This article is part of our NHL Waiver Wire series.There's no better feeling than kicking off the fantasy hockey season. The drafts are done and it's time to obsessively check your lineups for any recent injuries, line changes, or other updates. And you're also undoubtedly scouring the waiver wire so as not to miss out on any hot starter before others beat you to it.
While a few NHL clubs have barely seen any action – including four teams at one game apiece – most have showed enough to give us an idea what we can expect in terms of player combinations and trends. That's why it's important to pick up those who look like they're in favorable situations and discard the ones who may ultimately lose a sizable chunk of their value.
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