Montreal Canadiens right wing Cole Caufield (22) shoots the puck against the Florida Panthers during the first period at Bell Centre.
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Fantasy Hockey

Fantasy Hockey Season Primer: The Atlantic Division

The Atlantic Division is one bursting at the seams with fantasy-relevant talent. They boast two of the very best-scoring forwards in the game. A rookie goaltender poised to take the world by storm. And a reigning President's Trophy-winning club with as many question marks as a Reddit subgroup. 

There will be plenty of storylines to watch, and assets to target. So let's dive in!

Boston Bruins

Pavel Zacha

With Patrice Bergeron gone, Pavel Zacha is poised for a much bigger role. He set a career high in points with 57 playing a full season. He had a 57-point pace in 2020-21 but was limited to just 50 games. Last season was easily his best in terms of the quality of his teammates — playing alongside countrymen David Pastrnak and David Krejci

With no better options at centre, it appears Zacha will

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