Every Monday, theScore will be rolling out a weekly fantasy hockey column: Five moves you need to make. Ownership percentages (as of Oct. 13) and position eligibility are courtesy of Yahoo.
Team: Maple Leafs
Ownership: 74 percent
The Maple Leafs' power play has been like clockwork this season, operating at a 47 percent conversion rate. Auston Matthews, John Tavares, Mitch Marner, and Morgan Rielly have been setting the world on fire, but the forgotten man on that five-man unit is Nazem Kadri.
Kadri hasn't posted robust numbers like some of his teammates and is facing a diminished even-strength role this season. That can be your selling point when trying to pry him away from his owner for a fraction of his actual worth.
Kadri had 12 goals with the man advantage each of the past two seasons, and while he isn't a primary puck-handler on Toronto's power play, he'll start scoring in no time. He's due after hitting at least two cross bars this season.
Ownership: 16 percent
The Sabres are one of three teams with four games scheduled for this week. On paper, the matchups on this west-coast road trip are tough. However, the Golden Knights are struggling, the Sharks haven't received good goaltending from Martin Jones, the Kings are currently without Jonathan Quick, and the Ducks are riddled with injuries.
For now, Sheary is only a temporary fix to your fantasy team. However, if he keeps putting up points, he may be worth hanging on to long term.
The Senators are a fantasy wasteland, but that was obvious heading into the season. They only have two games this week and are dealing with a glut of injuries. Now is the time to discard any Ottawa fantasy shares.
Matt Duchene and Craig Anderson can be dropped, and Brady Tkachuk can be let go in non-keeper leagues. Even though Thomas Chabot is off to a great start, he can be dropped in 10-team non-keeper leagues. Yet, it's worth exploring a trade for the young blue-liner in deeper leagues.
Mark Stone isn't worth dropping despite the cold start, but it might be best to try and trade him now before his value plummets any further.
Ownership: 15 percent
Palat, an annual 50-point producer, is playing alongside Tyler Johnson and Nikita Kucherov, so it's safe to say he could be in for a big week. However, his value in standard leagues is reliant on his first-line real estate.
Even if you got clobbered in your first matchup, don't make any rash decisions. Don't drop a mid-round pick just because he didn't score this week; trust the team you drafted. It's a long season.