Found November 12, 2011 on
New York Rangers
The goal today is to help your blue-line situation. We'll go shopping at the discount store; no one listed below is owned in more than 50 percent of Yahoo! leagues. To the supermarket.
Dmitry Kulikov (34 percent), Panthers: How can this guy be available in 66 percent of Yahoo! leagues? The slick-passing has 10 assists over is last nine games, and eventually he'll find the back of the net - there's nothing wrong with 28 shots over 15 starts. And the 21-year-old is no liability in his own end, with a steady plus-four rating. Kulikov is good today, and he could be a star tomorrow.
Dan Hamhuis (17 percent), Canucks: Okay Hammer, it's okay to hurt them. The steady vet has seven points and 12 penalty minutes over the last two weeks, and he's getting plenty of run on the power play (five man-advantage points, as part of the second Vancouver unit). There's not a monstrous upside to Hamhuis at this stage of his career, but he's definitely worth rostering in most f...
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Florida Panthers right wing Scottie Upshall will miss Sunday's game against the Philadelphia Flyers with an undisclosed injury.
Upshall left Thursday's contest versus the Winnipeg Jets in the first period.
The sixth overall pick of the 2002 draft, Upshall played in parts of three seasons with the Flyers. He has collected one goal, two assists and 23 penalty minutes this season.
The Flyers used their few days off to bond as a team by fishing and relaxing in the beautiful weather down in Florida before their game against the Panthers.
Consider the short vacation a success.
The Flyers defeated the Panthers 3-2 behind a solid performance by goaltender Ilya Bryzgalov. Danny Briere, Braydon Coburn, and Matt Read scored for the Flyers, who take on the Hurricanes...
After a thrilling win in chilly Winnipeg, Manitoba, the night before, Panthers winger Jack Skille posted on Twitter how nice it was to be back in sunny South Florida.
With the addition of Brian Campbell and Ed Jovanovski, the Panthers expected a little more offensive output from their defensemen this season.
The Panthers played the role of gracious hosts again, as the Flyers came to town early for some rest and relaxation, and then defeated Florida.
Kris Versteeg wasn't a perfect fit after the Philadelphia Flyers traded for him during last season's stretch run.
The Florida Panthers, though, couldn't be happier with how the left wing has meshed with his new teammates after acquiring him from the Flyers.
Coming off his first career hat trick, Versteeg looks to help the Panthers post their first seven-game point streak...
The Florida Panthers will try to record their first three- game winning streak since January when they host the Philadelphia Flyers for today's battle at BankAtlantic Center.