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The Decade in Retrospect: Draft Picks

The end of the decade is nearly upon us, so we here at Daily Faceoff would like to commemorate some important events that have transpired over the last ten years in the National Hockey League.  ... Continue reading →

Under Review: Dec 8—Dec 13

It was another relatively quiet week in the NHL as the season starts winding down towards Christmas, but some history’s about to be made — in more ways than one — if the newsworthy notes from ... Continue reading →

Some Broadway Babble

Hey oh! My name is Kyle and I will be your Daily Faceoff provider for all things Rangers this season. I will cover some analysis, any roster moves and injuries, as well as fantasy implications ... Continue reading →

Join the DailyFaceoff.com Team!

How would you like to join the DailyFaceoff.com team?  We’re set to expand our coverage of the NHL and fantasy hockey, and provide more in-depth, team-specific analysis and work toward our goal of ... Continue reading →

Road to B.C: Brodeur appears Olympic ready

Congratulations to Martin Brodeur on matching Terry Sawchuk’s mark of 103 career shutouts last night. Brodeur achieved the recognition of being the league’s most winningest goaltender last season with 552, but this is even more ... Continue reading →

Under Review: Dec 1—Dec 7

To call last week a wacky and weird one would be an understatement. From fluke injuries, swinging sticks and a set of mega contracts, to the return of a sleeping giant, the week that was ... Continue reading →

Suspensions- The Debate Goes On
Reckless Abandon

Klesla Injury Ends Decent November on Sour Note

Hey there, everybody. I’m Adam Burke, your new Columbus Blue Jackets, and Buffalo Sabres, writer. Odd combination, eh? Well, for some quick background on myself, yes, there will be a test at the end ... Continue reading →

Under Review: Nov 23—Nov 30

As November ends and the daunting specter of Christmas shopping rises in the oh-so-immediate future, even the NHL is stuck in its “just get it done” phase, with a pretty quiet week of news behind ... Continue reading →