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Mc David captured the Hart Trophy, Art Ross Trophy and Ted Lindsay Award in just his second NHL season, but he wants to improve in some areas.

"You definitely want to keep your game well-rounded, but there are areas you can get better at and shot for me is the first objective," he said. Being solid in your own zone, being a good faceoff guy, those are things that are all important as you go deep in the playoffs." He potted 30 goals on 251 shots last season.

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Hockey Canada announced the day before that most of the team would come from players in Europe and they were seeking non-NHL talent.

"It would have been a special group, and you're just hopeful to be a part of it," Mc David said. You want to be able to represent your country on the highest stage, and the Olympics is obviously the highest stage possible." If you're wondering why it kicks in at that time, it's likely because that's when he would have been eligible to enter the UFA market if not for his recently signed eight-year, $100 million deal that runs through 2025-26.

It's not surprising to see him get a no-movement clause as a part of that contract and the Oilers probably won't have any desire to trade him anyways if his first two NHL seasons are any indication of his future.

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