The Roundup

The most random of Oiler stats; Tavares to the Leafs was predicted in 2009; the Flames have prospects; Scheifele making a Hart case; the Wings naughty and nice list; World Juniors and more in this week’s Nation Roundup brought to you by Sumo Jerky.

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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Which Leafs should make the All Star game? (Scott Maxwell)

What Hyman’s absence will mean to the Leafs (Scott Maxwell)

A twitter user predicted Tavares to the Leafs in 2009 (ThatsKappy)


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Festivus 2018: The airing of grievances (Jackson MacDonald)

The Alex Edler dilemma (Jackson MacDonald)

What the Canucks wanted in their stocking’s this year (Stephan Roget)

Bo Horvat should be in the All Star game (Stephan Roget)


Scheifele making a case for the Hart trophy (KB)

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Jets at the World Juniors (KB)


The Wings 2018 naughty and nice list (Nick Seguin)

What to expect from the Wings at World Juniors (Cameron Kuom)


Flames 2018 Christmas wish list (Pat Steinberg)

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The Flames Top 20 prospects (Christian Tiberi)

At least 3 Flames prospects will be at World Juniors (Ryan Pike)

Sam Bennett has played his best hockey beside Backlund (Ari Yanover)


8th: This is what we wanted (Tyler Yaremchuk)

Oilers random stats (Jason Gregor)

Evan Bouchard at World Juniors (Baggedmilk)

Throwback Thursday: This week in 1978, Indianapolis Racers sign Wayne Gretzky

Oilers Christmas wish list 2018 (Robin Brownlee)

2018 Festivus grievances (Bagged milk)

Donair tour: Rob’s Donair (Christ the Intern)

Hockeyfights.com – Scrap of the week

More from around the Network:

Merry Christmas Nation! (Baggedmilk)

Team Canada looking for a second straight Gold Medal (Tyler Yaremchuk)


One last gift? It’s not too late

The gift that keeps on giving year round: Sumo Jerky