PACIFIC WAR ROOM

Nation World HQ
November 08 2014 08:30AM

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Once per week, the fine folks at the Royal Half scrape together opinions and theories from bloggers from around the Pacific Division to wrap up the week that was featuring the Oilers, Flames and Canucks. Without further adieu, we present the Pacific War Room. Enjoy.

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The Fantasy Minute

Nation World HQ
November 08 2014 07:30AM


NHL Fantasy Hockey tips from The Nation Network and DailyFaceoff.com. Here’s a quick run through of the best Fantasy Hockey waiver adds, sleepers and buy-low sell-high candidates for the week (Based on 12 team leagues).

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Prospect TV Schedule Rundown

Ryan Pike
November 07 2014 09:22AM

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The Flames are off again today. Now, while we've seen the hometown hockey heroes on the television all season, unless you live in a particular area of the continent it's unlikely that you've seen the Flames prospects play very much.

Thanks to TV, that's about to change. Sportsnet (and Shaw) have a glut of junior games that are coming up on the docket, while the NCAA will soon be broadcast on TSN 2 (as the other sports network tries to remain relevant to hockey fans...and justify starting up another 57 channel feeds).

Here's a quick glance at what teams you can see on TV for your PVR pleasure. [We briefly mentioned NCAA games before, but now the Sportsnet games have been announced, so we have a better picture of what's what now.]

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The Roundup

Nation World HQ
November 07 2014 07:30AM

Carter Ashton suspended 20 games, Oilers and Flames moving in opposite directions, Canucks sustaining success, prospects, porn and more in this weeks Roundup


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POST GAME: Paquette In Boys

Taylor McKee
November 06 2014 08:12PM

Oh well, That streak was fun. 

In what was a pretty entertaining game, the Flames simply ran out of magic against a far-superior Lightning team. The Lightning beat the Flames 5-2 though for the first two periods, the Flames were able to keep things relatively close. 

The wheels fell off in a nightmareish third period for the Flames who committed too many turnovers, allowed too many breakaways, and benched too many Sven Baertschis. 

Read all about it after the jump!

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