Quick Shot: Hockey headaches

The NHL’s theme for the season was headshots. Fantasy Sports Tarnation All kinds of headshots causing all kinds of headaches, from tweeting birds encircling a guys head momentarily to concussions and broken vertebra. Thankfully my fantasy hockey team did considerably better than some real world teams (hello Islanders) did this season. I haven’t done much in the fantasy hockey world and I had a very busy winter, which meant I tip-toed through some of the weeks without hardly anything to write home about. Thankfully, I drafted pretty well and put together a collection of moves that kept the team competitive among the 10 team league. I wrapped up the regular in third, mere points out of second to begin with and finished out the finals in the same spot with the following being who I ended the season with about 15 moves to get me here:

C Henrik Sedin VAN
C Nicky Backstrom WAS
C Mikko Koivu MIN
C Valtteri Filppula DET
RW Corey Perry ANA
RW Justin Williams LA
RW Shane Doan PHO
RW Marian Gaborik NYR
LW Patrick Marleau SJ
LW Thomas Vanek BUF
LW Michael Cammalleri MON

D Keith Yandle PHO
D Brent Seabrook Chi
D Thomas Kaberle BOS
D Christian Ehrhoff VAN
D Jordan Leopold BUF

G Roberto Luongo VAN
G Jimmy Howard DET

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