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NHL Storylines to watch for the 2023-24 season: Atlantic Division

Two weeks from Saturday there will be NHL hockey again. 

It’ll be a preseason game in Australia, between the Arizona Coyotes and Los Angeles Kings, but it’ll still be NHL action. And storylines for the 2023-24 NHL season will commence. 

This week and next at EP Rinkside, let’s take a look division-by-division at some of the league-wide storylines that’ll be worth watching this season. Today let's look at the Atlantic Division. 

Note: Teams are listed in order of divisional standings from last season.

Boston Bruins – Boston famously pieced together the finest regular season in NHL history, cruised by everyone, and then crashed out in the first round against the Florida Panthers. 

The offseason featured a mass exodus, highlighted by the retirements of David Krejci and Patrice Bergeron, meaning Bo

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