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    导出博客文章While you may be an avid fan of a particular NHL team -- and keep up to date on all the news and rumors regarding that franchise -- there are 29 others playing in 2016-17. Acquista Nike Silver 97 .As a fantasy owner, it can be a bit daunting to keep tabs on everything.Thats where the Fantasy 30 comes in -- a rundown of the most fantasy-relevant updates on every team. Heres whats happening around the NHL this week.Anaheim Ducks: The diplomatic wheels driving international labor relations churn slowly at times. Armed with a new six-year deal, but still awaiting his work visa, Hampus Lindholm is targeting next week to make his season debut. Maybe Wednesday in Columbus? Once legal, the 22-year-old defenseman is expected to claim his spot among the teams top pairing and power-play unit.Arizona Coyotes: Those who have followed the centermans career closely could tell you it was just a matter of time. An imposing, effective presence when healthy -- and arguably not consistently healthy enough -- Martin Hanzal is questionable for the game against the Predators. Suffering an undisclosed injury outside of game action, the 29-year-old pulled himself after the first period of Tuesdays eventual 3-2 victory over the Sharks. If Hanzal -- who had been centering a line with Max Domi and Radim Vrbata -- isnt good to go Thursday, look for fellow veteran Brad Richardson to, once again, chew up additional minutes down the middle. In fact, after scoring against the Sharks, and collecting two goals and two assists in his past three contests altogether, Richardson could serve as a useful and inexpensive asset in DFS play.Boston Bruins: Sidelined with an elbow injury since early last week, David Backes could rejoin the Bruins Saturday. That means youngster Austin Czarnik gets at least one more turn on a second scoring line alongside center David Krejci. Also, David Pastrnak returns to the Bs lineup Thursday in Tampa -- presumably alongside Patrice Bergeron and Brad Marchand -- following his two-game suspension.Buffalo Sabres: Suffering a sprained knee earlier this week, defenseman Zach Bogosian is expected to miss approximately a month for the Sabres, according to media reports. After playing in the clubs opener, 24-year-old Casey Nelson has been recalled from Rochester to plug the top-four void. Nelson collected four assists and eight PIM in seven games with Buffalo last season.Calgary Flames: Will he stay or will he go? The wide-ranging consensus is that rookie Matthew Tkachuk has done enough to stick with the Flames past his nine-game tryout. The 18-year-old has performed well on a line with Mikael Backlund and Michael Frolik, notching a goal and three assists. Hes also seeing minutes with the secondary power play.Carolina Hurricanes: Making his NHL debut Tuesday, a recovered Ryan Murphy (lower-body injury) didnt much rattle the fantasy order of things on the Hurricanes blue line. A once promising threat, the former first-round draft pick (12th overall, 2011) quietly sits fourth on the team in prominence -- behind Justin Faulk, Noah Hanifin and Jaccob Slavin -- in most standard leagues.Chicago Blackhawks: Contract talks appear to be stagnant between Artemi Panarin and the Blackhawks. Hardly astonishing, since the $6 million per year demand from the restricted free agent doesnt easily squeeze in under Chicagos projected 2017-18 salary cap. However, fantasy folk shouldnt sweat this inert state of affairs at all -- in fact, Panarin will only feel additionally motivated in playing for his next (large) payout. After a minor hiccup to start 2016-17, last seasons Calder Trophy winner is picking up where he left off, potting four goals and six helpers in his past seven games.Colorado Avalanche: Were not tossing out a specific date, but dont be surprised if Calvin Pickard takes over as the Avalanches No. 1 at some point this season. As discussed by Mike Chambers of the Denver Post, Pickards future with the club appears more secure than that of his goaltending colleague. Theres a chance the Avs protect Calvin Pickard instead of Semyon Varlamov [in the upcoming expansion draft] ... because that might be the only way to get out of Varlamovs $5.9 million cap hit through 2018-19. And while Varlamov is considered the Avs top banana right now, that could change. And as it turns out, Pickard -- owned in only 2.7 percent of ESPN leagues -- has been the better netminder for Colorado to date.Columbus Blue Jackets: Cementing himself in as a fixture on the Blue Jackets top power-play unit, Sam Gagner is quickly emerging as a pleasant surprise in Columbus. With three goals -- including two with the extra skater -- on 10 shots in his past two games, the 27-year-old is a candidate to move up John Tortorellas even-strength depth chart as well. Possessing a streaky reputation, Gagner deserves a short-term look (at least) in deeper leagues and DFS competition at present.Dallas Stars: Sought for his penchant for penalty minutes, forward Antoine Roussel sports extra fantasy shine as a front-of-net presence on the Stars top power-play unit. Skating on a second scoring line with Jason Spezza at even strength, the feisty France native has 40 goals and 480 PIM in his past three seasons in Dallas.Detroit Red Wings: While Peter Mrazek (3.07 goals-against average, .908 save percentage) is pigeonholed as Detroits No. 1 this season and beyond, veteran Jimmy Howard (0.86 GAA, .973 save percentage) has been significantly better for the Red Wings in fewer starts. However, with six regulation wins after 11 games, the club will turn to the veteran more often if this trend continues. Fantasy owners with a need for quality goaltending should give Howard a long look if available.Edmonton Oilers: While Jesse Puljujarvi isnt immune from seeing action in the AHL altogether this campaign, hes building a strong case for hanging around Edmonton at present. Playing what many consider his best NHL game yet against the Maple Leafs Tuesday, the 18-year-old even experienced some action on a line with Connor McDavid. Might we see more of that combo in the near future? Puljujarvis fantasy owners should hope so. Owned in less than 10 percent of ESPN leagues, this guy is an obvious speculative grab in all but the shallowest leagues.Florida Panthers: Checking in with Floridas infirmary, both Jussi Jokinen and Nick Bjugstad are expected back sometime next week. So, competing in Jokinens spot on a second scoring line with Vincent Trocheck and Reilly Smith, Colton Sceviour has another couple of games, at minimum, to give coach Gerard Gallant second thoughts about resuming the status quo. The former Dallas forward netted a hat trick from that slot earlier this week.Los Angeles Kings: By placing Jonathan Quick on long-term injured reserve, the Kings have a greater amount of salary cap space (an additional $5,697,380) with which to temporarily improve their goaltending situation. We cant believe the club is content with coasting a Peter Budaj/Jeff Zatkoff (once healthy) tandem into the new year -- not in light of the latest implosion from the former. The Islanders trade block-dwelling Jaroslav Halak -- and his $4.5 million cap hit -- is the most obvious candidate to move out West. Free agent-wise, there are no obvious idle gems. Stay tuned.Montreal Canadiens: The Canadiens are reportedly actively shopping for a top-four defenseman. Winnipeg holdout Jacob Trouba certainly fits the bill, as does Anaheims rumored trade candidate Cam Fowler. Depending on what deal ultimately goes down -- if any, of course -- all but Shea Weber could take a fantasy-value hit on the Habs blue line. That includes Andrei Markov, Nathan Beaulieu and Jeff Petry. Fantasy owners with a connected horse should keep a close ear.Minnesota Wild: Forward Jason Zucker is the most cutting-edge candidate to fill in for an injured Zach Parise on the Wilds top line aside center Eric Staal and Charlie Coyle, replacing recent substitute Nino Niederreiter. Spoken for in only 5 percent of ESPN leagues, and a cheapo asset in DFS, the 24-year-old Zucker scored 21 goals in only 51 games two seasons ago.Nashville Predators: If able, boot Mike Fisher out of your lineup for the next game or two; the Predators captain is listed as day-to-day with an upper-body injury. Our best guess is veteran Mike Ribeiro moves up to center the line with Calle Jarnkrok and Viktor Arvidsson.New Jersey Devils: The good news for fantasy owners invested in Pavel Zacha is the rookie projects to steer clear of Albany and remain up with the NHL Devils. The slightly dull lining is the 19-year-old has tumbled from centering star winger Taylor Hall to a third-line role. However, Zacha is still seeing quality minutes with the man advantage, and coach John Hynes hasnt offered any hint hes ready to shelve the lineup blender yet. For the record, Hall is currently skating with center Travis Zajac and winger Michael Cammalleri.New York Islanders: According to TSNs Darren Dreger, NHL teams arent exactly clamoring over one another to trade for Isles goalie Jaroslav Halak. However, the veteran netminder gets another shot at self-promotion with Thursdays start against the Flyers. Mind you, weighing the Islanders struggles as a whole, you might shy away from unleashing Halak in fantasy play until the squad improves, or the 31-year-old is shipped elsewhere. Dallas and Los Angeles are loosely rumored to be in the mix.New York Rangers: If one is on the fence about Kevin Hayes as fantasy asset, know that the forward has impressed teammate Rick Nash most to launch 2016-17: He lost 20 pounds and looks a lot faster, Nash said, per Elliotte Friedman. No doubt that extra gear helps Hayes in keeping up with new speedy linemate Michael Grabner, along with J.T. Miller. That inspired trio has combined for five goals and six assists in the Rangers past two games. And both Hayes and Grabner are retained in far less than 10 percent of ESPN leagues.Ottawa Senators: Look for new acquisition Mike Condon to fill in between the pipes while Craig Anderson takes some time off. Perfect (seven saves) in his 20-minute taste with the Penguins this autumn, Condon was hit and miss for the Canadiens in 2015-16, his first NHL season.Philadelphia Flyers: Recovering from an abdominal injury, Michael Raffl is expected to return Thursday after an eight-game absence. Prematurely projected to skate on a third line with Matt Read and Pierre-Edouard Bellemare, Raffl is likely to eventually bump rookie Travis Konecny from the second-line left wing spot aside Sean Couturier and Jakub Voracek. Konecny hasnt made enough of that rich opportunity in recent games.Pittsburgh Penguins: Goalie Marc-Andre Fleury is pegged to start Thursdays contest versus the Kings after Matt Murray stopped 32 of 33 shots in Wednesdays victory over the Ducks -- the latters season debut. Until one stumbles, Fleury and Murray are poised to split goaltending duties for Pens coach Mike Sullivan. DFS aficionados, in particular, should check in regularly.San Jose Sharks: You cant fault backup Aaron Dell for feeling bored in San Jose. Despite running warm and cool through the first mini-leg of the campaign, No. 1 goalie Martin Jones is pegged to start his seventh-straight game when the Sharks play the Flames Thursday. And the Sharks dont face their next back-to-back set until the end of the month.St. Louis Blues: Following coach Ken Hitchcocks latest line shuffling, Dmitri Jaskin ascends to a spot alongside center Paul Stastny and Robby Fabbri, while Nail Yakupov falls to the fourth line. The Blues have scored two goals in their past three games, so fair enough. Its also worth noting that Jori Lehtera is back at center, between Jaden Schwartz and Vladimir Tarasenko.Tampa Bay Lightning: The trend of starting Andrei Vasilevskiy every third game continues, as the backup to Ben Bishop is tapped to take the crease versus Boston on Thursday. Both DFS competitors and conventional fantasy owners should comfortably enlist the services of the 22-year-old against a Bruins squad that has scored only five goals in four recent contests. Also, forward Jonathan Drouin is ruled out for Thursdays action in Tampa with a head injury.Toronto Maple Leafs: Young Nikita Soshnikov made a positive impression in his season debut for the Maple Leafs against the Oilers earlier this week, collecting a (beauty) assist on three shots, and earning praise from coach Mike Babcock. During Tuesdays broadcast of the game, TSN analyst Dave Poulin echoed our earlier sentiments in suggesting Soshnikov might flourish further on a spirited line with Nazem Kadri -- with whom he saw limited action last season. While Babcock might shy away from splitting up the effective trio of Connor Brown/Kadri/Leo Komarov now, this is a long season. And dynasty fantasy owners with an eye on the long game might give Soshnikov careful consideration before others jump on board.Vancouver Canucks: According to ESPNs Pierre LeBrun, the Canucks are actively looking to trade for a 20-goal scorer. But LeBrun also points out that such a move is easier said than done, and they wont force a trade if it doesnt make any sense. All things considered, including the fact that such a player has been on Vancouvers wish-list since spring, such a transaction feels improbable in the immediate future. Dont be surprised if Loui Eriksson gets another shot -- and soon -- on a line with the Sedin twins. Having scored only 16 goals in 10 games (by comparison, the Rangers have scored 40), the club has little to lose in giving the Swedish Connection another shot to jell. Despite a sluggish four-assist start to the season for Eriksson, a little patience may pay off handsomely for his fantasy owners.Washington Capitals: Coach Barry Trotz appears to like what he sees from Justin Williams on the right side of Alex Ovechkin and centerman Nicklas Backstrom -- the veteran winger remains in that slot for Thursdays second of a home-and-home with the Jets. Despite the one lonely goal to date, Williams can be relied on to contribute with regularity soon enough, especially if he remains on the Capitals top scoring line.Winnipeg Jets: The odds of seeing Jacob Trouba in another NHL sweater this season appear to be shrinking daily, according to TSNs Darren Dreger:As for the chances of Trouba getting traded, I still feel like theyre slim and I have no reason to believe thats going to change. I dont think that the resolve of Winnipeg Jets ownership and management has changed even a little bit since last we spoke. And I doubt very much that its going to change, even though theyre going through some tough times -- more injury-related than anything else. ... So for me, if theres change, change is going to be executed by Jacob Trouba. And as much pressure as fans and those on the outside might think Winnipeg as a team is feeling, I believe Jacob Trouba is feeling 10 times more pressure. Because the notion of blowing off a full NHL season at his age at this point in his career -- I cant for the life of me believe he wants to do it.A six-year deal worth $5.5 million in average annual value from the Jets is reportedly there for the signing, if/when Trouba concedes that getting paid to play hockey even in Winnipeg is better than not playing pro hockey at all. For what its worth, the Canadiens, Red Wings and Bruins are believed to lead a substantial pack of interested parties. So we can safely assume the trade price for the right-handed 22-year-old must be mammoth. Air Max 95 Nere Alte . Any real chance at payback wont come until the playoff. Still, Pittsburgh knows its taut 3-2 win over the Bruins on Wednesday night is a pretty good place to start laying the groundwork. "They are a very good defensive team," Penguins forward Brandon Sutter said. Air Max 95 Nere e Oro . Los Angeles star goalie survived those perilous gymnastics with no problem, and he eventually backstopped the Kings to a skid-snapping win. Quick stopped 27 shots in his return from a 24-game injury absence, Jeff Carter scored the tiebreaking goal with 7:55 to play, and the Kings snapped their five-game losing streak with a 3-1 victory over the Vancouver Canucks on Saturday night. .Y. -- Syracuse has turned up the defence at the right time all season, and when High Point threatened to pull off a monumental upset the second-ranked Orange did what they do best with their quick hands and savvy play. CLEMSON, S.C. -- Dabo Swinney rolled forward out of his crouch, exhaled deeply and slapped the ground. The Clemson coach knew how fortunate the third-ranked Tigers were to escape with their latest victory.Theres something to be said for finding a way to win, Swinney said. And theres something to be said for knowing how to win.A little luck doesnt hurt either.The Tigers (7-0, 4-0 Atlantic Coast Conference) needed all of it to squeak past North Carolina State 24-17 in overtime Saturday.The Wolfpack (4-2, 1-1) were a 33-yard field goal away at the end of regulation from quashing Clemsons perfect start. Instead, Kyle Bambard pushed the kick right and sent most of the 82,104 at Death Valley into hysterics.I kind of looked up and I saw it started to sail, then I closed my eyes because I couldnt believe it was actually happening, Clemson defensive end Christian Wilkins said. I waited for the crowd to cheer. They messed up because they gave us another chance.Given new life, Clemson responded like defending ACC champions. The Tigers converted a fourth-and-1 to keep their overtime the drive going, and then Deshaun Watson connected with Artavis Scott on a go-ahead 10-yard TD pass. Marcus Edmond intercepted Wolfpack quarterback Ryan Finleys deep thrown into the end zone to keep the Tigers undefeated and on track for the league title game and the College Football Playoff.It wasnt the prettiest effort for Clemson, which gave up 397 yards and turned it over four times -- including Watsons first-ever pick six -- to the Wolfpack. But it made it two straight heart-stopping home games for the Tigers, who trailed 36-28 to Louisville before rallying with two touchdowns in the final eight minutes to take that showdown victory.Its about faith and belief, said Watson, who finished 39 of 52 for 378 yards and two touchdowns. Its what we had to do to get the `W.Bambard was 1 for 4 on field-goal attempts.At the same time, we couldve stopped them one more time, North Carolina State cornerback Mike Stevens said. Its on the whole team. Im not pointing fingers.Stevens started the second-half drama with a 28-yard interception return TD after Clemson came out of the half with a 10-3 lead. Thee Wolfpack tied things at 17-all on Matt Dayes 2-yard scoring run with 11:29 to go. Nike Air 180 Shop Online. Dayes ended with 106 yards, his fifth 100-yard rushing game in six outings.Clemson took a big hit early on when running back Wayne Gallman came out, looking woozy and out of it as he headed to the locker room. Gallman, the teams leading rusher, did not return. Running backs coach and co-offensive coordinator Tony Elliott said Gallmans prognosis is good.Receiver Hunter Renfrow, who had six catches in his first game since Sept. 10 because of a broken hand, was hurt in the fourth quarter and came out the rest of the way.TAKEAWAYNorth Carolina State: The Wolfpack look like a team on the rise, one of the few the past two season that has been able to take the Tigers down to the wire.Clemson: The Tigers have been clutch, but can they keep winning with all these turnovers? They are up to 16 on the season. Clemson had 27 (which is a lot) last season and reached the national championship game.POLL IMPLICATIONSDont be surprised to see the Tigers slip a notch or two when the new Top 25 comes out Sunday.STREAKY CLEMSONThe Tigers are 7-0 for a second straight season and third time since 2011. Theyve also won 21 straight regular-season games dating to 2014 and 20 consecutive home games counting back to a 51-14 Death Valley loss to Florida State in 2013.BAMBARDS DAYBambard also had a kick hit the upright and another blocked by Wilkins. The sophomore kickers had missed only one kick this season -- and that came in last weeks hurricane conditions against Notre Dame -- before coming to Clemson.I havent seen him yet, North Carolina State coach Dave Doeren said of Bambard. But I will. Ill encourage him.UP NEXTNorth Carolina State: The Wolfpack head to No. 7 Louisville where they are 0-3 all time, including a 30-18 defeat two years ago.Clemson: The Tigers get the week off before traveling to No. 14 Florida State on Oct. 29. 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      June 11, 2018 11:16 PM MDT