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Tag: Stanley Cup
This year has been a turbulent one for the NHL (and in turn, fantasy hockey). The 2011-12 regular season saw some fantastic performances from the likes of Henrik Lundqvist, Evgeni Malkin, and Erik Karlsson. The playoffs saw the Los Angeles Kings completely dominate the competition en route to capturing their first Stanley Cup in franchise history. However, all
The Los Angeles Kings were remarkably healthy during their recent Stanley Cup victory, and a large part of the credit for that goes to their strength and conditioning coach, Ryan Van Asten. Previous to his time in Los Angeles, he was the strength and conditioning coach for Hockey Canada, and he helped Canada’s National Women’s
When Willie Mitchell returns to Port McNeill, British Columbia, with the Stanley Cup on August 12th, the small town on the northern tip of Vancouver Island is sure to erupt in jubilation. Hard Working Willie Mitchell will finally be bringing the Cup home.
Willie Mitchell is one of the best defensive defensemen in hockey. All it took was 719 NHL regular season games, 71 NHL postseason games, and stops in New Jersey, Minnesota, Dallas, Vancouver, and Los Angeles for most people to find out. Wherever he has