The Pacific Division is a much more appropriately named division this year since it no longer features the Dallas Stars, who have moved to the Central Division.
The only non-West Coast team are the Edmonton Oilers and Calgary Flames. This division features the Los Angeles Kings, who won the Stanley Cup two years ago, and the Anaheim Ducks, who won the division last year and were the second-seeded team in the Western Conference playoffs.
The Vancouver Canucks, one of the league's strongest teams in the last five years, are going through a transition as they fired head coach Alain Vigneault and hired authoritarian John Tortorella to give the team more discipline.
Here's our look at how the Pacific Division will play out in 2013-14.