Monthly Archives: August 2013

Prospect Watch: Ryan Strome

The Islanders boast a deep crop of prospects who should be a big part of the future. One of those players who’s close to breaking through is Ryan Strome. Drafted by the Islanders in the first round of 2011 fifth … Continue reading

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No Staaling Around

Marc Staal declared himself 100 percent at yesterday’s Canada Olympic orientation camp in Calgary. The 26-year old defenseman expects to be ready for the beginning of Rangers training camp which starts on September 12. It was on Mar. 5 that … Continue reading

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Richards ready for fresh start under Vigneault

In a word, the shortened season was a nightmare for Brad Richards. He wasn’t consistent and looked a step behind. That led to a rift between him and John Tortorella. A coach he once flourished under winning a Conn Smythe and Stanley … Continue reading

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Matt Martin experiences the VMA’s

He might be tough on the ice but Islanders forward Matt Martin tried his hand as a reporter at last night’s MTV VMA’s at Barclays Center in Brooklyn. He got the royal treatment covering the big event with BCTV Brooklyn … Continue reading

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Henrique It’s Over

Henrique it’s over. The Devils have finally re-signed Adam Henrique. Per a tweet from the official Devils Twitter, the two sides reached agreement on a multi-year extension. Terms were disclosed.        New Jersey Devils ‏@NHLDevils                            33m  Today we re-signed Adam … Continue reading

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Fantasy Hockey: Draft Strategy

Every fantasy player has their own approach to drafting. In a keeper format like my league, I must decide which players I’m protecting. I have some good options. The candidates include Jamie Benn, Logan Couture, Henrik Sedin, Eric Staal, Jason … Continue reading

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Fantasy Hockey Draft: Center Depth A Plus

In any fantasy hockey draft, there are plenty of centers to choose from. It could depend on what kind of league you’re in. If it’s head to head, you’re bound to pick up more guys through the waiver wire. In … Continue reading

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Fantasy Hockey: Early Draft Strategy

  Fantasy Hockey is around the corner. Drafts are roughly a month away. Now is the time to start prepping. Depending on if you’re in keeper format or new, a lot goes into your draft strategy. As someone who’s won … Continue reading

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Devils sold to investment group led by Josh Harris

After seemingly ages of speculation, the rumored has finally become a reality as Jeff Vanderbeek has sold controlling interest in the Devils (as well as the entertainment rights for the Prudential Center) to a group led by investment banker Josh … Continue reading

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NJEC: USA wraps up with 5-1 win over Canada

An interesting week at the Olympic Training center concluded yesterday in Lake Placid. For Team USA, it was all part of the learning process during National Junior Evaluation Camp at Herb Brooks Arena. They finished up better than they started posting … Continue reading

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