Here’s a rundown of the original content here at PHR over the past seven days.
Our 2018-19 season primer series continues as I took a look at the Senators, Rangers, Islanders, and Devils, providing an overview of who’s in and who’s out as well as key storylines for the upcoming campaign.
Jake Dotchin’s situation has been one of intrigue. Zach took a look at the precedent it would set around the league if it gets upheld. The NHLPA has not formally grieved the contract termination just yet but they are expected to do so.
We’re up to the 13th overall selection in our 2006 redraft, a pick held by the Toronto Maple Leafs. They didn’t make the best of picks originally with winger Jiri Tlusty and even though the top options are already off the board, there are several quality players left to choose from in our poll.
Gavin held his weekly chat. Topics included projecting Miles Wood’s deal, a look at the Blues, centers that could potentially be on the move, surprise playoff teams, the Shea Theodore situation, and more.
In the salary cap era, it’s not too often that a Stanley Cup winner returns largely intact for the following season. Zach examined the Capitals who really haven’t had a lot of turnover. One place they may want to look at adding is between the pipes and Zach also took a look at some potential options for them if they look to upgrade on Pheonix Copley.