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.
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.