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DraftKings Fantasy Hockey Cheat Sheet: May 6th

Friday, May 6, 2016

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DraftKings Fantasy Hockey Cheat Sheet: May 6th

There is only one game tonight, but three tomorrow, so the Featured DraftKings contests expand over two nights, combining all four games! PLAY DRAFTKINGS $13K FORECHECK Add even more excitement to the NHL playoffs Prove your NHL knowledge Compete with other hockey fans around the globe $13,000 prize pool First place wins $1,500 Only $4 to…

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Playoff Preview: Panthers vs. Islanders | Game 1

Thursday, April 14, 2016

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Playoff Preview: Panthers vs. Islanders | Game 1

Wednesday was an exciting night of playoff hockey and it continues with four games tonight. The Lightning-Red Wings engaged in a physical affair, the Penguins-Rangers had a surprising battle of the backup goalies and the Blues-Blackhawks played in an ultra-exciting 1-0 OT game. Shortly after the Capitals and Flyers get underway, the Panthers and Islanders…

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Playoff Preview: Capitals vs. Flyers | Game 1

Thursday, April 14, 2016

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Playoff Preview: Capitals vs. Flyers | Game 1

Wednesday was an exciting night of playoff hockey and it continues with four games tonight. The Lightning-Red Wings engaged in a physical affair, the Penguins-Rangers had a surprising battle of the backup goalies and the Blues-Blackhawks played in an ultra-exciting 1-0 OT game. The first game on tap tonight is the Presidents Trophy winning Washington…

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NHL Playoffs Breakdown: Western Conference

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

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NHL Playoffs Breakdown: Western Conference

The 82-game, six and a half month journey has finished, but now it is time for the gruelling stretch that is the Stanley Cup playoffs. We were here for all of your fantasy hockey needs throughout the regular season, now we are back to provide you a playoff fantasy hockey pool of our own and…

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Karma Proves a Killer for Canucks

Thursday, June 16, 2011

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Karma Proves a Killer for Canucks

If the 2011 Stanley Cup Final proved anything, it’s that karma’s a bitch. The Vancouver Canucks had this series in the bag. Two hard-fought, emotional wins at home to open the Final left them only 2 wins away from securing their franchise’s first Cup victory in 41 years. They somehow managed to escape the wrath…

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Horton Becomes a Hometown Hero

Tuesday, May 31, 2011

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Horton Becomes a Hometown Hero

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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Kesler The Key To Canucks Cup Hopes

Thursday, May 12, 2011

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Kesler The Key To Canucks Cup Hopes

The Vancouver Canucks have reached their first Western Conference Final since 1994 and they have one man to thank. Ryan Kesler. The 26-year old Michigan native has emerged this playoff season as an early Conn Smythe Trophy favorite and one-man wrecking crew for Vancouver, helping lead his team – usually renowned for choking on hockey’s…

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Playoff Predictions – An Upset on the Way in the Northeast?

Monday, April 11, 2011

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Playoff Predictions – An Upset on the Way in the Northeast?

In two weeks time these predictions may make me look entirely silly, but that’s the risk you run with predictions, especially in playoff hockey. Since silly is the name of the game when it comes to playoff hockey here are my first-round predictions: Eastern Conference The Washington Capitals will beat the New York Rangers in…

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