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Which NHL Teams Will Be Most Hurt By Injuries?

Sports PhotoIt’s crunch-time in the NHL. Teams are fighting for playoff spots, and every game seems like it’s life or death. Several teams are going to have their fates decided by who stays healthy, and who gets injured. Complete Story

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NHL Trade Deadline Winners and Losers

Sports PhotoThe NHL trade deadline has come and gone. Who’s going to improve, and who’s going to stay the same? Find out in our list of deadline winners and losers. Complete Story

The Race to the NHL Playoffs Begins Now

Sports PhotoWith the NHL All-Star Game now in the rearview mirror, it’s now officially time to look at the NHL playoffs. There are a ton of bubble teams that could easily make a run, which means some of the ones that are sitting comfortably need to be alert. Complete Story

The NHL Has a Problem: No Team in Houston

Sports PhotoThe NHL has chosen Seattle rather than Houston to be its 32nd franchise, tying the NFL for the largest among the four major sports leagues. Bad move, says SC’s Anthony Brancato, who explains why. Complete Story

Can Anyone Stop the Tampa Bay Lightning?

Sports PhotoThe Tampa Bay Lightning have the best record in the league, and it’s not close. Can they keep it up all the way to the playoffs? SC’s Scott Huntington takes a look. Complete Story

NHL Player Power Rankings

Sports Photo2018 has been a crazy year so far in the NHL, full of many ups, downs, and surprises. At this exact moment, who are the best players in the NHL? SC’s Scott Huntington is glad you asked. Complete Story

What Happened to the Ottawa Senators?

Sports PhotoThe trade of Erik Karlsson was huge for Ottawa, but just one more blunder that the team’s ownership has made in a disastrous year, says SC’s Scott Huntington. Complete Story

2018 Stanley Cup Final Preview

Sports PhotoWashington Capitals. Vegas Golden Knights. It’s a matchup nobody would have predicted at the start of the season, or even at the start of the playoffs. That’s just one of the reasons it’s going to be fantastic. Complete Story

NHL’s Regressive Move Produces Unusual Gold Medal Showdown

Sports PhotoFor the first time since 1994, NHL players did not compete in the Winter Olympics. SC’s Brad Oremland examines the decision, which produced a gold medal game whose exciting conclusion couldn’t overcome the lackluster quality of play. Complete Story

Will the Penguins Win Three Cups in a Row?

Sports PhotoOn June 11, at the conclusion of a 2-0 win in Game 6 of the final, the Pittsburgh Penguins hoisted the Stanley Cup for the second time in as many years. It’s a feat that hasn’t occurred in the modern era of the NHL. But can they do it again? Complete Story

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