With the NHL season almost halfway complete, we take a look at where teams stand now, compared to where they stood at this point last season. The Islanders are vastly improved, while the Avalanche continue to fall.
With Pascal Dupuis out of commission due to a blood clot, a new opening exists for the Penguins on Sidney Crosby's line. Michael Clifford reveals who will fill the void, and why he could be a strong punt play in DFS.
Dan Boyle has a new home in New York, the Flyers lost out on Scott Hartnell due to cap concerns, and the Capitals hired Barry Trotz and are embracing a new defensive approach. Paul Bruno breaks down each team's moves from the Metropolitan Division.