As a follow up to my previous article on CBS Fantasy Hockey Draft Strategy, I wanted to come back with a breakdown of how you should approach drafting in a standard head-to-head Yahoo league. Unfortunately, Yahoo has discontinued the Pro Leagues (probably due to their refusal to move off the rotisserie format).
Many of the principals are the same as CBS (and any league for that matter), so if yo... Read More »
With just over a week before the first puck drops, we're entering prime time for fantasy hockey drafts. If you're like me and play on various sites, it's easy to forget the rules and nuances of each league. Blindly drafting without regard to the rules can be fatal. Even if you're Biff Tannen and you know exactly how many points each player will score next season, it's no guarantee for fantasy... Read More »
Part 2 of our look at where you can go wrong by drafting purely off a magazine draft list continues with our underrated players. (Part 1 called out those over-rated players).
[b]Nathan MacKinnon[/b] (Yahoo:25 / landsharkhockey:9)
If you trust Yahoo, you're missing the boat. MacKinnon will dominate for the next decade.
[b]Anze Kopitar[/b] (THN:29 / landsharkhockey:12)
Ko... Read More »
For the average fantasy hockey player, draft preparation consists of purchasing a magazine, turning to the last page and cracking open a beer 10 minutes before draft time. They may pull up an injury report while they're waiting for that last guy to drop off his kids and show up 10 minutes late for the draft. For those who put their fate entirely in the hands of the experts, you will undoubtedly... Read More »
As a follow up to my previous article on CBS Fantasy Hockey Draft Strategy, I wanted to come back with a breakdown of how you should approach drafting in a standard head-to-head Yahoo league. Many of the principals are the same as CBS (and any league for that matter).
For now, Ill focus on the specific things you need to know for Yahoo Fantasy Hockey leagues in order to draft a winning team.... Read More »