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Jim Benning Year in Review Part 1 (The Offseason)

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Breaking Down our 2015-2016 Roster (Defenceman and Goalies)

Alex Edler: Coming off what was a horrendous 2013-2014 seasons, Edler proved why he is considered one of the Canucks best defenseman last year. Edler finished the year with a solid 31 points in 74 games but it was his production in the last 2 months of the season that makes me believe he will be a 40-45 point player next year. Over the last 2 months of the season, Edler almost doubled his point total with 14 points in his last 19 games; this upward projection near the end of the season leaves

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Breaking Down Our 2015-2016 Roster (Forward Edition)

The Dog days are upon us and there is nothing interesting going on in the NHL so here is my breakdown of the 2015-2016 Roster, plus a couple of prospects who have a chance of making the team. Sedins: The now 35 year olds have prove that their 2013-2014 season was not the start of the downward trend that we tend to see from players in their mid thirties. The Sedins finished top 10 in scoring with 73 and 76 points respectively and were in the small group of 5 or so players who showed up for the

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Gstank 2015 Mock Draft (Final Edition)

Edmonton Oilers Connor Mcdavid Buffalo Sabres Jack Eichel Arizona Coyotes Dylan Strome Toronto Maple Leafs Matt Barzal Carolina Hurricanes Ivan Provorov New Jersey Devils Mitch Marner Philladephlia Flyers Rantanen/Crouse Columbus Blue Jackets Noah Hanifin San Jose Sharks Zach Werenski Colorado Avalanche Crouse/Rantanen Florida Panthers Kyle Connor Dallas Stars Pavel Zacha Los Angelos Kings Zboril/Chabot Boston Bruins Timo Meier Calgary Flames Yevgeni Sv

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Jim Benning a Year in Review Part 1 (The Offseason)

Was the day that the newly appointed president of the Vancouver Canucks Trevor Linden, announced the hiring for the GM of the future Jim Benning. Benning came from a hockey rich culture in Boston, where he was the assistant GM and was thought of as one of the greatest hockey minds in the NHL. It didn’t take long to see why, With in the first couple of weeks if being hired as the GM of the Canucks, Benning’s office walls were filled with the depth charts of every NHL team. This is the kind of de

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