Justin Peters

Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 210
Birth Place: Blyth, Ontario
Draft: 2004 2nd round (38th pick) by the
  • NHL power rankings 2.0: Blackhawks are not backing down

    Here are USA TODAY Sports' NHL power rankings based primarily on the team's start, with some consideration to schedule and level of play. 1. Chicago Blackhawks (4-1-1) Fourth in goals per game and third in goals against. So much for taking a step backward. 2. Los Angeles Kings (4-0-1) Last year’s decline was about Jonathan Quick’s injury, and he’s back. 3. Ottawa Senators (3-0-2) Impressive start for a team playing without Erik Karlsson, who is set to return Tuesday. 4. New Jersey Devils (4-1-0) Are they the NHL’s most improved team? Sample size too small to know for sure, but their start shows they are a team on the rise. 5. Toronto Maple Leafs (4-1-0) Maple Leafs are showing a 1980s offense,

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  • How Stephen Johns might be similar to ex-Stars defenseman Brenden Dillon

    How much are you enjoying Devin Shore on the Power Play? He's seems to be the missing ingredient to the Stars successful man advantage. Could he become a top 2 line player by next year or are the Stars too deep already. Heika: I like pretty much everything Devin Shore does, so I think he's been great. One of the things I've noticed already is that he is very defensive-minded for a forward at the point, and that can help prevent the shorthanded goals that have been a problem in the previous two seasons (29th with 11 last season, 30th with 15 two seasons ago). He's also quick-minded, and you need that on the power play. The good thing about Shore's versatility is that it will allow him to take