January’s Roto Guide undergoes a New Year’s clean up and breaks away from the lone Roto Score column. This time around, the Top 100 features a current on-pace Roto Score as well as a Potential Roto Score based on career performance.  By doing so, readers get the best of both worlds – a more accurate month-to-month representation as well as the player’s peak rotisserie abilities.


This month also features a fantastic tag team piece by two juggernaut contributors on DobberHockey’s forum as well as the Black Aces’ Studs & Duds. Tyler Kerdman (TK12555) & Brandon Cheung (B0ndon) deliver their take on current trending teams. This series boot-up inevitably inspired the theme of this month’s edition.

Also included in the PDF is the latest from Brandon Landry (30/30) as well as a piece based on tidbits compiled from a short survey sent to DobberHockey members, writers and contributors. This edition also makes for a great precursor to February’s trade value and deadline day preparation edition.


Click here to download the January 2012 PDF Edition!


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GMGates said:

... Hey GG,

Thanks for the kind words.

In regards to the stats, in Weber's case it really was a toss up between both cats - however you may be right 200+ SOG pace may be for effective than 100+ Blocks. Good eye.

As for Kovy - definitely an oversight. near 300SOG pace is much better than his projected assists. Will be updated in the next edition.

Thanks again!


January 16, 2012
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grindin griers said:

grindin griers
Kovy & Weber Just a couple comments:

I think Kovy's SOG were overlooked, usually is near the top in the league in this cat, and would replace his Assist cat with it.

I also would say that Weber's SOG from a D man are worth more than his BS contribution.

I really enjoy going through this list though, keep up the good work guys!
January 16, 2012
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