The Roundup

Forecasting the Oilers second half; looking at the Flames first 41 games; Jagr departs; examining Jim Benning’s body of work; the NHL should stop using plus/minus; player grades, gold for Canada and more in this week’s Nation Roundup brought to you by the DailyFaceOff.

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.


5 things to like and dislike about the Leafs first half – JoeGolding

What does Travis Dermott have to do to stay at the NHL level? – Richard Lee-Sam


Canucks listening to offers on Ben Hutton – J.D. Burke

J is for Jim Benning – Graphic Comments

Canucks: The good and bad of this week – J.D. Burke


Wrap up: Jets at the World Juniors – Brian Finlayson

The Jets on defense – Art Middleton


Mid-season player grades – Cameron Kuom

Which Red Wings would have made Olympic teams? – Graham McMullen

Yes, the Red Wings did have prospects at the World Juniors – Thomas Williams


The salary cap implication’s of the Jagr departure – Ryan Pike

Taking a look at game scores after 41 games – Ryan Pike

Examining the Flames at the halfway point (Ari Yanover)

Could two Flames prospects be headed to the Olympics? – Ryan Pike


Trading Sekera for Brent Seabrook would be very bad – Cam Lewis

Forecasting the second half– Christian Pagnani

The Laurent Brossoit situation does not address the real problems in Edmonton – Cat Silverman

You have one question for Peter Chiarelli, what is it? – Cam Lewis

Hockeyfights.com – Scrap of the week

Classic scrap of the week: Wendel Clark vs Behn Wilson


More from around the Network:

Stop using plus/minus – Matt Henderson

Gold for Canada! – Jess Picente

Cody Franson! (went unclaimed) – H0ckeyfan

The Bruins won’t stop winning and the Sabres won’t stop losing – Cam Lewis

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