Skip to main content

Posts

Showing posts from September, 2019

Fantasy Hockey: players to avoid

Anze Kopitar Anze Kopitar had a subpar year on his standard last season putting up only 22 G and 60 pts along with 19 PPP but he was also a -20 Kopitar is ranked 122nd overall, ahead of players like Evander Kane, Kyle Palmieri, William Karlsson, Dylan Strome, Max Domi, TJ Oshie, Anthony Mantha The Kings aren't expected to be very good this season, so i would avoid any LA Kings players including Kopitar Jaden Schwartz Jaden Schwartz is a player who plays better in the playoffs than in the regular season Schwartz had an up and down year last season as he put up just 11G 36 pts along with 5 PPP Jaden Schwartz is ranked 166th overall, ahead of players like Ryan Getzlaf, Nino Neiderreiter, Zach Parise, Nikolaj Ehlers, Alex Galchenyuk Schwartz is player who will get around 50 points a season, but you can get a player like that much later in the draft Sam Reinhart Sam Reinhart would have solid fantasy value if he were playing with Jack Eichel however there is a chance th

Fantasy Hockey: Breakout Players and Sleepers

Breakout Players Nico Hishier Nico Hishier is a great two way center but hasn't put up eye popping stats thus far in his career. With all the attention surround Taylor Hall, Jack Hughes and PK Subban, Nico Hishier becomes the forgotten player. Now entering his third season in the league, Hishier is due for a breakout playing alongside Taylor Hall and Kyle Palmieri. You can expect Hishier to get around 60-70 points this season. Andrei Svechnikov Andrei Svechnikov went through some growing pains in his rookie year but make now mistake about it, he is a special player. Svechnikov is expected to play on the Hurricanes 2nd line with Jordan Staal and Ryan Dzingel and the Canes 1st pp unit. I expect Svechnikov to score at least 20 goals this season and have more than 200 SOG. Kevin Lebanc With the departure of Joe Pavelski, Lebanc be playing the Sharks 1st line with Logan Couture and Timo Meier, he will also be playing the Sharks 1st pp unit. Lebanc only signed a 1 yr deal d

Fantasy Hockey Draft Advice

Drafting in Fantasy Hockey is quite easy if you are prepared for the draft. Thats why you should do as many mock drafts as possible before your actual draft to practice your draft strategy. Before the Draft, it is always a good thing to Pre-rank your players. You should pre-rank your plays in case you can't make the draft or something goes wrong with your computer. The most important thing to know about drafting in fantasy hockey is to know the scoring format you league uses. There are 3 main scoring formats, Head to head, Rotisserie, Points leagues. Your Draft strategies will vary depending on your leagues scoring format and the number of players you need to draft If you are drafting in a 16 or 20 team league, your draft strategy will differ than if your in a 10 or 12 team league First you need to be aware of the positional needs for your league. For example if your league requires 4 C, 3 LW, 3 RW, 2 W, 1 Util, 6 D, 2 G, 4 BN, you should draft a center with your 1st r