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Fantasy Hockey Help

Posted on: October 8, 2009 2:50 am
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Try to get guys who play a lot of minutes. More ice time = more scoring chances. Look for guys who play the power play. Goals scored on the power play count as power play goals as well as regular goals. Check depth charts, !st line gets the most playing time. Keep an eye on how many games a team plays in a week. You may want to switch somebody out playing only 2 games for somebody playing 4. I hope this helps a little. Feel free to ask anything.
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Since: Oct 10, 2010
Posted on: October 11, 2010 12:10 am
 

Fantasy Hockey Help

how do you get people interested in fantasy hockey? i play in a 30 team baseball and 30 team football league. we tryed to get 30 in hockey but ended up with 24. 

the 2010 league has begun but we will be looking for recruits for 2011. if anyone is interested in giving fantasy hockey a shot, we are starting  a free 12 team hockey league with some very competitive owners to get guys accustomed to the scoring system and player exposure. if interested, leave me an email



Since: Aug 14, 2010
Posted on: August 14, 2010 3:05 am
 

Fantasy Hockey Help

i need 2 talk 2 u email me @ jnbednarek@yahoo.com



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