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Predicting Tampa Bay Lightning's Most Improved Players for 2014-15 Season

Excitement surrounds the Tampa Bay Lightning, as a solid group of young players looks to improve following the team's brief playoff appearance last year. The list of young Bolts who could take the next step in their development includes...Show More Summary

Is 2014-15 A Make-or-Break Season for Pittsburgh Penguins' Marc-Andre Fleury?

Wondering about Marc-Andre Fleury 's future in Pittsburgh has become something of a summer ritual for fans of the Penguins. Since winning the Stanley Cup in 2009, Fleury has received a tremendous amount of flack for his postseason play—whether...Show More Summary

Will Patrick Kane Break the 30-Goal Mark in the 2014-15 NHL Season?

Patrick Kane's career path just took a turn from the stellar to the sublime. Along with running mate Jonathan Toews, the 25-year-old Chicago Blackhawks superstar signed an eight-year contract extension Wednesday, a deal that will keep him in Chicago through the 2022-23 season and pay him $10.5 million per year, beginning with the 2015-16 season. Show More Summary

Realistic Expectations for Corey Crawford in Chicago Blackhawks' 2014-15 Season

Corey Crawford has a Stanley Cup to his credit, and if it were not for one bad bounce in this year's playoffs, he might very well have two on his resume. When the Blackhawks saw the Los Angeles Kings eliminate the New York Rangers in five games in the Stanley Cup Final, it had to hurt Joel Quenneville and Co. Show More Summary

Will Chicago Blackhawks Have to Get Rid of Veterans to Stay Under Salary Cap?

The issue is one that has been nagging at the Chicago Blackhawks since early in the 2013-14 season. Despite a boatload of talented players and one of the most gifted rosters in the league, the Blackhawks had a problem. They had one of the top No. Show More Summary

Does Dougie Hamilton Represent a Turnaround Among Bruins 1st-Round Draft Picks?

This Tuesday will mark three full years since defenseman Dougie Hamilton became a member of the Boston Bruins organization. The ninth overall draft choice from 2011 has spent roughly half of those three years in the NHL. Inevitable growing...Show More Summary

2014 NHL Draft: Why the Buffalo Sabres Should Select Sam Reinhart

Despite finishing dead last in the 2013-14 NHL season, the Buffalo Sabres will pick second in the 2014 NHL Draft. Many might groan at the injustices of the lottery system, but Sabres general manager Tim Murray will get his man anyways. Florida...Show More Summary

Why the Los Angeles Kings Must Keep Mike Richards

There are no two ways about it: Mike Richards struggled in the back half of the 2013-14 regular season, only managing 14 points in the last 50 games of the campaign. A longtime top-six pivot, he was iced as a fourth-line center for much of the Los Angeles Kings’ recent Stanley Cup run. Show More Summary

Woman in High Heels Faceplants on Ice After LA Kings Win Stanley Cup

Update: June 14, 2014 at 3:07 p.m PT The woman who fell let the world know she is OK! Per NBC LA's Instagram account: Not to worry, @NBCLA viewers! Kings fan Hannah Hunsinger who fell on the Staples Center ice during our 11 p.m. newscast is happy and smiling with NBC4 photographer Alex Vasquez. Show More Summary

Do the Chicago Blackhawks Become a More Physical Team in 2014-15?

The Chicago Blackhawks are used to being at or near the top of the NHL when it comes to skating, scoring, skill and talent. They have won two Stanley Cup titles since 2010, and if they had beaten the Los Angeles Kings in Game 7's overtime...Show More Summary

Puck Stops on Ice Inches Short of the Rangers Goal in Game 4

The Los Angeles Kings had a chance to send Game 4 into overtime and potentially win the Stanley Cup before the ice got in their way. With 1:11 remaining in the third period and the Kings trailing 2-1, a deflected puck ended up getting...Show More Summary

Why Washington Capitals Must Avoid Trading Mike Green Within the Division

It's starting to feel like a trade of Mike Green by the Washington Capitals is all but inevitable. The nine-year veteran has seen his production drastically decrease since he was nominated as a Norris Trophy finalist in back-to-backShow More Summary

LA Hockey Fans Expect Wayne Gretzky to Have a Big Impact on Stanley Cup Finals

The Los Angeles Kings are currently battling for a chance to win their second Stanley Cup in three seasons, but that doesn't mean that everyone in town follows the team very closely. Fox Sports' Aja Dang went to Venice Beach to see just how much some "fans" might know about the team. Show More Summary

Should the Boston Bruins Put Brad Marchand on the Trading Block?

Boston Bruins winger Brad Marchand penned 14 scoresheet entries during the 2014 NHL playoffs. The catch is that nine of those entries were in the penalty section and none went under the goal heading. In turn, Marchand sandwiched a meaty middle of an eight-month campaign with two slices of musty white bread. Show More Summary

Rangers vs. Kings: Analyzing Biggest Storylines Heading into Stanley Cup Final

If entertainment is what you seek, look no further than the 2014 Stanley Cup Final. With two big-market, star-studded teams in the New York Rangers and Los Angeles Kings set to take the ice, rest assured there will be no shortage ofShow More Summary

Why the 2013-14 New York Rangers Are a Team of Destiny

Head coach Alain Vigneault was asked an interesting question during the postgame conference of the New York Rangers' Eastern Conference Championship clinching performance against the Montreal Canadiens on Thursday, and the question really...Show More Summary

Why Keeping Assistant GM Don Sweeney Is a Major Plus for the Boston Bruins

The Boston Bruins front office dodged double departure when Don Sweeney fell short in the Washington Capitals general manager derby. As late as last Wednesday, Katie Carrera of the Washington Post mentioned Sweeney as one of four candidates for that opening. Show More Summary

Are The Boston Bruins And Jarome Iginla Still A Good Fit For Each Other?

The Boston Bruins have more than the salary cap to consider as they contemplate re-signing Jarome Iginla for 2014-15. Mike Cole of NESN.com was apt to reiterate that aspect this past Wednesday. As he noted, Iginla consumed $1.8 million worth of cap space in 2013-14. Show More Summary

Bruins Prospect Alexander Khokhlachev Exudes Promise after 1st Pro Season

Little more than a solid summer of training should separate Alexander Khokhlachev, a veteran of one game with the Boston Bruins, from regular NHL action. Last week, the Providence Bruins fell short in a variety of comeback efforts in their second-round playoff bout with the Wilkes-Barre Scranton Penguins. Show More Summary

Is Jaroslav Halak the Answer in Goal for the New York Islanders?

It may be a bit of a bad omen, but for the first time since Rick DiPietro was healthy nearly a decade ago, the New York Islanders have a legitimate starting goalie in Jaroslav Halak. That’s not meant as a sign of disrespect toward Evgeni Nabokov, who has spent the last three seasons admirably trying his best to man New York’s crease. Show More Summary

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