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McKenzie: Rangers have three options on Redden's future

Now that the CBA has been ratified by NHL owners, the New York Rangers have to decide how to proceed with Wade Redden. Hockey Insider Bob McKenzie explains. The team actually has three options under the new rules. ...more

McKenzie: It's playoffs or bust for Flames under Hartley

There will be no make the playoffs "guarantee" this year from Calgary Flames' general manager Jay Feaster, like there was prior to last season, but actions speak far louder than words anyway and it's safe to say the goal in Cowtown remains unchanged: it's playoffs or bust. ...more

McKenzie: Canucks strong, but still have camp questions

The Vancouver Canucks, on paper, are by far Canada's top team and the best hope to contend for the Stanley Cup, but even coach Alain Vigneault's talented club has a long list of questions heading into training camp. Some of those queries don't even involve Roberto Luongo. Bob McKenzie explains in his series previewing Canada's seven NHL clubs. ...more

McKenzie: Ufa was not a glorious moment for Team Canada

Ufa was not a glorious moment for Team Canada. As is the case with any significant Team Canada loss in international competition, the knives are out, and the chorus is a familiar one with all the old standards: Canada was outcoached. Canada was outgoaled. Canada took the wrong players. TSN Hockey Insider Bob McKenzie has more. ...more

McKenzie: No excuses for Team Canada in loss to USA

There are no excuses for Team Canada. This is a lockout year, so that means Canada had its absolute best players available and didn't get the job done. This one is on everybody. ...more

McKenzie: Jenner dominant for Canada in tournament debut

Having Boone Jenner back in the line-up really keyed things for Canada against Russia on Monday. He was able to step up and absolutely dominate physically and he's been playing like this all season long for the Oshawa Generals. ...more

McKenzie: Subban steps up with terrific game against the US

A lot of people were judging Malcolm Subban on what he did in the selection camp, he wasn't very good that week, and on what he did in the pre-tournament games, when he was just okay. People were asking questions; they were all answered on Sunday. ...more

McKenzie: Americans extend selection process at WJHC

It’s amazing the change in philosophy from USA Hockey in terms of how they select their junior team. In the old days, they would have their summer camp, and then in December simply put out a press release announcing their roster. Then they started having a selection camp in December like Canada, and now they have taken it to an extra step. ...more

McKenzie: Canada enjoys early production from "Lockout Line"

Two-thirds of Canada's top line at the World Juniors would be playing in the NHL if there was no lockout, so let's call them the "Lockout Line". And the line was superb in the opener against Germany, accounting for four goals in a 9-3 win. TSN Hockey Insider Bob McKenzie has more. ...more

McKenzie: Goaltending the biggest Canadian question mark

There's one position on Canada's national junior team - arguably the most important one and one that's not expected to be affected at all by the lockout. And that, of course, is goal. It's also the position that comes with the biggest question mark. TSN Hockey Insider Bob McKenzie has more. ...more

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