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2020 Fantasy Hockey Season Preview: Philadelphia Flyers

Monday, September 16, 2019

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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 off-season. Of course, a team is only as good as its goaltender. If they plan on making the playoffs, the…

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Ranking Fantasy Hockey Centres by Tiers (6-9)

Thursday, August 30, 2018

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On Wednesday, I broke my top 23 centres down into five tiers and below you will find the remaining top 50 centres into four more tiers.  Tier 6 Logan Couture (SJS), William Karlsson (VGK), Brayden Schenn (STL), Dylan Larkin (DET), Ryan Johansen (NSH), Sean Couturier (PHI), Eric Staal (MIN)  This tier is loaded with 2018…

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NHL Mock Draft 2018: No.19 — Isac Lundeström

Thursday, June 14, 2018

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This is the Philadelphia Flyers second pick in the first round—their own pick after finishing third in the Metropolitan Division and losing to the Pittsburgh Penguins in the first-round of the playoffs.  Their first pick in the first-round (No.14 overall) was mocked to take left-winger Joel Farabee. As I mentioned in that post, the Flyers…

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Legit or Not-Legit – Fantasy Rookie Edition

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

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In the early weeks of October 2016 Pavel Buchenevich took the Fantasy world by storm. The year before it was Oscar Lindberg, and for both players; within a month they were among the most dropped players league wide. There is always a rookie or unknown name who comes flying out of the gate and gains…

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Ready Rookies: 1st Year Players Who Will Make a Fantasy Impact

Saturday, September 30, 2017

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Every year there is a new crop of rookies getting ready to break into the NHL and fans get excited about their new young talent and hope that they can transform their franchise. Not every first-year player is a Connor McDavid or an Auston Matthews, but every year there are at least a handful of…

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