The Roundup

Who are the Oilers trade chips; missing the playoffs might be the best thing for Flames; Canucks could be first team ever to finish 31st in NHL history; the NHL wants everyone to stop complaining, scoring chances versus Corsi 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.

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Looking at the Leafs ‘luck’ in 1-goal games (Scott Maxwell)

Who’s your favorite obscure Leaf? (TLN Staff)


There is no obvious answer for how to handle the Sedins (J.D. Burke)

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History: The Canucks could easily be the 1st team to finish 31st overall (J.D. Burke)


Why missing the playoffs might be the best thing this year (Steve Macfarlane)

Top 6 forwards earn highest grades (Pat Steinberg)

In upgrading the roster, Treliving failed to hedge his bets (Ryan Pike)

The Flames are a mirror image of the 16-17 Predators (Christian Roatis)

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Flames prospect update (Christian Tiberi)


Is something brewing between the Oilers and Senators? (Cam Lewis)

Nicholson talks disappointment and making changes (Baggedmilk)

Strome is a better fit at C than Nugent-Hopkins (Jason Gregor)

What are the Oilers trade chips? (Tyler Yaremchuk)

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Jordan Eberle’s best moments as an Oiler (Cam Lewis)

Hockeyfights.com – Scrap of the week

More from around the Network:

Are scoring chances better than Corsi? (Drag like Pull)

Building a starting line-up from the top one-season wonders in Edmonton Oilers history

The NHL wants us to stop complaining (Chris the Intern)

Jets injuries have been a challenge to overcome (Art Middleton)

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