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Fantasy Hockey Waiver Wire Defenseman to Pickup

 Fantasy Hockey Waiver Wire Defenseman to Pickup Here are some defensemen you should pick up on the waiver wire Ryan Graves Ryan Graves is definitely a defenseman you want to scoop up quickly if he is still available on your waiver wire. Graves has been terrific for the New Jersey Devils this season, with 6 goals, 13 assists, 97 SOG, 110 blocks, and a +31 rating. In the last two weeks, Graves has 3 points, 20 SOG, 23 blocks, 1 GWG, and a +4 rating, which makes him the 29th-ranked defenseman overall in that timespan. Sam Girard Sam Girard is a frustrating player to own in fantasy hockey at times, but when he has a hot streak, he can be a league winner. Girard has 6 assists, 1 PPP, 1 GWG, 10 SOG, 10 hits, and 13 blocks in the last two weeks and has been tremendous for Colorado. Girard is owned in 26% of fantasy leagues, so he might not be available, but if he is, you may want to pick him up. Adam Boqvist Adam Boqvist is finally showing flashes of what made him a high pick back in the 201

Fantasy Hockey Waiver Wire Goalies to Pickup

 Here are some goalies to pickup now in Fantasy Hockey: Semyon Varlamov Semyon Varlamov has been solid in net for the New York Islanders in the last month of the season; he has a 2-2 record with a 2.35 GAA, .927 SV%, and 153 Saves during that timespan. Even though Varlamov will only get a few starts with Ilya Sorokin there, he has proven to be a reliable backup when called upon. Varlamov is owned in 41% of Fantasy leagues, you should take a flyer on him if you need a goalie with a good GAA and SV%. Antti Raanta Antti Raanta has played great for the Carolina Hurricanes in the last month of the season; he has a 3-0 record with a 1.49 GAA and .946 SV% during that timespan. With Fredrik Andersen back, Raanta will be back in the backup role, but he has thrived in this role and should continue to do so. Definitely, pickup Raanta if you have Fredrik Andersen because he doesn't start every game. Philipp Grubauer Philipp Grubauer has been playing a lot better for the Seattle Kraken in the l

Should the NHL go back to the 1-8 Playoff Format

For several years now, NHL fans have been complaining about the NHL's current playoff format which has without a doubt had an impact on the outcome of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. Now, one of the league's top stars, Sidney Crosby, has echoed those sentiments stating how he missed the league's old playoff format, and that it would be the best way to reward the best teams over the course of the regular season. To refresh everyone's memory, From 1993 to 2013, the NHL had three divisions in each conference, with the three division winners grabbing the top three seeds. After that, it was just based on overall points, with the No. 1 seed playing the No. 8 seed, No. 2 vs. No. 7, No. 3 vs. No. 6, and No. 4 vs. No, 5. The teams would also re-seed after the first round. The current NHL Playoff format has the 1 seed in each conference playing the 2nd wildcard team, 2nd the seed team in each conference plays the 1st wildcard team; After that, the other two first-round matchups were ba


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