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Five Free Agents for Fans to Fantasize Over

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Five Free Agents for Fans to Fantasize Over

  By: Ryan Kiray (@RyanK_THG) This summer’s free agent market is among the most promising that the NHL has seen in a number of years. While big fish free agents are at a low, there is a considerably deeper pool of quality players than normal. A number of players already appear to be on track […]

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NHL Trade Deadline: Who’s on the Move?

By Pat White (@patwhite9126) There may not be a more interesting time during the course of a hockey season, postseason aside, than the weeks leading up to the NHL Trade Deadline. It gives members of the media and fans an opportunity to put on their GM hats and play General Manager for a couple of […]

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Detroit Red Wings: Preparing for the Loss of the Captain

By Rhys Richards (@RREsq) Last week, Detroit Red Wings and Sweden captain Henrik Zetterberg withdrew from the Olympics due to an aggravation of a herniated disc in his back. Zetterberg’s injury immediately gave credence to the fear so many NHL teams had regarding their star players participating in the Olympics at Sochi. Zetterberg scored the game winning goal against the Czechs last […]

Thomas Vanek Traded to Islanders; What Lies Ahead?

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Thomas Vanek Traded to Islanders; What Lies Ahead?

By Kristin Tullo (@K_Tullo) The Buffalo Sabres may have had their biggest win of the season on Sunday night, acquiring left wing Matt Moulson from the New York Islanders, along with New York’s first-round pick in 2014 and a second-round pick in 2015 in exchange for Thomas Vanek. It was a big win for the […]

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Fantasy Forecast: Northeast Division Player Predictions

By Todd Cordell In case you missed the first edition, I am doing team-by-team fantasy predictions sorted by division. In this six-part series, I will make fantasy predictions on two players from each team in every division and say why or why not I think that player will perform well, or fail to reach expectations. […]