This is a very average week for the NHL, with most teams playing three games. Of course, there are some exceptions, but don’t expect your fantasy statistics to pop up on the page this week. Only four teams play four games, and two teams only play two games.
The teams that have participated in the most games include Calgary Flame, Columbus Blue Jackets, San Jose Sharks and Tampa Bay Chargers. And on the other end, Dallas Star The Philadelphia Flyers only played two games. The Flyers are declining, so you may want to avoid any of their players altogether, and the Stars schedule is not a good time to slow down because they are very hot right now. However, this does not mean that you cannot add players in the long term. With Nikita Kucherov and Braden Poyn injured, the depth of the lightning may be worth seeing.
(As of November 29, ESPN Fantasy Hockey)
Trevor Zegras, Anaheim Ducks (25.4% roster)
Trevor Zeglas In the past period of time, he has indeed improved his level of competition and returned himself to the Calder Trophy. In his last four games, he has four assists and eight shots in the last game. During that time, he still had 6 minutes of free throw time. The thing that might ignore the fantasy owner is that Zegras can contribute to all categories. He averaged 2.5 shots per game, took more free throws than the game, scored goals and assists, and played.
He found the chemistry in the second line. When opponents worry about the underrated top line of Adam Enrique, Ryan Gezlav and Troy Terry of the Anaheim Ducks, he can better match up.
Robert Thomas, St. Louis Blues (12.3%)
Although Robert Thomas did not add value to all categories, but if you need some assists, ice time, or even some strong play points, his ownership rate is not high, probably because of this reason. Thomas scored 20 points in 21 games, but only had two goals, 31 shots and 10 minutes of free throw time, which is not bad considering the conversion to 40 points throughout the semester.
Jesper Bratt, New Jersey Devils (9.5%)
Jesper Bratt has been ignored in all fantasy leagues, but if he is free, he should be an immediate target, and he should do it. Occupying a place in less than 10% of leagues, he has consistently scored high points since he got rid of a slow start. In his last four games alone, Blatt’s statistics are 1 goal, 5 assists, 6 and 14 shots (“Jesper Bratt of the Devil: 3 points in victory, CBS Sports, November 28, 2021).
His total scoring this season is as high as 17 points in 19 games and 54 shots. His partner with Dawson Mercer and Andreas Johnsson is very underestimated, and they should also be watched.
Clayton Keller, Arizona Coyotes (55.8%)
Clayton Keller started the season surprisingly slow, but playing for the Arizona Coyotes, they were a mess overall and didn’t help. Part of the recent success is his performance and his ability to score. The Coyotes have never been a frightening team because of their scoring ability, but Keller has scored in the past.
In the past five games, although he was turned away in the last game against the Dallas Stars, he has scored two goals, five assists, and scored 6.
Marcus Foligno, Minnesota Wild (18.9%)
The Minnesota Wilds players have been underestimated this season because there could have been more players on this list, including Ryan Hartman. Instead, I chose to follow Marcus Foligno here, who owns less than 20% of the league, rather than Hartman, who owns more than 40%. Many people do not yet understand how the committee has done to Wild. Of course, this doesn’t make many players a must-have player, but they always float at the top of the exemption line to power your team when needed.
Recently, Foligno has performed well above his season average, playing more than 18 minutes per game. With this extra ice time, he has been able to score three goals and one assist in the past five games. He shoots more goals than you think. Another advantage is that he gets a lot of free throw time. His total this season has reached 41.
Reilly Smith, Vegas Golden Knights (35%)
Riley Smith As the Las Vegas Golden Cavaliers begin to get healthy, they have been declining in scoring recently (“Las Vegas Golden Cavaliers report card: Robin Leiner, Riley Smith in the quarter Leading the season”, Sports meeting, November 26, 2021). He has scored a goal in four of the past five games, and after only scoring two goals in the first 12 games, he has scored seven goals in the past nine games. In a good team, goals can come from anywhere. A player like this has a lot of value because he can not only rely on his own talents to succeed, but also rely on the people around him to succeed.
Mats Zuccarello, Minnesota Wild (36.5%)
Another wild forward, despite having a very good offense this season, he is still ignored. His chemistry with Kirill Kaprizov continues to add a lot of value to Mats Zuccarello, so as long as he plays close to Kaprizov, Zuccarello is well worth joining.
He may not shoot the most shots or sit in the penalty area often, but he scored 16 points in 16 games and played a role in power. Zucarello also has a good playing time as a forward, averaging more than 18 minutes per game, and because he has a solid team and a good lineup around him, he also has a good plus-minus value at this stage of the season. .
Shayne Gostisbehere, Arizona Coyotes (37.4%)
Having spent a very good rebounding season in the most unlikely place, Shayne Gostisbehere once again showed that no matter which team he plays for, he can still generate points. The strong team of the Coyotes has two defensive players, Jakob Chychrun and Gostisbehere, because they are both offensive forces and the forward group is weak.
This helped him score 15 points in the team’s first 21 games this season. At this rate, even if Gostisbehere’s output drops slightly, he can easily get 50 points. The Coyotes will not be as bad as they started the season throughout the year. Even during that time, Gostisbehere seemed to be the only one who kept scoring at all times.
Jack Ottinger, Dallas Star (24.7%)
Once all their goalkeepers are healthy, Dallas will take action, but for now, Jack Ottinger has taken over the work of the star team, and since he was recalled from the American Hockey League, he has started four games this season. All won.
He has only scored five goals in four starts and has an incredible 1.26 goals-against average (GAA) and 0.959 save rate (SV%). He helped change the season of the star team, should be the best streaming choice on the Internet, and may be successful for a longer time.go through How well he played, He will force the team to keep him by his side.
James Reimer, San Jose Sharks (23.2%)
The ups and downs of the San Jose Sharks season continues, but one of the constants is James Remer’s goal difference.He has Took over the first job From Mount Aden, and for good reason. The Sharks still believe they can win and will do their best, and their veteran still has some juice left.
Remer has won seven victories this season and three of the past four games. His total score this year is 2.06 GAA, 0.933 SV%, and was eliminated in yesterday’s game against the Chicago Blackhawks. As long as the Sharks remain competitive, he can become a long-term choice.
It is always worth paying attention to teams that do not necessarily have a lot of star power, but have many players that are done by the committee. There, you will be able to find many streaming options in teams such as Wild or New Jersey Devils. Take a risk on any of these players this week, and you should not be disappointed by the results.
Rob Couch is a freelance writer for THW, covering the Edmonton Oilers and Philadelphia Flyers. He covers everything you need to know about fantasy hockey.He will also let you know the latest NHL Statistics Corner And from trade negotiations around the NHL.