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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?

Thursday Daily Puck: Back In Black

Kris Letang is back for the Pens, Horton scores without playing, and the case is made for Erik Haula.

Tuesday Daily Puck: Mr. Universe Is Back

Sunday Daily Puck: Beasts Of The East

The Bruins look primed to roll the Eastern Conference on their way to the Stanley Cup. Can someone stop them?

Friday Daily Puck: Best Offense Is No Defense

Alex Ovechkin is on pace to lead the league in goals while finishing dead last in plus-minus -- an NHL first, if he finishes that way.

Wednesday Daily Puck: Senator Elect?

Mika Zibanejad has been showing his skill in the nation's capital

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.

Blue Line Buzz: Barrie Finding His Way

Tyson Barrie took a long time to get settled with the Avalanche, but he's been a strong producer lately for them.

Wednesday Daily Puck: Qu'est-ce qui se passe?

What is going on? A floundering Montreal team has gone from second place to seventh in less than a month. Should fans - or players - be worried?

Monday Daily Puck: Is Braden Holtby Back?

Sunday Daily Puck: In Good Hands

A new crop of rookies is making an impression on the NHL and has the league in good hands.

Frozen Fantasy: Is West Best?

Sidney Crosby at the Pens would be battling for one of the final playoff spots in the Western Conference. Janet Eagleson examines the differences between the two conferences in the latest edition of Frozen Fantasy.

From the Pressbox: Olympic Hopefuls

The Blues' Alexander Steen is making a pretty good case for himself to make the Canadian Olympic team. Paul Bruno discusses a couple of other potential Olympic hopefuls in this week's edition.

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: A Coaching Change in Philly

Claude Giroux could benefit from the early shakeup in Philly, among others. Paul Bruno covers that decision, and discusses how to deal with slow starts in this week's edition.

From the Pressbox: Top Lines & Pairings - Western Conference

Jonathan Toews and the Blackhawks are back for more. Paul Bruno breaks down who will be on his line this year and does so with all the Western Conference teams.

2013 Bruins Preview: Like a Rask

Tuukka Rask was a rock in goal for the Bruins last season, while Stanley Cup aspirations remain in Boston.

2013 Oilers Preview: Hail, Nail

The Oilers' offense should continue to produce with Nail Yakupov entering his second NHL season, but will the blue-line corps and goaltending be strong enough to push Edmonton back into the playoffs?

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.

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.

From the Pressbox: First Round Review, Second Round Predictions

The Leafs' stunning Game 7 collapse in the third period and subsequent overtime hit our correspondent Paul Bruno pretty hard. What does he see in store for the next round of the playoffs?

Shots on Goal: Conference Semis Preview, Part 2

The Blackhawks have a remarkable record when Patrick Sharp is on the ice this season. Peter Maingot picks the Hawks to beat the Wings in six games.

Morning Skate: Playoff Name Game

Don't challenge Janet Eagleson's love for Jonathan Toews and the Blackhawks.

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.

NHL Barometer: Still Bringing It

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

Crashing the Net: First Half Performers

Nicklas Lidstrom and Ian White are among the plus-minus standouts over the first half.

Blue Line Buzz: All-Star Edition

Alexander Edler should be a perennial All-Star.

Frozen Fantasy: First Round Revisit

From the Press-Box: Tough Decisions

Fantasy poolies that own a slumping superstar like Corey Perry have a tough decision to make before their league's trade deadline.

The Man Advantage: More PP Injury Analysis

Who benefits from injuries to power play stalwarts like Zdeno Chara?