Just a reminder that Ask Illegal Curve will post its first answers to your fantasy questions tomorrow. If you haven’t already, please send in your questions via email, or post them in the comments.
Here is what team beat writers are saying this afternoon: Habs writer Pat Hickey confirms that third-year stopper Carey Price will get the start for the Montreal Canadiens in tonight’s season-opener versus the Toronto Maple Leafs at Air Canada Centre. No big shock here folks. The price should be right all year long for the [...]
1.) Denver University – It would appear that the Denver Pioneers don’t have many real weaknesses offensively; on the blue line the Pioneers will be young this season. There is a very good possibility that there could be two or three freshman defenseman playing in the top 6 defensive positions from night to night. The [...]
The Illegalcurve.com Radio Show’s three hour Fantasy Hockey preview SUPERSHOW is on the air. The show can be heard by tuning to 92.9 KICK FM in Winnipeg or by clicking the “radio show” link in the top right corner. Join us tonight to get the skinny on who you should target in your hockey pool, [...]
*Special thanks to Habs superfan Shawn Moen for his contribution Change is the common thread running through all facets of the second century of Les Glorieux. This offseason saw many changes to the defence and the scoring lines as well as change behind the bench and in ownership. After wildly exceeding expectations in the 2007-08 [...]
The IllegalCurve.com Radio Show is live tonight from 7pm until 830pm Central time To listen live to tonight’s show at 7pm Central, click here. Tonight we will discuss the latest in the Coyotes bankruptcy saga, the Patrick Kane-Cabbie incident, Jason Spezza garnering a Team Canada Orientation Camp invite, and the case of American Needle v. The [...]
Some young hockey players from Ontario have returned home from Europe after being bilked out of $3000. You have to feel bad for those kids, 3 grand is a lot to shell out. Canada improves its Ivan Hlinka record to 2-0, as IC favourite John McFarland tallies twice while Canada doubles the Swiss, 6-3. Lets [...]
From the Globe & Mail: The taxi driver who was allegedly beaten by NHL star Patrick Kane over incorrect pocket change had drunk driving convictions and no valid driver’s licence, the Buffalo News is reporting . Jan Radecki, 62, of Buffalo, N.Y., had his licence revoked in December, 1998, after refusing to submit to a [...]