One more day! One more day! This is my last writing post until the season starts besides including streamers in tomorrow’s podcast. Can’t wait. Let’s put a bow on things by looking at the prospects from the three non-playoff teams in the Pacific Division along with the expansion Golden Knights:Please, blog, may I have some more?
It’s finally opening week! The season starts Wednesday and I can not wait. I am going to set up some RCL’s later today that draft tonight and Tuesday night so if you haven’t joined a league yet, do so here. To wrap up my team previews, I’m going to look at the prospects in the Pacific Division. Let’s get right to it!Please, blog, may I have some more?
No need for an introduction here, the title says it all. For those who want commentary, use the rankings tab above. For guys who are outside of the top 200 (some are moving in), use this link. Here is my top 200 in one big list:Please, blog, may I have some more?
Hey everyone! With the season fast approaching, I’m going to put the team previews to the side and instead focus on the prospects. You can find my rankings under the banner at the top of the page and I’ll have an updated top 200 on one page up on Wednesday morning. I’m going to cover the rest of the Central Division in this post and then have an entire post on Pacific Division prospects later in the week. Let’s go team by team looking at their top few prospects and their fantasy potential:Please, blog, may I have some more?
Hey everyone! Instead of simply relisting all of my top 200, I’m going to go through the guys who are moving up or down my rankings in a significant fashion, be it for injury or otherwise. If people want me to post an updated top 200 list, I can do that for Monday, but it would simply be a list without details. This post is to give you details on these movements so to follow along, here are my Top 50, Top 100, Top 150, and Top 200. I will continually update this post until the start of the season to keep everything up to date. Here are the latest movers:Please, blog, may I have some more?
It’s Reid’s favorite episode when he gets to tear apart my rankings! We start off recapping all of the latest news, notably Anaheim and Ottawa, two Conference Finalists from a year ago, already being gutted by injuries. After that, the new rule changes are discussed and if there is any impact in fantasy. Then Reid gets his turn bringing up his biggest qualms with my rankings and I get to defend myself. At least he said I don’t have anything as crazy as some of ESPN’s rankings! All of that and more in the latest edition of the Razzball Hockey Podcast brought to you by League Safe!
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Once you get outside of the top 200 overall, you’re looking at the last 2-3 picks in a standard 12 man league. There are a few different ways you can go about making your last few picks. You can shoot for upside, get a couple safe players if you already have plenty of upside, fill out your last couple defensemen, grab a goalie out of desperation. I’m going to list a bunch of players in different categories that fall outside of my top 200 that you can target depending on what you’re looking for. I’m not going to go into detail on these guys but I will put them in my order of preference. Here is my list:Please, blog, may I have some more?
SMASHVILLE brought itself onto the national scene making a run to the Stanley Cup Finals despite finishing 4th in the division. They were a couple questionable calls away from potentially winning a Cup in their first trip in franchise history. I’m not upset about it or anything, I only bet them to win the Cup in the preseason last year :/ Anyways, most of their team is back with a couple supplementary additions to help make another deep run. Let’s take a look at what Peter Laviolette has to work with:Please, blog, may I have some more?
It’s the final countdown! This will close out my rankings following my Top 50, Top 100 and Top 150 posts. After the Top 200, there will be a revised list coming out later in the week updating for injuries and other moves and a separate post about some players I would target with my last pick or two. Let’s get right to it!Please, blog, may I have some more?
The St. Louis Blues had quite the roller coaster ride of a season in 2016-17. They started off slowly before rallying to the point where playoffs were a certainty. That didn’t stop Doug Armstrong from shipping out Kevin Shattenkirk at the deadline after they couldn’t agree to a contract extension. Despite the loss of Shattenkirk and Robby Fabbri to a torn ACL, the Blues upset the Wild in the first round of the playoffs before losing to the Predators in round 2. There are some questions on the blue line and in net but their forward group, if healthy, has incredible depth plus elite talent. Let’s take a look at what Mike Yeo has to work with:Please, blog, may I have some more?