2010 - Page 20

Daily Deke: Bruins & Pens matchup; St. Louis is rolling

After seven games last night, the NHL is back at it with six games scheduled tonight.  Be sure to check out the Starting Goalies and Team Lineups page.  Both are updated continuously throughout the day, ... Continue reading →

Nightly Scrap: Canes dominate Stanley Cup rematch

The Carolina Hurricanes simply continue to score goals in buckets.  As an excellent combination of veteran presence and youth, the team seems to be finally establishing their identity.  What better way to show that to ... Continue reading →

Avs’ TJ Galiardi breaks wrist, out indefinitely

TJ Galiardi broke his wrist last night after absorbing a hit from Flames’ captain Jarome Iginla awkwardly. The Avs have been unlucky when it comes to injuries– losing Adam Foote, Kyle Cumiskey, Peter Mueller and ... Continue reading →

The Heatmap: Who’s Hot and Who’s Not – Week 5

Here we are in week five of the season.  While some teams are climbing the standings, others are starting to realize that they are in for a long season. Here is a look at the ... Continue reading →

Crashing the Net – Week 5

With the first month of the NHL season officially in the books, fantasy owners are starting to see trends among their players and free agents.  Fantasy owners also have a better understanding of “Who is ... Continue reading →

Daily Deke: Canucks and Caps are hot; Sharks host Ducks

After a slow Monday to start the week, the NHL is back with seven games tonight.  We’ll review some notes/comments from some of the matchups on-tap for tonight.  As always, be sure to ... Continue reading →

Nightly Scrap: In playoff rematch, Red Wings win again

The Detroit Red Wings and Henrik Zetterberg defeated the Phoenix Coyotes in overtime, handing them their third straight loss.  Dan Cleary— scoring in his third straight game and assisted by the recently returned Brian Rafalski– ... Continue reading →

Flyers re-sign Giroux for three more years

The Philadelphia Flyers re-signed versatile forward Claude Giroux to a three-year extension.  This deal will kick in next year and be good for a 3.75 million cap hit, hitting 5 million in actual salary during his final ... Continue reading →