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2016-17 NHL Season Preview: Anaheim Ducks

Monday, September 12, 2016

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2016-17 NHL Season Preview: Anaheim Ducks

We are exactly one month 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,…

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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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Team-by-Team Season Preview – Toronto Maple Leafs

Wednesday, October 1, 2014

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Team-by-Team Season Preview – Toronto Maple Leafs

Additions: Subtractions: Stephane Robidas – D Dave Bolland – C Leo Komarov – LW Mason Raymond – LW David Booth – LW Jay McClement – C Mike Santorelli – C Nikolai Kulemin – LW Matt Frattin – RW Tim Gleason – D Daniel Winnik – LW Drew MacIntre – G Jerry D’Amigo – RW TJ…

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Team-by-Team Season Preview – Calgary Flames

Thursday, July 24, 2014

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Team-by-Team Season Preview – Calgary Flames

Additions: Subtractions: Jonas Hiller – G Mike Cammalleri – C/LW Mason Raymond – LW/RW Chris Butler – D Deryk Engelland – D Blair Jones – C Ben Street – RW Joey MacDonald – G Since losing to the Tampa Bay Lightning in game seven of the 2003-04 Stanley Cup Finals, the Calgary Flames have not…

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NHL Free Agency Preview

Thursday, July 4, 2013

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NHL Free Agency Preview

Tomorrow (July 5th) is a day that a lot of NHL fans look forward to. It is a day where your favorite team has a chance to land a big name player that can help the team in the future. Every year there is a healthy number of talented players who test the Free Agent…

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NHL Playoffs – Western Conference Preview

Monday, April 29, 2013

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NHL Playoffs – Western Conference Preview

The shortened 48-game regular season has come and gone and now it is time for the playoffs! Just because the regular season is over doesn’t mean fantasy hockey is over. In this article I will be giving a small preview of each first-round series in the EAST and then players on each team that hold…

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Trade Recap / Deadline Day Rumors

Wednesday, April 3, 2013

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Trade Recap / Deadline Day Rumors

NHL teams usually hold off until deadline day before making their moves but this year has been an exception. Usually the day before the deadline there is a large list of players that are rumored to be on the move. This season there was a large list of players and they did move, just not…

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The Return of the Vancouver Canucks

Thursday, December 29, 2011

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The Return of the Vancouver Canucks

Back in October, Detroit Red Wings head coach Mike Babcock explained that the Vancouver Canucks should not have a Stanley Cup hangover. In his opinion, that only comes after winning something — a task the Canucks failed to do last June. Yet the defending Western Conference Champions found themselves in a hole during the first…

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The Ironmen: Analyzing the Leaders in Games Played

Sunday, June 19, 2011

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The Ironmen: Analyzing the Leaders in Games Played

Six special players laced up their skates for all 82 games of this year’s regular season and then the maximum 25 of a grueling postseason — totaling 107 games each. These six skaters — Henrik Sedin, Daniel Sedin, Ryan Kesler, Tomas Kaberle, Rich Peverley and Jannik Hansen — all likely played through injuries and gave everything their…

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Ten Reasons Why the Bruins Beat Vancouver

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

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Ten Reasons Why the Bruins Beat Vancouver

Alexander Monaghan runs both NHLHotStove.com and Daily Faceoff. In fairness to both audiences, this short piece will run cross-promotionally. Stay tuned for additional coverage on the Stanley Cup Finals from both excellent writing staffs. Tonight, the Boston Bruins hoisted the Stanley Cup for the first time since 1972, turning Beantown back into a hockeytown. Bostonians…

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