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Fantasy Hockey Waiver Wire for Week 11

The last fantasy hockey waiver wire report of March is here. There are a few young talents available, including a surprising return at the top of our list.

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Week 11 Fantasy Hockey Waiver Wire


C Kirby Dach, CHI (54% Ownership): Dach fractured his arm in the World Junior Championship, and has been out of the lineup all season. That is until he made a comeback last Saturday. He was held off the scoresheet in his first two games back, but notched an assist in the third outing. Being out of the lineup for months will likely mean he has some rust to shake off. Dach posted 23 points in 64 games during his rookie campaign. He elevated his game in the return to play, collecting six points in nine matchups. It remains to be seen what kind of offensive potential he’ll have for this year. Let’s not forget he was just drafted in 2019, going third overall, so the potential is there. If he can work his way back up the Blackhawks lineup, he makes for a sly claim from the waiver wire.

RW Eeli Tolvanen, NSH (47%): The rookie winger continues to be red hot for Nashville. Tolvanen has an active six-game point streak in which he’s delivered three goals and six assists. Overall he has nine goals and nine helpers in 28 contests. Five of each of his goals and assists were generated on the power play, and he’s laid out 52 hits as well. Tolvanen has been a key component to Nashville turning their season around, and he could do the same for your squad too.

LW Jason Robertson, DAL (46%): Another rookie making a big impact for his club. Robertson is playing on the top line in Dallas and making the most of it. He has nine points in his last nine games, and 22 points in 28 games overall. That’s good for fourth in team scoring. He doesn’t provide a lot of category coverage, but if you want a player that can provide some secondary scoring that others in your league may be unaware of, Robertson makes for a great fit.

C David Krejci, BOS (40%): 21 points in 28 games, a respectable total for Krejci. However, it’s surprising that of those 21 points, only one is a goal. It was scored on the power play, meaning Krejci has no even-strength goals this season. So why is he on the waiver wire report? He’s due. A player with his skill set can’t continue to not score at five on five hockey. He still centers Boston’s second line and plays the point on the secondary power play. He has eight assists in his past five games. Even if he’s not scoring, he can still rack up the helpers for you.

C/LW Jared McCann, PIT (26%): McCann has an ongoing four-game point streak, and has 10 points in his past 10 meetings. With Evgeni Malkin sidelined, McCann slots in as the Penguins second line C. He’s also on the top power-play unit, giving him plenty of opportunities to succeed. Overall, he has eight goals, eight assists, 46 shots, and a plus-13 rating in 23 games played.


D Justin Schultz, WSH (51%): Schultz is thriving as a member of the Capitals. He has 17 points in 31 games, including seven points in his last eight appearances. He’s already surpassed the point totals from his past two seasons. With six power-play points, 17 hits, 29 blocks, and a plus-14 rating, Schultz doesn’t wow in peripherals, but he contributes. The offense is the main appeal though. He appears to be scoring the points expected from Dmitry Orlov, who has just seven on the season.

D Justin Holl, TOR (27%): Another Justin on defense. Holl has points in three straight contests, giving him 14 points in 35 games on the year. He’s only four points back of last season’s total but has played 33 fewer games. He doesn’t get time on the man advantage, which does limit his fantasy potential. However, he has 19 PIM, 56 hits, 50 blocks, and a plus-7 rating. Holl can provide some decent category coverage while chipping in the offense.


G Adin Hill, ARZ (21%): With Darcy Kuemper and Antti Raanta both injured, Hill is left to patrol the crease in Arizona. He wasn’t great out of the gate but has since settled in. He’s won his past three starts, including a shutout in his most recent affair. He has a 4-3-1 record with a 2.44 GAA and .920 save percentage. His next game is against the Avalanche, but then has two meetings with the low-scoring Ducks. Depending on the league, you might not always be able to snag a starting goalie off the wire. Especially on a team in the playoff hunt. The Coyotes are just one point back of fourth in their division. Hill could help them, and you, get into the playoffs.

If you enjoyed Brandon’s Fantasy Hockey Waiver Wire, also make sure to check out Mark Hillier’s Week 11 Goalie Streams!

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