There’s nothing like everything coming together at once to create a happy hockey player. Joey Anderson is having a career year for the Toronto Marlies, supassing his previous best in the American Hockey League. And…
New Jersey Devils
Pittsburgh finished tied for first in the Atlantic division with 106 points and was missing Sidney Crosby for half the season and Evgeni Malkin for just less than that. With Malkin coming back with a vengence – impressive in the pre-season so far- and Crosby saying he’ll play again this year, the sky is the limit for the Penguins.
The Atlantic has been established as one of the most explosive offensive divisions in the league and 2010-11 should be no exception.