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Brodeur recalls unique bond with father as Hall of Fame induction nears

Goalie 'lived it up' with Olympian, sports photographer

by Dave Stubbs @Dave_Stubbs / NHL.com Columnist

TORONTO -- There is a photograph somewhere among retired goaltender Martin Brodeur's collection of many hundred, a favorite image taken by his father, Denis.

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Short Shifts

Gritty would have fit in with Broad Street Bullies, Parent says

Hall of Fame goalie believes legendary Flyers teams would have welcomed new mascot

by Dave Stubbs @Dave_Stubbs / NHL.com Columnist

Try to imagine the reaction the Philadelphia Flyers' remarkable mascot Gritty would get had he/it walked into the Flyers' dressing room of the 1970s, take-no-prisoners Broad Street Bullies.

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Hockey Hall of Fame chairman has 'coolest job' in world

McDonald honored to call game's shrine his office

by Dave Stubbs @Dave_Stubbs / NHL.com Columnist

TORONTO -- This is when Lanny McDonald might be happiest.

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Hall of Fame

Hall of Fame links hockey's past with present, shows way to future

Class of 2018's six members join 399 predecessors in shrine that encompasses game's history

by Dave Stubbs @Dave_Stubbs / NHL.com Columnist

TORONTO --This seems like a good time to remind the Hockey Hall of Fame Class of 2018 about the ghost that might dwell in hockey's shrine.

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Five Questions With...

Five Questions with John Cullen

Former NHL forward discusses cancer battle, support from Lightning teammates during recovery

by Dave Stubbs @Dave_Stubbs / NHL.com Columnist

NHL.com's Q&A feature called "Five Questions With …" runs throughout the 2018-19 regular season. We talk to key figures in and around the game and ask them questions to gain insight into their lives, careers and the most recent news.

The latest edition features former NHL forward John Cullen, who two decades ago forged a courageous, even miraculous comeback from non-Hodgkins lymphoma and a bone-marrow transplant.

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Yakushev made mark in Summit Series en route to Hockey Hall of Fame

Russian forward savors memories of landmark clash with NHL stars in 1972

by Dave Stubbs @Dave_Stubbs / NHL.com Columnist

The 2018 Hockey Hall of Fame induction is Monday. This class includes NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman, and Willie O'Ree, the first black player in the NHL, in the Builders category as well as former players Martin Brodeur, Martin St. Louis, Alexander Yakushev and Jayna Hefford. Here NHL.com columnist Dave Stubbs profiles Yakushev.

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Cooper, Lightning thriving under rookie GM BriseBois

Coach's roots with Yzerman protege help Tampa Bay get to first place in Atlantic Division

by Dave Stubbs @Dave_Stubbs / NHL.com Columnist

MONTREAL -- For the first time in his NHL career, Tampa Bay Lightning coach Jon Cooper is working under a general manager who isn't named Steve Yzerman.

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Five Questions with Commander Chris Hadfield

Canadian astronaut, passionate Maple Leafs fan discusses Toronto's Stanley Cup hopes

by Dave Stubbs @Dave_Stubbs / NHL.com Columnist

NHL.com's Q&A feature called "Five Questions With …" runs throughout the 2018-19 regular season. We talk to key figures in and around the game and ask them questions to gain insight into their lives, careers and the most recent news.

The latest edition features Commander Chris Hadfield, the 59-year-old Canadian astronaut and lifelong Toronto Maple Leafs fan who was named an honorary member of the NHL Alumni Association at its annual awards gala in Toronto on Oct. 22.

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Campbell relishing success with Kings after rough road to NHL

Goaltender shut out Canadiens in third straight start in place of injured Quick

by Dave Stubbs @Dave_Stubbs / NHL.com Columnist

MONTREAL -- Jack Campbell was scrambling to shed his goalie gear in the Los Angeles Kings dressing room following a 3-0 win against the Montreal Canadiens on Thursday, stuffing things into an equipment bag as reporters gathered in front of him.

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NHL Insider

Roy talks 1993 Stanley Cup win, future of Canadiens in Q&A

With champs being honored, Hall of Fame goalie discusses possibly coaching in NHL again

by Dave Stubbs @Dave_Stubbs / NHL.com Columnist

The Montreal Canadiens will celebrate the Stanley Cup-winning team of 1992-93, and their 24th and most recent Cup championship, before the home opener against the Los Angeles Kings at Bell Centre on Thursday (7:30 p.m. ET; TSN2, RDS, FS-W, NHL.TV). But Patrick Roy will not be among the players and staff honored for a 20-game Stanley Cup Playoff performance that included a remarkable 10 consecutive overtime victories.

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