Campkin gives you his “All-Geek” team – this year’s top fantasy performers
With the season concluding later this evening, I have to say that it has been a lot of fun to have the opportunity to do some writing for Fantasy Hockey Geek and the Dobber Sports Network. Hopefully everybody has enjoyed the articles and used any insight I may have brought to help secure you a victory in your league. Now that the most leagues are pretty much done I want to take the opportunity to look back at some of the players I profiled and present my 2013 All-Geek Team.
Before I dive into it, I would like to clarify that I am not saying these guys are necessarily the best in the league or even the most valuable players in fantasy hockey. If you want to find that, then I would suggest checking out Angus' incredible Prime Cuts series. The All-Geek Team is simply a compilation of players who I profiled early this season who (if you acted on) would surely be helping your team to victory. Without further ado, I give you the 2013 All-Geek Team:
In this article I will be referencing players' value in two league formats: Yahoo! Standard (12 team league 2xC, 2xRW, 2xLW, 4xD measuring G, A, +/-, PPP, SOG, PIM) and Dobber Pro (12 team league 4xC, 4xRW, 4xLW, 6xD, measuring G, A, +/-, PPP, SOG, Hit). All numbers are as of Wed April 25th.
D1: PK Subban
As the first ever Geek of the Week, I will always hold a special spot for PK Subban. Back in September, I wrote about how Subban was severely underrated in leagues of most formats even if you assumed that he wouldn't improve on his 2011-12 production and I added that Subban was especially attractive because he has the upside to provide even more. Well PK didn't disappoint with a Norris-caliber 2013 season, dominating most common fantasy categories with elite production from the back end: