Concerns facing the Tampa Bay Lightning, reaction to Jeremy Jacobs winning the Lester Patrick Trophy, the curious case of Brock Nelson and much more in today’s collections of hockey-blogging goodness.
THE HOCKEY WRITERS: Mike Nicciai lists three concerns facing the Tampa Bay Lightning in the upcoming season.
BROAD STREET HOCKEY: Travis Hughes consider it a farce that Boston Bruins owner Jeremy Jacobs, among the men responsible for three NHL lockouts, was awarded the Lester Patrick Trophy for outstanding service to hockey.
THE CANNON: Jeff Little with an abject lesson on the quality of fandom.
LIGHTHO– USE HOCKEY: Dan Saraceni explains why New York Islanders winger Brock Nelson lacks arbitration rights this year.
NUCKS MISCONDUCT: Were the moves made this summer by Vancouver Canucks GM Jim Benning really worth getting upset over?
WINGING IT IN MOTOWN: Detroit Red Wings defenseman Niklas Kronwall could be in an accelerated decline.
NHL NUMBERS: Cam Lewis with the winners, losers and everyone in between of the NHL’s 2015 offseason.
PUCK DADDY: Ryan Lambert examines how well right-handed defensemen fare compared to lefthanders.