The Flyers first banked on Eric Lindros. Now with Peter Forsberg back, they have a second chance to end their Cup drought.
For New Jersey Devils defenseman Scott Niedermayer, praise is in the engraved name of a Stanley Cup holder.
Most of the shoppers at the NHL trade deadline are after the same thing. But how much are they willing to pay?
Who's for sale on the NHL trade market? Would you believe life-long Ranger Brian Leetch is among the many?
He might not fill Patrick Roy's skates, but David Aebischer is proving he can take the Avalanche to the playoffs.
After a Jekyll-and-Hyde season last year, the Predators are aiming for consistency and the playoffs.
With Dominik Hasek's return to Motown, the next logical question: What will become of Curtis Joseph?
Our intrepid reporter had three forecasts Tuesday -- and is eating three times the crow.
It hasn't happened in six years, but Tuesday's flurry of Game 7s yields some intriguing story lines.
Curtis Leschyshyn, Ottawa's lone Cup winner, believes the Senators have the right focus to go all the way.
Strong power-play and penalty-killing units can take even an ordinary team a long way.
The trade deadline resulted in 24 trades involving 46 players -- and some winners and some losers.
Which teams will be buying and selling at the NHL's trade deadline? For the answer, check the standings.