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Without further delay… your top NHL posts for February 19, 2016.
Reports have surfaced that the Montreal Canadiens are gauging the market for defenseman P.K. Subban. Kyle from WingingItInMotown.com wonders what it would take for the Detroit Red Wings to pick him up.
Brad Marchand doesn’t have the reputation of an elite, goal-scoring winger. Dominik Luszczyszyn of TheHockeyNews.com writes that the Boston Bruins forward is exactly that though.
Last night, Jaromir Jagr became just the fourth player in NHL history to score a goal at the age of 44. From Mark Millard at TheScore.com.
Every team in the league is clamoring for an outdoor game at this point. Allan Muir of Sports Illustrated breaks down which franchises are in line for a Winter Classic or Stadium Series game.
Don Henderson is the NHL linesman who Dennis Wideman hit in late January, and sources are reporting that he is suffering from concussion symptoms. Tim Daniels has the latest for BleacherReport.com.
Which Pacific Division teams will be buyers at the NHL trade deadline? Pierre LeBrun of ESPN.com takes a look.
In his latest post for FlamesNation.ca, Ryan Pike examines what forward Matt Stajan brings to the table for the Calgary Flames. It turns out he’s more valuable off the ice than he is on it.
Steven W. Page of MileHighHockey.com with a fun, personal look back at the Red Wings/Colorado Avalanche rivalry.
It won’t be easy for the Boston Bruins to trade Loui Eriksson, but Kirk Aluedeke of ScoutingPost.com reasons that it would be the best option for the team moving forward.
Rick Westhead of TSN.ca is reporting that the NHL and NHLPA have yet to sell any ads for World Cup sweaters to this point.
Now for your moment of Zen…