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Bringing you fantasy hockey keeper league advice for NHL prospects from multiple junior leagues including; OHL, WHL, QMJHL, NCAA, USHL, AHL, KHL, SHL, Liiga and more. Giving you great scouting tips both live and on the television. Peter Harling will keep you up to date for all things Fantasy Hockey prospects.

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Bringing you fantasy hockey keeper league advice for NHL prospects from multiple junior leagues including; OHL, WHL, QMJHL, NCAA, USHL, AHL, KHL, SHL, Liiga and more. Giving you great scouting tips both live and on the television. Peter Harling will keep you up to date for all things Fantasy Hockey prospects.

    DPR Episode 81: 2020 NHL Mock Draft with Jokke Nevalainen, Tony Ferrari and Josh Tessler

    DPR Episode 81: 2020 NHL Mock Draft with Jokke Nevalainen, Tony Ferrari and Josh Tessler

    The Mock Draft episode is here! DobberProspects writers and draft experts Jokke Nevalainen, Tony Ferrari and Josh Tessler join Peter to mock draft live to podcast the first round of the draft.
    Follow the fantasy style draft as the boys take turns picking for NHL teams through the first round. Who makes the top ten and why do we think each team picks the payer we pick for them. 
    It's a fun episode so sit backhand enjoy

    • 1 hr 3 min
    DPR Episode 80: Fantasy Hockey Rebuilding and Ottawa Senators Top Ten Prospects

    DPR Episode 80: Fantasy Hockey Rebuilding and Ottawa Senators Top Ten Prospects

    If you need to rebuild your fantasy hockey team, this episode is about the strategy options you want to use.
    1. Scorched Earth: (2-3 years) - Your team is a dumpster fire! You have no quality long term assets, sell everything for draft picks, prospects and futures
    * Owning your own draft picks is essential - Don't get stuck in "Futures mode". If you have been rebuilding for five years its not a rebuild, you just suck.
    2. Rebuild: (1-2 years) - Two to five players that are the core of your roster and should be valuable for the next five years. Look to fill holes in targeted and identified weakness or opportunities. Sell off players 30+ years old for futures, or trade 50 point players for 60 point players that are injured for season (Dougie Hamilton)
    3. Retool: (1 year) - Good team having bad year, bad luck. Sell two or three players for great futures to make next year or next few years even better. One step back, two steps forward.
     
    Three ways to acquire players:
    1. Trade: Target opportunities to acquire players that will help you in future and for teams that can use what you have to offer. Trade can be risky, you have to give to get and in a rebuild you are offering established payers for prospects or picks that may not pan out. Trading a 80 point player that is 30 for a prospect that does not pan out can be devastating. Try to get multiple assets in return to ensure you have some long term value
    2. Draft: Target blue-chip prospects in the early draft, even if the wait time is up to five years. Mid round look at either boom or bust prospects, or players with a short ETA such as free agents from NCAA or Europe or over age draftees.
    3. Free Agent or Waiver Wire: Best time to acquire top assets here is early in the season as players have breakout performances, exceed expectations etc. Requires some homework but well worth it if you catch wind of this seasons breakout rookies before the competition.
    Top NHL Rookies to target in trade:
    Cody Glass VGK
    Vitali Kravtson NYR
    Filip Zadina DET
    Kirby Dach CHI
    Barrett Hayton ARI
    Andrew Mangiapane CGY
    Dylan Sikura CHI
    Prospects on the brink of the NHL
    Logan Brown, Drake Batherson, Erik Brannstrom OTT
    Sam Steel ANA
    Jake Bean CAR
    Jack Studnicka BOS
    Evan Bouchard EDM
    Kirill Kaprizov MIN
    Ilya Sorokin NYI
    Igor Shesterkin NYR
    Morgan Frost PHI
    Rasmus Sandin TOR
    Alex Romanov MTL
    Injured players you may want to target
    Juuso Valimaki CGY
    Dougie Hamilton CAR
    Anthony Mantha DET
    Vladimir Tarasenko STL
    Victor Olofsson BUF
    Ilya Mikhayev TOR
    Alex Texier CBJ
    The Ottawa Senators are a NHL model example of how to rebuild. They have traded star players like Erik Karlsson, Mark Stone and Matt Duchene for futures and now have a bright future and two lottery first round picks. Peter reviews the top ten prospects and ten more since they are so deep.
    1. Erik Brannstrom
    2. Drake Batherson
    3. Logan Brown
    4. Josh Norris
    5. Alex Formenton
    6. Lassi Thomson
    7. Vitali Abramov
    8. Rudolf Balcers
    9. Joey Daccord
    10. Jacob Bernard-Docker
    The next five:
    Filip Chlapik, Shane Pinto, Jonathan Davidsson, Max Lajoie, Jon Gruden
    Five more sleepers:
    Jakov Novak, Markus Nurmi, Max Veronneau, Jonny Tychonic, Mark Kastelic
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    • 57 min
    DPR Episode 79: Vitali Abramov and Russ Cohen guest with scouting notes from CHL Top Prospect Game and Utica at Belleville

    DPR Episode 79: Vitali Abramov and Russ Cohen guest with scouting notes from CHL Top Prospect Game and Utica at Belleville

    After watching both an AHL game and the CHL Top Prospects game live in the past week Peter gives some scouting notes and observations from each game. Vitali Abramov and Russ Cohen were interviewed in the intermission of each game (Apologies for background audio) Peter asks Vitali about the differences between junior, AHL and NHL and for Vitali to forecast his fantasy upside.
    Russ gives Peter plenty of great prospect insight from players in the Top Prospect game, junior all the way up to hot rookies in the NHL.
     
    Enjoy the show

    • 37 min
    DPR Episode 78: World Junior Preview Canada with Steven Ellis

    DPR Episode 78: World Junior Preview Canada with Steven Ellis

    2020 World Junior preview of Team Canada with special guest Steven Ellis of The Hockey News
    Steven and Peter review the Canadian roster, the outlook for the tournament. There are questions in goal and more cuts still to come but Canada may be an underrated team this year and may rally around the under dog, us vs the world attitude.
    The two top players for the 2020 NHL Draft will play for Canada in Alexis Lafreniere and Quinton Byfield. Will playing together tip the balance one way or the other as to which player is selected number one?
    Who will emerge as Canadas goalie? Guelph star Nico Daws has come from nowhere, can he run with it?
    The defense will be lead by two studs Bowen Byram and Ty Smith, and will have another 2020 Draft eligible in Jamie Drysdale, possibly as the seventh defenseman.
    Late additions released to Canada to help bolster the forward depth include Barrat Hayton (Arizona Coyotes), and Joe Veleno (Detroit Red Wings) and gives Canada a massive boost.
    How will Canada deploy OHL scoring leader Connor McMichael?
    Akil Thomas, Aidan Dudas and Peters fan boy favorite player Nolan Foot and more discussion this episode.
    Bonus, pretty sure Peter was able to pronounce all the Canadian players names correctly...Maybe
     
    Enjoy the show and thanks for listening

    • 50 min
    DPR Episode 77: World Junior Preview Sweden with Jimmy Hamrin

    DPR Episode 77: World Junior Preview Sweden with Jimmy Hamrin

    2020 World Junior preview of Team Sweden with guest Jimmy Hamrin of McKeens hockey
     
    Jimmy and Peter review the Swedish roster, will this be the year they win a Medal round game, or lose a round robin game?
    With a big question mark at the center position, and Peter has big questions about the goaltending that Jimmy answers, there is no question this teams strength is its defense.
    Leafs prospect Rasmus Sandin leads the D along with Nils Lundqvist and three top 18-year-old prospects in Philip Broberg, Tobias Bjornfort and Victor Soderstrom. 
    Perhaps the most interesting story line to follow on Sweden this year will be the play of two top 2020 draft eligible prospects in Lucas Raymond and Alexander Holtz who will both be top ten picks for sure.
    Jimmy also gives a great sleeper player to watch in Nikola Pasic so be sure to listen to what he has to say about him
     
    Enjoy the show and thanks for listening

    • 38 min
    DPR Episode 76 World Junior Preview Russia with Viktor Fomich

    DPR Episode 76 World Junior Preview Russia with Viktor Fomich

    2020 World Junior Preview of Team Russia with guest Viktor Fomich.
    Viktor and Peter review the Russian roster, a annual Medal contender in the tournament and that they look to be a contender again.
    Draft eligible goalie sensation Yaroslav Askarov will compete for the starting role in goal, which will be a challenge as Head Coach Valeri Bragin has favored the older players in the past. 
    The Russian defense will see the return of last years star Alexander Romanov, a Montreal Canadiens prospect. Philadelphia Flyers free agent find Yegor Zamula is poised to play a prominent role as well coming from the WHL.
    At forward, another player coming from the CHL is Alexander Khovanov who dominated for Russia in the two CHL vs. Russia games in the Q. He could be the number one center. Another returning player that dominated with Russia last year is Grigori Denesinko and he will be looked upon to carry the offensive load fro Russia.
    Viktor gives a few sleeper pick players to look for and more
     
    Enjoy the show and thanks for listening
     

    • 41 min

Customer Reviews

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