Nation Notebook: Teams looking for upgrades and the aftermath of the Duchene trade

Cam Lewis
November 12 2017 04:05PM

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This a weekly feature that rounds up news, rumours, and interesting things happening around the NHL. 

Last weekend, the Colorado Avalanche finally pulled the trigger on a deal involving Matt Duchene. The third overall pick from the 2009 draft has been wanting out of Colorado since last Christmas, and it was expected he would be moved over the off-season. But, oddly enough, in the middle of a game, Joe Sakic dealt Duchene in a three-team deal involving the Ottawa Senators and Nashville Predators.

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Nation Notebook: Rangers possibly selling, Vegas finally cooling, and possible Houston expansion

Cam Lewis
November 03 2017 10:26AM

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This a weekly feature that rounds up news, rumours, and interesting things happening around the NHL. 

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Atlantic Preview: Rivalries set to flare in top-heavy division

Cam Lewis
October 03 2017 03:11PM

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The Atlantic Division might not feature a true Stanley Cup favourite as a sportsbook like Bodog would suggest, but this division is loaded at the top. The Leafs, Canadiens, and Bruins all appear poised to return to the playoffs, a healthy Lightning squad will be in the mix, and the Senators want to prove their run wasn’t a Cinderella story.

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Pacific Preview: Battle of Alberta back to life but California teams haven’t faded yet

Cam Lewis
October 03 2017 11:24AM

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The Pacific Division may not be as deep as the Central Division, but it’s top heavy, and winning it isn’t going to be easy. The Oilers and Flames have brought the Alberta back to life for the first time in years, while the California teams are still kicking around. A sportsbook like Pinnacle Sports suggests any of those four teams could come out on top, making the Pacific difficult to predict.

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Metropolitan Preview: Penguins and Capitals still stand at the top of division loaded with promising wild cards

Cam Lewis
October 02 2017 03:19PM

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The Metropolitan Division is clearly the better of the two in the Eastern Conference. According to oddsmakers like Pinnacle Sports, both the Pittsburgh Penguins and Washington Capitals are Stanley Cup favourites, and beneath them are a wealth of solid teams with exciting upside.

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