Montreal, Quebec, CAN; Montreal Canadiens center Alex Newhook (15) looks on during warm-up before the game against the Philadelphia Flyers at Bell Centre.
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Fantasy Hockey Feature: Alex Newhook clock is running out

EPRinkside Newhook Profile April 9 2024

There has been both good and bad from Montreal Canadiens forward Alex Newhook as his 82-game pace is for 21 goals, but a high-ankle sprain kept him out of the lineup for 10 weeks. He has earned a career-high in both overall ice time and even strength ice time per game, but his EV shot attempt rate is down slightly from his Colorado average. Let’s look at his time in Colorado, his first year in Montreal, and what fantasy managers might expect in the seasons to come. 

As for his time with the Avalanche, two things stick out: He was actually fine, production-wise, and he didn’t get a lot of minutes with their top stars. The production aspect is simple enough as his 1.75 points/60 at 5-on-5 was tied with Artturi Lehkonen and in the middle of the league’s f

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