Anyone who knows Rachel and I by now know that we really do play fantasy hockey in similar but different ways. The fun part is success often comes in many […]
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There was an urban legend about a column that lambasted the worst of the fantasy hockey world each week. The complaints would flow in and undaunted the names of the […]
Carolina: 72 Games Not Played Jeff Skinner is out with an upper body injury. Skinner appeared in 10 games so far this year, recording nine points. Carolina has a team […]
Some players will make their respective Olympic teams based on how they play leading up to the games. This guy can stand on his head all season and probably still […]
With the reformatting of the divisional format in the NHL, you might be left with questions about the team’s in Buffalo’s division, the Atlantic Division. Who will the Sabres be […]
With the 2013-2014 NHL season fast approaching wannabe GM’s participating in hockey pools, whether it be for fun, money, bragging rights or simply to enhance the experience of an already […]
It’s been three and a half years since the United States and Canada battled on the sport’s biggest stage. Families tuned into their TV’s with 28 million pairs of eyes […]
Well, that was fun… My weekend that is! But you’re not reading this to hear about my Memorial Day festivities, are you? I digress… I must say, it definitely feels […]
The Ottawa Senators weren’t projected to go this far in the playoffs, let alone make the playoffs after they learned they would be without Jason Spezza for the regular season. […]
In an era consumed with Facebook, Twitter and hoards of media anxious to be the first to report, well, just about anything, it’s easy to get caught up in the moment and blow things […]
It’s a trend that is becoming far too familiar to Penguins’ fans in these Stanley Cup Playoffs: A bone-headed play, a mental lapse, a brain cramp, or pure laziness leading […]
Despite some visible issues, the Pittsburgh Penguins may be primed for a Stanley Cup run thanks to their special teams.