The Atlantic Division gets predicted on!
The Columbus Blue Jackets don’t have a storied history of top prospects, but the young man from Port Moody is just that.
Resident jersey guru Burkus Circus kicks off his predictions for the next round of throwbacks.
A defenseman frequently getting injured while wearing the #27? Let’s hope this one turns out differently.
The sixth overall pick in 2022 immediately landed in the top five.
There’s been a lot of hype around the arrival of the Russian and the time for him to prove himself is now.
Plus, the NHL Network ranks the top 20 defensemen
The French forward will be absent from the 2022-23 season
Let’s got some more good goals next year, yes?
The big Russian will continue to develop with the Cleveland Monsters while we wait to find out.
With the announcement that he will not be joining the club for the forthcoming season, let’s take a look at who could replace his role in the lineup?
Mateychuk is supremely gifted as a playmaker, but needs to round out the rest of his game.
Peeke solidified his place in the lineup last season, but needs to improve upon his performance
The diminutive defenseman dominated
Plus, Kent Johnson dominates the WJC
Plus more of this week’s links
His defense needs to improve, but the young defenseman has the skill to play big minutes in the NHL.
Does the defenseman fit in the team’s long term plans?
Will the Columbus Blue Jackets be a vastly improved team next season or will mediocrity rear its ugly head?
Will 2022-23 be the season the Swede breaks through?
Del Bel Belluz has the hands and distribution skills, but his skating is a concern. Can he develop into the center the franchise so badly needs him to be?
And give the young prospects a chance to play
Voronkov will play out his KHL contract this year before heading to North America
From bubble brilliance to wounded woe