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WWYDW: Uncle Leo’s role

We often bicker about how Matt Martin slots into the lineup every night rather than younger, more promising wingers like Nikita Soshnikov or Josh Leivo. But while Martin tends to be the focus of frustration in regards to forwards, Leo Komarov has slid under the radar with a very poor season thus far. Through 28…

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Around The Atlantic: The Sens may never win again

This a weekly feature that rounds up news, rumours, and interesting things happening around the NHL.  The Atlantic Division has become clearly tiered, with two good teams at the top, a bunch of mediocre teams in the middle, and two terrible teams at the bottom. At this point, the interesting thing to watch is which…

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WWYDW: Which desperate GM should the Leafs screw over?

Things are going well in Toronto. The Buds are rolling, as their 14-8-0 record has them sitting in second place in the Eastern Conference. A loss to the terrible Arizona Coyotes snapping a six-game winning streak and Mike Babcock driving his car rather than walking to the ACC are the biggest causes of stress right…

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Nation Notebook: The aftermath of the Duchene trade

This a weekly feature that rounds up news, rumours, and interesting things happening around the NHL.  Last weekend, the Colorado Avalanche finally pulled the trigger on a deal involving Matt Duchene. The third overall pick from the 2009 draft has been wanting out of Colorado since last Christmas, and it was expected he would be…