The Roundup

What’s going to happen with Sam Bennett, Leafs need to stay away from Chicago’s core, huge mistake if Oilers resign Russell, reliving the 2007 draft, Doug Weight as a head coach, expansion madness and more in this week’s Nation Roundup brought to you by Violent Gentlemen.

In the Roundup we go around the Nation Network and give you some of the best articles of the last couple weeks. Every once in a while it’s good to know what other teams are doing, or maybe you find an interesting article you wouldn’t have found otherwise.

Note* This article is posted across all Nation Network team sites so comments are an open forum.

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Penguins success bodes well for Leafs moving forward (Jeff Veillette)

Leafs should stay away from Chicago’s moving core (Jeff Veillette)

TLN Roundtable: Expansion draft edition (Adam Laskaris)

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Drew Doughty’s comments on Toronto and Local ‘boyism’ (Jeff Veillette)


Are the Jets even close to winning a Stanley Cup? (Robert Dalton)

Year in review: Blake Wheeler (Garret Hohl)


Holland: Wings won’t send compensation, will protect 7-3-1 (Adam Laskaris)

Daniel Cleary retires after 20 year career and Calder Cup win (Sam Blazer)

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What is going to happen with Sam Bennett? (Ari Yanover)

Flames 1st round draft targets (Ryan Pike)

UFA profile: Kris Versteeg (Pat Steinberg)

Are the Flames not giving their prospects a chance? (Ari Yanover)

What’s the difference between Lazar and Shinkaruk? (Ari Yanover)

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Oilers ‘Top Fights’ from the 16-17 season (Chris the Intern)

Oilers salary cap preview (Cam Lewis)

Morning Coffee: NHLPA nearing tricky full-member vote on Return to Play and Collective Bargaining Agreement

Signing Kris Russell would be a horrible mistake (Matt Henderson)

Hockeyfights.com – Classic scrap of the week

More from around the Network:

Islanders: Doug Weight ready to succeed as head coach (Jason Gregor)

Nation Notebook: Let the expansion madness begin (Christian Pagnani)

2007 NHL draft 10 years later (Jason Gregor)

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