January 25, 2015
It's a star-studded affair on the 49th edition of the Keeping Karlsson Fantasy Hockey Podcast.
TSN's Scott Cullen guests this week, chatting with Brian about their fantasy league, hockey analytics, making projections second half performers, players poised for a dropoff, Leafs, Panthers, Gaudreau, Pastrnak, Hutchinson, Kucherov, fantasy philosophy, and more.
For more of Scott and his outstanding fantasy analysis, check out his columns at tsn.ca, follow him on twitter @tsnscottcullen, and tune in to the TSN Hockey Analytics radio show.
And, of course, Elan and Brian take their run at the biggest fantasy headlines of the week, featuring crease shifts in Columbus and Calgary, an outjuried d-man in Winnipeg, two returning centermen facing different second half outlooks, and a perennial fantasy stalwart for whom we can only wish the best.
The show rounds out with a couple players of note, including a Chicago winger with an increasing role and even-strength production to match, and one unheralded third of an exciting line in Long Island.
Players discussed on this week's show include David Pastrnak, Johnny Gaudreau, Michael Hutchinson, Nikita Kucherov, Sergei Bobrovsky, Brandon Saad, Curtis McElhinney, Anton Forsberg, David Perron, Beau Bennett, Tommy Wingels, Mikkel Boedker, Karri Ramo, Joni Ortio, Jonas Hiller, Jacob Trouba, Zach Bogosian, Dustin Byfuglien, Jonathan Drouin, Mikael Granlund, Jason Zucker, Anders Lee, Rick Nash, Nick Foligno, Brock Nelson, Tyler Bozak, Alexander Ovechkin, Kimmo Timonen, Artem Anisimov, Phil Kessel, Daniel Sedin, Bryan Bickell, and more.
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