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Today's Weekly Question examines which Northeast team has improved the most this summer.

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Now that the draft and the start of free agency have come and gone and hockey fans have seen a few big trades, it's time to ask: which team in the Northeast Atlantic (oops) has improved the most since last season?

Boston Bruins

Additions: Jeremy Smith

Departures: Mike Moore, Jarome Iginla, Andrej Meszaros, Shawn Thornton, Chad Johnson

Buffalo Sabres

Additions: Tyson Strachan, Matt Moulson, Brian Gionta, Cody McCormick, Andrej Meszaros, Josh Gorges

Departures: John Scott, Cory Conacher, Kevin Porter, Christian Ehrhoff,

Detroit Red Wings

Additions: Kevin Porter

Subtractions: David Legwand

Florida Panthers

Additions: Willie Mitchell, Jussi Jokinen, Dave Bolland, Shawn Thornton, Derek MacKenzie, Al Montoya

Subtractions: Jesse Winchester, Scott Clemmensen,

Montreal Canadiens

Additions: Joey MacDonald, Tom Gilbert, Manny Malhotra, PA Parenteau

Subtractions: Louis Leblanc, Nick Tarnasky, Thomas Vanek, Brian Gionta, Josh Gorges, Daniel Briere

Ottawa Senators

Additions: David Legwand, Alex Chiasson

Subtractions: Ales Hemsky, Jason Spezza, Stephane Da Costa

Tampa Bay Lightning

Additions: Brenden Morrow, Jerome Samson, Matthew Corrente, Mike Blunden, Anton Stralman, Jason Garrison, Jeff Costello

Subtractions: Cedric Desjardins, Anders Lindback, Keith Aulie, Mike Kostka, Nate Thompson, B.J. Crombeen, Teddy Purcell,

Toronto Maple Leafs

Additions: Mike Santorelli, Stephane Robidas, Matt Frattin, Roman Polak

Subtractions: Jay McClement, Nikolai Kulemin, Drew MacIntyre, Mason Raymond, Dave Bolland, Carl Gunnarsson