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The Coming Thing: Looking Into A Rolling Stone

Andrew Fiorentino

Andrew Fiorentino

A degenerate fantasy player since the age of 13.

With the NHL season winding down, there are two reasons for a prospect to be promoted: Either the team wants a good look at him for next year, or someone's been injured. The fantasy sweet spot can be found at the intersection of the two reasons the availability of top-six (or top-four, for defensemen) slots combined with the desire to see just what they've got in the kid.

There's an intriguing crop of prospects getting chances this week; let's take a look at 'em.

Notable Promotions

Mark Stone, RW, OTT For a former sixth-round pick, Stone's moved rather quickly through the Ottawa organization though it surely helps to have two 100-point junior seasons under your belt. He made his NHL debut back in the 2011-12 playoffs, and though he still only has 13 NHL contests under his belt, Stone has been impressing. He was on a five-game point streak before being recalled from AHL Binghamton, pushing his season totals to 15 goals and 38 points. Those

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