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It's fitting that Detroit's goaltending picture is getting fuzzy again with the playoffs less than two weeks away.
The results haven't been much different for the swooning Blues under new head coach Mike Kitchen.
Eric Lindros' demotion to the fourth line came one game after one of his best performances of the season.
Intensity has been a problem for the team that many predict will be playing for the Stanley Cup in June.
Capitals players haven't shown many signs of breaking out, so any trades will only serve to dump salaries.
A problems that plagued the Panthers last season, the lack of shots, is creeping up again.
After a disappointing 2002-03 season, the Sharks' Brad Stuart is healthy and eager to continue his development.
Pavel Bure, one of the most electrifying players of the past 12 years, might be finished at 32.
The Islanders' problem last season was that they didn't have enough players who cared as much as Michael Peca.
How the Red Wings fill their holes at center will determine whether they can be Stanley Cup contenders again.
Holding onto Pierre Turgeon, who has a no-trade clause, complicates the Stars' efforts to re-sign other players.
Judging by his Game 3 performance, Anaheim's Paul Kariya is heating up at the perfect time.