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Saturday Daily Puck: The Hands Being Dealt

All 16 playoff spots are now spoken for. Who plays whom? Who doesn't want to play whom?

Tuesday Daily Puck: Teach Me How To Dougie

Dougie Hamilton's hot for the Bruins, and fantasy owners who ignore his top-pairing role and recent productivity do so at their own peril.

NHL Schedule Analysis: Sweet Schedule In Anaheim

Jonas Hiller and the Ducks should have smooth sailing down the stretch.

Monday Daily Puck: Playoff Talk

Saturday Daily Puck: These Birds Don't Fly

Are the Pens really the second-best team in the East? I see a team full of question marks and holes.

Morning Skate: A Rift in Sochi?

Alex Ovechkin and Evgeni Malkin apparently feuded in Sochi, and that may have carried over to Ovie's play in Washington.

Thursday Daily Puck: The Canadian Line Dance

We take a look at what top lines are firing on all cylinders and which ones are struggling. Plus, the Flames beat the Ducks 7-2, just like I predicted.

NHL Barometer: Trade Deadline Fallout

Steven Stamkos was activated off injured reserve Thursday, but he returns to a Lightning lineup that looks radically after the trade deadline.

Thursday Daily Puck: Trade Deadline Edition

St. Louis' a Ranger, Gabby a King, and Vanek a Hab, oh my! A flurry of action at the trade deadline and we're talking about what it means for your team.

Tuesday Daily Puck: Decision Time

The Rangers have to make a tough choice about captain Ryan Callahan as Wednesday's trade deadline approaches.

NHL Schedule Analysis: Orcas For Four

The Vancouver Canucks have four games this week, but you'll want to make sure that Henrik Sedin (ribs) is good to go before you pencil him into your starting lineup.

Saturday Daily Puck: Sochi Looms, Teams Face Ultimate Dooms

Teams are at different stages as the Olympic break approaches. Where do they stand?

NHL Schedule Analysis: Broken Wings

The Red Wings centers, including Pavel Datysuk, are all banged up right now. How will they fare with their four-game schedule this week?

NHL Schedule Analysis: Ride the Lightning

Martin St. Louis and the Lightning have a whopping five games, while the Penguins have just one game in this highly unusual week.

NHL Schedule Analysis: Jekyll and Hyde

The fortunes of the Rangers and goalie Henrik Lundqvist have fluctuated wildly.

NHL Schedule Analysis: Back-to-Backs

The four-game teams this week all have back-to-back games featured in their schedules, which could affect the playing time of the likes of Montreal's Carey Price.

Neutral Zone Wrap: Sabrehectics

Evan Berofsky says not to blame Ryan Miller for the Sabres' mess.

NHL Schedule Analysis: Tip Your Caps

Alex Ovechkin and the Caps are on a West Coast swing this week.

Shots on Goal: Goalie Drama

Jaroslav Halak has wrestled away the Blues' starting goalie job and could be back among the elite. Peter Maingot breaks down all the hot-point goalie situations so far this season.

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: Taming the Wild

Niklas Backstrom gave up four goals in back-to-back games and then got pulled after allowing two more on two shots against the Kings last week.

NHL Schedule Analysis: Big Matchups This Week

There are a number of repeat engagements this week as we hit the NHL trade deadline, including Nashville with three huge games against the Blackhawks this week.

NHL Barometer: Mr. Consistency

Martin St. Louis has been one of the league's most consistent point producers this season for Tampa Bay.

Crashing the Net: More Ups and Downs

Sam Gagner is scoring at a higher pace than before, but he's still carrying a negative plus-minus.

NHL Barometer: Good Times Again

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

Crashing the Net: Who's Up, Who's Down?

Dany Heatley's fantasy owners probably remember him in happier times. Ray Flowers discusses Heatley and more disappointments this week.

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?

Crashing the Net: Get Carter

The Kings' Jeff Carter has caught fire as of late, sparking his team along the way.

NHL Schedule Analysis: Five in Beantown

Milan Lucic and the Bruins have five games this week. Brian Rutherford breaks down the rest of the schedule for Week 8.

Morning Skate: Overrated, Underrated

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