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?
Sidney Crosby was named the winner of the Hart Trophy as the NHL's MVP for 2013-14 and Tuukka Rask earned the Vezina as the top goaltender.
The Sharks suffered a brutal postseason exit, losing a 3-0 series lead and since then GM Doug Wilson has promised changes, talking about a 'rebuild.' That's a risky play.
Despite rumors to the contrary, Bruins GM Peter Chiarelli told WEEI.com that he has no plans to trade Brad Marchand, nor has he had any discussions with other teams regarding the forward.
When talking about keeping the Rangers from getting any belief in the Stanley Cup Final, Drew Doughty levied a small blow on the Sharks, saying they could see the worry in their eyes.
Joe Thornton has been thrust onto the trade block after San Jose's disappointing exit and his agent (and brother) says he might be willing to waive his no-trade clause if fans don't want him.
Joe Thornton could be on the trade block and the Toronto Maple Leafs are reportedly one of six teams interested in acquiring the San Jose Sharks captain.
The San Jose Sharks are going to look a bit different next year as alternate captain Dan Boyle and veteran forward Martin Havlat won't be with the team. Also, Brent Burns is moving back to defense.
Jonathan Quick made a save at the last second, snagging a Patrick Marleau shot out of the air right before the puck crossed the line.

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