We're over six weeks into the NHL season, and there have been plenty of changes over that time span.  I figured this was a good time to run down all 31 teams and make a list of who is a hold or streamer, and add any notes on certain players where necessary.  This is for 12 man leagues with standard categories. Let's get right to it!
One of my best calls in my four years of writing at Razzball was the breakout for Vincent Trocheck.  His ability to hit all of the categories at a very strong rate was underrated by many.  Sadly, it looks like he could be done for the season after a gruesome injury Monday night against the Senators.  Best case scenario, it's going to be a few months.  We don't have an update yet, but either way, you either have to put Trocheck on IR if you have the room or cut him.  It's a tough loss for the Panthers who really ride their top six.  It's unclear who is going to play 2C now.  Perhaps Nick Bjugstad slides there or Jared McCann moves up.  I think Bjugstad and Jonathan Huberdeau take a slight hit to their value without Trocheck, while the guys on the first line get a small boost.  It wouldn't shock me to see those guys pushing 23 minutes a night on a regular basis.  Let's take a look at what else happened over the last two nights:
Hey guys, Sven here with my analysis of the Florida Panthers for 31 in 31! Over the next month, I will be taking a look at each team’s players to watch out for going into the 2018-19 fantasy hockey season: The 31 in 31 daily segment. This analysis features everything from surefire studs, to sleepers, to prospects that may make an appearance at some point this season. Please let me know if you guys enjoy this type of material!  Reminder that the stat totals are from last season.
Monday night was a short slate, but there were a couple great games.  Florida and Edmonton decided that defense (and goaltending) was optional leading to a 7-5 barn burner.  Vincent Trocheck took over the game late, scoring three goals in the third period on six shots to record his first career hat trick.  No matter what format you play, Trocheck has been incredible this season.  By the end of the month, there's a great chance that Trocheck has set career highs in goals, assists, PPP (already did that) and SOG.  The 24 year old is also a monster in faceoffs, hits, and blocks for a forward as well.  For those of us in standard leagues, Trocheck looks like a top 35 player for this season and in the future, if not even better.  He's basically Jamie Benn with a better shot rate and a lower floor for penalty minutes (obviously plus-minus can shift year-to-year).  The only potential downside going forward is that Trocheck is already averaging 21:33 per game, which has nowhere to go but down.  Either way, that's of no concern for me; Trocheck is still underrated in my eyes.  Let's take a look at what else happened over the last two nights:
Minnesota played an excellent game on Thursday booking an impressive 5-2 win over the Blackhawks.  Sadly for them, it came at a brutal cost.  Charlie Coyle and Nino Niederreiter both left the game injured and were already ruled out for Saturday's game.  Coyle was hit in the back of the leg with a shot while Nino looked to suffer an ankle injury that could cost him multiple weeks.  Hopefully you have an injured reserve spot for both of these guys but Nino definitely should be held through the injury.  With Mikael Granlund out as well, the Wild are getting extremely thin.  So who gets a boost?  Jason Zucker (1+1, 5 SOG) becomes must-own in 12'ers while Chris Stewart (2G, 5 SOG) moves back on to the streaming radar.  We'll have a clearer picture tomorrow but this is a big blow to the Wild and fantasy teams in the short term.  Here's what else happened the last two nights around the league:
The Florida Panthers were the biggest surprise of 2015-16 as they went from near the bottom of the league to winning the Atlantic Division.  They entered last season with lofty expectations but an injury-riddled season saw them miss the playoffs.  Despite last season's disappointment, the Panthers enter this season as a favorite to get back into the playoffs.  Their young core remains intact but there are plenty of new supplementary pieces around them instead of Jonathan Marchessault and Jaromir Jagr.  They have no superstar fantasy players but there are plenty of top end talents and intriguing pieces.  Let's take a look at the Florida Panthers roster for the 2017-18 NHL Season: