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Fantasy fallout: The good, the medium and the ugly of free agency

I wanted to let the dust settle a little bit before really diving into what has transpired among NHL rosters this offseason. I outlined the fantasy implications of the pre-draft trades that occurred but the partner swapping didn't end there. It kept right on swinging and swung even harder once free agency kicked off. 

For some of the players moving squads, that new sweater represents a fresh start. For others, it represents a massive increase in expectations that come with the extra zero on the paycheque. Either way, the moves represent change for fantasy owners. So let's dive in and see who improved their stock, who held strong, and who is looking down the barrel of a regression.

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