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2014-2015 Rangers Preview: New Captain, Same Cup Quest

After surprisingly leading the Rangers to the Stanley Cup Finals last season, what can netminder Henrik Lundqvist and his mates do for an encore?

Neutral Zone Wrap: Evan Berofsky's Stanley Cup Preview

RotoWire's Evan Berofsky predicts that the Rangers, led by Henrik Lundqvist's superior goaltending, will prevail in six games.

From the Press Box: Paul Bruno's Stanley Cup Preview

RotoWire's Paul Bruno predicts the Kings to win in six games, with Drew Doughty hoisting the Conn Smythe.

Neutral Zone Wrap: Second Round Preview

Evan Berofsky believes that the second round will be Tuukka Time in an Original Six matchup against the Habs.

Tuesday Daily Puck: Stamkos Down

Steven Stamkos suffered a gruesome leg injury Monday, taking the shine off Tampa's hot start to the season and breaking the heart of many a fantasy owner.

Thursday Daily Puck: Hemsky Gets Job At The Rumor Mill

Hemsky, Yakupov, Kreider, and Del Zotto get their names bandied about in new trade rumors.

Monday Daily Puck: Flower Power

Marc-Andre Fleury has been very sharp to begin the season, but can he maintain an elite level? John Toperzer takes a closer look.

Saturday Daily Puck: Stuck on the Ground

Claude Giroux still appears to be working his way back from a wrist injury, creating yet another problem for the Flyers. How did they handle it against the Caps on Friday night?

Thursday Daily Puck: Howl-o-ween Analysis

The Coyotes are terrible, I mean great, I mean fantasy great.

2013 Rangers Preview: The King's Last Stand?

The Rangers are hoping to sign Henrik Lundqvist to an extension as their future hangs in the balance.

Shots on Goal: Top 9 Early Look - Metropolitan Division

Who is going to be John Tavares' new wingman? Peter Maingot breaks down the Isles' top-three lines, along with those of the other teams in the Metropolitan Division.

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 Schedule Analysis: Eye of the Hurricanes

Tuomo Ruutu is out, but who else might miss games if they get dealt?

NHL Barometer: Red Wing Rising

Henrik Zetterberg has turned his season around with his recent hot streak.

Shots on Goal: Early Look - Southeast Division

Tomas Vokoun has found a new home in Washington.

Shots on Goal: Eastern Conference Finals Preview

Peter Maingot picks the Lightning and Martin St. Louis in 7.

Neutral Zone Wrap: Tiered Rankings

Evan Berofsky chimes in with his take on the playoff rankings.

Frozen Fantasy: The Cup Stops Here

Neutral Zone Wrap: Peaking At the Right Time

A quick look at who is peaking as the regular season concludes.

Shots on Goal: Trade Thoughts

Peter Maingot reviews each team's moves in advance of the trade deadline.

Shots on Goal: On Greatness

The Daily Puck: It's Only Blue for Green

Mike Green still has value on the blue line, but it's too late to extract top trade value from him.

Frozen Fantasy: Stats Can Mislead

Frozen Fantasy: Disaster Zone

At this point, does Ilya Kovalchuk wish he was still wearing a Thrashers sweater?

The Daily Puck: The Price is Right

It hasn't come easy, but Carey Price finally looks like the goalie Montreal thought it had when he broke into the league in 2007-08.

The Daily Puck: Sidney Fights!

Sidney Crosby dropped his gloves Wednesday night, but he couldn't help the Penguins stave off a 5-2 loss.

The Daily Puck: Tough Goalie Decisions

The Pens have played better with Brent Johnson between the pipes than with Marc-Andre Fleury. Who should they go with regularly right now?

Injury Analysis: Hossa/Rafalski Could Be Back Soon

The Daily Puck: A Look at Saturday's Slate

Evgeni Malkin left the ice before the end of Friday's game with an undisclosed injury, making him questionable for Saturday's contest vs. Carolina.

The Daily Puck: What's Wrong With Brodeur?

Martin Brodeur and the Devils are off to a brutal start.