By Corey Pronman. The series was mostly lopsided toward Canada in terms of skater performance, with Russia needing great goaltending to stay in the games. Regardless, there were still many good prospects on display.
By Matthew Coller. Host Matthew Coller and HP raconteur Ryan Wagman discuss the Subway Series Series, some recent NHL trades, and why the West is best (40:30). Continue reading Mini-podcast: Subway Super Series
By Ryan Wagman. Wrapping up the Who’s That Guy? series, we have reserved an entire article to familiarize you with this season’s unfamiliar Oilers. Continue reading Who’s that guy? Special Edmonton Oilers edition
By Matt Pfeffer. Using a new stat derived from GVT, who are the most deserving Hockey Hall of Fame candidates in 2014? Continue reading My 2014 HHOF Inductees
By Leslie Treff. The 2013-14 tournament season continued for NHL prospects in November, with the Four Nations U18 Tournament and World Junior “A” Challenge. For several of the 2014 draft eligibles from Canada, Sweden, and the United States, these two tournaments were another chance to really stand out. Continue reading Four Nations and Junior “A” tournament wrap-up
By Matthew Coller. Host Matthew Coller chats with HP prospect expert Leslie Treff about the 2014 NHL Entry Draft and some of the top players teams might be targeting (27:23). Continue reading Mini-podcast: 2014 draft targets
By Adam Gretz. In addition to the fine play of goaltenders Craig Anderson and Robin Lehner, the line of Clarke MacArthur, Kyle Turris, and Bobby Ryan is keeping Ottawa in the hunt. Continue reading MacArthur-Turris-Ryan keeping Sens alive
By Corey Pronman. The Subway Super Series between the CHL and Russian Selects kicks off Nov. 18. This event is a prime viewing opportunity for some of Canada's top under-20 players, and also another prime evaluation tool for potential spots on Canada's World Junior Championships team.
By Matthew Coller. Host Matthew Coller and HP editor Timo Seppa talk about a long-awaited day of big changes for the Sabres, with Darcy Regier and Ron Rolston out, and Pat Lafontaine and Ted Nolan in (33:35). Continue reading Mini-podcast: Big changes in Buffalo
By Ryan Wagman. How the Lightning can stay competitive without their top player.
By Ryan Wagman. Was he a scapegoat or fired for cause? The saga of Kevin Dineen and the Florida Panthers. Continue reading Scapegoat or fired for cause?
By Ryan Wagman. Who the new contributors are in the Pacific. Continue reading Who’s that guy? Pacific Division
By Matthew Coller. Matthew Coller and Hockey Prospectus author Ryan Wagman discuss whether Toronto’s success is luck or skill, and hit on the Oilers, Panthers, and Hall of Fame (24:34). Continue reading Mini-podcast: Luck or skill for the Leafs?
By Corey Pronman. 19-year-old defenseman clear favorite, but Tomas Hertl also impressive.
By Leslie Treff. From among the drafted and draft-eligible NHL prospects in the NCAA, who are off to the best starts early on? Continue reading NCAA prospects to watch
By Matthew Coller. Host Matthew Coller and HP contributor Erik Yost talk about the Flyers’ future. Will Paul Holmgren get the ax? Will Giroux ever find his groove? Plus, Erik’s live witnessing of Ray Emery’s assault on Braden Holtby (21:09). Continue reading Mini-podcast: Woes of the Flyers
By Matthew Coller. Could Miller, Reimer be on the move to potential playoff teams?
By Tom Awad. Stamkos leads the forwards while Rask is atop the goaltender list.
By Ryan Schwepfinger. It is one of the biggest challenges in fantasy hockey: handling hot starts from unexpected players, or slumps from stars. How many games is enough? Will the trend continue? Should I cut bait? Continue reading Too legit to quit?
By Corey Pronman. Kucherov, Dumoulin among minor league players to watch this season.