Tag Archive | "Dan Ellis"

The Cycle: Concussions & Leading the Way

Sunday, March 6, 2011

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The cycle spans the internet for intelligent, well-thought out articles which either help your fantasy team or will give you some better incite on your favorite team. If you feel we should add your link, feel free to contact us at contact at dailyfaceoff dot com or on twitter @dailyfaceoff. Sean Conboy of Pittsburgh Magazine…

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On the Hot Seat: The Stretch Drive

Saturday, March 5, 2011

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On the Hot Seat is a column which will run every other Saturday and will discuss the likely changes between the pipes at the moment. Think of this as a primer that will go over basically any starting goalie position that might be in jeopardy whatsoever. With a little over five calendar weeks remaining in…

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Crashing the Net – Week 21 Waiver Wire

Saturday, March 5, 2011

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This week’s edition of Crashing the Net is focused on the trade deadline and the impact it left on teams around the League. On Monday we did a great deal of writing, putting together a piece on essentially every big trade of the day. Now, after a few days passed, we can analyze the settling…

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Goalie Trade Part Two: McElhinney for Ellis

Thursday, February 24, 2011

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The Anaheim Ducks made their move today, sending current starting goalie Curtis McElhinney to the Tampa Bay Lightning in exchange for former starting goalie Dan Ellis. This move presumably shores up their netminding situation in the wake of four consecutive losses from McElhinney and a still-ailing Jonas Hiller. Ellis comes to the Ducks following an…

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On the Hot Seat: Who will take the job in Tampa Bay?

Saturday, December 11, 2010

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On the Hot Seat is our newest column which will post on every other Saturday and will discuss the likely changes between the pipes at the moment. Think of this as a primer that will go over basically any starting goalie position that might be in jeopardy whatsoever. The battle between Mike Smith and Dan…

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On the Hot Seat: Lundqvist shutout fends off Biron, critics

Saturday, November 27, 2010

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On the Hot Seat is our newest column which will post on every Saturday or every other Saturday (haven’t decided yet) and will discuss the likely changes between the pipes at the moment. Think of this as a primer that will go over basically any starting goalie position that might be in jeopardy whatsoever. Heating…

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H2H Faceoff: Does Rask get another shot after shutout?

Sunday, November 21, 2010

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Head-to-Head Faceoff is a weekly column by Mollie Krupp which will run every Sunday and continue into Monday. Here you’ll find a breakdown of each team’s schedule for the week as well as which goalies you can expect to see in net so you can make sure to set your fantasy rosters accordingly. 4-Game Teams…

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Nightly Scrap: Goals, goals and more goals in Philly

Friday, November 19, 2010

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Last night the Philadelphia Flyers and Tampa Bay Lightning seemed to score every other minute.  Surprisingly, the eighth goal for the Lightning– which finally sealed the game– came off the stick of fourth liner Nate Thompson and was the only goal in the third period as the teams finally tightened up around their backup. Sergei…

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Nightly Scrap: Flyers dominate Canes, Cam Ward

Friday, November 12, 2010

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After winning their last game 7-1, the Carolina Hurricanes got a taste of their own medicine, losing to the Philadelphia Flyers 8-1. Cam Ward let in more than three goals for the third time this season as the Canes remain one of the streakiest teams in the League. For the Flyers, this win marked a…

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Nightly Scrap: Canes dominate Stanley Cup rematch

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

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The Carolina Hurricanes simply continue to score goals in buckets.  As an excellent combination of veteran presence and youth, the team seems to be finally establishing their identity.  What better way to show that to the rest of the League than embarassing the team they beat in the playoffs just five short years ago. Captain…

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