I saw the thread below, mods feel free to merge this all together if you like.
McKeens-Out in some places (Western Estimate: September 16-23)
Fantasy Hockey Wire-Out Now
UPP-End of September
Hockey: The Magazine-Out Now
Fantasy Hockey Coach-Out Now
Fantasy Hockey Scouts-Out Now
Fantasy Hockey Standard-Out Now
7th Player Guide-Out Now
Feel free to add your own guides in here as well, as well as any predictions and opinions!
Last edited by Paralyzer008: 09-14-2011 at 04:58 PM.
-Crosby top scorer (117 points) and goal scoring leader (55 goals)
-Ovechkin and Stamkos at 50 goals each
-Havlat with 4 points more than Heatley (71 for Havlat, 67 for Heatley)
-66 points for Jagr
-Mike Green the best scorer on defense with 73 points
-Top 10 rookie point:
1 Ryan Nugent-Hopkins (55)
2 Brayden Schenn (50)
3 Ryan Johansen (45)
4 Gabriel Landeskog (44)
5 Jonathan Huberdeau (35)
6 Stephane Da Costa (33)
7 Marc-Andre Gragnani (33)
8 Ryan Ellis (33)
9 Nino Niederreiter (32)
10 Matt Taormina (31)
-Crosby top scorer (117 points) and goal scoring leader (55 goals)-Only if he gets over injuries 100 percent
-Ovechkin and Stamkos at 50 goals each-Possible
-Havlat with 4 points more than Heatley (71 for Havlat, 67 for Heatley)-Wouldn't be surprised
-66 points for Jagr-i'm thinking a little too much
-Mike Green the best scorer on defense with 73 points-Bold considering that Carlson is stepping up
-Top 10 rookie point:
1 Ryan Nugent-Hopkins (55)-i dunno if he makes it
2 Brayden Schenn (50)-not bad
3 Ryan Johansen (45)-dont think so, he is behind Nash/Brassard already, might not make the team
4 Gabriel Landeskog (44)-too high, i'd say 27
5 Jonathan Huberdeau (35)-dont think he makes it
6 Stephane Da Costa (33)-about right
7 Marc-Andre Gragnani (33)-on the 3rd pairing i doubt it
8 Ryan Ellis (33)-maybe, but im thinking less
9 Nino Niederreiter (32)-not bad
10 Matt Taormina (31)-could get less or more, big darkhorse.
The above statement doesn't apply to Dobber's, available today on http://www.dobberhockey.com/. It comes out early, but they update it all the way through the beginning of october. Best one out there imo. Get the prospect report too.
It seems to me that most of these guides focus on the upcoming season. I am starting a new keeper league, are there any guides that would be more suitable for that type of research?
I'm doing most of my research on my own, so I don't really want to waste money on a guide that only tells me half the story.
Most guides are only for one year, so when it comes to keepers, it's pretty much all research. Some guides can prepare a bit, like McKeens, Forecaster, and Dobber as the most mainstream ones, but it would be great if someone could find a keeper league guide.