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The Detroit Red Wings were one of the most battered and bruised teams last season. They lost a number of key players to injuries and as a result, barely qualified for the players and were quickly ushered out by the Boston Bruins in just five games. But as the 2014-15 season approaches, a lot of bettors are wondering just how good they could be if everyone stayed healthy. Let’s take a look.

 
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Goaltenders are typically a hot commodity in the NHL but as we move past the mid-point of the offseason, there’s a pair of veteran netminders still looking for work. Both Martin Brodeur and Tim Thomas have backstopped teams to Stanley Cups before but neither are signed as of right now. Is it time for them to retire?

 
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For the first time in two offseasons, Nashville Predators goaltender Pekka Rinne has been able to work out fully. Hip issues hampered him in both 2012 and 2013, and it’s effected his performance on the ice.

 
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The Florida Panthers were one of the busiest teams in the NHL this offseason and on Friday, crossed another item off their to-do list which upped their betting odds of winning next season.

 
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The NHL Draft and free agency have been quite a whirlwind for hockey fans. Now that things have quieted down a little bit, let’s take a look at some props for 2014-15. Bovada’s has some odds up on whether the Canadian teams will make the playoffs and there appears to be some good value on the board.

 
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The 2013-14 NHL season starts on Wednesday, October 4th. We’re taking an early look at the NHL odds, projecting some lines and examining whether there’s any value betting the lines well in advance. Here’s a look at the four opening night matchups:

 
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July 1st was a huge day in the NHL as free agency began. Teams spent over a half-billion dollars on players. Here are the big winners and losers on that front, along with some trade news as well.

 
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It was a very weak free agency period for the Eastern Conference, and I don’t see the playoff picture changing much this coming season. I have seven of the eight same teams returning to the party minus the New York Rangers, who are replaced by the New Jersey Devils.

 
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The Western Conference is clearly the stronger of the two sides in the NHL. As powerful and deep as it is, it is quite top-heavy. Before making your NHL Future Playoff picks, we invite you to check out our predictions.

 
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If you’re looking for blueliners, this is not a good offseason for you and your team. The crop is thin and some marginal talent is likely to get overpaid. Nonetheless, here’s a look at the top defensemen who will hit free agency on July 1st.

 
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