Injuries continue to affect the goaltending situations of some teams, so monitoring goaltending situations at this point of the season is key. David Satriano provides the latest in The Net Effect.
Injuries have changed the goaltending situations in Boston and Washington, while Toronto and Montreal can’t decide which goalie to use. David Satriano has the latest in his weekly report “The Net Effect.”
Trade deadline day involved a few goalie moves, all of the minor variety. As well, injured starters are making things interesting for a few other teams. David Satriano provides the latest in The Net Effect.
It’s going to be a huge party for host country Canada, who led the Olympic games with 14 gold medals. But Canada earned its most celebrated gold medal, and perhaps its most hard-fought gold medal, on Sunday. David Satriano puts a wrap on the Olympic hockey coverage for fantasyhockey.com.
The US-Finland game seemed to be over before it started, while the Canada/Slovakia game went right down to the final seconds. What this means is that North American hockey fans will get the gold medal matchup they wanted. David Satriano recaps Friday’s Olympic semifinal matches.
Men’s hockey took a night off on Thursday in preparation for the semi-final matches on Friday, but the women had some important games on Thursday. David Satriano recaps the two matches, which involved two sets of fierce rivalries.
What was supposed to be the matchup of the tournament turned into an unmitigated disaster for Russia, as Canada scored early and often on Evgeni Nabokov and kept Alex Ovechkin in check. David Satriano recaps the four quarterfinal games played on Wednesday.
Things aren’t getting any easier for the Czechs, who narrowly escaped with a win on Tuesday and may be without Jaromir Jagr for Wednesday’s quarterfinal game with Finland. David Satriano recaps Tuesday’s four qualifying games.
Monday’s most significant men’s hockey news came off the ice, as Vancouver hero Roberto Luongo now has an opportunity to become Canada’s hero. However, there was also plenty of women’s hockey action, with the end result being another Canada/USA showdown.
Super Sunday turned out to be Miller Time and disappointment for Canada. Because of Sunday’s result, the Canada/USA hockey rivalry is stronger than ever. David Satriano recaps a day of action involving six super teams.