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2017-18 Season Preview: Montreal Canadiens

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

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2017-18 Season Preview: Montreal Canadiens

Following a disappointing 2015-16 season in which the Montreal Canadiens missed the playoffs thanks to an early-season Carey Price injury, Montreal found themselves back atop the Atlantic Division last season, only to be bounced in the first-round of the postseason. After starting the season 31-19-8 the Canadiens elected to fire their head coach of four…

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NHL Offseason 2017: Top 30 UFA Tracker

Saturday, July 1, 2017

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NHL Offseason 2017: Top 30 UFA Tracker

The Vegas Golden Knights Expansion Draft and the NHL Entry Draft are in the rearview mirror, restricted free agents have been given qualifying offers but a large number of players remain without contracts as we head into July 1st. Below are my Top 30 Unrestricted Free Agents and I will be tracking who they sign…

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Team-by-Team Season Preview – Washington Capitals

Tuesday, October 7, 2014

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Team-by-Team Season Preview – Washington Capitals

Additions: Subtractions: Matt Niskanen – D Mikhail Grabovski – C Brooks Orpik – D Dustin Penner- LW Justin Peters – G Tyson Strachan – D Chris Conner – RW Julien Brouillette – D Tim Kennedy – LW David Leggio – G Adam Oates was at the helm for two seasons and posted a 65-48-17 record, but…

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Fantasy Hockey Spin on Coaching Changes, Stars

Monday, November 28, 2011

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Fantasy Hockey Spin on Coaching Changes, Stars

Dale Hunter Hired, Bruce Boudreau Fired At approximately 8:17 AM, a press release from Sergey Kocharov hit our inbox, announcing the Washington Capitals hired Dale Hunter as their head coach. The former legend and icon in the Nation’s capitol, Hunter left the London Knights for a prestigious job on his former club. As my colleague…

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Looking at the Beasts of the East

Thursday, April 28, 2011

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Looking at the Beasts of the East

The Eastern Conference, much like the Western Conference, displayed a few entertaining battles. Unlike the wild wild west, three of the four series went to seven games with only my hometown New York Rangers taking a bow in less. Last night we saw both the Montreal Canadiens and Pittsburgh Penguins eliminated even though they were…

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Researching the roles of the top NHL prospects (26-50)

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

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Researching the roles of the top NHL prospects (26-50)

With pre-season predictions becoming stronger and stronger, we turn to one of the most important wildcards in fantasy hockey: the Rookie.  A good rookie can add depth to your squad and in some cases help you win your League.  A personal favorite site of mine, Hockey’s Future, recently released their top 50 prospects for the…

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Fantasy Season in Review: Washington Capitals

Monday, August 9, 2010

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Fantasy Season in Review: Washington Capitals

Offensive Corps: The Washington Capitals exploded offensively this season, with five of their top six forwards finishing with 25 goals and seven topping 20 markers. Alexander Ovechkin displayed his talents, as he does every season, with a 50-59 season which made him tied for second in the league.  His 109 points were actually a slight…

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