Looking ahead at the schedule for the upcoming week.
Spezza in decline? Jets at full strength, Draisaitl stays hot and more.
This week's Capped discusses the 2017 UFA crop, and what challenges their negotiations/contracts may bring.
Ranting about why simply using numbers in analytics is no longer enough, plus some fantasy hockey goodies!
New writer Brennan Des brings you the latest injury information on the likes of Crawford, Toews, Galchenyuk, Landeskog and many others… Howdy! The name is Brennan, and I'll be bringing you your weekly dose of injury information.
Digging deep on Schenn and Kreider to help you determine which player has better short- and long-term value Hopefully all DobberHockey loyalists make time to read the monthly Top 100 Rotisserie Players list. I’ll often consult it
Ramblings: Big Buff is back, Mason on fire, Caggiula a sneaky-good pickup *** The Zetterberg-Mantha-Tatar line is still rolling along nicely. Between that line combo and the Howard injury, the Wings have found a bit of magic going
A deep dive on the goalie situations of the Eastern Conference.
A look at the hottest lines in the National Hockey League since the beginning of the season, including a few defensemen producing offensively. You will also find below the "Cold as ice" line of the week.
Reviewing my over/under bets thus far, and going over some buy low scenarios for Kuznetsov.
The second installment of the Real or Imagined series focuses on the defensemen of Anaheim, Arizona, Calgary, Chicago, Colorado, Dallas and Edmonton. For defensemen there are three big factors for this sort of evaluation: percentage of his
Want to know what's on Brian's shelf? Well, you're in luck: the 126th episode of the Keeping Karlsson Fantasy Hockey Podcast tells you that, and more! With the "more" being cutting edge and deeply informative fantasy analysis on the
Top 10 defensemen for the physical categories – hits, blocked shots and PIM… A lot of big-name defensemen always seem to get the love when it comes to peripheral stats. But there are plenty of options out
Ramblings: Johnny Hockey returns…and so does 2006 Cam Ward… *** I think at this point there are no more naysayers when it comes to declaring Alexander Radulov a superstar and that what we’re seeing is no longer
A proposal to create incentives for teams to score more goals.
Mike Smith's outstanding performance, Crawford out, what to do with Carlson and more.
Not surprisingly, Auston Matthews leads all rookies in numerous statistical categories.
Facing a wide-open Stars squad, Nathan MacKinnon could be in for a big night.
Will the Sabres be a different team with Jack Eichel in the lineup?
Not Bad Chad, Wild, Sharks, analytics and fantasy hockey
Which goalies face the toughest shots? Using shot distance to consider goaltender performance.
Marleau and the Sharks have a great upcoming schedule.
Here are the Top 100 defensemen to own in fantasy hockey keeper leagues, December edition. As always, these were curated from the main Top 300 list (which were posted here on December 1). See that link for
Welcome to the Tarasenk-show, Draisaitl with McDavid, Fleury Strikes Back and more.
Here is the December edition of the monthly keeper league skater rankings. Scheifele, Ehlers surge while injuries take a toll on others These are for points-only keeper leagues where positions do not matter (explaining why defensemen are