Top to Bottom: A reason for every NHL team to be thankful

Cam Lewis
November 24 2016 12:00PM

Hockey coverage is often so negative. We look at why things aren't going to happen or why a team is actually significantly worse than they appear to be. So to celebrate American Thanksgiving, let's look at a reason fans of every NHL team have to feel thankful.

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Future Free Agents: Brent Burns (UPDATE: Sharks, Burns agree on eight-year, $64M extension)

Cam Lewis
November 22 2016 11:00AM

Future Free Agents is a semi-regular feature on NHLNumbers profiling players from 2017's potential free agency class. 

Brent Burns is one of the NHL's elite defencemen, with the skill and presence to completely control the game when he's on the ice. If the San Jose Sharks somehow allow him to hit the open market this summer, Burns is the kind of player who can singlehandedly make another team quite a bit better. 

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NHLN Notebook: The OHL-AHL relationship, Detroit's ugly situation, and Dougie Hamilton's confusing usage

Cam Lewis
November 21 2016 11:24AM

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Dylan Strome is stuck in limbo, being too good for the OHL but not good enough for the NHL. The Red Wings, after a hot start to the season, have started to crash, which helps remind us how bad their cap situation moving forward actually is. And Dougie Hamilton keeps coming up in trade rumours, which is bizarre, but not as bizarre as the Flames' reluctance to use him as much as they should. 

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NHLN Roundtable: Surprises and Dissapointments After One Month

Cam Lewis
November 16 2016 12:00PM

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It's been just over a month, meaning we can take an opportunity to sit back and discuss which teams are actually as good or bad as their record indicates, and which moves and signings last summer look either really smart or really terrible. 

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NHLN Notebook: The Rangers are succeeding with four scoring lines, The Islanders are imploding

Cam Lewis
November 15 2016 11:00AM

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The NHLN Notebook is a semi-regular feature of interesting hockey content from the past few days that doesn't quite deserve its own article. 

It's the New York edition! The Rangers have been operating with four scoring lines, like many have been suggesting teams do for quite some time now, and it's working nicely for them. The Islanders, on the other hand, are a complete dumpster fire, which certainly wasn't expected. 

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