This article is part of our NHL Waiver Wire series.
You ate too much. And you're likely regretting it. But this is the time of year to focus on all the things for which you are grateful.
Health and stability? Maybe. Family and friends? Definitely. Jacob Markstrom more than living up to his $28 auction value? You better believe it.
We know you're probably stuffed, but how about a nice waiver addition to top it off?
(Rostered rates/stats as of Nov. 26.)
Tim Stutzle, OTT (Yahoo: 31%): Stutzle is receiving more responsibility compared to his rookie season. The 2020 third overall selection hasn't fully capitalized on this increase, yet there are signs of promise. He's only tallied one goal from 32 shots, so that's bound to improve. Stutzle also lines up on Ottawa's top power play, produceing five points there. And he got the chance to center the second line Wednesday, which would hypothetically add faceoff wins to his fantasy repertoire. Stutzle might end up moving back to the wing, but that's irrelevant since he's uber-talented.
Clayton Keller, ARI (Yahoo: 14%): The point totals decreased each year since Keller's strong freshman showing, which is probably due to Arizona's overall quality of centers having trended in the same direction. Phil Kessel is still in the desert and the two present themselves as the Yotes' most dangerous duo. The club has generally found it