Jim Wilkie says Eric Staal is finally living up to fantasy expectations, thanks to the coaching change in Carolina.
Niklas Backstrom continues to be sharp in net, offsetting Minnesota's lack of offense.
Jim Wilkie looks at the status of some players who were deemed reclamation projects heading into the season.
Jim Wilkie profiles Tim Thomas and Mike Smith, both of whom won on Tuesday and should be owned in more leagues.
If Calgary plays with the same determination and intensity next season it will be a team to be reckoned with.
Nikolai Khabibulin joined the ranks of Patrick Roy, Martin Brodeur and Ed Belfour on Monday night.
The Flames will try to get back to the formula that has worked all postseason to come out on top in Game 7.
After 1,318 games, the long and grinding season comes down to a best-of-one Monday night in Game 7.
If the Lightning fail to stop Jarom Iginla in Game 6, he will have an extra award to carry along with the Stanley Cup.
The Predators are coming off their most successful season that included their first playoff appearance.
Florida has already been a rumored destination for Bill Guerin because of the recent hiring of Mike Keenan as GM.
Time could run out on Ville Nieminen and the Flames. Plus, notes on Vincent Lecavalier, John Grahame and more.
Chris Chelios said he wants to keep playing as long as it's fun and as long as he feels able to contribute.
With a style based on team speed, the Lightning fool some opponents into thinking they can be pushed around.
Brad Lukowich has a lot of friends in Calgary asking if he could get them tickets to Games 3 and 4.
It's doubtful Tampa Bay would still be playing without Brad Richards' important contributions.