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2014-2015 Avalanche Preview: Beware the MacK Attack

Behind rookie Nathan MacKinnon the Avs made the leap from league also-ran to Central Division champs in 2013-14. Can Colorado take the next step and emerge as Stanley Cup contenders?

Draft Kit: Maingot's Manifesto

Peter Maingot shares his top 10 draft tips, especially for those who play in a rotisserie style format. One such tip - target the backup goalies on elite teams, like Anaheim's John Gibson.

From the Press Box: First Round Preview

Paul Bruno laments that the Kings and the Sharks have to meet up in the first round of the playoffs, and he predicts each of the first round series.

Neutral Zone Wrap: Playoffs? Playoffs?! PLAYOFFS!

Evan Berofsky predicts that the Ducks will beat the Rangers to win the Cup this year, and gives you some tips for your playoff pools.

Neutral Zone Wrap: Streit Talk

Mark Streit has had some quiet stretches with the Flyers this season despite a pretty good overall season. Evan Berofsky suggests that those scoring droughts could occur with more frequency next season.

Blue Line Buzz: Flame On

The Flames and Mark Giordano have been quite productive lately, plus Dan Pennucci breaks down the goon points pool in this week's edition.

Monday Daily Puck: Playoff Talk

NHL Barometer: Avalanche of Points

Matt Duchene set a career high this year with 70 points, as he has 14 points in his last 16 games.

From the Press Box: Stretch Run Performers

Claude Giroux got off to a miserable start, but he's been on fire as of late.

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.

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.

NHL Barometer: Career Year for Duchene

The Avs' MVP, Matt Duchene is playing out of his mind and could be on his way to 80 points if he stays hot.

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.

Friday Daily Puck: Return And Reassurance

Nicklas Backstrom soothed his fantasy owners with a big game Thursday following a positive drug test at the Olympics.

Wednesday Daily Puck: Full Speed Ahead

The NHL kicks off its post-Olympic stretch run

NHL Schedule Analysis: Rock You Like a Hurricane

Eric Staal and the Hurricanes are the only NHL team with four games this week.

Saturday Daily Puck: Sochi Looms, Teams Face Ultimate Dooms

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

Sochi 2014: Team Analysis - United States

Joe Pavelski will be a key contributor for the American envoy to Russia, but can they improve upon their last Olympic result?

Tuesday Daily Puck: Back In Beantown

Tim Thomas makes his return to Boston on Tuesday for the first time since getting bounced in the first round of the playoffs in 2011-12, then retiring for a year.

Monday Daily Puck: Is Braden Holtby Back?

Saturday Daily Puck: Hot For Hockey

Thursday Daily Puck: Scriving and Saving

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

NHL Barometer: Weber's on the Prowl

Shea Weber is heating up after a stone-cold start to the year for the Predators.

From the Pressbox: Midseason Power Rankings

The Blackhawks are on top, and now they're getting the services of Corey Crawford again.

NHL Barometer: Super Joe to the Rescue

Super Joe Thornton isn't the goal-scorer he once was, but he still is a master facilitator for the Sharks.

Blue Line Buzz: Beyond the Sea

The Blackhawks are getting great seasons from Duncan Keith (pictured) and Brent Seabrook, but there are other defensemen in Chicago that can help you.

From the Pressbox: Revisting Sell-High Candidates

Paul Bruno revisits the cases of hot-starters like the Blues' Alexander Steen.

NHL Barometer: Lightning It Up

For all the consternation and concern as to how Martin St. Louis would play with Steven Stamkos out, so far, we can put that issue to bed.

Johnson For Shattenkirk, Stewart Revisited: Wednesday Daily Puck

The Avs made one of the league's most one-sided trades in 2011 when they dealt Kevin Shattenkirk and Chris Stewart for Erik Johnson

Blue Line Buzz: Gem In the Desert?

The Coyotes have gotten plenty of production from Oliver Ekman-Larsson and Keith Yandle (pictured), but there's another player leading them in goals from the blue line.