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Sportsnet.ca is reporting that Nashville may be looking to move winger Scott Hartnell. Hartnell will be a UFA at the end of this season.
According to TSN Evgeni Malkin was injured in the second period of his preseason debut after a collision with team mate John Leclair, apparantly he laid on the ice for 3-4 minutes before skating off the ice(on his own) favoring his right arm.
So the soap opera of malkins life continues
Sportsnet is reporting that Unrestricted Free-Agent has been contacted by the Toronto Maple Leafs and the Detroit Red Wings. Bondra believes he has one more season in him. Bondra scored 21 goals and 39 points in 60 games last season with Atlanta.
According to TSN, after running into the boards during last night’s pre-season game against Buffalo, Sergei Federov could be out up to 6 weeks with a possilble separated shoulder.
Here is a preview of the Central Division in no particular order.
TSN.ca is reporting
The announcement was made official moments ago during a press conference at the Air Canada Centre as the respected NHL veteran formally announced his retirement. He’s the latest addition to the TSN family following recent signings this year of Brian Williams, James Cybulski and Darren Dreger.
The Flyers have signed Ken Hitch***** to a 3 year extension suring up the coach through the 2008-2009 season.
So I was reading the comments on some of the recent articles, and I noticed several people advertising their Yahoo! Hockey Pools for this season. So I had the idea that people could post their leauge ID’s and passwards here as comments, just to make the whole process of joining a leauge that much easier. Not to say that it’s limited to Yahoo! leagues, I’m just using that as an example. I’m very excited about this years season, and I’m willing to bet that the cup will come to the west this year (hint-hint-flames-hint-hint) But i wish the best to all teams, and hopefully some pools can start up!
Los Angeles, CA (Sports Network) – The Los Angeles Kings re-signed forward Dustin Brown and defenseman Tim Gleason to two-year deals on Sunday. Both players were restricted free agents.
After researching for and successfully completing three fantasy drafts over the last week, I thought it would be nice to share a few of my drafting tips to my loyal readers. Hopefully these simple strategies will help you field competitive fantasy hockey teams in all of your leagues. Some of you might find this stuff pretty straightforward, but I’m sure it will help many of you as well.