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Fantasy Season in Review: Edmonton Oilers

Offensive Corps: Dustin Penner led the Oilers in goals, assists, points, powerplay goals and shots.  To be honest he represented the lone offensive threat once Ales Hemsky went down with injuries.  His 63 points marked a ... Continue reading →

Forgettable 2009-10 Fantasy Seasons: Part 5/5

It’s always a difficult process making player projections at the start of a fantasy season but what happens when we think the world of a player and he falls completely short of his lofty ... Continue reading →

Forgettable 2009-10 Fantasy Seasons: Part 4/5

It’s always a difficult process making player projections at the start of a fantasy season but what happens when we think the world of a player and he falls completely short of his lofty ... Continue reading →

Remarkable 2009-10 Fantasy Seasons: Part 2

Matt is covering the forgettable 2009-10 fantasy campaigns, so I am going to look at some guys who really surpassed expectations this season and hopefully helped deliver your team a fantasy title.  This is part 2. ... Continue reading →

Forgettable 2009-10 Fantasy Seasons: Part 3/5

It’s always a difficult process making player projections at the start of a fantasy season but what happens when we think the world of a player and he falls completely short of his lofty ... Continue reading →

A Rivalry is Born: Vancouver Canucks vs. Chicago Blackhawks Series Preview

A Rivalry is Born: Vancouver Canucks vs. Chicago Blackhawks Series Preview

Depending on perspective, the Vancouver Canucks have either been the most fun team to watch this season or the most stressful .The Canucks have had few wins in the latter half of this season that ... Continue reading →

An Unlikely Pairing: Philadelphia Flyers vs. Boston Bruins Series Preview

An Unlikely Pairing: Philadelphia Flyers vs. Boston Bruins Series Preview

While these two teams were battling down the stretch of the regular season for their playoff lives, prognosticators were already pencilling in both Martin Brodeur and Ryan Miller for the Eastern Conference Finals, but in ... Continue reading →

Mismatch on Paper:  Montreal Canadiens vs. Pittsburgh Penguins Series Preview

Mismatch on Paper: Montreal Canadiens vs. Pittsburgh Penguins Series Preview

With just 2 days to recover from their magical game 7 triumph in Washington, the Montreal Canadiens are almost certain to take a loss here in game 1 of this series (due to emotional and physical drainage) , but ... Continue reading →

Powerhouses Collide: Detroit Red Wings vs. San Jose Sharks Series Preview

When it comes to recent success in the Western Conference, these two teams have been the proverbial ‘gold standards’, but whereas San Jose has seen most of its successes come only in the regular season, ... Continue reading →

Did you think the goalie controversies were over?

In a season where virtually no starting goaltender’s job was safe, we saw Montreal, Washington, and Ottawa all swap their starting goaltenders in an effort to shift momentum back in their favour but what ... Continue reading →