Andrew Berkshire
Truth By Numbers: Are the Maple Leafs a better team after trading Kadri?
Andrew Berkshire
The Toronto Maple Leafs followed their Cody Ceci trade with a "hockey move" swapping Nazem Kadri and Calle Rosen for Tyson Barrie and Alexander Kerfoot. With what those two players will be charged to replace, are the Maple Leafs a better team today? Andrew Berkshire gets into the numbers.
Analyzing Cody Ceci's game: What will he do for the Maple Leafs?
Andrew Berkshire
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How should Corey Perry be valued as an unrestricted free agent?
Andrew Berkshire
Corey Perry used to be one of the top wingers in the game, but he is now 34 years old and hasn't had a 20-goal season since 2015-16. After the Ducks bought him out he'll be a UFA on July 1, but how should he be valued? Andrew Berkshire drills into the numbers.
Truth by Numbers: Is P.K. Subban on the decline?
Andrew Berkshire
P.K. Subban recently turned 30 years of age and has experienced a lingering back injury. But is he on the decline? Andrew Berkshire dives into the numbers to find out.
Analyzing both sides of the Rangers-Jets Jacob Trouba trade
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Breaking down the trade value of Maple Leafs defender Nikita Zaitsev
Andrew Berkshire
With a potential trade looming, what exactly might the Maple Leafs get in Nikita Zaitsev deal? Is he a diamond in the rough stifled by the role the Maple Leafs forced him into, or simply an average defender? Andrew Berkshire digs into the numbers to find out.
Analyzing what impact an Eriksson-Lucic swap might have on the Oilers
Andrew Berkshire
Now that the Stanley Cup has been handed out, expect the trade rumour mill to pick up. One already out there has Edmonton and Vancouver swapping Milan Lucic and Loui Eriksson and if that happens, how might Eriksson fit in to Edmonton? Andrew Berkshire takes a closer look.
Game 7 X-Factors: Who could swing the series for Bruins, Blues?
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Three UFA risks to be wary of overpaying this summer
Andrew Berkshire
Every year a handful of players tends to get overpaid for what they actually bring to a team on the ice, whether it's due to reputation or a strong playoff performance that's fresh in memory. But this off-season, these are players teams should be wary giving too much money or term to.