Remembering Teemu as number 8 goes to the rafters

Cam Lewis
January 12 2015 08:30AM


In a game against the Jets on Sunday night, the Ducks raised Teemu Selanne’s number 8 to the rafters at The Pond, permanently enshrining the greatest and most important player in the history of the franchise. In memory of Teemu’s career, let’s take a look back at just how incredible a player he was. 

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The Roundup

Nation World HQ
January 09 2015 07:00AM

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World Junior gold, Phil Kessel exchange with reporter, Leafs fire Carlyle, 5 coaching candidates, Todd Nelson needs to go, Flames at the halfway mark, catching up with former Canucks and more in this week's Roundup.

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Jets Post Game 41: Penalty Troubles

Dale Lamontagne
January 08 2015 10:23PM

The Winnipeg Jets had a hard time staying out of the penalty box tonight, and that was an issue right from the beginning. 

The Jets struggled on the penalty-kill, and the Arizona Coyotes were able to score three power-play goals on the night, and the Jets would lose by a score of 4-1 Thursday.

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World Junior Postgame: Gold Rush

Bobby Cappuccino
January 05 2015 09:41PM

Canada. Russia. Whenever these two teams meet, magic seems to follow. And boy was tonight magical - a star-studded Canadian side facing off against a very underrated Russian group with a hot goalie.

A perfectly set stage.

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TCGD: Putin it all on the line

Jon Steitzer
January 05 2015 10:59AM

Canada's performance against Russia in the past few World Juniors tournaments leaves a lot to be desired. Fortunately, every year the roster is completely turned over and there isn't any reason to believe that trend has to continue. Nonetheless, the Russian's still have the same head coach in Valeri Bragin that has kept the Russians so damn competitive over the past half decade.

The Russians have forsaken their stereotypical enigmatic roster, and have opted for a blue collar, lunch pail, physical lineup that Hockey Canada would be proud to dress. Canada will have its first true test of the tournament against its historical and greatest rival.

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