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DailyFaceoff 2017-18 NHL Predictions

Wednesday, October 4, 2017

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Oops. I guess I started my season previews too late because I only made it to Ottawa… not even close. Well let’s skip Philadelphia to Winnipeg and just get to my season predictions. This season we could truly see a changing of the guard in the NHL with former basement dwellers like the Edmonton Oilers…

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2017-18 Season Preview: Ottawa Senators

Saturday, September 30, 2017

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The Ottawa Senators missed the playoffs in 2015-16, but enjoyed a great postseason run last year and come into 2017-18 with high expectations. The Senators pushed the eventual Stanley Cup Champions to seven games in the Eastern Conference Finals. Following a strong year, Ottawa did not make many changes this offseason. They lost Marc Methot…

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2017-18 Season Preview: New York Islanders

Wednesday, September 27, 2017

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One year after reaching the 100-point plateau for the second straight season, the New York Islanders found themselves out of the playoffs in 2016-17, but the future still remains bright in Brooklyn. There are a couple of reasons to like what lies ahead of the Islanders and it started when they stepped away from head…

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Playoff Preview: Capitals vs. Flyers | Game 1

Thursday, April 14, 2016

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Wednesday was an exciting night of playoff hockey and it continues with four games tonight. The Lightning-Red Wings engaged in a physical affair, the Penguins-Rangers had a surprising battle of the backup goalies and the Blues-Blackhawks played in an ultra-exciting 1-0 OT game. The first game on tap tonight is the Presidents Trophy winning Washington…

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DailyFaceoff Podcast: Episode 20 – Playoff Reinforcements

Monday, March 14, 2016

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This week, Seegs, Beebs and D examine whether or not the Washington Capitals will be the third team in NHL history to win 60 games in a season and who will win the other three Divisions. After the break they look at some high profile injured players and suggest some forwards, defensemen and goalies to…

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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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2015 NHL Draft: Live Draft Board

Friday, June 26, 2015

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  The 2015 NHL Draft kicks off at 7 p.m EST and we will have live coverage here at DailyFaceoff. News updates with scouting reports and of course, the newest NHL player’s new threads! Stay locked into DailyFaceoff and engage with fellow fans on our forums! Edmonton, you’re on the clock! Pick Team Player Position…

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2015 Stanley Cup Playoff Preview – Capitals vs. Islanders

Tuesday, April 14, 2015

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Capitals Islanders G/PG 2.89 (t-6th) 2.99 (4th) GA/PG 2.43 (7th) 2.73 (23rd) PP% 25.3% (1st) 18.7% (16th) PK% 81.2% (14th) 78.0% (26th) Washington Capitals Lines New York Islanders Lines Season Series Tied 2-2. Nov. 26 – NYI 3 – 2 WSH (OT) Nov. 28 – WSH 5 – 2 NYI Dec. 29 – NYI 4…

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2014-15 NHL Team-By-Team Season Previews

Tuesday, October 7, 2014

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  Below you will find links to a Team Preview for all 30 NHL teams. Each preview includes key additions and subtractions, a rundown of what to expect from each team, the specific team’s top fantasy assets, their expected line combinations and a season prediction. The NHL season starts tomorrow, make sure to return to…

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Team-by-Team Season Preview – Washington Capitals

Tuesday, October 7, 2014

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Additions: Subtractions: Matt Niskanen – D Mikhail Grabovski – C Brooks Orpik – D Dustin Penner- LW Justin Peters – G Tyson Strachan – D Chris Conner – RW Julien Brouillette – D Tim Kennedy – LW David Leggio – G Adam Oates was at the helm for two seasons and posted a 65-48-17 record, but…

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