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Fantasy Hockey Waiver Wire Week 22: Teams to Stream & Best Pickups (March 13 – 19)

Fantasy Hockey Waiver Wire Week 22: Teams to Stream & Best Pickups (March 13 - 19)

Fantasy Hockey Waiver Wire Week 22: Teams to Stream & Best Pickups (March 13 – 19)

We’re back with our Fantasy Hockey Waiver Wire article with the teams to stream and the best pickups at forward, defenseman, and goalie for Week 22!

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We have a fairly typical week with four lighter nights on Monday (3), Wednesday (4), Friday (4), and Sunday (7). Those are the days to focus on to get an edge in your matchups, while you should already be covered on Tuesday (12), Thursday (11), and Saturday (13).

If you are in a shallower or deeper league –– or just have a question or comment –– feel free to reach out to me on Twitter (@RGilbertSOP) or in the SGPN Discord!

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Fantasy Hockey Waiver Wire Week 22: Teams to Stream

The Buffalo Sabres are the main team to target this week with a game on all four light nights! The Toronto Maple Leafs and Washington Capitals are with a look as well, with three games on light nights and four in total.

Buffalo Sabres

  • Monday @ TOR
  • Wednesday @ WSH
  • Friday @ PHI
  • Sunday vs. BOS

Victor Olofsson (W – 11% Rostered)

Olofsson has already hit a career-high with 24 goals in 65 games this season. He’s been relegated to the third line but does sometimes fill in on the power play. It’s not a great pickup, but at 11% rostered, you could do a lot worse.

Owen Power (D – 47% Rostered)

Power is picking up the pace a little bit in his rookie season. He has nine points in his last 21 games as opposed to 15 points in his first 41 contests.

The young defenseman plays on the Sabres’ second pair, second power-play unit, and sees time on the penalty kill as well. He should be able to fill out the stat sheet this week.

Craig Anderson (G – 13% Rostered)

Anderson is holding his own as he gets up there in age. The 41-year-old netminder is turning back the clock with a .918 SV% — his highest since the 2016-17 season in Ottawa — and 2.78 GAA while going 9-9-2 in 20 starts.

The Sabres’ week is bookended with two tough opponents, but the Capitals and Flyers are very winnable games.

Toronto Maple Leafs

We’re scraping the bottom of the barrel here as most of the Leafs’ contributors are rostered in more than 50% of leagues.

  • Monday vs. Buffalo
  • Wednesday vs. Colorado
  • Friday vs. Carolina
  • Saturday @ Ottawa

Alexander Kerfoot (C, W – 5% Rostered)

Kerfoot is worth an add solely for his position on the top line. As long as he’s playing with Auston Matthews and Mitch Marner, he’s going to be worth at least a speculative add. Keep an eye on his usage as the week progresses.

He has some position versatility as well with both center and wing, so he’s got that going for him.

Calle Jarnkrok (C, W – 3% Rostered)

Speaking of versatile speculative adds, we have Jarnkrok. The veteran forward has 29 points (14 G, 15 A) in 58 games this season and is seeing time on the second power-play unit. He has goals in two of his last four games.

T.J. Brodie (D – 1% Rostered)

Brodie plays on the top pair and can help you with some hits and blocked shots, but that’s about it.

Washington Capitals

The Capitals have a few players in their top six that are worth a look this week.

  • Tuesday @ Rangers
  • Wednesday vs. Buffalo
  • Friday vs. St. Louis
  • Sunday @ Minnesota

Tom Wilson (W – 42% Rostered)

Wilson has returned with a bang, putting up seven points in 10 games in the past month. He’s up to 10 points in 18 games on the season, and that should only continue on the top line with Alex Ovechkin and Evgeny Kuznetsov.

T.J. Oshie (C, W – 34% Rostered)

The versatility theme continues here with Oshie. He’s currently playing on the second line but does get time on the top power-play unit with the big guns.

Oshie has 10 points in his last eight games, bringing him up to 30 points (17 G, 13 A) in 49 games on the year.

Dylan Strome (C, W – 21% Rostered)

Strome, Oshie’s second-line center, is also worth an add. He has 47 points in 66 games this season and is red-hot with seven points during his current four-game point streak.


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