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Fantasy Playoff Draft Results

Just because I can’t get enough playoff pools, here are the results of a playoff fantasy draft that I was lucky enough to participate in yesterday.

The league settings are as follows: 8 teams, head-to-head, 3 forwards, 3 defensemen, 3 forwards/defensemen, and 1 goalie. A total of ten free agent moves are allowed to be made during the playoffs, as any non-drafted players remain on the waiver wire.

Some of the scoring settings are as follows: two points for a goal, one point for an assist, three points for a win, and one point for a shutout. A point of less than one is added for each shot on goal, plus/minus, and save. A point of less than one is subtracted for each penalty minute, goal allowed, and goalie loss.

If you’re interested in setting up your own pool, you’ll want to check out fantasypostseason.com, where I’ve set up this league.

Round Pick Player Name
1 1 Tyler Seguin
1 2 Evgeni Malkin
1 3 Sidney Crosby
1 4 Henrik Lundqvist
1 5 Tim Thomas
1 6 Jaroslav Halak
1 7 Daniel Sedin
1 8 Brian Elliott
2 9 Marian Gaborik
2 10 Henrik Sedin
2 11 Andy McDonald
2 12 Alexander Steen
2 13 James Neal
2 14 Pekka Rinne
2 15 Marc-Andre Fleury
2 16 Jonathan Toews
3 17 David Perron
3 18 Ryan Kesler
3 19 Claude Giroux
3 20 Patrice Bergeron
3 21 Patrick Sharp
3 22 Ilya Kovalchuk
3 23 Brad Marchand
3 24 Brad Richards
4 25 Ryan Callahan
4 26 Martin Brodeur
4 27 Marian Hossa
4 28 Anze Kopitar
4 29 Jordan Staal
4 30 Zdeno Chara
4 31 Pavel Datsyuk
4 32 Roberto Luongo
5 33 David Krejci
5 34 Kris Letang
5 35 Shea Weber
5 36 David Backes
5 37 Carl Hagelin
5 38 Jason Spezza
5 39 Alexandre Burrows
5 40 Rich Peverley
6 41 T.J. Oshie
6 42 Scott Hartnell
6 43 Derek Stepan
6 44 Zach Parise
6 45 Radim Vrbata
6 46 Alex Pietrangelo
6 47 Henrik Zetterberg
6 48 Valtteri Filppula
7 49 Patrik Elias
7 50 Milan Lucic
7 51 Alex Ovechkin
7 52 Kris Versteeg
7 53 Pascal Dupuis
7 54 Martin Erat
7 55 Chris Kunitz
7 56 Mike Fisher
8 57 Erik Karlsson
8 58 Duncan Keith
8 59 Alexander Edler
8 60 Kevin Shattenkirk
8 61 Kevin Bieksa
8 62 Joe Pavelski
8 63 Patrick Kane
8 64 Michael Del Zotto
9 65 Ryan Suter
9 66 Nicklas Lidstrom
9 67 Dustin Brown
9 68 Ryan McDonagh
9 69 Jason Garrison
9 70 Dan Hamhuis
9 71 Sami Salo
9 72 Ian White
10 73 Brian Campbell
10 74 Brent Seabrook
10 75 Joe Corvo
10 76 Slava Voynov
10 77 Dan Girardi
10 78 Danny Briere
10 79 Dan Boyle
10 80 Andrew Ference

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My name is Ian Gooding, and this is The Goods on Fantasy Hockey. Given my ability to understand numbers, write sentences, and follow hockey, it’s not a surprise to those who know me that I became a fantasy hockey writer. I started writing about fantasy hockey in 2006 for fantasyhockey.com and became the site’s content editor in 2007. Looking to expand my audience, I joined Kukla’s Korner in the summer of 2011 to create the site’s first fantasy hockey blog.

A few times each week, I’ll provide an article called “Pick Six” where I will write about six players that should either be in your fantasy team’s starting lineup or bench for the upcoming game. As well, I’ll provide the fantasy takes on important hockey developments. You can also email me your questions or comments to gooding74@shaw.ca, or follow me on Twitter.