About the List
Entry Level Contract signings bring in alot of hype both around both NHL teams and fantasy hockey teams for many. This is the first part of my five-part series on this topic that will feature 15 players.
This list is of what looks to be the best of the past year's ELC signings and only includes players that have not played in any regular season or post-season NHL games. Meaning that Brandon Saad, Mark Scheifele, Sean Couturier and others are not included.
Updated 05-24-2012 at 10:12 by Assistant Coach Guthe
Why Coyote Success Looks Like This
Despite making it to the Western Conference Finals, the Phoenix Coyotes past failures are a big reason why they are the type of team they are today. Their failure to draft and make good decisions with prospects since moving to Phoenix from Winnipeg, has plagued them. Compounded with that fact comes the financial issues and constant branding of "failure" for most of the 2000s. It sounds strange to say it but this
Ice hockey has been played in the city of Kingston, Ontario, as far back as 1843. Don Cherry will be quick to tell you that Kingston is the birth place of hockey. The franchise currently known as the Kingston Frontenacs, who play in the Ontario Hockey League have been in existence since 1945 and have also been known as the Canadiens and the Raiders. While Kingston hockey is rich in its history, recent history has not been very prosperous. In fact, the Frontenacs currently own the second longest
With the 2011-12 NHL season just beginning fantasy hockey players are frantically searching for late round sleeper picks and hidden gems. This list is your key to help with drafting those dark horse players. Some of these players may emerge from obscurity to fantasy hockey relevance this season.
10. Andy Miele, Phoenix
The Phoenix Coyotes won the sweepstakes to sign college sensation and last year's Hobey Baker winner. Miele has begun to draw comparisons to players like
By Peter Harling
As the 2011-12 season approaches and fantasy poolies prepare their lists for the draft seeking that edge. It is important to identify players that will have a break out season or find the sleeper picks. Equally important is to be prepared to know which players are likely to produce fewer points than the previous season.
Many poolies go into a draft armed only with last seasons scoring leaders. Unfortunately I donít know of any pools that count the previous