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Interview: Bernie Nicholls

March 20, 2018 | by RotoRob | Comments Comments Off
Bernie Nicholls had a nice playoff run with the New Jersey Devils in 1993-94.
Bernie Nicholls (centre) scored twice in Game Five of the 1993-94 Eastern Conference Final.

We recently had the opportunity to talk to former NHL star Bernie Nicholls, who scored 1,209 points in 1,127 career games over 17 seasons with six different teams, mostly with the Los Angeles Kings.

Nicholls recently got involved with The Global Finance Sports Financial Exchange, a stock market powered by blockchain technology that, instead of selling shares in companies, allows investors the opportunity to buy “shares” of professional sports teams. Stock prices fluctuate based on wins/losses, draft picks and trades.

The company is headed by actor Zack Ward of A Christmas Story fame.

Nicholls told us all about the business and shared with us plenty of juicy details about his playing career. Among the highlights of our discussion:

  • How investors can use their sports knowledge to make money in this stock market;
  • Nicholls says you’ll get just as much excitement using their platform as you will gambling on games or playing Fantasy sports;
  • What was different during his historic 70-goal, 150-point season;
  • How many talented players he was fortunate enough to play with over his career, including the criminally underrated Scott Niedermayer;
  • His pet peeves in today’s game such as the little elbows to the head or cheap shots from behind; and
  • His picks for this season’s Stanley Cup champ, including his sleeper pick — the Kings.

To hear interview in its entirety, simply click here.

Now it’s your turn. Let us know in the comments below what your favourite memory of Bernie Nicholls’ career was.

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The Wire Troll: Nate Schmidt Getting Tons of PT for Golden Knights

November 3, 2017 | by RotoRob | Comments Comments Off
Beagle is deep league fodder only, but with a goal, two assists and a +2 rating over the last four games, the veteran is starting to make noise. Where he can really help you, though, is in leagues that track faceoff wins. Beagle is currently tied for second in the NHL with a 62.1 per cent success rate on draws, racking up 105 wins to date. He’s mostly known for his defensive play, but while he’s contributing a bit to the attack, he’s worth a look.
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Bookmakers Lengthen the Odds on the Kings Being Crowned

October 26, 2017 | by John Mitchell | Comments Comments Off
Following the loss to Toronto, they have lengthened to around 15-to-1 again. But with plenty of time for all sorts of twists and turns, does that represent the most shrewd wager?
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The Wire Troll: Jaroslav Halak Hoarding Islander Crease

October 22, 2017 | by RotoRob | Comments Comments Off
With multi-point efforts in three of his last four games, Pominville is off to a great start in his return to Buffalo, ranking 11th in scoring in the NHL. He enjoyed a nice bounce-back effort last year with 34 assists, but the way things are going early on, he’s on pace to threaten his career-best of 53 helpers set way back in 2007-08. Now a true leader on the young Sabres, he’s getting more minutes, so jump on him while you can as he won’t last long on the wire.
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The Wire Troll: Dustin Brown Turns Back the Clock

October 14, 2017 | by RotoRob | Comments Comments Off
Has Yakupov finally found a team for which he can live up to his first overall pick status? After seemingly bottoming out in his last season in Edmonton (.115 Corsi relative QoC, after .481 the season before), he sucked even more in his only season with the Blues, mustering fewer shots than games played. However, Yakupov seems revitalized in the early going with the Avalanche, ripping three goals and an assist in the last two games, and five points in four games overall. Get him on your team while you can, because something tells us he won’t last long on the wire.
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