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The Most Overlooked Calder Candidate in the NHL

At this moment in time, Brock Boeser would be my pick for the Calder. I mentioned that on air today. https://soundcloud.com/russ-cohen/russ-cohen-on-stellick-and-simmer-talking-wjc-selections-calder-candidates-and-more However, a player who I’ve had to defend, for years, is rapidly getting in the race, his name is Malcom Subban. You remember, that first round goaltender from the 2012

Max Veronneau Has Elevated His Game

Max Veronneau is very talented undrafted right winger who plays for the Princeton Tigers. Now in his junior season, he’s putting it all together. After a very successful two-goal, three-point game against Yale, he is on NHL scouts’ radar. In his first six games he has five goals and five

Princeton-Holy Cross Performance Notes

Here are some notes from players who may have been scouted today: Princeton – Ryan Ferland – 6-0, 175 – G – He’s a freshman with a lot of talent. He gave up two goals in the first win of the season. He covers the corners well. His glove his sure-handed

Three Players Who Shined Today at The USHL Fall Classic

Pittsburgh - - Today was a full slate of games at the USHL Fall Classic. Teams have yet to play regular season games but they’re already getting judged as if it has begun. The best goalie I saw today was Jiri Patera (6th round pick of the Vegas Golden Knights in

2017 NHL Expansion Draft Thoughts

How many people think this expansion team, the Las Vegas Golden Knights, will have the best roster in the history of expansion teams? I don’t share that opinion. The biggest reason why is the fact that the NHL’s general managers are so sharp, too sharp, to hand over top-notch players