Eye On Hockey writers Adam Gretz and Chris Peters share their predictions for the NHL's major awards for the 2015-16 season.
The Chicago Blackhawks open the season as the odds on favorite to win the Stanley Cup in 2015-16, according to the folks at Bovada.
The Washington Capitals announced on Monday that they have released veteran center Derek Roy from his tryout contract.
The Edmonton Oilers waived Ben Scrivens, their starter from last season, as they prepare to go with a goaltending tandem of Cam Talbot and Anders Nilsson.
Jake Virtanen scored a goal in one of the most painful ways possible, by deflecting a slap shot with his face. Yes, there was a lot of blood.
The Chicago Blackhawks have a tough salary cap situation. Moving Bryan Bickell could help, but they might have trouble finding any takers.
When should you plan on drafting Connor McDavid this year? Should you be all in on the Panthers? Dan Pennucci gets you ready for the season with his initial Ice and Fire.
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 Edmonton Oilers will be without one of their best players for the first month of the season as Jordan Eberle will be sidelined with a shoulder injury.
Sidney Crosby is favored to win the league's MVP award and scoring title, while oddsmakers seem to love Edmonton Oilers rookie Connor McDavid and not just for the Calder Trophy.

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