With the other side of the All-Star break signaling the stretch run, roster decisions become that more important for fantasy teams who have an eye toward a league championship.
There is probably no better time than the All-Star break to assess the situation of your fantasy team. That is what I intend to do while I provide my midterm report for the fantasyhockey.com/Kukla’s Korner League midterm results.
With 2011 nearing a close, Ian Gooding lists the top players from each of his fantasy hockey teams. It goes without saying that all six of these players should be in your starting lineup whenever they play.
So how does the health of Sidney Crosby affect his fantasy value this season? What about for future seasons? Ian answers a question from a reader who was recently offered Sid the Kid in a keeper league trade.
So what does Boxing Day have to do with fantasy hockey? Just as you might search for items selling at less than full market value, you should always also be doing the same for your fantasy hockey team.
Christmas Eve and Christmas Day promise us presents, great food, time with family – but no NHL hockey. For fantasy owners, that means that the current week shuts down early and that results from Thursday and Friday become that more important.
Hopefully you didn’t use a high fantasy draft pick on Chris Pronger this season. What does his season-ending injury mean in fantasy leagues? Find out in the Saturday Pick Six.
Is Steve Mason a worthwhile fantasy option once again? Mason and one other Blue Jacket are included in Thursday’s Pick Six.
If Sidney Crosby and Claude Giroux aren’t available on Tuesday, then who should you start on a night in which 24 teams are in action? Find out in the Pick Six.
So does all the cynicism and doubt about a player who has been in four different NHL organizations in 2011 mean that he is a player that you should ignore in fantasy leagues? Let’s discuss the road ahead for Tomas Kaberle.