Tag Archive | "jonathan toews"

2020 Fantasy Hockey Tiers: Centres (6-9)

Monday, September 16, 2019

0 Comments

Breaking positions into tiers makes it a little easier to navigate through your fantasy draft. It ensures you are not reaching on players at certain positions, in this case; centres. I have already ranked the top-20 into five tiers and now it’s time to take a look at Tiers 6-9. Tier 6 21. @Jonathan Toews…

Continue reading...

2020 Fantasy Hockey Season Preview: Chicago Blackhawks

Tuesday, September 3, 2019

0 Comments

The 2018-19 Chicago Blackhawks were an offensive powerhouse with little to no regard for playing defense, finishing the season eighth in goals for but 30th in goals against. Only the Ottawa Senators surrendered more than Chicago’s 3.55 goals per game. Their fast and high-octane style of play certainly catered to the team’s strength. Chicago’s star-studded group of…

Continue reading...

2018-19 Season Preview: Chicago Blackhawks

Friday, September 28, 2018

0 Comments

After a 50-win campaign in 2016-17, the Chicago Blackhawks struggled to a 33-39-10 record last season, ending a streak of nine-straight playoff appearances. Their aging core took a step back in terms of production last year, with the notable exception of Patrick Kane. Jonathan Toews, Duncan Keith, and Brent Seabrook all posted their lowest 82-game…

Continue reading...

Ranking Fantasy Hockey Centres by Tiers (1-5)

Wednesday, August 29, 2018

0 Comments

The 2019 Fantasy Hockey season is rapidly approaching and you know this because everyone is doing their Fantasy Football Drafts, and hockey is not too far behind.  Over the course of the next five weeks, we will be turning out a bunch of posts to help you prepare yourself for the 2019 Fantasy season. Our…

Continue reading...

Line Matching – October 10th

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

0 Comments

After covering the basics of line matching in yesterday’s article, it’s time to look at tonight’s 7-game slate and the possible opportunities to find an edge. New York Rangers vs. St. Louis Blues – NYR1 (Kreider–Zibanejad–Buchnevich) has mostly matched up 5v5 vs. the top opposition line at home, and got destroyed puck possession wise against…

Continue reading...

2017-18 Season Preview: Chicago Blackhawks

Monday, September 11, 2017

0 Comments

Following a six-year stretch in which the Blackhawks won three Stanley Cups, Chicago has been eliminated in the first-round in each of the last two seasons. The Blackhawks finished the with third best record in the NHL last season, winning the Central Division for the second time in five years. Following the first-round exit and…

Continue reading...

2017-18 Draft Kit: Old Faces in New Places (Part 1)

Wednesday, August 30, 2017

0 Comments

This summer there were changes abound and a lot of the player movement will have a huge impact on the fantasy hockey landscape for the 2017-18 season. In this two-part series we will take a look at 15 players who will be suiting up in new uniforms this fall and what to expect from them with their…

Continue reading...

DailyFaceoff DFS Value Plays – February 10th

Friday, February 10, 2017

0 Comments

There are only two games tonight and typically when there are very few games, I like to give you folks my favourite value plays of the night. I get a lot of help from our friends at SaberSim when I do these for you and you should start your FREE 7-day Trial right now because their lineup…

Continue reading...

2016-17 NHL Season Preview: Chicago Blackhawks

Tuesday, September 20, 2016

0 Comments

We are 22 days away from the start of the NHL season. The scheduling of your Fantasy Hockey drafts have begun. The DraftKit is on sale and it is time to start previewing the 2016-17 NHL season. I will be previewing two teams every day and each preview will consist of: Projected Line Combinations, a breakdown of each team’s…

Continue reading...

Playoff Preview: Blues vs. Blackhawks | Game 2

Friday, April 15, 2016

0 Comments

There is always talk about the NHL wanting to increase scoring, but there is something about a 0-0 overtime game in the playoffs that is crazy exciting. Despite not scoring at all, Game 1 did not lack excitement. There was back and fourth action all game long, but both Corey Crawford and Brian Elliott stood…

Continue reading...