Fantasy hockey is one of those sports where we don’t want to be the guy who only wins one game. Or the guy who doesn’t make the playoffs. We want to be the guy who wins the Stanley Cup, the guy who wins the MVP, and the guy who wins the Hart. We want to be the guy who, no matter the outcome, we are going to be the guy who is the best.
We want to be the guy who wins the Stanley Cup. We want to win the Stanley Cup. We want to win the MVP. We want to win the Hart. We want to always be the guy who is the best.
This year’s fantasy hockey rankings are the first (and what we hope will be the last) of a new series that we are calling a “Fantasy Hockey Rankings 2016-17.” The idea behind these rankings is to get rid of the “you’ll be the best” mentality that gets in the way of real hockey players and fans. Instead of trying to prove your worth to the league, you want to set your own goals.
The idea behind these rankings is to make it easier to find your next star. The same goes for any other player you want to draft, draft for a specific reason, draft with a specific purpose in mind, or draft that you have no clue how to do. We want to make it easier to find your next superstar, and to help our fans find the next great fantasy player they can root for.
And that’s why fantasy hockey is such a fun sport. It’s easy to have fun with it.
Let’s set the bar high for the 2016-17 season and see just how much fantasy hockey has to offer.
So let’s get it started. This season the goal for fantasy hockey is to find a star who you want to draft.
The fantasy leagues we’re offering are a great way to get started with a specific star. With our Fantasy Hockey Rankings, we’ll look at your favorite player’s overall draft position, top fantasy point totals, and more to help you pick your next great fantasy player.
Top fantasy point totals? That’s right, those are the best fantasy points you can get. Well now we can find those numbers by analyzing the fantasy points of the top fantasy players. Now here’s the exciting part: You can use this tool to find players who you think are going to be in top fantasy leagues this season. So let’s start by examining the top 100 fantasy point totals. The top 100 fantasy point totals are shown in the following graph.
Now that you have that graph you can see that there are several players who are tied for the top 100 fantasy points. If you’re looking for a top 100 fantasy point scorer, these would be your first stop. Just to be clear, you can’t use this tool to find a top 100 fantasy point scorer.