A roundup of analyses concerning the recent moves made during the 2015 NHL Draft. 

COPPER & BLUE: Grading the Edmonton Oilers’ picks and trade acquisitions during the 2015 NHL Draft.

Bruins GM Don Sweeney is facing intense criticism over his trades during the NHL Draft weekend.

Bruins GM Don Sweeney is facing intense criticism over his trades during the NHL Draft weekend.

HOCKEY WILDERNESS: Tony Wiseau believes re-signing Devan Dubnyk to a long-term contract is a risk the Minnesota Wild had to take.

STANLEY CUP OF CHOWDER: The Boston Bruins’ first draft under new GM Don Sweeney was a horror show. Meanwhile, the Boston media is engaging in yet another smear campaign of a departed Bruin, with recently-traded Dougie Hamilton the victim.

MATCHSTICKS AND GASOLINE: An in-depth examination of the numbers of new Flames defenseman Dougie Hamilton.

MILE HIGH HOCKEY: Ryan Murphy examines the factors behind the Colorado Avalanche trading Ryan O’Reilly to Buffalo.

DIE BY THE BLADE: The Buffalo Sabres drafting Jack Eichel and trading for Ryan O’Reilly and Robin Lehner makes them playoff contenders, but there’s still roster holes to be filled.

BLUESHIRT BANTER: Brandon Cohen with his thoughts on a very busy draft weekend for the New York Rangers.

CANES COUNTRY: Cory Lavalette examines the Carolina Hurricanes trades and selections at the 2015 NHL Draft.

DEFENDING BIG D: Brad Gardner’s take on the Dallas Stars acquiring the rights of goalie Antti Niemi.

BROAD STREET HOCKEY: Travis Hughes approves of how Flyers GM Ron Hextall shed salary by shipping Chris Pronger’s rights to Arizona.

PENSION PLAN PUPPETS: How the NHL Draft feels like a rite of manhood.

GREATEST HOCKEY LEGENDS:  Joe Pelletier has some nifty NHL draft history for you.