NHL Writers League Week 3: Hockey Joe Knows His Hockey

October 25, 2010 at 8:07 pm 2 comments

Week 3 of the NHL Writers League is complete, and Joe Yerdon (JYerdon), Editor of Pro Hockey Talk on NBCSports.com, knows his fantasy hockey. Joe compiled a team that managed to score 45.8 points, just barely beating Andrew Bucholtz (andrew_bucholtz), Editor of Yahoo’s CFL blog 55-yard Line, Sporting Madness and Canuck Puck, who scored 45.6 points.

So far, that’s three different winners for the first three weeks of the contest.

Kevin Schultz of Barry Melrose Rocks still has the season high score of 50.2 points.

Here’s how everyone did that played in Week 3.

1. Joe Yerdon (JYerdon) – Editor of Pro Hockey Talk on NBCSports.com – 45.8
2. Andrew Bucholtz (andrew_bucholtz) – Editor of Yahoo’s CFL blog 55-yard Line, Editor of Sporting Madness and Canuck Puck – 45.6
3. Mike Chen (bswb97) – Editor of From The Rink – 40.1
4. Gary Wilson (landsharkhockey) – Editor of Landshark Hockey – 32
5. Michael Remis (illegalcurve) – Producer, Webmaster, Twitterer & Tech Wizard for Illegal Curve – 29.2
6. Cam Davie (camdavie) – Editor of Canucks Army – 21.2
7. Sean Leahy (sleahy21) – Associate editor of Yahoo’s NHL blog Puck Daddy – 19.6
8. Chris Wassel (chriswassel) – Editor of Inside Hockey – 19.5
9. Julie Veilleux (metricjulie) – Editor of metricjulie.com – 17.7

If you want to start playing NHL fantasy, then head right here and get started.

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Entry filed under: Big time winners, FanDuel NHL Fantasy Writers Contest.

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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. metricjulie  |  October 25, 2010 at 8:17 pm

    RIGGED.

    There’s no way I’m THAT bad at this.

    Reply
  • 2. Joe Yerdon  |  October 26, 2010 at 12:07 am

    You should stop picking all Canadiens every weekend. BOOM.

    Reply

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