Which RFAs are worth the fantasy risk?

With so many NHL RFAs still looking for contracts, it’s fair to wonder how that would affect your fantasy hockey strategy. Guys like @Matthew Tkachuk, @Mikko Rantanen, and @Patrik Laine are all expected to ... Continue reading →

NHL Playoffs Odds: Lightning Leading on Betting Prop

by OddsShark (@OddsShark) – Sponsored Post The Tampa Bay Lightning became the latest winner of the Presidents’ Trophy not to win the Stanley Cup last season, but their disappointing finish to the 2018/19 campaign was magnified because ... Continue reading →

2020 Fantasy Hockey Season Preview: St. Louis Blues

The St. Louis Blues 2018-19 season was the story of one of the most remarkable turnarounds in NHL history. The eventual Stanley Cup champs were last place in the entire league at the turn of ... Continue reading →

2020 Fantasy Hockey Season Preview: San Jose Sharks

The San Jose Sharks 2018-19 season was one we’ve seen before, as the team rolled through the regular season with a 46-27-9 record. The Sharks seem poised to shake their label of regular ... Continue reading →

2020 DailyFaceoff Fantasy Hockey Draft Kit

The 2019-20 Fantasy Hockey Season is upon us! To make sure that you are as ready as possible for your draft, our 6th Annual Fantasy Hockey Draft Kit is as immense as ever! The best ... Continue reading →

DailyFaceoff Podcast: Season 5, Episode 5 – Fantasy Hockey Defensemen Preview

Brock and Dylan talk about all things defensemen without Beebs. Brock and D take a look at their respective top-10 defensemen and breakdown who will breakout and who will be sleeper/bust defensemen in 2020. Be ... Continue reading →

2020 Fantasy Hockey Tiers: Left Wings (1-5)

At first glance, you might think there are a lot of high-end left-wingers but the bottom falls out pretty quickly. There are some incredible goal-scorers at the position, with at least five players who could ... Continue reading →

2020 Fantasy Hockey Season Preview: Pittsburgh Penguins

By their standards, the @Pittsburgh Penguins had a disappointing 2018-19 season. They finished the regular season third in the Metropolitan Division with a 44-26-12 record before being swept by the Islanders in the first ... Continue reading →

2020 Fantasy Hockey Tiers: Centres (6-9)

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 ... Continue reading →

2020 Fantasy Hockey Season Preview: Philadelphia Flyers

Coming off a disappointing 82-point effort last season, the Philadelphia Flyers are poised to bounce back in 2019-20. While the defense remains a concern, Philadelphia did an admirable job of solidifying their attack in the ... Continue reading →