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Milestones eclipsed by Jets players in 2016-2017

A total of 21 players reached career milestones during last year's campaign

by Mitchell Clinton @MClinton007 / WinnipegJets.com

From first NHL goals for Patrik Laine, Kyle Connor, Josh Morrissey, and Brandon Tanev, to the night captain Blake Wheeler picked up his 500th career NHL point, there was no shortage of special moments, with more to come in 2017-2018!

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By the Numbers: Niklas Kronwall

Maintenance of the knee limits Kronwall both in practices and games

by Dana Wakiji @Dwakiji / DetroitRedWings.com

By the Numbers will highlight the Red Wings on-ice accomplishments in the 2016-17 season. Each week during the off-season, By The Numbers will profile a different player on the team, focusing on their statistical highs. This week we focus on forward defenseman Niklas Kronwall.

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31 in 31

Ottawa Senators fantasy preview for 2017-18

Where to draft Karlsson up for debate; Hoffman among most underrated forwards

by Ben Zweiman @BZweimanNHL / NHL.com Staff Writer

As part of NHL.com's 31 in 31 series, our fantasy hockey staff is breaking down each team's fantasy landscape. Fantasy-relevant players are listed in order of rank in NHL.com's top 250. Today, we look at the Ottawa Senators. 

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Top Players

#NHLTopPlayers: Top 20 Centers

NHL Network reveals best of current crop

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Winning an important faceoff, leading the rush up the ice and setting up teammates make up the hallmark of a top center. NHL Network experts chose the top 20 centers in the League for a special program to be broadcast during the summer. Here is their list:

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Short Shifts

Lindholm's adorable puppy can fit inside one of his skates

Ducks defenseman shares heart-melting photo of new dog

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Add Hampus Lindholm's new puppy to the list of adorable NHL dogs.

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New York Rangers key statistics

Shattenkirk best D-man in NHL on power play; Lundqvist still good enough

by Rob Vollman / NHL.com Correspondent

NHL.com is providing in-depth analysis for each of its 31 teams throughout August. Today, three key statistics for the New York Rangers.

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New York Rangers fantasy preview for 2017-18

Shattenkirk will be big part of power play; Zibanejad could break out after departure of Stepan

by David Satriano @davidsatriano / NHL.com Staff Writer

As part of NHL.com's 31 in 31 series, our fantasy hockey staff is breaking down each team's fantasy landscape. Fantasy-relevant players are listed in order of rank in NHL.com's top 250. Today, we look at the New York Rangers:

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Three questions facing New York Rangers

Depth at center, backup goalie among concerns

by Dan Rosen @drosennhl / NHL.com Senior Writer

NHL.com is providing in-depth analysis for each of its 31 teams throughout August. Today, three questions facing the New York Rangers.

The New York Rangers have played 98 Stanley Cup Playoff games since 2011, the most in the NHL. The only banner they have to show for that success is for having won the Eastern Conference in 2014.

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Inside look at New York Rangers

Ability of Zibanejad, Hayes to step up key to success

by Dan Rosen @drosennhl / NHL.com Senior Writer

NHL.com is providing in-depth roster, prospect and fantasy analysis for each of its 31 teams throughout August. Today, the New York Rangers.

The New York Rangers should be fueled with motivation and loaded with opportunity heading into training camp next month.

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Three questions facing New Jersey Devils

Overcoming loss of Zajac, play of Schneider among concerns

by Mike G. Morreale @mikemorrealeNHL / NHL.com Staff Writer

NHL.com is providing in-depth analysis for each of its 31 teams throughout August. Today, three questions facing the New Jersey Devils.

The arrival of center Nico Hischier, the No. 1 pick in the 2017 NHL Draft, veteran center Brian Boyle and forward Marcus Johansson this offseason has given the New Jersey Devils reason for optimism.

"We're adding players, trying to build the organization the right way, and that takes time," coach John Hynes said. "We weren't happy how competitive our team was last year, so I think the step that needs to be taken this year is that the team has to be an extremely competitive team every night to give our fans an opportunity to be proud of what's on the ice."

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