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  1. 2013 NHL Draft: Overhyped?

    For the last few months (and even longer in some cases), so many have been pouring praises on the 2013 NHL Entry Draft class. In summary, the "hype" revolves around the first round's apparent depth of talent at multiple positions and styles as well as some "once-in-a-generation" type of talents. Much of the hockey world is focused on how these young hockey talents have fared thus far following the conclusion of round robin play at the 2013 IIHF under-20 World Junior Tournament. ...
  2. NCAA Prospect Notebook: Cornell University

    Cornell University

    The Big Red are off to a good start after defeating Colorado College twice to kick off their 2012-13 campaign. In their first two ECAC matchups of the season against Colgate they won one and tied in the other.

    A big part of why Cornell are strong contenders in the ECAC has to do with Andy Iles a local Ithaca, NY native. Iles is entering his junior season and the experience he has gained through a heavy workload as an underclassman appears to be paying ...
  3. State of the Crease: Age Breakdown

    Whether you are in a keeper league or a one-year league, knowing who the reliable elite goaltenders are is often a must. Since last season it seems apparent that there is a switch in which generation of netminders should be considered the top tier of pack. It was not long ago the best goaltenders in the league were regarded as being Ryan Miller (now 32), Ilya Bryzgalov (now 32), Miikka Kiprusoff (now 35), Niklas Backstrom (now 34), Roberto Luongo (now 33), and Martin Brodeur (now 40) among others. ...
  4. State of the Crease

    Most hockey fans realize that a quality goaltender is an important piece to any success both for actual NHL teams and in fantasy hockey. Stability in net is a key to nearly every team that reaches the elite level of play.

    A few friendly conversations with FHC's own Kevin Gesterling had me thinking about how we as fans and as fantasy GMs assess netminders. We all have the same statistics from the same players to judge but come to different conclusions.

    Here are mine about ...
  5. Fantasy Hockey Impact- Top New Entry Level Contracts Signings Part III

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Size:  13.9 KB7) Ryan Murphy - CAR - Once former Kitchener Ranger captain, Gabriel Landeskog made the jump the NHL, a big part of the team's offense fell even more to Murphy. It is a slightly atypical expectation since Murphy is a defender but, it is also a testament to how much offensive potential he possesses. In the end his point totals did take a step back, but considering the changes in Kitchener, it was still a pretty solid season for Murphy.

    It is a great sign for ...
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