Apr 10, 2014; Ottawa, Ontario, CAN; Ottawa Senators defenseman Erik Karlsson (65) during a break in action in the first period at the Canadian Tire Centre. Mandatory Credit: Marc DesRosiers-USA TODAY Sports

Atlantic Division Notes: Palat, Ice Bucket, Hayes

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

*Andrew Thompson predicts the Boston Bruins forward line-up before training camp begins. Not exactly the scariest looking line-up offensively. – Causeway Crowd

*Tim Redinger looks at the right wing situation for the Buffalo Sabres. It’s surprisingly not a terrible situation. – Sabre Noise

*Octopus Thrower is joining the cause and challenging others. The Detroit Red Wings and Colorado Avalanche might not be able to get along on the ice, but everyone is united to fight ALS with ice. – Octopus Thrower

*Should the Florida Panthers look into signing Kevin Hayes? Of course they should, but should Kevin Hayes look into signing with the Florida Panthers? Probably not. – The Rat Trick

*This was the fifth best trade in Montreal Canadiens history since the Wayne Gretzky trade. You probably didn’t even know this trade happened. – A Winning Habit

*Erik Karlsson has the weight of the world on his shoulders. And he’ll probably want to be traded because of it. – Sen Shot

*Dan Herrejon believes that Ondrej Palat can play in the NHL. His rookie campaign certainly proved that right. – Bolts by the Bay

*Vote now on where you think the Toronto Maple Leafs will finish in the Atlantic Division next year. – Editor in Leaf

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