A move to Broadway shouldn’t hurt Bryan McCabe’s fantasy value. So what about some other players who may be affected, especially back in Florida for the rebuilding Panthers? Ian Gooding provides his take on the trade as he looks ahead to Monday’s trade deadline.
Fantasyhockey.com was represented at the recent Heritage Classic, as our very own Steven Bigg was in attendance for the festivities. If you’ve never been to an outdoor game before, you’ll want to read about his experience along with a few local Calgary jokes.
The trades just keep on comin’, as Monday saw another significant trade go down. Fantasyhockey.com’s very own Dallas Stars expert Garrett Rees gives us his real-life and fantasy take on the latest deal.
Is it time to drop Sidney Crosby, since he has been sidelined for over a month and his concussion situation hasn’t improved? Content editor Ian Gooding answers that question for one reader.
A middle-of-the-night trade on Friday saw a former first overall pick get swapped for an expensive return. Ian Gooding provides the fantasy take on what was perhaps the biggest trade of the season.
On Friday, a total of six trades were made, some involving some significant names in fantasy leagues. Ian Gooding scrambled to provide the fallout of what was a furious Friday.
Dustin Byfuglien has turned this year’s success into a five-year contract extension with the Thrashers. But was he the best late-round pick in fantasy drafts this season? Content editor Ian Gooding answers that question for one reader.
After three years, Peter Forsberg makes his long-awaited return to the NHL on Friday against Columbus. Is he still worth adding in fantasy leagues? If so, how should those owners handle with such a lengthy injury history?
As if playing without Sidney Crosby wasn’t enough, as the Penguins will now have to adjust to life without Evgeni Malkin for the remainder of the season after he suffered a torn ACL and MCL during Friday’s game. Ian Gooding describes the fantasy impact of what is a significant injury to many fantasy teams.
Does having one offensive-minded defenseman on a team cut into the value of another? Ian Gooding puts that theory to the test in a follow up to his recent keeper league article.