( 425 Articles )
Jeff Angus, who pens Angus Unleashed, has been writing for DobberHockey since 2006. He also manages the website and contributes to the daily ramblings on Thursday and Friday of each week. In addition to his work at DobberHockey, Jeff freelances for a few other hockey sites, including his own blog (Angus Certified). He loves talking about anything related to hockey, and can be found on Twitter (@anguscertified).
( 177 Articles )
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".
( 81 Articles )
In the weekly piece "Capped", Eric Daoust breaks down the latest fantasy information from the standpoint of salary-cap leagues - the bargains, the busts and more. Eric is the first student to obtain a Masters degree in Computational Science at Laurentian University. He has also had a passion for hockey since infancy and has been involved in fantasy hockey since 2001, primarily in sim leagues. Since then, he has expanded to participating in various forms of roto leagues. He also covers the Montreal Canadiens in the Dobberhockey forum in addition to writing for Dobberprospects. You can find Eric on Twitter @DH_EricDaoust.
The Commissioner's Office
( 35 Articles )
Glen Hoos, author of The Commissioner’s Office, moonlights as graphic designer for Dobber Sports, commissioner of the GFHL, and GM of his beloved Angels of Harlem. Glen lives in Aldergrove, BC with his wife and three daughters. Somehow he still manages to control the remote often enough to stay on top of all the latest hockey happenings. In his real life, Glen manages a growing restaurant chain with locations across North America. Glen can also be found on twitter @commishoffice
( 25 Articles )
Demetrios Fragopoulos checks in every Sunday with what's driving him nuts. Throughout the week, as he peruses the many different hockey articles, he will do what all of us would love to do - pull one particularly disagreeable statement, get on his soapbox and tell the world why that statement is wrong. He'll even pick apart a DobberHockey writer's stance if he has to!
The Dean's List
( 27 Articles )
Brendan Ross, author of The Dean's List, completed a Honours BA in Kinesiology from Wilfrid Laurier University and a B.Ed from the University of Western Ontario. "Rossy" is a long time forum contributor turned prospect columnist and now resides near Sarnia, Ontario along the shores of the Canadian-U.S.A border with his wife and dog. You will find Brendan teaching throughout high schools in Southwestern Ontario. The sport of hockey is the passion that drives him, and if he's not playing the sport or officiating the sport then he is certainly writing about it. Look for his columns each Saturday. Additionally, you can contact Brendan via twitter @rossyyoungblood.
( 44 Articles )
John Gilbert hails from Steel City. No, not Pittsburgh. Hamilton, Ontario! John has an Advanced Diploma in Radio and Television Broadcasting from Niagara College. In his spare time, John plays sports before and after watching sports. He also breaths sports and occasionally will eat sports too (Must be cooked properly). John is a goalie and plays hockey throughout the year. When he isn't pulling the puck out of the back of the net, he is likely playing baseball or bowling. It just never ends. Follow John on Twitter: @jgilbertmedia or e-mail him
with show ideas or with tips on how to actually do a show. John had no hand in writing this self bio, I mean, bio.
( 416 Articles )
Darryl Dobbs has contributed to much of The Hockey News' fantasy content since 2002, including seven consecutive issues of The Ultimate Pool Guide. He has also contributed significantly to the Score Forecaster(2006-07, 2007-08, 2008-09, 2009-10, 2010-11 and 2011-12 editions), and Pool Expert's draft kit, as well as several columns in Canadian newspapers, including the Vancouver Sun. He has also made several radio appearances (HF Radio, BIG105 in Red Deer, FAN 960, 640 Toronto, XM204). Dobber graduated from the University of Guelph with a Degree in Statistics and Minor in Mathematics. Currently, he resides in Pickering, Ontario with his wife Hemwanti and daughters Avery and Mackenzie. Follow him on Twitter (DobberHockey) or contact Dobber at
Frozen Pool Forensics
( 91 Articles )
Tom Collins and Dallas Guzzwell check in every Friday to dig deep on players of interest in fantasy circles. They walk you through the various statistical tools of Jay Arbuthnot's Frozen Pool at your disposal.
Dallas (left) was born and currently resides in Kelowna BC with his wife Christine. Dallas has a BSW degree from Thompson Rivers University in Kamloops where he also played varsity soccer for three seasons. An avid sports enthusiast, Dallas has always followed hockey and ever since a friend convinced him to join a fantasy hockey league in 2007 it has developed into a passion.
Tom Collins, born and raised in a small town in Labrador, has been in hockey pools for about 15 years, and actually managed to win his keeper pool for the first time ever this past year. With a background in journalism and now living in Ottawa, he has been working hard to make sure his twin daughters cheer for the Canadiens instead of the Senators, a fight he is winning so far.
( 271 Articles )
Russ Miller has been a DobberHockey staple since 2007. He weighs in with his thoughts and analysis on the Eastern Conference each and every Tuesday.
Geek of the Week
( 62 Articles )
With his Geek of the Week columns, Terry Campkin provides in-depth profiles of players who have great hidden value in fantasy hockey. Terry will also chime in from time to time with other articles that are powered by insights that he are powered by the tools at Fantasy Hockey Geek. Terry resides in Whitby, Ontario with his wife and two kids, where he spends most of his spare time at a rink or at home watching hockey. Follow Terry on Twitter: @T_Camp76
( 62 Articles )
Aaron Brouwer, author of the bi-weekly column Carried Off the Ice: NHL Injury Report knows all about injuries as he has a Bachelor’s degree in Human Kinetics from Trinity Western University, gone through two full ACL reconstructions and now works as a full time firefighter in northern BC. Brouwer has been a poolie since 1992 and started writing fantasy hockey columns in 2009. Follow him on twitter @AaronBro19.
Mike Schmidt is a professional writer, long-suffering Minnesota Wild fan and multi-sport fantasy enthusiast.
( 57 Articles )
Chris Wassel, author of Between The Lines, takes a hard look at the latest line combinations that may catch your fantasy fancy every Monday. Which lines have come together and which ones have broken up? Even the defensive pairings need fantasy love as well. If that is not enough, he runs the podcast "The Program" and he writes for the Hockey Writers and the Daily Faceoff along with several others. Twitter: @TheProgramBTR
( 141 Articles )
Bob Fisher, author of Looking Ahead, analyzes the upcoming schedule every week and delivers the five best and worst teams for every seven-day period to help with starting lineup decisions. Fisher also gives insight into some of the top and bottom teams for the week as well as some savvy free agent pickups that are not owned in the majority of Yahoo leagues. Born and raised in metro Detroit and currently residing in Grand Rapids, MI, Fisher, a software engineer by day, loves anything hockey related and has been hooked on fantasy hockey for eleven-plus years. In addition to this article, he also runs his own playoff pool bracket website (Bob's Brackets).
( 40 Articles )
Gates Imbeau serves as the assistant manager for all of Dobber Sports and runs the Black Aces project, otherwise known as the DobberHockey farm team. Writing from Hamilton, ON, Gates was born and raised in Sudbury, ON, and holds a B.A in Communications. Gates is on twitter (@GM_Gates) and can also be found at Fantrax.com. Reach him by email at
( 150 Articles )
Andrew Schopp is an aspiring hockey journalist born and raised in Toronto, Ontario. Completed a BA in Political Science from Dalhousie University and interns at The Hockey News magazine. Lives and breathes hockey. Follow Andrew on Twitter @AZSchopp.
( 19 Articles )
Nathan Weselake, aka The Puck Pastor, is a real life pastor currently employed at a church in Portage, Mb. In his first year of fantasy hockey, the winner of the pool was the guy who took a rookie named Teemu Selanne with the last pick (with the second last pick Nathan took Mark Lamb). Nathan acknowledges the obvious role statistics play in managing a fantasy team but is most interested in addressing factors closer to the heart of why people love fantasy sports in the first place. So, his column will occasionally wander away from pure statistical analysis and offer a slightly different fantasy spin. Find Nathan on Twitter @puckpastor.
( 13 Articles )
Darren Kennedy contributes to both Blue Chip Prospects as well as Fantasy Hockey Scouts. Here, he dusts off some of the archived rankings and reminds us of what once was, in the world of fantasy hockey. The rankings date back as far as 2003. You can follow Darren on Twitter @FantasyHockeyDK
Top 100 Roto
( 6 Articles )
On the 15th of every month, Austin Wallace releases the Top 100 Roto Players in fantasy hockey. Austin, who also scouts for DobberProspects.com, can be reached on Twitter @austeane
The Wild West
( 246 Articles )
Anthony Lancione checks in every Monday to dig deep on players of interest in fantasy circles. He takes an in depth look at the Western Conference with the Wild West column. Based out of Toronto, Anthony is a BCom graduate from Ryerson University. Deemed the Statman dating back to his pre-teen years, Anthony has been running/participating in fantasy hockey leagues of all varieties since the 90’s.
Saturday's NHL Picks
( 147 Articles )
Alternating every Saturday, Anthony Lancione and Marty Kwiaton give you their picks for the day's NHL schedule - which teams will win and why. They'll break down each team and give you their reasons for going one way or the other - with impressive results.
Fantasy Take - Latest NHL Moves
( 475 Articles )
Dobber and Angus deliver the immediate fantasy spin on trades and signings as soon as they happen. Check the archives and see how their predictions have panned out...
Archives (other articles)
( 658 Articles )
Stuff from former regular columnists such as Chris Burns, Eric Maltais, Jacob Status, Jim Gunther, as well as guest columnists such as Gus Katsaros from McKeen's, Jon Press from Japer's Rink and more!
Called Up From the DobberHockey Minors
( 27 Articles )
If NHL teams can call up a player from the minors to fill in for an injury/absence, why can't we at DobberHockey do the same thing? Some great hockey minds contribute to the PG Advised. So when we need content due to a sick or absent columnist, we pluck a recent one from the forum. This is an excellent audition for any up-and-coming writers who think they have the insight and skills to get into this business. Contribute, get noticed, and who knows? Perhaps we'll call you up from the minors next!
An Expert's Audit
( 39 Articles )
On the 12th of every month, Ian Fergusson from Hockey Analysis takes a look at one of the fantasy teams submitted. Here is a thorough analysis of various fantasy squads, along with suggestions, moves and results. To have your fantasy team analyzed, email Ian at
. Fergusson's work can also be found over at DobberBaseball.com, and he was also a columnist for The Talented Mr. Roto.
Fantasy Hockey Top 10
( 9 Articles )
Dave Romaine brings you his Top 10 from around the fantasy hockey world, each and every Monday.