The last night of round one featured a little of everything for the fantasy hockey fan and even an exclamation point to one of the greatest comebacks in round one history.
The fantasy hockey world did not have much to scream about from the offensive side on Friday as the goaltending took center stage.
Team USA has many goaltender options but narrowing them down will be a difficult task.
It’s difficult in the best of circumstances to predict goaltender regression in fantasy hockey but using penalty kill rates can help owners attempt to predict that regression.
On Thursday I wrote about how a team’s possession rates probably won’t make a goalie’s stats much worse unless the goalie was terrible to begin with (Steve Mason), but how a team’s penalty killing can affect just about any goaltender for better (James Reimer in 2013) or for worse (James Reimer from 2010-2012). There’s a
For the second straight night, the Chicago Blackhawks steamrolled the defending champion L.A. Kings to take a 2-0 series lead. Jonathan Quick did his best to keep the Kings in Game 1, but he would not provide them with the luxury of elite goaltending on Sunday night. Instead, the Chicago Blackhawks became the first team