How the heck did Mike Keenan get another job, let alone with the club that most recently fired him?
The Sabres have three games to make up three points on the Islanders for the final playoff spot in the East.
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New York is facing a collapse not seen since ... well, last season, as Buffalo makes a late-season charge.
Olli Jokinen is determined not to repeat last season when he had four goals and two assists in the final 17 games.
Teams in the Southeast division will have to decide if they are buyers or sellers in the trade market.
The Rangers have been capable but underachieving since Glen Sather took over as GM on June 1, 2000.
Edmonton's No. 1 goalie and highest-paid player is starting to look more like his old self again after a poor start.
Considering he plays behind a young and inexperienced defense, Roberto Luongo's play has been exceptional.
Boston center Joe Thornton isn't fond of the star treatment he's been getting from opponents lately.
Thanks to an intense series in last season's playoffs, the Blues and Canucks are building a dislike for each other.
A 4-7-2 start and a 1-4-1 home record by the Panthers has brought the beast back out Mike Keenan.
A problems that plagued the Panthers last season, the lack of shots, is creeping up again.
Nothing short of a Stanley Cup will do for Ottawa, which still has one of the strongest lineups in the NHL.