Matthew Coller of Hockey Prospectus breaks down which teams are in need of goalies, and who might fill those voids. He sees Buffalo goalie Ryan Miller as a possibility in St. Louis due to the inconsistency of Brian Elliott and Jaroslav Halak.
Every season there comes a time when the Sharks look like world beaters ... and then the playoffs start and San Jose's season is cut short of a Cup. Can this year be any different? Craig Custance explores the question.
In the latest edition of Player Power Rankings from Tom Awad of Hockey Prospectus, the Ottawa Senators get their turn in the spotlight with two top-five skaters, and Pekka Rinne makes an appearance as the No. 4 goalie.
ESPN Insider Craig Custance writes that the deal sending goalie Ben Bishop from the St. Louis Blues to the Ottawa Senators further thins a goalie market that was lacking an abundance of quality options to begin with.
In the latest edition of Player Power Rankings from Tom Awad of Hockey Prospectus, Pittsburgh's Evgeni Malkin remains the top skater, and Henrik Lundqvist keeps his spot as the top goalie. Two new goalies join the top five.
Alvin Chang looks at how the St. Louis Blues have created a Stanley Cup contender. Unlike most teams that rebuild through top-10 picks, the Blues have rebuilt through mid-first-round and second-round picks.
Corey Pronman provides his reasoning for who should be the No. 1 pick in the NHL draft. If the Avalanche keep the top selection, which player fits best between Nathan MacKinnon, Jonathan Drouin or Seth Jones?