Many sports fans use fantasy hockey to keep track of their favorite teams all season long. With the standard approach, your team is made up of human players that you can bid for in auctions and trades, but what if you could take this one step further? What if there was a bot doing all the work for you?

The “hockey forecaster magazine 2021-2022” is a fantasy hockey publication that releases predictions for the 2020-2021 season. The publication provides in depth analysis and statistics, as well as projections on player performance and team success.

Is it possible that some of the early-season fantasy woe might be related to players clutching their sticks too tightly? Of course, calculating something intangible like that is tough — but we can try.

The NHL maintains track of missed shots in addition to shots on goal. The league logs every time a player attempts to score but the puck goes wide, high, or hits the post/crossbar. A missed shot is one of the finest examples of a fantasy point wasted chance since each shot on goal not only costs 0.1 points but also has the potential to transform into a two-point goal.

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The case for the players below is that they are missing an extremely high percentage of their shoots. We can’t guarantee that all of them will start hitting the net more in the future, but based on their track record, we can claim that their accuracy might be improved.

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New York Rangers’ Artemi Panarin (W): Panarin has missed equally as many shots as he has made this season, with a total of 21. He had averaged 1.12 missed shots per game over the last three seasons, but this season he has 1.62. His 1.7 fantasy points per game (FPPG) is a significant dip from his previous season’s 2.4 FPPG. Panarin might be brought back to life with a couple more accurate shots.

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Arizona Coyotes’ Jakob Chychrun, D: I was genuinely relieved to see how much Chychrun had fallen short this season. With the way he broke out last season, he has one of my favorite fantasy metrics profiles, yet he’s off to a terrible start this season. So seeing Chychrun as the NHL’s clear leader in missed shots is at the very least positive in terms of potential progress. So far this season, only Dougie Hamilton (missed shots and shots per 60 minutes) has placed the puck closer to the goal than Chychrun among defenseman. Chychrun, on the other hand, is averaging 2.31 missed shots per game. He missed 1.26 shots per game on average during the previous three seasons. I still believe he has the ability to turn this season around.

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Los Angeles Kings’ Viktor Arvidsson (W): Playing alongside Anze Kopitar will provide greater results than what we’ve seen thus far from Arvidsson. Arvidsson ranks third in the NHL in total shooting attempts (missed shots + shots) per 60 minutes, behind Timo Meier and David Pastrnak. In this new position at the top of the Kings depth chart, he’s missing more shots than he used to, but he’s also making a lot more attempts. He’s averaging four shots on goal per game this season, up from 2.89 the previous three seasons, and he’s also averaging 2.13 missed shots per game, up from 1.27 the previous three. Arvidsson is now through COVID procedure, but he should be returning shortly.

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New York Islanders’ Oliver Wahlstrom, W: Please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please If he ever begins receiving serious minutes, keep an eye on him. He’s eighth in the league in total shot attempts per 60 minutes and in the top 50 skaters in fantasy points per 60 minutes, but he only gets 13:14 minutes a game. For the time being, he continues to play on the third line and on the secondary power play for the Isles.

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Winnipeg Jets’ Nikolaj Ehlers (W): On Thursday, we saw the Jets split their offense into two lines for the first time this season, arguably the first time they’ve done it with all of their important fantasy components dressed. Ehlers concluded the game on a line with Mark Scheifele and Blake Wheeler, after playing with Paul Stastny and Andrew Copp for the duration of the season. Is this new group going to be able to help him get out of his funk? Ehlers continues to shoot a lot of pucks at the goal, ranking seventh in the league in total shot attempts per 60 minutes, but he’s also missing a lot of them. This season, he had 1.85 missed shots per game, up from 0.86 in the previous three seasons.

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Calgary Flames’ Johnny Gaudreau (W): This season, Gaudreau’s shots are missing the target at a higher rate. He’s missing 1.54 shots per game this season, up from 0.96 in the previous three. While his goal-scoring accuracy remains consistent (2.85 per game this season, compared to 2.72 in the previous three). His 1.8 fantasy points per game are actually higher than last season, but now that the Flames have him on the top line alongside Matthew Tkachuk and Elias Lindholm, he has the potential to score much more.


November 15th through November 21st, Fantasy Forecaster

Similarly to previous week, a bigger sample of clubs (nine) will play four times, reducing the influence that roster stacking may have. On the forecaster chart, there are a few teams to target, including the Islanders, Tampa Bay Lightning, and Toronto Maple Leafs.

The Anaheim Ducks, Boston Bruins, and Colorado Avalanche will each play two games.

Team

Gms

Ratings

Mon 11/15

Tue 11/16

Wed 11/17

Thu 11/18

Fri 11/19

Sat 11/20

Sun 11/21

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2

3

5

OFF

WSH

5

9

OFF

CAR

2

6

OFF

OFF

OFF

Fantasy-hockey

4

2

1

OFF

@STL

1

1

OFF

CLS

3

1

OFF

DET

1

1

@LA

1

1

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2

5

5

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

@PHI

8

9

CGY

5

8

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3

5

7

OFF

@PIT

5

10

OFF

CGY

4

7

OFF

OFF

@NYR

7

6

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4

6

8

OFF

@PHI

5

9

OFF

@BUF

4

7

OFF

@NYI

4

5

@BOS

3

6

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3

6

7

OFF

@VGS

7

7

OFF

@ANA

5

9

OFF

@LA

6

8

OFF

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3

5

6

OFF

OFF

@SEA

3

10

OFF

OFF

@EDM

5

1

@VAN

7

9

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2

6

5

OFF

OFF

@VAN

10

7

OFF

@SEA

7

8

OFF

OFF

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3

7

7

DET

3

7

OFF

OFF

@ARI

10

8

OFF

@VGS

5

7

OFF

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3

5

5

OFF

DET

4

7

OFF

@MIN

8

3

OFF

STL

3

1

OFF

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4

8

9

@CLS

3

8

@DAL

5

6

OFF

@VGS

3

9

OFF

@ARI

10

9

OFF

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3

8

5

OFF

@WPG

9

1

OFF

WPG

9

1

OFF

CHI

10

7

OFF

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3

7

6

OFF

NYI

5

8

OFF

NJ

10

5

OFF

MIN

7

7

OFF

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3

7

7

OFF

OFF

WSH

4

8

OFF

OFF

CAR

2

6

ARI

10

10

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4

7

4

OFF

SJ

6

3

OFF

DAL

7

1

OFF

@FLA

6

1

@TB

7

6

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3

5

5

OFF

@NYR

5

3

OFF

PIT

3

6

OFF

NSH

4

6

OFF

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3

6

6

OFF

@TOR

2

3

OFF

@OTT

8

8

OFF

@MTL

6

6

OFF

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3

8

5

OFF

OTT

10

5

OFF

@FLA

6

1

OFF

@TB

7

6

OFF

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4

6

8

@TB

4

7

@FLA

4

7

OFF

OFF

OFF

CGY

6

8

TOR

5

6

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4

8

5

OFF

MTL

9

5

OFF

@TOR

5

2

OFF

@OTT

10

7

BUF

5

4

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3

3

3

OFF

@NJ

4

1

OFF

NSH

2

3

OFF

NYR

3

1

OFF

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3

3

5

OFF

CGY

2

5

OFF

TB

4

9

OFF

BOS

2

3

OFF

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3

3

6

OFF

BUF

1

6

OFF

@MTL

5

7

OFF

@TOR

1

4

OFF

1618618240_622_Fantasy-hockey-Forecaster-for-the-week-of-April-19

3

10

5

OFF

ARI

10

3

OFF

SJ

8

7

OFF

@DAL

10

7

OFF

1618618239_823_Fantasy-hockey-Forecaster-for-the-week-of-April-19

3

4

5

OFF

@MIN

9

6

OFF

@STL

1

3

OFF

WSH

2

8

OFF

1633760167_714_Fantasy-hockey

3

2

8

OFF

OFF

CHI

2

8

OFF

COL

3

5

OFF

WSH

1

7

1633760168_564_Fantasy-hockey

4

2

10

NYI

1

10

OFF

OFF

@PHI

2

7

OFF

NJ

5

4

MIN

7

5

1618618243_865_Fantasy-hockey-Forecaster-for-the-week-of-April-19

4

7

9

OFF

NSH

7

9

OFF

NYR

8

6

OFF

PIT

6

10

@NYI

4

8

1633760170_35_Fantasy-hockey

3

4

4

OFF

OFF

COL

3

1

OFF

WPG

5

1

OFF

CHI

2

4

1618618245_925_Fantasy-hockey-Forecaster-for-the-week-of-April-19

3

1

6

OFF

CAR

1

5

OFF

DET

1

8

OFF

CLS

3

7

OFF

1618618247_823_Fantasy-hockey-Forecaster-for-the-week-of-April-19

4

5

9

OFF

@ANA

2

6

@LA

3

6

OFF

OFF

@SJ

4

8

@SEA

5

10

1618618248_675_Fantasy-hockey-Forecaster-for-the-week-of-April-19

3

9

3

OFF

EDM

10

1

OFF

@EDM

10

1

@VAN

10

5

OFF

OFF

Notes from the group

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Let’s call this “Try a Red Wing Week” for the Detroit Red Wings. The Wings’ four-game week will be concluded with a trip to the desert to take on the Coyotes. Tyler Bertuzzi and Dylan Larkin are both on the rosters of 70% or more of teams, and they lead the way with 2.7 and 2.0 fantasy points per game, respectively. Lucas Raymond, Moritz Seider, and Filip Hronek are presently all averaging 1.9 FPPG and are available in at least 37% of leagues. Depending on your requirements, choose one of these. Try them out on your team for this four-game week, and you may just like what you see and decide to keep them on your squad longer.

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Columbus Blue Jackets: Patrik Laine is out for the time being, while Max Domi is doubtful for the week. As a result, we should see some depth chart inventiveness from coach Brad Larsen. For the team’s last game on Saturday, Yegor Chinakhov was moved to a line alongside fellow rookie Cole Sillinger and veteran Jakub Voracek, and the trio combined for two goals, with Chinakhov assisting on both. The Blue Jackets will be boosted by Arizona for a three-game week, and we’ll get another look at their line combinations without Laine on Friday and Saturday.

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Kirby Dach was a preseason fantasy favorite for the Chicago Blackhawks, as he was expected to develop into his offensive on a line with Patrick Kane and Alex DeBrincat. As the Blackhawks limped out of the start, he was afforded little of that chance. This season, the trio has only played 46 minutes of five-on-five together, with the bulk of it coming in the last two games since Derek King took over as interim coach. In the two games, Dach had times of 19:12 and 25:46. We may have needed a reset on his season, and here is it. This week, the Hawks face the Kraken, the Oilers, and the Canucks.

Notes from the players

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Colorado Avalanche, J.T. Compher, C, J.T. Compher, C, Colorado Avalanche, C, Colorado Avalanche If Compher’s position as the fourth forward on the Avalanche power play hasn’t already piqued your interest, now is the moment to do so. Because Nathan MacKinnon is out for a few weeks, Compher has been promoted to the top line with Gabriel Landeskog and Mikko Rantanen. Because the Avs only play twice this week, it’s not the ideal week to receive a bump from him, but it’s the perfect time to grab him before other fantasy managers discover his 2.4 FPPG.

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Ryan Ellis, Philadelphia Flyers defenseman: Ellis is on his way back to the Flyers’ blue line. Despite Keith Yandle’s dominance on the power play and Ivan Provorov’s constant sucking up of offensive air on the blue line, Ellis finds a way to score. He did it against a formidable Nashville Predators defense, and he did it in his first three games with the Flyers before being injured (2.7 FPPG).

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Minnesota Wild’s Frederick Gaudreau, C: Although the fantasy points aren’t gushing just yet, have your trigger finger ready for when the Wild’s top line heats up. For Mats Zuccarello and Kirill Kaprizov, Gaudreau has settled into the pivot position. Gaudreau has benefited from Joel Eriksson Ek’s spread down the attack to strengthen another line. Kaprizov’s hot run would undoubtedly rub off on Gaudreau.

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