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Every season, a handful of players stand out as potential all or nothing fantasy players going forward. Lately, a few of those players have made themselves known for good and for bad. As a fan, I find it refreshing to see those that flamed out after their breakout season becomes relevant again.
I may be a sucker for a good story, but a good story is not always a fantasy worthy one. You will find a few of those Jekyll and Hyde’s below.
Joffrey Lupul, Right Wing, Toronto Maple Leafs: Lupul is a classic example of talent taking time to show. He had one fantasy-relevant season prior to his 67 points in 66 games in 2011-12. His return from injury will only spark a Leafs team playing at an exceptional level. His two goals in Saturday’s shootout loss to Winnipeg is a sign that last season could be the norm going forward. Lupul is available in roughly 50% of leagues across the board.
Lee Stempniak, Right Wing, Calgary Flames: Stempniak turned heads br...