Re-launched DobberFootball last night! Optimized for multiple platforms and the Fantasy Football Guide is released on July 23. Buy it before July 23rd you get 20% off. You may have noticed how awesome DobberBaseball has been since January thanks a new staff and new management - well the same thing has been done to football.
And while I'm linking to things, here is my latest for The Hockey News - my offseason fantasy outlook for the Los Angeles Kings and the Minnesota Wild.
The Lightning signed prospect defenseman Mark Barberio to a one-year deal. It's a two-way agreement, meaning he'll likely be sent down for most of the season ahead.
One defenseman I like making this team though is Andrej Sustr - a 6-8 defenseman who was signed as a free agent out of college. He got a taste of the NHL (two games, plus-1) and had three points in eight AHL games. You can read the DobberProspects profile on Sustr right here. And while I'm at it, here is Barberio's profile.
And, if you didn't know, my Fantasy Prospects List links each name in the chart to the profile of that player over at DP. Click it, try it out.
My projected Tampa Bay Lightning lineup, in the Fantasy Guidethat is out in 15 days…
Drouin - Stamkos - St. Louis
Killorn - Filppula - Purcell
Malone - Johnson - Panik
Pyatt - Thompson - Crombeen
With Tyrell, Palat and Connolly as spares/first call-ups…
Hedman - Carle
Brewer - Salo
Aulie - Gudas
With Barberio and Lee as spares/re-call options.
The Winnipeg Jets signed Eric Tangradi to a two-year contract. The deal avoids arbitration. Both years are one-way. The Jets also signed Patrice Cormier, who has seen his prospect star fall over the last three or four years.
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More of my pro-Mogilny in the HoF propaganda: