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The defending Stanley Cup champion Los Angeles Kings are an NHL powerhouse that doesn't always assert itself in the regular season. Where do you think they'll finish in 2014-15? We have them slotted in at No. 2 in the Pacific Division. Find out why. More
Jonathan Huberdeau had a rough sophomore season after winning the NHL's Rookie-of-the-Year award in 2012-13. But he's now got a coach who respects him – and Adam Proteau says opponents forget about him at their own peril.
Bodog released odds for each of the major individual NHL awards, so we break down who we think are the best bets, who to consider from off the board and who you should stay away from.
The Washington Capitals unveiled their Winter Classic jerseys for the big game at Nationals Park on Jan. 1, 2015 against the Chicago Blackhawks. What do you think of the look?
It appears the World Cup will return in 2016 and while the NHL could still send its player to South Korea in 2018, the idea of Olympic participation would at least be put in doubt. If you had to choose one, which would you rather see NHLers participate in: the Olympics, or a World Cup?
Our prospect expert runs down the best teams in the Ontario League and though some very important players may be headed to the pro ranks, it's going to be another stacked season.
Nine different players have won the NHL's scoring championship in the 12 past seasons and nobody has won back-to-back Art Ross Trophies in that time span. We're betting the trend continues in 2014-15 with another first-time winner.
Will the New York Rangers suffer through a hangover one year after falling in the Cup final? We preview the season ahead for New York, who made some key changes in the summer. We have them pegged to finish third in the Metro Division: do you agree?
Gary Bettman was speaking in Toronto on Monday and when the topic of expansion/relocation came up, he shot down the idea the league was actively looking for new markets. And as for a second team in Toronto, the commissioner seemed to have some reservations.
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