Marc-Andre Fleury and Brent Burns Are Poor Fantasy Values in Week 16 (Next Week)

Jaroslav Halak
 BOS 30% Start

If you are in a league that allows for substitutions during the week Jaroslav Halak is a bad value the rest of the week. He has a market rank of #22 while his projection (rest of week 15) rank is #60. When compared to other goalies in week 16, Frederik Andersen (15.3 FP), Tuukka Rask (6.8 FP), Robin Lehner (18.2 FP), Sergei Bobrovsky (13.1 FP), and Jonathan Quick (12.7 FP) are all projected for fewer points than Halak but are starting in more leagues. Starting in 30% of leagues he is expected to produce 11 fantasy points (WK 16). It should be a very good week 16 as he is projected to be the #1 goalie. His per game projected FP average is 7.4 which is better than his actual per game average (3.7).

Taylor Hall
 NJ 23% Start

When compared to other left wings in week 16, Evander Kane (7.6 FP), Jeff Skinner (6.4 FP), Johnny Gaudreau (14.2 FP), Micheal Ferland (6.6 FP), and Artemi Panarin (11.3 FP) are all projected for fewer points than Hall but are starting in more leagues. Starting in 23% of leagues he is expected to produce 6.1 fantasy points (WK 16). It should be a very good week 16 as he is projected to be the #3 left wing. His per game projected FP average is 3.8 which is better than his actual per game average (2.5).

Torey Krug
 BOS 92% Start

If you are in a league that allows for substitutions during the week Torey Krug is a bad value the rest of the week. He has a market rank of #8 while his projection (rest of week 15) rank is #70. When compared to other defensemen in week 16, Mark Giordano (9.5 FP), Roman Josi (5.5 FP), Seth Jones (7.8 FP), Keith Yandle (6 FP), and Erik Karlsson (7.6 FP) are all projected for fewer points than Krug but are starting in more leagues. Starting in 92% of leagues he is expected to produce 7.3 fantasy points (WK 16). It should be a very good week 16 as he is projected to be the #1 defenseman. His per game projected FP average is 3.1 which is better than his actual per game average (2.8).

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Patrice Bergeron
 BOS 91% Start

If you are in a league that allows for substitutions during the week Patrice Bergeron is a bad value the rest of the week. He has a market rank of #14 while his projection (rest of week 15) rank is #45. When compared to other centers in week 16, Sean Monahan (12.2 FP), Tyler Seguin (8.9 FP), John Tavares (15.2 FP), Claude Giroux (9.3 FP), and Sidney Crosby (11.7 FP) are all projected for fewer points than Bergeron but are starting in more leagues. Starting in 91% of leagues he is expected to produce 11.2 fantasy points (WK 16). It should be a very good week 16 as he is projected to be the #2 center. His per game projected FP average is 4.6 which is better than his actual per game average (3.7).

Mikael Granlund
 MIN 77% Start

His market rank based on start percentage among right wings for the rest of week 15 is #18, which is better than his market rank of #20. When compared to other right wings in week 16, Elias Lindholm (10.9 FP), Patrick Kane (9.1 FP), Cam Atkinson (10.1 FP), Mikko Rantanen (10.8 FP), and Kyle Palmieri (11.4 FP) are all projected for fewer points than Granlund but are starting in more leagues. Starting in 77% of leagues he is expected to produce 9.1 fantasy points (WK 16). At his start percentage, he is expected to be the #16 right wing of week 16. He is projected to be better than that (the #4 right wing). His per game projected FP average is 3.1 which is better than his actual per game average (2.3).

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Bad Fantasy Values for Week 16

Marc-Andre Fleury
 LV 83% Start

If you are in a league that allows for substitutions during the week Marc-Andre Fleury is a bad value the rest of the week. He has a market rank of #2 while his projection (rest of week 15) rank is #21. When compared to other goalies in week 16 instead of Fleury consider these better options at lower start percentages: Frederik Andersen (15.3 FP), Robin Lehner (18.2 FP), Sergei Bobrovsky (13.1 FP), Semyon Varlamov (11.9 FP), and Antti Niemi (11.1 FP). Starting in 83% of leagues he is expected to produce 21.5 fantasy points (WK 16). Owners expect him to be the most productive goalie of the week, but he is projected to be the #30 goalie. In terms of total fantasy points he projected to come up 13.3 short of expectations. His per game projected FP average is 4.3 which is less than his actual per game average (5.4). In addition to a below average projected FP average, he also is expected to play just 2 games.

Brent Burns
 SJ 98% Start

If you are in a league that allows for substitutions during the week Brent Burns is a bad value the rest of the week. He has a market rank of #2 while his projection (rest of week 15) rank is #13. When compared to other defensemen in week 16 instead of Burns consider these better options at lower start percentages: Torey Krug (12.4 FP), Mark Giordano (9.5 FP), Jared Spurgeon (8 FP), Ryan Suter (8.6 FP), and Seth Jones (7.8 FP). Starting in 98% of leagues he is expected to produce 12.4 fantasy points (WK 16). Owners expect him to be the most productive defenseman of the week, but he is projected to be the #11 defenseman. In terms of total fantasy points he projected to come up 5.1 short of expectations. His per game projected FP average is 2.5 which is less than his actual per game average (4).

Mark Scheifele
 WPG 98% Start

His market rank based on start percentage among centers for the rest of week 15 is #1, which is better than his market rank of #6. When compared to other centers in week 16 these are 5 better options at lower start percentages: David Krejci (10.9 FP), Patrice Bergeron (18.1 FP), Ryan O'Reilly (10.8 FP), Eric Staal (11.2 FP), and Sean Monahan (12.2 FP). Starting in 98% of leagues he is expected to produce 18.1 fantasy points (WK 16). Owners expect him to be the most productive center of the week, but he is projected to be the #19 center. In terms of total fantasy points he projected to come up 7.7 short of expectations.

Blake Wheeler
 WPG 98% Start

His market rank based on start percentage among right wings for the rest of week 15 is #2, which is better than his market rank of #5. When compared to other right wings in week 16 these are 5 better options at lower start percentages: David Pastrnak (17.5 FP), Elias Lindholm (10.9 FP), Cam Atkinson (10.1 FP), Mikko Rantanen (10.8 FP), and Mikael Granlund (12.1 FP). Starting in 98% of leagues he is expected to produce 13.6 fantasy points (WK 16). Owners expect him to be the most productive right wing of the week, but he is projected to be the #14 right wing. In terms of total fantasy points he projected to come up 4 short of expectations.

Patrik Laine
 WPG 95% Start

His market rank based on start percentage among left wings for the rest of week 15 is #4, which is better than his market rank of #7. When compared to other left wings in week 16 instead of Laine consider these better options at lower start percentages: Evander Kane (7.6 FP), Gabriel Landeskog (9.1 FP), Jamie Benn (8.2 FP), Taylor Hall (15.1 FP), and Jonathan Huberdeau (7.7 FP). Starting in 95% of leagues he is expected to produce 13.9 fantasy points (WK 16). At his start percentage, he is expected to be the #5 left wing of the week, but he is projected to be the #20 left wing. In terms of total fantasy points he projected to come up 6.5 short of expectations.