February 28, 2015
Apparently there have been some trades made lately, and we've got all you need to know about the players involved and their fantasy prospects on the 54th edition of the Keeping Karlsson Fantasy Hockey Podcast!
With a smattering of NHLers changing addresses in the last week, depth charts around the league are shifting quickly. Elan and Brian break down the (mis)fortunes of the players directly and indirectly involved in each deal, and let you know how much use they'll be to your fantasy team for the rest of the season.
There has also been a ton of intra-organizational movement in creases around the league, and we figure out which 'tenders are seeing the best opportunities to put up numbers for your fantasy playoff run. Brian both apologizes for yet steadfastly stands by last week's assessment of one such goalie.
We also take you through this week's players of note, including an above-average prospect in Chicago, a struggling sniper in Carolina, a new #1 in Buffalo, a sojourning forward in Arizona, and an unlikely streaker in New York.
Players discussed on this week's show include Jiri Sekac, Devante Smith-Pelly, Jiri Tlusty, Andrej Sekera, Daniel Winnik, Sean Bergenheim, Jaromir Jagr, David Clarkson, Kimmo Timonen, Niklas Hjalmarsson, Michael Frolik, Drew Stafford, Mark Scheifele, Kyle Cumiskey, David Rundblad, Nino Niederreiter, Jimmy Hayes, Patrick Shirp, Teuvo Teravainen, Kris Versteeg, Brad Richards, Ryan Miller, Eddie Lack, Patrick Kane, Scott Darlin, Antti Raanta, Andrei Vasilevskiy, Andrew Hammond, Mats Zuccarello, Michael Neuvirth, Kevin Hayes, Kyle Palmieri, Mark Arcobello, and more.
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