Ok, I'm in the lead. Make your jokes about the fix being in. I sent my picks out last week to the other poolies who were in at the time, so there.
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Click below to enlarge the team-by-team rosters.
Other than Player of the week Justin Schultz, the Oklahoma youngsters have had a slow start. Taylor is skating and should return by the end of the month. I myself selected Ryan Ellis as on of my defenders and he is rehabing a hand injury, also back soon.
Probably the biggest surprises in our pool are Marcus Foligno with 8 points and Mikael Granlund with 7.
Don't forget, if the NHL season ever does start (I'm saying maybe by Christmas) we keep all the same players and count stats in both the AHL and NHL.
No NHL hockey, no problem. It's still hockey draft time. The American Hockey League is chock-full of young stars.
Pick one player from each box below, the entry that collects the most total points (in the AHL only) by the end of the regular season wins. We'll have 1st (70%), 2nd (20%) and 3rd (10%) prize money. Updates will be posted here on a weekly basis.
Here's the twist, if the NHL season begins the points collected in the NHL will also count toward the pool season total. Most guys will score at a lower rate in the NHL, some may score more, some may not go up to the big-time at all. It's up to you to figure it out. The player you pick from each box is yours for the season.