This will be the last hold/stream list of the season as we're about a month away from the end of the regular season.  My plan is to start working on the Playoff Manifesto on Tuesday with the hopes of having it ready on Friday for everybody.  Per usual, there will be notes in the list where necessary.  Assume a 12 team league and I'm holding the starting goalie only unless noted.  Let's get to it!
A lot of the big names that were expected to move at the trade deadline happened over the weekend.  That means that I'm going to cover all of them in this post, while I'll cover the rest in a post for Tuesday morning.  I'll mention every trade that happened over the last few days, however big or small, and comment on its fantasy impact.  Let's get to it!
If I was going to pick a team to back up an eight goal game with a nine goal game, it would obviously be The Desert Dogs!  The last few weeks have been very strange as a whole in the NHL, but this takes the cake.  Arizona scored eight on Ottawa before scoring a nine ball, corner pocket on Detroit Tuesday.  They were led by the one, the only, Nick Schmaltz, who had two goals and two assists in this game.  That's 11 points and a +11 in two games!  He's the best thing since Gretzky!  While I like to joke, Schmaltz was on fire a week ago and then decided to get 11 points in two games.  He clearly needs to be held for the time being.  Let's see what else happened over the last two nights:
Remember when the Kraken took Vitek Vanecek in the expansion draft and then traded him right back to Washington?  Imagine where Washington would be if they only had Samsonov.  Vanecek had a 36 save shutout in the 4-0 win over the Hurricanes.  He missed some time recently, but Vanecek is approaching a 2.30/.920 line.  He's been miles better than Samsonov despite Samsonov winning at a much higher clip.  Amazingly, Vanecek is still available in over 70% of leagues at the time of this writing.  I'm not saying that he's going to be a workhorse, but Vanecek will be splitting at the very least, and his numbers are clearly good enough to hold.  This season has been quite encouraging for Vanecek's long term prospects as well.  He's not a lock to be the Washington goalie of the future, but it's certainly in play now.  At the least, he looks the part of a capable tandem.  Let's take a look at what else happened over the last two nights:
Prince Igor Shesterkin had one of the easiest games of his life on Thursday, recording a 16 save shutout in the 4-0 win over the Devils.  The debate I have is where he should be ranked in dynasties.  Vasilevskiy is clearly #1 still, but could be Igor be #2 overall?  With Hart having a brutal season, there aren't many other candidates.  Hellebuyck definitely deserves discussion, but it appears that Shesterkin has played his way into being a top 3 dynasty goalie.  The Rangers are coming on strong right now, and it should only get better going forward as their young players develop.  Amazingly, the Rangers could have another incredible run in net after King Henrik dominated for almost 15 years.  Let's take a look at what else happened on Thursday night:
Loyal Razzballers will know my fandom of Martin Necas goes back to when he was drafted by Carolina.  I was perplexed that he fell to 12th overall, and a couple of the guys in front of him are well on their way to becoming busts.  Thankfully, Necas is on his way to breaking out towards stardom.  Necas had two goals and two assists with six shots on Saturday leading Carolina to a 4-3 win over the Lightning.  That brings Necas up to 28 points in 30 games this season and over two shots per game, a big jump on ever level.  The only thing holding him back was playing time and that is certainly not a concern any more.  Somehow, Necas is still available in almost 50% of leagues.  Therefore, we have a few steps to take.  Go to your league's waiver wire, see if he's available, add him immediately if he is, and then come back to see what else happened over the weekend!