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Fantasy HockeyFix AudioJosh Kay

We had quite a bit of success yesterday, and once again its time to set our lineups to help you win some more cash! The Games: San Jose Sharks @ Minnesota Wild: Confirmed goalies: San Jose- Antti Niemi (16-4-5, 2.31 GAA, .915 Save Pct.) confirmed by @KKurzCSN Minnesota Wild- Josh Harding (15-4-3, 1.52 GAA,

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Fantasy HockeyFront OfficeJosh Kay

Yesterday wasn’t exactly the greatest for us, thanks to the Minnesota Wild playing their worst game of the season. In addition, the New Jersey Devils and San Jose Sharks both blew leads in the third period with style and grace. Let’s see if we can right the ship today, and get back to our

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Fantasy HockeyJosh Kay

Week Ten of the NHL season is upon us and so it’s time to once again update our Fantasy Hockey rankings. These rankings reflect a standard ESPN.com league that uses “Goals, Assists, Plus/Minus, Average Time on Ice, Penalty Minutes, Power-play points, Shots on Goal, Wins, Save Percentage, and Goals against

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Fantasy HockeyJosh Kay

We rolled out our seventh podcast episode today, during which we discuss Rick Nash and his concussion that he sustained back on October 8th. We recorded the podcast a couple of days ago, so it only seems fitting that we correct and pinpoint the return date of the New York Rangers super-star. The concussion

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Fantasy HockeyJosh Kay

Instant reaction to serious injuries can often lack accuracy in the long run. That being said, it’s safe to say that Tampa Bay Lightning super-star Steven Stamkos looks to be out for quite a while as he sustained an apparent broken leg after a collision with Boston Bruins defender Dougie Hamilton. *Writers note*, At 3:51 p.m. Via

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Fantasy HockeyJosh Kay

The Buffalo Sabres are the worst team in hockey but their future just got much brighter. According to a multitude of sources, the Sabres have traded left-winger Thomas Vanek to the New York Islanders for left-winger Matt Moulson and first round draft pick in 2014 and a 2015 second round

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Fantasy HockeyFront OfficeJosh Kay

Power-Play is Important; How strong is the correlation to winning? Every educated hockey fan knows just how important having a strong power-play is. The question is “how important?” Last season I was fascinated by the fact that the Boston Bruins, a team that had the leagues’ worst power-play percentage during

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Fantasy HockeyJosh Kay

Good morning hockey fans! Saturday is the best day of the week, as there is usually plenty of action and last night there were 11 games! The Games: Boston Bruins 4 – 1 Detroit Red Wings The Scoop: The Boston Bruins played host to the Wings, fresh off a hard-fought

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Fantasy HockeyJosh Kay

Good morning hockey fans! There were eight games on the slate in the NHL yesterday. Let’s get right to it. The Games: Pittsburgh Penguins 3 – 0 New Jersey Devils The Scoop: Tonight’s opener for New Jersey marked the first time in 18 years that a goaltender not named Martin

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Fantasy HockeyJosh Kay

The Atlantic Division is the most top-heavy division in the NHL this year. Teams like Boston, Ottawa and Detroit are the class of this division but Toronto and Tampa Bay can’t be counted out. The bottom two teams in the division will be battling with Pacific Division member the Calgary

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