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2016-17 NHL Season Preview: Arizona Coyotes

Tuesday, September 13, 2016

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2016-17 NHL Season Preview: Arizona Coyotes

We are 29 days away from the start of the NHL season. The scheduling of your Fantasy Hockey drafts have begun. The DraftKit is on sale and it is time to start previewing the 2016-17 NHL season. I will be previewing two teams every day and each preview will consist of: Projected Line Combinations, a breakdown of each team’s…

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2015-16 NHL Divisional Breakdown: Pacific

Thursday, October 1, 2015

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2015-16 NHL Divisional Breakdown: Pacific

In the past I have done a breakdown of all 30 NHL teams. This season I have decided to break it down by division with a preview for each team inside! The Pacific has historically been a tough division and it gets even more exciting this season after the Edmonton Oilers added Connor McDavid to…

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Tough luck for Kings’ winger Scott Parse

Wednesday, November 17, 2010

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Tough luck for Kings’ winger Scott Parse

Los Angeles Kings winger Scott Parse missed the majority of pre-season and 11 games of the regular season with a groin injury before returning to the lineup and skating next to stars Anze Kopitar and Dustin Brown.  The top line, who have been searching for a good partner for the majority of the season, finally…

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Nightly Scrap: Shutouts wild on action-packed Saturday

Sunday, October 24, 2010

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Nightly Scrap: Shutouts wild on action-packed Saturday

On Friday night, we saw three different players register hat tricks.  Last night we saw the same thing but with three (almost four) separate goalies putting up a shutout. In Ottawa, often criticized netminder Carey Price put up a zero against the Sens, stopping all 19 shots he faced.  He was able to take advantage…

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Teams Lining up to Settle Before Arbitration

Wednesday, July 28, 2010

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Teams Lining up to Settle Before Arbitration

A few weeks ago we released an arbitration list which named the players ready to do battle with their employers. From that list a vast majority settled with the exception of Stanley Cup winner Antti Niemi. Let’s take a short look at who settled and who is still prepared to go to war: James Wisniewski…

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