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Weber will miss 5-6 months after undergoing knee surgery

The Montreal Canadiens announced that defenseman Shea Weber will be out for five to six months after undergoing arthroscopic knee surgery to repair a meniscal tear in his right knee.  Weber missed the final 49 games ... Continue reading →

2018 NHL Free Agent Tracker

The Top 30 Unrestricted Free Agents have been ranked below using Corsica’s Player Ratings to rank them.  Free Agency opens on Sunday, July 1st and we will update this list as the Free Agents start ... Continue reading →

2018 NHL Free Agency Preview: Right Wings

The NHL Free Agency period opens on Sunday, July 1st and there are a number of big fish on the market.  Over the course of the week, I will be previewing the top names at ... Continue reading →

Sabres acquire Sheary, Hunwick from Penguins

The Buffalo Sabres have acquired Conor Sheary and Matt Hunwick from the Pittsburgh Penguins for a conditional 2019 fourth-round draft pick.  Condition on draft pick. If Sheary scores 20 goals or 40 pts or Buf trades Hunwick before ... Continue reading →

2018 NHL Free Agency Preview: Left Wings

The NHL Free Agency period opens on Sunday, July 1st and there are a number of big fish on the market.  Over the course of the week, I will be previewing the top names at ... Continue reading →

2018 NHL Free Agency Preview: Centres

The NHL Free Agency period opens on Sunday, July 1st and there are a number of big fish on the market.  Over the course of the week, I will be previewing the top names at ... Continue reading →

Breaking Down the Hurricanes/Flames Trade

Day one of the NHL Draft was quiet, but the Carolina Hurricanes and Calgary Flames made a big splash on day two.  The Hurricanes traded Noah Hanifin and Elias Lindholm to the Flames for Dougie ... Continue reading →

DailyFaceoff NHL Mock Draft 2.0

I created a Mock Draft at the end of May, didn’t change anything and wrote profiles on every pick over the last 22 days.   A lot has changed since then. The NHL combine went down, ... Continue reading →

NHL Mock Draft 2018: No.31 — Alexander Alexeyev

Fresh off of the first Stanley Cup in franchise history, the Washington Capitals have already lost their head coach but own the No.31 and No.46 overall picks in the first two rounds.  The Capitals’ prospect ... Continue reading →

NHL Mock Draft 2018: No.30 — Martin Kaut

The rebuild is on in Detroit and the 2018 NHL Draft is going help in a big way.  The Red Wings own the No.6, No.30, No.33 and No.36 picks in the first two rounds. Additionally, they ... Continue reading →