Tag "Mitch Marner"

NHL DFS DraftKings Ice Picks October 26th, 2019

Happy weekend everyone, lot’s of high-profile games on this nine game evening slate. The Leafs and Habs renew their rivalry in Montreal, the surging Blue Jackets visit the Flyers, Calgary and Winnipeg meet up for an outdoor game for the Heritage Classic, and finally in perhaps the game of the night, the high-flying Nashville Predators visit last year’s President’s trophy winners, the Tampa Bay Lightning. Let’s dig into it and make some Ice Picks!

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NHL DFS DraftKings Ice Picks October 10th, 2019

Thursday night is a full schedule for some puck action. All toll we have 11 games to choose from. There is bound to be a game or two you can bounce back and forth with the Thursday night NFL offering which could get out of reach with the Patriots envolved. My projections forecast Tampa Bay and Toronto, San Jose/ Chicago, St. Louis at Ottawa and Edmonton at Jersey as great games to target for offensive production. Sharpen the skates, time for Ice Picks!

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RFA Report: Mitch Marner

Dom Lunardo | September 18th, 2019 The crown jewel and hometown boy who grew up a die-hard Maple Leafs fan has signed on the dotted line, officially ending #MarnerWatch. After a rather extended and emotionally draining contract dispute between the

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Report: Colorado Avalanche Re-Sign Mikko Rantanen to a 6-year Contract

Mikko Rantanen has agreed to terms on a 6-year contract with the Colorado Avalanche worth $55.5 million, $9.25 million a season. The 22-year old, Finnish, 2015 first round pick is a major piece of the Colorado Avalanche rebuild into a

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Colorado Avalanche: Mikko Rantanen Contract Holdout

Training Camp for the Colorado Avalanche kicks off Sept. 13, and they will take the ice without one of their best player: Mikko Rantanen. The 22-year old Finnish right winger is still holding out, awaiting for a long-term contract from

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2019/20 Team Outlook: Toronto Maple Leafs

Leafs Nation, who let’s be honest, are some of the most widespread, loyal, and in their own minds,  most knowledgeable fan bases in all of hockey. Fans are already chomping at the bit and are quick to point out who should be playing on what line and with whom. Last season the “Buds” got bounced (yet again) in the first round of the playoffs by their biggest nemesis, the Boston Bruins. Things need to change and management has made some significant moves in order to give highly paid coach Mike Babcock the best tools for a long and prosperous playoff run. Let’s take a look at where the 2019/2020 Toronto Maple Leafs fit in in a very deep and improving Eastern Conference.

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