take a look at the defending OHL champion London Knights. Granted a franchise in 1965, the London Nationals changed their name to Knights in 1968. Normally a very successful team (the team has made the OHL playoffs every year since 2000, winning the OHL title last year and the Memorial Cup in 2005 and also had a 24 game winning streak earlier this season) the Knights hold the dubious distinction of having the single worst season in CHL history. In the ...

    Updated 01-20-2013 at 11:43 by Aaron Brouwer

  3. 2013 Breakout Candidates


    Jordan Staal- Hurricanes- Click image for larger version. 

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ID:	1272reunited with his brother Eric in Carolina, Stall will finally get to play a top six role on a full time basis. You can expect a jump from his career average of .58 points per game to somewhere around .9 points per game. Also, as anyone with a brother or sister will attest to, never discount the power of sibling rivalry.

    Kyle Turris- Senators- having been granted a trade from Phoenix, where he clearly ...
  4. Team Canada 2.0

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    On the eve of the 2013 World Junior Hockey Championship, and with some questions popping up about the Canadian roster, let’s take a look at the player’s team Canada left behind. Let’s start by saying, this is not an indictment on the team hockey Canada chose to send to the World Junior championship this year, rather, it is a statement that many Canadians feel deep down; we could send two teams to any tournament and wind up playing each ...
  5. The Twelve Days of Christmas (QMJHL style)

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    Twelve- approximately the amount of wins the defending Memorial Cup champions, Shawinigan Cataractes, will end the season with. At the halfway mark of the season, they sit with seven wins

    Eleven- amount of goals scored by Kevin Gagne, representing a career high, leading all defensemen in that category

    Ten- number of teams with a record above .500. Val-d’Or holds the tenth spot with a .514 winning percentage

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