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Truth By Numbers: Is Patrik Laine becoming a playmaker?
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Patrik Laine has 13 more assists than goals this season and leads the Jets in even strength helpers, so is something foundationally changing in his game? Plus Steve Dangle asks: Is James Reimer having a better season than Frederik Andersen?
Analyzing the Maple Leafs' defensive play and comparing to recent Cup champs
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Why has Canadiens' 2019-20 season gone wrong?
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Are the Montreal Canadiens a bad team? It’s a question that has to be asked after a promising start to the season has slipped away and the Canadiens are now on the road to missing the playoffs for the third straight season.
Truth By Numbers: Malkin's dominance defined by more than just offence
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Every time, Malkin seems to find a new gear when his teammate miss time, and this season is no different as his impact has been about more than just offence.
Leafs' Nylander, Marner red-hot since Keefe's line-change risk
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Can Ilya Kovalchuk be a difference-maker in Canadiens' playoff quest?
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This is Kovalchuk’s chance to resurrect his NHL career and battle for a new contract this summer, so he should be highly motivated to be a difference-maker. The question though, is how likely is he to be able to make that difference?
Truth By Numbers: Can Senators' Anthony Duclair maintain scoring pace?
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How likely it is that Anthony Duclair can continue to find his footing in the NHL and score at a strong pace. Is he an artifact of Ottawa needing someone, anyone to score goals? Andrew Berkshire breaks it down in the latest Truth By Numbers.
Why separating McDavid and Draisaitl isn't the answer to Oilers' depth issues
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Analyzing Taylor Hall's recent play and what deal means for Coyotes, Devils
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With the Taylor Hall sweepstakes officially over, here's what the trade means for the Arizona Coyotes and New Jersey Devils, by the numbers.