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Alex Pietrangelo
Vegas Golden
Mark Stone
Max Pacioretty
Jonathan Marchessault
Reilly Smith
William Karlsson
Shea Theodore
Torey Krug
Robin Lehner
Marc-Andre Fleury
Tyler Toffoli
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Anze Kopitar
Elias Pettersson
Tomas Tatar
Jonathan Drouin
Jack Eichel
Leon Draisaitl
Connor McDavid
Morgan Rielly
Nathan MacKinnon
Mikko Rantanen
Oscar Klefbom
Tyson Barrie
Patrice Bergeron
Brad Marchand
David Pastrnak
Vladimir Tarasenko
Ryan O'Reilly
Brayden Schenn
David Perron
Jaden Schwartz
Charlie McAvoy
Matt Grzelcyk
Quinn Hughes
J.T. Miller
Brock Boeser
Thatcher Demko
Jacob Markstrom
Cam Talbot
Henrik Lundqvist
Andrei Vasilevskiy
David Rittich
Ilya Samsonov
Igor Shesterkin
Alexandar Georgiev
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It's worth noting Vegas averaged 3.15 goals per game last season (13th in NHL), only a fraction higher than the Blues (3.14; T-14th), but Pietrangelo could be the missing piece for the Golden Knights to take their offense to the next level and potentially win the Stanley Cup in their fourth season.Prior to the Pietrangelo signing, defenseman Shea Theodore was projected to be among the 10 best fantasy options at the position, but Pietrangelo will now be ranked ahead of Theodore. If Barrie has the full-time PP1 role to himself for an entire season, he would have a ceiling of setting a new career best in points with at least 60 and also PPP (30 in 2017-18 with Avalanche) considering the Oilers had the best power play in the League last season (29.5 percent).Tweet from @NHLFantasy: How many points will Tyson Barrie score next season with #Oilers?#NHLFreeAgency fantasy recap: Krug agreed to terms on a seven-year contract with the St. Louis Blues on Friday. This is a lateral move for Krug, who will remain a top 10-15 fantasy defenseman after leaving the Boston Bruins because he's joining a team that is even deeper offensively and arguably just as strong defensively, even after Alex Pietrangelo signed with the Vegas Golden Knights.Krug will no longer have the luxury of so much exposure to the best line in the NHL of center Patrice Bergeron, left wing Brad Marchand and right wing David Pastrnak at even strength and on the first power-play unit. St. Louis finished 10th in the NHL on the power play (18.8 percent), while Boston ranked slightly ahead in seventh (22.2).Pietrangelo was consistently an elite player at his position with St. Louis, instrumental to its Stanley Cup title in 2019 and the more well-rounded defenseman with a clear height advantage (6-foot-3; Krug: 5-foot-9) and higher shot volume (Pietrangelo: 225 shots on goal in 70 games last season) compared to Krug (144 in 61). Vancouver has one of the best young cores in the NHL with elite skaters in center Elias Pettersson, defenseman Quinn Hughes and left wing J.T. Miller, along with valuable right wing Brock Boeser and center Bo Horvat.Holtby, 31, is expected to get the majority of the starts this season but could split time with Thatcher Demko, who looked like a future starter in the Stanley Cup Playoffs, going 2-1-0 with a .985 save percentage and one shutout in four games (including three starts facing elimination). Lundqvist saw the lowest save percentage of his NHL career last season (.905), his second straight season playing below a .910 (.907 in 2018-19).But, despite the declining numbers, Lundqvist, 38, could bring value as a No. 3 or 4 fantasy goalie in a backup role to Samsonov, who did not play in the postseason because of injury but had an impressive rookie season (16 wins in 26 games, .913 save percentage), especially after Holtby signed with the Canucks.

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