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  1. Three (future) Star Selection: Edmonton Oil Kings

    By Tony Carr
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    In this, the second installment of Three (future) Star Selection, we’ll examine players from the reigning WHL champions, the Edmonton Oil Kings. The Oil Kings franchise joined the WHL in 2007 and in just six seasons turned out a championship team. Notable Oil Kings alumni include Dallas Stars forward Tomas Vincour and Buffalo Sabres prospect, and former team Canada world junior defenseman, Mark Pysyk.
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  2. Three (future) Star Selection

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    By Tony Carr
    Welcome to the Three (future) Star Selection where we will take a look at one team of the 60 currently playing in the CHL and examine three players from their roster, including an overager, a future star and a superstar. We’ll start by taking a look at the number one team in the CHL, the Halifax Mooseheads.

    Third Star: Konrad Abeltshauser (20) - Halifax Mooseheads - defenseman
    At 6’5” and 225lbs, Abeltshauser has the size ...
  3. NCAA Prospect Notebook: Cornell University

    Cornell University

    The Big Red are off to a good start after defeating Colorado College twice to kick off their 2012-13 campaign. In their first two ECAC matchups of the season against Colgate they won one and tied in the other.

    A big part of why Cornell are strong contenders in the ECAC has to do with Andy Iles a local Ithaca, NY native. Iles is entering his junior season and the experience he has gained through a heavy workload as an underclassman appears to be paying ...
  4. NHL Lockout Appears primed to drag on.

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Size:  22.7 KBComing into Thursday there was a sense of hope for NHL fans, the NHL made an offer on Tuesday which seemed like it was a start of what could be potentially season saving negotiations. What transpired on Thursday was the exact opposite, not only were the NHLPA's counter offers rejected, but they were pretty much laughed at by the NHL.

    While no details have yet to be told about the players various offers (there were 3 different proposals) unlike when the NHL

    Updated 10-26-2012 at 15:53 by Aaron Brouwer

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  5. The lock out is now officially effecting the fans of the NHL.

    Fellow Hockey Fans,

    I think we can all agree that this NHL Lock out is now effecting us, the fans. To bring it to you in a better context, it is effecting us now more so today than it did when it was officially put into effect a little less than 4 weeks ago. Because today would have been game day in 8 markets, in all four time zones and in both the USA and Canada. Rivalry games like the Bruins-Flyers and Canucks-Flames would have been on the slate, but today we sit here hoping for some ...
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