GTD: Fancy Cats, Jacob Trouba, and the Atlantic Division

SAN JOSE, CA - FEBRUARY 15: Aleksander Barkov #16 and Jaromir Jagr #68 of the Florida Panthers look on during the game against the San Jose Sharks at SAP Center on February 15, 2017 in San Jose, California. (Photo by Rocky W. Widner/NHL/Getty Images)
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GTD: Fancy Cats, Jacob Trouba, and the Atlantic Division

Fancy Cats

Don’t look now, but the Florida Panthers are cruising towards the post-season! Well, at the very least they’re making it interesting. The team for the south of the Sunshine State has won five straight, and is 8-1-1 in their last 10 games. But are they for real?

Jacob Trouba

When the Jets and Senators clashed in Canada’s capital, Jake Trouba clashed with Mark Stone. The Winnipeg blueliner blindsided Stone with an ugly hit to the head, as a result he’ll serve a two-game suspension. Is it fair? Should he have got more?

The Atlantic Division

Is there any division as tightly contested as the Atlantic? It seems like every team has at least a semblance of a chance of making the post-season, but which teams are really the most likely? The guys break it down for us.

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Colton Praill
I host my own radio show across Manitoba, CA. When I’m not regaling you with whimsical stories, I’m writing, podcasting, or lamenting the woes of Arsenal, Detroit Lions, and Ottawa Senators fandom.

Nick Seguin
A brand marketer by day, a writer by night. Nick is a lover of all things hockey and a die hard fan of the Detroit Red Wings. With contributions to multiple blogs, Nick is continuing to marry his two passions: writing and hockey.

Graham Anderson
I’m a recent Brock University grad and a huge Blue Jays and Wild fan. I spent two years in the UK and am happy to be back in London Ontario for the 2016-17 MLB playoffs and NHL season.

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