The Roundup

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All your post trade deadline news, Maple Leafs drama, Giordano’s Norris chances squashed, the Oilers GM, new players on new teams and more in this week’s Roundup.

In the Roundup we go around the Nation Network and give you some of the best articles of the last couple weeks. Every once in a while it’s good to know what other teams are doing, or maybe you find an interesting article you wouldn’t have found otherwise.

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How Kessel treats the media shouldn’t impact coverage of his play, but it should shape how we view his media criticism.

Leafs after the deadline: They finally won something

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Canucks GM Jim Benning speaks after trade deadline: What it all means

First look: Sven Baertschi

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Who is Andrej Sekera

Kings playoffs hopes riding on other teams

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Flames: A bad week

Are Mark Giordano’s Norris Trophy dreams over?

2 Flames owners on Forbes 2015 Billionaires list

Stats: Why we do what we do

Jets: Why weak penalty killers are still sometimes worth using

I thought you all loved Dallas Eakins

The Craig MacTavish defense

Hockeyfights.com – Scrap of the week

CRASHED ICE IN EDMONTON

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Red Bull Crashed Ice is coming to Edmonton, and will be shaking up the downtown core on March 13th and 14th. This is the first time the event has landed in Edmonton, and spectators will be treated to a great weekend of free entertainment.

Edmonton’s massive urban ice track will weave its way from within the city centre all the way down to Edmonton’s River Valley. Stretching an enormous 415 metres from top to bottom, with a 45m vertical drop and 9 turns, Edmonton’s track will showcase skaters’ strength, speed, and technique like never before.