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The Hockey News Fantasy Podcast: the Elias Pettersson Problem

What should you do if you own the underachieving Canucks star? Who are the best second-half goalie sleepers? And more.
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This week on The Hockey News Fantasy Podcast, with senior writer Matt Larkin:

- Recommended pickups for shallow, medium and deep leagues

- Fantasy tip of the week: Take stock of your weaknesses

- Starting Lineup: Best sports movies of the 2000s

- Answering listener questions on topics such as:

(a) Should I trade Jonathan Huberdeau for Alex Ovechkin, Mikko Rantanen or David Pastrnak?

(b) How much does contract status matter when evaluating players for keeper leagues?

(c) What do you do if you're an Elias Pettersson owner?

(d) Which under-the-radar goalies have league-winning upside in the second half?

(e) Tuukka Rask's rest-of-season impact in Boston

(f) How to handle players on your roster involved in real-life trade rumors

And much more!

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