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With a new Hall of Fame class being announced yesterday (Sakic, Sundin, Bure, Oates), we thought today would be a great day to look at some of our favourite moments from their illustrious careers.

You could go a lot deeper than 10 with these guys, so we largely stuck to the major milestones:

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I may have mentioned this in the past, but our video team is pretty exceptional (did you catch Alfie Rises?). This week they’ve put together a piece on the Subban family, and it’s pretty darn cool too.

Enjoy getting to know them:

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Must-see video: Alfie Rises

We’ve been inspired.

Or more specifically, our video team has been inspired, headed up by content manager/Ottawa Senators’ fan Derek Snider.

The “Los Angeles Rises” video I wrote about earlier played into that inspiration, and things just took off from there.

So as Senators’ captain Daniel Alfredsson contemplates his playing future, we offer this fan’s tribute as an inspiration for Alfie to return for one more season.

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We’ve highlighted the best saves, hits and goals of the 2012 Stanley Cup Playoffs so far, and figured it was finally time to pit them against one another.

So, here you have it – the 10 best plays from all four rounds of the playoffs.

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Sadly…it’s over.

But hey, the Finals did give us some exceptional action that’s worthy of looking back on.

Here’s the top five plays from 2012′s final playoff series.

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A Kings win tonight could make Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Finals the last NHL game we get to see until the 2012-2013 season starts in October, boo.

Knowing that, it’s time to take a look back at this year’s playoffs, and enjoy the 10 best goals.

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He was not faking.

Hockey is an emotional game. Tempers tend to run EXTREMELY high and sometimes you say things you don’t necessarily mean, or that things that aren’t necessarily valid, or things that nobody needs to hear at all. Luckily now that we have guys in between the benches with microphones we get to hear more and more of these things.

Game five was one of those nights.

As Anton Volchenkov skated by the Los Angeles bench, Glenn Healy left his microphone on so he could talk for some reason. Surely it had nothing to do with insightful analysis. At any rate, we got a glimpse into the jargon of hockey and what’s said on the ice.

Do not watch this if you don’t like shows on HBO, R-rated movies, or swearing at-large. It is very rude.
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