Season Long Fantasy

Find advice posts for season-long Fantasy Hockey Leagues. From Sleepers and rookies in the preseason to Waiver-wire pickup and buy-low/sell-high candidates during the year, you will find everything you need to take your team from Draft Day success to Fantasy Hockey Champion.

2017-18 Season Preview: New York Rangers

In 2016-17, the New York Rangers recorded 100-plus points for the third consecutive season an made the playoffs for the seventh straight year. Despite another successful regular season, the Rangers stumbled yet again in the ... Continue reading →

2017-18 Season Preview: New York Islanders

One year after reaching the 100-point plateau for the second straight season, the New York Islanders found themselves out of the playoffs in 2016-17, but the future still remains bright in Brooklyn. There are a ... Continue reading →

What The ADP!? – Players Going Later Than They Should (Part 2)

Training camp is in full swing, players are getting cut left and right and Fantasy Hockey drafts are winding up. It’s still a little too early to put a tonne of stock in Yahoo’... Continue reading →

2017-18 Season Preview: New Jersey Devils

In 2011-12, the New Jersey Devils shockingly made the Stanley Cup Final and have missed the playoffs in the five seasons since. Over that stretch, the Devils have the fourth worst record in the NHL ... Continue reading →

What The ADP!? – Players Going Later Than They Should (Part 1)

Training camp is in full swing, players are getting cut left and right and Fantasy Hockey drafts are winding up. It’s still a little too early to put a tonne of stock in Yahoo’... Continue reading →

2017-18 Season Preview: Nashville Predators

Following an offseason in which they acquired P.K. Subban from the Montreal Canadiens, the Nashville Predators entered the 2016-17 season with extremely high expectations. About mid-way through the season, the Predators sat at a ... Continue reading →

2017-18 Season Preview: Montreal Canadiens

Following a disappointing 2015-16 season in which the Montreal Canadiens missed the playoffs thanks to an early-season Carey Price injury, Montreal found themselves back atop the Atlantic Division last season, only to be bounced in ... Continue reading →

2017-18 Season Preview: Minnesota Wild

During the 2016-17 season the Minnesota Wild set a franchise record with 49 wins and 106 points, but got eliminated in the first round of the playoffs for the second straight year. The Wild have made the ... Continue reading →

2017-18 Season Preview: Los Angeles Kings

How the mighty have fallen. The Los Angeles Kings won the Stanley Cup in 2012 and 2014 but have missed the playoffs in two of the last three seasons. Their 2016-17 season was derailed early-on when goaltender ... Continue reading →

2017-18 Season Preview: Florida Panthers

A year after recording a franchise-best 47 wins and 103 points, the Florida Panthers found themselves back out of the playoffs for the fourth time in five seasons. The Panthers struggled because they battled injuries from the ... Continue reading →