There are two missions in hockey. Preventing, and scoring goals. Or, preventing and creating shot attempts (depending on your views). The former reason, is the root cause of the decision for […]
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As the Tampa Bay Lightning sit nine points out of a playoff spot with six games to go it is all but known that they will not see the post […]
Blue collar players are essential to any team’s success in the NHL. They are the players that punish their opposition physically, sacrifice their bodies to block shots, work to regain possession of the puck for their team, and take great efforts to be in position to make shots on goal.
The Tampa Bay Lightning are blessed to have some very willing participants in these areas. In no particular order we will review the top five of these “black and blue” players who “bring the thunder.”
Since their season ended a month ago, most of the talk about the Tampa Bay Lightning’s needs have revolved around goaltending – and with good reason. The duo of Dwayne […]
Every month, The Fantasy Five-Hole takes a look at some of the most relevant fantasy question on poolies mind. With only 10 or 11 games remaining per team in the regular […]
With only about 24 hours before tomorrow’s NHL trade deadline, rumors are swirling all over the Internet, and especially on Twitter, as fake insiders try to get the attention of […]
Steve Yzerman is facing a dilemma. Does he trade players in an attempt to improve the the Tampa Bay Lightning before the NHL’s February 27 trade deadline, or does he […]
There’s no denying the strong connections between Tampa Bay Lightning General Manager Steve Yzerman and the team he spent his entire NHL playing career with, the Detroit Red Wings, or […]
Welcome to week 3 of my new feature that will run weekly until the end of the season to update you on the latest injuries to key players in the […]
With only 5 weeks before the February 27 NHL trade deadline, rumors are swirling all over the Internet, and especially on Twitter, as fake insiders try to get the attention of […]
In fantasy hockey, it is key to realize that it’s not always the superstars that drive your team, but the depth players who can produce while your star players may […]
Mention the name Ilya Kovalchuk within earshot of a Los Angeles Kings fan and get ready to run for cover. More likely (since it’s L.A., after all), an icy stare […]