May 29, 2022

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2022 NHL Trade Deadline fiction summary

2022 NHL Trade Deadline fiction summary

NHL.com has full coverage of fantasy hockey for the 2022 NHL trade deadline with the biggest moves impacting the players involved and their teammates new and old. For more fiction coverage, visit NHL.com/Fantasy And a free subscription to NHL Fantasy on Ice Audio notation.

the fictional impact of the Florey trade on the wilderness; Kokonen for sharks

Marc-Andre Fleury Acquired by Minnesota Wild of the Chicago Blackhawks on Monday, making him a top 10 fantasy goalkeeper once again.

Florey, who has already been scored in most fantasy leagues, is expected to be Wild’s new No. 1 goalkeeper, who has been linked with the team’s eighth worst save percentage (.899) in the NHL this season, ahead of his fellow veteran Cam Talbot. Minnesota replaced rookie goalkeeper Kapo Kahkkonen with the San Jose Sharks on Monday in a separate move.

The 37-year-old Florey is 19-21-5 with 0.908 savings (.914 in doubles power) and four closeouts this season with the Black Hawks and leads active NHL goalkeepers in regular season wins (511 in 928 games) and closings ( 71) and also Stanley Cup wins (90) and close (16). He won the Vezina Award and voted NHL Goalkeeper of the Year last season with the Vegas Golden Knights, going 10-10-0 with 0.928 SV% and six lockouts.

Fleury’s trade boosts Wild’s Stanley Cup chances where Fleury was a three-time champion with the Pittsburgh Penguins, as well as the fictional allure of Wild’s related defensemen (Jared Spurgeon, Matt Domba) and the attackers (Kirill Kaprizov, Kevin VialaAnd the Mats ZuccarelloAnd the Matt BoldiAnd the Ryan HartmanAnd the Joel Erickson Eck) for the rest of the season. This move reduces Talbot’s fictional value as a 1B or backup option.

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Kahkonen, who is 31-17-4 with .907 SV% and two closings in 54 NHL games, has a chance to become San Jose’s clear No. 1 goalkeeper even more. James Reimer And the Adin Hill And it’s worth thinking of as a potential fantasy sleeper in the deep leagues or dynasty.

Sharks, who agreed to an eight-year contract with the top position Thomas Hertle On March 16, they do not plan to rebuild, giving Kahkonen the opportunity to help them be more competitive along next season’s stretch with a roster that includes Hertl, the elite winger. Timo MeyerCenter Logan Couture and record defense Eric Carlson And the Brent Burns.

The imaginative effect of the Rakell trade on penguins

straight ahead Ricard Raquel It was acquired by the Pittsburgh Penguins of the Anaheim Ducks, giving it the potential to bounce back for the rest of the fantasy season. This move gives the penguins a second line upgrade with elite status Yevgeny MalkinAnd Raquel can also see the time on the top line with the elite attackers Sidney Crosby And the Jake Goentzel if Brian Rust To the owner’s suite.

Either way, Rakell’s trade boosts Pittsburgh’s scoring depth, chances of exiting the Metropolitan Division in the Stanley Cup playoffs and makes them one of the contenders in the Stanley Cup. Raquel, a two-time 30-goal in his National Hockey League career, was tied for second over the Ducks in goals (16) troy terry (29) and tied with Terry in most of his shots on goal (136) this season, despite being limited to 51 out of 64 matches. He’s also given solid coverage over the years with 61 this season and 1.3 per game in his career.

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The fictional effect of trading a cup on Rangers

straight ahead Andrew Cope He was acquired by the New York Rangers of the Winnipeg Jets on Monday, boosting his fantasy value for the remainder of the season in the deep leagues. Cobb, a three-time qualifier in the Yahoo Fantasy Leagues (C/LW/RW) and 33 percent on the list, will play in the top nine forwards group for New York and is more than capable of entering the wing in one of the top two. with any of the fonts Mika Zibanjad And the Chris Crieder or Artemi Banarin And the Ryan Strom.

Cobb, ranked in the top 200 in the standard fantasy leagues based on performance this season, played heavy minutes (19:47 per game) as a minor and winger at Winnipeg and was relevant to fantasy anywhere from the first to third line. Covers five of the six standard categories (13 goals, 22 assists, plus 2, nine strengths, 151 shots on target). Cobb had three assists for the Jets in his victory over the Chicago Blackhawks on Sunday in his last game before the trade.

Weekend moves

Read: The imaginative effect of the Giroux trade on the Panthers, Flyers

straight ahead Claude Giroud It was acquired by the Florida Panthers of the Philadelphia Flyers on Saturday, giving it a rolling edge in all its fictional forms. One of the top two lines with an elite row on either left flank is likely to start Jonathan Huberdeau or the center Alexander Barkov. right wing Owen Tibet He has the fanciful appeal of sleeping with the Flyers, especially in the dynasty leagues for next season.

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Tweet from NHLFantasy: Which team is most likely to win the Stanley Cup this season? Claude Giroud’s imaginative influence trades on FlaPanthers: https://t.co/QrynUKCn8T

Read: Giordano, Lindholm Worth adding after trades

Two fantasy related defensemen were traded this weekend; Mark Giordano It was acquired by Toronto Maple Leafs from Seattle Kraken on Sunday, and Humpus Lindholm The Boston Bruins acquired it from the Anaheim Ducks on Saturday before signing an eight-year contract on Sunday.

Tweet from NHLJensen: Which of the defenders circulating this weekend will make a fictional impact on ROS? @NHLFantasy Top 10 picks: https://t.co/sMj9nAUC2d

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