November 13th, 2010

The Biggest Fantasy Disappointments Thus Far

Every season there are guys who get off to slow starts, and you curse yourself for picking them in your draft, or holding on to them while all the hot starters get snapped up from ... Continue reading →

Jeff Carter signs 11 year extension with Flyers

Jeff Carter and the Philadelphia Flyers have agreed to an 11 year,  58 million dollar extension.  The deal, which would last through Carter’s 37th birthday, carries approximately a 5.27 million cap hit– pretty reasonable for a former 46 ... Continue reading →

Computer Picks: November 13th, 2010 — No Average Week

Since Monday, November the 8th, a total of 30 games have been played on the NHL schedule, and many of these games were in fact not your everyday “3-2 plus an empty-netter” affairs. This past week ... Continue reading →

Daily Deke: Sens invade Boston; Red Wings continue to roll

The NHL kicks off the weekend with 11 games on tap for this evening.  We’ll take a look at some notes and comments surrounding these matchups. Ottawa travels to Boston to take on the Bruins ... Continue reading →

Rookie Report: Top 10 Forwards

At the 2010 entry draft, the question was Taylor vs Tyler, who will go first. Before the season started, all the rookie hype was on 2010 first overall pick Taylor Hall as the prime Calder candidate. Now ... Continue reading →

Ryan Suter and Martin Erat returning tonight

Both Ryan Suter and injured forward Martin Erat will return tonight when the Nashville Predators take on the Chicago Blackhawks. We do not have the new lines yet, but will update you when we do. * * * ... Continue reading →

Nightly Scrap: Kovalchuk the hero in overtime

Ilya Kovalchuk scored the game winning goal just two days after flubbing a shootout attempt and ending the Devils’ attempt for a win.  However, most of the credit for the team’s win has to ... Continue reading →