There have been many changes in the West so far this offseason, but how much will the conference outlook change? We project the 2009-10 season.
An ad agency may have coined the term "The State of Hockey," but just one visit to Minnesota tells you the sport is embedded in the Twin Cities and beyond.
Who will win the Stanley Cup? Terry Frei gives his odds for all 16 teams ... with no help from Ogie Oglethorpe.
Will all five Northwest teams make the playoffs? Will the Pacific get the short end of the stick? Terry Frei tries to make sense of one of the wackiest races in the NHL.
There's no doubting Marian Gaborik's talent, even as he returns from another groin injury. But, when it comes to the Wild forward, our Terry Frei can't help but think "what-if."
Paul Stastny isn't making a name for himself. He is simply adding on to the legacy started by his father, Peter.
We all know how important goaltending is to a team's playoff hopes, but how will goalies fare in the postseason? Terry Frei ranks netminders' playoff potential.
The Northwest race will come down to the wire. Terry Frei tells us who'll make the playoffs and who'll be left out in the cold.
NHL owners are showing restraint. Players are taking pay cuts. So why don't they agree to a luxury tax?
Marian Gaborik knew he might struggle after his holdout. But he never thought it'd be this bad.
In honor of Columbus Day, here's some early discoveries about the young NHL season.
While the Red Wings are the favorite to win the Stanley Cup, the Stars offer a better return.
Will the Avalanche contend for the Cup in 2004? Sure. Is that a lock? Hardly.
It may not show up in the ratings, but this year's conference final matchups are good for hockey.
The best team didn't win Game 7 in Denver on Tuesday night. But the team that deserved to did.
Even if the Avalanche eliminate the Wild in Game 7, there are repercussions down the road.