Hello Razzballers! Reid and I are back to hit you with some hockey knowledge! We open up with a quick talk about NBC’s hockey coverage before we give a thorough breakdown of Tuesday’s games. We look at all 12 games and give our biggest takeaways from all of them. Among the highlights are the Rangers rolling the Blues, the disappointment of Oilers-Leafs (besides for Nazem Kadri owners), the upset wins for the Sabres and Coyotes plus Nashville finally stepping up in a big way. We wrap things up with our Three Point Challenge picks, be sure to leave yours in the comment section. All of that and more in the newest edition of the Razzball Hockey Podcast!Please, blog, may I have some more?
Hey everyone! Reid and I are back and after a quick review of something being thrown on the field at the Bills game, we start looking at a bunch of different things around the league that happened over the past five days.Please, blog, may I have some more?
Hey everyone! Reid joins me once again to do a thorough breakdown of the games on Tuesday, October 25th. We look at every single game focusing on the emergence of a new first line threat in New Jersey, the Sabres implosion in Philly, the domination of the Wild, Tampa’s big offensive breakout and much more. Now that we’re starting to build up a decent sample, there is more to take away from each game giving us a bigger fantasy hockey impact on a daily basis. Once we get through all of the games around the 50 minute mark, we introduce the Three Point Challenge. To copy what our partners at the basketball side of things has done, every night that the podcast comes out, we will attempt to pick a player outside of the top 10 in points in the NHL that will score 3+ points that night. I know it’s difficult but I’d rather it be tough! Listen to our picks on the podcast and please put your picks in the comments section of this post. All of that and more in the newest edition of the Razzball Hockey Podcast:Please, blog, may I have some more?
Hello everyone! Reid joins me once again to look at players who have started on opposite sides of the spectrum. We open up by looking at a bunch of different players who were drafted in all leagues and have started slowly. We look at each player’s current situation and decide whether we’d buy low, sell if we had the player or stand pat. Around the 35 minute mark, we flip the table and look at a set of players who have started off better than expected. Should you sell high on the player? Should you try to target the player in a trade? All of that and more in this edition of the Razzball Hockey Podcast. Below are also streamers for Tuesday’s games:Please, blog, may I have some more?
Hey everyone! Reid and I are back looking at the first week of the season with a focus on the last few days. We start by looking at the high scoring around the league and the teams that will keep playing in wide open games, the dire situation in Los Angeles, Connor McDavid going pointless for two games (bum!) and the ceilings for Brent Burns and Joe Pavelski. After that, we breakdown Thursday and Friday night’s games looking at a few different things, namely whether they’ll be high or low scoring, what players are worth targeting for streaming and who the best daily fantasy candidates are. All of that and more in the newest addition of the Razzball Hockey Podcast!Please, blog, may I have some more?
We’re back! After my damn computer froze almost an hour into our talk, Reid and I run through things a second time but a first for everyone else. We start off by taking a look at what has happened around the NHL in the first five days of the season. We talk about Auston Matthews’ four goal debut, Richard Panik and Joe Colborne getting hat tricks, some other guys who have started strong and how goals have been plentiful in the early going. After recapping that and more, we take a look at the big picture in regards to streaming (Today’s streamers below). Thanks to a commenter’s suggestion (Thanks Man Of Steel and everyone, please keep the comments coming), we look at what teams we are looking to take players on, what teams we are looking to target players against and what teams we want to avoid streaming against. All of that and more in this week’s addition of the Razzball Hockey Podcast:Please, blog, may I have some more?
Reid and I are back with our latest edition of the Razzball Hockey Podcast! This was recorded on Wednesday afternoon so we won’t be talking about last night’s game, that’ll come early next week. Instead, we look at the latest injury news focusing on Jack Eichel. We even get an update mid-recording! We look at our favorite streamers for tonight’s games, then look big picture around the league. We talk about what teams are the most confusing and difficult to peg in the NHL. Then we spend 5-10 minutes at the end talking about random things that either gave us a laugh or made us disgusted. We’ve ran out of things to talk about, thank God the season has started! All of that and more below:Please, blog, may I have some more?
Yes, this is still a hockey podcast despite the title! Reid joins me once again to discuss the latest news as we are on the eve of the season. Right as we are about to start the podcast, Sidney Crosby is diagnosed with a concussion so you get our analysis on the spot! We also look at Jonathan Huberdeau’s injury and some other players who recently went down. We discuss all of the players holding out again (before Johnny Gaudreau and Nikita Kucherov signed), some rookies that made their respective teams and look at the impact of it all. Following last podcast, we look at our favorite over / under point totals for individual players and wrap it up with 10 minutes of random discussion. From the debate on Sunday night, the aftermath (all hail Kenneth Bone!) and the recent success of the Bills, I promise you’ll get a laugh. All of that and more in the final episode before the NHL season begins!Please, blog, may I have some more?
Oh baby! Reid joins me once again for a monster of a podcast. First off, we open up by tying up some loose ends around the league from a fantasy perspective. We look at holdouts, recent injuries and then some young players who look to be cracking the NHL roster for the first time. After that, we take a look at the big picture for this coming season. We breakdown all 30 teams by predicting whether they go over or under their projected point total from Vegas and to what degree of confidence we have in our pick. Add in some bets for players to win individual trophies or teams to win the Stanley Cup and you have an excellent breakdown for you gamblers out there, or anyone who simply wants a team by team season preview. We even mention Obama talking about Phil Kessel and a moment I can’t wait to happen at the White House, I promise you’ll laugh! All of that and more in this episode of the Razzball Hockey Podcast:Please, blog, may I have some more?
Hey guys! This is a two part podcast looking at some general draft strategy plus a draft recap. First, I’m joined by Reid who is completely frustrated by his draft in my RCL. All of the f-bombs! We do a thorough breakdown of each of our picks, looking at each pick, why we took them, whether it was a mistake or not, and then general draft strategy. Spoiler: we forgot to take defensemen. To follow along, here is our draft recap link . ChicagoCanuck is my hero for putting Reid on epic tilt! After that, Matt makes his first appearance on the podcast to talk about his goaltending rankings. We look at his tiers, goalies he’s high and low on and then a general strategy overview when it comes to how he drafts goalies. All of that and more in today’s podcast:Please, blog, may I have some more?