By Robert Vollman. Crosby projected to edge out Giroux, Backstrom for most assists.
By Ryan Wagman. Lundqvist No. 1 in Hockey Prospectus' projection of NHL's best netminders.
By Corey Pronman. Some familiar names at the top, but many players are moving up the ranks.
By Ryan Schwepfinger. The defending Norris winner tops the list, but he faces tough competition.
By Adam Gretz. Stamkos projected to edge out Ovechkin, Tavares for the Richard Trophy.
By Robert Vollman. Pittsburgh is projected as the best in the NHL, with a few others right behind.
By Corey Pronman. Colorado, Edmonton, Tampa Bay lead the way for young core depth.
By Corey Sznajder and Corey Pronman. Ducks could be due for regression after high shooting percentage in 2013.
By Corey Sznajder and Corey Pronman. With stability on the business side, Coyotes look to get back into playoffs.
By Corey Sznajder and Corey Pronman. Expectations are low for this rebuilding club, but there are some bright spots.
By Corey Sznajder and Corey Pronman. Can the young core finally deliver the Oilers to the postseason?
By Corey Sznajder and Corey Pronman. Core group led by trio of veterans looks to make Cup push in 2013-14.
By Timo Seppa. New teams in Seattle and Quebec City would have a tough first season.
By Corey Sznajder and Corey Pronman. New coach John Tortorella looks to keep Vancouver on top of the West.
By Corey Sznajder and Corey Pronman. Expect a bounce-back campaign from netminder Jonathan Quick.
By Corey Pronman. On Monday, I posted some notes from the four teams at the London prospect tournament regarding the performance of notable young players. But it wasn't possible to get everything out of my notebook in just one post, so let's circle back for some extended thoughts on some others.
By Robert Vollman and Corey Pronman. Big changes in Big D could lead Stars back to the postseason.
By Corey Pronman. As the NHL convened across North America for a slew of prospect tournaments, hockey writers followed suit, attending tourneys in Michigan, Florida and Ontario to get a glimpse of some of the league's future stars.
By Corey Pronman. Drouin, MacKinnon and Jones lead list of the best young prospects in hockey.
By Robert Vollman and Corey Pronman. With offseason additions, rejuvenated Halak, Blues could be Cup contenders.