Even if Loui Eriksson has a strong bounce-back season, the Boston Bruins have been surpassed by the rival Canadiens as the beasts of the Atlantic Division.
If Predators winger Craig Smith can put together stronger game-to-game consistency, he will break through into the bracket of elite NHL scorers.
For the first time in his life, Cory Schneider is a starting goaltender in the NHL. Between Martin Brodeur’s departure from New Jersey, and Schneider’s new fat contract, there’s no disputing that fact.
Montreal Canadiens forward Alex Galchenyuk could be primed for a breakout season should the Habs stick with their decision to move him to center.
It’s time for Alex Ovechkin to behave like a captain by embracing a two-way, 200-foot game and setting the tone for teammates through effort and example.
Saku Koivu will be remembered as a player who made modern era hockey great through spirited desire, tremendous dedication, and sportsmanly tendencies.
Sit back, grab your popcorn and enjoy the show. The underperforming San Jose Sharks endured a bizarre offseason and will be must-see TV.
This isn’t Ray Bourque leaving Boston in a search a career-fulfilling Stanley Cup. Martin Brodeur is desperately hanging on to a game that’s passed him by.
Sean Hartnett lists his 15 bold predictions for the upcoming 2014-15 NHL season.
New Pittsburgh Penguins head coach Mike Johnston will offer fresh ideas and cerebral in-game adjustments that will transform the underperforming Pens.
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