Every Monday, theScore offers a weekly fantasy hockey column detailing a handful of moves you should make. This week's edition focuses on Week 10. Ownership percentages and position eligibility are courtesy of Yahoo.
This sounds crazy, but if you own Marchand, it might be worth putting him on the trade block. This isn't to say you should trade him, but it's definitely worth listening to offers.
Marchand is fourth in the league with 44 points and is probably one of the top-ranked players in your league. However, he also boasts the third-highest shooting percentage (24.0%) in the NHL among players with at least 25 games played. His linemate, David Pastrnak, is scoring at a near goal-per-game pace, which has played a role in Marchand's 26 assists.
With his goal and assist totals likely to come down to earth a bit, it's safe to say Marchand's second half won't be as good as his first. Even though he's a lock for 100 points, it's possible you could get an elite player in line for a better second half, plus an additional piece or two, in a trade.
Team: Maple Leafs
It appears Rielly won't benefit from Toronto's coaching change - at least from a fantasy perspective.
With Sheldon Keefe behind the bench, the Leafs have rejigged their power play, and Rielly is now left off the top unit in favor of Tyson Barrie. Keefe has also shown a willingness to leave the No. 1 unit on the ice for the majority of the power play. This is a stark contrast to Mike Babcock, who frequently gave his second team close to 50% of the power play.
With points on the man advantage no longer a reliable source of production, Rielly is worth dangling on the trade market.
Jarry has started six of the Penguins' last seven games and has recorded back-to-back shutouts. He owns a sparkling .943 save percentage and a 1.81 goals-against average - both of which lead the league.
If you missed the Jarry sweepstakes, there's another lesser-owned goalie worth picking up.
Philipp Grubauer suffered an undisclosed injury Saturday night and was forced to leave the game. Although the severity of the ailment is not yet known, Francouz should be added immediately.
The backup netminder has drastically outplayed Grubauer this season:
*GSAA = goals saved above average
Even if Grubauer only misses a week or so, Francouz has an opportunity to work himself into a 50-50 timeshare, at the very least. The Avs are one of the best teams in the league, giving Francouz plenty of upside.
Team: Golden Knights
Tuch battled some injuries to begin the season. He missed nearly the entire month of October before making his season debut on Halloween. He skated in two games, then went back on injured reserve for nearly another two weeks.
In total, Tuch had just two points in his first 10 games, but has four goals and three assists in the five contests since.
Tuch's ceiling will always be capped by playing on the third line, especially considering it would likely take an injury for Vegas to break up its top six. However, the former first-rounder is still managing to produce and should be picked up if he's available.
Josh Wegman has been theScore's resident fantasy hockey expert since 2015. Find him on Twitter @JoshWegman_.