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For those who have placed at the top of this year’s ranking, a successful combination of these critical tasks has taken place.

In fact, after the Olympics the folks at Access Hollywood even tried to fix her up with Gronk, which didn’t go over very well.

Now, though, if the rumors are true, Vonn has finally found her next athlete boyfriend in Nashville Predators superstar PK Subban.

Even if, despite nine points in his past 17 postseason games, Nash has gotten a bit of a negative reputation in the playoffs. 10ABOUT THE SAME: Could the Capitals have used an addition to their blue line? But this is the team, this is their probable division regular-season finish, and this is their second-round series against the Penguins. Getting Derick Brassard was a coup for GM Jim Rutherford, especially since George Mc Phee, his counterpart in Vegas, was nice enough to pick up part of the tab. Let's see what Ken Holland (or the next GM) does with it. 27FURTHER: Being unable to gin up anything more than one offer on Maroon at a deadline when so many other wingers were in a play was tough to swallow.

But then again, Brassard isn't the first guy to leave 40 percent of his salary in Vegas. 11ABOUT THE SAME: They pick up Petr Mrazek out of necessity, because of goalie injuries, and then add what's left of Johnny Oduya. But for now, the Sharks have a key addition to their top line for a reasonable cost. 17 FURTHER: The Ducks made a move up our power rankings, but not at the deadline. In the short term, a veteran team could have used a boost before the postseason, in a conference where seemingly everyone else got one. 14CLOSER: Wow, who would have had the Devils as deadline buyers back in October? 16FURTHER: The Calgary Flames got a recent injury scare with goalie Mike Smith, and decided to roll with what they have between the pipes rather than get an insurance policy. Our voters were clearly not impressed by GM Doug Armstrong declaring, via the Paul Stastny trade, that the team wasn't good enough to contend for a Cup. 19FURTHER: You have to be in it to win it, and the Hurricanes did nothing at the deadline to better their chances of making the Stanley Cup playoffs this season -- much to their fans' frustration. But hey, at least he's probably headed back to Edmonton. 26ABOUT THE SAME: Still waiting for that ultimate decision on Max Pacioretty as either a building block for a contender or being turned into parts to build one. 28FURTHER: How does one not get at least a draft pick at the deadline?

The contenders, pretenders and lottery fodder are clear at this point. Higher-ranked teams are favored over lower-ranked teams. Ryan Mc Donagh gives the Lightning two defensive pairings that could be a top pairing for most teams in the NHL. They'd be even closer with Erik Karlsson, but this is great, too. 5CLOSER: Ryan Hartman is already paying dividends, and could be the right wing the Predators need (even if he cost them a first-round pick). But the trade deadline was the time to add something to the blue line for a playoff run, and the Leafs didn't.

Some teams are all-in on trying to capture glory in the short term. A run of wins doesn't guarantee a jump, and a couple of losses doesn't guarantee a fall. Bringing back Mike Fisher as a fourth-liner (and general locker room good dude) doesn't hurt either. 1 ABOUT THE SAME: Does Tomas Tatar move the Knights any closer to the Cup than they already were? He'll help, but it's still the totality of the team effort that's the difference. (In their defense, Mike Green opting out of a trade to Toronto didn't help matters.)Record: 38-15-8 Week 20 Ranking: No. In any event, it wasn't working, and this new approach was a necessary reset button. 22ABOUT THE SAME: Getting that first-rounder for Ryan Hartman was the first step in a rather long journey to fine-tune this roster. 21FURTHER: The Islanders didn't do much of anything to increase their playoff chances.As a potential contender, it is virtually impossible to achieve and sustain success without possessing a wealth of exceptional young talent.If an NHL organization does not retain the prospects necessary to ensure long-term prosperity, a state of perpetual ineptitude lays in wait.Olympic skiing champion Lindsey Vonn likes dating athletes. When you’re as fit she is, you gotta get a man who can keep up.And if he just so happens to be somebody incredibly famous who understands what it’s like to be recognized everywhere you go—like, say, Tiger Woods—well, that’s just icing on the cake I guess.According to , a “trusted source” says Lindsey’s “been spending a bit of time in Nashville lately and last night was spotted out in Denver with him after the Preds/Avs game.” I don’t know how much time Lindsey has been spending in Nashville, but she certainly was in Denver on Sunday to see the Preds demolish the Avs 5-0 and advance to the second round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs.

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