This colour-coded PDFs will allow you to get a visual on forecasting each round and where you might expect players to fall.
Round-by-round discussions reserved in the following posts.
*For sake of generalizing discussion, I typically consider the most common league to be 12-team with: 3C/3LW/3RW/4D/2G (+ 5 Bench: 1C/1LW/1RW/1D/1G)
*I started my own delving into Yahoo!s multi-position eligibility by using a running total of player positions. Most leagues will have about 144F in play: 48C/48LW/48RW.
#48C occurs first... at Yahoo! Rank #142 Derek Stepan
#48LW occurs next... at Yahoo! Rank #167 Brendan Morrow
#48RW occurs next... at Yahoo! Rank #171 Pascal Dupuis
#36G occurs next... at Yahoo! Rank #214 Richard Bachman. Farther down the goalie ranks are Reimer/Bernier/Gustavsson/Hedberg... these guys will be visually on a goalie-sort board.
#48D occurs next... at Yahoo! Rank #220 Slava Voynov
The actual 144th ranked forward occurs at Yahoo! Rank #240 Victor Stalberg.
But there are a lot of solid forwards that can be found by digging deeper.
***SIDE THOUGHT: One thing that annoys me is that these new Yahoo! ranks are actually very good... IMO.
Which means that they input some projections and re-sorted.
The annoying part is this: Where are the projections?
I've got a feeling that Yahoo! copied and pasted 2012-2013 projections from some (???) source. Now... what was that source?!?***
Of significant note: Yahoo groups a bunch of chump goalies between #314-#335 (with Devin Setoguchi mixed in there, LOL).
After that group, there are some nice forward sleepers to be had.
#339 Havlat, Martin
#359 Hodgson, Cody
#385 van Riemsdyk, James
#406 McDonald, Andy
And, there are lots of PIM goons.
Also, some of the kings of Hits/BkS leagues can be found way later:
#457 Schenn, Luke
#465 Greene, Matt
#482 Stuart, Mark
#494 Gorges, Josh
#519 Smid, Ladislav
I'll try to summarize those in their individual Rounds posts, as well.