The home division of the Stanley Cup champion Los Angeles Kings will remain a gauntlet for the teams within it. Here's a look at how teams have restructured this offseason.
The Sharks signed enforcer John Scott to a one-year deal in an effort to "keep opposing teams honest." But will he?
Justin Johnson is much shorter than John Scott. That didn't stop the Isles forward from putting Scott on his rump with one massive punch to the chin.
John Scott scored just his second career NHL goal against the Toronto Maple Leafs in his 200th career NHL game. This is rock bottom, Toronto.
David Clarkson will miss the Maple Leafs' next two games after he was suspended for an illegal head check on Vladimir Sobotka.
The hit that started the insanity of Saturday night's Bruins-Penguins game left Loui Eriksson with a concussion and made Brooks Orpik a target.
2013 has been a pretty good year for hockey but not without its turkeys like the lockout leaders, Ilya Kovalchuk and one Derek Campbell, for starters.
Sabres enforcer John Scott racked up 14 minutes in penalties on one play and lamented it after the game by saying he can't hit 'Princess Phaneuf.'
Loui Eriksson will have a chance to go against his former team Tuesday night as he has been cleared to play after two weeks off due to a concussion.
The days of the goalie fight may be done. After the Ray Emery-Braden Holtby incident , the NHL will reportedly consider a 10-game suspension for goalies leaving their zone to fight.

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