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Welcome to 2016, fantasy owners. This is your chance to regroup and rebuild your roster.
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With the official midway point of the fantasy hockey season just days away, it’s time for you to give your team an honest assessment. Where can you improve? Do you have an abundance of goals? If so, maybe you should deal one of those goal-scorers for someone who cheap jerseys usa helps in another category you’re lacking. Is your goalie tandem really strong in save percentage but not getting you the wins you need? Maybe you should consider trading one of them for a goalie on a better team that can get you wins but might not have as strong a save percentage.
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There are plenty of options and potential solutions. But now is the time to address the areas you might cheap jerseys usa need via trade or free agency. Don’t be afraid to make changes, even if they seem bold.
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In order to help you try and find some trade targets (or players to avoid), here’s a look at 16 New Year’s resolutions for 16 different players (in no particular order). Many of these players could end up being the difference between first place and second place in your league.
1. Sidney Crosby, Pittsburgh Penguins – I will raise my shooting percentage.
Crosby currently has nine goals on 106 shots for a shooting percentage of 8.5. That percentage is easily the lowest of his career, with his career average at 14.1 percent. Expect this number to rise in the second half of the season and for Crosby to start scoring more goals.
2. Corey Perry Jerseys, Anaheim Ducks – I will shoot the puck more.
Perry has 96 shots on goal in 36 games this season. That’s 2.67 per game. Prior to this season, he averaged 3.07 shots in 722 games. Simply put, Perry needs to be shooting the puck more. If he does, his goal total should increase as well.
3. Mark Giordano Jerseys, Calgary Flames – I will continue to perform like I have over the past 30 days.
Giordano ranks 39th among defenseman in Yahoo leagues with 10 goals, 10 assists and a minus-10 rating. But over the past 30 days he has been the eighth best fantasy defenseman with five goals, seven assists and a plus-4. That’s more like it.
4. Henrik Lundqvist, New York Rangers – I will perform like I did for the first 30 days of the season.
In nine October starts, Lundqvist was 5-2-2 with a .943 save percentage (SV%) and a 1.87 goals-against average (GAA). In 10 December starts, he was 4-5-1 with a .892 SV% and a 3.27 GAA. It has been a tale of two different players this season for Lundqvist. Fantasy owners need the early season King to return.
5. Logan Couture, San Jose Sharks – I will stay healthy.
This one isn’t a performance issue. It has just been a matter of bad luck for the 26-year-old forward, who has suffered two different injuries that have kept him out of 30 of the Sharks’ 36 games this season. At the start of this season, I ranked Couture 26th among all players in my preseason fantasy rankings. He has tremendous potential, he just needs to stay on the ice.
6. Ryan Johansen Jerseys, Columbus Blue Jackets – I will get out of John Tortorella’s doghouse.
Johansen reached a low point in his young NHL career when he was a healthy scratch on Dec. 17 for new head coach John Tortorella. In the five games since the benching, Johansen has three assists and also dropped the gloves with Tampa Bay Lightning forward Vladimir Namestnikov, perhaps winning over Tortorella to a degree. Overall, Johansen has six goals and 25 points in 36 games for Columbus, but if he can remain on his coach’s good side, there’s reason to believe Johansen will turn his season around in the second half.
7. Victor Hedman, Tampa Bay Lightning – I will score more goals.
Hedman has two goals in 37 games this season, or 0.05 per game. Last season, he had 10 goals in 59 games (0.17 goals-per-game), and in 2013-14, he had 13 goals in 75 games (also 0.17 goals per game). The good thing is, Hedman is shooting the puck more than he did last season and almost as frequently as he did in 2013-14. The goals will start coming.
8. Pekka Rinne, Nashville Predators – I will increase my save percentage.
Last season Rinne had a .923 SV%. This season it sits at .907. His career average is .918. The Predators are allowing just 26.9 shots against per game, second best in the NHL. They just need Rinne to stop more of them.
9. John Tavares, New York Islanders – I will increase my power play production.
Tavares had 31 power-play points last season, tied for fifth most in the NHL. This season he has eight power-play points, despite the fact he’s averaging almost the same power play ice time per game as last season.
10. Max Pacioretty, Montreal Canadiens – I will improve my plus-minus rating.
Pacioretty was tied for the NHL lead with a plus-38 rating last season. This season he’s a minus-1, including a minus-10 in 14 games during December.
11. Mike Green, Detroit Red Wings – I will distribute the puck more frequently.
In his first season with the Red Wings, Green has 11 assists in 32 games. That puts him on pace for 26 assists this season. Last season, with the Washington Capitals, Green had 35 assists in 72 games (tied for 17th most among defensemen).
12. Connor Hellebuyck, Winnipeg Jets – I will be my team’s No. 1 goalie for the rest of this season.
Hellebuyck has started eight of the past nine games for the Jets. Even with veteran goalie Ondrej Pavelec nearing a return from injury and Michael Hutchinson’s emergence from last season, Hellebuyck should be viewed as the team’s starting goalie, and deservedly so. In 11 starts this season, he’s 7-4-0 with a 2.11 GAA, .926 SV% and one shutout.
13. Leon Draisaitl, Edmonton Oilers – I will continue to thrive alongside Taylor Hall.
Eleven players average at least one point per game (at least 10 games played). Fifth on that list, behind Patrick Kane Jerseys of the Chicago Blackhawks, Jamie Benn and Tyler Seguin of the Dallas Stars, and Erik Karlsson of the Ottawa Senators is Draisaitl at 1.07 points per game. The 20-year-old has nine goals and 22 assists in 29 games with nearly 50 percent of his ice time coming alongside Hall (according to dobberhockey.com), who also averages more than a point per game.
14. Kyle Palmieri Jerseys, New Jersey Devils – I will continue to have a career year.
Palmieri already has set a career-high with 16 goals and is three points away from setting a new high in that category. He’s on pace for 34 goals and 62 points. Palmieri’s ranked 30th among all players in Yahoo fantasy leagues and could be considered the biggest surprise in the game to this point. Can he keep it going?
15. Jack Eichel, Buffalo Sabres – I will lead all rookies in points by season’s end.
Blackhawks forward Artemi Panarin leads the rookie race with 34 points in 39 games. Eichel sits 11 points behind Panarin with 23 points in 38 games. However, the month of December was Eichel’s most productive, with 11 points in 14 games.
16. Jamie Benn, Dallas Stars – I will win a second straight Art Ross Trophy.
Benn is four points behind Kane for the scoring lead with 52 points in 39 games. After recording a career-high 87 points last season en route to his first Art Ross title, Benn is on pace for 108 points. Is there a more fun and complete player to own in fantasy hockey? I don’t think so.