Prospects Ramblings: Welcome Back Dobber & the Ridiculous Depth of the Philadelphia Flyers Prospect Depth

Peter Harling


As I was scrolling through Twitter the other day I saw the best post I have seen in a long time

{source} <blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">I'm back. For good!<br><br>Ramblings – <a href=""></a></p>&mdash; Dobber (@DobberHockey) <a href="">January 15, 2018</a></blockquote>{/source}

Welcome Back Dobber!

And marking the declaration of his full time return is the release of the 2017-18 Midseason Fantasy Guide. As mentioned last week by myself and over the weekend by Hayden the Guide is available now here

If you are unfamiliar with the guide, it goes without saying it can give you a competitive advantage in your fantasy season if you are within grasp of a Championship. Like a real team you may need to make some deadline moves to get you over the top. Who is expendable from your roster, and who do you target?

Also as in real life, if a win isn’t in the cards this year and you are looking to the future the guide can help there too. On each team page there are a couple of Fantasy Prospects that are close. I also contribute some articles including the 2017 NHL Draft risers and fallers as well as a look at the top Fantasy prospects for the upcoming 2018 NHL Draft.

And there is more! Dobber gives you his list of this year’s top College hockey free agents to keep an eye on that may be signing as free agents when the school season ends. Previous prospects that you may have gotten an early hint on in this category include Drake Caggiula and Alex Iafallo.

Still more, Dobber also takes a look in Europe at the top free agents and late bloomers that are likely to sign this summer as free agents and could make an immediate impact on your fantasy team next year.


While working on a Detroit Red Wings Top Ten Prospects Rankings for My NHL Trade Rumors last night I realized that the until last year, the Wings have not selec