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I’m not and have never been a Chicago Blackhawks fan but what got me thinking about this article was that I picked Tyler Arnason in one hockey pool. He’s having a slow start as well as the team so it got me wondering why there weren’t any guys making points at all in this team…
The Anaheim Mighty Ducks are reportedly shopping RW Petr Sykora. Sportsnet reported last night that GM Brian Burke did not rule out Sykora’s availability and what fuels the rumor even more is that Sykora is not in the Ducks line-up tonight against the Coyotes. There are no teams rumored to be interested as of now which leads me to believe he may just be a healthy scratch. But with Getzlaf and Perry sent to the AHL yesterday, this story is heating up quickly that a deal could be done or close to it.
With a month to go before decision time which players will be able to play their way onto the team, which ones will play their way off of it and who`s a lock? Injuries are as of yet not a major problem, but a month could change that. Long story short, who`s going to make up Team Canada for the 2006 Games?
So far this season, goal scoring is way up; save %’s are way down, but there as also been a changing of the guard in nets!
After trading away Sergei Federov last week, The Score is reporting that Brian Burke has picked up C Todd Marchant off waivers.
Ranger fans are talking. Every time that the Power Play fails for the Rangers (who are 16th overall on the Power Play) It becomes more and more clear the hole that’s left for the Rangers to fill… and that is a Power Play Quarterback… and for the Rangers.. The only one who would be accepted to take that roll is none other then the man who last filled it.
Brian Leetch! Come home.
One week after putting center Todd Marchant on waivers, the Blue Jackets are at it again, waiving him one more time…
last nights Oiler win got me thinking about this…I really don’t know. I’d say they have a slight advantage, but before you give an answer, consider this:
According to TSN.ca, The Phoenix Coyotes traded speedy defensemen David Tanabe to the struggling Boston Bruins.
The fourth period is reporting that Roberto Luongo might be on the trading block.
Well, the end is near…
1. McDonald’s in California are now offering the “bucket” of French fries. Seriously, a bucket. What’s next? You just stick your head in the fryer? An I.V. of Spicy Ketchup?
2. Harry Potter books now come with Cliff Notes. These are for the people that had a hard time following the deep complex plots of “TV Guide.”
3. Somewhere, somehow, a certain NHL team is about to receive a change of venue…
Also posted on wowhockey…
I have been trying to think of an interesting topic to discuss by delving into the numbers…
With the unbalanced schedule, it is very difficult to tell who really is the best team, by points alone. So, out of curiosity, I decided to try to figure it out considering who had the toughest opponents.