Tag Archive | "Andrew Cogliano"

Conference Semifinals Preview – Ducks vs. Flames

Wednesday, April 29, 2015

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Conference Semifinals Preview – Ducks vs. Flames

Playoff Team Stats Ducks Flames G/PG 4.00 (1st) 3.00 (4th) GA/PG 2.25 (6th) 2.33 (t-8th) PP% 27.3% (3rd) 27.8% (2nd) PK% 84.6% (t-5th) 81.2% (10th) Playoff Point Leaders Ducks Flames Corey Perry 3G / 4A = 7 Points Jiri Hudler 3G / 3A = 6 Points Jakob Silfverberg 2G / 4A = 6 Points Johnny Gaudreau…

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DraftKings Cheat Sheet – April 22nd

Wednesday, April 22, 2015

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DraftKings Cheat Sheet – April 22nd

What a night of playoff hockey on Tuesday eh? Triple-overtime? Yes please! There are four more games tonight and the first night where a team could be eliminated. The Senators and Jets both face elimination on home ice. In a Twitter survey of our followers, 93.3% of responses think the Senators are most likely of…

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DraftKings Cheat Sheet – April 20th

Monday, April 20, 2015

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DraftKings Cheat Sheet – April 20th

The Red Wings and the Lightning are getting an extra day of rest, but there are still six teams who are ready to kick-off their Game 3’s tonight! I will be attempting to release a Cheat Sheet each day with a new sponsored contest for you guys to join and try to win some cash!…

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UPDATE: DraftKings Cheat Sheet – February 27th

Friday, February 27, 2015

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UPDATE: DraftKings Cheat Sheet – February 27th

Welcome back to another exciting night of one-day fantasy hockey brought to you by our buddies at DraftKings. Below you will find my top choices at each position to help you build the ideal one-day fantasy lineup. Tonight’s contest has a $2 Entry Fee, with a $7,000 prize pool. The top 800 finishing positions getting paid…

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VOTE: Fantasy 3 Stars of the Night January 31

Wednesday, February 1, 2012

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VOTE: Fantasy 3 Stars of the Night January 31

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Nightly Scrap: Garon earns shutout; starting role?

Wednesday, November 3, 2010

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Nightly Scrap: Garon earns shutout; starting role?

Columbus Blue Jackets backup Mathieu Garon won his third game of the season with a 3-0 shutout against his former team, the Montreal Canadiens.  Although he has played five less games than starting goalie Steve Mason, he only has one less win than the former Calder Trophy winner. In addition to receiving good goaltending, the…

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Andrew Cogliano and Edmonton Oilers agree to terms

Sunday, September 12, 2010

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Andrew Cogliano and Edmonton Oilers agree to terms

Andrew Cogliano defines speed.  He broke the speed record at the AHL All Star game (later taken by Bobby Sanguinetti) and has already played three full 82 game seasons with the Edmonton Oilers. At 23-years-old he recently signed a one-year, one-way and one million dollar contract. Nicholas Cotsonika of Yahoo! Sports recently wrote on Cogliano’s…

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Oilers Continue to Open Spots for Kids

Friday, July 23, 2010

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Oilers Continue to Open Spots for Kids

Ethan Moreau, check. Steve Staios, check. Patrick O’Sullivan, check. Now Shawn Horcoff, errr Robert Nilsson has left the team with both another open spot after being bought out by the Oilers earlier this season.  According to Jim Mathieson of the Edmonton Journal, Nilsson will leave for Salavat Yulaev in Ufa, Russia, in the Kontinental League.…

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Fantasy Season in Review: Edmonton Oilers

Tuesday, June 1, 2010

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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 career-high in his fourth full NHL season.  At this point, expect Penner to continue to carry the offense and…

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Hemsky Done For The Year

Saturday, November 28, 2009

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Hemsky Done For The Year

As I mentioned yesterday, there were rumours circulating that Oilers star Ales Hemsky would require surgery to fix a shoulder problem. Well, these rumours were true and Hensky will miss the rest of the season. A hit from behind by Michal Handzus aggrevated a nagging shoulder injury, and Hemsky said he could no longer play…

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