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  In the 1960s, the United States and Soviet Union engaged in a "Space Race," an unofficial competiton between the countries to get to space. Now, in 2013, Matt Tennyson and Sena Acolatse are in a race of their own to become the first alumnus of the Sharks' youth hockey program to crack the NHL...
Dan Marrazza | News/Futures Watch | Friday, 11 January 2013
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  Two years ago, Robin Lehner emerged from the bench to lead the Binghamton Senators to the Calder Cup. Now, after a setback season in 2011-12, Lehner has been the best player this season for the B-Sens, en route to the team having the AHL's highest points percentage. Binghamton Senators head...
Dan Marrazza | News/Futures Watch | Thursday, 03 January 2013
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  Ray Bourque's five career Norris Trophies and NHL defenseman records in goals, assists and points established him as one of the finest blueliners in NHL history. Twelve years after Bourque played his last professional game his sons, Chris and Ryan, are attempting to carve their own niches into...
Dan Marrazza | News/Futures Watch | Friday, 21 December 2012
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This past Saturday was the 25-year anniversary of when Philadelphia Flyers goalie Ron Hextall became the first goalie in NHL history to score a goal by shooting the puck into the opposite net, himself. On the anniversary, Ron Hextall’s son, Brett, was part of the one of the AHL’s...
Dan Marrazza | News/Futures Watch | Wednesday, 12 December 2012
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  Life in the NHL is often a family affair, with such strong hockey families as the Sutters or the Staals. Northeastern defenseman, Josh Manson, is looking to add another name to that list after being drafted by the Anaheim Ducks. Sports are often impacted by genetics. In fact, it’s...
Dan Marrazza | News/Futures Watch | Thursday, 29 November 2012
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  Every fourth November, one of the focal points of the election seems to be the buzz phrase "family values." For Austin Watson, however, the phrase is much more than a cliché. For Watson, the phrase is part of the solid foundation that has him looking like yet another solid up-and-coming,...
Dan Marrazza | News/Futures Watch | Saturday, 10 November 2012
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  The members of the 2012 national champion Boston College Eagles have began to go their separate ways, but the bonds that tie the players together are still stronger than ever. “We win today and we walk together forever.” Legendary Philadelphia Flyers head coach Fred...
Dan Marrazza | News/Futures Watch | Tuesday, 23 October 2012
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  Hockey fans tend to get a bit hyperbolic when it comes to naming the sport's "next one," but they may have found a pretty good candidate in Erie Otters center, Connor McDavid. Unlike any other sport, hockey has a way of anointing its “next ones” at precociously young ages. ...
Dan Marrazza | News/Futures Watch | Friday, 19 October 2012
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The NHL is not immune to the dreaded "draft bust," but it's less prevelant than in most other sports. We take a look at each of the 30 picks and hand out grades for at least 27 teams. Unlike its counterparts in the other three major pro sports, hockey is often immune to the “draft...
Steve Wozniak | News/Futures Watch | Saturday, 23 June 2012
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For all the offensive firepower that two teams will bring to the Frozen Four, all four teams will be rising or falling on the strength of their netminders. On one side are two titans of college hockey, with a combined nine national championships and 41 previous trips to the Frozen Four. On the...
Steve Wozniak | News/Futures Watch | Wednesday, 04 April 2012

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