When we think about Tom Wilson going wild, it usually refers to him doing something dirty and piling up penalty minutes.  Don't get me wrong, he's still getting penalty minutes, but he's been fabulous offensively since returning from suspension.  Wilson scored two goals and an assist with six shots and two PIM in the 4-1 win over the Islanders on Monday.  In his eight games, Wilson has 6+6 with a +6 rating, 11 PIM and 21 SOG.  He's also averaging over 20 minutes per night.  There's no doubt about it, Wilson should be owned in all formats right now.  He's still available in about 1/3rd of leagues, so if you're lucky enough to be in one of them, pounce immediately.  Obviously he's not going to stay at a point per game, but the offensive will be solid with this workload, and we know the PIM will be glorious.  Let's take a look at what else happened over the last two nights:
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!
Hey guys, Sven here and we're headed to Vegas 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.
I've now gone through 100 forwards, 40 defensemen, and 35 goalies in my rankings.  That means it's time to put together a top 100 list!  This will simply be a list without details on the players; you can read the details in my previous rankings posts.  I'll be writing a blurb on some risers and fallers for players that have moved significantly over the last couple weeks first before giving you that list.  Let's get to it!
Rick Nash, the vice president of The Round Face Hockey Club, was traded to the Bruins as they look to make a deep run this postseason.  I'm going to have a live trade deadline post again this year updating all of the trades throughout tomorrow.  I'm also going to be recording a podcast with Reid right around 3 pm tomorrow to give our thoughts on everything that happens.  I have the feeling it's going to be crazy.  For Nash, I think he's a solid speculative add if you need the shots.  He played on Sunday against Buffalo on the second line, recording five shots on goal in 17:27.  He's over three shots per game on the season, the plus-minus should improve on Boston, and everyone can use goals on their team.  I don't think he'll be a world beater, but with only 20 games left, it's certainly possible that Nash gets hot with his shot volume.  Let's take a look at what else happened over the weekend:
The Chicago Blackhawks are in last place in their division for the first time in what seems like an eternity.  They are lacking in the scoring department in a big way.  There's one easily move that Joel Quenneville can make to help their cause: play Alex DeBrincat more.  The 20 year old scored his second hat trick of the season on Thursday while adding an assist.  He's now tied for third on the team in points and second in goals.  However, on a per-minute basis, he scores more goals than anyone on the team by a country mile and he's incredibly close to Kane in points per minute.  DeBrincat is averaging under 15 minutes per game on the season and to be blunt, that makes no sense to me.  The Blackhawks aren't completely dead in the water, especially if Corey Crawford eventually returns (it's been reported that he could return to the ice "soon").  Either way though, getting DeBrincat more ice time helps the team now and helps his development.  He's playing at a 28 goal pace with bottom six ice time!  DeBrincat is an elite streamer in 12'ers right now but if his minutes increase as they should, I would bet he becomes a hold down the stretch.  Let's take a look at what happened in the NHL over the last two nights:
Am I shocked at how well the Jets are doing?  No.  Reid and I talked about the Jets' ceiling on the Central Division podcast and we said that second place is certainly within the realm of possibility (I guess we sold them a little short, first is in play).  Long term readers know how much I love Connor Hellebuyck.  The only reason I was scared off a bit for redrafts is that Kevin Cheveldayoff said that Steve Mason would be their starter to open the season.  Well, Mason was lit up in his first game as a Jet and the rest is history.  Hellebuyck continued his outstanding breakout season over the weekend, saving 30 of 31 shots in the 2-1 SO win over the Flames on Saturday, then a 29 save shutout in the 1-0 win against the Canucks on Sunday.  Hellebuyck is currently the #2 goalie on the season, and while there's a chance he falls off a little bit (I'm certain he'll finish as a #1G), I think he's solidified himself as the #2 goalie in dynasty leagues.  The Jets are going to be really good for a long time and Hellebuyck will be a big reason and also a beneficiary of the talent around him.  Let's take a look at what else happened over the weekend:
Hey everyone!  While there are still a bunch of teams that have their bye this week, it's nowhere near as many as last week.  The lack of games made it the lightest week of the season and leaving little to talk about fantasy wise.  Therefore, I'm going to use this post to make one fantasy hockey prediction for each team for the rest of the season.  We'll be back to the usual daily notes on Wednesday and Friday this week.  Let's get going!
Hey, everyone. I hope everyone had a very merry Christmas, wonderful time with family and friends, and solid New Year’s Eve plans lined up. Your extended-play streamer column is here, albeit a little reduced due to the holidays. We’re on the downhill stretch for most fantasy seasons, and for most leagues this is a short week. As you might know by now, my managing style and what I discuss in my advice column is maximizing games played and putting more skaters on the ice that your opponent. I don’t have access to my desktop right now, but the abbreviated version of what I want to reiterate every thread is this: