One of the top hockey analysts in the DFS industry has put together a beginner’s guide to learning NHL DFS.
In this course, jmbwngfn covers:
• The basic terminology you need to know when it comes to hockey
• A breakdown of each site’s scoring system
• Why correlation and stacking is so important in NHL DFS
• Basic lineup construction strategies
• Which advanced statistics you should be looking at in your daily process
It’s never too late to learn a new DFS sport.
This lesson covers the important terminology and a breakdown of each site’s scoring.
This lesson focuses on the importance of correlation in NHL DFS and how to use it to your advantage.
This course covers some of the advanced statistics that should be included in your daily process.
One of the top baseball and hockey analysts in the DFS industry, John Britt aka jmbwngfn is a full-time accountant and family man hailing from St. Louis, Missouri. The proud graduate of the University of Missouri, John’s passion is hockey but he excels at multiple DFS sports. He has made his way to a live final and led the now defunct Daily Joust in NHL wins. He’s also been nominated multiple times for awards for his written work including 2014 Best Fantasy Baseball Ongoing Series, 2015 Hockey Writer of the Year, 2016 Hockey Writer of the Year & 2018 Hockey Writer of the Year by the Fantasy Sports Writer’s Association (FSWA). John can be found on Twitter at the username JMBWngFn.