In the Crease: One-category stars
During the course of a fantasy hockey season, it's easy to lag behind in a category or two. This can be the result of an intentional drafting strategy (sometimes we forget to acquire ourselves a ruffian to boost the PIM totals); other times, the players we imagined would help out with plus/minus are struggling on the defensive end, thereby submarining that category instead. That's why it's important to keep an eye on the single-category studs.
This is a phenomenon that is more present among ...
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