Fantasy hockey tips: Vladimir Tarasenko trade reaction

He plays right away. Approximately 32 hours, give or take, after his official trade from the only NHL team he has ever known, Vladimir Tarasenko, along with defenseman Niko Mikkola, is expected to play for the Rangers against Kraken, who arrived Friday night. Exciting things.

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A spot in New York’s top spot along with Artemy Panarin and Mika Zibanejad appears in close order for the 11-year veteran, while a position at the club’s No. 1 power-play – perhaps edging out Vincent Trochek – could also be in the mix. The fresh duo of playing Panarin and sniper Tarasenko are going to compose beautiful goalscoring music together and, together with Zibanejad, are one of the league’s elite trios in terms of production. Congratulations to every manager who has already listed one or more of the three, given that they already have a lot of talk in the fantasy leagues.

But Philip Chitil is gone. Widely available, the 23-year-old has been scoring relentlessly lately. Competing in the Baby Line with Alexis Lafrenière and Kaapo Kakko, Chitil scored seven goals in five games (plus one assist). He has not been able to find the back of the grid since January 19th.


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