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*Offense:’ With Ilya Kovalchuk gone, the Thrashers, and particularly the Thrashers’ offense, will be searching for a new identity.
*Offense:’ With Marc Savard out indefinitely, one would think the Bruins would be hurting down the middle.
Offense:’ Despite the lack of a serious superstar, the Sabres were actually one of the higher scoring teams in the East last year.
Offense:’ Even though they lost a significant amount of manpower games to injury last year, the Hurricanes managed to put up some pretty decent offensive numbers.
Offense:’ If you can get past the incredibly small size of the Canadiens’ most proficient scorers, you’ll find that the Habs actually have a nice complement of scorers and checkers on their roster.
With the first few weeks of the NHL season in the books, there’s been plenty of surprises already.
Definitely fitting into the category of the many “rebuilding” teams in the NHL, the New York Islanders go into this season hoping to improve upon last year when they finished last in the competitive Atlantic Division.
A lack of depth led to the New York Rangers falling short of the playoffs this spring.
The Ottawa Senators have been on the edge of success for a long time.
It’s tough to put a finger on exactly what kind of a team the Anaheim Ducks will ice this season.