June 24th, 2016 In Fantasy, Florida Panthers, Panthers Management 0 comments

When the New York Rangers overpaid and got robbed traded for Keith Yandle at the trade deadline during the 2014-15 season, trading away defenseman John Moore, dynamic top prospect Anthony Duclair and two high draft picks, he was supposed to be the piece that took their offense over the top and all the way to the Stanley Cup. That didn't happen...

June 21st, 2016 In Ducks Management, Fantasy, Maple Leafs Management 0 comments

In what could be a preview of the days and weeks to come, Monday offered the hockey world a glimpse of the run-up to the draft and free agency. We had the first blockbuster trade of the offseason and two potentially impact players had their rights dealt to new teams with others presumed on the move before the first and last picks are announced in...

June 15th, 2016 In Commentary, Fantasy, Long Read 0 comments

In this follow up post to last week's Fantasy Hockey Stock Report dealing with the goalies and defensemen who best helped their causes for fantasy hockey next season, today we'll look at the forwards who best helped their cases this postseason. We saw some fantastic performances from some of the top forwards in the league in these playoffs, and...

March 27th, 2016 In Fantasy, Keeper Leagues, Weekly Pools 0 comments

Most teams are down to single digits when it comes to games remaining. Playoff positions are starting to lock up in the NHL and some fantasy leagues are already in the midst of their own playoff chaos. For other teams in those playoff leagues, it’s time for spring cleaning and emptying out the boxes in time to fill them back up for next...

March 21st, 2016 In Fantasy, Keeper Leagues, Weekly Pools 0 comments

With less than 10 games left, it is at the point in the season for many teams where wins become a necessity rather than a luxury. The same goes for all you poolies out there, who are competing in playoffs right now. It might be time to cut ties with that slacking vet on your squad, for a lesser-known player on a hotstreak. One goal could make all...

March 16th, 2016 In Fantasy, Keeper Leagues, Weekly Pools 0 comments

Another week in the books and teams are starting to lock up positioning in the standings - both in the NHL and most fantasy leagues. Most owners now know whether or not they have anything to fight for or if their season is coming to an early close. For those of you still in it, the deadline has passed and you may be looking to the wire to see...

March 12th, 2016 In Daily Pools, Fantasy 0 comments

In 2015, you would be hard pressed to find a more controversial topic in sports than Daily Fantasy Sports. DraftKings and FanDuel had been around for a few years prior to 2015, but it was their advertising blitzkrieg on NFL broadcasts that brought the sites to the masses. Now, copycat sites have been popping up trying to replicate the same...

March 9th, 2016 In Column, Fantasy, Keeper Leagues 0 comments

Fantasy Hockey Mailbag is a weekly column, answering your questions on any and all topics related to fantasy hockey. No question is too big or too small, so if you want advice or feedback, just ask away in the comments below. So, it looks like I was wrong about Lee Stempniak. Despite the fact he was leading the New Jersey Devils in...

March 9th, 2016 In Fantasy, Keeper Leagues, Top Stories, Weekly Pools 0 comments

With less than 20 games left, it is at the point in the season for many teams where wins become a necessity rather than a luxury. The same goes for all you fantasy poolies out there. With that 82nd game on the horizon, a strong performance over the next couple weeks may result in a playoff appearance, whereas an absence of production could result...

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