Los Angeles Kings right wing Quinton Byfield (55) waits for the face-off against the Dallas Stars during the third period at the American Airlines Center.
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Fantasy Focus: Which RFAs are set to cash in

The Trade Deadline, both in the NHL and in fantasy leagues, is around the corner. For those in salary cap formats, approximating the future value of restricted free agents is vital to finding short-term value and long-term profitability. Let’s gauge the value of five RFAs due big raises this summer and whether they are worth holding onto. We will use contract projections from Alex MacLean at Dobber Hockey for approximations and take salary data from Cap Friendly

Quinton Byfield 

Extension: $6.98-million

The true breakout season for Quinton Byfield is here with 18 goals, 28 assists, 115 shots, 12 power play points, 31 hits, and 15 blocks in 57 games. How big the cap hit gets depends on the years, but Tim Stützle signed for eight years at $8.35M after posting 0.66 points/game to start his car

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