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Fantasy or Fiction: Will Boudreau’s Benching Spark Ovechkin?

I was sitting on the couch I got from Ivy and Wilde last night, taking in the final few minutes of the Anaheim Ducks and Washington Capitals game Tuesday night, when all hell broke lose.  ... Continue reading →

The Resurgence of Dion Phaneuf

To the surprise of those outside the Greater Toronto Area, the Maple Leafs are off to a roaring start this season, led by the play of captain Dion Phaneuf.  On the surface, he has posted 2 ... Continue reading →

Fantasy Or Fiction: Is Trading Sidney Crosby A Good Move?

It sucks royally being in the middle of the pack in my keeper league, even if it is after only two weeks.  After winning the last three President’s trophies, I’m more accustomed to ... Continue reading →

Checking in on The Nuge and Gabriel Landeskog

Statistics current as of games completed Monday, October 24 Whether or not you are in a Keeper League, recently drafted rookies are a key part of the fantasy hockey experience.  Last season, 2010 draftees Taylor Hall, Jeff ... Continue reading →

Sell High on the Isles

Specifically John Tavares, PA Parenteau and Matt Moulson. While anyone can tell you that Parenteau isn’t going to record 115 points as his current pace suggests, and Tavares probably isn’t going to bulge the ... Continue reading →

Anybody Want To Make A Deal For Mike Green?

I take a lot of pride in my ability to draft a solid squad, but this year, circumstances didn’t allow me to attend one of my online drafts (I was on my way home ... Continue reading →

How To: Deal with Fantasy Hockey Sentimental Value

The hardest part is saying goodbye to a fantasy hockey legend.  Sometimes there are just certain players that will leave you wanting to hold on to them for far longer than they’re worth.  Martin ... Continue reading →

Make a New Plan Stan

By Friend of Daily Faceoff Rich Lindbloom “What me worry? There’s must be at least 50 ways to find that elusive #2 center – having $3 mildo in my pocket is a good start.” Last Saturday I was ... Continue reading →

How to: Break the Hockey Injury Code

We apologize in advance for the controversial nature of this article.  However, there comes a point in time where the lid has to be blown off a bit.  There are times when you look at ... Continue reading →

Which NHL Goalies Are Poised For Breakout Seasons in 2011-12?

It never fails. Every year, NHL goalies who were a sure bet in the crease the season prior, find a way to fall flat on their face. It could be injury, sporadic play or even ... Continue reading →