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Nick Caamano

Nick Caamano

#17RW,
Bio
Height/Weight: 6' 3"/205 lbs
Born: Ancaster, Canada
Draft: 2016 5th round (146th pick) by the
Shoots: L
  • NHL.com

    State Your Case: Is Matthews or Robertson more prolific?

    Morreale: I realize Matthews isn't currently producing goals with the regularity he did a season ago, when he became the third Toronto player to win the Hart Trophy voted as the NHL most valuable player after leading the League with 60 goals. But that's no reason to think he's lost his touch. Matthews has the best shot in the NHL, so he just needs to get back to putting it to good use.

  • Blackout Dallas

    Did John Klingberg possibly hinder Miro Heiskanen's development?

    Dallas Stars Defense First of all, as it stands, the most common defensive pairings for the Dallas Stars at 5v5 through the 2022-2023 season seem to be the following: Heiskanen – Miller (234 mins) Suter – Lundkvist (193 mins) Lindell – Hakanpaa (183 mins) Other notable 5v5 pairs (over 50 mins played): Suter – Hakanpaa (88 mins) Suter – Heiskanen (79 mins) Lindell – Lundkvist (74 mins) Lindell – Miller (56 mins) Colin Miller’s free agency signing has given Miro Heiskanen a stable and safe partner...

  • Richmond News

    McDavid, Cozens, Robertson named NHL's three stars of the week

    Edmonton Oilers captain Connor McDavid, Buffalo Sabres centre Dylan Cozens and Dallas Stars left-wing Jason Robertson have been named the NHL’s three stars of the week. McDavid led the league with 11 points (five goals, six assists) in four multi-point performances to lead the Oilers to a 3-1-0 week. The two-time reigning NHL scoring champion finished the week with two goals and two assists in a 5-3 win over Montreal on Saturday.