If you were to look up the term “fantasy team killer” in the dictionary, you wouldn’t find it. Duh. However, Zetterberg has probably been the biggest disappointment to fantasy owners and hockey fans alike so far this season. Three measly points in 11 games? None in his last 8 matches? Ouch.
Hi guys !!!
Am I the only one to see that some teams bring a lot of players with the same nationality. Strange ?? I don’t think so, it’s more usefull than we think.
The Canadiens completed their first 10-game segment Saturday with a 5-4 shootout loss to the Toronto Maple Leafs and their record provides reason for hope and concern.
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This is a baseless rumour and more of a musing for myself, but one that makes sense.
Phillidelphia and Phoenix are both having major difficulties this year, and both have either publicly stated that trade talks are going on or phone calls are being made. But what about with each other?
This whole Penguins sale thing that has been going on for like 5 years in the making is finally looking like it is all over. A new owner is in place, and funding for a new building looks like it is coming along. But what about teams like the Sens who were having some trouble and prospective cities should the league expand to 32 teams, or if another franchise unfortunately becomes financially unstable or the owner would like to sell.
Ray Shero has annoounced that the Penguins will keep Jordan Staal with the team this season. He has also announced that Kris Letang will be sent back to his junior team, Val d’Or of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League.
Another blowout. the final score in the game against Pittsurgh was 8-2. What is the problem?
The Phoenix Coyotes have agreed to a one-year deal with veteran centre Yanic Perreault worth $700,000.
We have 8 d-men, none of which are performing greatly. We are also close to the cap. Who should stay? Who do we dump? What would you have as the combinations?
Kaspar/Ozo (if he can find his game he can be great for us)
The Leafs haven’t looked great so far this season, but with a little patience this team will look much better a month from now.
Rumours have been flying that Toronto Coach Paul Maurice is very upset with enforcer Wade Belak and has asked Toronto GM JFJ to bring him in a new enforcer who can get the job done. The anger for Belak started after Belak apparently told Maurice that he didn’t really feel like fighting in Toronto’s last game against Ottawa after Maurice asked him to go protect Darcy (Tucker).