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Fantasy Hockey

Fantasy Hockey Forecast: EP Training Camp Stock Risers

Training camps and exhibition games don’t always mean a lot in fantasy hockey, except when they do. There are always important offensive roles up for grabs like a top-line spot alongside Mark Scheifele and Kyle Connor of the Winnipeg Jets, the fourth forward of the top Colorado Avalanche power play, and so on. 

Let’s look at what has changed over the last couple of weeks and how we can forecast their impact on the fantasy season.

Artturi Lehkonen and Valeri Nichushkin

Assuming Nathan MacKinnon, Mikko Rantanen, Ryan Johansen, and Cale Makar are the locks for the top power-play unit for the Avalanche, one spot remains. Last season, depending on who was healthy or how the power play was rolling, Valeri Nichushkin, Artturi Lehkonen, and J.T. Compher rotated on the top unit with one being the odd

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