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Fantasy or Fiction: The End of the Line for Brodeur?

Three goals against on 17 shots. Another three allowed – on three attempts – in the shootout. The end result – a 4-3 loss to the lowly Toronto Maple Leafs on home ice Friday night. Welcome to Martin Brodeur’... Continue reading →

Nicklas Lidstrom Listed as Game-Time Decision

By all accounts, Lidstrom had a great skate this morning. The Red Wings captain was notably more agile and looks to be finally past that nagging ankle injury. Following the optional practice, Lidstrom told Fox ... Continue reading →

Duncan Keith Suspended Five Games for Elbow

When Duncan Keith delivered a lethal elbow to the face of superstar winger Daniel Sedin, the question was not if he gets suspended but rather how long. The former Norris Trophy winner led with the ... Continue reading →

Dropping the Gloves: Pick One

Dropping the Gloves is a new series in which Cameron Chase and Alexander Monaghan share their weekly thoughts on fantasy hockey via email. The main purpose of the article is to entertain so keep in ... Continue reading →

Do You Trust Evgeni Nabokov Next Year?

At the trade deadline, New York Islanders starting goalie Evgeni Nabokov was not ready to re-sign with his current organization. Nabokov was just a month removed from a stellar January– one he likely felt would ... Continue reading →

Alexander Radulov is Obviously Worth a Waiver Claim

Alexander Radulov is officially a non-suspended member of the Nashville Predators. Last week, head coach Barry Trotz was famously quoted as saying he will believe Radulov’s return when he sees the whites of his ... Continue reading →