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The Waiver Wire: The Trade Deadline Cometh

Wednesday at 3:00PM ET will mark the trade deadline for the 2013-2014 NHL season. Are you ready for it? Dan Waldner and Mike Wilson examine the people likely on the move in this week's Waiver Wire.

NHL Barometer: Backes Carries Blues

David Backes may not get the publicity of other centers, but with 174 hits and 38 blocked shots, he plays a complete game.

The Waiver Wire: Our Best and Worst Recommendations of 2013

As the end of year approaches, we review our best and worst calls of the year from the Waiver Wire.

The Waiver Wire: Here Comes Trouba

Back from injury and mid-stride, Jacob Trouba is one to watch in this week's article

The Man Advantage: Random PP Observations

Dustin Penner is still riding shotgun with Ryan Getzlaf and Corey Perry, taking advantage of that opportunity to the tune of 23 points in 25 games.

The Waiver Wire: Carolina's Hurricane

Andrej Sekera is showing why Carolina is poised to return to the post-season this year

NHL Barometer: Take That, Mayor

David Desharnais' recent run has quieted Montreal mayor Denis Coderre, who suggested a one-way ticket to the AHL for Desharnais back.

2013 Senators Preview: New Era

Erik Karlsson and the Sens are entering a new era with the departure of Daniel Alfredsson in free agency this summer, but are they primed for a deep playoff run?

From the Pressbox: Alfie Finds a New Home

Paul Bruno reviews the early offseason free agent signings, starting with the Red Wings' shocking signing of Daniel Alfredsson.

NHL Barometer: Good Times Again

The misery of last season is long gone for Matt Duchene, who already has topped the 30-point mark.

The Man Advantage: Midseason Power Play Observations

Mark McLarney describes the big changes going on in Southern California, including those with Drew Doughty.

NHL Schedule Analysis: Rare Bird in Vancouver

Henrik Sedin and the Canucks have five games this week. But is that a good thing for their fantasy owners? Brian Rutherford discusses that concept this week.

NHL Barometer: Crowning Achievement

Jake Muzzin has taken advantage of the absence of several L.A. defensemen to seamlessly fit into the blueline for the defending Stanley Cup champions.

Neutral Zone Wrap: Swing For D-Fence

Erik Johnson is back after an 11-game absence thanks to a concussion. Can he get back on his once-promising track?

Morning Skate: All Hail Kadri

Dan and Janet rap about Nazem Kadri's fast start, among many other topics.

Blue Line Buzz: The Ballerina?

Zdeno Chara scored a particularly graceful goal this weekend.

NHL Barometer: Star Shines Once More

Brenden Morrow has turned back in the clock in Dallas after ascending to the Stars' top line recently.

Frozen Fantasy: Jettison All Senators

Janet Eagleson examines the week four trends in the NHL season, including the fluctuating value of the Senators' roster.

NHL Barometer: On his Way Up Again

His game may have changed, but so have Vincent Lecavalier's fantasy prospects -- he's on his way up again.

Blue Line Buzz: Opening Week Observations

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

Shots on Goal: Early Look - Northeast Division

Tuukka Rask gets a big opportunity this season to be the Bruins' starting goalie, with Tim Thomas taking a sabbatical.

2012 Bruins Preview: Bruins' Title Chances Rest On Goaltending

Offseason Moves: Grading the Transactions

The Rangers finally got that coveted power forward with the acquisition of Rick Nash from Columbus, but was it enough to earn a high grade?

Shots on Goal: Early Look - Southeast Division

Who is joining Alexander Ovechkin for the Caps this year?

Neutral Zone Wrap: Skater Tiers

Evan Berofsky breaks down the playoff skaters into tiers, and thinks that the Penguins will win the Cup.

Blue Line Buzz: Good Grief

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

Blue Line Buzz: All-Star Edition

Alexander Edler should be a perennial All-Star.

Crashing the Net: Complete Player

Pavel Datsyuk has 32 points in his last 25 games, and he's chipped in a +20 rating as well for the Red Wings during that stretch. He might be the most complete forward in the NHL.

Neutral Zone Wrap: The Hangover, Part III

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

Blue Line Buzz: New Years Resolutions, Part I

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