Winnipeg, Manitoba, CAN; Arizona Coyotes right wing Dylan Guenther (11) waits for a face off in the second period against the Winnipeg Jets at Canada Life Centre.
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Fantasy Hockey Focus: Mining the waiver wire on Week 21

For the vast majority of the fantasy hockey world, it’s officially playoff time. Either you’re already in it, or about to start. Y'all in one-week playoff setups need to get with the times. But we’ll still provide some options for your leagues as well.

This week, we’re dodging the Rangers, Lightning, and Capitals as they skate just twice. The Coyotes are probably the most interesting squad despite being so… well, lame. They play four times – including three at home. And their opponents are a combined .413 winning rate. The Avalanche have three home games against weaker opponents. The Stars are on a three-game road trip but against all non-playoff clubs. Nashville and Pittsburgh each play four times and they are playing for their postseason lives right now.

Plenty of options to choose from!


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Fantasy Hockey Arizona Coyotes Dallas Stars Nashville Predators Pittsburgh Penguins Toronto Maple Leafs NHL Tyler Bertuzzi Dylan Guenther Janis Moser Gustav Nyquist Valtteri Puustinen Rickard Rakell Logan Stankoven
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