Scott Burnside looks at five storylines to watch for during the second half of the 2013 season.
There must be something about the air -- er, ice -- in New Jersey. The Devils, notorious for reverting to the same names in the coaching rolodex, have welcomed back Jacques Lemaire.
The Canes pulled off two upsets to reach the East finals. The Pens fought through two emotional series. Will either team have trouble getting motivated to play each other?
Both the Devils and Hurricanes brought back familiar names to boost their playoff hopes. But Scott Burnside believes Carolina's strong finish, led by Cam Ward in net, could haunt New Jersey in the playoffs.
As NHL training camps open this week, Scott Burnside gives his burning questions for the Eastern Conference.
At the All-Star break, Scott Burnside reviews the Eastern Conference and predicts how each team will finish the season.
A look at who will be the "hero" and the "villain" in the Hurricanes-Devils series.
Scott Burnside writes that New Jersey has yet to be tested in these playoffs and Carolina will be the challenge the Devils can't overcome.
A day after the NHL commish said the season is slipping away, the NHLPA shrugged its shoulders in resignation.
Instead of fanning the flames, why can't owners and players work on extinguishing a lockout?
The Flyers may actually have a chance this season -- if they can be quiet and pay attention.