Fantasy Focus: Second Year Bust or Booms

December 7th, 2009 by Matt Sitkoff Leave a reply »


The second season in an NHL player’s career can be a make or break one.  One could have a tremendous rookie and follow that up with a sophomore slump and never regain the magic touch, or just get their feet wet getting use to the speed and break out as a fantasy star. 

This week on the Fantasy Focus we are going to breakdown some of the game’s best sophomore’s and what their fantasy value is today and going forward.


Steve Mason, Blue Jackets G

The 2009 Calder Trophy winner is currently in one of the worst sophomore slumps out there today.  His ranks in both save percentage (42nd) and goals against (42nd) are second worst, thank god for Vesa Toskala, who is ranked 43rd in both categories.  So the question arises for a fantasy owner of what to ...

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