Fantasy Hockey

Fantasy Hockey Focus: Potential Offseason Movers

We know the old adage – only one team ends up winning their final game and enters the offseason happy. 

For the other 31 teams, disappointment hangs thick in the air, as a wafting sulphur cloud come to rain acid upon you.

With that disappointment comes change.

This week, we will identify a handful of players who could end up changing hands this offseason and what type of impact that could have on their fantasy stock. The emphasis is on could because, unfortunately, I broke my crystal ball during the last move.

Fret not, though, some consideration of the circumstances was made so these are logical potentials.

Erik Karlsson, D - San Jose Sharks

What’s that, a 100-point defenseman is on the block. The likely-reigning Norris trophy winner? Sure, the contract is bloated and the tooth is long on Erik

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