Andrew Berkshire
Truth By Numbers: How the Bruins and Blues got to Stanley Cup Final
Andrew Berkshire
In St. Louis we have a new team in the final that came from the bottom of the standings. In Boston, we have a team that's been here a couple times before in recent seasons. Andrew Berkshire looks at the strengths that brought both of them to the Stanley Cup Final.
Analyzing Erik Karlsson: Is the UFA-to-be in decline?
Andrew Berkshire
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Analyzing three big questions facing the Winnipeg Jets this off-season
Andrew Berkshire
After falling well short of expectations this season, the Winnipeg Jets face a cap crunch and some very difficult questions to answer. Andrew Berkshire drills into three of the most important ones and tries to navigate a way forward.
Truth By Numbers: Who has the edge in the Conference Finals?
Andrew Berkshire
The Conference Finals are under way, with Carolina and Boston facing off in the East, while St. Louis and San Jose clash in the West. Andrew Berkshire breaks down the numbers to see who has the edge in each matchup.
Why Miro Heiskanen is the Dallas Stars' ultimate X-Factor
Andrew Berkshire
Why this year's Carolina Hurricanes were finally able to break through
Andrew Berkshire
The Carolina Hurricanes had been a popular pre-season pick to surprise and get to the playoffs for a couple years, but despite their strong shot numbers they always fell short. So what has changed about this year's team, which is two wins away from the Eastern Conference final?
Truth By Numbers: First round takeaways and Nathan MacKinnon's dominance
Andrew Berkshire
Andrew Berkshire takes a quick look back at the first round, with some takeaways for all eight winners and what it means for their chances in Round 2. And in the spotlight, Nathan MacKinnon's absolute dominance of the Flames is in focus.
Analyzing how and why the Maple Leafs lost again to the Bruins
Andrew Berkshire
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Bruins' top-line struggles providing Maple Leafs a golden opportunity
Andrew Berkshire
To say that the Boston Bruins' top-line struggles are surprising would be a gigantic understatement, as Patrice Bergeron, Brad Marchand and David Pastrnak have easily been the best line in the NHL for several years.