Welcome to the GoaliePost

Justin Goldman

2011-08-29

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It is with great honor that I announce today as the grand re-opening of the GoaliePost website. The latest addition to the Dobber Sports Network also completes the transformation of my School of Block column into a new column, one that reveals the wide array of fantasy goalie weapons you'll find at GP.

 

I call this new column the GoaliePost to honor the alliance and pact that was created between three comrades – Dobber, Goldman and Hillen – back on March 25. What was the purpose of this joining of forces, you ask? To make you a better poolie by providing you with an advanced set of fantasy goalie tools you simply can't find anywhere else.

 

For the past four years, I have provided you with unique and somewhat "avant-garde" analysis of the goaltending position. But I can safely say that the time has come for me to consider all of Dobber Nation as School of Block graduates. Thanks to this new alliance, it's time for all of you to take the next step and hit the battlefield with some solid updates and advice that will help you during the week.

 

GoaliePost memberships include a ton of value for just $9.99 plus tax. Check out the membership details here and then purchase one in Dobber's online store to start taking advantage of some great season preview analysis and draft advice you won't find elsewhere!

 

But the value doesn't stop there. I'm also offering up a FREE issue of my all-new 2011-12 NHL Goaltenders Style Guide. This digital journal will be released before Opening Night and includes a breakdown of 60 NHL goalies by not only analyzing their style, but by previewing their upcoming season and providing some fantasy advice as well. This is a $9.99 value, but given to GoaliePost members for free if you sign up before October 1. Click here to see a preview page of the Style Guide.

 

So what will you find in the new GoaliePost weekly update? Essentially a mirror image of the GoaliePost premium section.

 

That means you can expect things like a list of starters primed to succeed for the upcoming week, and quick recaps on the top fantasy goalies from the previous week. I'll definitely provide advice on matchup strength for certain goalie and current performance trends for others. Finally, due to an area of fantasy goaltending that continues to rise in importance, I'll provide a steady set of updates on the best dark horses, hidden gems and sleepers.

 

In order to give you a glimpse at what you'll find inside GoaliePost (the website and this revamped column), here is an example of what you can come