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• John Carlson‘s Norris Trophy campaign has already begun. (TSN.ca)
• The Sabres’ depth issues is being hidden by a really high shooting percentage. (Buffalo News)
• The Blues can overcome the loss of Vladimir Tarasenko short-term, but how do they fill that void long-term? (The Hockey News)
• PHT’s Adam Gretz breaks down Kris Letang‘s great start. (Pensburgh)
• How should Islanders fans feel about their team’s strong start? (Gotham Sports Network)
• The Wild need Jordan Greenway to go ‘beast mode” a little more regularly. (Pioneer Press)
• Losing Gabriel Landeskog could affect where Colorado lands in the Central Division. (Sporting News)
• Dougie Hamilton has done a good job in a lead role on the ‘Canes blue line. (Sportsnet)
• There’s a lot of NHL teams that are off to scary starts. (The Guardian)
• The Nashville Predators have a Kyle Turris problem they have to deal with. (A to Z Sports Nashville)
• A life-changing injury prepared Kevin Hayes for Philadelphia. (NBC Sports Philly)
• NHL players rely on ticket sales to get paid. (Seattle Times)
• Who do the Coyotes have on their radar in the 2020 NHL Draft? (Five For Howling)
• Three players need to be consistent for the Flyers to have sustained success. (Puck Prose)
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