With the Stanley Cup playoffs on the verge of concluding

  • It’s only reasonable for hockey fans to speculate on the Karlsson situation. After all, when he’s at the top of his game, the 28-year-old is easily one of league’s best players — a generational talent, that is, who is more than capable of NHL 18 Coins controlling momentum in a manner comparable to Sidney Crosby and Connor McDavid, respectively.

    With the Stanley Cup playoffs on the verge of concluding and the 2018 NHL Entry Draft just around the corner, let’s look at five teams that Karlsson ought to consider signing with.

    “It’s more kind of an evolution of the game itself,” said Philadelphia coach Dave Hakstol, who was hired out of the University of North Dakota in the summer of 2015 and has gotten the Flyers to the playoffs twice in three seasons. “There are so many good people coaching at different levels. For a lot of years it seems that maybe the college-coaching level was maybe bypassed for some of the opportunities. But I think when you look at the quality of coaching in the college game today … there’s some real talented people.”