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NHL Schedule Analysis: Quiet Ducks

Corey Perry and the Ducks have just two games this week, as do the Flyers.

Blue Line Buzz: No Rest for the Wild

Ryan Suter is already logging monster minutes for the Wild.

From the Pressbox: Kovalchuk Walks Away

Paul Bruno reviews the latest set of player moves, including Ilya Kovalchuk's stunning decision to retire from the NHL to play in his native Russia.

From the Pressbox: New York Teams On Divergent Paths

John Tavares and the Isles are on the rise, while the Rangers are struggling to make the playoffs despite having much loftier ambitions.

Morning Skate: Bobby Lu Stays Home

Dan and Janet review the week's events, including Roberto Luongo's press conference after he was not traded by this week's trade deadline.

Neutral Zone Wrap: Second Half Sleepers

The Lightning have another undersized forward cut in the mold of Martin St. Louis - Evan Berofsky talks about that player and others this week.

Morning Skate: Overrated, Underrated

Dan Pennucci and Janet Eagleson give their take on Cam Ward, the state of Canadian goalies, and Pierre McGuire.

Neutral Zone Wrap: Blackhawks Up

Corey Crawford is riding high so far, but between injuries and the presence of Ray Emery, his owners need to be vigilant nightly to check if he's starting.

NHL Barometer: A Kid Again in Pittsburgh

Sidney Crosby is finally healthy and producing for the Penguins after two seasons of setbacks.

NHL Barometer: Mighty Mite Power

Among the NHL leaders in points, Martin St. Louis continues to defy old age and build his Hall of Fame credentials.

Blue Line Buzz: Opening Week Observations

Kris Letang and the Pens are off to a great start.

Blue Line Buzz: Blue Liner Tiers

Should Erik Karlsson be a first-round pick? Dan Pennucci discusses that and reviews the defensemen tiers behind Karlsson.

Blue Line Buzz: On the Streit and Narrow

Mark Streit may be one of the league's best offensive defensemen no one talks about, as he suffers from the same disease as John Tavares: being a member of the New York Islanders.

Blue Line Buzz: Good Grief

Ryan Whitney is back and productive again, but will it last?

Friday's Face-Off: All-Star Break Edition

Neutral Zone Wrap: The Hangover, Part III

Trying to stay on top of things after the New Year can be a challenge.

Shots on Goal: Reflections and Decisions

Blue Line Buzz: New Years Resolutions, Part I

Dan Pennucci's blue-line resolutions for the first half of the league.

NHL Barometer: Back on the Beam

Jordan Staal appears to be fully healthy for the Penguins.

NHL Barometer: The Geno Who Saved Pittsburgh

Evgeni Malkin has stepped up for Pittsburgh in Sidney Crosby's absence.

NHL Barometer: Luongo's Wakeup Call

Roberto Luongo looked to be sleep walking through the early part of the season. Safe to say, he heard the alarm bells.

Shots on Goal: Streaming Backups?

Corey Crawford has looked a little shaky for the Blackhawks lately.

From the Press-Box: Realignment Reaction

Paul Bruno gives his take on the Board of Governors' recent decisions, including realignment.

Blue Line Buzz: Coaching Carousel Spinning

Four NHL coaches have already lost their jobs. Dan Pennucci discusses the changes' fantasy impacts and speculates who might be next.

NHL Barometer: Heating Up in Anaheim

After a slow start, Corey Perry is playing like the Hart Trophy winner he was last season.

Shots on Goal: The Replacements

Rick DiPietro is losing his hold on the starting job on the Island, even with Evgeni Nabokov out.

Surprising Players Stepping Up: Friday's Face Off Wins

Surprising Players Stepping Up

Frozen Fantasy: Sid's Back. I'm Bored.

NHL Barometer: Rising and Falling

Shea Weber is making a case that he is the NHL's best overall defenseman.

Blue Line Buzz: Predators On the Prowl

Ryan Suter and Shea Weber are off to excellent starts.

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