Fantasy Hockey Feature: Jordan Spence
After a 17-game stretch that saw the Los Angeles Kings post just three wins, they fired head coach Todd McLellan. That stretch saw one regular defenceman exceed a 50% expected goal share and 42% actual goal share at 5-on-5, and it was someone healthy scratched: Jordan Spence. Let’s dive into his path as a prospect, what he’s done at the NHL level, and what fantasy hockey managers can anticipate moving forward.
Spence was a fourth-round pick in 2019, but he was racking up the accolades before that. His rookie Junior season with the Moncton Wildcats saw him post the most assists from a rookie and most points by a rookie blue liner while earning defensive rookie of the year, overall rookie of the year, and QMJHL all-rookie honours. He won Defenceman of the Year the following season and was a
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