How much will the NHL benefit from having its most competitive second round in almost a quarter-century? It's hard to say.
Critics may argue now over who is the best goalie of all time. But after Martin Brodeur's career is over, there won't be any debate at all.
If you can't beat them, become them. Such is the formula in San Jose, where the revamped Sharks have emulated the defending Stanley Cup champion Red Wings' style -- and so far, so good.
A long playoff run last spring followed by an excellent start to this season created unreasonable expectations for the Sens, a team that knows anything less than a Stanley Cup victory this season will represent disappointment.
Another anniversary of the Bertuzzi-Moore incident has come and gone, but have the league and its players really evolved?
NHL rosters have had European players for years. Now, the trend is finally spilling over to leadership roles, writes Damien Cox.
Working with change has not been the Maple Leafs' strong suit, and it's providing more of the same futility for the famed franchise.
Waiting for someone important to say something poignant and alter the course of the CBA proceedings? Don't.
The Americans' collapse against Belarus injected some much needed drama into the World Junior Championship.
Bob Goodenow is lauded for his leadership and criticized for his stubbornness. Can he be both?
With so many questions and so few options, the mind of an NHL free agent is cluttered as never before.