The Minnesota Wild have already made one big trade, and with plenty of salary cap room they will be in the market to add more help at the deadline, writes Craig Custance.
After a summer of turmoil, the San Jose Sharks are healing from the wounds as a team, writes Craig Custance.
Auditions: Five UFAs-to-be will light it up while trying to get better deals for next season, writes ESPN The Magazine's Craig Custance.
Even greatness becomes ordinary when you watch Jonathan Quick make amazing saves every day, Craig Custance writes.
The Kings-Rangers series is such a doozy that it prompted us to rank the top 10 series from the past 20 years. ESPN The Magazine's Craig Custance takes it on.
Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist says the crease-crashing goal by Dwight King shouldn't have counted, Craig Custance writes.
Kings defenseman Drew Doughty turned his anger for an early giveaway into motivation for redemption, and the win was a result, Craig Custance writes.
The Kings' Drew Doughty is making a strong case for a defenseman to win the Conn Smythe award this year, writes ESPN The Magazine's Craig Custance.
The United States' men's hockey team named the Minnesota Wild's Zach Parise captain for the coming Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, with teammate Ryan Suter and Kings forward Dustin Brown named the alternates.
In ESPN The Magazine's NBA Preview Issue, Craig Custance reveals the five things you need to know about San Jose Sharks forward Logan Couture.
Craig Custance breaks down the tactics and tendencies of every 2013 Stanley Cup Playoff team with the help of rival players, coaches and scouts.
Marian Hossa sent a message to his coach, his teammates and the league that he is back from the concussion that abruptly ended his season this past April, writes Craig Custance.
Anze Kopitar of the reigning Stanley Cup champion Los Angeles Kings suffered a minor knee injury Saturday while playing in Sweden and is expected to miss three weeks, Kings GM Dean Lombardi confirmed.
Kings forward Dustin Brown has become the latest high-profile NHL player headed to Switzerland during the NHL lockout.
Jonathan Quick was the one constant for the Kings all season, but the individual awards aren't what drive him to be great, writes Craig Custance.