Alex Stalock will likely get a good number of starts for the rest of the '14-'15 NHL season, so fantasy managers should add the goalie as he has been dropped by some managers lately. (Jason O. Watson-US PRESSWIRE)

Sharks Wise Not to Trade for a Goaltender

The San Jose Sharks sit without an established NHL goaltender going into Wednesday’s start of free agency. If you choose to listen to many mainstream media members, this means the […]

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Vezina Voting Overlooks Flyers’ Steve Mason

After a brilliant 2014-15 season, Flyers goalie Steve Mason now knows what it’s like to have a book judged by its cover. The former Calder Trophy winner didn’t receive a […]

UND goalie Zane McIntyre  (Eric Classen/UND Athletics)

The Flyers Next Backup Goalie

For the first time in years, the Philadelphia Flyers are heading into the offseason with absolutely no question as to who will be their starting goaltender. Steve Mason has now […]

Ben Bishop was solid in his first season in a Lightning uniform and Evgeni Nabokov's veteran presence should only help Tampa Bay. (Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports)

Ben Bishop and Tampa Bay’s Road to the Stanley Cup Finals

When credit is due, credit is due, and Ben Bishop deserves full credit for backstopping the Tampa Bay Lightning to the Stanley Cup Finals. Ben Bishop played his way through […]

Referred to as Mr. Goalie, Glenn Hall changed the way that goalies played their position.

Hockey By the Numbers #1

The number on the back of your hockey sweater is the one thing that sets you apart from other players. Players numbers are what young players notice, and why so […]

Ben Bishop was solid in his first season in a Lightning uniform and Evgeni Nabokov's veteran presence should only help Tampa Bay. (Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports)

The Weight on the Shoulders of Ben Bishop

A look back for Big Ben The 2013-2014 season was a turning point in the career of goalie, Ben Bishop of the Tampa Bay Lightning.  For the first time in […]

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Don’t Count Out Scott Darling Just Yet

  Earlier this week it was revealed that Corey Crawford will start in net for the Chicago Blackhawks when they open up their second round playoff series with the Minnesota […]

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Possible Blues Goaltending Targets

Although mismanaged and unfair to the point that the situation makes Mike Keenan look like a goaltending savant, the Brian Elliott situation at long last has come to loggerheads. Lou […]

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The Other Goalie: A Caps Fan Scouting Report Of Henrik Lundqvist

The Other Goalie: A Caps Fan Scouting Report Of Henrik Lundqvist

In relationships, you never want to meet the ‘other woman’ face-to-face; it’s awkward, potentially dangerous, and there’s too many unknowns involved.  Thankfully, in this hockey relationship, I’ve got you covered […]

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The Ottawa Senators and Their Crowded Crease

    I firmly believe that the most important position in hockey is the goaltender. Anyone who had watched the Ottawa Senators vs. Montreal Canadiens first round series will have an […]

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Corey Crawford Gets Another Chance To Prove Himself

  Chicago Blackhawks head coach Joel Quenneville says that Corey Crawford will be the starting goalie when the Hawks open up their second round playoff series with the Minnesota Wild […]

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Two of the Three Vezina Candidates Move On

All three 2015 Vezina Trophy candidates made it to the first round of the playoffs, but only two of those three goaltenders have made it past the first round. With […]

by · April 27, 2015 · 0 comments · NHL Goaltending