There’s no sugar-coating it – the Seattle Kraken trudged through an underwhelming inaugural season in which they finished 30th overall. Rather than being in the midst of a competitive playoff run, the newly-minted franchise is more concerned with which top prospect will be chosen to join the organization at the 2022 NHL Entry Draft.
Despite the massive disappointment that was the 2021-22 campaign, all hope is not lost. The four Eastern (Tampa Bay Lightning and New York Rangers) and Western Conference (Colorado Avalanche and Edmonton Oilers) finalists can be used as guides on how to build a legitimate Stanley Cup contender. So, let’s dig into four crucial lessons that the Kraken
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