About Alex Wyatt

Alex has been playing fantasy for over 20 years, but it wasn't until about five years ago that he stumbled upon a deep keeper league that he really experienced all the hobby has to offer. Shortly after, he was introduced to true Dynasty formats, with massive pro and farm rosters that the hobby became an obsession. Rebuilding teams is Alex's favourite 'game within a game', and he likes to take over a neglected team, sell off its veterans, and build up the store cupboard to lead the team to future, consistent glory. Due to this, Alex grew his affinity for learning the tools available to him to help find undervalued or undiscovered players, namely prospects that haven't become a household name yet. As a writer, Alex's main focus is to take the graphs and analytical data that may initially feel too complicated for the average fantasy hockey manager to enjoy reading and apply themselves. His articles always aim to focus on the depth of data available to us as die-hard fantasy managers, and aim to provide the needed context, and make it more digestible to everyone. Twitter handle is @KrakenWyatt

August 32-in-32: Seattle Kraken

By |2023-08-17T14:54:24-04:00August 26th, 2023|32-in-32 Series|

******* Welcome to the August 2023 edition of the DobberProspects 32-in-32 Series! This month, we will be diving into the depth of each organization, looking at their recent graduates, risers, fallers, and top 20 prospects.  ******* Last month we talked about the growth of the Seattle Kraken and their whirlwind postseason. While fans are likely [...]

July 32-in-32: Seattle Kraken

By |2023-07-23T12:46:41-04:00July 25th, 2023|32-in-32 Series|

**** The 32-in-32 Series is an annual event here at DobberProspects! Every day in July we will be bringing you a complete breakdown of a team’s Draft, and insights into their off-season movements thus far. Following this up in August, we will dive into every team’s prospect depth chart with fantasy insights and implications for [...]

The Century Mark: Tomasino and Byfield

By |2023-04-10T03:33:23-04:00April 10th, 2023|The Century Mark|

Every month, Alex Wyatt digs into some players who have reached the 100 NHL-games-played threshold, as this is the mark that many leagues use as a threshold for players casting off their minors eligibility. Philip Tomasino (NAS) Philip Tomasino had a strong rookie season with the Nashville Predators in 2021-2022, posting 12 goals and 24 [...]

Century Mark: Kaliyev and Lundkvist

By |2023-03-02T02:11:40-05:00March 2nd, 2023|The Century Mark|

Cover Credit: LAKingsInsider.com Every month, Alex Wyatt digs into some players who have reached the 100 NHL-games-played threshold, as this is the mark, or near it, that many leagues use as their threshold for players casting off their minors eligibility. Arthur Kaliyev (LAK) Arthur Kaliyev, 21, is one of many exciting young prospects in the [...]

The Century Mark: Krebs, Boldy, Moser

By |2023-01-26T00:53:33-05:00January 26th, 2023|The Century Mark|

Cover Image: Hockey Wilderness Every month, Alex Wyatt digs into some players who have reached the 100 NHL games played threshold, as this is the mark, or near it, that many leagues use as their threshold for players casting off their minors eligibility. Peyton Krebs (BUF, C, 22 years old) My, the Buffalo Sabres are [...]

The Century Mark: Podkolzin, Liljegren, Jarvis

By |2022-12-21T15:46:59-05:00December 21st, 2022|The Century Mark|

Image credit: Mike Ehrmann, CanesCountry.com Every month, Alex Wyatt digs into some players who have reached the 100 NHL games played threshold, as this is the mark, or near it, that many leagues use as their threshold for players casting off their minors eligibility. I am back for another season of the Century Mark and [...]

September 32-in-32: Seattle Kraken

By |2022-09-23T18:21:07-04:00September 23rd, 2022|32-in-32 Series|

Welcome to the September 2022 edition of the DobberProspects 32-in-32 Series. This month, we are diving into the depth of each organization, looking at their recent graduates, risers, fallers, and top-20 prospects.  Seattle’s inaugural season went essentially as one would expect from an expansion franchise, despite the Vegas Golden Knights’ meteoric rise out of their [...]

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