STOP REWARDING FAILURE

Robin Brownlee
January 30 2015 03:01PM

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Why should the NHL continue to reward the Edmonton Oilers for on-ice failure and organizational ineptitude by giving them a better chance to select the cream of the crop at the Entry Draft while more successful teams line up behind and wait their turn? It shouldn’t.

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JOHNNY GAUDREAU

Lowetide
January 30 2015 09:30AM

Early mentions of Johnny Gaudreau from trusted online sources were promising but read like a distant bell: Kirk Luedeke's initial thumbnail sketch told of an undersized wizard who was years away and needed at least one growth spurt. From humble beginnings, Johnny Gaudreau never stopped exceeding expectations.

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The Roundup

Nation World HQ
January 30 2015 06:39AM

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Trade speculation begins, Canucks better without Bieksa, Stamkos to Toronto, Ryan O'Reilly watch, Phaneuf an Oiler, size in the NHL matters, fantasy hockey and more in this week's Roundup.

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Some NHL jersey advertisement concepts

Cam Lewis
January 29 2015 05:24PM

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Apparently, the 2016 World Cup of Hockey going to be a guinea pig for jersey advertising. We all know it’s coming, unfortunately, whether we like it or not. According to TSN, it's believed that putting advertisements on jerseys could result in over $120 million in revenue. I assume we’re going to see advertisements in the form of shoulder patches and helmet stickers first, but eventually logos will dominate the main crest portion of the jersey. It's simply too lucrative for the league to reject, even if it results in negative fan feedback. 

Here are some NHL jersey advertisement concepts that make sense/are inevitable: 

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Corsi Is Dead. Long Live Corsi.

Graphic Comments
January 29 2015 03:00PM

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All eyes in the NHL this weekend were turned to Columbus, where you could see a once interesting and entertaining fixture in the hockey world now turned into a laughing stock, filled with professionals just going through the motions and putting on an embarrassing display.

No, I'm not talking about the All-Star Game, I'm talking about Ken Campbell and The Hockey News.

With news breaking that the NHL is about to revamp it's website to add new statistics, as well as trialing new technologies to automatically track even more on-ice parameters, Campbell penned an obituary to Corsi.

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