Fantasy Hockey Week 19 Waiver Wire Picks & Preview

Fantasy Hockey Week 19 Waiver Wire Picks & Preview

Fantasy Hockey Week 19 Waiver Wire Picks & Preview

In the 48th episode of the Fantasy Hockey Hacks Podcast, the FHH team discusses week 19 in the NHL – John’s List & Fantasy Lock Of The Week, Headlines With The Hacks, Ask The Hacks, and Edge Work (Schedule Notes, Week 19 Waiver Wire Picks). Subscribe to our podcast on all major directories; and stay up to date with the latest in fantasy hockey news and fantasy hockey advice. Be sure to visit LeftWingLock.com, the best source for fantasy hockey intelligence; and The Hockey Podcast Network for more great hockey-related content.

Highlights:
  • Tyler Toffoli gets traded to the Calgary Flames
  • Matt Boldy scores 4 points and his first career hat trick
  • Sidney Crosby scored his 500th career NHL goal
  • Drew Dougthy played in his 1000th NHL game
  • Joe Pavelski hits 20 goals for the 12th time in his career
  • Alex Ovechkin hits 30 goal plateau for the 16th time in his career
  • Mark Scheifele recorded his second hat trick of the season
  • Jack Eichel scored his first point of the season
  • Elias Lindholm is on a 7-game goal streak
  • Cole Caufield Comeback?
  • John’s List/Fantasy Lock Of The Week (2:43), Headlines With The Hacks (7:31), Ask The Hacks (33:35), Edge Work – Schedule Notes (43:55), Edge Work – Waiver Wire (50:23)

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John’s List

If you have been listening to our podcast for a while, you’ve undoubtedly heard about “John’s List”; which is basically John’s $h!t list of players past and present. We’ve decided to make this a regular segment on the podcast and will include it in the blog for fun as well. If you have any suggestions for players we should add to the list, let us know!

China’s Men’s Olympic Hockey Team

Fantasy Lock Of The Week (Feb 13 – 20, 2022) | Presented by Left Wing Lock
🔥Elias Lindholm, C/RW, 96% Rostered (Yahoo)

8 Points, 4 Goals (2 GWG), 1 PPP, 11 SOG, +4, 56.6% PP Share, 19:10 ATOI in 3 games played.  Lindholm has 15 points ( 8 goals) in his last 9 games played; on-pace for 82 points. 

Honorable Mentions: Connor McDavid (8 points – 3 goals, 5 assists, 1 GWG, 1 PPP, 22 SOG, +4, 73.7% PP share in 4 GP); Robert Thomas (6 points – 2 goals, 4 assists, 1 GWG, 1 PPP, 11 SOG, +4, 66.7% PP in 3 GP).

Headlines With The Hacks (News & Injuries) | Feb 13 – 20, 2022

Our partner, Left Wing Lock, has a complete up-to-date list available on their website for all players placed on COVID protocol. You can see that list here.

February 14
  • The NHL’s 3-stars for the week ending February 13th are Jacob Markstrom (3-0-0, 1.33 GAA, .959 SV%, 1 SO), Patrik Laine (6 Pts, 3 G in 3 GP), and Nico Hiscier (6 Pts, 5 G in 4 GP)

  • The Calgary Flames acquired Tyler Toffoli from the Montreal Canadiens in exchange for Tyler Pitlick, Emil Heineman, 2022 1st RD Pick (Top 10 draft lottery protection), and 2024 5th RD pick. 
  • Vegas Golden Knights GM Kelly McCrimmon announced on Monday that center Jack Eichel would make his season debut on Wednesday against the Colorado Avalanche. 
  • Matt Boldy scores 4 points and his first career NHL hat trick! 

  • Stuart Skinner makes 20 saves for his 1st career shutout as the Oilers beat San Jose 3-0. Darnell Nurse scored his 50th career NHL goal. 

  • Mitch Marner collected his 400th point (120 goals, 280 assists) in just 391 games played. Marner has been lighting up the league lately to the tune of 20 points (10 goals) in his last 10 games played (as of February 15th). 

February 15
  • The Montreal Canadiens announced on Tuesday that Carey Price would not have any on-ice practices for the week. 
  • According to Frank Seravalli’s sources, Robin Lehner may have a torn labrum and may not be able to continue playing for the remainder of the season. The Vegas Golden Knights have apparently expressed interest in acquiring Marc-Andre Fleury
  • Rasmus Ristolainen has been placed on injured reserve by the Philadelphia Flyers.  
  • Sidney Crosby scored his 500th career NHL goal against the Philadelphia Flyers on Tuesday night. Crosby became the 46th player in NHL history to score 500 goals. Kris Letang scored in OT to collect his 30th overtime point (8 G, 22 A), passing Erik Karlsson for most by a defenceman in NHL history. 

  • Drew Doughty celebrated his 1000th NHL game Tuesday night against the Edmonton Oilers. Doughty has scored 558 points (129 goals) in his career to date. 

  • Joe Pavelski reached the 20-goal plateau for the 12th time in his career. Pavelski was pointless in 6 games leading up to Tuesday’s game against the Avs, but he managed to score 4 points (2 goals) to break the streak. 52 points (21 goals) through 47 games played. 

  • Alex Ovehkin scored his 30th goal of the season against the Nashville Predators. Ovechkin has reached 30 goals in a season for the 16th time – 2nd most in NHL history. 

  • Tyler Toffoli scored a goal in his first game with the Calgary Flames. The former Hab played just 12:18 TOI alongside Dube and Monahan on the 3rd line. 

February 16
  • Patrice Bergeron was on the ice for practice, on-track to return Thursday night. 
  • Josh Norris resumed skating for the Ottawa Senators on Wednesday morning. 
  • Matt Murray left Tuesday’s game in the 3rd period, but the Senators are hopeful that he will play over the weekend. 
  • Mark Scheifele recorded his second hat trick of the season against the Minnesota Wild. The Jets took that game 6-3. Blake Wheeler also posted 4 assists in that game. 

  • Congrats to the Canadian women’s hockey team on winning gold, defeating team USA 3-2. 

  • Alexander Barkov scored a goal of the year candidate against the Carolina Hurricanes on Wednesday night. Barkov has 13 points (7 goals) in his last 9 games played, on-pace for 98 points. 

February 17
  • Justin Schultz is DTD with an upper-body injury. Just 2 goals and 13 points this season (27 point-pace) for the former Penguin. 
  • Josh Bailey is DTD with an upper-body injury. The Islanders forward has just 3 goals, 21 points in 38 games played to date this season. 
  • Leon Draisaitl scored 2 goals against the Anaheim Ducks Thursday night to record his 12th multi-goal game of the season. Draisaitl is tied with McDavid for the league-lead in points with 68, and leads the NHL in goals with 35 to date. The Oilers won 7-3, sit 3rd in the Pacific. 
  • The Montreal Canadiens broke a 10-game losing streak with a 3-2 OT win against the St. Louis Blues. Cole Caufield scored the game-tying goal with 10 seconds left, then scored the OT winner. 

  • Jack Campbell made a season-high 45 saves in a 4-1 win over the Pittsburgh Penguins. Was credited with an assist as well on Morgan Rielly’s goal.
  • Patrik Laine scored a hat trick in a 7-4 win over the Blackhawks on Thursday night. The former Jet is playing like a man-possessed right now with 16 points (10 goals) in his last 8 games played! 

  • Timo Meier broke out of his 6-game slump (just 1 assist over that span of games) with 3 points (2 goals) against the Canucks. Meier is now up to 50 points (23 goals) in 43 games played this season. 
  • Brock Boeser has been added to Frank Seravalli’s trade list…
  • John Carlson recorded his 5th consecutive 10-goal season on Thursday night against the Flyers. 

February 18
  • The Montreal Canadiens have hired Vincent Lecavilier and Nick Bobrov as part of hockey operations. 
  • Jesse Puljujarvi suffered a lower-body injury in Thursday’s contest with the Anaheim Ducks. Coach Jay Woodcroft told the media that the Bison King will be out for approximately 4 weeks. 

  • Victor Rask was placed on waivers by the Minnesota Wild. 
  • Andrew Copp (upper-body) is DTD for the Winnipeg Jets. Cole Perfetti (upper-body) is going to be more than DTD. 

  • The NHL shared a rendering of what the stadium will look like at the Stadium series in Nashville. 

  • Gary Bettman upholds Brad Marchand’s 6-game suspension. 

  • Jack Eichel recorded his first point of the season, an assist on Pacioretty’s 2nd period goal. 

  • Mason Marchment recorded a hat trick against the Minnesota Wild on Friday night. Marchment has 15 points (9 goals) in his last 7 games played. 

  • Kirill Kaprizov scored his 50th career NHL goal in his 100th career game against the Florida Panthers on Friday night. 

  • Jake Oettinger and Marc-Andre Fleury both recorded a shutout in a 1-0 shootout win for the Dallas Stars Friday night. Oettinger has started 7 of the last 9 games for Dallas, looks to be the guy in goal for the remainder of the season. 
February 19
  • Tage Thompson recorded a hat trick for the Buffalo Sabres in a 5-3 loss to the Colorado Avalanche. Thompson is up to 37 points (19 goals) in 46 games this season.  On-pace for 63 points and 32 goals this season. 

  • Vladimir Tarasenko missed Saturday’s game against the Maple Leafs with an undisclosed injury. Jordan Kyrou filled in for him on the top line. 
  • The Toronto Maple Leafs (who lost 6-3 to the Blues on Saturday night) traded Nick Ritchie and a conditional 2nd round pick for Ilya Lyubushkin and Ryan Dzingel. 

  • It’s going to go down to be a tight race for the Calder this season. Trevor Zegras is now in 2nd place in rookie scoring after posting 3 assists Saturday. Lucas Raymond is still in 1st place, but it should be noted: over his last 12 GP, Raymond has just 1 point (a goal) 5v5, the rest of his production (6 points) has come on the PP. 

  • Elias Lindholm is in a 7-game goal streak, a career-high for him. 

  • Cale Makar required the second fewest games by a defenceman in franchise history to record 50 points (45 GP). 

February 20
  • Elvis Merzlikins is considered DTD with a lower-body injury sustained during Saturday’s practice. Jonas Korpisalo was also out on Sunday, JF Berube got the call for the Blue Jackets.

  • Clayton Keller reached the 20-goal mark for the second time in his career in a 3-1 win over the Dallas Stars.

  • Jack Eichel scored his first goal as a member of the Golden Knights on Sunday night.

  • Andrew Hammond posted a .938 SV% and earned his first NHL win since April 9, 2016, a 3-2 win over the Islanders.

Ask The Hacks

  • Alex Killorn hit waivers. Should I drop Jason Robertson or Viktor Arvidsson for him? Points, SOG, Blocks only league. 
  • Is it worth dropping Brayden Schenn for Brock Boeser (55Boudr on Twitter).
  • I have a trade that will go through in 3 days, and I was confident in it before, but I’m having second thoughts. G,A, PPG, SHG & shots league. I’m trading away Barbashev and Reilly Smith for Gustav Nyquist and Ryan Strome. Do I make this trade? 
  • I was offered a trade of Jason Robertson and Timo Meier (Send) for Aleksander Barkov (Acquire). I am also thinking about picking up Matthew Boldy from Minnesota. Do you have a minute for some advice?
  • I was offered Artemi Panarin (Acquire) and a 15th round pick for Cam Talbot (Send) and my 2nd round pick next year. Do I take it?

Edge Work | NHL Schedule, Week 19

There are a total of 48 games on the schedule for next week. Similar to the previous week, the light days (days with less than 50% of teams playing) are not particularly light, with a minimum of 5 games played each day throughout the week. Columbus (+31 Strength Of Schedule), Seattle (-6 Strength Of Schedule) and Winnipeg (-3 Strength Of Schedule) play all 4 of their games next week on light days. Colorado (-2 Strength Of Schedule), New York Islanders (-11 Strength Of Schedule), San Jose (-11 Strength Of Schedule), and Toronto (+1 Strength Of Schedule) play 3 of their 4 games on light days – look to those teams for a schedule advantage. 

  • Monday – 5 Game
  • Tuesday – 6 Games
  • Wednesday – 5 Games
  • Thursday – 8 Games
  • Friday – 6 Games
  • Saturday – 10 Games
  • Sunday – 8 Game
Teams With 4 Games: 
Team Of Interest | Toronto Maple Leafs (Strength of Schedule: +2) 
  • The Maple Leafs have 3 winnable games on the schedule for next week – Montreal (1-8-1 last 10 GP), Columbus (6-4-0 last 10 GP), and Detroit (5-5-0 last 10 GP). The real challenge will be a home game against the Minnesota Wild on Thursday, who the Leafs lost to in a shootout on December 4th. Toronto is 8-2-0 in their last 10 games played, are scoring at a rate of 4.40 GF/GP (2nd), and have the number 1 ranked power play during that stretch at 40.7%! Players To Consider: Ilya Mikheyev (6%), Michael Bunting (30%), Ondrej Kase (3%), Alexander Kerfoot (15%), T.J. Brodie (2%), Jake Muzzin (26%), Petr Mrazek (45%).
Teams With 3 Games: 
Team Of Interest | St. Louis Blues (Strength of Schedule: -28) 
  • St. Louis may just have the best schedule of any team in the NHL next week, with 3 games against struggling teams well out of the playoff picture – Philadelphia (2-7-2 last 10 GP), Buffalo (4-5-1 last 10 GP), and Chicago (3-6-1 last 10 GP). The Blues have not faced the Flyers or Sabres this season, but are 2-0-1 against the Blackhawks in that season series. St. Louis is 6th in the NHL in GF/GP with 3.44; and to date this season has the 2nd best power play at 27.1%. Players To Consider: Brandon Saad (12%), Robert Thomas (23%), Ivan Barbashev (41%), Justin Faulk (69%).
Teams With 2 Games: 
Team Of Interest | Ottawa Senators (Strength of Schedule: -16) 

The Ottawa Senators have a favourable schedule according to Left Wing Lock; however, the Sens do take on Minnesota before facing-off against the lowly Habs. The Wild are 7-3-0 in their last 10 games, and have been scoring at a rate of 4.00 GF/GP, good enough for 4th in the NHL over that span. Ottawa lost to Minnesota 5-4 in OT on November 2nd; but Ottawa has been getting much better goaltending of late. The Senators and Habs have not faced each other yet this season, but do play 4 times between February 26th and April 23rd. Montreal just recently broke a 10-game losing streak. Players To Consider: Alex Formenton (6%), Nick Paul (6%), Connor Brown (15%), Tim Stutzle (36%), Tyler Ennis (2%), Matt Murray (29%), Anton Forsberg (11%).

Edge Work | NHL Week 19 Waiver Wire Targets

Waiver wire targets will be focused on players with ownership ~50% or less. 

Top Waiver Wire Targets

📈 Matt Boldy (LW), MIN | Rostered: 35% (Yahoo) | GP: 3 (@OTT, @TOR, @CGY) | Line: 3 (w/ Gaudreau & Fiala, PP1) 
  • The Minnesota rookie is off to a fantastic start to his NHL career with 16 points (8 goals) in 16 games. Boldly had cooled-off lately with 4 points (3 goals) in 6 games, which all came on February 14th against Detroit, until Sunday when he posted a goal and an assist against the Edmonton Oilers. Boldy is still being given prime deployment on a line with Kevin Fiala and Frederick Gaudreau, averaging 16:25 TOI and 2:44 PPTOI over his last 10 games. Boldy’s iSH% (17.5%) and tEVSH% (12.6%) are certainly red flags, but enjoy the production for as long as it lasts.
📈 Cole Caufield (RW), MTL | Rostered: 34% (Yahoo) | GP: 2 (Vs.TOR, Vs.BUF, @OTT) | Line: 1 (w/ Suzuki & Anderson, PP1) 
  • It appears that a coaching change (and Toffoli being traded) was all the Montreal rookie needed to get back on track. With St.Louis behind the bench, Caufield has 4 goals in 4 games and has seen an expanded role at 5v5 (21:04 TOI in his last game) and on the power play (5:36 PPTOI, 60% PP share). Playing alongside Suzuki and Anderson on the Habs top line and first power play unit, Caufield is worth consideration in most fantasy formats. 9 points (5 goals) in his last 9 games. 
📈 Scott Laughton (LW), PHI | Rostered: 10% (Yahoo) | GP: 3 (Vs.Car, Vs.STL, Vs.WSH) | Line: 2 (w/ Konecny & Van Riemsdyk, PP2) 
  • With Kevin Hayes out of the lineup, and Sean Couturier done for the season; Scott Laughton has stepped up for the Flyers. Over his last 7 games played, the 2012 1st rounder has posted 8 points (4 goals) playing 18:10 ATOI alongside Travis Konecny and James Van Riemsdyk. That line has been effective 5v5 – 77.78 GF%, 60.15 xGF%, 56.76 SCF%, and 76 HDCF%. It appears Laughton has earned some time on the power play as well, seeing over 30% PP share in his last 3 games played. Prior to that, Laughton saw very little or no time on the power play. Tough schedule for next week, strategically it might be best to grab him for Monday/Tuesday then look at streaming another forward for the remainder of the week (see Buffalo players mentioned below). 
📈 Robert Thomas (C/RW), STL | Rostered: 28% (Yahoo) | GP: 3 (@PHI, Vs.BUF, @CHI) | Line: 3 (w/ Tarasenko & Buchnevich, PP1) 
  • The kids are alright in St. Louis! Robert Thomas, Jordan Kyrou, Ivan Barbashev, and Pavel Buchnevich have been fantastic for the Blues this season, basically taking over the offence from older veteran players like Ryan O’Reilly (31 Pts in 44 GP) and David Perron (22 Pts in 35 GP). Thomas has found himself on a very effective line with Buchnevich and Vladimir Tarasenko; line stats – 59.11 CF%, 81.82 GF%, 61.49 xGF%, 62.39 SCF%, and 58.82 HDCF%. Thomas has 9 points (2 goals) in his last 10 GP. 
📈 Jeff Skinner (RW), BUF | Rostered: 29% (Yahoo) | GP: 3 (@MTL, @STL, @DAL) | Line: 1 (w/ Tuch & Thompson, PP1) 
  • The entire 1st line in Buffalo is fantasy relevant at the moment, so take a minute to see who is available in your league and pick them up now! With a hat trick on Saturday, Tage Thompson is on-pace for 62 points and 29 goals this season. Alex Tuch has been better than a point per game since his return, posting 20 points and 7 goals in 18 games played. Finally, Jeff Skinner is having another bounce-back season with 36 points and 20 goals in 48 games this season. On-pace for 62 points and 35 goals, Jeff Skinner is certainly worth an add if you’re in need of some offence, and offers great shot volume at 3.1 SOG/GM (~255 SOG over 82 GP). 12 points, 6 goals in his last 10 games played. Also: Alex Tuch (48%), Tage Thompson (45%).
📈 Yegor Sharangovich (C/LW/RW), NJD | Rostered: 6% (Yahoo) | GP: 2 (@PIT, @CHI) | Line: 1 (w/ Hughes & Mercer, PP2) 
  • Yegor Sharangovich has been red hot of late, posting 8 points and 2 goals over his last 6 games; mostly playing alongside Jack Hughes and either Jesper Bratt (when healthy) or Dawson Mercer on the team’s top line. To date this season, 22 of Sharangovich’s 24 points have come at either 5v5 or even-strength. He’s seeing some power play time (24% PP share), but certainly won’t be a contributor to PPP. Just 2 games for next week, but those games are on a back-to-back on Thursday and Friday, so maybe a nice streaming option for two days. 
📈 Boone Jenner (LW/RW), CBJ | Rostered: 51% (Yahoo) | GP: 4 (Vs.TOR, @FLA, @CAR, Vs.PIT) | Line: 1 (w/ Laine & Bjorkstrand, PP1) 
  • In his last 13 games dating back to January 15th, Boone Jenner has 10 points and 4 goals at 5v5 (14 total points, 6 goals, 3 PPP), placing him in the top 12 in the NHL in 5v5 scoring! The Blue Jackets captain has matched the production of some elite players over that span, including: Connor McDavid, Leon Draisaitl, Kirill Kaprizov, and Filip Forsberg. It’s a tough schedule for Jenner and the Blue Jackets next week, but given his deployment and linemates I would still be looking to roll him out for 4 games next week. 
📈 Robby Fabbri (LW/RW), DET | Rostered: 7% (Yahoo) | GP: 2 (Vs.COL, Vs.TOR) | Line: 2 (w/ Bertuzzi & Suter, PP1) 
  • Similar to Boone Jenner, Robby Fabbri has been productive 5v5 over the last month or so, posting 8 points and 3 goals in 13 games played (11 total points, 4 goals, 2 PPP). Just 2 games on the schedule next week, and tough matchups against Colorado and Toronto. However, Fabbri is locked into the top 6 and is playing on the top power play unit. May be worth stashing for beyond next week if your roster has space. 
📈 Adrian Kempe (LW/RW), LAK | Rostered: 39% (Yahoo) | GP: 3 (@ARI, @ANA, Vs.NYI) | Line: 1 (w/ Kopitar & Iafallo, PP1)
  • Adrian Kempe is having a fantastic season for the Los Angeles Kings with 33 points and 23 goals through 47 games this season. 23 goals is already a career-high for Kempe, who is on-pace for nearly 40 goals through 82 games played. The Kings have a favourable schedule for next week with games against Arizona, Anaheim and the New York Islanders (-25 according to the Left Wing Lock strength of schedule tool). Still less than 40% rostered, Kempe could be a helpful addition for next week. 17 points (12 goals) in his last 18 GP. 
📈 Kailer Yamamoto (LW/RW), EDM | Rostered: 7% (Yahoo) | GP: 3 (@TB, @FLA, @CAR) | Line: 1 (w/ McDavid & Hyman)
  • With Jesse Puljujarvi out with injury, Yamamoto has been elevated to the top line with McDavid and Hyman; and he has posted 3 points (2 goals) in his last 3 games played. Not typically a volume shooter, but Yamamoto has taken 10 SOG in his last 3 games, and may be worth an add for as long as he maintains his current deployment and shot volume. That line has been effective this week – 65.79 CF%, 66.67 GF%, 68.18 SCF%, 72.73 HDCF%. 
📈 Rasmus Andersson (D), CGY | Rostered: 48% (Yahoo) | GP: 3 (Vs.WPG, @VAN, Vs.MIN) | Pair: 1 (w/ Hanifin, PP1) 
  • In just 48 games this season, Andersson has set a new career-high in points with 27. On-pace for 45 points, but still just 48% rostered. Quarterbacks the power play, and plays on the top pairing with Noah Hanifin; provides exposure to elite-level fantasy assets Lindholm, Gaudreau, and Tkachuk. We could also see more from Andersson in terms of goal-scoring, his iSH% (2.2%) is well below last year’s 5.2%, and still below his 3-year average of 3.8%; not to mention that the Flames blue liner is shooting at a career-best 1.9 SOG/GM. 7 points (1 goal) in his last 8 games played. 
📈 Josh Morrissey (D), WPG | Rostered: 48% (Yahoo) | GP: 4 (@CGY, @DAL, @COL, @ARI) | Pair: 1 (w/ DeMelo, PP1) 
  • Josh Morrissey has 5 points (1 goal, 4 PPP) in his last 7 games played, which coincides with his deployment as the team’s power play quarterback. Since February 8th, Morrissey has received 80% PP share, has chipped in with nearly 2 hits and 2 blocks per game, and is skating ~25 minutes per contest. With 4 games on the schedule for next week, Morrissey should be on your watch/add list. 
📈 Noah Dobson (D), NYI | Rostered: 32% (Yahoo) | GP: 4 (@SEA, @SJS, @LAK, @ANA) | Pair: 1 (w/ Chara, PP1) 
  • Noah Dobson has been great for the Islanders this season, currently on-pace for a career-high 43 points and 15 goals over 82 games played. Dobson has taken over the PP1 role this season, averaging over 21 minutes per game. 8 points (3 goals), 2.8 SOG/GM, 70% PP share in his last 10 games played. 
📈 Jake Oettinger (G), DAL | Rostered: 65% (Yahoo) | GP: 3 (Vs.WPG, @NSH, Vs.BUF) | Role: Tandem (45% Net Share)
  • Jake Oettinger has started 8 of the last 10 games for the Dallas Stars, and by all accounts has taken the starting role from veteran net minder Braden Holtby. In those last 10 games, Oettinger is 6-3-0, 1 SO, with a 2.56 GAA, .919 SV%, and a 1.85 GSAA. Expect 2 starts from the Stars young netminder next week. Absolutely a must-add for the remainder of the season. 
📈 Jeremy Swayman (G), BOS | Rostered: 58% (Yahoo) | GP: 3 (Vs.COL, @SEA, @SJS) | Role: Tandem (42% Net Share)
  • It’s been an interesting season for Swayman, but the goaltending situation has finally settled out in Boston; and the Bruins rookie should see at least 50% net share for the remainder of the season. Boston has a -25 strength of schedule for the upcoming week, with Colorado presenting the biggest challenge. Swayman has started 4 of the last 5 games for Boston, and has been particularly good in those starts, posting a 3-0-1 (1 SO) record with a 0.97 GAA, .968 SV%, and 7.06 GSAA. Monitor the crease closely over the next couple weeks.

Also: Petr Mrazek (45%), Pavel Francouz (41%), Philipp Grubauer (60%), Matt Murray (30%), Craig Anderson (12%), Thomas Greiss (5%).


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