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by Darryl Dobbs - March 5, 2011 10:05 AM EST
Surprisingly, the New York Islanders have been finding the back of the net - and it just might be an indication of things to come.
You may have noticed something subtle in your fantasy hockey league. That team that has crept up the standings over the past month, well, that team's owner has several Islanders.
by Darryl Dobbs - March 1, 2011 3:35 PM EST
Our fantasy expert weighs in on whose fantasy value rises and whose falls following the trade deadline.
Another busy trade deadline in the hockey world - though still less busy than usual - and some of the players who changed locations will see an increase/decrease in fantasy value.
by Darryl Dobbs - February 26, 2011 9:48 AM EST
The Senators' Bobby Butler has become a fantasy-worthy player by stepping up after Mike Fisher was dealt to Nashville.
The fire sale in Ottawa is allowing us poolies to get a good look at some of the younger players in the organization and a better feel for what they can do on the scoresheet.
by Darryl Dobbs - February 19, 2011 1:13 PM EST
Our fantasy expert tells you what to expect from a number of the players who were traded Friday.
Deadline Day 2011 has come and gone, which makes now the perfect time to – what’s that? Deadline Day is still more than a week away? What the… Well…regardless.
by Darryl Dobbs - February 15, 2011 11:57 AM EST
Smaller players usually either make it or break it big in the NHL, so you should start taking notice of David Desharnais.
You see it all the time in the NHL. A player doesn’t get drafted because of his small stature, or if he is drafted it’s during the late rounds.
by Darryl Dobbs - February 12, 2011 10:45 AM EST
Our fantasy expert breaks down a couple of the recent trades with analysis on how they should affect your pool.
Several big trades have gone down this week and each one of them will have an impact in your fantasy hockey league. This is how you should play it.
by Darryl Dobbs - February 8, 2011 1:40 PM EST
How to manage the Leafs sniper in your pool; pick or pass on Forsberg?; Byfuglien needs Enstrom back; and more.
It’s not just Leaf fans who are starting to get a little restless about the modest - to put it nicely - numbers of Phil Kessel. Fantasy owners are in the same boat as well.
by Darryl Dobbs - February 1, 2011 12:11 PM EST
With a few injured Red Wings returning to the lineup, did Jiri Hudler produce enough in their absence to keep a top-six spot?
Two weeks ago I opined Jiri Hudler received a gift on a silver platter when the Wings lost Tomas Holmstrom, Pavel Datsyuk and Dan Cleary to injury.
by Darryl Dobbs - January 29, 2011 10:35 AM EST
The all-star break gives injured players a chance to rest and streaky players a chance to collect themselves.
Everyone loves having five days off. It’s a chance to take a deep breath, walk away from the job and not just relax your body, but push all thoughts of work out of your mind.
by Darryl Dobbs - January 25, 2011 12:55 PM EST
If you want Jamie Benn, it's too late to get him for a bargain price; pick up Michael Grabner; how to handle Forsberg; and more.
Dallas sophomore winger Jamie Benn has been a highly sought after commodity in keeper leagues for a couple years now, so it’s almost certainly too late to acquire him for a discounted “young-up-and-comer” price.
by Darryl Dobbs - January 22, 2011 10:55 AM EST
An opportunity has been made for these two small players and poolies would be wise to take notice.
With his brief, but impressive appearance late last season, Tyler Ennis was expected to take a run at the Calder Trophy this campaign - at least in fantasy circles.
by Darryl Dobbs - January 18, 2011 11:55 AM EST
As a few Detroit players went down with injuries, others stepped up; Jokinen producing again; and New York's new line.
Red Wings are dropping like flies and it’s been interesting to see how the dynamic of the team shifts when so many key components go down with injury.
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