Here is the latest Pick Six, a goaltending-rich version that covers games for both Wednesday and Thursday. And by mentioning goaltending, it’s important to remember not to read too much into the early-season struggles of certain goalies.
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The season is only two and a half weeks old, yet in the words of Gary Bettman, we have a trade to announce. Like they have so many times before, the Canucks and Panthers hooked up for a four-player deal.
The season is early, so there are plenty of solid waiver-wire choices as injuries and poor play dictate situations. Evan Reynar will navigate you through the waiver wire in this week’s Fire on Ice.
Columbus hasn’t won a game yet this season, but could this be the week for them? Short answer: No. Garrett discusses this and the rest of Week 3 in his latest installment of Looking Ahead.
It’s yet another busy Saturday, with all but two teams in action. Be sure that you set your lineup quickly, as the day features two afternoon starts.
Tuesday is the next busy day on the NHL schedule, with ten games on tap. Since all teams have played at least three games, we can finally see the early blueprints of our season.
Gabriel Landeskog and Ryan Nugent-Hopkins still aren’t at the point where they are guaranteed a full season in the big league, but neither of them have a lot standing in their way either. The Nuge’s hat trick on Saturday should increase his appeal in fantasy leagues.
Hey everybody and welcome back for the 2011-12 season! We’ll be providing you same as last season weekly updates involving analysis of the previous week and predictions for the upcoming week to help you get the most out of your fantasy roster.
Saturday is the busiest day of the season thus far, with all but two teams in action. A busy night means lots of choices, so let’s get right at it with the Pick Six.