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2015/2016 Fantasy Hockey Sleepers

Sleeper players can be the missing element on your team that can elevate you to the top of your fantasy league. Whether they are first year rookies or re-surging vets, these players will give you the most bang for your buck in late draft rounds. 1,090 more words

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Edmonton Oilers: the McDavid Factor.

The Edmonton Oilers have been really bad for a really long time. They picked up Connor McDavid, the most highly rated draft pick since Sidney Crosby. 234 more words


Fantasy Hockey: 10 Young D-Men to Keep an Eye On

Name / Predicted Goals – Predicted Assists – Predicted Points (All for 2015/16 Season)

Rasmus Ristolainen / 11 – 21 – 32

After being drafted by Buffalo with the 8th pick in the 2013 draft Ristolainen split his first season between the NHL and AHL, recording 4 points in 34 games with the Sabres. 830 more words


Calgary Flames: due for a sophomore slump?

Last year the Flames had a breakout season and produced some surprisingly good fantasy players: Johnny Gaudreau, Sean Monahan, Dennis Wideman, T.J. Brodie, Mark Giordano, etc… It’s going to be hard to find good sleeper picks here, for the simple reason that many of the players on the Flames will be high on people’s radars. 244 more words


Buffalo Sabres: new beginnings.

Similar to the Arizona Coyotes, things look like they can only get better for this team. The difference here is that Buffalo, unlike Arizona, has a lot of young players in the line-up to make that happen: 193 more words

Boston Bruins: out with the new?...in with the other new...

A bit of a surprising off season this year. Dougie Hamilton, Carl Sodenberg, and Milan Lucic were both traded. Boston then kept all 3 of their first round draft picks, giving them 3 consecutive picks. 233 more words