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31 in 31 Series: Ottawa Senators 2018 Draft Review and Development Camp Updates

By |2018-08-29T06:17:33-04:00July 21st, 2018|31-in-31 Series, Feature Story|

  With five forwards, two defensemen, and a goalie, the Senators did well to fill up the cupboards in multiple areas. They managed to snag a nice mix of higher-end prospects in the early rounds along with some players that have some real sleeper potential later on.   1st Round, 4th overall – Brady Tkachuk [...]

SHL Update: January 2018

By |2018-01-15T20:54:11-05:00January 16th, 2018|Feature Story|

  Welcome back for another SHL prospects update! A few quick hitters as we look to the SHL this month:   Led by Elias Pettersson, the Vaxjo Lakers sit comfortably atop the SHL standings with 77 points, a 14 point lead over second place Djurgardens. He’s slipped down the scoring leaders due to competing in [...]

SHL Update: December 2017

By |2017-12-19T20:07:38-05:00December 19th, 2017|Feature Story|

  The World Junior Hockey Championship is right around the corner with Sweden as a perennial medal contender. After capturing a silver medal in the 2014 edition they have been doomed with back-to-back-to-back losses in the bronze medal game. They’ll be looking to avoid a similar fate by bringing a team packed with talent honing [...]

November SHL Update

By |2017-11-22T00:49:40-05:00November 22nd, 2017|Feature Story|

***   Just over a third of the way into the season things are, for the most part, still pretty tight standings wise for the most part. The Vaxjo Lakers and Farjestad have created a little bit of separation sitting in first and second, respectively with 44 and 39 points. After that it’s a log [...]

October SHL Update

By |2017-10-19T11:56:16-04:00October 19th, 2017|Feature Story|

  Coming into mid-October the 2017-18 SHL season is a month deep at this and there is some separation starting to happen. Sitting atop the standings it Farjestad BK who have been nothing short of dominate early on with a record of seven regulation wins, one overtime win and one overtime loss for a total [...]

August 31-in-31: Ottawa Senators

By |2018-06-12T10:59:47-04:00August 20th, 2017|Feature Story|

  Coming within one goal of reaching the Stanley Cup Final can sometimes cause a GM to go out in free agency and make a big splash to grab that one last piece that will put them over the top. On the other hand there’s the polar opposite; just make a couple depth additions and [...]

July 31-in-31: Ottawa Senators

By |2018-06-12T11:06:53-04:00July 21st, 2017|Feature Story|

The Senators have done a nice job over the past couple of drafts assembling a stable of high end prospects in the way of Thomas Chabot, Colin White, Logan Brown. The 2017 draft class likely won’t yield any talent at that level but they did well working with what they had. As a result of [...]

SHL Report: HV71 earns hard-fought championship

By |2017-05-27T11:30:44-04:00May 27th, 2017|Feature Story|

  While the NHL playoffs have just crossed the three-quarter mark, the 2016-17 Swedish Hockey League season wrapped up three weeks ago. In the league final, HV71 prevailed over Brynas IF in a hard-fought seven-game series, the championship game being decided in overtime.   Simon Onerud wins it for HV71 with his league-leading 10th of [...]

SHL Update: April Edition

By |2017-04-19T13:04:06-04:00April 19th, 2017|Feature Story|

The SHL is down to its final two teams and the post-season tournament has had it all; sweeps, seven-game series, blowouts, overtime games and upsets. Let’s see how things have shaken down to this point.   Round of 16 The round of 16 saw number seven Farjestad BK going up against 10th seeded Djurgardens IF [...]

SHL Update: March Edition

By |2017-03-17T14:49:01-04:00March 16th, 2017|Feature Story|

The 2016-17 SHL regular season wrapped up last week and saw the Vaxjo Lakers capture the regular season crown after the 52 games schedule, besting HV71 by one point in the overall standings led by such ex-NHLers as Dennis Everberg and Ville Leino. The honor of scoring leader went to Joakim Lindstrom who scored 18 [...]

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