Here are the regular-season MVP choices for all of the NHL's 30 teams -- the good, the bad ... and the Islanders.
The Oilers' mad dash to the playoffs fell short last season, but will this young squad be able to get over the hump in 2008-09? The team, and the city, are hoping.
In this time of possibilities and unbridled optimism, there are some who are already feeling the warm glow of the hot seat. Taken team by team, they would be ...
Late-season pushes are nothing new to Edmonton. And while the odds are against the Oilers this time around, one still can't bet against them.
As hockey fans celebrated during the recent Hockey Weekend Across America, we should remember that such an event would have been possible without "Badger" Bob Johnson.
It's the holiday season, and George Johnson is in a giving mood. Here is his wish list for all 30 NHL teams.
The Anaheim Ducks are well aware of the Stanley Cup Hangover theory, but what are the defending champs doing to right a less-than-stellar title defense?
Jean-Sebastien Giguere started off the playoffs with a scare. Now, back on the ice, he's putting in one of the playoffs' best performances so far.
Calgary hobbled into the postseason, clinching the eighth seed despite a four-game skid. Does it have a chance vs. Detroit? The Flames believe anything is possible.
Think you saw tears in Edmonton? George Johnson says Flames fans could face the same fate with Iginla and the Kipper.
As ol' Mess had another jersey retired, here are 10 players George Johnson believes are just as deserving of such an honor.
Wowed by the Ducks' and Sabres' strong starts? George Johnson says that's nothing compared to the feat of the 1976-77 Habs.
While some marvel over Crosby and expect Jagr to score, Jarome Iginla is (quietly) showing why he is the game's best power forward.
Are the Edmonton Oilers one-hit wonders? George Johnson found out that the team's players certainly don't think so.
One game has suddenly turned the Oilers-Sharks series into an honest-to-goodness battle, writes George Johnson.
The Sens remind us of another team, the old Oilers. But Ottawa has to win Cups before there's a true comparison.