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2015-16 NHL Divisional Breakdown: Central

Thursday, September 17, 2015

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2015-16 NHL Divisional Breakdown: Central

In the past I have done a breakdown of all 30 NHL teams. This season I have decided to break it down by division with a preview for each team inside! The Central Division is arguably the toughest division in the NHL. It consists of the defending Stanley Cup Champions, one of the best goaltending […]

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2015-16 NHL Divisional Breakdown: Metropolitan

Friday, September 11, 2015

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2015-16 NHL Divisional Breakdown: Metropolitan

In the past I have done a breakdown of all 30 NHL teams. This season I have decided to break it down by division with a preview for each team inside! In the Atlantic Division Preview I noted that one of the biggest offseason moves was the hiring of Mike Babcock, but the biggest move […]

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2015-16 NHL Divisional Breakdown: Atlantic

Wednesday, September 9, 2015

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2015-16 NHL Divisional Breakdown: Atlantic

In the past I have done a breakdown of all 30 NHL teams. This season I have decided to break it down by division with a preview for each team inside! With 28 days until the start of the regular season being kicked off by the Toronto Maple Leafs and Montreal Canadiens, I chose to start […]

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Team-by-Team Season Preview – Tampa Bay Lightning

Monday, September 29, 2014

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Team-by-Team Season Preview – Tampa Bay Lightning

Additions: Subtractions: Brian Boyle – C Anders Lindback – G Anton Stralman – D Sami Salo – D Evgeni Nabokov – G Pierre-Cedric Labrie – LW Jason Garrison – D Ryan Malone – RW Brenden Morrow – LW Mike Kostka – D Mike Blunden – RW Keith Aulie – D Tom Pyatt – LW The […]

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DailyFaceoff Draft Week Round-up

Tuesday, June 24, 2014

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DailyFaceoff Draft Week Round-up

With the Stanley Cup Champion freshly crowned we take a look at some of the most relevant stories this week with the NHL Draft approaching, players in free agency and the newest Hockey Hall of Fame inductee’s Cam Charon at Canucks Army takes a look at top defensive prospect Aaron Ekblad who should go top […]

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EA SPORTS NHL 14 PLAYOFF EMULATOR

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

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EA SPORTS NHL 14 PLAYOFF EMULATOR

Tuukka Rask winning a Stanley Cup as a starting goaltender probably won’t annoy Leafs fans, will it? EA Sports and NHL 14 have completed their annual playoff emulator! They take the current playoff tree, match all the teams who are facing each other with their updated rosters, and see who the game predicts will win […]

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NHL Playoffs Breakdown: Eastern Conference

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

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NHL Playoffs Breakdown: Eastern Conference

On Monday, we released our Western Conference Playoff preview, now it is time to take a look at the East. But before you read on, make sure you sign up for our Fantasy Hockey Playoff Pool! It is $10, with part of the proceeds going to Edmonton Inner City Children’s Program. Also you have a shot […]

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Toews shut-down for remainder of Regular Season

Friday, April 4, 2014

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Toews shut-down for remainder of Regular Season

After being injured on Sunday, the Blackhawks have elected to shut captain Jonathan Toews down for the rest of the regular season. Chicago sits third in the Central Division with 99 points and have already clinched a playoff spot, so they will sit Toews down and save him for another Stanley Cup run. The Hawks […]

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The Ironmen: Analyzing the Leaders in Games Played

Sunday, June 19, 2011

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The Ironmen: Analyzing the Leaders in Games Played

Six special players laced up their skates for all 82 games of this year’s regular season and then the maximum 25 of a grueling postseason — totaling 107 games each. These six skaters — Henrik Sedin, Daniel Sedin, Ryan Kesler, Tomas Kaberle, Rich Peverley and Jannik Hansen — all likely played through injuries and gave everything their […]

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Horton Becomes a Hometown Hero

Tuesday, May 31, 2011

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Horton Becomes a Hometown Hero

When you think of legendary Boston Bruins, the names’ Bobby Orr, Phil Esposito and Cam Neely immediately come to mind. Come seasons end, you might just see Nathan Horton’s name added to the list. After toiling in relative anonymity in Florida for 6 seasons, Horton’s quickly made a name for himself in Beantown in his […]

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