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Friday, January 27, 2023

Fantasy Pool Sleepers: Stanley Cup Playoffs

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notesThe basic Stanley Cup playoff pool has the following scoring system: goals and assists count for skaters with bonuses for hat-tricks, and wins count for team goalkeepers with bonuses for shutouts. These picks are a collaborative effort by Pete Jensen and Anna Dua.

Eastern Conference

spencer knightg, fla – Has backup for Florida Panthers goalkeeper Sergei Bobrovsky (tied with Andrei Vasilevsky The Tampa Bay Lightning leads in victory for the NHL, 39) but was one of the most valuable rookies of the season, going 10-3-1 with a .921 save percentage and his last 14 games after his tenure. I had two shutouts. American Hockey League. Knight went 1-1 in two games with .933 SV% and was eliminated after the Lightning’s last season.

TJ OshiF, WSH – The Washington Capitals wing was limited to 44 games this season, but has been productive for them in the playoffs (40 points from 53 games), especially during their 2018 Stanley Cup run (21 points from 24 games). Oishi and frequent linemates Niklas Backstrom (108 points in 133 career playoff games) has bounce-back fantasy potential and could help the Capitals surprise the Panthers.

alexander kerfootF, TOR – The Toronto Maple Leafs forward had an NHL career high this season in assists (38), points (51) and shots on goal (117). Kerfoot was second on the Maple Leafs in scoring (six points from seven games) the previous season behind consecutive linemates. William Nylander (eight points in seven games), upping your game after center John Tavares Injured during the playoffs.

alex kilornf, tbl – Lightning Wing remains an underrated option in the fantasy playoff pool, despite amassing 17 points (eight goals, nine assists) in 19 games during their 2021 championship run. Killorn has double-digit scores in four different seasons and quietly scored an NHL career-high 59 points (25 goals, 34 assists) in 82 games this season.

Seth JarvisF, CAR – Carolina Hurricanes playing in the top row with the rookie elite center Sebastian Hey | down the stretch and finished the regular season on a seven-game point streak with 12 points (four goals, eight assists) in their last 12 games. Jarvis ranks among the top 10 rookies in goals (17; t-seventh), points (40; ninth in 68 games) and even-strength points (34; eighth).

Jake DeBruskF, Bose – The Boston Bruins wing fell short of fanciful expectations last season (26 points from 59 games), but could break out if its recent production tops the line with the elite Patrice Bergeron And brad marchando Leads to the playoffs. Debrisc were third in goals (25) over the Bruins this season and narrowed the stretch with 16 points (10 goals, six assists) in their last 18 games.

Andrew KoppF, NYR The New York Rangers forward missed three of his final four games of the regular season with a lower body injury but is expected to return for the playoffs and a gap in his top six given his versatility. could be the manufacturer. Cop, who acquired from the Winnipeg Jets on March 21, has 18 points (eight goals, 10 assists) in 16 games, as the trade is mostly playing with the elite left wing in the second row. Artemi Panarin and center Ryan Strom,

Ricard RaquelF, PIT – The Pittsburgh Penguins Wing, acquired from the Anaheim Ducks on March 21, has scored 13 points in 19 games (including five multipoint games). Raquel, playing in the second row with the center Evgeny Malkin (174 points in 170 playoff games), scored 13 points (seven goals, six assists) in 15 games for the Ducks during his post-2017 season.

western conference

bowen byramd, colo – The Colorado Avalanche defenseman lost significant time this season due to injury but scored 17 points (five goals, 12 assists) in 30 games. Byram, who did not play for Colorado last season despite being healthy, was third among Avalanche defensemen this season in points per game (0.57). Cale Makar (1.12; second in the NHL) and Devon Toes (0.86; ninth) and second among NHL rookies in the back category Moritz Cedar (0.61) of the Detroit Red Wings.

Matt Boldyf, min – The Minnesota Wild Wing led NHL rookies in points per game (0.83; 39 in 47 games) this season among those who played at least 10 games. Boldy became a fixture in the second row with the Elite Wing Kevin Fiala (NHL career—85 points in 82 games; T-22nd in league) and center Frederick Goudreau (Career-best 44 points in 76 games).

Justin Foulkeyd,stl – The St. Louis Blues defenseman was tied 23rd this season (47 in 76 games). Falk led the Blues defensemen in points and goals and the NHL defensemen in goals (eight) and was second in points (17 in 16 games) in April. Faulk should benefit from consistent defense pairing torey krug healthy for the playoffs

tanner genottof, nsh – The Nashville Predators wing led NHL rookies in goals (24) and was fourth over the Predators in the forward category. Matt Duchenne (43), Philip Forsberg (42) and Ryan Johansen (26). Jeannot also led the NHL Rookies with five game-winning goals and scored three points (two goals, one assist) in four games against the Avalanche.

Denis Guryanovf, cast – The Dallas Stars wing was a standout during their 2020 Stanley Cup Finals run, scoring 17 points (nine goals, eight assists) in 27 postseason games. Guryanov, playing in the second row with the center Tyler Seguin (fourth over Dallas with 49 points) and Wing Jamie Benny (sixth with 46 points), scored two points (one goal, one assist) in two matches against the Calgary Flames this season and seven points (six goals, one assist) in six matches against them in their 2020 playoff series.

Tyler ToffoliF, CGY – The Calgary Flames wing has been productive during several deep playoff runs in his NHL career, when he won the Stanley Cup in 2014 and scored 14 points (seven goals, seven assists) in 26 games with the Los Angeles Kings . , nine assists) in 22 games during his Stanley Cup Final run last season with the Montreal Canadiens. He scored three points (one goal, two assists) in two matches against the Dallas Stars this season.

Evan BouchardD, EDM – The Edmonton Oilers defenseman scored his fifth-most points this season (43 in 81 games) and finished 14th in equal-strength points in the NHL in the position. Bouchard is playing on a defense pairing with the three-time Stanley Cup champions Duncan KeethoAnd it’s worth noting Edmonton’s top defender darnell nurse (lower body) Missed the last four games of the regular season.

Arthur KaliyevF, Laki – The Los Angeles Kings Wing led NHL rookies at SOG (194) this season and scored the second-most power-play goals (six) in its class. Trevor Zegrass (nine) of ducks. Kaliyev raised his point production in March and April (0.41 points per game) compared to October to March (0.30) and that would be his highest limit if he earned a top-six role. He is also due to betting luck, noting that he had the second lowest shooting percentage (7.2) in the NHL with at least 180 SOGs.

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