Tag Archive | "Phoenix Coyotes"

One Year Later: The 2010 Free Agent Impact, Part II

Friday, September 16, 2011

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By Alexander Monaghan Editor-in-chief We touched upon this concept in our Part I but it bears repeating: improving your team via free agency continues to become a trend of the past. Today, we will take a look at 10 players who improved their fantasy hockey game after leaving their previous organizations via free agency. Most…

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Ilya Bryzgalov Could Sign in Philly, Value?

Wednesday, June 8, 2011

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  Yesterday, it was announced that the Phoenix Coyotes traded the rights of top-end netminder Ilya Bryzgalov to the Philadelphia Flyers in exchange for prospect Matt Clackson and potentially two draft picks.  The Flyers desperately needed a steady goalie between the pipes after they watched their hopes of another deep playoff run fall short due…

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A Detailed List of Playoff Pointers

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

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It’s playoff time baby, the best time of the year! It’s okay for all of us to grow big beards, over-consume alcohol, learn about the benefits of CBD hemp oil, and chirp our friends who cheer for rival teams. Fantasy playoff pools are being chosen as we speak and hopefully the following analysis helps you with some…

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Fantasy Hockey Top 10: Surprise Performers

Thursday, April 7, 2011

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What’s the distinction between a winning and losing fantasy season?  The answer often lies in a manager’s ability to draft the player(s) who will not merely match their previous seasons’ output, but will exceed it in a big way.  Having that knack for shrewdly selecting a sleeper in a later round, or predicting which scorer…

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Crashing the Net – Week 24 Waiver Wire

Wednesday, March 23, 2011

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Only three weeks left. Three short, fantasy breaking weeks left. At this point in the season it seems like things change by the second, or with the same frequency of an Islander goalie getting hurt. That being said, we hope by the time this article hits the press that all the suggested waiver wire picks…

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The Cycle: Giving the Coyotes Their Due

Thursday, March 17, 2011

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The cycle spans the internet for intelligent, well-thought out articles which either help your fantasy team or will give you some better incite on your favorite team. If you feel we should add your link, feel free to contact us at contact at dailyfaceoff dot com or on twitter @DailyFaceoff. This year seems to be…

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Klesla Shipped from Columbus After 10 Years

Monday, February 28, 2011

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Rostislav Klesla had been with the Columbus Blue Jackets since their inception. Taken fourth overall back in the 2000 NHL Entry Draft, the Czech defenseman played in 515 games over parts of 10 seasons. Like most roster-player-for-roster-player trades, Klesla moves from the Blue Jackets mainly because he is due for a change in scenery. After…

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Rangers Acquire Wojtek Wolski, Cap Space

Monday, January 10, 2011

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Today, the New York Rangers and Phoenix Coyotes made a your-slumping-player for my-slumping-player trade, exchanging Wojtek Wolski and Michal Rozsival. Before going into the details of the swap, this trade clearly says something about how the Coyotes value Wolski, not to mention how they still are struggling financially. Wolski is a solid eight years younger…

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Daily Deke: Yotes are howling for their seventh straight win

Tuesday, November 23, 2010

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The Phoenix Coyotes are surging up the Pacific Division standings thanks to their six-game winning streak.  They’ll look to make that seven in a row when they host the Edmonton Oilers later this evening. Although the Yotes have found scoring from odd players such as Radim Vrbata and Lauri Korpikoski, it’s been Ilya Bryzgalov who’s…

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Fantasy Week In Review: Stamkos hits 19; shutouts in Montreal; Iginla heating up

Monday, November 22, 2010

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Will Steven Stamkos be able to score 50 goals in 50 games? Probably not. However the incredible pace that he has been able to set from the beginning of the season has certainly left the others so far behind, that he must now be considered within the top 3 players of hockey, if he wasn’t before. It…

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