The 23-player opening night rosters for all 30 NHL teams.
What's better than a Game 7? Three different Game 7s in one night. That's what the NHL offers up on Wednesday, with plenty of history between them all.
A look at four teams that are heading in the wrong direction lately, making them less intimidating for potential first-round opponents in the Stanley Cup playoffs
The majority of the moves have been made with camps right around the corner so let's see how everybody fared over the summer.
Free agency in the NHL is upon us. Here's a look at what teams have on the way out, what they need on the way in and some potential targets.
After acquiring Tyler Kennedy, the Sharks had to move somebody and that somebody was T.J. Galiardi, who was traded to Calgary.
The Pittsburgh Penguins don't need a goalie change for Game 3, they need to get younger and faster up front.
The No. 1 seed Pittsburgh Penguins take on the No. 8 seed New York Islanders.
Pittsburgh Penguins general manager Ray Shero had at least one more deal up his sleeve before Wednesday's deadline. He acquired center Jussi Jokinen from Carolina.
Marc-Andre Fleury might be ready to return to the Penguins' starting lineup, but it will be Tomas Vokoun making his third consecutive start in goal when the team looks to extend its winning streak to 16 games on Tuesday night.

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