Category Archives: In the Cards

In The Cards: New York Rangers

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Oct. × ’11

This series will cover all thirty teams and go over the most important player, and player who’s performance most needs to improve to help the team succeed. The New York Rangers went big game hunting this summer. They managed to take down the biggest game on the free agency market. Even with Brad Richards ( […]


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In The Cards: New Jersey Devils

6th
Oct. × ’11

This series will cover all thirty teams and go over the most important player, and player who’s performance most needs to improve to help the team succeed. Who could have predicted last seasons New Jersey Devils results? Not me. Just about everyone had them listed as a top five team in the NHL. This season […]


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In The Cards: LA Kings

6th
Oct. × ’11

This series will cover all thirty teams and go over the most important player, and player who’s performance most needs to improve to help the team succeed.   The Kings have been slowly climbing the ladder towards the top of the NHL for a couple seasons. Drew Doughty, Anze Kopitar, Dustin Brown are three pretty […]


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In The Cards: Detroit Red Wings

6th
Oct. × ’11

This series will cover all thirty teams and go over the most important player, and player who’s performance most needs to improve to help the team succeed. The Winged Wheel is looking a bit different than it did when they last won it all. While undeniably they are more gritty and less likely to be […]


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In The Cards: Ottawa Senators

6th
Oct. × ’11

This series will cover all thirty teams and go over the most important player, and player who’s performance most needs to improve to help the team succeed. The Senators had one of their worst seasons last year. Not just statistically, but in terms of performance of those on the ice. They weren’t fun to watch, […]


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In The Cards: Nashville Predators

6th
Oct. × ’11

This series will cover all thirty teams and go over the most important player, and player who’s performance most needs to improve to help the team succeed. What a year to be a hockey fan in Nashville. After years, and years of futility they finally make it out of the first round and give the […]


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In The Cards: Chicago BlackHawks

6th
Oct. × ’11

This series will cover all thirty teams and go over the most important player, and player who’s performance most needs to improve to help the team succeed. From what’s been said in Chicago it’s time for the Cup hangover and drought to end and end now. The influx of new players is heavy and interesting, […]


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In The Cards: St Louis Blues

6th
Oct. × ’11

This series will cover all thirty teams and go over the most important player, and player who’s performance most needs to improve to help the team succeed. With the injury bug living full time in the Blues locker room consistency didn’t occur much for the Blues, it is hoped that this season they can find […]


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In The Cards: Carolina Hurricanes

6th
Oct. × ’11

This series will cover all thirty teams and go over the most important player, and player who’s performance most needs to improve to help the team succeed.   The Carolina Hurricanes seemed like they would return to the post season until late in the season. They were playing well, Eric Staal had remembered to turn […]


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