2012 - Page 2

NHL Fantasy Briefs: Anaheim Ducks

No-brainers Players you should be drafting in all standard formats: Corey Perry: In his final season before free agency, Perry could net himself a huge payday with a huge year. Ryan Getzlaf: Ditto. Bobby Ryan: ... Continue reading →

Hurricanes looking to make a run at the Cup

After trading for their captain Eric Staal’s brother Jordan earlier in the offseason the Carolina Hurricanes made another big offseason splash by signing Alexander Semin. After missing the playoffs for the third straight year ... Continue reading →

Will Rick Nash Reach His Potential in New York?

Earlier today, the hockey world exploded with the news of a Rick Nash trade. Often-criticized GM Scott Howson of the Columbus Blue Jackets finally found an appropriate price from New York Rangers GM Glen Sather, ... Continue reading →

Lucky 13: Parise and Suter Commit to the Wild

Independence Day was all but independent for the former New Jersey Devils captain Zach Parise and Nashville Predators defenseman Ryan Suter. The two American born Free Agents had collaborated all season long about pairing up ... Continue reading →

Roy Gets A Fresh Start in Dallas

After shipping off Mike Ribeiro to the Washington Capitals at the draft, the Dallas Stars had a void to fill up the middle.  After dealing for Cody Hodgson last season, the Buffalo Sabres had a ... Continue reading →

Gaborik Opts for Surgery; Out 6 Months

Things usually get pretty quiet around the fantasy world once the league narrows down to its final two teams but this news cannot be ignored.  NHL.com reports that Marian Gaborik suffered a torn rotator ... Continue reading →

Playoff Pool Primer Round 3

Goalies The playoffs in the West have been a low scoring affair, and expect that to continue with defensive-minded squads LA and Phoenix squaring of the the Conference Finals. Jonathan Quick leads all goalies with ... Continue reading →

Playoff Pool Primer Round 2: West Goalies and East Scorers?

Aside from the Pittsburgh-Philadelphia series, goaltending has outright dominated the 2011-12 playoffs.  In fact, all 4 of the teams coming out of the West have 2 goals allowed per game or less.  The Rangers are the only ... Continue reading →

Brodeur Sets Record with Shutout

With Thursday’s 4-0 shutout over the Florida Panthers in Game 4, the 39-year old Martin Brodeur broke Patrick Roy’s 9-year long mark for most shutouts in the NHL playoffs at 24.  Roy’s last playoff ... Continue reading →

Daniel Sedin a Gametime Decision for Game 4

Let’s face it, the Canucks are up against a wall and after generating only 4 goals in 3 games, need all of the offensive and special teams help they can get.  The scapegoat for the 0-3 ... Continue reading →