Oct 272014
 

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The Week Ahead: Week 4, Oct 27 – Nov 2

4 Game slates: ANA, ARI, BUF, CHI, COL, LA, MIN, MON, VAN, WINN
3 Game slates: BOS, CAL, CAR, CLB, DAL, DET, EDM, NASH, NJ, NYI, OTT, PHI, PIT, SJ, STL, TB, TOR, WASH
2 Game slates: FLA, NYR

By Lane Myer

We’re now moving past the 10% of the season completed mark for some teams and it should become easier to filter out the pretenders on the waiver wire for you in standard 10-12 team leagues. If you’re in a 12 team league that rolls three lines those defenseman options on waivers are looking pretty ugly, aren’t they? Hope you snagged Vatanen, Boychuk, or Brodie!   We’ll cover the second wave of blueline options that you can consider below.   That said, the hot starts are petering out. The established players with a track record like noted Chris Block Perpetual Interference/Obstruction Running Hero, Hank Zetterberg, are producing again (someone might want to remind Toews and Hossa, though). Continue reading »

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Oct 272014
 

By Brad Vandenberk

The Chicago Blackhawks returned home on Sunday night, after a 0-2 road trip with losses to Nashville and St Louis. Coming home, it was the Ottawa Senators visiting the United Center.

The Hawks edged the Sens 2-1 to get back in the win column. Scott Darling made his NHL debut stopping 32 of 33 shots that he faced. Jeremy Morin worked his way back into the lineup after it was announced that Dan Carcillo would be on the shelf for the next 4 weeks with a knee injury suffered Saturday night in St Louis.

Jonathan Toews put the Hawks on the board with a nice wrap-around goal tucking it passed Ottawa’s netminder Craig Anderson. The Senators would tie the game shorthanded with Brad Richards and the linemen getting tangled during the play. Brent Seabrook would give the Hawks the 2-1 lead on the power play and that’s all that would be required. There was only one referee for this game, Steve Kozari. Just before game time the second referee, Eric Furlatt, left with an illness. Continue reading »

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