Jim Wilkie takes a look around the league and wonders what the Devils will do when Martin Brodeur returns from injury.
After 1,318 games, the long and grinding season comes down to a best-of-one Monday night in Game 7.
Chris Chelios said he wants to keep playing as long as it's fun and as long as he feels able to contribute.
The Flyers and Maple Leafs have developed a mutual animosity in the past few seasons.
Andrew Raycroft is the main reason the Bruins lead the Canadiens three games to one.
Mark Messier's uncertainty has prevented his bosses from planning a farewell in the team's final home game.
Robert Esche has the fourth-best goals-against average in the NHL, but he still knows he has a lot to prove.
The Avalanche are reportedly just waiting for a reason to hire former Colorado assistant Joel Quenneville.
ESPN Insider has the latest news and notes from around the NHL.
Insider's Jim Wilkie invites readers to send in their suggestions to improve the NHL.
The Rangers have been capable but underachieving since Glen Sather took over as GM on June 1, 2000.
The Predators are 3-0 against the Wings, and without those six points, they'd be near the bottom of the standings.
St. Louis badly needs to beat Detroit to prove it belongs in the elite class of Western Conference contenders.
Vancouver still seems to be fighting to prove itself as worthy members of the NHL's elite.
Instead of their usual perch near the top of the Western Conference, the Stars sit in 10th place.