Despite never having laced up a pair of skates (except for those of his two young sons) and growing up in Red Sox crazed Massachusetts, Rick Roos has been a huge hockey fan nearly all of his life.  Inspired by often wearing a Canadiens jersey to the old Boston Garden (it's a long story...) and living to tell about it, Rick started to join fantasy hockey leagues back in the 90s, where he found himself waiting eagerly by a fax machine for weekly stats updates.  He has since been in - and won - leagues featuring elite fantasy hockey writers. In real life, Rick is an attorney, which made him the perfect choice to write his previous "Holding Court" column on DobberHockey, where he debated both sides of a fantasy hockey issue and rendered a verdict for readers to debate. Now he will do the same for "Cage Match".



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81 Cage Match Rookie Tournament - Week 2 Steve Laidlaw
82 Category Killers - Part 1 (Hits and Blocked Shots) Rick Roos
83 Cage Match - The Rookie Tourney Steve Laidlaw
84 Fantasy Hockey Frustrations Rick Roos
85 David Backes vs. David Clarkson Steve Laidlaw
86 Will more than 20 players score a point-per-game this season? Rick Roos
87 Paul Stastny vs. Travis Zajac Steve Laidlaw
88 Clustered Production Rick Roos
89 Will Calgary Trade Jarome Iginla? Rick Roos
90 Mini Cage Matches Steve Laidlaw
91 Will Eberle, Hall and Nugent-Hopkins Finish Top 20 in Scoring? Rick Roos
92 Rick Nash vs. James Neal Steve Laidlaw
93 Goaltending and the Condensed Schedule Rick Roos
94 David Desharnais vs. Derek Stepan Steve Laidlaw
95 Poker Lessons in Fantasy Hockey Rick Roos
96 Oliver Ekman-Larsson vs. Justin Faulk Steve Laidlaw
97 The All WJC Team - Cage Match Style Steve Laidlaw
98 Can Malkin or Crosby be Unseated? Rick Roos
99 Cam Atkinson vs. Nick Foligno Steve Laidlaw
100 The Rarer Feat - A 70 Goal Forward, or a 30 Goal Defenseman? Rick Roos
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