It was only a matter of time before Vegas got on a heater.  The Golden Knights won their fourth straight game on Tuesday night and Jonathan Marchessault led the way.  Marchesssault scored a hat trick on a whopping 9 shots on goal to beat the Devils 4-3.  While Marchessault hasn't quite gotten back to the level he was at in his first season in Vegas, he has been very good this season.  He has 8+13 in 30 games with an elite 104 SOG.  If anything, we should expect more goals because even after this hat trick, he's still at a career low shooting percentage.  I'm expecting Vegas to go on a massive run soon and Marchessault should be at the forefront.  This is also a good point for anyone looking to make a futures bet to place a wager on Vegas to win the Cup.  No, I don't think they're the best team, but you can get them at 20 or 22-1 at the moment and they might have the best chance in the league to make the Conference Finals given the weak division.  Let's take a look at what else happened on Tuesday night:
Hey guys! Sven here, back with a new kind of article. I was asked to make a prospect list of some sort in addition to my “pipeline” analysis sprinkled into the team previews. This one will be a little different than most prospect information, as you’ve already heard so much about the Jack Hughes’, Kappo Kakko’s, and Cale Makar’s out there. Team by team, we’ll look at a few guys that may have an immediate impact and are up with the big club right now, guys we may see this season, and look at a couple bright spots down the road. Let’s kick it off, alphabetical order this time!
The Philadelphia Flyers were one of the most irrelevant teams in the league last season.  That's not to say they were a complete bottom feeder, they certainly weren't, but they were never truly in the playoff hunt either.  The majority of their top players had down seasons leaving them with the third most points of any non-playoff team 7 points out.  Luckily for them, the lottery gods were on their side as they hit a 7.3% chance of moving into the top three in the lottery, and more importantly, a 4.6% chance of moving into the top two.  In comes Nolan Patrick to add to their developing young core.  Can their core members who are currently in their prime bounce back?  Can their blue line be even average?  What will they get in net?  As Reid and I talked about in our Metro Division preview podcast, they are on the biggest wild cards in the league.  Let's take a look at what the Flyers are working with to see if we have any answers for fantasy this coming season: