Vancouver, British Columbia, CAN; Ottawa Senators forward Ridly Greig (71) shoots against the Vancouver Canucks in the first period at Rogers Arena.
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Fantasy Hockey Feature: Ridly Greig is turning heads

Tim Stützle is the unquestioned top centre for the Ottawa Senators. Yet, there is still the question of who the second-line centre is. Josh Norris is having a poor campaign returning from his shoulder injury; he has the second-worst expected goals impact among regular Senators forwards, has a 21st percentile points/60 rate at 5-on-5, and has done all this while having at least one of Claude Giroux or Brady Tkachuk on his line for nearly 75% of his 5-on-5 time. With the Shane Pinto suspension (he’s still not even signed), a door has opened for Ridly Greig to assert himself in the team’s top six. On many rosters, there is a chasm in fantasy relevance between a second-line and third-line center, so let’s look at Greig’s prospect profile, how the parts of his two seasons have gone, and whether

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