The Roundup

Updated: January 11, 2018 at 1:01 am by Nation World HQ


Should the Leafs or Oilers chase Shattenkirk, the Canucks point streak affecting long term goals, Dylan Larkin’s struggles, Draisaitl’s fantastic season, Mikael Backlund’s case for the Selke, and more in this week’s Nation Roundup brought to you by Violent Gentlemen.

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.

Note* This article is posted across all Nation Network team sites so comments are an open forum.



The Leafs are in position to make a huge run at Shattenkirk

Leafs have long history of playoff surprises

Report: Blackhawks have checked in on JVR

Matthews is Better Than Expected


Moving Day

Alex Burrows highlights TSN annual `trade bait`list

Canucks recent point streak damaging long term

Canucks plays of the week

The Weekly Prospect Report



TSN ranks Perrault 4th on `trade bait`list

Should Jets give Kyle Connor another look

A look at Mathieu Perrault`s struggles

Jets should change up the Top 4 D


It's over

What`s going on with Dylan Larkin

The Wings are far behind in their thinking

Jimmy Howard on the LTIR


Halfway THere

Where does Mark Giordano stack up All-time

Mikael Backlund’s case for the Selke trophy

How will the Flames replace their free agent defenders

It’s time to play Brett Kulak

Halfway: The playoff chase


Wonder Years

Is Kevin Shattenkirk back on the Oilers radar

Leon Draisaitl`s near perfect season

Puljujarvi in Bakersfield: Shift by shift

Connor: The Wonder Years

Everybody’s Game – Scrap of the week

More from around the Network…

January: 2017 consolidated draft rankings

NHL top to bottom: Contenders and tankers

NHL: Patrick Maroon, Nolan Patrick and fighting mascots

Is Jonathan Toews falling off a cliff


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