NHL Fantasy: Four players to add from the North Division

We are approaching the halfway mark of the fantasy hockey regular season, and weekly matchups are getting more and more important each week in this shortened season. With so many postponed games and players on the COVID/IR list, it has been a major balancing act for some managers to keep their rosters afloat. Finding consistent … Continue reading NHL Fantasy: Four players to add from the North Division

A look at the Calgary Flames’ disappointing coaching history since 2000

With the Calgary Flames struggling to begin the season and currently sitting at 9-9-1 and outside the playoffs, questions regarding their coaching have arose. Geoff Ward has certainly made some puzzling decisions so far this season and is arguably one of the reasons the Flames have started the year so poorly. Many fans have begun … Continue reading A look at the Calgary Flames’ disappointing coaching history since 2000

Calgary Flames 2021 first quarter report cards

With the first quarter of the season officially over, it's time to look at how the Flames roster has fared 14 games into the year. We'll assign a report card grade for each Flames player with over 100 minutes TOI. The grade will take into consideration the 14 games the Flames played from opening night … Continue reading Calgary Flames 2021 first quarter report cards

Why the North Division has become a major fantasy goldmine this season

With the season reaching its quarter mark this weekend, we are wrapping up the fourth week in fantasy hockey. With a shortened season and almost half as many fantasy weeks, each week has become even more important for playoff implications. At this point in the year the standings are starting to take shape and the … Continue reading Why the North Division has become a major fantasy goldmine this season

Edmonton Oilers season preview: What to expect from the Flames versus the Oilers

The Calgary Flames are back in action tonight, looking to snap a two game losing streak. It should be a must watch game as the Battle of Alberta kicks off, with the first of 10 meetings between the Flames and Oilers. Both teams have gotten off to slow starts with the Oilers fourth in the … Continue reading Edmonton Oilers season preview: What to expect from the Flames versus the Oilers

Montreal Canadiens season preview: What to expect from the Flames versus the Canadiens

After dropping two in a row to the Toronto Maple Leafs earlier this week, the Calgary Flames will look to get back on track as they travel east to play the Montreal Canadiens in another two game series. This will be the first two of nine matchups between the two teams. It should be another … Continue reading Montreal Canadiens season preview: What to expect from the Flames versus the Canadiens

NHL Fantasy: Three forwards to buy low in fantasy after week one

Now that we are coming to the end of the extended Week One in fantasy hockey, early returns on draft picks are either looking great or a little worrying. Every year there are a few players who have high expectations coming into the season that fall flat in fantasy despite the hype. This year is … Continue reading NHL Fantasy: Three forwards to buy low in fantasy after week one

NHL Fantasy: Five players to watchlist after the first few games of the season

With the NHL season getting underway this week and fantasy drafts mostly finishing up Tuesday night, fantasy managers will now be scouring the waiver wire to improve their team post draft. Every year there are a few players who no one has on their draft radar that end up being valuable fantasy assets. The beginning … Continue reading NHL Fantasy: Five players to watchlist after the first few games of the season

Pelletier, Zary come up short with Canada as Wolf and Team USA take gold at the World Juniors

After winning their respective semifinal matchups, Jakob Pelletier, Connor Zary, and Dustin Wolf were right back at it facing off in the gold medal game. In a typical close game between the two rivals, USA defeated Canada by a score of 2-0. After dominating all tournament, Canada were stifled by the American defense and Spencer … Continue reading Pelletier, Zary come up short with Canada as Wolf and Team USA take gold at the World Juniors

Pelletier, Zary, Wolf advance to gold medal game, Kuznetsov to play for bronze

With all four Flames prospects at the World Juniors advancing to the semifinals on Saturday, they were back in action last night looking to book their spot in the gold medal game. Jakob Pelletier, Connor Zary, and Canada took on Yan Kuznetsov and Russia in a rematch of last year's final, while Dustin Wolf and … Continue reading Pelletier, Zary, Wolf advance to gold medal game, Kuznetsov to play for bronze