This article is part of our NHL Waiver Wire series.
The outbreak of Deadline Day fever has officially been contained and cured. The whirlwind weekend that led into Monday's conclusion proved to be exciting, but fantasy owners should have already returned to focus on their own leagues.
With that in mind, we're switching our recommendations this week to those who recently changed cities. Here are some of the more prominent players involved to target/avoid for the remainder of the regular season.
(Stats as of Feb. 28)
Charlie Coyle, F, BOS
Even though Coyle's been installed as the third center on even strength, he debuted on the Bruins' top power play. After being used on the wing in Minnesota, the 6'3" power forward returns to his natural position down the middle. Even if Coyle remains in the lower half of the depth chart, he'll still earn enough chances to improve on his scoring totals with all of Boston's firepower.
Kevin Fiala, F, MIN
Fiala has displayed plenty of skill since his NHL introduction in 2015, but inconsistency – including four points in his final 16 Nashville games – proved to be his ticket out of town. The 22-year old joins a youthful Wild squad and started on the second unit for both five-on-five and man-advantage. The placement won't guarantee future success, but at least it's a fresh start on an exciting lineup.
Kevin Hayes, F, WPG