Dustin Nelson - Rotoballer

Last week we talked about finding forward help on waivers when you need some power play assistance. Here, I'll use the same premise to dig up some defensemen that can give you a nice boost in power play points and are widely available. Below are the five defensemen with the most power play points among players... Read More

Welcome to the new Daily Fantasy Hockey weekly waiver wire report. Each week I will be updating some of the players we should targeting on the waiver wire to help us build a championship fantasy hockey team. The recommendations will focus on, for the most part, standard Yahoo Hockey leagues with the following stat categories: Goals Assists... Read More

There is no more football to distract fantasy hockey owners. There are two months for fantasy owners to either turn their seasons around or take their contending teams and put them over the top. Both things can be done via one or two trades. If your fantasy team has some deficiencies at certain positions, there... Read More

We’re out of the All-Star break, marching toward the trade deadline and the postseason. It’s February and that means we’re hitting the stretch for keeper leagues too. Daily games will start to get more and more sleeper candidates for those paying close attention. In this column, we’ll be looking at fantasy hockey trends and tandems across... Read More

The NHL season is past the midway point.  We are more than halfway home, fantasy owners! With the All-Star weekend around the corner, this is as good of a time as any for fantasy owners to assess their roster, figure out their needs and their strengths, and trade some of their depth to upgrade the... Read More

Nothing affects a player’s fantasy value more than trades or injuries.  Trades give players new teammates and new roles that normally benefit them, while injuries usually open doors to additional ice time and chances to rack up goals, saves, assists and wins that they wouldn’t have had.  This week both trades and injuries are the... Read More

Just like you need to buy low and sell high to win in the stock market, the same strategy can pay off in fantasy hockey! So welcome to my weekly column that will highlight the players you should acquire while their prices are cheap and the players you should trade while their values are at... Read More

Welcome to the new Fantasy Hockey Sleepers and NHL Waiver Wire report. Each week I will be updating some of the players you should targeting on the waiver wire to help you build a championship fantasy hockey team. The recommendations will focus on, for the most part, standard Yahoo! Fantasy Hockey leagues with the following stat categories:... Read More

Early Thursday morning reports came out of Buffalo, New York that Chicago Blackhawks star forward Patrick Kane was being investigated by police in a potential rape case. Tim Graham of Buffalo News said that a women accused Kane, a Buffalo native, of sexual assault for an incident that occurred during the weekend of August 1st.... Read More

On Tuesday, it was reported by the St. Louis Blue’s official website that the team has resigned emerging superstar Vladimir Tarasenko to an eight-year, $60M contract extension. Blues general manager Doug Armstrong said in a statement, on the Tarasenko extension, “We are not going to be active signing other players until we get him taken... Read More

Owen Elle profiles all the best and worst signings from day one of NHL free agency.   Best: Oilers Signing Sekera Still only 29-years-old, the veteran defenseman signed with the Oilers on a six-year, $33M contract with an AAV of $5.5M. While Sekera will receive $6.5M in each of his first three seasons, his salary... Read More

On Sunday, it was reported by Sportsnet’s Elliotte Friedman that the NHL is nearing a deal with the KHL that would allow teams in both leagues to purchase “specific” players rights. This transfer compensation agreement that would reportedly be for four years was hinted at being close to finished by NHL deputy commissioner Bill Daly... Read More

The Hockey Gods have spoken! On Saturday, the NHL held their annual draft lottery to determine who will win the first overall pick in the 2015 NHL Entry Draft. Entering Saturday night, the lottery probabilities broke down like this: Buffalo Sabres- 20.0% Arizona Coyotes- 13.5% Edmonton Oilers- 11.5% Toronto Maple Leafs- 9.5% Carolina Hurricanes- 8.5% New... Read More

5 Bold NHL Playoff Predictions

Here are five bold playoff predictions for the 2015 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs.   1. The New York Rangers are a lock to make it to the Eastern Conference Finals While the Rangers arguably have their toughest task in the first round taking on the Penguins, they are tied 1-1 in a very winnable series.... Read More

On Thursday, Nashville Predators General Manager David Poile announced the signing of forward Steve Moses to a one-year, $1 million contract for the 2015-16 season. The 25-year old, who has spent this season playing in the Kontinental Hockey League, has tallied 36 goals and 21 assists in 60 games for the Finnish club Jokerit Helsinki.... Read More

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