Sean Allen breaks down good and bad fantasy hockey matchups for the fourth week of the 2012-13 hockey season.
Sean Allen breaks down good and bad fantasy hockey matchups for the second week of the 2012-13 hockey season.
Before the playoffs start, Pierre LeBrun takes a look at this summer's unrestricted free-agent crop.
Matthew Wuest of CapGeek explains why there won't be too many big contracts handed out among forwards and goalies this season, but defensemen are in line for some big raises.
With the start of free agency next week (July 1), we take a look at the top free agents available. Here are the forwards.
General managers mortgaged millions of dollars and committed to longer terms than most marriages during the first week of free agency. Here's a look at where the Western Conference teams stack up.
A record 67 NHL players filed for arbitration.
E.J. Hradek weighs the winners and losers from Day 1 of NHL free agency. The Penguins are loaded for bear and the Canucks may have enough to finally play for the Cup. The Rangers? Don't ask.
Now that the NHL draft is complete, Sean Allen examines the NHL free-agent field and what potential big changes could mean from a fantasy perspective.
Sean Allen shifts his attention to the teams who haven't made any high-impact moves. yet.
Don't be surprised if your favorite players (remember them?) wind up on different teams this season.
Minnesota can't believe it will improve upon last season until restricted free agent Marian Gaborik returns.