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Devils' Shootout Woes

New Jersey's shootout victory in the preseason was more than they had all last season.

A lot has happened in the National Hockey League since March 10, 2013.

The Chicago Blackhawks have won the Stanley Cup, and so have the Los Angeles Kings. The New York Rangers made the Stanley Cup Finals after trading away their captain in 2014. TJ Oshie of the St. Louis Blues went from a little known right winger to a national superstar. The success of the Winter Classic led to the Stadium Series and more outdoor hockey and Jaromir Jagr became the seventh player in league history to score 700 goals.

One thing that hasn’t happened since March 10, 2013? The New Jersey Devils have not won in the shootout in a regular season game.

New Rules Announced for NHL 2014-15 Season

A rink makeover and harsher penalties highlight NHL rule changes for 2014-15.

Yesterday the NHL announced a few rule changes for the 2014-15 season that ranged everywhere from the rink to the shootout to face-offs. Looking through the rules, many of them focus on incidents or issues that players, coaches and fans have complained about over the years and wanted changed in some way, while also showing the NHL is looking to make the game safer and will not tolerate players taking advantage of obscurities in old rules.

A Team in Flux

Even with young talent, Barroway's recent suit against Isles' Wang shows they still have plenty of issues.

Earlier this summer, I discussed how the New York Islanders young talent indicated a bright future for the franchise. However, recent reports show the team’s future could be just as murky as ever.

Sharks to Host Kings in the 2015 Stadium Series

The new home of the San Francisco 49ers will be transformed into a hockey rink this winter.

The reigning Stanley Cup champion Los Angeles Kings find themselves in another outdoor game in their home state, this time in Levi’s Stadium, the brand new home of the San Francisco 49ers’ NFL franchise, against an all too familiar opponent, the San Jose Sharks.

Red Wings' Youth Could Bring Big Success

Nyquist is just one of many young Wings players that will be crucial to their success in the future.

The Detroit Red Wings re-signed 23 year-old winger Tomas Tatar to a three year deal worth $2.75 million per year after 19 goals and 39 points in his first full NHL season. Tatar is just one of the many young players on the Red Wings that performed well last season, and will be instrumental in his team’s success next season and beyond.