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 Dallas Stars should be one of the highest scoring teams in the league next year with Patrick Sharp added to a forward lineup that already includes Jamie Benn, Tyler Seguin and Jason Spezza.
The Anaheim Ducks appear poised for another successful season in the Pacific Division. With a returning veteran core and experience added to the bottom six, the Ducks could push for their first title since 2007.
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 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.
Most players show no significant change in their postseason production compared to their regular season production. And that includes Chicago Blackhawks superstars Patrick Kane and Jonathan Toews. They don't score because they are clutch. They score because they are great.
Stars leading scorer Tyler Seguin could miss Tuesday night's game after coming down with the flu. He is a game-time decision.
Blackhawks scorer Patrick Sharp got absolutely drilled by Shawn Horcoff and decided to do something about it with his first fight in six years.
Tyler Seguin became the first player to 25 goals this season and is showing no signs of slowing even as the Dallas Stars struggle to gain ground.

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