Jonathan Huberdeau

Picking a Captain for Every NHL Team Without One

Heading into the 2023-24 NHL season, ten teams currently do not have an official captain. That number could change before the season starts, but most of those teams likely will not have a captain this year. NHL teams are not required to name a captain, but what if they were? Who would be the best […]

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Did The Tampa Bay Lightning and Florida Panthers Make a Mistake by Letting Marchessault Walk?

With the 2022-2023 NHL season recently coming to a close and the Vegas Golden Knights capturing their first Stanley Cup in their sixth season, it’s time to revisit one of the key pieces in Vegas’ current success. Jonathan Marchessault won the Conn Smythe Trophy as the most valuable player of the Golden Knights 2023 Stanley […]

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Calgary Flames Fire Darryl Sutter

It was expected. The Calgary Flames have parted ways with Head Coach Darryl Sutter after leading the team to an underwhelming 38-27-17 record. They only missed the playoffs by three points, but that doesn’t define the mediocre season the Flames had. In three seasons as Head Coach of the Flames, Sutter finished with a record […]

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Eastern Conference Wild Card Race

A hectic last two weeks is definitely in our future for the Eastern Conference Wild Card Race. The race is down to four teams currently. Panthers(87 pts – 78GP) Islanders(87 pts – 78GP) Penguins(86 pts – 78GP) Sabres(81 pts – 76GP) Pointing out the obvious, the Islanders held the games played lead, which is foreboding […]

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The Flames Need a Change

The Calgary Flames were one of the league’s best teams last season. They won the Pacific Division and were the league’s sixth-best team with a record of 50-21-11 and 111 points. The team made it to the second round of the Stanley Cup playoffs only to be ousted by their arch-rivals, the Edmonton Oilers, in […]

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Anthony Duclair’s Return Could Spark a Turnaround for the Florida Panthers

The Florida Panthers, despite making what many have dubbed the biggest blockbuster trade in the modern-day NHL, are nowhere close to where they were a year ago today. To say that last year’s President’s Trophy winners have struggled this season is a bit of an understatement, though the reason(s) why may not entirely rest on […]

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Tkachuk Doing it All for the Panthers

Back when the Florida Panthers traded Jonathan Huberdeau to the Calgary Flames, many wondered how his offensive production would be replaced. Huberdeau was coming off a season in which he led the Panthers with 115 points on 30 goals and 85 assists. It was a career-best for him, and being in the middle of his […]

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3 Potential Trade Destinations For Panthers’ Sam Bennett

Leading up to the March 3rd trade deadline, all eyes will be on the Florida Panthers as they are a team worth monitoring. After an offseason that saw them trade away MacKenzie Weegar, Jonathan Huberdeau, Cole Schwindt, and a 2025 conditional first-round pick for Matthew Tkachuk, the team seems to be worse for it. After […]

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Flames Are Smoldering

The Calgary Flames have been a Jekyll and Hyde club this season. After losing the likes of Johnny Gaudreau and Matthew Tkachuk, many thought that the Calgary Flames were in trouble, and with good reason. To help compensate for those losses, team general manager Brad Treliving went out and acquired the likes of Jonathan Huberdeau […]

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Markstrom Needs to Step Up for The Flames

Everything, except winning the Stanley Cup, seemed to go right for the Calgary Flames last season. The Flames won the Pacific Division, were the sixth-best team in the league, and they managed to win a playoff round in seven games over the Dallas Stars. They also had the league’s sixth best offense (291 goals) thanks […]

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