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Fantasy Hockey Analysis of the Craig Anderson Re-Signing

Tuesday, March 22, 2011

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Fantasy Hockey Analysis of the Craig Anderson Re-Signing

The Ottawa Senators made a very bold move today, locking up soon-to-be 30-year-old netminder Craig Anderson to a four-year contract worth $12.75 million dollars. Considering his age and shaky track record, paying 3.2 million for a goaltender with only two career playoff wins — all coming last year — spread over seven seasons in the…

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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: Who will take the job in Tampa Bay?

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: Lundqvist shutout fends off Biron, critics

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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The Heatmap: Who’s Hot and Who’s Not – Week 7

Wednesday, November 24, 2010

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The Heatmap: Who’s Hot and Who’s Not – Week 7

It was a busy week around the NHL, as we saw some high scoring games. We like to give you some diversity on the Heatmap, so while players like Stamkos and Crosby continue to score points in bunches; you may not see their names on the hot list every week. HOT Jarome Iginla, CGY –…

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Nightly Scrap: Hedberg stumps Caps; Mason blanks Preds

Monday, November 22, 2010

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Nightly Scrap: Hedberg stumps Caps; Mason blanks Preds

For the first time this season the New Jersey Devils simply dominated.  Led by three first period goals, the team banded together and protected netminder Johan Hedberg well enough to earn their sixth game of the year and their third via shutout.  Sad when a once-proud team in New Jersey has to let in zero…

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H2H Faceoff: Does Rask get another shot after shutout?

Sunday, November 21, 2010

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H2H Faceoff: Does Rask get another shot after shutout?

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: Flyers dominate Canes, Cam Ward

Friday, November 12, 2010

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Nightly Scrap: Flyers dominate Canes, Cam Ward

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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Top 5 early goalie controversies #2

Saturday, November 6, 2010

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Top 5 early goalie controversies #2

Back on October 23rd, I decided to write an article on the top goalies who could lose their job.  Two weeks later it seems like an excellent opportunity to revisit the subject.  As far as our last list goes, it seems like Antero Niittymaki, Marty Turco, Michal Neuvirth and Sergei Bobrovsky have taken a firm…

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Senators’ Pascal Leclaire out of the lineup

Friday, October 15, 2010

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Senators’ Pascal Leclaire out of the lineup

Update 10/15/10 @ 12:02 PM: Don Brennan of the Ottawa Sun is reporting that Leclaire was “nowhere to be seen” at today’s morning skate.  His lower-body injury is related to his right leg, which he injured on the first shot of the game. The Senators are expected to recall Robin Lehner from their AHL affiliate…

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Nightly Scrap: Rude homecoming for Modano

Friday, October 15, 2010

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Nightly Scrap: Rude homecoming for Modano

Mike Modano’s return to Dallas probably could have gone better.  During the first period he not only received a standing ovation from the fans but also found his team down a goal.  By the end of the second period, the Red Wings were down by four.  Once again, probably could have gone better. Did we…

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