Apr 18, 2014; Tampa, FL, USA; Tampa Bay Lightning defenseman Victor Hedman (77) against the Montreal Canadiens in game two of the first round of the 2014 Stanley Cup Playoffs at Tampa Bay Times Forum. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

Atlantic Division Notes: Subban's Partner, Top Forwards, Hedman

Every Monday we’ll bring you news and notes from FanSided network, focussing on the NHL’s Atlantic Division.

*Cory Buck argues that Sam Reinhart should stay in juniors for another season. I’d give him the first nine games of the season, just to see what he’s got. If he impresses, no reason why he shouldn’t stay in the NHL and continue to push himself instead of facing inferior competition. – Sabre Noise

*Peter Fish says that Scotty Bowman is still the greatest coach in Detroit Red Wings history. Not exactly the strongest of opinions, but hey, at least he’s not wrong. – Octopus Thrower

*Devin Nolf gives his top 10 forward in the Atlantic Division. He got #1 correct, the Boston Bruins are well represented on this list, and the Florida Panthers are not. – The Rat Trick

*Who will be P.K. Subban’s defensive partner and be completely ignored throughout the season? – A Winning Habit

*Dan Herrejon believes that Victor Hedman will be a Norris Trophy finalist this upcoming season. As a big fan of Hedman, I’d have to agree. – Bolts By The Bay

*Top prospects from the Ottawa Senators are doing well at Team Canada Junior Camp. At least something is going well for the Ottawa Senators. – Sen Shot

*Tim Bayer previews how David Booth might do with the Toronto Maple Leafs this season. Apparently, if he can stay healthy, he’s a bottom six forward. At least they’re paying him $4 million less than potential linemate David Clarkson. – Editor In Leaf

*Michael Memmolo says that Loui Eriksson is ready to be on the Boston Bruins top line. You know right, he might be right. – Causeway Crowd

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