Vancouver Canucks forward Andrei Kuzmenko (96) and forward Elias Pettersson (40) celebrate Kuzmenko's goal against the Chicago Blackhawks in the first period at Rogers Arena
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Fantasy Hockey

Fantasy Hockey Season Primer: The Pacific Division

It wasn’t long ago that you could confidently look at the Pacific Division and think it was the weakest in the NHL. Hell, you could have probably said it 12 months ago and felt good about it. Today? It might be considered the strongest division in the league. If not, it’s certainly the one with the most intrigue. 

Among the eight teams, there are superstar forwards, elite defenders, and a top-notch goaltender or two. There are exciting rookies, bounce-back candidates, and regression specials. So let us dive in!

Anaheim Ducks

The Ducks are a team on the… hold. Despite the cash they threw around in Free Agency last summer, they are not ready to realistically move up the standings in a meaningful way. This means the youngsters will continue to be given plentiful opportunities and can find their

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