Hat tricks have been in vogue lately so Blake Wheeler decided to take it to another level.  Wheeler scored a hat trick in the first period on Sunday and later added an assist in the 7-1 win over the Penguins.  Wheeler has been the fantasy stalwart we've become accustomed to in the early going with 4+8, +3, 12 PIM, 35 SOG and 4 STP in 10 games.  I don't know how many more years Wheeler will keep up this level of play but for now, he's a top 20 player with relative ease.  Let's take a look at what else happened over the weekend:
Hey everyone!  With the season fast approaching, I'm going to put the team previews to the side and instead focus on the prospects.  You can find my rankings under the banner at the top of the page and I'll have an updated top 200 on one page up on Wednesday morning.  I'm going to cover the rest of the Central Division in this post and then have an entire post on Pacific Division prospects later in the week.  Let's go team by team looking at their top few prospects and their fantasy potential:
Just days after news came down that Evander Kane was going to miss the rest of the season after undergoing shoulder surgery he was traded to the Buffalo Sabres in a blockbuster deal last night that saw seven players change teams. Zach Bogosian and college netminder Jason Kasdorf get banished to the Sabres with Kane while Tyler Myers, Drew Stafford, and Joel Armia are headed to Winnipeg with the rights to 2014 second-round pick Brendan Lemieux and Buffalo's first-round pick in 2015. Kane is the centerpiece of the deal despite being lost for the season, but in the immediate future the truly tantalizing piece of this deal comes in the form of the 6 foot 8 inch Tyler Myers, D (1 G, 4 SOG) who after putting up two stellar seasons to start his career has become a bit of an enigma with three injury shortened, mediocre campaigns on one of the league’s worst teams.