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Top Free Agent At Each Position

16th
Jul. × ’13

The free agent market is always interesting. Some years the silly contracts fly from all corners of the globe, other years it seems like the prime rib is left on the table while mystery meat is carted off by the ton. Left Wing:  Vinny Prospal, while one of the elder statesman of this years free […]


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Win, Lose Or Draw Free Agency Day 1

6th
Jul. × ’13

Some teams do well at of free agency, others are unmitigated disasters. Today we get pretty good ideas as to what teams will look like in the fall, and which teams are going for it now, next year or no time soon. Anaheim Ducks: Win. Today they traded star forward Bobby Ryan to the Senators […]


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Winners And Losers Of The NHL Draft Weekend

1st
Jul. × ’13

The NHL Draft isn’t a day where easy grades for all 30 teams can be made. Some moves do standout though and the teams that make them deserve to be singled out. Losers: Colorado Avalanche: Not only did they deliberately pass on a franchise quality defenseman in Seth Jones, the defense they took later in […]


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What We Know: The East NHL Draft , Free Agency Preview & More

29th
Jun. × ’13

Some of the biggest cities are really tight to the cap, the Bruins, Flyers, and Lightning could all use a touch more cap space to deal with. Both the Bruins and Flyers are likely to lose pieces to free agency. The Canadiens are in danger of losing Ryder and Armstrong. Boston is supposedly getting attention […]


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8 Top UFA Right Wings

27th
Jun. × ’13

The unrestricted free agent market tends to be where NHL general managers make their most interesting, and often fatal mistakes.  The right wings in this market represent a very strong crop. There are at least three who were in the top twenty for scoring at their position, some of whom were on pretty bad teams […]


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Storylines for Game Four

19th
Jun. × ’13

With three games in the history books, the Stanley Cup Finals reaches the halfway point of possible games tonight. Each team has seen the other throw the best they have out there, each team has had players head down the tunnel and not come back. Puck Possession: While faceoffs are a key part of this, […]


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If I Told You In September: Stanley Cup Edition

16th
Jun. × ’13

This is a feature that will run about every two weeks with improbable stats and situations in the National Hockey League.   Teams: … the Anaheim Ducks would go up on the Detroit Red Wings and fail to close the series after dominating the west nearly to the Blackhawks level and bow out ingloriously in […]


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Stanley Cup Final Game Two Story Lines

15th
Jun. × ’13

Game one showed how even these teams are. It took almost two full games for one to pull out the win. Game two, where both coaches and players have seen the other side in action promises to be even more exciting. Boston Bruins: 1: How effective will Nathan Horton be? Horton’s ability to score big […]


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6 Questions for Penguins and Bruins Game 4

7th
Jun. × ’13

This has actually been a great series to watch, as long as you aren’t a Penguins fan or hadn’t wagered heavily on them. There’s been a high scoring game, laugher goals, big hits, player tantrums, scrums, guts on display and high paced hockey for five periods in a row. Unfortunately if you do favor the […]


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