Fantasy Hockey - A Guide to Hotshot Rookies of 2010
Fantasy Hockey: A Guide to Hotshot Rookies of 2010
We all love fantasy hockey not just because we're big National Hockey League (NHL) fans, but also because we like the idea of competing and using our skills to dominate and win. So if you are like us, you love fantasy hockey and winning. Here's a guide to fantasy hockey rookies who will rule the ice.
Remember, it may take an NFL rookie to boost your fantasy hockey draft. It has been proven in many occasions that fantasy hockey rookies can give your draft that unexpected edge, although, don't set your expectations too high.
Here is a list of players who have the potential to do good statistics-wise in this 2010-2011 NFL season.Perhaps you would want to welcome Tyler Ennis and include him in your fantasy hockey team.He plays for the Buffalo Sabares as a forward and is only 20 years old.
Ennis had a very promising performance playing in the off-season. His performance was the reason why he was recognize by the NHL crowd. Ennis is small but tough and he garnered an impressive 9 points in 10 games the previous season. He can also brag of a 4 point collection in 6 NHL playoff games. Ennis is predicted to be able to have a top-six shift and can score 35-40.
The next rookie is 18 year old Taylor Hall. Hall is a forward for the Edmonton Oilers. Taylor Hall has been bestowed a grand title of being "the complete package." Hall is the leading player of the newly-resurrected team of the Oilers. Some say Hall's game is still to be tested under intense pressure. Others also say it is torture to watch him play defense in the NFL. The more positive response to Taylor Hall is that he will get better as he gets his time on the ice. Hall is very competent in taking that hockey puck and pushing it to the net with skill, suave, speed and strength. He is expected to do a 40 point plateau.
Then there is John Carlson, a defenseman for the Washington Capitals to check out. Carlson is 20 years old and another rookie to watch out for. John Carlson played 22 regular season games and he was able to register top 4 mins. in the Capitals' playoff before eventually losing to the Montreal team. He is expected to do a 30-point score for his team. Positively, he is monickered as a 'dynamic player'.Whether you decide to take our advice or not for the drafting of your fantasy hockey team, always remember that winning the fantasy leagues takes skill and tons of research. Enjoy the game and good luck!