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The Hockey News Fantasy Podcast: This Year's League-Winning Pickup Is…

Which widely available waiver-wire adds could turn the tide of your season in Week 1? Which rookies are the most trustworthy fantasy bets in 2021-22? And more.
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This week on The Hockey News Fantasy Podcast, with senior writer Matt Larkin:

- Top waiver-wire pickups for shallow, medium and deep leagues

- Strategy tip of the week: be open-minded early on

- Starting Lineup: Best TV shows of the NHL off-season

- Taking listener questions on pool topics such as:

(a) Which goalies are better in fantasy: high-volume workhorses or great platoon goalies on great teams?

(b) Which surprise opening-night roster invitees are on the fantasy radar?

(c) Joel Eriksson Ek or Josh Norris?

(d) Which are the best rookies to roster in 2021-22?

(e) How do you make a Connor McDavid for Nathan MacKinnon trade fair?

(f) Which undervalued player will deliver the most fantasy value this season?

And much more!

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