Fantasy Hockey: 5 Early Questions You Have to Answer for Late-Season Success

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Fantasy Hockey: 5 Early Questions You Have to Answer for Late-Season Success
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We're just over two weeks into the 2011-12 regular season, which means we're also just over two weeks into the fantasy hockey season. 

Some of you are on top of the world—undefeated through the first two weeks and racking up points like it's your job, which is ironic because it's not (your actual job).

And the some of you are down in the dumps—winless through two weeks with an injured first-round pick or too many Blue Jackets, which is also ironic because Columbus is winless too.

Wherever you're at in the standings, you have to remind yourself it's still very early in the season and a lot can change between now and April. To make sure you're team is still in the hunt for a fantasy title come spring, here are five questions you have to ask yourself and answer...before it's too late.

(Author's note: Keep in mind this is being looked at from a fantasy hockey perspective. Just because I mention a guy only has a couple of points doesn't mean I think he's a bad hockey player.)

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