The Roundup

Updated: January 11, 2018 at 2:36 am by Nation World HQ

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Trade deadline winners and losers, the Tank is really on in Toronto, Canucks hang onto Hamhuis amidst criticism, Jets have no Captain, Flames fleece the Stars, Todd McLellan goes Ham, the world’s best unsigned prospect, World Cup rosters and more in this week’s Nation Roundup brought to you by DraftKIngs.

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In the Roundup we go around the Nation Network and give you some of the best articles of the last couple weeks. Every once in a while it’s good to know what other teams are doing, or maybe you find an interesting article you wouldn’t have found otherwise. (Posted across all Nation Network team sites)

Leafs schedule could assist in ‘Tanking’

Death, taxes and Marlies coach Sheldon Keefe landing NHL job

James Reimer: Heck of a run in Toronto

Canucks deadline: Easy to analyze, tough to stomach

Hamhuis was willing to go to Chicago or Dallas

How Kris Russell going to the Stars affects the Canucks

Ladd trade: Getting to know Marko Dano

Jets: Marko Dano Highlights

Brodie and Giordano not named to Team Canada roster…..yet?

Just how low could the Flames finish this season?

GM Treliving: “We’re gonna cheer like crazy for the Dallas Stars”

Kris Russell trade: Who are Jyrki Jokipakka and Brett Pollock?


Chiarelli: A glance at the Oilers blueprint?

A great story: Brandon Davidson

Justin Schultz: Gone Now

McLellan goes ‘Ham’ – Scrap of the week

More from around the Network…

Trade deadline: Central division winners and losers

Trade deadline: Pacific division winners and losers

THR: The Pacific War Room

Meet Anatoly Golyshev: Maybe the worlds best unsigned prospect

Spring training is underway at the Nations first baseball site