After leading the league with man-games lost to injury, the Canadiens have nowhere to go but up in 2001-02.
With the Jagr deal complete, it's time for the Penguins to get busy.
Instead of acquiring a veteran NHL goalie, the Pens got Johan Hedberg. In the Corners examines the "new look" Penguins.
Despite missing key players due to injuries, the Blues aren't hitting the panic button -- yet.
Forget the trading games GMs are playing with each other. The better games this week are on the ice.
The Flyers have overcome adversity all season, but can they overcome Simon Gagne's injury?
This week's Breakout looks at games that could give much-needed momentum to several teams.
The Panthers have struggled, but not because they're a bad team.
Check out which players had a good week -- and who stunk -- in ESPN.com's Who's Hot and Who's Not.
The Flyers have several key players out of the lineup, and that places a lot of pressure on goalie Brian Boucher.
Jaromir Jagr scored four goals on the Rangers over the weekend, and now the Rangers have to deal with Paul Kariya and Teemu Selanne.
As part of ESPN.com's offseason series "A Closer Look," we take a look at the Canadiens, where they've been ... and where they're going.