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Dual positions in Y!, ESPN leagues


Being a sophomore in the fantasy hockey my experience in quite limited, but one of the things I've noticed is the difference in dual positions generosity between Yahoo! and ESPN databases - seems the Yahoo! database has a lot more players with dual positions. And since I find this a valuable aspect when picking your players I tend to think it's somewhat of a disadvantage when playing in ESPN leagues. (Also I think dual positions are quite common for the actual NHL forwards)

 

But like I told, I'm a new guy and likely I'm wrong, so I'd like to see other players' opinion on these topics:

- How important for you is having dual positions players on your roster?

- Does Yahoo! really have a lot more players with dual positions or is it just me?

- Which players Database you find more accurate/realistic? (only concerning dual positions)

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