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  1. Skating gets real in 'NHL 13'

    Jon Robinson

    The ability for virtual skaters to turn on a dime at full speed has long been the most unrealistic aspect of EA Sports' "NHL" franchise. But thanks to a revolutionary new skating engine being introduced in "NHL 13," the days of cutting between def...

    Blog | June 14, 2012
  2. NHL Preview 2011-12 - ESPN The Magazine - Playoff Power Meter

    Alvin Chang

    Go inside the revolutionary formula ESPN The Magazine used to help predict the postseason success of this season's NHL teams.

    Story | Conversation | September 21, 2011
  3. A plan that will change the hockey world!

    John Buccigross

    Hockey + music = Bucci heaven. That equation has inspired our resident puckhead with such a revolutionary idea, players and teams and you, the fans, would be crazy not to jump on the bandwagon.

    Story | Conversation | March 23, 2010
  4. Igor Larionov, Glenn Anderson top 2008 Hall of Fame class

    Revolutionary Russian player Igor Larionov was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame on Monday.

    Story | Conversation | November 10, 2008
  5. Committee helps keep players, and game, in check

    Scott Burnside

    In the past, if a player wanted to "cheat" in the NHL, he clutched and grabbed. Now, a revolutionary competition committee has helped keep players, and the game, in check.

    Story | Conversation | August 03, 2007
  6. Where have all the goals gone?

    John Buccigross

    The lost art of scoring goals, Ray Bourque and Shjon Podein take a ride on the Zamboni.

    Story | Conversation | October 20, 2003
  7. Roy's greatness goes beyond hockey

    Terry Frei

    Patrick Roy was a self-centered revolutionary in the spirit of Ted Williams -- but with a deeper desire to win.

    Story | Conversation | May 28, 2003
  8. Great defensemen found in the mix

    Terry Frei

    Bobby Orr changed the way hockey is played. He also changed the definition of an ideal defenseman.

    Story | Conversation | October 01, 2002