This article is part of our Frozen Fantasy series.
It's that time of the year. More than 160 countries celebrate Christmas. That's a lot of wish lists.
We can all have hope.
Here's my take on what Santa could bring to each of the 31 NHL teams. Some are pipe dreams. But some would look really, really nice.
One wish per team. OK, a few need a couple to get by.
Anaheim – A team to support John Gibson, one of the NHL's best.
Arizona – Taylor Hall.
Boston – A second-line right winger. Even Ilya Kovalchuk is better than anything they have now.
Carolina – Justin Williams. They have a hole in the top six and Mr. Consistency could fit the bill.
Calgary – $550 million. That new arena can't come soon enough.
Chicago – Peter DeBoer.
Columbus – Goals. Their 79 are barely ahead of Detroit (74) and New Jersey (77).
Dallas – Peter DeBoer. Joe Pavelski needs him. Badly.
Detroit – A win. If not that, then an overtime loss. And Peter DeBoer.
Edmonton – Taylor Hall.
Florida – A Sergei Bobrovsky resurrection. Was he ever really among the league's elite?
Los Angeles – 82 home games. They're worse than Detroit on the road.
Minnesota – CTRL-ALT-DELETE. #reset #blowitup
Montreal – New wheels for Carey Price's