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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

Tampa Bay Lightning first-round pick Jonathan Drouin was sent down to the Halifax Moosecats of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League today according to Lightning beat reporter Missy Zielinski. The 18-year-old winger was a favorite among Fantasy Hockey writers (including us here at The Fix) to emerge as the left-winger

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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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Fantasy Hockey

Head-to-head leagues are approaching the stretch run before the playoffs, and every point, assist, and save matter. Personally, I am on the border of playoff fantasy hockey and concentrating on hockey as a fan, strictly. This is probably the one time of the year where I evaluate my entire roster

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Fantasy Hockey

Every season, a handful of players stand out as potential all or nothing fantasy players going forward. Lately, a few of those players have made themselves known for good and for bad. As a fan, I find it refreshing to see those that flamed out after their breakout season becomes

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