Weekly Question Northeast Improvement

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

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

Which team has improved the most?

Boston Bruins1
Buffalo Sabres161
Detroit Red Wings1
Florida Panthers87
Montreal Canadiens12
Ottawa Senators37
Tampa Bay Lightning111
Toronto Maple Leafs2

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