GTD: The NHL’s Dynamic Duos, and Streaking Teams

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BOSTON, MA - NOVEMBER 05: Boston Bruins left wing Brad Marchand (63) congratulates Boston Bruins center Patrice Bergeron (37) on the game's first goal during an NHL regular season game between the New York Rangers and the Boston Bruins on November 5, 2016, at TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts. The Rangers defeated the Bruins 5-2. (Photo by Fred Kfoury III/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)

GTD: The NHL’s Dynamic Duos, and Streaking Teams

It’s another casual episode as the guys sit back and try to come up with some of the best duos in the NHL season, take a look at the intriguing play of two of the Central’s streaking teams, and how the numbers are the inverse of what you would expect. Eventually they get to some big, if surprising news from Graham.

Streaking Teams

The Minnesota Wild and Chicago Blackhawks are two teams trending in completely different directions, but take a look deeper and you’d be shocked to learn that the numbers suggest the same. They just differ on which team should be winning.

NHL’s Dynamic Duos

Every Batman needs a Robin, and together the iconic Dynamic Duo has more than one doppelganger in the National Hockey League. From Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin, to Mikael Granlund and Eric Staal we look at the best duos on the ice.

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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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