The Hockey News Fantasy Podcast: Should You Load Your Roster With Canucks Now?

Should you capitalize on Vancouver's busy remaining schedule and add Canucks for your playoff run? Is Adam Fox a better keeper than Quinn Hughes? How do you replace Nikolaj Ehlers' production? 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: study every goalie's schedule

- Starting Lineup: best discontinued products

- Taking listener questions on pool topics such as:

(a) Will Connor McDavid reach 100 points this season?
(b) How many teams are too many in a fantasy hockey pool?
(c) Better keeper: Quinn Hughes or Adam Fox?
(d) How do you replace Nikolaj Ehlers after his season-ending injury?
(e) Should you drop better players for Canucks since they have so many games left?
(f) How do you adjust your scoring system to make goalies more valuable?

And much more!

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