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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 →

Fantasy Week 5 Reviewed

This week in the NHL has been one that has seen star players collide, and rivalries renewed. In an original six matchup last night, Montreal and Boston played each other for the first time this ... Continue reading →

Daily Deke: Crosby & Stamkos meet; Ducks soaring

Six games on tap tonight from the NHL.  Below are some notes and comments regarding some of the matchups. In New Jersey, we’ll have a battle between two last place teams in their respective ... Continue reading →

Blues’ David Backes signs five-year extension

St. Louis Blues first line center/wing David Backes has signed a five year extension with the team worth 22.5 million.  His cap hit will be an even 4.5 million as the team locks in a vital ... Continue reading →

Leafs call up Nazem Kadri and Keith Aulie

According to Darren Dreger of TSN, via Twitter, the Toronto Maple Leafs have recalled both Keith Aulie and Nazem Kadri.  The Leafs have lost seven straight games and now have to rush their kids’ development ... Continue reading →

Nightly Scrap: Flyers dominate Canes, Cam Ward

After winning their last game 7-1, the Carolina Hurricanes got a taste of their own medicine, losing to the Philadelphia Flyers 8-1. Cam Ward let in more than three goals for the third time this ... Continue reading →