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For some fans, the dream of watching their team win the cup is still alive, but for others, it’s all over. Congratulations to the eight teams moving on, but the job is far from finished. The first round will have a ton of surprises, and there will be more in

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Fantasy HockeyFix Audio

Slap Shot Podcast is a hockey-only podcast available at The Fantasy Fix that will cover everything– from season-long fantasy hockey to DFS and everything in between. If you have any questions you’d like to have answered, make sure to check out the NHL Forum and don’t forget to follow the

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Fantasy Hockey

The first round of the NHL Eastern Conference playoffs was exactly as advertised — exciting, physical, and downright fun to watch. The first matchup of the second roud will see the Washington Capitals taking on the New York Rangers, and the second matchup will see the Montreal Canadiens facing the

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Fantasy Hockey

View image | gettyimages.com It’s the moment we’ve all been waiting for—the Stanley Cup playoffs! The second season is by far the most exciting season, and it most certainly won’t disappoint this year. There are some great matchups this year and some will go down to the wire to decide

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Fantasy HockeyFront OfficeJosh Kay

Today is an interesting day in the National Hockey League. Of the nine games starting at 7 p.m. or later, two of them are home and home match-ups (BUF @ BOS, & PHI @ CLS), two include division rivals that have not yet faced each other this year

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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

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Fantasy HockeyJosh Kay

Yesterday, Detroit Red Wings center Henrik Zetterberg was diagnosed with a back injury that will require at least two weeks of rest and recuperation. The 33-year-old Swede is going to be tough to replace, as he comes in at number five in our Top-100 forward rankings. Obviously when it comes to a player of

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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

Week Eight 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

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

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