Tuesday is the next busy day on the NHL schedule, with ten games on tap. Since all teams have played at least three games, we can finally see the early blueprints of our season.
Saturday is the busiest day of the season thus far, with all but two teams in action. A busy night means lots of choices, so let’s get right at it with the Pick Six.
The Pittsburgh Penguins are back to square one, now that Evgeni Malkin has joined Sidney Crosby on the sidelines once again. So what should fantasy owners do about Malkin? Ian Gooding has the answer in his latest Pick Six.
So what can we expect fantasy-wise from the Winnipeg Jets? In the Pick Six (which covers Sunday, Monday, and weekly picks), we’ll examine a couple Jets who will attract attention on Sunday.
Saturday has been hockey night for all of us as long as we can remember. So it seems fitting that this Saturday represents the first busy day of the season.
It’s officially go time in fantasy hockey leagues, which means it’s time for our first Pick Six of the season.
On Sunday evening, 16 of the greatest minds in fantasy hockey (or so we pretend to be) gathered in front of their computers for the first ever fantasyhockey.com/Kuklas Korner League fantasy hockey live draft.
The players that I’ve listed as busts aren’t necessarily players you shouldn’t draft (okay, but some of them are).
The difference between winning and losing a fantasy league lies in making savvy mid to late round picks whose production level matches that of earlier-round picks.
Many goalies are drafted in the early rounds of fantasy drafts, since top-notch starting goalies can be impossible to find on the waiver wire once the season starts.