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Frozen Tools Forensics – Pleasant Surprise Starts

By |2018-10-26T07:57:51-04:00October 26th, 2018|Frozen Tools Forensics|

  Last week we covered some names out there in the fantasy universe bringing dismay to their owners early in the season. This week, let's embrace positivity that would make any human resources department gleeful and look at some players who are providing nice value despite lack of name brand recognition for their respective squads. [...]

Frozen Tools Forensics: Early Season Deployment

By |2018-10-19T08:02:10-04:00October 19th, 2018|Frozen Tools Forensics|

  Now a couple of weeks into the fantasy hockey regular season, we can assess some scenarios that are unfolding on teams across the league that are not to the liking of specific individual’s owners. The following players are ones we need to be patient with although I deem their current deployments as undesirable. Nobody [...]

Frozen Tools Forensics: Jaden Schwartz

By |2018-09-28T08:13:45-04:00September 28th, 2018|Frozen Tools Forensics|

  One of the busier teams this summer, the St. Louis Blues are all in on an attempt to be Stanley Cup Champions in 2018-19. A team boasting depth, you’ll find the likes of Alexander Steen on the third line and Jay Bouwmeester as a third pairing defenseman potentially. This team has no excuse to [...]

Frozen Tools Forensics: Duos Worth Draft Investment

By |2018-09-14T06:47:13-04:00September 14th, 2018|Frozen Tools Forensics|

  With the start of American football it means that hockey is on the horizon folks. Naturally, mock drafting is underway and I’ve started hitting the practice circuit on ESPN. I’ve noticed several players from the same team falling in drafts that fantasy managers should consider stacking. The following will not cost first and second [...]

Frozen Tools Forensics: Alex DeBrincat

By |2018-09-06T20:07:58-04:00September 7th, 2018|Frozen Tools Forensics|

  It seems like ages ago when the Chicago Blackhawks ran the gauntlet and established their dynasty era with three Stanley Cup victories over the course of six seasons. Now though with captain Jonathan Toews not attaining the 60-point plateau in three campaigns, while potentially entering an early decline at only 30 years old, things [...]

Frozen Tools Forensics: Martin Jones

By |2018-08-31T08:21:52-04:00August 31st, 2018|Frozen Tools Forensics|

  With the long term signings of power forward Evander Kane, utility center Logan Couture, the return of a healthy, albeit older Joe Thornton, and improved youngsters the likes of Timo Meier and Kevin Labanc, there’s plenty to like at the Shark Tank in 2018-19. You’ll hear a bevy of names when the team is [...]

Frozen Tools Forensics: Bo Horvat

By |2018-08-24T09:17:21-04:00August 24th, 2018|Frozen Tools Forensics|

  Already entering his fifth season after what seems like yesterday, Bo Horvat has become an impressive player in the league at only 23 years of age. With each passing campaign he has gained more and more usage on ice and now in the post-Sedins era he, alongside sniper Brock Boeser and tantalizing Elias Pettersson, [...]

Frozen Pool Forensics: Pay The Man – Part 2

By |2018-08-10T09:00:51-04:00August 10th, 2018|Frozen Tools Forensics|

  In continuation of last week’s piece, let’s look at another batch of players heading for unrestricted free agency in the summer of 2019, barring a prior contract signing.    Tyler Seguin   Blossoming into one of the most consistent offensive forwards in the league since coming to Texas five seasons ago, Tyler Seguin finds [...]

Frozen Tools Forensics: Mats Zuccarello

By |2018-07-27T07:35:00-04:00July 27th, 2018|Frozen Tools Forensics|

  It’s amazing what a year’s time can do to a team’s makeup in personnel. Case in point the New York Rangers, who for the first time in what honestly seems like ever, are entering a legitimate youth-oriented rebuild. In looking at potential forward lines under new coach David Quinn, there is but one winger [...]