Greetings from a very cold Rhode Island (12° F, and -11° C for my friends in Canada reading this blog). I wanted to drop in and do a blog about the early season surprises in both a good and bad way.
First off we should discuss teams that are struggling badly out of the gate. These teams include the Philadelphia Flyers, Calgary Flames, Vancouver Canucks, Washington Capitals, Carolina Hurricanes, and the most shocking of them all is the New York Rangers (though some might say the Vancouver
In case you haven't heard the NHL is officially underway with a flurry of meaningful games for the next 14 weeks and 1 day (99 days). Over the weekend a few intriguing match ups took place including the Rangers going to Boston and playing the Bruins, this was after an afternoon tilt between the Penguins and Flyers in Philadelphia on the opening day that ended with a Ducks 7-3 win over Vancouver who is surprisingly 0-2 to start that season.
I took away a lot from the opening weekend
This week we’ll take a look at the defending OHL champion London Knights. Granted a franchise in 1965, the London Nationals changed their name to Knights in 1968. Normally a very successful team (the team has made the OHL playoffs every year since 2000, winning the OHL title last year and the Memorial Cup in 2005 and also had a 24 game winning streak earlier this season) the Knights hold the dubious distinction of having the single worst season in CHL history. In the
Updated 01-20-2013 at 12:43 by Aaron Brouwer
We here at Fantasy Hockey Coach are very excited that the NHL lockout is over, which means fantasy hockey is back. Every year we produce a Hockey Pool Guide that is call the Fantasy Hockey Pool Playbook.
Our site here is a hobby for all of our writers as we all have other jobs and we write for the FHC when we can because we love fantasy hockey and enjoy writing about it.
Due to time constraints we are unable to update the 2012-13 FHC Hockey Pool Playbook and therefore
Updated 01-15-2013 at 13:10 by Aaron Brouwer
Jordan Staal- Hurricanes- reunited with his brother Eric in Carolina, Stall will finally get to play a top six role on a full time basis. You can expect a jump from his career average of .58 points per game to somewhere around .9 points per game. Also, as anyone with a brother or sister will attest to, never discount the power of sibling rivalry.
Kyle Turris- Senators- having been granted a trade from Phoenix, where he clearly