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By Luke Rachar
In Fantasy
Nov 26th, 2016
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Nov 2016 update Each month, along with the Top 100 Fantasy Rankings at each position (C, LW, RW, D, and G), we will look at the biggest risers and fallers. Players values can change for a number of reasons, from their linemates to an injury, to the system input by their coach to a cold […]...
By Greg Komarnicky
In Columns
Nov 4th, 2016
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Werenski a special talent Many writers will say that Werenski was a surprise, forgetting his amazing performance in the NCAA…..and the World Juniors…..and when he as a rookie in the AHL where together with Forsberg he brought their team to the Calder Cup Championship. Werenski has always ...
By Greg Komarnicky
In Columns
Dec 14th, 2014
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Hello again readers! The return of League It To Us is upon us, which also means the return of The Daily Mumble.   The Las Vegas Black Knights will be a hit You heard it here first. We are not saying it is happening, but if it was to happen as rumoured, it would be […]...
By Greg Komarnicky
In Headlines
Oct 7th, 2014
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DC features many amazing superheroes, but how do they translate to hockey? and who would pick them when in the draft? For this edition of the Ultimate Fantasy Draft, I will be looking at the heroes of DC Comics. In the Ultimate Fantasy Draft series I will draft for NHL teams characters from books, mo...
By Greg Komarnicky
In Breaking Point
Aug 8th, 2014
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The Arizona Coyotes have seen many changes, both in their name, and their roster this offseason. They lost winger Radim Vrbata through free agency, but traded for Sam Gagner. This provides Mikkel Boedker with a make it or break it scenario. The loss of Vrbata leaves a rather large hole in the scoring...
By Greg Komarnicky
In Latest News
Aug 6th, 2014
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The Arizona Coyotes saw a change of star forwards this offseason with Radim Vrbata leaving for the Vancouver Canucks via free agency while adding centerman Sam Gagner via trade. Their offseason moves have been small, but they have made changes. Here’s how their strengths and weaknesses line up ...
By Josh Daniels
In Uncategorized
Mar 14th, 2012
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The Gagarin cup finished up its quarterfinal stage on Sunday with Metallurg Magnitogorsk defeating Barys Astana in overtime. This week has brought about the Conference Semi-finals. Hockey is heating up in Russia as they seek a champion. Last years champion, Salavat Yulaev Ufa, was sent packing meanin...