The NHL will open its season with a slate of four games Wednesday night. Here's who made opening night rosters across the league.
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 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.
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.
These five players had down years in 2014-15 and should be expected to come back in a big way in 2015-16. Carolina Hurricanes forward Jeff Skinner leads the way.
After trading for Patrick Sharp on Friday night the Dallas Stars are once again going to have a lot of hype surrounding them going into the 2015-16 season. Will the results on the ice match it?
Every Friday the Eye On Hockey staff will do a top-5 ranking on some NHL-related subject. This Friday we look at five teams that missed the playoffs in 2014-15 and have the best chance to make it back in 2015-16.
The Sharks traded pending UFA goalie Antti Niemi to the Stars for a seventh-round draft pick.
This is not great positioning from Dallas Stars goalie Kari Lehtonen.

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