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2020 Fantasy Hockey Season Preview: Boston Bruins

The Boston Bruins forced Game 7 in the Stanley Cup Finals but fell one win short of the seventh Championship in franchise history.  The Bruins have made the playoffs in three straight seasons and have made ... Continue reading →

2020 Fantasy Hockey Season Preview: Arizona Coyotes

The Arizona Coyotes have missed the playoffs for the seventh straight season, but finished the year as one of the hottest teams and have something to build on heading into 2020.  General Manager John Chayka has ... Continue reading →

2020 Fantasy Hockey Season Preview: Anaheim Ducks

In 2018-19, the Anaheim Ducks missed the playoffs for the first time in seven years. This is likely the start of a rebuild for the 2007 Stanley Cup Champions. Corey Perry was bought out this offseason, ... Continue reading →

Early Fantasy Hockey Sleepers for 2019-20

Picking the right fantasy hockey sleepers can end up being the difference between you winning or losing your fantasy league. Sleepers are players that tend to get drafted much later than they should in fantasy ... Continue reading →

Stanley Cup Odds Update 08/28/19: Lightning, Leafs Lead Board

by OddsShark (@OddsShark) – Sponsored Post Arguably the biggest restricted free agent still on the market remains unsigned, yet the Toronto Maple Leafs are one of the favorites to win the Stanley Cup in 2020. The Maple ... Continue reading →

Fantasy Hockey Rookies to Watch in 2019-20

After Swedish youngster Elias Pettersson took the hockey world by storm in 2018-19, there are big expectations for the next crop of NHL rookies heading into 2019-20. Pettersson won the Calder Trophy in 2019 after a 66... Continue reading →

Potential rebounds and breakouts in the Pacific Division

Our friends over at Canucks Army did a deep dive into the Pacific Division to determine some potential sleepers and rebound players. Continue reading →

Fantasy Hockey Breakout Candidates for 2019-20

Every year in the NHL, there are players that have breakout seasons and end up making all the difference for fantasy hockey owners. These players that are usually well-known in the hockey world, but have ... Continue reading →

DailyFaceoff Podcast: Season 5, Episode 1 – Offseason Review

Brock, Dylan and Beebs take a look back at a busy summer in the NHL. They analyze all of the biggest trades and signings from the offseason and project new line combos and how the ... Continue reading →

Projecting the Top 50 in Points for 2020

Every year I roll out full projections for the Top 300 players as a part of the DailyFaceoff Draft Kit. Our Draft Kit will be offered for FREE again this year and will be posted across ... Continue reading →