In fantasy football, playing rankings and top whatever lists are crucial to draft strategy. Hockey’s a little bit different.
Most fantasy football leagues are the same at its roots with some minor variations here and there like PPR leagues and individual defensive players. The standard is golden, making general rankings from the experts more applicable to the average league.
In hockey, almost every league is different. If your league just uses points and wins, then Connor McDavid and Andrei Vasilevskiy are your guys. If there’s shots, Alex Ovechkin and Brent Burns shoot up the rankings. If there’s penalty minutes, then Tom Wilson is basically Wayne Gretzky. That’s not even to mention that leagues can either use points (correct) or categories (incorrect) to decide the winner. There’s so many different variations, general ranking are less applicable to a large majority of fantasy hockey managers.
We’re going to do it anyways.
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