We're rapidly approaching the end of the season which means it's time to look back at what went right and what went wrong for my preseason predictions. Today, we're going to look at my 10 bold predictions, and JKJ's five to see how well we did. If you have any questions for the last three days of the season, please ask them in the comments section and I'll be sure to answer them. For JKJ's, my comments on his predictions from the preseason are italicized. Let's get to it!
For my last scheduled post outside of the bracket challenge for the next few months, I'm going to review my bold predictions from before the season. My goal was to get three or more, did that happen? Let's find out! For those that want to read the entire post, click here. 1) Evgeni Malkin leads the league in points. And a massive whiff to start! Malkin was injured a lot (what else is new) and wasn't as good as usual when he played. Even if he was, he was never catching McJesus.
It's time to look back at both of my posts about undervalued and overvalued players from preseason. I did ten players for both, and I'll break down each player and what went right or what went wrong. I have to say that there were quite a lot of correct predictions, especially in the overvalued. Eight of the ten predictions were clearly correct, but oh boy was there one big miss! I will not hide that prediction in shame because that would serve no purpose. If you want to look back at this posts, you can find them here and here, but it won't be necessary. Let's get to it!