Every Monday, theScore offers a weekly fantasy hockey column detailing a handful of moves you should make. This week's edition focuses on Round 2 of the fantasy hockey playoffs. Ownership percentages (as of March 10) and position eligibility are courtesy of Yahoo.
Ownership: 16 percent
Quality defensemen are hard to come by this time of year, but Sanheim is still available in the majority of leagues. The former first-round pick has come into his own down the stretch, picking up 12 points in his last 12 games while averaging over 21 minutes per night - over two minutes more than his season average.
The Flyers play four games this week with only one contest on a busy game night, so you shouldn't run into any issues getting Sanheim into your starting lineup.
Ownership: 5 percent
The Panthers only play three games this week but there's a good chance Montembeault will be in goal for at least two of them. The 22-year-old rookie netminder has started each of Florida's last two games, stopping a combined 44 of 47 shots en route to two victories. The Panthers already have an eye toward next season and will likely want to see what they have in "Monty."
Montembeault is vastly unproven, but if you need help between the pipes in a deeper league, he's your guy.
Ownership: 8 percent
The Ducks may be a complete and utter disaster, but there's still some fantasy value to be extracted from their roster. Terry has been a bright spot, picking up seven points in his last four games. The former U.S. Olympian has plenty of skill and has been seeing time on the Ducks' top power-play unit.
More importantly, the Ducks have four games over the next seven days but don't play on Saturday - the busiest night of the week.
Ownership: 23 percent
Donato is getting a chance to flourish with the Wild - something he wasn't afforded with the Boston Bruins. He has nine points in as many games since being traded to Minnesota and is currently skating on the club's top line alongside Eric Staal and Jason Zucker.
Donato's positional versatility and the fact the Wild have four games this week should help maximize his fantasy value for Round 2 of the playoffs.
The Los Angeles Kings and Vegas Golden Knights each have a league-low two games this week. In standard-sized re-draft leagues, anyone not named Mark Stone, Jonathan Marchessault, or Marc-Andre Fleury can be dropped for players with four games. In deeper re-draft leagues, Anze Kopitar and Drew Doughty are worth hanging on to as well.