My THN article from Thursday:
If youíre in a keeper league and first place is out of reach, itís always a good idea to look ahead to next year and position yourself for victory in 2015. The best way to do that is not only smart drafting and off-season trading, but also in-season trading. In fact, the time to get the best return for an asset who is producing well is now because the contenders are getting desperate to get an edge that will put them over the top when the dust
What does Semyon Varlamov's contract extension mean for his cap league value?
After taking a week to go over what fantasy owners can do during the break to prepare for what is coming up in their fantasy seasons/offseasons, I wanted to go back to some current events. Thankfully the NHL's new habit of getting contracts done during the year gives me a constant
This week's fantasy hockey Cage Match was on these two young players. Check out Roos' column here:
A clip from the end:
While itís certainly not a landslide and Landeskog is undeniably a great player to own, JVR wins this Cage Match pretty convincingly. For one, his salary is 25% less than Landeskogís; plus,
My take on why Daniel Sedin isn't a top 10 left winger in the NHL anymore, and next year, will barely be top 20.
Not much else to add. Hopefully, this is enough to constiitute a blog post.
Just checking out the new blog feature!
Here is my Top 100 Roto for February: http://goo.gl/2xchNA
Since it is a blog, I should probably do a bit of blogging. I am the video coach/hockey management intern for the UBC Thunderbirds hockey team. They just made the playoffs via tiebreaker after starting the year with a horrendous 1-9 record.
They turned it around at about the turn of the new year, beating Div. 1 NCAA teams Princeton and North Dakota.