With Team Canada announcing its roster for the Sochi Olympic Games, Frank Provenzano dives into the decision-making process with a handful of player debates. Was Jeff Carter the right call over Claude Giroux? Dan Hamhuis over Brent Seabrook?
Neil Greenberg assesses this offseason's top draft picks, and analyzes whether the group -- headed by Nathan MacKinnon, Aleksander Barkov, Jonathan Drouin and Seth Jones will stack up against the best draft classes in recent history.
Corey Pronman writes about the latest NHL draft buzz. He looks specifically at Russian wing Valeri Nichushkin's chance at an early selection and whether or not Seth Jones could fall far if the Avs pass at No. 1.
Corey Pronman redrafted the 2008 NHL draft. He believes the Tampa Bay Lightning would again select center Steven Stamkos with the No. 1 overall selection, but star D-man Erik Karlsson now clearly belongs among the top three.
Corey Pronman provides his reasoning for who should be the No. 1 pick in the NHL draft. If the Avalanche keep the top selection, which player fits best between Nathan MacKinnon, Jonathan Drouin or Seth Jones?
The Colorado Avalanche won the NHL's draft lottery and will select No. 1 overall from what will be a loaded 2013 prospect class. Insider NHL scout Grant Sonier breaks down how he sees the draft selections playing out among the non-playoff teams.
With the end of 2013 NHL regular season approaching, Neil Greenberg outlines his picks for the Hart, Norris, Calder, Byng and Selke awards. Among the selections, the Islanders' John Tavares gets the nod for this season's Hart Trophy.
Grant Sonier evaluates the five best draft classes for individual teams since 2002, noting that while Sidney Crosby may be the game's best player, the Pens' 2005 haul wasn't quite deep enough to snag the No. 1 spot.
Former NHL scout Grant Sonier evaluates the top Russian prospects on display in their recent Super Series win over the OHL Select team. Nail Yakupov continues to impress, while a trio of Russians look worthy of high selections in the 2013 draft.
Former NHL scout Grant Sonier breaks down the 2012 prospect group with his first mock draft of the season. Unsurprisingly Nail Yakupov goes No. 1 overall, but Sonier believes a number of teams could find useful parts to round out their rosters.