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Week 15 NHL Risers and Fallers for Fantasy Hockey

Hey RotoBallers. Here is my week 15 rundown of NHL Forwards, Defensemen and Goaltenders whose fantasy hockey values have been rising and falling over the past week of action. The rising players can be considered fantasy hockey sleepers or waiver wire pickups, depending on your league size and format. For those trending downward, it might be... Read More

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Fantasy Hockey Waiver Wire Pickups and Sleepers: TOI & PPTOI Trends (Week 15)

  Fantasy Hockey TOI and PPTOI Trends in Week 15 When you’re in a deep league with a full-size NHL starting lineup and seven bench positions for a 27-man roster like I am, top-line and power-play ice time are indispensable factors in analyzing waiver pickups. Both of these factors change over the course of the season, but I’m here to... Read More

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Waiver Wire Pickups, Adds, and Sleepers for Fantasy Hockey (Week 14)

What’s up RotoBallers? Welcome to my weekly edition of the fantasy hockey waiver wire. Below are a few skaters at each position that will steer your fantasy hockey team toward a championship. Whether your fantasy hockey team is dealing with injuries or lack of production, these NHL players will help get you back on track.... Read More

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Week 14 NHL Risers and Fallers for Fantasy Hockey

Hey RotoBallers. Here is my weekly rundown of NHL Forwards, Defensemen and Goaltenders whose fantasy hockey values have been rising and falling over the past week of action. The rising players can be considered fantasy hockey sleepers or waiver wire pickups, depending on your league size and format. For those trending downward, it might be... Read More

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Fantasy Hockey Waiver Wire Pickups and Sleepers: TOI & PPTOI Trends (Week 14)

Fantasy Hockey TOI and PPTOI Trends in Week 14 When you’re in a deep league with a full-size NHL starting lineup and seven bench positions for a 27-man roster like I am, top line and power play ice time are indispensable factors in analyzing waiver pickups. Both of these factors change over the course of the season, but I'm here... Read More

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Fantasy Hockey Waiver Wire Pickups and Sleepers: TOI & PPTOI Trends (Week 13)

When you’re in a deep league with a full-size NHL starting lineup and seven bench positions for a 27-man roster like I am, top line and power play ice time are indispensable factors in analyzing waiver pickups. Both of these factors change over the course of the season, and with a new year upon us, we’re going to dive a... Read More

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Fantasy Hockey Waiver Wire Pickups and Sleepers: TOI & PPTOI Trends (Week 12)

Fantasy Hockey TOI and PPTOI Trends in Week 12 When you’re in a deep league with a full-size NHL starting lineup and seven bench positions for a 27-man roster like I am, top line and power play ice time are indispensable factors in analyzing waiver pickups. Both of these factors change over the course of the season, and with the... Read More

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Week 11 NHL Risers and Fallers for Fantasy Hockey

Hey RotoBallers. Here is my weekly rundown of NHL forwards, defenseman and goaltenders whose fantasy hockey values have been rising and falling over the past week of action. The rising players can be considered fantasy hockey sleepers or waiver wire pickups, depending on your league size and format. For those trending downward, it might be... Read More

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Waiver Wire Pickups, Adds and Sleepers for Fantasy Hockey (Week 11)

What's up RotoBallers? Welcome to my weekly edition of the fantasy hockey waiver wire. Below are a few skaters at each position that will steer your fantasy hockey team toward a championship. Whether your fantasy hockey team is dealing with injuries or lack of production, these NHL players will help get you back on track.... Read More

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Fantasy Hockey Waiver Wire Pickups and Sleepers: TOI & PPTOI Trends (Week 11)

  Fantasy Hockey TOI and PPTOI Trends in Week 11 When you’re in a deep league with a full-size NHL starting lineup and seven bench positions for a 27-man roster like I am, top line and power play ice time are indispensable factors in analyzing waiver pickups. Both of these factors change over the course of the season, so here... Read More

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Fantasy Hockey Waiver Wire Pickups and Sleepers: TOI & PPTOI Trends (Week 10)

  Fantasy Hockey TOI and PPTOI Trends in Week 10 When you’re in a deep league with a full-size NHL starting lineup and seven bench positions for a 27-man roster like I am, top line and power play ice time are indispensable factors in analyzing waiver pickups. Both of these factors change over the course of the season, so here... Read More

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Week 9 NHL Risers and Fallers for Fantasy Hockey

Hey RotoBallers. Here is week 9, early December rundown of NHL forwards, defensemen, and goaltenders whose fantasy hockey values have been rising and falling over the past week of action. The rising players can be considered fantasy hockey sleepers or waiver wire pickups, depending on your league size and format. If you are still holding on to... Read More

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Waiver Wire Pickups, Adds and Sleepers for Fantasy Hockey (Week 9)

What's up RotoBallers? Welcome to my weekly edition of the fantasy hockey waiver wire. Below are a few skaters at each position that will steer your fantasy hockey team in the right direction. Whether your fantasy hockey team is dealing with injuries or lack of production, these NHL skaters will help get you back on... Read More

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Fantasy Hockey Waiver Wire Pickups and Sleepers: TOI & PPTOI Trends (Week 9)

Fantasy Hockey TOI and PPTOI Trends in Week 9 When you're in a deep league with a full-size NHL starting lineup and seven bench positions for a 27-man roster like I am, top line and power play ice time are indispensable factors in analyzing waiver pickups. Both of these factors change over the course of the season, so here in... Read More

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Week 8 NHL Risers and Fallers for Fantasy Hockey

Hey RotoBallers. Here is my weekly rundown of NHL forwards, defensemen and goaltenders whose fantasy hockey values are rising and falling over the past seven days. The rising players can be considered fantasy hockey sleepers or waiver wire pickups depending on your league size and format. If you are still holding on to any of... Read More

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Waiver Wire Pickups, Adds and Sleepers for Fantasy Hockey (Week 8)

What's up RotoBallers. Welcome to my weekly edition of the fantasy hockey waiver wire. Below are a few skaters at each position that will help push your fantasy hockey team in the right direction. Whether your fantasy hockey team is dealing with injuries or lack of production, these NHL skaters will get you back on... Read More

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Fantasy Hockey Waiver Wire Pickups and Sleepers: TOI & PPTOI Trends (Week 8)

Fantasy Hockey TOI and PPTOI Trends in Week 8 Heading into each fantasy hockey season and over the course of the season, there are two factors–among others–I try to key in on when filling out my roster that are easily overlooked by many managers. The first is whether or not a player, no matter the... Read More

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Week 7 NHL Risers and Fallers for Fantasy Hockey

Hey RotoBallers. Here is my weekly rundown of NHL players whose fantasy values are rising and falling over the past week of action. For week 7 we have a handful of underowned players on the rise and some skaters who got off to a fast start now fallling. Those on the rise can be considered... Read More

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Waiver Wire Pickups, Adds and Sleepers for Fantasy Hockey (Week 7)

Welcome to my week 7 edition of the fantasy hockey waiver wire. Below are a few skaters at forward, defense and goalie who will help steer your fantasy hockey team in the right direction. Whether your fantasy hockey team is in need of production or dealing with injuries, these NHL skaters can be considered waiver wire pickups... Read More

5 years ago

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Fantasy Hockey Waiver Wire Pickups and Sleepers: TOI & PPTOI Trends (Week 7)

  Fantasy Hockey TOI and PPTOI Trends in Week 7 Heading into each fantasy hockey season and over the course of the season, there are two factors–among others–I try to key in on when filling out my roster that are easily overlooked by many managers. The first is whether or not a player, no matter... Read More

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Week 6 NHL Risers and Fallers for Fantasy Hockey

Hey RotoBallers. Here is my weekly rundown of NHL players whose fantasy hockey values have risen or diminished over the past week of action, from 11/5 - 11/12. The rising players can be considered fantasy hockey sleepers or waiver wire pickups. Those trending downward should be benched or dropped in search of better fantasy options.   NHL... Read More

5 years ago

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Week 6 Waiver Wire Pickups, Adds and Sleepers for Fantasy Hockey

We're more than a month into the NHL season, and at this point in the season, all of the stud players are owned and the pickings are slim on the waiver wire. Here are a few sleepers that may still be available. These players can add value to your fantasy team off the waiver wire... Read More

5 years ago

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Fantasy Hockey Waiver Wire Pickups and Sleepers: TOI & PPTOI Trends (Week 6)

Heading into each fantasy hockey season and over the course of the season, there are two factors–among others–I try to key in on when filling out my roster that are easily overlooked by many managers. The first is whether or not a player, no matter the team, sees action on the top line or defense... Read More

5 years ago

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Week 5 NHL Risers and Fallers for Fantasy Hockey

Hey RotoBallers. Here is my weekly rundown of NHL forwards, defensemen and goaltenders whose fantasy hockey values are rising and falling over the past seven days. The rising players can be considered fantasy hockey sleepers or waiver wire pickups depending on your league format. If you are still holding onto any of the skaters that... Read More

5 years ago

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Week 5 Waiver Wire Pickups, Adds and Sleepers for Fantasy Hockey

The first month of the NHL season is in the books and players are starting to find their niche within their respective teams. Below are a few forwards, defensemen, and goaltenders who can add value as waiver wire sleepers to your fantasy hockey team. Whether your team is in need of scoring, ice-time, or quality goaltending... Read More

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Week 4 Fantasy Hockey Waiver Wire Pickups & Sleepers at Forward

The first month of the season is almost over, which is great news for fantasy owners, as the phrase “small sample size” is going to be heard less and less. Most teams have now played between 9-11 games, and we’re starting to see some of the hot starts cool off, and trends and patterns emerge.... Read More

5 years ago

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Week 4 Waiver Wire Pickups, Adds & Sleepers for Fantasy Hockey

Hey RotoBallers, welcome to my weekly edition of the fantasy hockey waiver wire. Below are a few skaters at each NHL position that will help steer your fantasy hockey team in the right direction. Whether your fantasy hockey team is dealing with injuries or lack of production, these NFL players can be considered waiver wire pickups... Read More

5 years ago

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Week 3 NHL Risers and Fallers for Fantasy Hockey

What's up RotoBallers. Below is a quick rundown of NHL forwards, defensemen and goalies whose fantasy hockey values are rising and falling after week 3 of fantasy hockey action. The rising players may not be ready to contribute to your fantasy teams quite yet, but they are worth watching as the NHL season unwinds. Some could... Read More

5 years ago

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Week 3 Waiver Wire Pickups, Adds & Sleepers for Fantasy Hockey

Okay, so we're in the thick of it now. The shine has worn off the apple, and we find ourselves firmly entrenched in another NHL season. While most of the fantasy hockey players that owners expect to put up the points are doing just that, let’s take a look at some role-playing forwards who can... Read More

5 years ago

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Week 3 Waiver Wire Pickups, Adds & Sleepers for Fantasy Hockey

October is an exciting time of year for sports fans. The World Series is upon us, and football is in full swing. The basketball season is looming near, and the hockey campaign is just getting revved up. With all the action this time of year, it can be tough for some fantasy owners to juggle... Read More

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