Tag Archive | "Nathan Horton"

Boston Bruins Q & A with Matt Kalman

Thursday, February 23, 2012

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Recently we were able to corner Boston Bruins beat writer Matt Kalman in order to extract some excellent fantasy hockey knowledge out of him. If you are unfamiliar with his work, Matt runs The Bruins Blog as well as regularly contributing to NHL.com and CBS Boston. Below is the transcript of our conversation, a must…

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Line Change on the Fly: More Claude Giroux Love

Wednesday, December 21, 2011

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‘Line Change on the Fly’ is the feature where we re-rank our current player rankings. This edition ranks right wings and their counterparts for the first time since the preseason. Feel free to go nuts in the comments. Good evening, fantasy hockey gamers. For the last couple of weeks we’ve heard clamoring over our current…

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VOTE: Fantasy 3 Stars of the Night November 7

Tuesday, November 8, 2011

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Prevent a Stanley Cup Hangover from Becoming Your Headache

Thursday, August 25, 2011

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By Alexander Monaghan Editor-in-chief It’s been a while since we last congratulated the 2010-2011 Stanley Cup Champion Boston Bruins. So… congrats. Collectively, your warriors amassed 107 games, winning their most important, final tilt of the season. There are reasons why the Bruins defeated the Vancouver Canucks but frankly they were just a better team when…

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The Ironmen: Analyzing the Leaders in Games Played

Sunday, June 19, 2011

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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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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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Hit On Horton Changes Complexion of Cup Final

Tuesday, June 7, 2011

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It’s Game on. Finally. It took the Boston Bruins until Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Final to wake up and show they’re in this series to win it. Following two listless games in Vancouver to fall behind 2 games to none, the Bruins bounced back with a resounding 8-1 throttling of the Canucks, swinging…

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Horton Becomes a Hometown Hero

Tuesday, May 31, 2011

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When you think of legendary Boston Bruins, the names’ Bobby Orr, Phil Esposito and Cam Neely immediately come to mind. Come seasons end, you might just see Nathan Horton’s name added to the list. After toiling in relative anonymity in Florida for 6 seasons, Horton’s quickly made a name for himself in Beantown in his…

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Looking at the Beasts of the East

Thursday, April 28, 2011

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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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Buy or Sell: Trenders and ‘Tenders Analyzed

Saturday, January 8, 2011

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Mikhail Grabovski, Toronto Maple Leafs Grabovski leads the Leafs in every offensive category and continues to outplay the more heralded Phil Kessel. Beat writers like Jonas Siegel of Eat, Sleep, Leafs often consider his line the top line despite lacking a superstar. His most recent shootout goal generated a good deal of buzz around the…

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