No. Player Team Position 1. Sidney Crosby PIT Center 2. Steven Stamkos TB Center 3. Evegeni Malkin PIT Center 4. Alex Ovechkin WSH Winger 5. John Tavares NYI Center 6. Corey Perry ANA Winger 7. Patrick Kane CHI Winger 8. Pekka Rinne NSH Goalie 9. Erik Karlsson OTT Defense 10.
No. Player Team Position 1 Steven Stamkos TB Center 2. Sidney Crosby PIT Center 3. Evgeni Malkin PIT Center 4. John Tavares NYI Center 5. Alex Ovechkin WSH Winger 6. Corey Perry ANA Winger 7. Erik Karlsson OTT Defense 8. Tuukka Rask BOS Goalie 9. Pekka Rinne NSH Goalie 10.
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
The Pacific Division adds teams from Canada to compete against some of the best teams in hockey on the west coast. A team from the Pacific has made it to the Western Conference Finals each of the past four seasons. Our Projected Division Rankings 1. San Jose Sharks 2. Anaheim
Here is our second division preview. The new-look Metropolitan Division! This is by far the weakest division right now in hockey. Our projected division standings at the end of the year look like this: 1. Pittsburgh Penguins 2. New York Islanders 3. Philadelphia Flyers 4. New York Rangers 5. Columbus
In our first division preview of the season we will tackle the Central Division. The new-look Central Division is home to the reigning Stanley Cup Champion Chicago Blackhawks. Chicago Blackhawks Key Losses: G- Ray Emery, C- Dave Bolland, RW- Viktor Stalberg, RW- Michael Frolik, LW- Dan Carcillo Key Additions: G- Nikolai Khabibulin Off-season: Another
You’re in, or you’re out. This week (and probably next) are your fantasy championships. Fingers crossed that you made it, because I missed out in mine by a small margin. If you are in a rotisserie league, you have ten games to figure out how to use your remaining games
The beauty of a lockout-shortened season is the never-ending stream of hockey on my television. For all the stupidity and unnecessary loss caused by the lockout, fans are now spoiled with seeing their favorite teams in a short period of time. The sad thing about this season is that when
Welcome to latest (and first edition) of Peaks and Valleys, a weekly look at players to target who are on the rise, and players who you may want to consider letting go. You will not see players that are studs in fantasy. Players like Sid Crosby and Daniel Sedin should