Tag Archive | "Sean Couturier"

DraftKings Fantasy Hockey Cheat Sheet: December 30th

Wednesday, December 30, 2015

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Tonight’s featured Contest over at DraftKings has a $3 entry fee and a $30,000 prize pool! The top 2,300 scorers will earn themselves some cash with 1st place taking home $2,000! Are you new to DraftKings or Daily Fantasy Sports (DFS)? (If so, SIGN UP for an Account HERE) Here’s a quick explanation on how to build…

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DraftKings Fantasy Hockey Cheat Sheet: December 4th

Friday, December 4, 2015

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Tonight’s featured DraftKings contest has a $3 entry or FREE if you are a new user. The top 3,236 finishers will split a prize pool of $40,000 with first place taking home $3,000! Do you have what it takes to turn $3 into $3,000? Are you new to DraftKings or Daily Fantasy Sports (DFS)? (If…

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2015-16 NHL Divisional Breakdown: Metropolitan

Friday, September 11, 2015

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In the past I have done a breakdown of all 30 NHL teams. This season I have decided to break it down by division with a preview for each team inside! In the Atlantic Division Preview I noted that one of the biggest offseason moves was the hiring of Mike Babcock, but the biggest move…

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Team-by-Team Season Preview – Philadelphia Flyers

Thursday, August 28, 2014

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Additions: Subtractions: R.J Umberger – LW Scott Hartnell – LW Michael Del Zotto – D Steve Downie – RW Nick Schultz – D Hal Gill – D Ryan White – C Blair Jones – C A season after missing the playoffs for the first time since 2006-07, the Philadelphia Flyers were back in the postseason…

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Fantasy Hockey Holiday Bargain Shopping

Friday, December 13, 2013

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In the spirit of the Holidays it is time to do some Fantasy Hockey free-agent bargain shopping! There is nothing better than finding that perfect gift at a discounted price during the Holidays, and in fantasy hockey it is great to find those mid-season gems. Here are six young forwards who are owned in 18…

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Injury Update: Nash, Backstrom and Thomas leave Tuesday

Wednesday, October 9, 2013

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It was a busy night in the NHL and a busy night for team trainers as three key players were forced from games and did not return. The New York Rangers trip out west took a turn for the worse on Tuesday. They were rocked 9-2 by the San Jose Sharks and they lost one…

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Philadelphia Flyers Q & A with David Strehle

Wednesday, October 19, 2011

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Every once-in-a-while we get some exclusive, first-hand information. Recently we sat down with David Strehle, Managing Director of NHLHotStove.com and contributor to TheHockeyGuys.net, bouncing some Philadelphia Flyers-based questions off of him. Below is the transcript of our conversation, a must read for any Flyers’ owners. Thanks for giving us some of your time, David. As a…

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Looking Ahead at NHL-Ready Draftees

Tuesday, June 28, 2011

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After the glitz and glamour of the 2011 NHL Entry Draft subsided we were left with a few key questions. Why was Player A taken over Player B? Why did the Sharks give up so much for Brent Burns? The Winnipeg Jets took who? The most prominent among them: Who is NHL ready? In dynasty…

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The Cycle: Never Start Alex Auld Again

Friday, February 11, 2011

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After last night’s loss to Mikko Koskinen and the New York Islanders, Habs fans would probably prefer to see Carey Price start all of the team’s remaining 26 games. Launy Schwartz of Hockey54 expresses exactly that in this entertaining snippet. GOALIE FIGHT! Part two. More like game of the year… With the 2011 NHL Entry Draft…

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Wednesday Discussion: Who will lead Team Canada in scoring?

Wednesday, December 15, 2010

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Last season, Jordan Eberle and Taylor Hall led Team Canada in the U-20 WJHC in scoring.  While they fell short of Team USA captain Derek Stepan, their 12 and 13 points respectively in only six games was impressive considering the talent level of their team. As of right now Team Canada seems to have their…

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