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Fantasy Hockey: Around the Western Conference

Fantasy Hockey: Around the Western Conference
Written by Joe Cutroni, Staff Writer
November 28, 2008

Joe Cutroni provides an inside look at what’s happening around the Western Conference to give you the edge you need in your fantasy hockey league.

Kaberle looking at options??

With many of Tomas Kaberle’s former teamates eigther mulling retirement or sporting another jersey, Tomas has quietly been looking at his options. He has been looking over other team’s rosters and seeing where he could potentially fit on a contender’s team. It has been said Tomas has even inquiring about certain cities and coaches as he is considering possibly waiving his no-trade clause since the Leafs are going threw a rebuilding process.

How we could improve the Canucks

It’s a bit early to start mentioning anybody (other then Detroit, and San Jose) legit cup contenders, especially the Canucks, but they’ve played some fine hockey this season.

Right now there 2 points out of 2nd place in the West, there top 5 in the league in goals against, AND for too. We haven’t lost in regulation in our last 10 games either.

Note: Very long read! I’ve been working on it for a week or so, just writing a bit each day for a week or so, just in case you guys are wondering why I have so much free time to do this ahaha

Max Afinogenov to Colorado?

The Buffalo News reports that the Colorado Avalanche are interested in Buffalo winger Maxim Afinogenov.

It is then speculated that Forward Marek Svatos could be headed in the opposite direction, although they also say that the Avs may want to deal him for a goaltender (i.e. Halak, Khabibulin, Huet)

Svatos for Afinogenov straight up? Maybe. Look for Tyler Arnason to be involved as well. The Sabres could use a center and Arnason is on the outs with Avs fans.

Sportsnet is reporting that the Burke to toronto deal is done is reporting that Burke has agreed to a 6 year deal worth 18 million dollars.

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