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2020 Fantasy Hockey Tiers: Left Wings (6-8)

Tuesday, September 24, 2019

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Our top 28 left-wingers were broken down into five Tiers and the next 15 are separated into three more Tiers. The remaining left-wingers include a mix first-liners on lesser quality teams and proven veteran top-6 wingers.  Check out any of our other Tiers posts:  — Centres (1-5) — Centres (6-9) — Left Wings (1-5) Tier…

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2020 Fantasy Hockey Season Preview: Montreal Canadiens

Tuesday, September 10, 2019

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The 2018-19 Montreal Canadiens season went from being a pleasant surprise to a crushing disappointment when the Habs finished just two points shy of Columbus for the final Eastern Conference Wild Card spot. Most prognosticators were expecting a dormant season from a heavily turned over Montreal roster, but the Habs were able to ride stellar 5v5 play…

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Golden Knights Acquire Pacioretty from Canadiens

Monday, September 10, 2018

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The Vegas Golden Knights were busy late last night, pulling off a huge trade while most of us were asleep.  The Golden Knights acquired Max Pacioretty from the Montreal Canadiens in exchange for Tomas Tatar, Nick Suzuki and a 2019 second-round draft pick—and Tweeted it out at 1:13am ET.  Deets 👇 We received Max Pacioretty from the…

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Stanley Cup Finals Game 4: Projected Lineups & Game Notes

Monday, June 4, 2018

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The Vegas Golden Knights have lost games 2 and 3 and that is going to result in them making some lineup changes for Game 4.  This marks just the second time in these playoffs that the Golden Knights have trailed in a series—the first time was after Game 1 against the Winnipeg Jets in the…

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2017-18 Season Preview: Detroit Red Wings

Thursday, September 14, 2017

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After making the playoffs for 25 consecutive seasons, the Detroit Red Wings historic run came to an end last season and it might be a few years before we see them back in the postseason. The Red Wings were bounced in the first round of the playoffs in their last three appearances, so the writing…

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DailyFaceoff DFS Cheat Sheet – November 4th

Friday, November 4, 2016

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Below I have listed my favourite centres, wingers, defensemen and goalies for tonight’s slate of Daily Fantasy action. Each player is listed with their prices from both of the Daily Fantasy giants—DraftKings and FanDuel—prices are listed as (DraftKings / FanDuel) Centres Rickard Rakell – vs. ARI – (DK-$5,300 / FD-$5,100) With Ryan Getzlaf not expected to…

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DailyFaceoff DFS Cheat Sheet – October 17th

Monday, October 17, 2016

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We are nearly one week into the season and there has been a bunch of great individual performances already and a ton of goals are being scored almost on a nightly basis. My first cheat sheet was pretty successful, so let’s hope we can keep that trend going into tonight. This evening there is a…

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2016-17 Fantasy Hockey Draft Day Value: Left Wings

Monday, September 26, 2016

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With the Fantasy Hockey season fully upon us, training camps started, fantasy drafts being scheduled and players getting injured, it is time to look at the Average Draft Positions (ADP) on Yahoo! and see who is going way too late in drafts. I’ve looked at the ADP’s of all of the Left Wings and cross…

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2016-17 NHL Season Preview: Detroit Red Wings

Saturday, September 24, 2016

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We are 18 days away from the start of the NHL season. The scheduling of your Fantasy Hockey drafts have begun. The DraftKit is on sale and it is time to start previewing the 2016-17 NHL season. I will be previewing two teams every day and each preview will consist of: Projected Line Combinations, a breakdown of each team’s…

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Playoff Preview: Lightning vs. Red Wings | Game 2

Friday, April 15, 2016

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This is my GameDay post for Game 2 on wingsnation.com, so it’s geared towards the Red Wings, but remains without bias and still previews Game 2 from both team’s perspectives. Game 1 didn’t exactly go as the Red Wings would have liked, however there were positives and things that they can build on as this…

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