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Thursday Daily Puck: Midnight Oil

Scrivens stops 59 shots in record-setting shutout

Thursday Daily Puck: Another Del Zaster Movie?

Michael Del Zotto heads to Music City

Thursday Daily Puck: Scriving and Saving

Scrivens gets moved to Edmonton, Dubnyk to Nashville, and all the Canucks go to the penalty box

The Man Advantage: Rookies Getting PP Time

The Bruins' Torey Krug makes Mark McLarney's list of early-season surprises on the power play, one of three rookies to make the list.

Draft Kit - Job Battles: 15 Preseason Job Battles

Will Martin Brodeur or new acquisition Cory Schneider get the majority of starts between the pipes in New Jersey? That's one of 15 battles that Dan Waldner and Mike Wilson are following in this article.

Draft Kit - Middle Rounds Strategy: Grit Wins Championships

Johan Franzen should benefit greatly from the Red Wings' offseason moves. See who else make good middle round targets to fill out your roster and get those often undervalued grit categories.

Shots on Goal: Top 9 Early Look - Central Division

Evander Kane and the Winnipeg Jets move to the Western Conference and the brand new Central Division for this season. Check out the Jets' top three lines and those of his division mates in this feature.

2013 Jets Preview: Learning to Fly

Led by Evander Kane and an improving offensive attack, can the Jets make a push for a playoff berth with the move to the Western Conference?

Draft Kit: Top 10 Calder Trophy Candidates

Dan Waldner and Mike Wilson evaluate this year's rookie class to see who is most likely to walk away with the Calder Trophy. Jonathan Drouin of the Lightning top their list.

From the Pressbox: Jetting Out West

Zach Bogosian and the Winnipeg Jets moving to the Western Conference where they belong is the biggest change in the conference. Paul Bruno breaks it all down.

2013-14 Prospect Preview: Organizational Top Three Prospects

Jon Litterine breaks down the top three prospects of every NHL organization, including this year's top draft pick, Nathan MacKinnon.

NHL Playoff Sleepers: The 12 Knights of Postseason Glory

Dustin Nelson highlights 12 potential sleepers for your playoff pools, Nazem Kadri of the Leafs among them.

Neutral Zone Wrap: Playoff Primer

Evan Berofsky picks Marian Hossa and the Blackhawks to beat the Bruins in six.

NHL Barometer: Mr. Consistency

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

NHL Barometer: Good Times Again

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

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.

Frozen Fantasy: Back In Action

After receiving an offer sheet from the Flames, the Avs' stalemate with Ryan O'Reilly is over.

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.

2012 Wild Preview : Wild Look for New Acquisitions to Lead to the Playoffs

Free Agent Roundtable: A Wild Week

Dan Pennucci and Janet Eagleson discuss the flurry of offseason NHL moves.

From the Press-Box: Winnipeg, A Smash Hit

The Jets have been a smash hit in their first year back in Winnipeg.

The Man Advantage: Down the Stretch

Chronicling the Blues' remarkable run this season.

Blue Line Buzz: Extra Orca

Alex Edler has gotten some reinforcements behind him on the blue line.

The Man Advantage: Post-Trade Deadline Edition

Rick Nash didn't get traded Monday, but his power play mates changed up a little bit.

NHL Barometer: Devil of a Time

Martin Broduer's hot stretch has been lost in the shuffle of the fine play in New Jersey.

Frozen Fantasy: Apathy Hurts

NHL Barometer: Still Bringing It

Vincent Lecavalier might not be the feared scorer he once was, but he's regained fantasy relevance for sure.

From the Press-Box: Trade Rumors Ramping Up

Paul Bruno's weekly tour around the league.

Neutral Zone Wrap: The Hangover, Part III

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

NHL Barometer: Keeping Father Time Away

Daniel Alfredsson has 31 points in 35 games this season, but that's not the full story for the 39 year old.