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About Aayush Das - RotoBaller



Aayush Das - RotoBaller has written 70 articles so far, you can find them below.


Paul Stastny Continues To Find Chemistry In Winnipeg

The Winnipeg Jets acquired veteran forward Paul Stastny from the St. Louis Blues on Feb. 26 and since the move, Stastny has collected four points in three games. On even strength, Stastny plays with Patrick Laine and Nikolaj Ehlers, and the trio have made a quick connection. The line has seven goals 14 points since... Read More

2 years ago

Colton Parayko Better In Real Life Than Fantasy

St. Louis Blues defenseman Colton Parayko has a career high of 35 points, but he averages 21 minutes of time on the ice. This is mainly because he plays a good defensive game. Unfortunately, this does not always translate to fantasy relevance. Parayko is on pace for his best season with 37 points, but he... Read More

2 years ago

Mikko Rantanen Cashing In On Hot Linemates

Colorado Avalanche forward Mikko Rantanen keeps on producing alongside center Nathan MacKinnon. Rantanen is up to 21 goals and 42 assists and is on pace for a point-per-game season. In Friday's 7-1 thrashing of the Minnesota Wild, Rantanen supplied one goal and three assists, one of which came on the man advantage. The 21-year-old Finn... Read More

2 years ago

Mike Fisher's Big Return

Nashville Predators center Mike Fisher makes his awaited mid-season debut Friday against the Vancouver Canucks. Fisher signed a one-year, $1 million contract with Nashville on Monday which allows him to play for the Predators in the postseason. Fisher had 18 goals and 24 assists in 72 games last season, but the lineup in Nashville has changed... Read More

2 years ago

Kyle Turris Is A Fantasy Bust

The Nashville Predators acquired center Kyle Turris from the Ottawa Senators in a landmark three-team trade involving Matt Duchene, and the early returns have been promising. However, Turris has since been struggling with only three goals and four assists, and in his previous 18 outings, he only has 13 even-strength points on the season. Turris'... Read More

2 years ago


Kyle Connor Is Roster Material

Winnipeg Jets left wing Kyle Connor is reaping the rewards of playing on an elite line with Blake Wheeler and Mark Scheifele. Connor has netted five goals and nine points through his past 11 contests, making the rookie fifth on his team in scoring and third in goals. Although the recent addition of Paul Stastny... Read More

2 years ago

Matt Dumba On Path to Set Career Highs

Minnesota Wild defenseman Matt Dumba has been slotted on the first line, playing beside Ryan Suter, and has already surpassed his career-high point total with 35 points in 64 games. Additionally, Dumba has seen an increase in usage, playing on average three minutes more than last year while getting solid time on the second power... Read More

2 years ago

P.K. Subban In 10-Game Goal Drought

Nashville Predators defenseman P.K. Subban has been very streaky when it comes to goal scoring this year, having had multiple droughts that extended five games or more, but that is no reason to worry about the star. Subban is actually tied for his career best in goals (15) and boasts the best shooting percentage (9.4... Read More

2 years ago

Juuse Saros A Great Streaming option

Goalie Juuse Saros has been fantastic as a backup to the Nashville Predators, boasting a 2.39 goals-against average, .926 save percentage and four shutouts over 17 games. Despite winning only six games, the 22-year-old has put up very admirable performances, as five of his 11 losses went into overtime or a shootout. In Saros' last... Read More

2 years ago

Steve Mason Looking To Return Soon

Winnipeg Jets goalie Steve Mason (concussion) is coming off Injured Reserve but is heading right into the AHL for a conditioning stint with the Manitoba Moose. Mason sported a 3.52 goals-against average and .897 save percentage before he went down with his injury, so if you're looking for someone to even stream, save yourself the trouble.... Read More

2 years ago


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Where Does 2019 Rank Historically Among ADP Movers?

I have worked on a season-review series of articles in which I have analyzed the biggest winners and losers in terms of ADP entering draft season compared to the end of the year final results. It was plenty of fun looking back at the gambles most of us took which ultimately paid off, but also... Read More


Biggest Busts of 2019: Tight End

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Biggest Breakouts Of 2019: Wide Receivers

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Tight End ADP Winners and Losers: 2019 Season Review

I've always believed that it is easier to lose a fantasy championship than to win it on draft day. It makes sense, as sure-fire players are expected to reward their owners with a lower risk-factor than the other way around and thus they're always drafter earlier. If they put up a season-long dud, though, you'll... Read More


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Biggest Busts of 2019: Quarterback

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Quarterback ADP Winners and Losers: 2019 Season Review

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The 2019 fantasy football was filled with plenty of surprises across the board. Between guys like Devante Parker breaking out and David Johnson being a total dud, there was plenty of action that kept the fantasy season interesting. At the running back position, there were some very interesting young names that took off and broke... Read More


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