SporttheScore's 2019-20 Fantasy Hockey Draft Kit

17:56  13 september  2019
17:56  13 september  2019 Source:   thescore.com

Flames sign Smith-Pelly, 3 others to PTOs

Flames sign Smith-Pelly, 3 others to PTOs The Calgary Flames signed forwards Devante Smith-Pelly, Tobias Rieder, Zac Rinaldo, and Alexandre Grenier to professional tryouts, the team announced Wednesday. Smith-Pelly suited up in 54 games for the Washington Capitals last season, tallying eight points and 78 hits while playing a fourth-line role. He was a playoff hero for the Caps in 2018 when he scored seven goals - including the game-tying tally in the Cup-clinching Game 5. Rieder averaged 14 goals per season through his first four NHL campaigns but failed to find twine in 67 games with the Edmonton Oilers last season.

To prepare for the 2019-20 NHL season, theScore will be rolling out all the fantasy hockey advice you'll need to dominate your draft and win your league. Make sure to check back for updates right up until the regular season begins.

theScore's 2019-20 Fantasy Hockey Draft Kit© Andy Devlin / National Hockey League / Getty

2019 Rankings

  • Top 200

Breakouts, busts, sleepers

  • Breakouts to target
  • Busts to avoid
  • Sleepers to steal
  • Bounce-back candidates (Sept. 13)

Target or avoid

  • Aging players you can still bank on
  • Goalies to avoid (Sept. 14)
  • Goalies who could become studs (Sept. 15)
  • Risky picks worth gambling on (Sept. 16)

Faces in new places

  • Who will excel with their new team?
  • Who will disappoint with their new team?

Keeper/Dynasty leagues

  • Rookies who can make an impact
  • Players with long-term value (Sept. 17)

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Blues' committal to Faulk creates questions about Pietrangelo's future .
It seemed almost certain that Alex Pietrangelo would be traded last December when the St. Louis Blues were in the NHL's basement. As we know now, St. Louis opted against a rebuild and, after a turnaround for the ages, Pietrangelo became the first player in franchise history to hoist the Stanley Cup. Since then, most thought he was going to remain a Blue for life. However, St. Louis traded for blue-liner Justin Faulk on Tuesday, which suddenly makes Pietrangelo's future unclear. The Blues sent defenseman Joel Edmundson, former first-rounder Dominik Bokk, and a seventh-round pick to the Carolina Hurricanes for Faulk and a fifth-rounder.

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