| Java on Ice: 2.11.2022 Edition |
Here at Union and Blue, we’re going to do our absolute best to bring you the top NHL reads from around the web on a daily basis. You won’t have to scour the internet for things to read; we’ve got you covered right here. Every morning. Every day.
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Without further delay… your top posts for February 11, 2022.
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2021-22 has been a forgettable season for the Chicago Blackhawks. In his latest over at BlackhawkUp.com, Seth Stauffer breaks down what the team should be looking to do at the trade deadline.
Good stuff here from Mark Scheig at TheHockeyWriters.com. He caught up with a handful of Columbus Blue Jackets players to talk about a variety of subjects.
Awesome areas from our friends over on the mothership FanSided.com site. On the story of a 34-year-old rookie and the perseverance it took to get there.
Former player Lars Eller fielded reader questions over at The Athletic last month, and if you missed it, you should definitely check it out.
Also from The Athletic: Mark Lazerus spoke to a variety of players on subtle skills that fans might not notice while watching hockey games.
The Edmonton Oilers fired Dave Tippett, but Abbey Mastracco of BleacherReport.com thinks that the move might be too little, too late.
More on the Tippett firing. This one is from Colton Pankiw of Yahoo Sports, who believes Ken Holland is actually the one to blame for the Oilers’ struggles.
An interesting angle, as usual, from Greg Wyshynski of ESPN.com, on how Trevor Zegras’ behind-the-net pass is forcing EA Sports’ hand as players try to recreate the dish in-game.