Prospect Ramblings: Fantasy Hockey Guide sneak peek

Hayden Soboleski




If you frequent this site, you’re probably a bit of a prospect nerd. We’re here for you, we understand you. As prospect geeks ourselves, we know it can be tempting to brush off the pool guides that come out from certain unnamed sources – the ones that have no problem telling you McDavid will surpass 100 points, but have no idea which prospects will be joining their teams and what their roles are likely to be.


I’m here to tell you that DobberHockey’s Fantasy Hockey Guide is serious content even for prospect-focused readers. Not only that, I’m going to go ahead and give you a sneak peek at a few prospect tidbits from the guide, to entice you to go out and invest. For a few bucks, you get over 150 pages of fantasy hockey content, covering everything from roster projections, to specialty sleeper sections, to breakout candidates, and more.


If I’ve already convinced you, the Guide can be found here:


If not, hopefully this can help change your mind:


  • One sophomore on Dobber’s own 5-on-5 S% “Should Improve” list: Andrei Svechnikov


  • Not only is it predicted that Troy Terry will stick in the Ducks lineup all year – he’s their anticipated second-highest scorer


  • In the long-term section of the “PIM Producers” list, watch out for Kieffer Bellows who hit 101 PIM last season in the AHL


  • The “Long Term Investments” list is a long one, but one player included who you might not have pegged for a wait: Robert Thomas


  • The Blackhawks stocked up on prospect wingers, but none of Dylan Sikura, Alex Nylander, or Aleksi Saarela are projected to surpass 31 games played


  • One rookie that made it onto the “Goalies To Watch” list: Colorado’s Pavel Francouz</