With a new NHL season upon us, Neil Greenberg gives five predictions certain to come true, starting with why the Chicago Blackhawks will hoist the Stanley Cup.
Craig Custance ranks the five candidates most likely to be the U.S. team's starting goalie in the 2014 Olympics.
Neil Greenberg examines the changes the Philadelphia Flyers made in the offseason, and determines whether they have enough scoring punch left to compete in the East.
Neil Greenberg analyzes the offseason moves of the Washington Capitals, noting that with several key acquisitions, the team should see a lot more time on the power play in 2011-12.
Neil Greenberg analyzes the offseason moves of the Los Angeles Kings, noting, in particular, the trade to bring in Mike Richards should make Anze Kopitar a strong candidate for the Art Ross Trophy.
Neil Greenberg analyzes the blockbuster acquisitions of Dany Heatley and Devin Setoguchi for the Minnesota Wild and whether it can help lift their disappointing offense in 2011-12.
Neil Greenberg analyzes the blockbuster trades of the San Jose Sharks for Martin Havlat and Brent Burns and other offseason additions. While they have gained key pieces on defense, will they have enough scoring?