Kukla's Korner Hockey
by Paul on 04/25/13 at 04:49 PM ET
By Justin Lalonde of Fantasy Feud,
The playoffs are just around the corner and the Beat Paul Kukla challenge is heating up. Face Paul this weekend to qualify for the Kukla’s Korner Fantasy Hockey Championship on May 11th.
Here’s how it works:
- Enter Saturday’s FREE contest here. On top of the $50 in free prizes, anyone who beats Paul Kukla will be entered in the May 11th Kukla’s Korner Fantasy Hockey Championship.
- Draft your team. You have to pick 10 players while staying under the 1 million dollar fantasy salary cap. Spend wisely.
Follow the live scoreboard and if you beat Paul you will win your share of the prize money and get a free entry in the Kukla’s Korner Fantasy Hockey Championship.
Last Saturday 10 Kukla’s Korner readers qualified. Congratulations to datsyukian, Dark Side, tkfergy, Coopey, docksidepess, Dave Jenkins, quibell_17, thembones, nycdevil88, and hootinani.
This Saturday is the second chance to book your seat to the Fantasy Hockey Championship. The Champion will win $100 in FREE cash. You can win multiple seats to the Championship by beating Paul Kukla on the following dates:
- This Saturday – click here to enter.
- Saturday May 4th
If you already have an account with Fantasy Feud click this link to participate in the challenge.
Get in a free game tonight. Here are some guys to target for tonight’s leagues.
Thursday’s Value Plays
C – Bryan Little – Winnipeg Jets - $80,839
Little hasn’t found the scoresheet in 2 straing games but he had 10 points in 6 games before his recent slump. I’m not giving up on the Jets top line facing elimination.
RW – Claude Giroux – Philadelphia Flyers – $111,657
If you’re wondering why Giroux is cheaper now than he has been most of the season you aren’t the only one left scratching your head. With 8 points in his last 5 games put Giroux in your lineup in a game that is sure to feature its fair share of goals.
Kyle Okposo – RW – New York Islanders - $79,537
Okoposo is living up to expectations at this point of the season. He has 6 points in his last 4 games and for anyone watching the Islanders last game against the Hurricanes there is no question Kyle was the best player on the visiting team.
Frans Nielsen – C – New York Islanders - $81,372
Nielson has 5 points in his last 4 games and he’s playing the best hockey he has all year. I like the Islanders 2nd line more than their top unit at the moment.
Brad Richards – C – New York Rangers – $100,503
He has 9 points in his last 4 games and looks like the player we all feel in love with during his playoff run with the Lightning. Look for him to keep the scoring streak alive.
Ryan Callahan – RW – New York Rangers – $111,045
Save yourself some money and put Callahan in your lineup over his line mates Nash and Stepan. With 7 points in his last 5 games he’s the option on the Rangers top unit that gets you the best bang for your buck.
Henrik Zetterberg – LW – Detroit Red Wings - $109,516
Henrik has 5 assists in his last 2 games and is single handedly giving the Wings a chance to make the playoffs.
Register for Free Now!
Don’t miss your chance to be the Kukla’s Korner Fantasy Hockey Champion. Play in the Beat Paul Kukla Challenge on Saturday. Here’s how to join:
- Join for free and register in the league here.
- Build a roster of 10 players in a salary cap league. You have 1 million fantasy dollars to build your team.
- Follow the live scoreboard on Saturday to see if you win.
If you already have an account click here to access the Kukla’s Korner challenge.
Best of luck against Paul on Saturday!
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