It seems one of the biggest keys to fantasy hockey (aside from knowing your format, drafting well, being quick & smart on the waiver wire, etc etc etc), is to buy low and sell high.
Jonathan Quick - he's Jonathan Quick. This is one of the few times a guy like him could actually be available. Pay the price to get him if an owner is considering offers.
Jaroslav Halak - he has missed a few games to injury, and Allen is being given the chance to play right now. Halak is always an injury risk, but his GAA will be stellar and he will win games while healthy.
Mikka Kiprusoff - another guy that missed time and struggled. The Flames are getting their game going, and will climb all the way to just outside the playoff picture. Or Kipper will get dealt to a contender. He's old, but he has game.
Ryan Miller - maybe Miller's star is falling. I think he's capable of better still though, and that Buffalo will start playing better hockey in front of him. Maybe not this season though.
Cory Schneider - I still think the talent is there, and I feel like his value won't be this low again anytime soon. If his owner is thinking about moving him, you might be in luck.
Ben Bishop - If you're not in a keeper, move him. If you are in a keeper, you might still want to move him too. His value won't be this high again for quite awhile. Anderson will be back soon, and Lehner is showing his stuff.
Jake Allen - There's bound to be a GM out there who thinks he's going to be what Elliott was last year. I have my doubts.
Ray Emery - Call it a hunch. Is it possible for his value to be higher than this? Do you think he can stay at this level for the rest of the year? I'm not so sure.
James Reimer - I don't think he's in Toronto's long term plans. He's playing great right now.
Agree? Disagree? Who else do you think belongs on either of these lists?