2017 Mock Draft Army ADP Trend Report: Feb. 27 Cover Image
2017 Mock Draft Army ADP Trend Report: Feb. 27
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Kyle Palmieri Headshot

Palmieri scored a goal and added a power-play assist during Monday's overtime loss to Montreal.

With four goals and seven points through his past four games, Palmieri is heating up for fantasy owners. While repeating his 30-goal, 57-point showing from last season is likely still out of reach, the winger is clicking and should be owned in all seasonal leagues. Additionally, Palmieri's price in daily contests hasn't caught up to his recent form.
12:25 am (EST)
Cory Schneider Headshot

Schneider saved just 29 of 33 shots during Monday's overtime loss to Montreal.

The Devils limited Montreal to just 16 shots through the first two periods of the game, and Schneider saved them all. It quickly slipped downhill from there, though. Schneider allowed four goals on the next 17 shots and lost his third consecutive game and second straight in overtime. It's been a disastrous fantasy campaign, and easily the worst of Schneider's career since becoming an NHL regular. Additionally, after posting a .941 save percentage and 1.87 GAA through seven starts, Schneider has now allowed eight goals over his past two outings.
12:19 am (EST)
Alexei Emelin Headshot

Emelin recorded a third-period assist, a minor penalty, three hits and a plus-2 rating during Monday's win over the Devils.

This was a rare offensive showing from Emelin, as the 30-year-old Russian notched just one assist -- along with a minus-8 rating -- through his previous 16 games. He does move the needle enough in the PIM, hits and blocked shots columns to warrant attention in some deep settings, but counting on any scoring help is ill-advised.
12:12 am (EST)
Al Montoya Headshot

Montoya saved 34 of 37 shots during Monday's overtime win against New Jersey.

While it was the backups first win since Jan. 20, Montoya is having a serviceable fantasy season. As long as you keep your expectations in check, he's a decent bet in favorable matchups. He's won eight of 16 starts with a .913 save percentage and remains a viable streaming option in seasonal leagues and low-priced flier in daily contests when receiving the starting nod.
12:01 am (EST)
Serge Ibaka Headshot

Ibaka scored 15 points (5-14 FG, 2-6 3Pt, 3-4 FT) while adding four rebounds and one block across 36 minutes in Monday's 92-91 win over the Knicks.

Since coming to the Raptors over the All-Star break, Ibaka has averaged 16 points and seven rebounds across 35.3 minutes. Although the point and rebound totals are similar to his season averages, he is already earning nearly five more minutes per game on a winning team, which bodes well for more opportunities. The Raptors lack a post presence other than Jonas Valanciunas, so Ibaka, a premier post defender with some range to his game, should continue to post nights like Monday night, if not better nights.
Yesterday 11:59 pm (EST)
Shea Weber Headshot

Weber collected two assists during Monday's win over New Jersey.

The veteran rearguard has now marked the scoresheet in just three of his past 13 games for two goals and five points. Additionally, his minus-9 rating during that stretch is a crippler. While Weber remains a must-own asset in all fantasy settings, the best years of the 31-year-old defenseman's career are likely in the rearview mirror. It isn't out of the question to consider selling high in keeper/dynasty settings for the right return, either.
Yesterday 11:56 pm (EST)
Pheonix Copley Headshot

Copley was traded to Washington on Monday as part of a package with Kevin Shattenkirk for several draft picks and depth forward Zach Sanford.

Copley has played in a grand total of two games at the NHL level since last season. His performance in the AHL this year has been solid, however, as he's posted a 15-6-2 record to go with a .920 save percentage and 2.31 GAA. That said, he's not likely to ascend to the big club anytime soon, as Braden Holtby and Philipp Grubauer have the NHL crease firmly locked down in D.C..
Yesterday 11:53 pm (EST)
Max Pacioretty Headshot

Pacioretty scored two goals on eight shots during Monday's win against New Jersey.

Make it four consecutive seasons with 30 or more goals for Pacioretty. He's also hit the benchmark in each of the past five full seasons and is well on his way to his fifth 60-point campaign. What Pacioretty lacks in an offensive ceiling, he makes up for with his year-to-year reliability, and he should continued to be viewed as a go-to scorer in all fantasy settings.
Yesterday 11:51 pm (EST)
Lance Thomas Headshot

Thomas tallied 12 points (3-4 FG, 2-3 3Pt, 4-6 FT) and six rebounds across 29 minutes in Monday's 92-91 loss to the Raptors.

In the last three games coming out of the All-Star break, Thomas has averaged 10.7 points and 5.7 rebounds across 32.3 minutes. He has earned starts with his productivity in Kristaps Porzingis' (ankle) absence, but he will revert back to a bench role when Porzingis returns, which is expected to be in the next game Wednesday against the Magic.
Yesterday 11:50 pm (EST)
Alexander Radulov Headshot

Radulov recorded a goal, three assists, three shots on net and a plus-3 rating during Monday's win over New Jersey.

The offensive outburst snapped a six-game point drought and upped Radulov to 15 goals and 46 points through 61 games for the campaign. It was also his 13th multi-point game of the season, which highlights in his upside for daily contests. Unfortunately, Radulov has also missed the scoresheet entirely in 33 of 61 games, so the floor is equally low. In seasonal leagues, he's a rock-solid option, but his game-to-game volatility makes the 30-year-old Russian a high-risk, high-reward daily option.
Yesterday 11:45 pm (EST)
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