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The Coming Thing: Getting Excited About Ty Rattie

Andrew Fiorentino

Andrew Fiorentino

A degenerate fantasy player since the age of 13.

There were quite a few promotions this week that could affect fantasy rosters in the season's final days, so without too much ado, let's get into this hot action.

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Ty Rattie, RW, STL This one's particularly exciting for me as a Rattie owner in one of my dynasty leagues. A murderer of goalies in the WHL he scored a ridiculous 105 goals and 231 points over 131 games in his last two seasons with the Portland Winterhawks, and averaged nearly a goal a game in the playoffs Rattie's had a very good first professional season with AHL Chicago, delivering 29 goals and 17 helpers in 69 contests. A promising baseball prospect in high school, fantasy owners have to be happy that the Albertan winger chose hockey. His NHL debut Friday night is must-see TV, especially if he gets good minutes. He's slated to play on the second line Friday a very interesting placement for a Blues team that needs a boost.

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