Reid joins me as always to take a look at players who are on the struggle bus. After we run down the injuries, and sadly there are a lot of them (poor Vegas), the focus shifts to players around the league who were high fantasy draft picks that have been underwhelming or flat out disappointing. Five forwards, five defensemen and eight goaltenders are discussed and graded on a 1-10 scale on how worried we are about them going forward. From there, we do The Three Point Challenge for Thursday’s games discussing each game since it’s the next big slate on the schedule. Be sure to make your pick in the comments section below. All of that and more on the latest edition of the Razzball Hockey Podcast!

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The playoffs are in full gear and we have a ton of goalies playing incredible hockey. Reid and I start by running down most of the playoff series with Nashville’s 3-0 lead and Jake Allen’s heroics leading the conversation. From there, we review our best bets for over-unders and what teams we differed on from the preseason. What we can learn from what we picked wrong is the biggest takeaway here. We also discuss the appeal of signing restricted free agents to offer sheets, what teams could develop a bunch of fantasy assets next season and Tuesday’s games with The Three Point Challenge. Be sure to make your picks in the comments section below. All of that and more in the latest edition of the Razzball Hockey Podcast brought to you by Seatgeek and Draft!

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After spending Part One highlighting the mistakes I made, it’s time to give myself some credit! Today, I’m going to look at the players who I was highest on among experts on Fantasy Pros that outperformed their ranking and then the players I was lowest on that failed to meet expectations. Like Part One, I will break down each of the players discussing why my ranking was successful and what we can learn from it going forward. Let’s get to it!

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This is going to be a two part series looking back at the recently-concluded NHL regular season. To start, I’m going to look at the biggest mistakes in my rankings. Who did I rank too high compared to consensus? Who did I rank too low? More importantly, what was my thought process and where did it go wrong? Hopefully this review will prevent similar mistakes in the future. Let’s get right to it!

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There’s nothing better than playoff hockey! If yesterday is a sign of things to come, we’re in for an amazing two months. Reid joins me as always and we start off by doing a news update. The Stars hire a new coach who is their old coach and Vegas appoints their first coach in franchise history. We talk about the Sabres press conference yesterday along with Vladimir Sobotka returning to St. Louis from the KHL, a move that has already paid dividends. From there, we talk about each of yesterday’s games focusing on one or two major takeaways from each. Awards get our focus after that as we pick our finalists and winners for each of the major awards before making up some awards from a fantasy hockey perspective. We wrap things up with Three Point Challenge picks for both tonight and Friday. Make sure to make your picks below! All of that and more on the latest edition of the Razzball Hockey Podcast brought to you by Seatgeek and Draft!

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The RCL season has come to an end so it’s time to acknowledge all of the individual league winners along with the RCL Hockey Champion of 2016-17. Let’s get right to it!

Viz versus the Commenters

Playoff seeds:

1) Viz Nasty (yours truly) with a 124-60-5 record

2) F Off I’m Vacuuming, 115-62-12

3) Team ChicagoCanuck, 110-72-7

4) The Motherpuckers, 110-75-4

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Hey everyone! With only a few days left in the season, it’s time to set up the Razzball Bracket Challenge! For those who didn’t partake last year, you simply fill out the Stanley Cup Playoff Bracket once it’s released. You can join the Razzball group by clicking here and creating a free account if you don’t already have one. It’s a good way to keep the Razzball Hockey community in touch throughout the playoffs.

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Our last regular season podcast has arrived . Reid and I talk about Kris Letang’s neck injury and Kyle Okposo being in the intestive care unit (best wishes to both) before we do our first mock draft for next season. We alternate picks throughout with each of us mentioning where that guy falls on our board if there’s a discrepancy. This thorough breakdown should provide everyone with a good baseline going forward. Where would we consider taking a goalie? Who is going to make a break through into the upper echelon? Who is going to bounce back or take a step back? All of these topics and other are covered before we make our final Three Point Challenge picks of the season. Be sure to make your pick below All of that and more on the latest edition of the Razzball Hockey Podcast brought to you by Seatgeek and Draft!

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When talking about the Carolina Hurricanes schedule in my Playoff Breakdown piece, I said the following: “The Godfather of playoff schedules, the Hurricanes are going to be great on volume alone. They don’t have three games in three nights like Detroit but there’s a pile of back to backs here. There has to be with 17(!!!) games in 28 nights to close the season. That’s two more games than anyone else in the league. Jeff Skinner and Victor Rask should be monsters in the playoffs while Sebastian Aho and Elias Lindholm will be among the best streamers in the league.” And that’s me quoting me! All of this had held true except for Rask being mediocre. Not bad. Skinner has been the best of the bunch and that continued on Tuesday night. Skinner had two goals and an assist with five shots in the 5-3 loss to the Wild. He’s been hotter than a pistol bringing his totals to 35 goals and 26 assists on the season. With the elite shot rate, Skinner is pushing towards a top 50 player going forward. The team around him is getting much better and Skinner is nearing his prime as he turns 25 in May. I don’t think we’ve seen his best yet. Here’s what else happened around the league the last two nights:

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It’s the last week of the regular season which sadly brings an end to the standard fantasy hockey season. Don’t worry though, Reid and I are still here to keep you more entertained than the NCAAB final last night! Not exactly a high bar… Anyways, we start off by running down injuries and there are a ton of them. John Tavares, Shea Weber and Aleksander Barkov are among the notables discussed for their short and long-term futures. From there, we look at the disappointment of NHL players not being in the 2018 Olympics, the impact of what teams get what seeds in the Western Conference and how things will shake out in the East. We conclude with a preview of Tuesday’s games with our Three Point Challenge picks. Be sure to make your pick in the comments section below. All of that and more in the latest edition of the Razzball Hockey Podcast brought to you by Seatgeek and Draft!

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