We did go far and wide in our searches. The goal was not just to find women who were involved in fantasy hockey but women that were at various levels. After all, variety is the best spice in life.
When researching for this series, we stumbled upon several potential people that we could ask questions. One happened to be Tracy and her posts for the Los Angeles Kings revealed a love for fantasy hockey. It made sense naturally to interview her of course. She was gracious enough to answer my questions and though this is short and sweet, the answers are frank and honest.
This was our first Q&A and here are Tracy’s answers below. The goal is to provide awareness but more importantly honesty in a growing segment of the fantasy hockey population. These are our ten questions.
1. What level of fantasy player best describes you?
3. What was the hardest thing you had to learn about fantasy hockey?
4. Were you more concerned with how the competition would adapt to you or you to the competition?
experience this year?
woman well in competitive situations?
fantasy hockey league?