Reid and I are back once again from a location with suitable hockey weather (Note: not Carolina). As always, we start things off with an injury rundown before we change things up a bit. There wasn’t too much that happened over the weekend with a lasting fantasy impact so we decide to have a fantasy awards show! We look at a bunch of topics ranging from MVP’s at each position, the best value picks, the best waiver wire adds, the LVP’s and players who provided nice streaming value throughout the way. At Razzball, we even acknowledge the little guy! After that, we close things out with the Three Point Challenge. All of that and more in the latest edition of the Razzball Hockey Podcast!Please, blog, may I have some more?
Reid joins me once again to discuss the last few nights of hockey. We open things up with a big Razzball announcement; a meeting at spring training of the writers and readers! I give the current details to that; I’ll be sure to update when I have then. Then we thoroughly recap all of the games on Monday and Tuesday. Highlights include the Penguins massacre of the Coyotes, the amazing story of Derek Ryan and the wild 8-6 affair in Carolina. From there, we preview all of the games on Thursday including some bargain basement plays for DFS and our Three Point Challenge Picks. All of that and more on the latest edition of the Razzball Hockey Podcast brought to you by Seatgeek, No Halftime and FanPicks!Please, blog, may I have some more?
And we’re back! As always, Reid joins me to take a look at what’s developed around the league the last couple nights. We start off with a talk about the Thursday games we are looking forward, focusing mostly on the Jets, before doing our usual injury rundown. After that, we get to recaps of the last two nights with Pittsburgh’s crazy 8-5 win over the Senators on Monday getting the focus before we touch on every game on Tuesday night. We conclude with more discussion of Thursday night’s games including our Three Point Challenge picks. All of that and more in the latest edition of the Razzball Hockey Podcast!Please, blog, may I have some more?
Reid and I are back and as always, we open by starting with the newest injuries around the league. Sadly, there were a bunch of them, including to Corey Crawford and Alex Galchenyuk. Johnny Gaudreau and Taylor Hall returned over the weekend so we break down the impact for both the Flames and the Devils respectively. Next, goalies become the focal point with Steve Mason, Mike Smith and Chad Johnson all on fire. After that, we both rank a set of players who have played their way into must-own status. Things wrap up with Reid and I picking players for both No Halftime and The Three Point Challenge. Be sure to join No Halftime with our promo code and to post your Three Point Challenge pick in the Razzball comments section. All of that and more on the latest edition of the Razzball Hockey Podcast!Please, blog, may I have some more?
There’s a bunch of excitement in these parts! Reid and I are back once again and this time, we’re back with a sponsor! No Halftime, a daily fantasy sports app that baseball listeners should know, teams up with Razzball once again. More details on that in the podcast; you can find their website to take a closer look at things here. As always, we run through the latest injury news before we look at some recent developments. Some of those include the Sabres PP with Jack Eichel back, Columbus exploding again, Anthony Mantha showing his upside and John Klingberg scratched yet again. We follow that up with a segment about players who are back in form, most notably Mike Hoffman. To wrap things up, I talk about No Halftime and what they’re doing for us Razzballers before closing things with The Three Point Challenge. All of that and more in the newest edition of the Razzball Hockey Podcast!Please, blog, may I have some more?
Happy Thanksgiving to everyone! Reid and I back with a Black Friday podcast (recorded on Wednesday). Hopefully everyone has the day off to enjoy some hockey! We each talk about three different things that have happened so far this NHL season that have an impact going forward, notably Auston Matthews and Patrice Bergeron slumping, before we talk about the Vegas Golden Knights. Their team name, the dreadful press conference, the logo, everything. As always, we finish things up with The Three Point Challenge for Friday’s games. You have the entire day to make your submission as long as it’s before that player’s game started. All of that and more on the newest edition of the Razzball Hockey Podcast!Please, blog, may I have some more?
We’re back and based on Reid’s quote, you should buckle up! Per usual, we start off by updating the most recent injuries around the league and how it affects players in Tampa Bay and Manhattan. We follow that up by talking about Connor McDavid’s first career hat trick, the red hot Jeff Carter and Nathan MacKinnon, Marian Hossa’s revival, the future goalie in Tampa posting another shutout and Cam Ward randomly getting hot. We then move on to the Three Point Challenge before we add some other recent news that we skipped over, namely scratches of Shayne Gostisbehere and John Klingberg and Alexander Radulov’s excellent play. Better late than never! All of that and more in the latest edition of the Razzball Hockey Podcast!Please, blog, may I have some more?
EVERYBODY PANIC! Just kidding, you can relax. Reid and I are back discussing a variety of topics. We start off by running down all of the latest injuries around the league before looking at the latest news throughout the NHL, mostly from Tuesday’s games. Around the 30 minute mark, we get to the panic meter. We look at around 20 marquee players at various positions and give a rating from 1 to Cedric Daniels’ eyes when Prezbo punched out Valchek on how worried we are about the lack of production through the first 20% of the season. It’s actually from 1-1o but any excuse to show that picture! As always, we close things out with The Three Point Challenge. Be sure to get your picks in via the comment section below. All of that and more in the latest edition of the Razzball Hockey Podcast!Please, blog, may I have some more?
Hello everyone! Reid joins me once again to provide another update around the NHL. We start off by looking at Carolina’s big game against the Caps, the Wild’s first line dominating while the Stars top line starts doing what we expected from them. After ripping NBC before, we give credit where it’s due before we talk about Gary Bettman and the NHL from a big picture point of view. We then ponder what the Las Vegas team name will be, question why Antoine Roussel is still widely available, a red hot Pekka Rinne and Filip Forsberg finally scoring. Finally, around the 35 minute mark, we look at the Sabres and Avalanche, the two worst offenses in the league at this point, before I try to stump Reid giving him “Who am I?” clues. As always, we conclude with the Three Point Challenge. All of that and more in the newest edition of the Razzball Fantasy Hockey Podcast!Please, blog, may I have some more?
Reid joins me once again to look at a few different topics. I promise we kept the election talk to a minimum! Partially because we needed a break from things. Anyways, we start off by looking at the Jets explosion against the Stars, Connor McDavid vs. Sidney Crosby and the Kings dismantling the Maple Leafs. Around the 21 minute mark, we focus on a bunch of different players debating whether or not they are holds or simply streamers. We follow that up around the 33 minute mark by looking at the next tier below the questionable holds, namely guys who are debatable streamers. We then do a quick breakdown of head to head goaltending strategy before finishing things up with The Three Point Challenge. A bunch of people have been hitting it lately so we run through them and the current standings (posted below). All of that and more in this week’s edition of the Razzball Hockey Podcast!Please, blog, may I have some more?