Good morning, Nation. As we do every week, the Roundup is here to take a look at the biggest stories from around the Nation Network. In this edition, we’ll take a look at Milan Lucic’s scoring slump, Morgan Reilly’s emergence in Toronto, re-signing the Sedins in Vancouver, Tkachuk’s next contract in Calgary, 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.
Morgan Reilly’s evolution into a #1 D-man (Ian Tulloch)
The ‘Big 3’ are finally all big at once (ThatsKappy)
Is there anything worth playing for right now? (TLN Staff)
Canucks announce contract extension for GM Jim Benning (Vanessa Jang)
Re-signing the Sedins in the only logical move for Canucks (Janik Beichler)
Canucks are still in a rebuild, management better grasp that (Graphic Comments)
Deep dive: Should the Canucks really bring back Erik Gudbranson? (Jackson McDonald)
Do the Jets even need a deadline move? (Art Middleton)
The breakaway woes of Nikolaj Ehlers (Rob Mahon)
Ken Holland: His guys and his legacy (Ian Burgess)
Potential 18-19 coaches (Graham McMullen)
Trade matchmaker: Carolina Hurricanes (Thomas Williams)
Report: Teams calling on Danny DeKeyser (Thomas Williams)
Don’t wait to sign Tkachuk (Pat Steinberg)
Discussion: Is it time to move Sam Bennett? (Christian Tiberi)
The playoff chase: The chaotic west (Ryan Pike)
Tank: Don’t fight destiny (Matt Henderson)
Lucic discusses his slump (Jason Gregor)
History: It’s hard to be bad with an Art Ross trophy contender (Christian Pagnani)
3 thoughts: It ALL starts at the top (Robin Brownlee)
What do they Oilers do at the deadline? (Paige Bednorz)
Hockeyfights.com – Scrap of the week
More from around the Network:
Around the Pacific: Oilers rolled in California (Cam Lewis)
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