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Waiver Wire - Week 14

by chewy 8. January 2014 06:13

We're half way through the NHL campaign already.  With most of the hockey world caught up in debating the snubs for Team Canada, this is your chance to snatch up a gem or two off the waiver wire while their backs are turned.  Here are a handful for your consideration:

 

 

Max Pacioretty (MON)

Pacioretty got off to a very slow start on the season; however, recently, the goals have been coming in bunches.  He has 7 points in his last 4 games.

 

Brayden Schenn (PHI)

4 years into his NHL career, the 5th overall draft pick is just now starting to show some offensive flash.  He scored in 4 of Philly's last 5 games, despite 3rd line minutes.

 

Mark Scheifele (WIN)

Scheifele is starting to emerge into a powerful offensive weapon for Winnepeg in his sophomore season.  He has tallied 18 points in the last 20 games.

 

Chris Stewart (STL)

Nobody is an inconsistent as Stewart over the past several years.  After a horrid start, Stewart went on rampage in December, but fell cold over the past two weeks.  He  has been dropped in many leagues.  He scored again last night, so he may be on the verge of another roll.

 

Alexander Barkov (FLA)

Barkov is making his case for rookie of the year.  Since mid-December, he has averaged more than a point a game, but goes largely unnoticed, toiling in the hockey misery of Miami.

 

Nathan MacKinnon (COL)

The one man who is likely to ruin Barkov's claim to the Calder Trophy this season is coming on strong as well.  6 goals in the last five game, include back to back 2-goal efforts have him disappearing from waiver wires quickly.

 

Jussi Jokinen (PIT)

Malkin is back, and thus, so is Jokinen.  Three straight multi-point performances since Malkin's return.

 

 

 

 

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