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2018/19 NHL Mid-Season Eligibility Updates

If it is well documented that a player has changed positions or is consistently playing multiple positions after the season start, a dual eligibility update may be considered. However, Fleaflicker will never remove position eligibility mid-season. The player’s listed position with the NHL, past performances, depth charts and starting lineup data are all utilized to determine the position.

The following players have been approved for dual eligibility: 

Andrew Shaw (11/28 from C to C/RW)
Nikolay Goldobin (11/28 from RW to W)
Tyler Pitlick (11/28 from C to C/RW)
Frank Vatrano (11/28 from C to C/RW)
Marcus Sorensen (11/28 from RW to W)
Brendan Leipsic (11/28 from LW to W)
Nick Ritchie (11/28 from LW to W)
Ryan Spooner (11/28 from C to C/RW)
Dominik Simon (11/28 from C to C/RW)
Devin Shore (11/28 from C to C/RW)
Filip Chytil (11/28 from C to C/RW)
Jonathan Drouin (11/5 from C to C/LW)
Alex Iafallo (11/1 from C to C/LW)
Sebastian Aho (11/1 from RW/LW to F)
Richard Panik (11/1 from RW to W)
Timo Meier (11/1 from LW to W)
Dominik Kahun (11/1 from C to C/RW)
Paul Byron (11/1 from C to C/LW)
Evgenii Dadonov (11/1 from RW to W)
Ryan Dzingel (10/3 from C to C/LW)
Yanni Gourde (10/3 from C/LW to F)
Viktor Arvidsson (9/24, from LW to W)
Zach Hyman (9/24,  from RW to W)

Please contact us with any questions or concerns about eligibility. Here’s to a great season of fantasy hockey on Fleaflicker!

NBA Countdown

basketball-sports-teams-players-71103The NBA season is just within reach! The buzzer sounds on the 2018-19 NBA season on Tuesday, Oct. 16.

 

 

ALERT: The NHL Season Starts Tonight

The puck drops on the 2018-19 NHL season on Wednesday, Oct. 3. Enhance your hockey season by joining a fantasy hockey league!

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Save These Teams

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It’s the start of Week 4 in the NFL and commissioners are looking for replacement owners. You like a challenge, right? Save an ownerless team in a new league today — shape it up and GM it right into the playoffs! Visit the NFL RECRUITING FORUM

2018 NFL Player Eligibility Updates

The 2018 NFL season is close at hand and player eligibility reviews and updates have been completed. Our data provider makes the final decision on eligibility based on official rosters during the season, team media guides during the offseason and preseason insights. We try not to change eligibility after this time period unless absolutely necessary.

The following players on Offense have been approved for position changes: 

Alan Cross TE (from RB)
Dan Arnold TE (from WR)
Tavon Austin WR (from RB)

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Join a New League This Season

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Fantasy football drafts are getting into high-gear! Now is the perfect time to join a new or existing league or start your own.

Less than a week to go until the official start of the season. Yep, we’re ready for some football!

 

2018/19 NHL Player Eligibility Updates

The 2018/19 NHL season is upon us and player eligibility reviews and updates have been completed. Our data provider makes the final decision on position eligibility. The player’s listed position with the NHL, past performances, depth charts and starting lineup data are all utilized to determine the position.

The following players have been approved for position changes:  Continue reading “2018/19 NHL Player Eligibility Updates”

Seen What’s New?

helmetfaviconDid you know there’s a  What’s New feature list accessible via the Fleaflicker Owner’s Manual? It is continuously updated and details every new site update and enhancement.

Here are some of the recent enhancements you’ll find highlighted there:

  • League-wide upgrades to Ad-Free and Competitive Edge
  • Continuous and multi-day waiver scheduling options
  • Ability for commissioners to stop drafts
  • Ability for commissioners to remove and replace owners mid-draft
  • Supplemental draft setup and scheduling options
  • iPhone X optimization

We hope What’s New is an additional helpful source to keep you informed!

Top 10 Impact Rookies of 2018

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Article By: Mario Puig         Photo Credit: Aspen Photo / Shutterstock.com

Running backs occupy most of the top spots on the 2018 cheat sheets. Led by the No. 2 draft pick, here are the rookies fantasy owners want on their taxi squads.

#1 Saquon Barkley, RB, NYG

Even in a strong rookie running back class, Barkley is the unquestioned top target in fantasy football. He grades as the top talent in the group – not surprising for the second pick in April’s draft – and he easily projects for the biggest workload. At 6-feet, 233 pounds, Barkley is the biggest running back on this list, yet his 4.40-second 40-yard dash also ranks first among the group. That’s why Barkley is ranked first among rookie runners, and also why he is among the top fantasy football targets in general this season. To get Barkley in your league, you’ll probably need a top-seven pick, maybe even top five. After running for 1,271 yards (5.9 YPC) and 18 touchdowns last year while adding 54 receptions for 632 yards and three scores at Penn State, Barkley projects as one of the league’s top producers from scrimmage for years to come.

> See where Barkley ranks amongst all top-ranked RBs on Fleaflicker.

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