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The season is coming to a close. Standings are tight. Head-to-head playoffs are underway. You're still in the hunt.
There's no time to waste.
You're wringing every ounce of production out of your fantasy roster. You're stressing about lineup moves. Who to play. Who to sit. Who to add or drop.
I won't waste time going on too long. I will say that you know what you're doing, so don't doubt your approach. You got this far. Soldier on with confidence.
Any change you make needs to be strategic. There's no point adding the hottest playmaker from the wire if you need some penalty minutes. Or goals.
I've divided this list into categories. It's hard to move on big cumulative categories like GAA or save percentage. But you might move the needle on wins. Or score a lucky shutout.
I'm close in several categories in the Friends and Family league. They're all attainable before season's end. Hey – I've climbed all the way to seventh in the last three weeks by focusing my attention like this. And I can even take points away from the top three teams in the next few weeks.
Like I've said for weeks, I won't make their wins easy.
Let's take a look at who caught my eye this week.
Casey DeSmith, G, Pittsburgh (22 percent Yahoo! owned) – DeSmith rung up a 26-save shutout on Thursday night. Sure, it was over the Sabres. But with the Pens in a back-to-back this