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The model can help guide you as you look to stake yourself an unassailable lead in your Fantasy hockey leagues. In head-to-head matchups where there are wins and losses at stake in every category weekly, you'll need these Fantasy hockey rankings to help get maximum value out of your lineup.
Last week, the model's rankings nailed it by ranking Penguins wing Patric Hornqvist inside its top 15 at right wing. Hornqvist had previously been started in just 28 percent of CBS Sports Fantasy hockey leagues, but has already turned in three goals and an assist this week.
One player the model loves for Week 11 of the fantasy hockey season (Dec. 10-16): Wild center Eric Staal. The model also likes Jets rookie right wing Mason Appleton in Week 11.
The model is also calling for a surprising goalie owned in just 57 percent of Fantasy hockey leagues to finish as a top-10 goalie in hockey this week. This pick could be the difference between winning BIG and going home with nothing. You absolutely need to see it before you lock in your lineups.
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