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November 12th – Fantasy Hockey Goalie Rankings

Only one game on Monday and the NHL lost one their best players… With 11 games on the slate tonight, there should be a lot to watch and talk about tomorrow. Some of the more interesting ... Continue reading →

UPDATE: Lightning confirm Stamkos has broken tibia, surgery on Tuesday

5:48 p.m EST – Per Tampa Bay Lightning GM Steve Yzerman – Tampa Bay Lightning center Steven Stamkos was diagnosed with a broken tibia in his right leg [Monday] in Boston, vice president and general manager Steve ... Continue reading →

Fantasy Hockey: Key Injury Updates

There are a lot of key fantasy players around the NHL who are dealing with minor or major injuries. Here is the latest on some of the most important sidelined players. Craig Anderson – G – Ottawa ... Continue reading →

James Neal returns Saturday [UPDATE]

[UPDATE] Neal will play on the fourth line vs. St. Louis. ******* Pittsburgh Penguins forward James Neal (lower-body) is expected to play sometime during the coming week. Neal has been out of action with a lower-body ... Continue reading →

November 7th – Fantasy Hockey Goalie Rankings

What is up Fantasy Hockey enthusiasts? 11 games on the schedule tonight with a number of sweet matchups for us to enjoy. Are you going to watch the 1-7 Minnesota Vikings vs. the 3-5 Washington Redskins? ... Continue reading →

Pekka Rinne likely out 6-8 weeks with E. Coli infection

Original reports had Nashville Predators netminder Pekka Rinne missing at least four weeks – it turns out that it will likely be 6-8 weeks. Rinne was reportedly dealing with a bacterial infection in his hip, but ... Continue reading →

November 5th – Fantasy Hockey Goalie Rankings

Saturday was a bad day for goalie confirms due to the lack of morning skates, so that is why there was no goalie rankings. Tonight there are nine games on the NHL schedule including Tyler ... Continue reading →

Pominville captains DailyFaceoff Fantasy Team of the Week

Every Monday I will be writing an article outlining the LW, C, RW, two D-Men and goaltender that performed the best at their position this past week. This team will be based off of the ... Continue reading →

*UPDATE* – Bolland suffers leg laceration in Leafs’ 4-0 loss

  Per @MapleLeafs November 4 – 11:02 a.m – Dave Bolland had successful surgery to repair a severed tendon on the outside of his left ankle. He is out indefinitely  Per James Mirtle November 4 – 3:30 p.m – The Toronto ... Continue reading →

Canucks ink Sedin twins to four-year extensions

The Vancouver Canucks have signed twin-brothers Henrik and Daniel Sedin to matching four-year, $28-million contract extensions. The Sedin twins were set to become free agents at the end of the season, but these extensions will ... Continue reading →