Elan’s on a secret overseas mission in search of new fantasy hockey talent, so Brian goes solo– sort of– on this week’s edition of the Keeping Karlsson fantasy hockey podcast.
This episode has all of the usual segments and player analysis, but also features two in-depth interviews on the fantasy fortunes of teams that you told us you wanted to know more about.
First up is Kyle Alexander from Raw Charge and Bolts Statistics, who helps give the lowdown on which emerging talents in Tampa Bay are going to keep up their surprising early season production, where Victor Hedman fits in alongside elite fantasy producers, and what the heck is the story behind Jonathan Drouin’s healthy scratch.
Then, Rob Tufts from St. Louis Gametime gives us the downlow on whether the Blues’ red-hot STL line can possibly sustain their current paces, how Brian Elliott and Jake Allen could split starts the rest of the way, and the evolving depth chart configuration on their blue line.
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