Once again, it’s time to see which players with the least ice time do the most for fantasy – and who has the ability and opportunity to do more.

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Oliver Wahlstrom, F, New York Islanders: Given his recent production, it’s almost unbelievable that Wahlstrom had a game with less than 10 minutes of ice time earlier this month. But that changed with his recent seven game point streak. He’s still averaging 11:46 of ice time per game this season, but he’s closer to 15 minutes. His line with Jean-Gabriel Pago and Anthony Beauvillier might be the Islanders’ best offensive trio after the departure of Anders Lee for this season. Wahlstrom’s 60 fantasy points (FPP60) are absolutely elite, he’s seventh in the NHL (10 game minimum) with 8.08. It’s probably not too late to jump on the bandwagon, as he’s in only 18% of ESPN leagues.

Eli Tolvanen, F, Nashville Predators: The veteran Tolvanen has established himself on the Predators’ first line and on the power play, and finally seems to be finding his place in the NHL. He’s been trying to find his way in North America for a few seasons now, after being one of the best young prospects in the CHL. The 18-year-old surpassed Evgeny Kuznetsov’s previous record at the Russian championship (Kirill Kaprizov and Vladimir Tarasenko are third and fourth on the list). Tolvanen has scored 10 points in his last 11 games and is available in 85% of ESPN leagues. Tolvanen is 39th in the league in FPP60 (6.87) and his ice time is a current average of 14:19.

Marcus Foligno, F, Minnesota Wild: After being arrested on March 12. and will likely miss some time, it’s clear Foligno was the backbone of his line with Joel Eriksson Eck and Jordan Greenway. Foligno has produced 1.7 fantasy points per game (FPPG), while posting a very solid FPP60 of 6.86 with just 14:31 of average ice time. While he probably won’t benefit from more ice time, his return is important nonetheless. Eriksson Ek and Greenway were at 12. Mars in the top 150 remaining fantasy point projections, but both have since fallen out of the top 150.

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Jared McCann, F, Pittsburgh Penguins: McCann, who was injured at the forward position with the Penguins, responds to his extra ice time with Sidney Crosby on the power play. However, his average ice time is still just 13:00 per game, which puts his FPP60 (6.77) at 43rd in the NHL. McCann could retain that elevated role even when the injured Penguins return, and a role with a healthy Evgeni Malkin would be the ultimate reward at some point.

Jonas Donskoi, F, Colorado Avalanche: It would probably take a top-six injury for the Avalanche to get Donskoy into the right FPPG, but his FPPG60 shows he would have taken that chance. Donskoy is 45th in the FPP60 standings, playing just 13:21 per game on the third line.

Wayne Simmonds, F, Toronto Maple Leafs: He currently has the ability to play at power forward with Auston Matthews and Mitch Marner. Simmonds is right behind Donsky with an FPP60 of 6.67. Simmonds, who averages just 11:28 per game, will eventually get more if he can keep his place on the first line.

Predictor Fantasy : 29. March to 4. April

After a few weeks of minimal disruptions, COVID changed a few games in the past week. But as of now, next week is still open for all teams.

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For those who are not familiar with the synoptic table, here is some explanation: O (Offense), left behind each matchup, and D (Defense), right, matchup grades are based on a scale of 1 (poor matchup) to 10 (excellent matchup) and are calculated using a formula that evaluates the team’s season statistics, home and away performance based on the location of the match, and opponent grades in those categories. The Rankings column shows the cumulative rankings from 1 to 10 games of the week for both offense (O) and defense (D).

Ordering instructions

Colorado Avalanche: The Avs are the hottest team in March, and this game plan should make for an explosive week on offense. They are at home in all four games and face the Ducks and Blues. Despite being the NHL’s best team on the road this season, the Blues have been generally cold the past three weeks. This is the kind of week where you can dive a little deeper than usual into the Avs’ fantasy asset pool. Andre Burakovsky and Brandon Saad will likely play secondary roles, while Ryan Graves and maybe even rookie Bowen Byram could be useful on the blue line. We’ll probably get a start or two from Jonas Johansson with reliever Philipp Grubauer, so he could be an option in your lineup for a week.

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Gabriel Landeskog provided a solid second period for Colorado, which beat Vegas 5-1.

Florida Panthers: Alexander Barkov will likely return from his injury in time for all four games next week. With the Red Wings and Blue Jackets on the schedule, the Panthers will be looking for points and a good goal difference. Assuming Barkov is back, Carter Verhege should be back in the lineup (available in 48% of leagues). MacKenzie Weegar has also had some high production periods recently. As Aaron Ekblad’s defensive partner, he tends to score when the offense is on fire. Chris Dreiger splits time nicely with Sergei Bobrovsky, so both options.

Calgary Flame: I haven’t checked specifically, but I suspect the Flames’ four-game winning streak against four different opponents could be their first of the season. The Jets, Canucks, Oilers and Leafs all play the Flames next week, and Trickster is mildly optimistic about the offense. Any production from the Flames is welcome at this point, so it’s hard to believe they need to dig deeper. However, Dillon Dube has been given the opportunity to play with Johnny Gaudreau and Sean Monahan lately, while Matthew Tkachuk has played fewer minutes since coach Darryl Sutter’s arrival. I’m not talking about benching Tkachuk and leaving Dub, but it will be interesting to see how the offense develops with a new coach, and Tkachuk’s ice time is especially concerning.

Player notes

Jamie Drysdale, D, Anaheim Ducks: By the Ducks’ system, Drysdale became a quarterback, and at the age of 18, he has a bright future in the NHL. Since his two-point debut, he hasn’t scored in three games, but he’s made plenty of important minutes.

Pius Suter, F, Chicago Blackhawks: After Alex DeBrincat and Patrick Kane scored in the last three games, Suter has scored in the last two. Every time he’s on the front line, he’s worth a start.

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Jason Robertson, F, Dallas Stars: It could be a short-term deal, as he will likely be replaced by Alexander Radulov when healthy, but Robertson will get plenty of ice time and power play time with teammates Joe Pavelski and Rope Hinz on loan.

Alex Galchenyuk, F, Toronto Maple Leafs: He is 27 years old and playing in his seventh NHL franchise. But the Leafs are interested enough to put him in the lineup of John Tavares and William Nylander. At least keep an eye on him.

Jimmy Vesey, F, Vancouver Canucks: Earlier, given the opportunities Galchenyuk is now getting, Vesey also had a chance to succeed with the Canucks. The results aren’t there yet, but he’s skating with J.T. Miller and getting some power play time.

Daniel Spring, F, Washington Capitals: We followed Spring for several seasons looking for fantasy potential, but he was never able to capitalize. The Capitals have used him in the top six more often than they have lately. It’s not much, but he has six points in nine games and two assists on the line with Alexei Ovechkin and Evgeny Kuznetsov in his last game.

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