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NHL 19 - Sabres Being One of the Most Improved Fantasy Teams for NHL 2018-19

Recently, NHL.com releases the three most improved fantasy teams for 2018-19 season. They are Buffalo Sabres, Calgary Flames and St. Louis Blues. As one of the three most improved team, although Buffalo Sabres missed the Stanley Cup Playoffs in 2017-18 but for the offseason improvements, number of players in NHL.com's top 100 or 250, young players and/or prospects and lineup or injury trends, it has gained fantasy momentum as a result of factors that we have mentioned but not limited to.
 

Most improved teams for 2018-19


With regard to NGL.com’s fantasy top 250, the player who come from Sabres are Jack Eichel, C; Rasmus Dahlin, D; Jeff Skinner, LW; Rasmus Ristolainen, D; Sam Reinhart, C/LW/RW; Carter Hutton, G; Casey Mittelstadt, C; Kyle Okposo, RW.
 
The Sabres had the fewest points (62) in the NHL last season but have improved through the 2018 NHL Draft, free agency and multiple trades. Buffalo made one of the biggest moves of the offseason, acquiring left wing Jeff Skinner from the Carolina Hurricanes on Thursday. Skinner, a three-time 30-goal scorer, ranks 20th in the category (204) since entering the NHL in 2010-11 (won Calder Trophy), has a consistently high shot volume (ranked in top 15 in four of past five seasons), and should improve a Sabres power play that finished 20th last season (19.1 percent). Skinner moved up from 165th in NHL.com's rankings to 92nd after the trade.
 
Skinner had 49 points (24 goals, 25 assists) last season, a drop from 63 in 2016-17, and his shooting percentage dipped to 8.7 percent playing in a third-line, second power-play role. But he should play with elite center Jack Eichel (ranked 30th overall by NHL.com) to form a potentially dynamic fantasy duo, with either breakout candidate Sam Reinhart or bounce-back hopeful Kyle Okposo likely to be the third member of that line. Other players who can benefit throughout the lineup include rookie forward Casey Mittelstadt and defenseman Rasmus Ristolainen.

Eichel

 
Eichel has increased his point total in each of his three NHL seasons, but he has missed significant time because of multiple ankle injuries. After playing in 81 games as a rookie in 2015-16, Eichel sustained a high ankle sprain in October 2016 (missed first 21 games that season), and then sustained another high ankle sprain in February (missed 15 games last season).
 
Although Buffalo lost its best two-way forward in Ryan O'Reilly (traded to St. Louis Blues), it was able to sign goaltender Carter Hutton (finished 45th in Yahoo) to provide some stability in net; the Sabres finished 29th in goals allowed per game last season (3.39). If Hutton can carry over his NHL-best peripherals (led League with 2.09 goals-against average, .931 save percentage) to a heavier workload (50-60 games), he would be a late-round fantasy sleeper. And the Sabres will also see an influx of young talent this season, most notably with defenseman Rasmus Dahlin (No. 1 pick in 2018 NHL Draft) and Mittelstadt.
 
Dahlin, who's ranked 71st (12th at position) in NHL.com's fantasy top 250, is a puck-moving defenseman who had 20 points (seven goals, 13 assists) in 41 games for Frolunda in the Swedish Hockey League last season and was named top defenseman in the 2018 IIHF World Junior Championship. With the opportunity to average 20 minutes per game while potentially seeing time alongside Eichel and Skinner on the first power play, Dahlin is worth targeting among the top 15-20 defensemen with an even higher ceiling. Mittelstadt, projected to be Buffalo's second-line center, made an immediate impact in his NHL trial last season (five points in six games) and could join Dahlin in the Calder Trophy race if multiple factors comes together at once for the Sabres.
 
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