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  1. Trophy Tracker: GM award

    Scott Burnside

    Here's a look at where the General Manager of the Year award stands post-trade deadline as we head into the final quarter of the NHL season: 1. Mike Gillis, Vancouver CanucksGillis' Canucks have moved past a rocky start to the season and a potenti...

    Blog | February 29, 2012
  2. Colorado Avalanche trying to find its identity, win back Denver m...

    Scott Burnside

    Avalanche fans never had to watch their hockey team go through any kind of growing pains ... until now. Will Denver be patient with a young team trying to find its identity?

    Story | Conversation | February 03, 2011
  3. 2010 Stanley Cup finals: Chicago Blackhawks and the evolution of ...

    Scott Burnside

    Fans usually don't love their teams' owners. Owners are the guys you hate because they trade away your favorite player. But in Chicago, there's no bigger star than Rocky Wirtz.

    Story | Conversation | June 04, 2010
  4. 2010 NHL playoffs -- Montreal Canadiens lose steam against Philad...

    Scott Burnside

    After knocking off two giants in Washington and Pittsburgh, Montreal simply didn't get enough from its best players in the East finals.

    Story | Conversation | May 24, 2010
  5. Ex-NHL assistant Wayne Fleming's rocky tenure with KHL Avangard O...

    Scott Burnside

    Wayne Fleming agreed with team management that things weren't working out and late this week his contract with the Avangard Omsk team, a roster that included five-time NHL scoring champ Jaromir Jagr, was terminated.

    Story | Conversation | January 31, 2009
  6. Carbonneau won't lose job, but he still has a lot to learn

    Scott Burnside

    What did we learn Saturday night? Flyers coach John Stevens is experiencing a reversal of fortune, while Habs coach Guy Carbonneau must learn from his team's drama in net.

    Story | Conversation | May 04, 2008
  7. For struggling teams, coach might not be first to go

    Scott Burnside

    In the new NHL, when a team is not playing up to par, it might not be the coach who goes first, but rather the GM.

    Story | Conversation | November 18, 2005