Top 100 NHL Goalies to own in a keeper league - February edition
New this month - I've switched over to a "tiered" system. If two goalies are in the same tier, consider their value pretty equal. This is what was meant here all along - two goalies within 5.0 rating points from each other were to be considered equal, but based on feedback readers were not doing that. So enjoy the new tier system, and for those who like to split hairs...the ratings value was left in place.
The following is a list of the Top 25 goaltenders to own in your fantasy pool - get the full TOP 100 list - FREE - over at The Goalie Post
These are the goalies to own in a keeper league. And again, so I don't get tweets/emails/comments like this one, please read the above paragraph?
I don't know what else to do, short of big neon signs and shooting bullets into the sky - goalie values within tiers are equal. In the above pictured example - Quick is not 10th, he's Tier 1. Schneider is not 24th behind Pavelec and Holty - he is Tier 2, tied with Pavelec and Holtby.
Two tiers are found here. Another four tiers are over on the complete Goalie Post list. A seventh tier is on my personal spreadsheet - nobody in the seventh tier made the Top 100.
|Feb 20||Goalie||Team||Rating||Jan 20||Tier|
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Advice - How you use the above tiered system will depend on your league rules - both in terms of categories, the amount of keepers you own, and how many goalies must be active, as well as how big your roster is and how many owners are in your league. But the key is to shoot for as many goalies in as high a tier as you can.