After 113 days of CBA, HRR, he said-he said temper tantrums, make whole and general unpleasantness, the NHL lockout is finally over. Which means, the nastiness can now go where it belongs. On the ice. Because of the lockout, the league has reduced its schedule to a 48 game season. This won’t be a marathon. This will be a sprint. A fast start is vital for success. Teams must stay healthy and hope to the hockey gods they have a hot goalie to ride them to the Stanley Cup. To be honest, I’m not 100% certain what to expect so I’m not confident in my predictions. But I’ll try my best. Here we go.
1. Pittsburgh Penguins
The Penguins seem to have it all. A healthy Sidney Crosby. The reigning MVP in Evgeni Malkin. A stud defenceman in Kris Letang. And plenty of motivation after a harsh first…
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