Gauging the NHL’s Central Division: Connor Bedard is the future, but who are the contenders now?

Gauging the NHL’s Central Division: Connor Bedard is the future, but who are the contenders now?

While the No. 1 pick finds his footing, the Stars and Avalanche should remain the cream of the crop. Who else is fit for a playoff run?


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