2010 - Page 30

Nightly Scrap: Caps, Leafs lose second straight

The return of Semyon Varlamov probably did not go as anticipated. Varlamov would only stop 30 of 34 shots en route to his first loss of the season. When his team, the Washington Capitals, squared off to ... Continue reading →

Daily Deke: Howard hosts the Flames; Kings and Pens go for fourth straight

The NHL has ten games scheduled on this wonderful Thursday evening.  We have some exciting matchups ahead, as teams not only look to continue their win streaks, but also have some goalie controversies brewing.  Speaking ... Continue reading →

Lecavalier listed as day-to-day with hand injury

UPDATE 10/21/10 @ 11:46 AM: According to Erik Erlendsson of the Tampa Tribune, Lecavalier will be a game-time decision tonight. UPDATE 10/18/10 @ 11:38 AM:  According to the teams official twitter, Lecavalier is listed as very doubtful for game tonight per ... Continue reading →

Nightly Scrap: Sabres break five-game losing streak

The Buffalo Sabres and Ryan Miller finally won another game. Their style indicates that they need to score in bunches and their netminder needs to be on top of his game.  Last night in their 4... Continue reading →

Johan Franzen returning against the Flames

UPDATE 10/21/20 @ 10:35 AM:  Franzen will return to the second line tonight when the team hosts the Calgary Flames. UPDATE 10/15/10 @ 11:14 AM:  Initial news is Franzen out with a concussion.  He hopes to return to the lineup shortly, ... Continue reading →


It’s just the first release so they don’t look fantastic… but you’ll start to see the jerseys and everything else rolled out shortly – hopefully this works for the time being. We’ll ... Continue reading →

Daily Deke: Getzlaf, Sedin and Hossa; Oh, my!

After an exciting Tuesday night of NHL action, there are four games on the schedule for tonight.  As always, be sure to check out our Starting Goalies section for all of your confirmed starters for ... Continue reading →

Nightly Scrap: Wild dominate Canucks; Bruins snap Caps’ streak

The Minnesota Wild simply dominated the Vancouver Canucks last night, defeating them 6-2. Six different Wild players managed to put one past Roberto Luongo as the elite netminder saved only 12 shots.  Niklas Backstrom played an ... Continue reading →