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No Heavy Lifting Book Review

No Heavy Lifting is the latest tome from Rob Simpson, sometimes author, always a morning radio host on Sirius NHL Network Radio. Versed on all sports, this book shows off his versatility and fun nature as he toured around the world chronicling many of his adventures. ECW Press has a winner

2018 USHL Fall Classic Day 1 Observations

I spent all morning on the road and the rest of the day and night at the rink. I saw some great games that featured some talented players. This is the start of their regular season so keep that in mind. The first three are goalies. Wouter Peeters – 6-4, 205

Bill Muckalt the Coach

After an 11th shoulder surgery prematurely ended his NHL playing career in 2003, Surrey, BC native Bill Muckalt turned to coaching. Mel Pearson who recruited Muckalt to play Michigan asked the 1998 Hobey Baker nominee to join his staff at Michigan Tech. After a four-year run, Muckalt took over as coach

Travis Sanheim Likes Home Cooking

Travis Sanheim plays better in the friendly confines of the Wells Fargo Center. A lot of rookies play this way and the key is to get the most of them on the road as well. In the regular season Sanheim had 10 points on the season and seven of them

The Flyers Are Playing the Long Game with Patrick

Earlier this season there was a lot of “talk” around how much better Nico Hischier was compared to Nolan Patrick. The Devils had a shot at both and chose the Swiss player first overall. The Flyers chose the Canadian with the second overall pick in 2017. Patrick started out slow

Harri Sateri is on Fire

I got an exclusive with the goalie back in 2008 before the draft. He was drafted by the San Jose Sharks and then he went on a sojourn that eventually saw him making his NHL debut in Florida. He's started six games and has appeared in eight. He's now won

P.K. SUBBAN JOINS ADIDAS FAMILY

PORTLAND, Ore. (December 18, 2018) – adidas today proudly announced a multiyear partnership with one of the National Hockey League’s top defenseman, 2-time NHL All-Star, 2013 Norris Trophy Winner and Olympic Gold Medalist, P.K. Subban of the Nashville Predators. With a unique blend of speed and power, Subban is a two-way player

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

Jesper Bratt Has Been Playing His Game All Along

Sometimes there’s a player who can get drafted, play overseas, and then come over and make a hockey club. Then there’s Jesper Bratt who did that and more by amazingly being added to the Devils roster and now five points later looks like he belongs. Drafted in the sixth round of

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