Eye On Hockey's Adam Gretz counts down his top-10 players heading into the 2015-16 season. You will probably disagree.
Goaltending can make or break what a team does during an NHL season. Here, we look at five teams that could be crushed by their goaltending in 2015-16.
The Chicago Blackhawks will look to win their fourth title in seven years and second in a row in 2015-16. However, massive roster changes and the ongoing Patrick Kane saga could present a big challenge.
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.
Oddsmakers have set the over/under lines for win totals for the 2015-16 season. There are some familiar teams at the top of the list, as you'd guess.
The San Jose Sharks missed the playoffs last season, but made some changes organizationally that could help them get back to the postseason. Will it be enough? Here's our Sharks season preview.
Rich Peverley will be unable to resume his playing career due to a heart condition that caused him to collapse during a game in 2014. He retires from the NHL at age 33.
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.
One Dallas Stars fan got the shock of her life when she offered to pick up some In-N-Out for Stars forward Tyler Seguin. He replied with an order and she responded by hand-delivering it to the NHL star.
The Dallas Stars solidified their depth down the middle for the long-term on Friday when they signed center Cody Eakin to a four-year, $15.4 million contract extension.

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