Tag "Hockey"

Minnesota’s Resilience in Huge Win, Dubnyk’s Responds to Early Goal

In their last 15 games, the Wild have won just five times. Just two teams have been worse than the Wild in the meantime and they are the Colorado Avalanche and Arizona Coyotes. After a very strong start to the season, the Wild are struggling and seemingly cannot catch a break.

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Golden Knight’s Fairytale Continues, Nate Schmidt’s Return Proved to be Key

The Vegas Golden Knights came in rocking into their inaugural NHL season, in which they won the Pacific division. Then in the playoffs, they easily made it through to the Stanley Cup finals. On their way to the Cup finals, the Golden Knights lost just three games during the playoffs. The Cinderella story came to an end with a 4-1 win for the Washington Capitals in those Stanley Cup finals last June.

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NHL DFS DraftKings Ice Picks January 3 2019

The Toronto Maple Leafs and Minnesota Wild begin the eight-game Thursday slate at an odd 2 p.m. eastern time with all other games beginning at the more normal 7 p.m. time slot. We will focus our attention on the evening match-ups. Tampa Bay, Washington, and the Vancouver/Montreal game are all good spots to build your roster. (Update, Leafs/Wild game not on DraftKings for today’s games).

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Sean Kuraly Hero Again and Tuukka Rask’s Redemption Highlight Bruins Winter Classic win

It was a heck of a game yesterday at Notre Dame Stadium in South Bend, Indiana. Fans across the NHL might be arguing about the Blackhawks playing their third Winter Classic game since 2015, or the Bruins playing their third Winter Classic game since 2010. But it was a great show for players, fans, and everybody, who tuned in to watch it. The game was a promotion of hockey and it was successful.

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NHL DFS DraftKings Ice Picks-January 1 2019

Happy New Year everyone! Welcome to my first installment of “Ice Picks” where I try to give some advice on selecting players for your Daily Fantasy lineups. DraftKings will be used as a reference for player prices. This is a short three-game slate with the big Winter Classic starting things off at 1 p.m. eastern.

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Pacific Division: An In-Depth Analysis

As the calendar flips over to 2019, the NHL season is heating up, and the division races are getting closer. One division that is tightly contested as we head into the new year is the Pacific Division. In our analysis of each division, it’s time to take a look at the Pacific Division.

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How Have The Calgary Flames Gotten Off To This Great Start?

It’s no secret that the Calgary Flames are putting together one of their best in franchise history. Or is it a secret that is being kept away in the Pacific division?

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Dave Hakstol is Out in Philadelphia, Scott Gordon In

After three seasons and change, Dave Hakstol has been relieved of his duties as the Head Coach of the Philadelphia Flyers. The Flyers have promoted Scott Gordon from the AHL affiliate, Lehigh Valley, to take over the vacancy as an interim head coach.

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What’s Going on with the St. Louis Blues?

Fights in practice turned into a practice of cuteness for the St. Louis Blues this week. On top of that, a potential fire sale is on the horizon as the NHL season is inching toward February 25.

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Can Alex Ovechkin be Reunited with the Stanley Cup?

We all saw the celebration of Alex Ovechkin after winning his holy grail, the Stanley Cup. It can probably be safely said, that it never left his side unless it was in the hands of a teammate. Also having another huge first in his life, this time becoming a father, Ovechkin has had an incredible 2018.

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