The following articles were authored by Tony M

The Doc’s Fantasy Football Rest of the Season Rankings

You’ll have more microphones in your face if you keep up the great play, Mr. Williams.

Now that we have eight solid weeks of statistics in the books in the 2013 NFL season, more than half of the fantasy football regular season is over and you are probably looking towards the stretch run to clinch a first round bye in the playoffs or to make a run at the playoffs. It is time (if you have not done so already) to start setting your roster each week based on a players’ production thus far and how you think they will fair during the week and not on who has the more household name. Once again, the injury bug unfortunately struck the NFL world and we lost a few players for the season during week 8. Most notably, the notorious injury bug caught Mike Williams and Brandon Gibson, just to name a few. We thus see a few players who were either deep down on the big board or even off the board completely move up significantly in the rest of the season rankings.
 
With that, here are my most post week 8 rest of the season rankings, which will be updated after the final week 9 game has ended.
 


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A 24-year fantasy sports veteran and a California and New York licensed corporate attorney by day, I am the managing editor/senior writer/general counsel of FantasyTrade411.com. I am also a member of the Fantasy Sports Writers Association and am also contributor to RotoGrinders.com, FantasyPros.com, TheFakeHockey.com, Draftday.com and FantasyFeud.com. Please feel free to contact me at any time on twitter @TheTonyM with your fantasy sports questions. Be sure to listen to my podcast “Sports Counseling with the Doc and Slim” with my radio partner, Michael Clifford (aka @SlimCliffy) on the Fantasy Trade 411 Radio Network.

 

The Doc’s Fantasy Football Rest of Season Rankings

Yep – Josh McCown has made it onto my Big Board for the rest of the season.

Now that we have seven solid weeks of statistics in the books in the 2013 NFL season, it is time to throw away our draft rankings and not look at names. It is time (if you have not done so already) to start setting your roster each week based on a players’ production thus far and how you think they will fair during the week and not on who has the more household name. Moreover, the injury bug has unfortunately struck again and we lost a few players for the season during week 7. Most notably, the notorious bug caught Reggie Wayne, Sam Bradford and Jermichael Finley, just to name a few. We thus see a few players who were either deep down on the big board or even off the board completely move up significantly in the rest of the season rankings.
 
With that, here are my most post week 7 rest of the season rankings, which will be updated after the final week 8 game has ended.
 

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A 24-year fantasy sports veteran and a California and New York licensed corporate attorney by day, I am the managing editor/senior writer/general counsel of FantasyTrade411.com. I am also a member of the Fantasy Sports Writers Association and am also contributor to RotoGrinders.com, FantasyPros.com, TheFakeHockey.com, Draftday.com and FantasyFeud.com. Please feel free to contact me at any time on twitter @TheTonyM with your fantasy sports questions. Be sure to listen to my podcast “Sports Counseling with the Doc and Slim” with my radio partner, Michael Clifford (aka @SlimCliffy) on the Fantasy Trade 411 Radio Network.
 

The Doc’s Fantasy Football Rest of the Season Rankings

Yep – that’s us fantasy owners calling you, Harry. Please and thank you.

Now that we have six solid weeks of statistics in the books in the 2013 NFL season, some players are beginning to emerge from the abyss while others are dropping down the big board either due to poor performance or, sadly, injury. Most notably, the notorious injury bug caught many of our favorite fantasy stars – Julio Jones (last week), DeMarco Murray and Randall Cobb, just to name a few. We thus see a few players who were either deep down on the big board or even off the board completely move up significantly in the rest of the season rankings. For example, Harry Douglas and *gulp* Brandon Jacobs are now relevant.
 
With that, here are my most post week 6 rest of the season rankings, which will be updated after the final week 7 game has ended.
 

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 A 24-year fantasy sports veteran and a California and New York licensed corporate attorney by day, I am the managing editor/senior writer/general counsel of FantasyTrade411.com. I am also a member of the Fantasy Sports Writers Association and am also contributor to RotoGrinders.com, FantasyPros.com, TheFakeHockey.com, Draftday.com and FantasyFeud.com. Please feel free to contact me at any time on twitter @TheTonyM with your fantasy sports questions. Be sure to listen to my podcast “Sports Counseling with the Doc and Slim” with my radio partner, Michael Clifford (aka @SlimCliffy) on the Fantasy Trade 411 Radio Network.

 

The Doc’s Fantasy Football Week 6 Rankings – October 11, 2013

Yeah – I don’t know if you’re a go this week either.

With just one game in the books in this week 6 of the NFL fantasy football season already, we still have a full slate of games ahead of us to dissect, analyze and overanalyze before Sunday. When setting your lineups for this week, please remember that the Miami Dophins and Atlanta Falcons both are on byes this week. Reports out this morning have stated that Rob Gronkowski, who was expected by (finally) this week, is likely not ready. Then again, this could be yet another Patriot-smoke screen. If you took Gronk in the 5th or 6th rounds back in August and early September and have held onto him for this long, I know you want to roll him out no matter what, but please ensure he is active on Sunday
 
With that, here are my most week 6 fantasy football rankings, which will be updated at least once a day right up until kickoff. Please keep in mind to not over-analyze your sit/start questions. Generally, you always start the “best” players and only use matchups when analyzing players that are close in value.
 

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A few items to note: I have moved Danny Woodhead up significantly with Ryan Mathews expected to be out; temper your expectations on hot waiver wire pickup, Terrance Williams, if Miles Austin is a go; Garrett Graham is a top 10 TE option with Owen Daniels out; if Anthony Fasano is inactive, bump up Sean McGrath a few spots in deeper leagues; and, please keep an eye out on Sunday morning on Calvin Johnson and his knee – if he does not go, look for Matt Stafford to rely on his two TEs, Brandon Pettigrew and Tony Scheffler.
 
A 24-year fantasy sports veteran and a California and New York licensed corporate attorney by day, I am the managing editor/senior writer/general counsel of FantasyTrade411.com. I am also a member of the Fantasy Sports Writers Association and am also contributor to RotoGrinders.com, FantasyPros.com, TheFakeHockey.com, Draftday.com and FantasyFeud.com. Please feel free to contact me at any time on twitter @TheTonyM with your fantasy sports questions. Be sure to listen to my podcast “Sports Counseling with the Doc and Slim” with my radio partner, Michael Clifford (aka @SlimCliffy) on the Fantasy Trade 411 Radio Network.
 

The Doc’s Fantasy Football Rest of Season Rankings

You should be smiling, Alshon. Welcome to the big boy club!

Now that we have five solid weeks of statistics in the books in the 2013 NFL season, some players are beginning to emerge from the abyss while others are dropping down the big board either due to poor performance or, sadly, injury. Most notably, a few Bears have jumped up the board (Jay Cutler, Alshon Jeffrey) as have a few Chargers (Phil Rivers, Keenan Allen, Danny Woodhead). On the other hand, Julio Jones is done for the season (thus bumping up Harry Douglas) and Owen Daniels’ injury pushes Garrett Graham into relevance.
 
With that, here are my most post week 5 rest of the season rankings, which will be updated after the final week 6 game has ended.
 

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A 24-year fantasy sports veteran and a California and New York licensed corporate attorney by day, I am the managing editor/senior writer/general counsel of FantasyTrade411.com. I am also a member of the Fantasy Sports Writers Association and am also contributor to RotoGrinders.com, FantasyPros.com, TheFakeHockey.com, Draftday.com and FantasyFeud.com. Please feel free to contact me at any time on twitter @TheTonyM with your fantasy sports questions. Be sure to listen to my podcast “Sports Counseling with the Doc and Slim” with my radio partner, Michael Clifford (aka @SlimCliffy) on the Fantasy Trade 411 Radio Network.

The Doc’s Fantasy Football Rest of the Season Rankings – October 2, 2013

Dude – why the sad face? You’re on top of my WR rankings!

Now that we have four solid weeks of statistics in the books in the 2013 NFL season, the glass is starting to become just a tad less opaque. In comparing my preseason rankings to those below, you will notice that some of your favorite (or, rather, least favorite) players have shifted up or down the totem pole. Most notably, other than Victor Cruz, all New York Giants have taken a hit in my rest of the way rankings. Brian Hoyer has jumped up the QB standings and Mr. 2011, Phillip Rivers, has soared up from the abyss along with his trusty TE, Antonio Gates.
 
With that, here are my post week 4, rest of the season rankings, which will be updated at least once a week.
 

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A 24-year fantasy sports veteran and a California and New York licensed corporate attorney by day, I am the managing editor/senior writer/general counsel of FantasyTrade411.comI am also a member of the Fantasy Sports Writers Association and am also contributor to RotoGrinders.comFantasyPros.comTheFakeHockey.com and FantasyFeud.com. Please feel free to contact me at any time on twitter @TheTonyM with your fantasy sports questions. Be sure to listen to my podcast “Sports Counseling with the Doc and Slim” with my radio partner, Michael Clifford (aka @SlimCliffy) on the Fantasy Trade 411 Radio Network.

 

2013-2014 NHL Fantasy Hockey Rankings

Do you believe this “youngster” now has two Cup titles? Believe it.

With only hours until the first puck drops on opening night of the 2013-2014 NHL season, I am proud to present my initial fantasy hockey rankings. This is the first season that our friends over at FantasyPros.com have hosted NHL rankings so please make sure to give these a read. Much like our fantasy baseball rankings, these fantasy hockey rankings will be updated weekly. The goal there will be to provide “rest of the season” rankings so that you can analyze trade offers and otherwise determine who to play on any given night (typically Thursdays, Fridays and the weekends) when you have an abundance of players available.
 
If you are ever curious as to how I go who to start on any given night, please reach out to me on Twitter @TheTonyM.  For now, enjoy and good luck this fantasy hockey season!
 


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A 24-year fantasy sports veteran and a California and New York licensed corporate attorney by day, I am the managing editor/senior writer/general counsel of FantasyTrade411.com. I am also a member of the Fantasy Sports Writers Association and am also contributor to RotoGrinders.com, FantasyPros.com, TheFakeHockey.com and FantasyFeud.com. Please feel free to contact me at any time on twitter @TheTonyM with your fantasy sports questions. Be sure to listen to my podcast “Sports Counseling with the Doc and Slim” with my radio partner, Michael Clifford (aka @SlimCliffy) on the Fantasy Trade 411 Radio Network.

NHL Fantasy Hockey FanDuel Lineup for October 1, 2013

Max will start your 2013-2014 season off right.

Ah, yes! Day one of the 2013-2014 fantasy hockey is upon us. After a bittersweet shortened season, there will be a full NHL season, which means more days for those grinders to put some cash into your pocket each month.
 
If you are ever curious as to how I go about setting my daily fantasy hockey lineups each day, please read this piece. If you have questions, please reach out to me on Twitter (@TheTonyM).
 
My 10/1/13 NHL Lineup at FanDuel
 
LW: Devin Setoguchi – $4,400
LW: Max Pacioretty – $7,100
RW: Blake Wheeler – $6,500
RW: Phil Kessel – $7,600
C: Jonathan Toews – $8,300
C: Alex Galchenyuk – $3,400
D: Dustin Byfuglien – $5,700
D: Cody Franson – $ 4,600
G: Ondrej Pavelec – $7,400
 
I initially started out with Corey Crawford in net, but then realized he was too expensive and was facing a Washington Capitals team that has the capability of putting up points. I believe the Blackhawks win that game (as do the sharps), but I went with Pavelec in net as he was the cheapest option and the sharps have the Jets/Oilers game as likely hitting the under of 5.5 goals. Moreover, as of this publication, 84% of sharps are on the visiting team. Hence, Pavelec gets the nod. The Jets finished up last regular season on fire and I expect them to score some goals against Devan Dubnyk. I am rolling out the team’s RW from its second line (Devin Setoguchi) and their first first line RW (Blake Wheeler). I wanted to start Brandon Saad at $4,300, but he is expected to start the season off on the Blackhawk’s third line. For me, the most intriguing game is the Canadiens/Leafs game. The home team is favored with a -125 moneyline (ML) adn the sharps are on the Habs. My play from this game is LW Max Pacioretty who started the season off as a bargain player and slowly built up a higher price tag on all sites.  The rest of my roster is filled up with first line players and/or players who are expected to log ice time on the power play unit.
 
As I set my lineups well before the games are played in any given night, please make sure you check my Twitter timeline close to the first puck drop to see if I have made any swaps. Again, and I cannot stress this enough, as always, the one item that I have not yet nailed down as of this posting is which netminder I want in my lineup. This is the one item that I may change prior to the lock and I do my best to make the change at least 15 minutes before the first puck drops.
 
Access to Daily Gaming Sites
 
If you have not signed up for the daily gaming sites on which I will base my lineups each day, feel free to sign up that day using the links provided. No matter how well you are doing in your 2013-2013 fantasy hockey season, it is never too late to head over to a daily gaming site, draft a new team for any night’s NHL action and enjoy watching the games!
 
A 24-year fantasy sports veteran and a California and New York licensed corporate attorney by day, I am the managing editor/senior writer/general counsel of FantasyTrade411.com. I am also a member of the Fantasy Sports Writers Association and am also contributor to RotoGrinders.com, FantasyPros.com, TheFakeHockey.com and FantasyFeud.com. Please feel free to contact me at any time on twitter @TheTonyM with your fantasy sports questions. Be sure to listen to my podcast “Sports Counseling with the Doc and Slim” with my radio partner, Michael Clifford (aka @SlimCliffy) on the Fantasy Trade 411 Radio Network.

Daily Fantasy Hockey Primer For The 2013-2014 Season

Do you have the cash to pay for this man every night he plays?

It has been a busy past few months since the end of the “2012”- 2013 NHL season – we have all been through a full fantasy baseball season and have started out the 2013 fantasy football season. And for those of you bold enough, you have also started out your 2013 college football fantasy season. On top of all of this, you have already prepared for and drafted your 2013-2014 fantasy hockey team. Yes, there will be a full NHL season, which means more days that daily fantasy sports grinders have to roll out an NHL lineup.
 
As readers to this site know, the daily fantasy lineups that were posted here last year cashed on about 83% of nights using the low dollar 50/50s as a marker. Hours of work goes into setting daily fantasy hockey lineups. This season, however, will be different in that all daily fantasy hockey lineups will be posted in our members’ only section. What happened last year was that when I posted a lineup on FanDuel, I would see my lineup played by upwards of 120 people across all different games. If the lineup finished towards the back-end of the 50/50, you may have cashed in, but you had to split that with 15 other grinders. That is not fun, but then again, you were getting free advice from me. I very much appreciate the thanks and accolades, but I also like earning money.  With that, if you want free lineups for this season, please make sure you ping me on Twitter (@TheTonyM), my colleague (@SlimCliffy) or the founder, Trader X (@FantasyTrade411) and we will get you set up with a membership. This year, I will also be posting lineups on at least four or five different daily gaming sites.
 
Please note that my daily posts will be significantly shortly this year as I will not be including the primer topics that I will cover in this piece. In each article, I will include a link to this piece as a reference. I will also likely update this piece over the course of the hockey season.
 
What is Daily Gaming? 
 
In case you had not noticed, “daily gaming” has made giant strides in the fantasy sports world over the past three years. Daily games in fantasy hockey allow you the opportunity to pick a new team of your favorite players each night. Depending on the type of game you play, you could earn thousands of dollars in any given contest. The best part about this is that, in the majority of U.S. states, it is all legal so you do not have to go around talking about how you risked “jelly beans”.
 
Once you have registered for an account at your favorite gaming site and have deposited, say, $10 using PayPal (and I know that you have spent $10 on worse habits such as buying a case, yes, a case of Milwaukee’s Best Ice), all you need to do is choose a $1, $2 or $535 matchup in the draft lobby, pick your roster while staying under the site’s given salary cap, and then sit back and enjoy watching your stats compile all night! I promise that it is a great and fun way to enjoy the NHL action on any given night and a simple way to win some quick cash if you know what you are doing (or if you follow my advice).
 
Daily Fantasy Hockey
 
Playing daily fantasy hockey during the playoffs is a very tricky task. If you want to win on any particular night, you really must hit on the goaltender on a winning team and you have to have at least three goal scorers. On FanDuel and DraftKings, you can win with depth players (who are often the ones who put the puck in the net with helpers from your stars) that have a high +/- rating for the night, who shoot the puck a ton or are troublemakers (as most sites reward players with points for penalty minutes (PIMs) and for “live” statistics such as hits and blocked shots).
 
Strategy
 
Now that we have covered the basics, I will post a lineup that I will use each night in a $109 game and a handful of 50/50 games to ensure some payout, which has been my strategy over the past two and a half weeks. More often than not, I have finished inside the top half in these 50/50 games and while the payout is small, it somewhat hedges your cash in your head-to-head matchup if you happen to face a shark in any given day. Just to be clear, I play in 50 player 50/50 games as it is much easier, in my opinion, to finish in the top 25 than it is to finish in the top 50% of a smaller 50/50 game. That said, I do roll out the cash for the larger payout 50/50s if I feel great about my squad.
 
The first thing I do on any given day is that I jot down some notes about the Vegas lines be it the money lines, over/unders and where the money is going. Some of the information I will write out is accessible to the public, but my information with respect to sharp money is sort of my own secret recipe to success. If I do not cover a game that you are interested in, please feel free to reach out to me.
 
The next thing I do is to take note of the lines that players are likely to play on that night. I use DailyFaceoff or LeftWingLock as my sources. Pay particular attention to the players who are likely to be on the first power play lines of teams with the best power play units. My good friend Neil Parker (@naparker77) provides great coverage on this topic over at TheFakeHockey.com.
 
Next, I take a look at which goaltenders are set to start that night. This is really no different than ensuring than daily fantasy baseball in which you have to ensure that your players are actually in their team’s starting lineup.
 
Now that you have all of your data written down or scribed in some form, take a look at, for example, FanDuel, and note of players’ salaries. Personally, I always start out selecting my goalie. I will take the cheapest goalie on the team that is likely (according to Vegas) to get a “W”. From there, I add a couple of core superstars and then add in the remaining puzzle pieces. At points during the season, you will almost feel obligated to play, for example, Sidney Crosby or Alex Ovechkin every night because you know that even though they come with a high price tag, you do not want to be the one daily fantasy player without them in the lineup. This situation happened during this baseball season when it was almost impossible to not play Miguel Cabrera or Chris Davis.
 
The hardest part about setting a daily fantasy hockey lineup is finding the bargain bin players. To do so, pay careful attention to a team’s lines and note whether a value player (in other words, a player with a cheap price tag) is playing with the first line or second line. It is a bonus if this value player is expected to see power play time.
 
As I set my lineups well before the games are played in any given night, please make sure you check my Twitter timeline close to the first puck drop to see if I have made any swaps. Again, and I cannot stress this enough, as always, the one item that I have not yet nailed down as of this posting is which netminder I want in my lineup. This is the one item that I may change prior to the lock and I do my best to make the change at least 15 minutes before the first puck drops.
 
Access to Daily Gaming Sites
 
If you have not signed up for the daily gaming sites on which I will base my lineups each day, feel free to sign up that day using the links provided. No matter how well you are doing in your 2013-2013 fantasy hockey season, it is never too late to head over to a daily gaming site, draft a new team for any night’s NHL action and enjoy watching the games!
 
A 24-year fantasy sports veteran and a California and New York licensed corporate attorney by day, I am the managing editor/senior writer/general counsel of FantasyTrade411.com. I am also a member of the Fantasy Sports Writers Association and am also contributor to RotoGrinders.com, FantasyPros.com, TheFakeHockey.com and FantasyFeud.com. Please feel free to contact me at any time on twitter @TheTonyM with your fantasy sports questions. Be sure to listen to my podcast “Sports Counseling with the Doc and Slim” with my radio partner, Michael Clifford (aka @SlimCliffy) on the Fantasy Trade 411 Radio Network.

NHL Fantasy Hockey FanDuel Lineup for May 11, 2013 (Sat-Sun Games)

I’ve literally waited all season to start Tuukka in net.

Playing daily fantasy hockey during the playoffs is a very tricky task. If you want to win on any particular night, you really must hit on the goaltender on a winning team and you have to have at least three goal scorers. In FanDuel, you can win with depth players (who are often the ones who put the puck in the net in the playoffs) that have a high +/- rating for the night, who shoot the puck a ton or are troublemakers.
 
This lineup on FanDuel locks at 7:00pm East / 4:00pm West on Saturday, but covers games on both Saturday and Sunday.
 
What is Daily Gaming?
 
In case you had not noticed, “daily gaming” has made giant strides in the fantasy sports world over the past two years. Daily games in fantasy hockey allow you the opportunity to pick a new team of your favorite players each night. Depending on the type of game you play, you could earn thousands of dollars in any given contest. The best part about this is that, in the majority of U.S. states, it is all legal so you do not have to go around talking about how you risked “jelly beans”.
 
Once you have registered for an account at FanDuel and have deposited $10 using PayPal (and I know that you have spent $10 on worse habits such as buying a case, yes, a case of Schlitz), all you need to do is choose a $1, $2 or $535 matchup in the draft lobby, pick your roster while staying under the $55,000 salary cap, and then sit back and enjoy watching your stats compile all night! I promise that it is a great and fun way to enjoy the NHL action on any given night and a simple way to win some quick cash if you know what you are doing (or if you follow my advice).
 
My 5/11/2013 NHL Lineup (SATURDAY AND SUNDAY GAMES)
 
Now that we have covered the basics, below is the lineup that I will use tonight in a $109 game and a handful of 50/50 games to ensure some payout, which has been my strategy over the past two and a half weeks. More often than not, I have finished inside the top 25 in these 50/50 games and while the payout is small, it somewhat hedges your cash in your head-to-head matchup if you happen to face a shark in any given day. Just to be clear, I play in 50 player 50/50 games as it is much easier, in my opinion, to finish in the top 25 than it is to finish in the top 50% of a smaller 50/50 game. That said, I do roll out the cash for the larger payout 50/50s if I feel great about my squad.
 
On with the lineup:
 
LW: Milan Lucic ($4,300)
LW: Carl Hagelin ($4,000)
RW: Pascal Dupuis ($7,600)
RW: Johan Franzen ($4,600)
C: Sidney Crosby ($9,000)
C: David Krejci ($4,400)
D: Kris Letang ($7,400)
D: Mike Green ($4,800)
G: Tuukka Rask ($8,600)
 
Salary remaining: $300.
 
This lineup is being set early Saturday for a 7pm lock so please check back before the lock tonight. The trick here to ensure that (a) you are starting a goalie who is confirmed, whether it is in a game on Saturday or Sunday, and (b) dig deep and find depth or role players who you think can make an impact in his team’s game so that you can fit the higher-priced players in your lineup. The only game on Saturday features the Pittsburgh Penguins visiting the New York Islanders with a moneyline seemingly fixed at -166 in favor of the visiting. Interestingly enough, both the public and sharps agree in how the game will swing, with each just above two-thirds on the Penguins. On Sunday, at a -135 ML, the Rangers are favored at Madison Square Garden, which is no shock, especially considering that they are at home and the Capitals have struggled to score against the King. The momentum has clearly shifted to the Rangers after having won the last two games in the series by a 2-1 score in OT. The Rangers (must like the Bruins) have a balanced scoring attack and the Capitals seem to only get goals from role players. It is for this reason that I cannot spend $10,300 to get Alex Ovechkin in my lineup. As for the Bruins and Leafs game 6 in Toronto, Boston currently sits at -130 road favorites, but, as of this writing, the public is just about split on the outcome of the game and the sharps are about 60% on the Bruins. Lastly, in Anaheim, the Duck are -133 favorites. The last three games of this series have finished with overtime goals. The sharps and public are each split (close to 50%) on the outcome of the game. I tend to side with the team that won game six in OT playing in front of a goalie that has not had a day off since March.
 
As I set this lineup well before the games are played in any given night, please make sure you check my Twitter timeline close to the first puck drop to see if I have made any swaps. Again, and I cannot stress this enough, as always, the one item that I have not yet nailed down as of this posting is which netminder I want in my lineup. This is the one item that I may change prior to the lock and I do my best to make the change at least 15 minutes before the first puck drops.
 
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No matter how well you are doing in this shortened 2012-2013 fantasy hockey season thus far, it is never too late to head over to FanDuel, draft a new team for tonight’s NHL action and enjoy watching the games!
 
A 23-year fantasy sports veteran and a California and New York licensed corporate attorney by day, I am the managing editor/senior writer/general counsel of FantasyTrade411.com. I am also a member of the Fantasy Sports Writers Association and a contributor to FantasyPros.com and TheFakeHockey.com. Please feel free to contact me at any time on twitter @TheTonyM with your fantasy sports questions. Be sure to listen to my podcast “Sports Counseling with the Doc and Slim” with my radio partner, Michael Clifford (aka @SlimCliffy) on the Fantasy Trade 411 Radio Network.