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Crashing the Net – Week 4

There are plenty of NHL teams suffering from the injury bug over the first few weeks of the season.  Not only are NHL teams having to adjust their lines, fantasy owners are also feeling the ... Continue reading →

Nightly Scrap: Brent Johnson leads Malkin-less Pens

First of all I would just like to add an apology to the likely 1 percent of our readers who relied on our Curtis McElhinney/Jonas Hiller non-call.  Usually I stay on the site until 10 or 10:30 ... Continue reading →

Buy or Sell: Analyzing early season trends (Part 2/2)

Rick Nash – Nash continues to be one of the most overrated assets in fantasy hockey.  He has never broke 80 points in a season and never played a full 82 game season in his career.  Yes we ... Continue reading →

Buy or Sell: Analyzing early season trends (Part 1/2)

Jason Spezza – Spezza returns to the lineup tonight so there should be no time better to buy low on the playmaking pivot.  Last season, Spezza looked bad in October/November, with only five points over 12 ... Continue reading →

Daily Deke: NHL Super Saturday

With 28 teams hitting the ice tonight, the NHL will be a busy place on Saturday night.  Because pretty much every team plays tonight, there are no NHL games scheduled for tomorrow.  As always, be sure ... Continue reading →

Andrei Markov returning; paired with PK Subban

UPDATED 10/30/10 @ 11:53 AM:  According to Arpon Basu of NHL.com, Markov will indeed return to the lineup tonight and be paired with rookie PK Subban.  Should be an excellent game as the Habs look for their ... Continue reading →

Spezza in, Michalek out; Kuba & Leclaire practicing

UPDATED 10/30/10 @ 10:58 AM:  Jason Spezza will indeed return to the lineup tonight but his left wing Milan Michalek will not play.  Michalek will reportedly miss a few games with  tendinitis in his knee. In his absence, ... Continue reading →

Nightly Scrap: Flyers, Bobrovsky win again at Consol

Sergei Bobrovsky won his second game at the Consol Energy Center as the Flyers overtook the Pittsburgh Penguins 3-2. After defenseman Kris Letang took a first period lead, Philadelphia would fire back with three straight ... Continue reading →