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The Roundup

Did Auston Matthews tell the Leafs what’s what; an open letter to Lucic; what will the Canucks look like opening night; Jets breakout star; Pacific division previews, fantasy hockey rankings and more in this week’s Nation Roundup brought to you by Dailyfaceoff.

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Inside the Nation: Nielson talks training camp

Today marks the first ever episode of Inside the Nation, Dusty Nielson’s Facebook Live show that will focus on all things Oilers and the NHL at large. In this week’s episode, Dusty looks at the Oilers training camp, the cuts that have been made, the cuts that are to come, and what they mean for…

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The Roundup

Tavares fine not being the Captain; Oilers have to improve from within; could Yzerman save the Wings; who could be the Flames Brock Boeser; who are the Canucks ‘core’ D moving forward; fantasy hockey, Pacioretty traded, Karlsson traded, training camps open and more in this week’s Nation Roundup brought to you by Dailyfaceoff.

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The Roundup

Flames love a good PTO; Oilers potential sleeper; which Leaf will Babcock overuse this season; do analytics always have to be so negative; Canucks draft busts and trading for William Nylander; donair reviews, fantasy hockey rankings and more in this week’s Nation Roundup brought to you by Dailyfaceoff.

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All About Ryan Mantha

For the Edmonton Oilers, Ryan Mantha was a defensive prospect that came with plenty of promise and potential when he was signed as a free agent with the organization in March of 2017. That was, of course, before a devasting eye injury shut him down for the remainder of the 2017-18 season, putting his hockey…

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The Roundup

Flames blueline overhaul has begun; has the plan been executed in Edmonton; Canucks kicking tires on Karlsson; Zetterberg missing at least start of season; what the Leafs can realistically do this year; every teams third line center, prospect rankings and more in this week’s Nation Roundup.

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All About Skyler Brind’Amour

To many hockey fans, the last name Brind’Amour looks awfully familiar on the back of a jersey, and for good reason. Skyler Brind’Amour, the son of former Stanley Cup Champion Rod Brind’Amour, was drafted by the Oilers in the sixth round of the 2017 NHL Draft, and recently finished his rookie season with the Chilliwack…

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Breaking down the Edmonton Oilers schedule

NHL schedule makers are tasked with fitting 1,271 games into a six month window and as a result, each team will be put in situations where they — or their opponent — will be at a disadvantage due to playing on very little rest or no rest at all. Here, we’ll take a look at…

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All About Graham McPhee

Entering his third season with Boston College in 2018-19, Graham McPhee will look to continue his development and improve on his totals from last season. Considering BC has put plenty of effort into recruitment for the 2018-19 season, with players such as Oliver Wahlstrom and Jack McBain set to join the roster, McPhee will likely…

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All About Kailer Yamamoto

After being drafted 22nd overall at the 2017 NHL Entry Draft, Kailer Yamamoto has arguably been one of the most followed players in the Oilers’ prospect pool. We don’t think we’re talking out of school when we say that no one would have expected Yamamoto to crack last year’s opening night roster but that’s exactly…

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The Roundup

Ty Rattie has the chance of a lifetime in Edmonton; what if Mitch Marner was offersheeted; the Blake Wheeler conundrum in Winnipeg; analyzing the Flames prospect pool; Brock Boeser, Joe Murphy, one defensemen on the penalty kill and more in this week’s Nation Roundup brought to you by Dailyfaceoff.

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All About Cameron Hebig

Since signing an entry-level contract with the Oilers back in December, Cameron Hebig has been a prospect of interest for Oilers fans as the team continues stocking the shelves with skilled prospects. Hebig just completed his final WHL season, posting a career-best 90 points (41G, 49A) in 66 games split between the Saskatoon Blades and…