by Kaz Andrew
Isn’t daily fantasy sports gaming one of the best innovations made for a sports fan? Not only do you enjoy the thrill of the sport, you have the ability to recreate and be involved in it through playing daily fantasy sports. One of the daily fantasy sports that I am part of is fantasy hockey. It may not be the most popular daily fantasy sports out there, but I love watching ice hockey, which makes me enjoy playing fantasy sports even more.
Now, when you play fantasy hockey, you want to win games right? You are there and in it to, well, win it. We want to help you out so these are tips that we have researched and have learned through the years of playing daily fantasy sports. We hope that you find it useful and hopefully win money or pride by being the team manager of a winning fantasy hockey team in your daily fantasy sports league.
First, we shall give you advice when getting forwards. The number one tip is to always make sure that you have star players in your draft. These star players are also known as power players. Your draft should definitely consist of power players. After all, the NHL has about 30 teams and these teams each have their own power players. Why choose a player with no power when the team you can build should have all star players only? The only exception of you having non-power players is when your hockey fantasy pool has more than 12 teams.
The second tip we have for you is always avoid a player with either a very high or an extremely low assist-to¬-goal ratio. The logic behind it is very simple: great passers suffer more compared to goal scorers. The thing is, scoring seems to accumulate points in most leagues’ scoring category. On the other hand, a very high goal-to-assist ratio would result in a player revealing he really is a great offensive weapon, but is simply lucky to score.
Moving on to another tip, not everyone will agree to this, but do not draft rookies in your fantasy hockey team. The truth is, in the NFL, prime power roles are not really given to rookies on the onset. So if you want to win, avoid getting rookies and stick with the effective players. Of course, you might be the type of owner who wants to be known as the person who discovered a rookie star. If that is the case, go ahead and knock yourself out. It may be possible that a rookie really might turn out to be the next breakout star, although, they usually do not turn out that way.
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