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Adjusted Plus-Minus: Measuring Defensive Effectiveness

Monday, October 20, 2014

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Adjusted Plus-Minus: Measuring Defensive Effectiveness

From our Friends at camucksarmy.com Written By: Money Puck (@MoneyPuck_) Most people in the stats community dislike plus-minus, but my feelings are much stronger than that. I loathe plus-minus. It’s personal. The draft for my keeper league hockey pool was about to start and I was considering taking a flyer on a young Erik Karlsson. He…

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2013-14 Fantasy Position Previews – Defense

Friday, September 20, 2013

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2013-14 Fantasy Position Previews – Defense

Now that I have finished previewing all three forward positions for this season, it is time to take a look at the blueliners. Since the Top-15 is stacked with talent I am going to do this preview slightly different than the forwards. I am going to break the Top-15 down into three separate classes, A,…

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NHL Playoffs – Eastern Conference Preview

Monday, April 29, 2013

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NHL Playoffs – Eastern 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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Five For Fighting: Need Help Adding PIM?

Sunday, October 9, 2011

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Five For Fighting: Need Help Adding PIM?

When you’re drafting players for your fantasy league it’s always easy to draft guys based on goals and assists. You can look at a list of the top scorers from the previous season and make a pretty good guess of how many points a player might get this season. But what about those leagues where…

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Is Chris Pronger simply irreplaceable?

Saturday, December 18, 2010

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Is Chris Pronger simply irreplaceable?

Chris Pronger brings a complete package to the table every game.  His combination of snarl and skill helped catapult the Flyers into a top-flight team and even though they mired in mediocrity during last year’s regular season his statistics were all a fantasy owner could ask for. Over the years, you could rely on the…

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Daily Deke: NHL Super Saturday

Saturday, October 30, 2010

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Daily Deke: NHL Super Saturday

With 28 teams hitting the ice tonight, the NHL will be a busy place on Saturday night.  Because pretty much every team plays tonight, there are no NHL games scheduled for tomorrow.  As always, be sure to check out our Starting Goalies and Team Lineups sections.  Both of these areas are updated as we receive…

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Andrei Markov returning; paired with PK Subban

Saturday, October 30, 2010

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Andrei Markov returning; paired with PK Subban

UPDATED 10/30/10 @ 11:53 AM:  According to Arpon Basu of NHL.com, Markov will indeed return to the lineup tonight and be paired with rookie PK Subban.  Should be an excellent game as the Habs look for their fifth consecutive win; ride this streaky team while you can. *** According to a statement from the Montreal…

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Daily Deke: Flyers visit Columbus; Kings head into the Wild

Monday, October 25, 2010

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Daily Deke: Flyers visit Columbus; Kings head into the Wild

Three games are on the NHL schedule for this Monday night, as four of the teams playing tonight play a total of four times this week.  As always, be sure to check out the Starting Goalies section and with lines changing daily, be sure to check out the Team Lineups page for all your news.…

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Habs searching for the right mix

Friday, October 15, 2010

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Habs searching for the right mix

The Habs’ coaching staff has seen some positive signs during the first three games of the season, some grit and passion, unfortunately many negatives have surfaced as well including undisciplined play and lack of scoring. Coach Martin will shuffle around the lines tonight to try to get better production from Les Habitants. Benoit Pouliot will…

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Fantasy Week 1 in Review: Welcome to the NHL

Thursday, October 14, 2010

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Fantasy Week 1 in Review: Welcome to the NHL

Welcome to the National Hockey League. Without doubt it is the most demanding league in the world to play in, bringing with it an intensity level that rarely drops, if ever at all. Once the first puck drops, there is no looking back. The players have to instantly perform to their highest capabilities, or meet…

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