This past week in the National Hockey League saw two serious goaltender injuries surface. The first was Edmonton Oilers goaltender Ilya Bryzgalov, who left Sunday’s game against the Dallas Stars after suffering a concussion late in the game. Bryzgalov, who signed with the Oilers on a one-year deal, in an attempt to resurrect his
Week Nine of the 2013-2014 National Hockey League Season is in the books. It was an action-packed holiday week with relevant news stories for Fantasy owners. Sunday News: On Sunday, Dallas Stars center Tyler Seguin was held out with concussion-like symptoms. Seguin has 23 points (12 G, 11 A) in 24 games this season.
The fantasy graveyard is a fun place to go digging. The waiver wire will always have the usual players ripe for picking, but the fantasy graveyard gives (re)birth to players that belong, or no longer belong six feet under on waivers. This week there are a few players that appear
Week Seven of the 2013-2014 National Hockey League Season is in the books; before we make way for our Week Eight preview, let’s take a look back at last weeks’ news. This past week was our worst week for game picks, as we went 22-25 — negative winning percentage for
Week Six of the 2013-2014 National Hockey League Season is in the books; before we make way for our Week Seven preview, let’s take a look back at last weeks’ news. We went 33-16 with game picks this week, including an impressive 15-2 on Saturday and Sunday’s contests. This improves
The Edmonton Oilers made headlines last night, making two moves in an attempt to change their fortunes after a 4-11-2 start to the 2013-2014 NHL season. While these moves don’t mean much in Fantasy Hockey, they set a tone that might pave the way for more “fantasy relevant” moves later