Revision history for FantasyHockey


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Last edited on 2013-04-09 10:29:38 by JakeFord
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**Notes from Class**
Maybe try using anchors (to move up and down a page)
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Edited on 2013-04-09 05:57:03 by MorganAdmin
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[Looks good. Try it out. mcm]]


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Edited on 2013-04-02 11:14:43 by JakeFord
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Being in three fantasy leagues myself with both successful and unsuccessful teams, I'm aware of a lot of statistical pages to research and can look at a ton of players both from the perspective of having them on my team and playing against them. I will also examine line combinations and players news from a number of sites. The NHL trade deadline is Wednesday, April 3, so there will be a lot of player movement and a lot to consider going forward, fantasy-wise in hockey. There is a lot to look at.
There will be links to player performances from this year worked into the article. This will show the reader what I'm talking about and will allow me to keep the article more concise, but still informative. I also hope to include some links to video of some of what I'm talking about--so you can actually see the skill and judge for yourself whether or not the points the players are because of luck or skill (or a bit of both).
Because I will try to put an emphasis on using links and keeping ancillary words out of this one, I'm hoping for this article to be 800-1,000 words (hopefully closer to 800 or maybe even fewer--I want the links to be a big focal point).
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Being in three fantasy leagues myself with both successful and unsuccessful teams, I have access to lot of statistical pages to research and can look at a ton of players both from the perspective of having them on my team and playing against them. I will also examine line combinations and players news from a number of sites. The NHL trade deadline is Wednesday, April 3, so there will be a lot of player movement and a lot to consider going forward, fantasy-wise in hockey. There is a lot to look at.
There will be links to player performances from this year worked into the article. This will show the reader what I'm talking about and will allow me to keep the article more concise. I also hope to include some links to video of some of what I'm talking about--so you can actually see the skill and judge for yourself whether or not the points the players are because of luck or skill (or a bit of both).
Because I will try to put an emphasis on using links and keeping ancillary words out of this one, I'm hoping for this article to be 800-1,000 words, hopefully closer to 800.


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Edited on 2013-04-02 10:06:26 by JakeFord
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I will write an article about fantasy hockey in this NHL lockout-shortened season. Last time there was an NHL lockout, a lot of unlikely players had big seasons and vice versa. I will go over which players I think will sustain their performance for the rest of the season and into next year and which players have been the most/least valuable going forward. There is a good chance there will be a lot of lists in the article based on all these different categories.
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I will write an article about fantasy hockey in this NHL lockout-shortened season. Last time there was an NHL lockout, a lot of unlikely players had big seasons and vice versa.


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Edited on 2013-04-02 10:02:59 by JakeFord
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I will write an article about fantasy hockey in this NHL lockout-shortened season. Last time there was an NHL lockout, a lot of unlikely players had big seasons and vice versa.
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I will


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Edited on 2013-04-02 10:01:23 by JakeFord
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Shortened Season Fantasy (will probably change)
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State(s) of Hockey


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The oldest known version of this page was created on 2013-04-02 09:49:07 by JakeFord
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