Jeff Carter’s trade value…Defending Oilers management…Wondering if Bruce Boudreau deserves a Jack Adams award nomination…Talking about the trap…A suggestion for the Senators to sign Marty Turco…Remembering Brendan Burke…A chance to win Hockey Day in Canada prize packs…Other unfair home ice advantages.
THE SPORTS BANK: Ed Cmar examines Jeff Carter’s trade value and potential trade partners for the Blue Jackets.
THE COPPER & BLUE: A defense of Oilers GM Steve Tambellini and team president Kevin Lowe.
BACKHAND SHELF: Cam Charron wonders if Anaheim Ducks head coach Bruce Boudreau deserves a nomination for coach of the year honors. Not this season, but if the Ducks carry over their improvement under Boudreau this season into next, then he’ll be a worthy nominee next year.
GONE PUCK WILD: Talking about how the trap works, as well as how to beat it. Sadly, there aren’t many teams with the speed and skills to defeat the trap.
THE STRANGEST ONE OF ALL: Scotty Wazz believes Senators coach Paul MacLean lacks confidence in backup Alex Auld, and suggests signing Marty Turco, though acknowledging the risk he could be plucked off waivers by a rival team.
GREATEST HOCKEY LEGENDS: Find out how you can win a Scotiabank Hockey Day in Canada prize pack.
DOWN GOES BROWN: Other ways NHL teams get an unfair home ice advantage.