What would the teams look like for the proposed Ryder Cup-type format for the NHL's international series? Scott Burnside picks them.
Erik Johnson's All-Star invitation is a nice acknowledgment of the challenges the Avalanche's defenseman met, writes ESPN.com's Scott Burnside.
Trade-deadline deals, playoff upsets and heartbreak also stood out from the calendar year
Fair or not, the perception around the hockey world is that there is a distinct lack of buzz surrounding the NHL's marquee regular-season game, writes ESPN.com's Scott Burnside.
Alex Ovechkin and Sidney Crosby both face tests this season in trying to revive franchises whose failures led to wholesale changes this past offseason, writes ESPN.com's Scott Burnside.
With training camps open across the hockey landscape, Scott Burnside looks at the seven biggest offseason storylines.
Why would Willie Desjardins opt to coach the Canucks rather than the Penguins? Scott Burnside delves into that, where the Penguins go from here, shrewd moves by the Blue Jackets and Canadiens, and more.
Sure, the team has superstars, but the next GM of the Pittsburgh Penguins faces significant challenges, Scott Burnside writes.
With just one-fourth of the NHL season remaining, it's time for Scott Burnside to hand out the league's quarter-pole awards.
The intensity of Wednesday's Capitals-Penguins game forecasts the excitement to come in Sochi where opponents become teammates and teammates become opponents, writes ESPN.com's Scott Burnside.
Started as what some called a cheap thrill, the Winter Classic has since brought in big bucks.
There is no underestimating the United States as the Americans try to build a team for Sochi that will surpass the expectations set by the silver medal won in 2010, writes Scott Burnside.
The Penguins are more than Sidney Crosby and a dynamic offense, and that is just one of five reasons Scott Burnside cites for Pittsburgh being the favorite going into the playoffs.
After firing coach Guy Boucher, the question that remains is what is next for general manager Steve Yzerman and the Tampa Bay Lighting, writes Scott Burnside.
Sure, it's hard to remember now, but there were actually plenty of highs in the NHL during 2012, writes Scott Burnside.
Even though the Western Conference's Los Angeles Kings won the Cup doesn't mean the East didn't have some moments worth remembering, writes Scott Burnside.