Bold fantasy prediction for each team in second half of 2018-19
NHL.com provides a bold yet practical fantasy hockey prediction for each of the 31 NHL teams in the second half of 2018-19. These projections (based upon stats going into Jan. 10, 2019) should be taken with a grain of salt however also utilized as inspiration to believe artistically in fantasy trades, particularly in regards to possible line combinations and production. For more fantasy protection, visitNHL.com/ Fantasy.
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Anaheim Ducks: Right wingOndrej Kase(11 goals through 26 games) will overcome his early injury absence to lead the Ducks with a minimum of 30 goals.Arizona Coyotes: Rightwing Conor Garland( 8 points in very first 16 games) will keep his top-six role andfinish second on the Coyotes in points per video game behind linemate Alex Galchenyuk. Boston Bruins: In spite of missing 27 video games with multiple injuries, defenseman Charlie McAvoy( 11
points through 17 video games) will finish with at least 45 points.Buffalo Sabres: Forward Tage Thompson will use the Sabres’ leading line for the remainder of the season and surface 4th amongst their forwards in scoring with at least 40 points.Video: FLA@BUF: Thompson goes five-hole on Luongo Carolina Hurricanes: Wing Andrei Svechnikov( 11 goals through 43 games) will finish the season with a minimum of 30 objectives and eclipse center Elias Pettersson( 22 through 38 games )for the rookie lead.Columbus Blue Jackets: Forward Nick Foligno will beamong five gamers in the NHL to complete with a minimum of 25 goals and 150 hits.Chicago Blackhawks: Forward Dylan Strome( 14 points through very first 22 games with Chicago) will be one of two Blackhawksto complete with a minimum of a point per video game with linemate Patrick Kane. Calgary Flames: Goalie David Rittich( 16 wins,.921 savepercentage through 26 games) will emerge as a the full-time starter down the stretch, ending up with a minimum of 30 wins and amongst the leading 5 dream goalies.Colorado Avalanche: Forward J.T. Compher( 10 objectives in 28 video games )will be among 4 Avalanche skaters to end up with a minimum of 25 objectives, signing up with Nathan MacKinnon, Gabriel Landeskog and Mikko Rantanen. Video: COL@VGK: Compher suggestions in a PPG at the side of the net Dallas Stars: Defenseman Miro Heiskanen( nine goals through 45 games) will end up third amongst rookie skaters with atleast 16 goals behind forwardsPettersson and Svechnikov.Detroit Red Wings: Forwards Dylan Larkin( 41 points through 45 games) and Gustav Nyquist (37 in 45 video games )will each surface with a minimum of a point per game.Edmonton Oilers: Novice defenseman Caleb Jones( four points through first 12 NHL video games )will lead Oilers defensemen in points over the final 38 games of the season with a minimum of 20. Florida Panthers: WingFrank Vatrano(12 goals through 41 video games) will finish 2nd on the Panthers in objectives behind Mike Hoffman with at least25. Video: FLA@BUF: Vatranobeats Ullmark on odd-man rush LosAngeles Kings: Defenseman Jake Muzzin will end up with the exact same number of points as teammate Drew Doughty with an NHL career-high 43. Minnesota Wild: Left wing
Zach Parise( 39 points in 42 video games) will stay healthy for the remainder of the season and reach 70 points for the very first time considering that 2009-10. Montreal Canadiens: In spite of missing out on the first 24 video games, defenseman Shea Weber( 6 objectives in 21video games) willlead the position in goals with 20. New Jersey Devils: Center Nico Hischier( 29 points in 39 games) will end up with more points than left wing Taylor Hall (37 points in 33 video games) and lead the Devils in scoring with at least 65. Nashville Predators: Defenseman Mattias Ekholm( 34 points through 45 games) will not just lead Predators defensemen in scoring however also complete 3rd in the NHL at the position with at least 60 behind Brent Burns and Erik Karlsson. Video: NSH@CBJ: Ekholm tiesit on astounding effort New york cityIslanders: 3 Islanders forwards, Mathew Barzal, Anders Lee and Brock Nelson, will each finish with at least 30goals.New York Rangers: Left wing Chris Kreider
will finish amongst the NHL’s leading 10 with at least 35 goals.Ottawa Senators: Wing Ryan
Dzingel( 17 objectives through 43 games) will end up with more objectives than Mark Stone and Matt Duchene to lead the Senators in the category.Pittsburgh Penguins: Extreme right Phil Kessel( 47 points through 43 video games) will become the first Penguins player
aside from Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin to lead them in scoring considering that 2005-06. Philadelphia Flyers: Left wing James van Riemsdyk (seven goals through 28 video games) will lead Flyers forwards in goals( currently 8 behind leader Sean Couturier). Video: DET@PHI: van Riemsdyk ideas house Giroux’s wrister San Jose Sharks: Forward Joonas Donskoi will complete 2nd on theSharks in goals behind Joe Pavelski with 30, ahead of Timo Meier, Logan Couture and Evander Kane. Donskoi’s linemate Tomas Hertl will lead Sharks forwards in points with a minimum of 70.St. Louis Blues: Right wing Vladimir Tarasenko (12 objectives through 41 games )willrecuperateto finish among the NHL’s top five in goals with a minimum of 25 over the Blues’ final 40 games.Tampa Bay Lightning: Forward J.T.Miller( 26 points through 38 video games) will become a long-term fixture on a line with either Steven Stamkos or Nikita Kucherov and produce a minimum of a point per video game upon returning from injury in the 2nd half.Toronto Maple Leafs: Extreme right Mitchell Marner( 57 points through 43 games) will be one of three gamers to score more than 100 points, joining Kucherov and Connor McDavid. Video: MIN@TOR: Marner moneys in off a feed from Tavares Vancouver Canucks: Left wing Sven Baertschi( 0.69points per game through16 games )will complete 2nd on the Canucks in points per game behind rookie center Elias Pettersson( 1.11 through 38 games ). Vegas Golden Knights
: Regardless of missing13 video games, leftwing Max Pacioretty( 12 goals through 34 games) will lead the Golden Knights in goals with at least 30. Winnipeg Jets
: Defenseman Josh Morrissey( 25 points through 41 video games) will finish ahead of Dustin Byfuglien to lead Jets defensemen in points with at least 50. Washington Capitals: Right wing Tom Wilson( 22 points through 24 video games) will be amongfour Capitals forwards to score a point per game ormuch better in at least 60 video games played.NHL.com fantasy editors Pete Jensen and Rob Reese contributed to this list Listen: NHL Fantasy on Ice podcastRead the Original Post.
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