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Without further delay… your top NHL posts for December 22, 2015.
The Detroit Red Wings have been dominating in the faceoff circle over their last few contests. Seems like a good time for Henrik Zetterberg to talk with Ansar Khan of MLive.com about how cheaters typically prosper when it comes to draws.
Everyone wants to get in on the Steven Stamkos trade speculation, but this is an interesting line of thinking from “GeoFitz4” at RawCharge.com. About why the St. Louis Blues could be a good trading partner should it come to that.
The Philadelphia Flyers are 9-3-3 in their last 15 games, and Matt Brauckmann believes that the improvement has everything to do with strong team play. His latest for TheHockeyWriters.com.
Joe McDonald takes a look at who’s hot and who’s not from around the NHL for ESPN.
Wondering why the Boston Bruins have been playing so much better as of late? They apparently simplified their game and “dumbed it down.” So there’s that. From Barbara Matson at The Boston Globe.
The Flyers and Bruins aren’t the only teams that are closing out 2015 flying high. Milan Lucic believes that the team’s last contest against the San Jose Sharks helped them turn a real corner, reports Jon Rosen at LAKingsInsider.com.
We’re starting to get an idea about who could be players when the NHL trade deadline approaches. Keep an eye on the Minnesota Wild. From Mike Halford at Pro Hockey Talk.
Alex Prewitt of Sports Illustrated with an excellent column on Tampa Bay Lightning forward Nikita Kucherov. An in-depth look at how he has evolved both on and off the ice since arriving in the NHL.
Things got a little out of hand in this SPHL game between the Columbus Cottonmouoths and the Peoria Rivermen. From Sean Leahy at Puck Daddy.
Jamie Benn and Tyler Seguin have both been good players for a few years now, but how did they evolve into high-end superstars? Adrian Dater breaks it down for Bleacher Report.
New Jersey high school team goes rogue, tries to start 2 goalies https://t.co/I3Ne8Ow19K pic.twitter.com/Mr2mn9JkWt
— HockeyNightInCanada (@hockeynight) December 22, 2015