Bet On It: Hawks-Kings Game 6

Tomorrow night’s Game 6 of the Western Conference Finals features a clash between the Chicago Blackhawks and Los Angeles Kings. Chicago narrowly staved off elimination when Michael Handzus scored in the second overtime Wednesday night. The beauty in a series like this is the simple fact that one goal could change things…..or not. Los Angeles has shown the ability […]

Broken News: A New Hockey Writer

Hello everyone! I know it has been awhile but I want to welcome someone to the site. She basically is my better half ladies and gentlemen. Welcome aboard Rachel Cena! Rachel will be helping me with lots of things on the site but she also hosts the “Henrique It’s Over” show on Blog Talk Radio. She will […]

2014 NHL Draft: Florida Wins The Lottery

This is not your normal hey they won the lottery post but the Florida Panthers did win the 2014 NHL Draft Lottery. They will have the privilege of selecting first in Philadelphia in June. Who will they pick? Or will it be someone else……..stay tuned! Let the mock drafts begin in earnest.

Injury Ninja Update: Fantasy Hockey Onslaught!

Alas, here we go again! We return the InjureCon temporarily to The Hockey Program. Next year, it will be back on ProjectRoto. However in the meantime, here is this week’s injury report. Please remember that these are only injuries that have happened in the last week. Injury Ninja Report ANAHEIM Player Date Status Description Tim Jackman 2014-04-05 out indefinitely […]

Fantasy Friday F U Player Of The Night

Some nights are better than others fantasy hockey fans. Everyone is quick to praise the best of the fantasy world but few hammer the worst like we do. This little kid in Toronto had the right idea after all. Let’s give this guy the finger. He is just that much of a disaster tonight. The […]

Fantasy Thursday F U Player Of The Night

It was a pretty robust Thursday night in the fantasy hockey world. There were lots of intrigue, injuries, and more. Also, the feeling was there were some definitely disappearing acts from certain players. Surprisingly, a considerable amount of frustration was to be had. Who saw that coming? With tonight in the books, there are only […]

Fantasy F U Player Of The Night

Holy crap! We are back at last! Sorry for the delay but hey upgrades are upgrades and a special thanks to Bloguin and all of the people that work there for doing an unbelievable job on the site and overall platform improvements. It is greatly appreciated. In case you haven’t noticed, our littlest Toronto fan is back […]

Fantasy Hockey Spin: Luongo Pumps Your Tires?

(Sometimes the fantasy hockey and hockey gods must be crazy! — File Photo)   Oh god! We hit bizarro world! Yes, at least for now, Tim Thomas and Roberto Luongo are playing for the Florida Panthers. Just think about this for a second. Luongo had some pretty good numbers for Vancouver but heads back to where he once was. Now […]

Five Storylines For The NHL Post-Olympics

It’s almost sad to say, but Olympic hockey is now behind us, with Canada having won gold quite emphatically. The plus side, of course, is that it’s back to NHL action for hockey fans, and it certainly looks as if we’re in for a thrilling home stretch leading up to the playoffs! So just to […]

Pick The Winner: Golden Times!

We have reached the end of the Olympic hockey road. Canada will face Sweden in the morning. When I looked at odds and such, I was amazed at how much they changed from earlier in the day. Canada has jumped from a -170 to -200 in most circles. The over/under is still holding at 4 […]

Pick The Winner: Olympic Predictions

Let's keep it simple for everyone. What we are going to do is simply try to pick the winner for tomorrow's quarterfinal games. The knockout phase in the Olympics will be something else as there might be one or more upsets. There was one earlier today as Latvia upended Switzerland 3-1. The Swiss were picked […]

Short Post: Olympic Fantasy Hockey Mailbag?

Simply we just want to ask the fans if an Olympic Fantasy Hockey Mailbag is in order? The goal is to throw some ideas out of Twitter and then hopefully the questions can be answered. Box pools are going to be quite the challenge and if injuries, do happen, we can maybe give people an […]

Olympic Hockey Is Here!

It really is the most wonderful time of the year for hockey fans. Some will disagree but the reality is that the 2014 Winter Olympics gets going with Team USA going up against Finland at 3 am ET. Yes this is women's hockey but believe me, there are tons of compelling storylines. People forget that the men do not start until […]

When The Hockey Writers Writes Too Much….

Hello everybody. It has been awhile…a far too long actually since I have posted anything on here and I humbly apologize. I have to be honest that I may have spread myself a little thin this year but we will get back to posting things on a more modified but manageable schedule. I am sorry […]

World Junior Ice Hockey Championships off to a Flyer

  What an opening day it was at the World Junior Ice Hockey Championships in Malmö on Boxing Day as hot favourites USA and Canada won their opening games to stake an early claim for the coveted title. While defending champions USA produced a consistent performance to beat a weary Czech side 5-1, Brent Sutter’s […]

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