I didn't expect to be writing about Adin Hill this year, but here we are.  The Coyotes netminder stopped 25 of 26 shots in the 2-1 win over the Kings on Tuesday night.  that means Hill has allowed 2 goals in his past 4 games.  Antti Raanta is close to returning, but the 22 year old is showing some upside for dynasty leagues.  If you're desperate for goaltending, I wouldn't mind streaming Hill if he starts Thursday against the Caps.  The Coyotes are playing well lately and Hill looks to be a prime hot schmotato.  Let's take a look at what else happened over the last two nights:
Hey guys! It's Sven taking a look at the Pittsburgh Penguins today 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.
There have been a few big games by individuals this season but Patrice Bergeron's on Saturday is the new leader for the best of the year.  Bergeron scored four goals and added an assist with seven shots in the 7-1 win over the Hurricanes.  Bergeron was the second player this year to score four goals after Alex Ovechkin.  Per usual, Bergeron is crushing all of the categories.  He's playing around a 40+35 pace while already having a +19 rating, solid PIM and pushing four shots per game.  Bergeron is a slam dunk top 50 player for the rest of the season who should push towards the top 25.  Again, the top line in Boston is as good as it gets and Bergeron is at the forefront of their success.  That line just gave up their first goal against at even strength all season!  Remarkable stuff.  Let's take a look at what else happened over the weekend:
It's nice to have a bunch of superstars and a lot of luck on your side.  The Penguins became the first team in almost two decades to win back to back Stanley Cups.  On top of their usual fantasy studs, they had a few wingers emerge that look at the verge of becoming elite fantasy assets.  Not much has changed on the whole but hey, why change a team that keeps winning?  Let's take a look at the Penguins' roster and see what they're working with for fantasy hockey:
To start the season, the Pittsburgh Penguins were a mess. They were sitting in the middle of their division, their studs were extremely struggling and the defense was lost without Kris Letang. The Penguins fired their coach, Letang sparked the entire team and the rest is history. Maybe the Penguins need to fire their coach every season, it's worked twice now! Sorry, Mike Sullivan. Anyways, the Penguins have a handful of superstars worry of a top pick in drafts, a few middling players and the unknown between the pipes. Let's take a look at the defending champion's roster: