Rutger McGroarty of USA and Felix Unger Sörum of Sweden during the 2024 IIHF World Junior Championship final between USA and Sweden on January 5, 2024 in Gothenburg.
Photographer JESPER ZERMAN
Fantasy Hockey

Fantasy Hockey Focus: We're talking about prospects?

Taking a break from the Fantasy Hockey Playoffs, we’re going to pander a bit to clubs that have already seen their season’s end. Whether you’re rebuilding or simply stumbled and missed the post-season, it’s never too early to start thinking about the future.

We’re going to identify a handful of younger players who have been seeing some impressive production levels either of late or on the season as a whole. But the kicker is that they’re under-owned, or underhyped.

Sebastian Cossa, G - Detroit Red Wings

The post-draft hype for Sebastian Cossa was large. Almost as large as he is. But then, things didn’t go so well for the 6-foot-6 netminder. He was a WHL First Team All-Star in his post-draft season but saw his save percentage dip by nearly 30 points. He followed that up by failing to stick in

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