Happy New Year to everyone! I’ve gone through each position thoroughly over the last week so now, it’s putting together a top 200 list. I will provide some addition commentary next week, but in this post, it’s simply going to be a list. If you have any questions, comments, or suggestions, leave them in the comments section below.Please, blog, may I have some more?
We’re moving to the last part of my rankings before my top 200 list today with the second part of the forward rankings. You can read part one here. I’m going to go about this part of the rankings a bit different than usual. I’m going to do a “best of the rest” section to start off, then I’m going to break down the rest of the forwards into three categories: safe, upside, and specialists. Once you get through the “best of the rest” forwards, we’ll be well past the top 100 overall, so at that point in the draft, you need to be targeting what you need. Therefore, following a strict rankings list wouldn’t really be the best thing you could do for your team. Obviously ask any questions you have in the comments section, but I suspect that this help quite a bit in the later parts of drafts as a supplement to my top 200 list. Let’s get to it!Please, blog, may I have some more?
And now we reached the meat of the rankings. Forwards generally make up half of your roster, if not more, and they dominate the beginning of drafts. For today, I’ll have around 50 guys separated into tiers and will have more on Thursday. Let’s get right to it! TIER ONE: EASY AS 1,2,3 1) Connor McDavid […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
We’re going to keep the rankings rolling today with my defensemen tiers. As a reminder from the goaltending rankings, I will be ranking the guys in order, but I am putting more focus on tiers than the exact rankings of players. I will be writing in detail about guys that I aggressive with in my […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
It’s time to get rolling with my fantasy hockey rankings. Instead of starting with my top 10 and going from there, I’m going to be starting with goaltenders today, defensemen Tuesday, and then forwards and my top 200 by the end of the week. I will be ranking the guys in order, but I am putting more focus on tiers than the exact rankings of players. I will be writing in detail about guys that I aggressive with in my rankings, either because I like them a lot or also don’t want anything to do with them. Let’s get to it!Please, blog, may I have some more?
The time has come! The NHL has reached an agreement to start a 56 game season on January 13th. You know what that means!? Fantasy hockey is back! I’m returning once again as your Razzball hockey writer and I wanted to give a schedule for what’s going to happening in this space over the next couple weeks before the season starts.Please, blog, may I have some more?
It’s seemed inevitable for the past few days, but on Thursday, it officially happened. The NHL has suspended play indefinitely due to COVID-19. It absolutely had to be done in order to try and limit exposure to players, staff, fans, etc. So where does that leave the league, my writing here, and people around the world? I’m going to hit on a few things below.Please, blog, may I have some more?
It’s hard to believe that Filip Forsberg recently had a 20 game goalless streak. He had his best game in months on Tuesday scoring two goals and an assist with five shots and two PIM. The thing that excites me most is that Forsberg played 20 minutes in this game. Forsberg is clearly the best forward on the team and it has been infuriating that his minutes have been down, slump or not. The playoff schedule for the Predators is excellent (you can read up on that here) giving Forsberg the opportunity to be a top 20 player down the stretch. I don’t expect that, but he has that kind of upside. The Predators are making their playoff push and it’s the time for Forsberg to get his season back on track. Let’s take a look at what else happened over the last two nights:Please, blog, may I have some more?
We’ve finally reached the final four weeks of the regular season. That means fantasy hockey playoffs! This post is meant to help you plan for this specific week on a micro-sense. For the macro picture, check the the Eastern Conference Playoff Manifesto here and the Western Conference here. We’ll take a look at every day this week and point out the best streamers to use or what games to target. Let’s get to it!Please, blog, may I have some more?
We’re back for part two of the Playoff Manifesto. For those that didn’t read Part One, you can read that here. Today, we will cover the Western Conference. To see the template of which I’m working with, check out the details in the Eastern Conference post. For this one, let’s get right to it!
ST. LOUIS BLUES: 4, 3, 3, 3
This is pretty much the worst streaming schedule possible. There are only three teams that don’t have a back-to-back over the last four weeks. We’ll get to them later in this post, but at least their games are more bunched together with a 4,3,4 in the first three weeks for both. They’re every other night the first two weeks, then have two days off in the middle of the third week, before finishing every other day. Honestly, there’s not much to say here. Thirteen games is average so hold the usuals, and don’t stream Blues.Please, blog, may I have some more?