The 2018-19 NHL season is finally here, and there is no shortage of intriguing storylines. Can the Washington Capitals follow up on last year’s magical run with another title? Can the Vegas Golden Knights come anywhere near to replicating the success of its inaugural season? Can the San Jose Sharks finally get over the hump and bring a title to the Bay Area?
One of your potential determining factors for selecting this season’s eventual champs could be to take a look at the oldest and youngest NHL teams.
Do you believe experience wins championships like the three squads tied with an average roster age of 28.7 years old (Kings, Wild, Golden Knights)? Perhaps you’re more into the youth movement, which is the case in Carolina (average age 25.7).
Oldest and Youngest NHL Teams
Here is the average age of every club as the puck drops on the 2018-19 campaign.
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