The NHL will open its season with a slate of four games Wednesday night. Here's who made opening night rosters across the league.
The Nashville Predators come into the season with big goals, but do they have enough offensive firepower to back title hopes?
After a summer of drafting, trading and free agency, Peter Maingot assesses what the top three lines of each Central 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 Eye On Hockey staff looks at the progress made by every team in the NHL this offseason on a division-by-division basis. Tuesday, we take a look at the Central.
Colin Wilson signed a new four-year contract extension with the Nashville Predators on Monday. It will pay him $3.93 million per season.
Capitals goaltender Braden Holtby is seeking an $8 million award in salary arbitration, while the Caps countered with a $5.1 million offer. Will the two sides settle this before the hearing?
The Nashville Predators signed forward Craig Smith to a five-year, $21.25 million contract on Monday after their arbitration hearing.
The NHLPA announced the 2015 salary arbitration schedule on Monday. Derek Stepan of the New York Rangers and Braden Holtby of the Washington Capitals are two of the biggest cases to be decided.
The Anaheim Ducks are a really good team, have two highly paid superstars, and one of the best salary cap situations in the league. That's a great mix.

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