The Pittsburgh Penguins have gone as far as Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin have been able to take them in recent years. Now the two superstars finally have a supporting cast that could get them back to a Stanley Cup level.
GM Jim Benning made a lot of moves over the summer, but not a lot of them were very popular among Vancouver Canucks fans. Ryan Miller may be the key to keeping them in playoff contention this year.
After a summer of drafting, trading and free agency, Peter Maingot assesses what the top three lines of each Pacific Division team looks like as camps open.
There might be a few more still to be made, but Evan Berofsky grades each team's offseason moves, saving his best for the Red Wings and Sabres.
The Pittsburgh Penguins' championship window with Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin is still open. For now.
The Vancouver Canucks are probably expecting too much from new center Brandon Sutter. But he isn't the only player that might have some unrealistic expectations for the 2015-16 season.
The Vancouver Canucks locked up new acquisition Brandon Sutter with a five-year contract extension worth $4.375 million per season.
After acquiring Brandon Sutter in a trade, the Vancouver Canucks are reportedly closing in on a new long-term extension with the two-way center.
The staff at Eye on Hockey is handing out grades for each team's offseason as a whole so far. Up next is the vastly improved Pacific Division.
The Eye On Hockey staff grades the offseason for every team in the NHL. Today we look at the Metropolitan Division, where the Pittsburgh Penguins and Washington Capitals get high marks for their offseason moves.

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