It is a truism of draft day that experienced fantasy GMs know well: early rounds win weeks; late rounds win championships. In the first few rounds, picks are often very predictable; this quickly goes out the window at about pick 50. Strategies become apparent from draft picks of other GMs - at this point, rookies stick out like sore thumbs. In those later rounds, inexperienced GMs often miss the hidden gems, relying on gut feelings and name recognition to select potential duds. Successful GMs stick to the winning formula: select players that are expected to provide a gritty cross-category brand of hockey, and forgo those one-stat wonders.
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