A busier week in the NHL is on the schedule with just two teams playing just two games and now eight teams playing four. Now we are in the thick of it, where the charts are starting to take shape. The Calgary Flame’ The game is postponed to December 16 dropped their totals by one game this week while removing one game for the week from the Chicago Blackhawks, Nashville Predators and Toronto Maple Leafs.
The only teams that played two games were the Anaheim Ducks and the San Jose Sharks. While on the other end, the eight teams playing four games this week are the Boston Bruins, Hurricane Carolina, Los Angeles Kings, New Jersey Devils, Ottawa Senators, Seattle Kraken, Vancouver Canucks, and Vegas Golden Knights.
This week we see progressive and excellent multiplayer with the other top guys come down traumatized.
(Starting December 13, ESPN Fantasy Hockey)
Oliver Wahlstrom, New York Islander (4.2%)
Oliver Wahlstrom was recently the New York Islanders’ most effective and productive player, although head coach Barry Trotz kept him at the top. He has gone a very long way without a point, but the whole team is struggling to create many things.
In the past five games, he has really exploded and turned the tide this season, scoring as many would expect. He has three goals and five assists while scoring 17 minutes of penalties. If he can maintain that output, the team will have no choice but to raise him. Without participating in too many tournaments, you will easily take advantage of him with little risk.
Jesper Bratt, New Jersey Devil (21%)
Jesper Bratt continues his awe-inspiring pace since the start of the five-match pointless season. Since then, he has scored at least one point in 17 of 21 games, giving eight goals, 16 assists and 24 points. The chemistry between him, Dawson Mercer and Andreas Johnson is second to none on the Devil.
He may not be able to maintain this pace all season, but he is well on his way to the finish line with plenty of points for someone who is underrated than him.
Ivan Barbashev, St. Louis Blues (15.7%)
St. Louis Blues has a number of players absent, and Brayden Schenn’s difficulties this season have opened the door for Ivan Barbashev to move up to the second line and play with better players. This has helped, as he has scored six of his 10 goals for the season in the past nine games, while adding three assists to make it a point per player in the span. that time. Talent is always there, only at a team like the Blues, it’s hard to find opportunities to rise higher in the squad.
Nino Niederreiter, Hurricane Carolina (49.1%)
Nino Niederreiter is someone who has greatly benefited from playing in the top lane alongside Sebastian Aho and Teuvo Teravainen, and who won’t. With two goals, four assists and a rating plus seven in the previous five games, it looks like he will stay in the Hurricanes’ frontline for a while.
Ondrej Kase, Toronto Maple Leafs (4.1%)
The Mitch Marner’s injury gave Ondrej Kase the opportunity to jump into production. This may not last forever, but for now, here’s how things are going. Injuries have always hindered Kase’s career. But now that he’s healthy, we’re seeing him as a steal.
Kase has three goals and two assists in the past four games with 15 shots. He’s bound to keep scoring, especially when playing against Austin Matthews, who is hot-tempered in the scoring department.
Marcus Foligno, Minnesota Wild (36.6%)
Fantasy owners still seem hesitant about adding Marcus Foligno to their team. He is one of the most effective players in bringing value to all fantasy categories. He has been solid in scoring this season with 13 goals, while perhaps his most valuable asset is the number of penalty minutes he adds while not taking away the stats. is different.
Jake Bean, Columbus Blue Jacket (1.5%)
Beans JakeHis frost time has increased considerably recently with the way he has shown. With freezing time and opportunity comes a better chance to contribute on ice. In just the past three games, Bean has one goal and two assists, plus four, and eight shots. Adam Boqvist’s injury allowed the Blue Jackets to get a better look at Bean on the top lane with Zach Werenski.
Shayne Gostisbehere, Arizona Coyotes (36.4%)
One name continued to appear because of the uncertainty about which team he played for. Surprisingly, though, Shayne Gostisbehere has five subtracted from the team minus 53 and looks set to increase his playing time further shortly as Jacub Chychrun is dealing with an upper body injury.
Gostisbehere gets regular strength play time and has contributed 17 points this season, taking the lead. His ice time really increased late in the hour and was very respectable for a defender. The only part of the game where he really didn’t bring much value was in the penalty spot.
Alexander Georgiev, New York Ranger (13.2%)
Alexander Georgiev is still continuing his mission that started in New York while Igor Shesterkin remains injured. Gerard Gallant believes he will be back this week, but the team have three games in four days and Georgiev looks set to start at least two of them if Shesterkin doesn’t return until the weekend.
Since taking charge, Georgiev has won three-quarters of his games while achieving a goal-to-average ratio of 1.42 goals (GAA) and a save rate of 0.951 (SV%).
Jake Oettinger, Dallas Stars (29.7%)
Good news and bad news for Dallas Stars fans the previous day, Ben Bishop will not be able to continue his career. That means Jake Oettinger is here to stay. There’s been speculation about what the Stars will do when Bishop returns, now they don’t have to compete anymore.
The two goalkeepers they are running with, Braden Holtby and Oettinger, have done well. I hope they at least split the time, considering how Oettinger has won 5 of the 6 games he’s played and has 1.52 GAA and 0.951 SV% for the season. The addition of Ryan Suter in defence has helped defend goal a little better this year.
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Rob Couch is a THW freelance writer who primarily writes about the Edmonton Oilers and Philadelphia Flyers. He covers everything you need to know about fantasy hockey. He will also update you on NHL Stat Corner and trade talks from around the NHL.
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