The Ducks know they haven't played well in Games 1 and 2. They just don't know why.
The Devils are still in awe of Scott Stevens as both a father figure and one of the game's greatest defensemen.
No matter the winner, Game 6 will be the defining moment of the Stars-Ducks series.
Trailing the Mighty Ducks 3-1, the Stars look to the first round for inspiration.
The Ducks worried about losing Game 3? It's not as if they've never lost before.
Trailing the Ducks 2-0, the Stars will need more than just the return of Bill Guerin to win Game 3.
With Curtis Joseph and Patrick Roy out, the Western Conference spotlight shifts to Marty Turco and J-S Giguere.
After Game 3, the Oilers know they can beat the Stars. The Stars? They still know they can beat anyone.
It's still early, but after losing Game 1 at home, the pressure is definitely on Dallas in Game 2.
Detroit is bracing for a Stanley Cup celebration after Game 5. And that's just fine with the Hurricanes.
Raleigh's ESA provides a great atmosphere, but the 'Canes have't been overwhelminly successful there.
Five reasons why the Red Wings will capture Lord Stanley's prize.
Five reasons why the Hurricanes will raise the Stanley Cup.
Five reasons you should want to see the Wings and Leafs play in the Stanley Cup Finals.
A zero-tolerance policy on certain moves will eliminate open season in the playoffs.
Despite slashing their payroll, the Coyotes competed and proved they'll be a force in the future.