NHL Fantasy Hat Trick (Hot and Cold Edition)
NHL Fantasy Hat Trick
Hot and Cold Edition
December 11th, 2011
This is a fantasy hockey based weekly blog, where I will feature 3 hot and 3 cold players each week, every weekend. So that you can use my suggestions and update and prepare your fantasy teams accordingly for the coming week.
Sedin Twins (VAN) – The twins had a great week together last week. Daniel registered 4 goals and 1 assist, while Henrik recorded 7 assists.
Roberto Luongo (VAN) – After a spectacular stretch of games by back up goalie Corey Schneider. Luongo has come back with his own stretch of wins with 4 in his last 4 games. This stretch of games saw Luongo only give up 5 goals, with one shutout.
Tomas Kaberle (MTL) – This week could very well be the week that ignites Kaberle for the next month or two. So far it looks like Kaberle is going to be a great fit in Montreal after being from Carolina this week. Kaberle has recorded 6 points in his last three games. After only scoring 5 assist in his first 27 games of the season.
Patrick Marleau (SJS) – Marleau is 0-for in the month of December. He was projected to be on his way to another 70 points season (10G & 10A). But Marleau being scoreless in his last 6 games has made this 70 point projection less realistic.
Drew Doughty (LAK) – Welcome back to the cold list again Doughty. I am one fantasy owner that I glad to not own you this season. His 2 goals and 8 assist is utterly pitiful for Doughty’s kind of talent. I do not believe Doughty can match the 40 points he put up last season.
Loui Eriksson (DAL) – This is the first time this season that Eriksson has made my cold list. It is uncharacteristic for Eriksson has zero points in his last four games. I would not be worried about this streak continuing since Eriksson is the best offensive player on the Stars. Its just his -7 in his last four games has hurt you on your fantasy team.
Rant Sports Toronto Maple Leafs Feature Writer
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