Playoff Picks, Round 3

Jonathan Willis
May 13 2012 05:47PM

It's been an unpredictable playoffs.  As it stands, 12 series have been concluded.  None of our entrants to date have pegged more than seven correctly, and our average is sitting between four and five.

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Nation Radio - May 12, 2012

NationRadio
May 13 2012 10:30AM

 

 

The hot topic this week was the launch of the Nation Network's newest project NHLNumbers blog. Derek Zona, Kent Wilson and others stopped by to talk about how the new site came to be as well as what readers can expect from it down the road. In addition, Ben Massey called in to talk the Oilers and Edmonton FC while Kent Simpson updates us on the Oil Kings playoff march.

This is Nation Radio.

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Cheers and Jeers - May 11th

Cam Davie
May 11 2012 11:44AM


The Good and the Bad of this past week.

It's Friday. So we close out the "Week That Was" with our latest volume of... "Cheers and Jeers!"

This week, I marvel at the embarrassment of US Hockey and Ron MacLean, while I extend the contracts of Deadspin and bountiful courage of Jason Botchford.

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The Good The Bad and History Repeating?

Marda Miller
May 10 2012 02:59PM


Ilya Brygalov and Dave Coulier - separated at birth.

This is a weekly feature that will highlight The Good, The Bad and The *fill in the blank* exciting things that are currently happening in the NHL. The Flyers and Predators are the latest playoff casualties and off season surgeries have begun. Ah the smell of summer is in the air.

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Is Jordan Schroeder Ready to Fill in for Kesler?

Thomas Drance
May 10 2012 12:33PM


This picture marks the only time in recorded history that Mike Gillis has appeared droll.

Following the Cody Hodgson trade this past February, and the recent news that Ryan Kesler went under the knife again this week (and will need "four to six months" for rehabilitation) Jordan Schroeder has essentially found a golden ticket to the big leagues in his offseason chocolate bar.

Kesler's injury opens up a gaping hole at pivot in the top-six, and while Maxim Lapierre finished the season as the club's fourth winger, there is no one in the organization as well suited to assume Kesler's position in the short-term, as the Canucks hope Jordan Schroeder is. Jordan Schroeder impressed when I watched him this past season, and by the numbers improved in every facet of the game, but will he really be ready to fill in for Ryan Kesler in a prescribed role this October? 

We'll take a closer look after the jump.

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