The Buffalo Sabres' highly-anticipated 2015-16 season started off on the wrong foot.
The NHL will open its season with a slate of four games Wednesday night. Here's who made opening night rosters across the league.
After a summer of drafting, trading and free agency, Peter Maingot assesses what the top three lines of each Atlantic Division team might resemble right now.
The Chicago Blackhawks have been built primarily through the draft, but have continually filled out the rest of the roster effectively enough to have reached the Stanley Cup Final three out of the last six years.
The Montreal Canadiens, thanks in large part to Carey Price's 43 saves, held on to beat the Ottawa Senators in Game 6 and advance to the second round.
Canadiens goalie Carey Price got some help from the narrowest part of his stick as he robbed Senators forward Kyle Turris of a sure goal.
Clarke MacArthur will be in the Game 6 lineup for Ottawa after leaving Game 5 early with an apparent lower-body injury.
Kyle Turris helped keep the Senators playoff hopes alive with a huge shootout goal to lift Ottawa past the Washington Capitals in a wild game.
You already know about Andrew Hammond and Devan Dubnyk, so here are seven other players that have seemingly come out of nowhere to make huge impacts this season for their teams.
The Ottawa Senators earned their 13th win in 15 games, this time over the team they are chasing to reach the postseason -- the Boston Bruins.

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