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From the Press Box: Three Surprising Contenders

Paul Bruno takes a look at Kyle Okposo and the surprising Islanders, one of three teams that didn't contend last year but are up near the top of their respective divisions this season.

Friday Daily Puck: On Bryan Murray

The hockey world reels from the announcement of Bryan Murray's battle with cancer.

Neutral Zone Wrap: To Hab or Hab Not

Alex Galchenyuk has fulfilled the sleeper potential that many saw for him, but even though his team is flying high there are some potential potholes in the road ahead.

From The Press Box: The Early Surprises

Gabriel Landeskog and the Avs are off to a slow start so far. Paul Bruno also examines two of the higher-drafted rookies in this year's class.

Tuesday Daily Puck: Hot, Fresh Duck

The Ducks' Frederik Andersen has been a revelation in goal only for those who weren't paying attention while he dominated last season.

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.

2014-2015 Predators Preview: Music City Makeover

After the dismissal of long-time coach Barry Trotz following last season's 88-point effort, will Shea Weber and the Preds be able to regroup in Year 1 under new bench boss Peter Laviolette?

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.

Morning Skate: Olympic Gloating, Trade Fallout

Janet gloats about Team Canada's double-dip, and she and Dan break down the Ryan Miller trade.

From the Press Box: Olympic Preview

Sidney Crosby leads the super-talented and favored Canadian squad.

Blue Line Buzz: Olympic Blue Lines

Ryan Suter figures to log a ton of ice time for Team USA, much as he does for the Wild during the regular season.

NHL Barometer: Backes Carries Blues

David Backes may not get the publicity of other centers, but with 174 hits and 38 blocked shots, he plays a complete game.

From the Press Box: Hidden Waiver Wire Gems

Paul Bruno advises you to scour the waiver wire rather than trade to address your team's shortcomings. You might just find the next Antoine Vermette.

Blue Line Buzz: John Carlson Sighting

In Washington, sightings of American Olympian John Carlson have been reported. Dan Pennucci discusses Carlson's mercurial production and highlights other blue liners on the rise this week.

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.

The Waiver Wire: Back in the Saddle

After a month-long slump, Nazem Kadri has found his game again, and has 14 points in his last nine games.

Friday Daily Puck: Let's Take This Inside

Henrik Lundqvist and the Rangers get to be the home team on Friday as the Islanders try to avenge Wednesday's 2-1 Blueshirt win at Yankee Stadium.

From the Press Box: Anticipating the Trade Deadline

Nazem Kadri might be on the trade block before the March 8th deadline, but Paul Bruno believes that the Leafs would be mistaken to deal him at anything less than full price.

Neutral Zone Wrap: Stadium Hysterium

The Lightning have been rolling despite the absence of Steven Stamkos - Evan Berofsky talks about who has been carrying the load for them lately, and speculates on the top five fictional places for the next outdoor NHL games.

The Waiver Wire: Feeling the Blues

If rumor is to be believed, Ryan Miller may be headed to St. Louis which may kill Brian Elliott's value.

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 Barometer: Mighty Mite Power

Martin St. Louis has been on fire since getting snubbed by Team Canada for the Winter Olympics.

The Waiver Wire: Our Best and Worst Recommendations of 2013

As the end of year approaches, we review our best and worst calls of the year from the Waiver Wire.

Blue Line Buzz: No Peeking

Should PK Subban make Team Canada? Dan Pennucci is incredulous that it's even a question.

NHL Schedule Analysis: Regional Rivals

There's not much love lost between the Sabres and the Bruins, in no small part because of Milan Lucic's actions in previous tilts.

NHL Barometer: Franzen is Motorin'

Detroit's Johan Franzen has been on an absolute tear over the last month, scoring at least a point in 11 of his last 14 games.

NHL Barometer: Take That, Mayor

David Desharnais' recent run has quieted Montreal mayor Denis Coderre, who suggested a one-way ticket to the AHL for Desharnais back.

Frozen Fantasy: Hockey Turned Upside Down

Is the NHL landscape about to change in the wake of the $5.2B deal between the league and Rogers? Janet Eagleson thinks so, and the fallout could lead to the return of dynasties thanks to a higher salary cap.

The Waiver Wire: Hello Again, Mr. Andersen

With Viktor Fasth's second injury this year, Frederik Andersen has another chance to shine.