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2nd-seeded '99-'00 Panthers Handle 7th-seeded '98-'99 Panthers in Five Games

Game 1 was the first of two overtime games in this series and they were split between the two teams. Chris Wells scored his second goal of the game at 14:41 mark of the third period for the 7th-seeded ’98-’99 Panthers to give them a 3-1 lead in Game 1. 625 more words

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Marleau Shines as He Posts Nine Points as 3rd-seeded '10-'11 Sharks Sweep 6th-seeded '93-'94 Sharks

The 3rd-seeded ’10-’11 San Jose Sharks were the dominant team in this series from the beginning. They took Game 1, 3-2, while outshooting the 6th-seeded ’93-’94 San Jose Sharks 58-30. 431 more words

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Top-seeded '11-'12 Coyotes Begin Tournament by Defeating 8th-seeded '10-'11 Coyotes in Five Games

A tournament made up of entirely Coyotes’ teams is gonna be a low-scoring tournament and this was that, up until Game 5. In Game 1, … 500 more words

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The Value of 40+ Year Old Players in Your Fantasy Hockey Pool.

There are currently 4 skaters in the NHL over the age of 40. Despite their age, none of them are horrible choices. Obviously, as players get into their late 30s, they lose many of their skills and speed. 349 more words

Goaltender Niklas Backstrom Leads '08-'09 Wild Over '11-'12 Coyotes in Six Games

The ’08-’09 Wild pulled off a seeded upset in this series, but the two teams could not be more evenly matched. The team stats were almost identical between the two sides. 764 more words

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Ray Whitney is just kind of waiting for a team to call

Ray Whitney is one of a handful of veteran players that has yet to sign on with a new team. At 42 years old and having been in the NHL since 1992, it might be a little tricky for him to score a deal with a team. 180 more words

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Ray Whitney in big group of UFAs with no contract as camps beckon

There will be no tag days for the unemployed Ray Whitney, Marty Brodeur, Derek Morris, Saku Koivu or Todd Bertuzzi, who have been handsomely compensated in their careers–from $40 million to over $80 million–but they love playing so they are not ready to live large, in retirement. 1,308 more words

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