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On today’s show, Chris Meaney joins Gabriel Morency to breakdown the playoff race in the Eastern Conference. Which two teams do they think will get in?
Sven Andrighetto & Nick Bonino are just two of the many players who are scheduled to play four times during Week 22 of the Fantasy Hockey season. For some this is the final week until playoffs begin and for others the time is now which means you should use all your moves by taking advantage of the 14 teams that play four games. Meaney has an option from each team owned in fewer than 50 percent of leagues.
Chris Meaney scans the Fantasy Hockey waiver wire as Week 21 of the season has seven teams playing four times including the Toronto Maple Leafs who have a couple kids who may be worth a roster spot for the week. Also a couple faces in new places leaving an early mark on their new teams such as Jamie McGinn & Patrick Maroon.
Chris Meaney scans the Fantasy Hockey waiver wire as Week 20 of the season has 12 teams playing at least four times including Ottawa’s Mika Zibanejad and Pittsburgh’s Carl Hagelin. Meaney provides a pick-up from all 12 teams and fills you in on the injury front.
On today’s show, Gabriel Morency is joined by Chris Meaney to breakdown tonight’s 9-game slate in the NHL. Find out why Gabe thinks the Nashville Predators are the lock of the night.
Chris Meaney scans the Fantasy Hockey waiver wire as Week 19 of the season has 11 teams playing four times including Arizona’s Martin Hanzal and Michael Stone. Meaney provides a pick-up from all 11 teams and fills you in on the injury front.
Chris Meaney scans the Fantasy Hockey waiver wire as Week 18 of the season has nine teams playing four times including Anaheim’s David Perron and Dallas’ Patrick Eaves. Meaney provides a pick-up from all nine teams and lets you know if you should bother keeping Rick Nash or Carey Price with it being this late in the season.
Matt Best from FNTSY Sports Network talks about some James van Riemsdyk replacements. He also goes through streamable goalie options for week 14 of the Fantasy Hockey season as well as who you should drop and pick up in your league.
Chris Meaney from FNTSY Sports Network checks in with his Fantasy Hockey Week 2 Preview. He takes a look at the schedule for the week, suggests a few players who should be picked up, dropped or sold and he also identifies value in players with top six roles on Daily Fantasy sites.