Top waiver adds of the week, including Erik Gustafsson


Every week, we'll mine the waiver wire for widely available assets to help your fantasy hockey squad, whether you favor dynasty or the re-draft format, and we'll toss in some tips for DFS players out there. Then, we will look at some former go-to fantasy assets who might be overvalued -- in the short or long term -- for one reason or another, and provide a list of players we now deem droppable in standard fantasy leagues.
Zach Parise, LW, Minnesota Wild (rostered in 39.3 percent of ESPN leagues)
Feeling fresher and better than he has in a long time, Parise is finally rediscovering his scoring touch. Four goals on 22 shots in six games strikes stark contrast to the measly three collected in his previous 24 contests following a lengthy back surgery recovery period. Not the worst timing from the 33-year-old sniper though, with the Wild endeavoring to keep a grip on third place in the Central Division, ahead of what they hope stretches into a productive playoff run. He's worth grabbing if available.