With the free agent frenzy dwindling to a free agent fizzle, Rob Vollman looks at which teams helped themselves the most this offseason, and which lost the most production from their previous campaign.
Robert Vollman ranks the NHL teams that have added and lost the most talent during the 2011 offseason, with the Washington Capitals earning the distinction of most improved.
Hockey Prospectus examines the top postseason performances by rookies since 1998.
Hockey Prospectus explores the importance of having a deep roster in the 2011 Stanley Cup playoffs.
With the NHL trade deadline rapidly approaching, Robert Vollman of Hockey Prospectus evaluates the worst trades of all time and the lessons current teams can draw from them.
Puck Prospectus predicts the top 10 breakout players this year, including two key players on the Red Wings and Flyers.
With no All-Star Game this season, Puck Prospectus offers its take on what the rosters should look like.
Sheer numbers indicate the Boston Bruins put the most shutdown players on the ice every night. Will that translate into a 2009 Stanley Cup championship?
Getting points from your blue line has always been seen as an advantage. But having a pair of elite puck-moving defensemen could be the key to the Stanley Cup.
In playoff overtimes, role players, not stars, shoulder the load.