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Where Do The Islanders Fit In The Metro Division?

The New York Islanders appear to be more or less set for the start of training camp, and their roster will almost look identical to last year’s Islanders squad that began the 2014-2015 season. With some of their division rivals having made some big changes this off-season, it’s hard to predict where the Islanders will finish in the Metropolitan Division this upcoming year.

The Isles signed Thomas Greiss to a two-year contract to back up Jaroslav Halak. Aside from signing prospect Kirill Petrov to a one-year deal (hey, remember him?), the Islanders were quiet on the free agent front.

Hawks travel to Anaheim to face slumping Ducks

 

The Hawks (34-10-14) continue their California travels Wednesday night, looking to continue their scoring ways against the Anaheim Ducks (40-13-5), currently the only team in front of Chicago in the NHL standings. The teams have split the season series with a game apiece, and tonight will be the final regular season meeting between the two teams.

 

A win from Chicago will bring the Hawks to within one ...

Kings Continue Season Slide, Fall to Ducks 7-4

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Stanley Cup hangovers have proved to be problems of varying degrees for teams coming off of a championship. Blame the perpetual photo shoot sessions and unending praise from complete strangers and an overwhelming feeling of accomplishment for a sluggish start to a new year. It’s easy to do those things. But when looking at this 48-game schedule, it’s also easy to point towards the especially extended offseason, coupled with the fact that the Kings’ roster is basically identical to the one which won the Stanley Cup last June and wonder why the team isn’t winni...