Henrik Lundqvist may not be able to start on Sunday because of a neck injury. Garrett Rees tells us who the possible Sunday starter for the Blueshirts will be, along with some other names to remember for the final day of the week.
Sidney Crosby probably won’t return next week, but that doesn’t necessarily mean that Marc-Andre Fleury and the Penguins will have a bad week. Garrett Rees previews the upcoming week as you prepare for some playoff fantasy hockey.
Monday features a light night of games, with only three games on the schedule. With that in mind, Garrett Rees lists one player from each team worth either starting or sitting for the night’s action.
A Sunday Capitals/Blackhawks match on national TV and two key Pacific Division matchups highlight a light Sunday. However, we still have six players worth noting for the final day of the week – a key one for those in head-to-head leagues.
The MO for the Devils for the rest of the season is straightforward: keep winning. If you own Ilya Kovalchuk, Martin Brodeur, or any other key Devils player, you should be able to benefit again next week, as Garrett Rees explains.
The Blackhawks, led by Jonathan Toews, have been serving notice recently that they will not give up the Stanley Cup easily. But will the schedule next week provide smooth sailing as they look to extend their win streak?
The Colorado Avalanche have been one of the league’s coldest teams while recently completing what looked like a lopsided trade. So will the schedule provide them with any breaks next week? Garrett Rees tells us in his preview of the upcoming week.
The trades just keep on comin’, as Monday saw another significant trade go down. Fantasyhockey.com’s very own Dallas Stars expert Garrett Rees gives us his real-life and fantasy take on the latest deal.
The St. Louis Blues play five, count ‘em, five games next week. What that means is that we could suddenly be seeing plenty of Ty Conklin, who is filling in for the injured Jaroslav Halak. Garrett Rees has you covered as we look ahead to the upcoming week.
In spite of another injury to Martin Brodeur, the New Jersey Devils are climbing back into the playoff discussion with an incredible run over their past 15 games. In his weekly breakdown of the schedule, Garrett Rees analyzes the hot and cold streaks that teams are on and how they could affect your fantasy team.