2018-2019 Fantasy Sports Rankings, Projections & News

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Fantasy sleepers for 2019 Stanley Cup Playoffs

NHL.com recognizes sleeper candidates for the Stanley Cup Playoffs who can round out your playoff pool lineup or provide value in FanDuel DFS contests. For more dream hockey protection, check outNHL.com/ Fantasy

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Stanley Cup Playoffs dream picks|Forecasted lineups, starting goalies

EASTERN CONFERENCE

Columbus Blue Jackets: Alexandre Texier, F–The Blue Jackets rookie forward had three points (two objectives, one help) and seven shots on goal in 13: 28 per game during their first round sweep against the Tampa Bay Lightning. He skated mainly on the third line with forwardsNick FolignoandBoone Jennerand saw time on the 2nd power-play system with forwardsPierre-Luc Dubois,Oliver BjorkstrandJosh Andersonand elite defensemanSeth Jones

Video: TBL@CBJ, Gm4: Texier snipes early power-play objective

Boston Bruins:Jaroslav Halak, G–The Bruins goalie did not play in their very first round series against the Toronto Maple Leafs however might have an opportunity in the 2nd round if starterTuukka Raskfalters. Halak is experienced in the Stanley Cup Playoffs, going 13-15 with a.924 conserve portion in 30 looks and could make an impact versus the Columbus Blue Jackets if called upon. Halak’s regular season SV%(.922) was much better than Rask’s (.912).

Carolina Hurricanes:Justin Faulk, D–The Hurricanes defenseman had 3 assists in seven video games versus the Washington Capitals in the first round. He skated 26: 11 per game (second among Hurricanes skaters) on the leading pair, bringing exposure to forwardsSebastian AhoandTeuvo TeravainenFaulk might see extra offensive production in the 2nd round versus the New york city Islanders if forwardsAndrei SvechnikovandMicheal Ferlandreturn from injury.

New York Islanders:Tom Kuhnhackl, F–The Islanders forward had 2 assists and 7 SOG in 13: 45 per game throughout their sweep of the Pittsburgh Penguins in the first round. Kuhnhackl skated on the 2nd line with forwardsJosh BaileyandBrock Nelson, who have combined for seven points in 4 playoff games. Kuhnhackl, who had two objectives prohibited in Game 1, has not been known for his offensive production however might continue to contribute if the lineup placement sticks.

WESTERN CONFERENCE

Colorado Avalanche:Colin Wilson, F–The Avalanche forward had four points (two goals, two helps), one on the power play and 13 SOG in 16: 41 per game against the Calgary Flames. Wilson skated on the second line with elite forwardMikko RantanenandCarl Soderbergand leading power play with Rantanen,Nathan MacKinnon,Gabriel Landeskogand defensemanTyson Barriein the preliminary. If the Avalanche continue to keep Rantanen on the second line, Wilson has sly upside versus the San Jose Sharks in the 2nd round. Wilson has actually produced prior to in the playoffs, scoring 13 points (5 goals, 8 assists) in 14 games for the Nashville Predators in 2016.

Dallas Stars:Jason Dickinson, F–Destiny forward had two goals and 11 SOG in 14: 54 per game against the Predators in the preliminary. Dickinson has been skating on an underrated 2nd line with forwardsMats ZuccarelloandRoope Hintz, who combined for 6 points in the preliminary. While Dickinson has actually not skated on either power-play system, the Stars will likely continue to rely on the second line to take pressure off the loaded leading line of elite forwardsJamie Benn,Alexander RadulovandTyler Seguin

St. Louis Blues:Oskar Sundqvist, F–The Blues forward had four points (two objectives, 2 assists) and 12 SOG in 16: 35 per game versus the Winnipeg Jets in the first round. He skated mainly on the second line with forwardsBrayden SchennandJaden Schwartz, who had four objectives and 15 SOG in six games versus the Jets. Sundqvist did not skate on either power play versus the Jets however could see time on the second unit if he continues to produce.

Video: STL@WPG, Gm2: Sundqvist buries 2nd objective five-hole

San Jose Sharks:Joonas Donskoi, F–The Sharks forward remains in a 37- video game goal drought however brings renewed upside in their 2nd round series versus the Avalanche. He had 2 SOG in 14: 49 per game against the Vegas Golden Knights in the very first round however missed out on 4 games since of healthy scratches and an injury sustained in Video game 6. If healthy, Donskoi could secure a lineup spot with forwardJoe Pavelski(upper body) unsure to begin their series versus the Avalanche and had 4 points (2 goals, two assists) in nine video games last postseason. Donskoi had an NHL career-high 37 points (14 goals, 23 helps) during the regular season.

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Fantasy X-factors for 2019 Stanley Cup Playoffs

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Stanley Cup Playoffs picks|Forecasted lineups, starting goalies

Columbus Blue Jackets:Pierre-Luc Dubois, F— The Blue Jackets center will have a huge assignment in the 2nd round versus the Boston Bruins; elite centersPatrice BergeronandDavid Krejcieach surpassed 70 points in the regular season. Dubois, who plays on the leading line with elite left wingArtemi Panarin, had 3 points (one goal, two helps) in Columbus’ sweep of the Tampa Bay Lightning in the very first round however struggled late in the routine season (seven points in last 19 video games). Dubois will likely require to produce better than a point per video game in the 2nd round to balance out Boston’s center depth.

Boston Bruins:Marcus Johansson, F— The Bruins wing missed 2 video games in the series versus the Toronto Maple Leafs due to the fact that of an illness and did not score a point in his very first four video games playing primarily on the 3rd line. But Johansson’s game-winning goal in Video game 7 could spark a gamer that was producing on the top line and first power play for the New Jersey Devils prior to being obtained by Boston on Feb. 25 and missing out on time because of a lung contusion down the stretch. Boston’s secondary scoring stepped up with them trailing 3-2 in the series and will need to contribute versus the Columbus Blue Jackets, whose three strong lines overwhelmed the Lightning.

Carolina Hurricanes:Andrei Svechnikov, F— The rookie forward had 2 objectives versus the Washington Capitals in Video Game 1 and a power-play help in Video game 2 prior to sustaining a concussion throughout a battle in Video game 3. The Hurricanes rallied around Svechnikov’s injury to distress the defending champs in 7 video games and could have an even greater ceiling if/when he returns to the top-six forward group versus the New york city Islanders in the second round. Svechnikov scored 20 objectives in the regular season regardless of playing frequently on the third line.

New York Islanders:Devon Toews, D— The novice led Islanders defensemen in assists (2, T-1st), power-play points (2), SOG (10) and power-play ice time (3: 03 per video game) in their sweep of the Pittsburgh Penguins in the preliminary. Toews, who has played 18: 29 per video game in the playoffs and saw usage on the first power play with playoff standoutsJordan Eberle,Brock NelsonandJosh Bailey, could take on a bigger even-strength function in the second round against the Carolina Hurricanes with veteranJohnny Boychuk(leg) out 3-4 weeks.

Dallas Stars:Mats Zuccarello, F— The Stars’ secondary scoring deals with the obstacle of accumulating to the St. Louis Blues in the second round, and Zuccarello is an X-factor anchoring a line with forwardsRoope HintzandJason Dickinsonand likewise using the first power play with Hintz, elite skatersTyler Seguin,Alexander Radulov,Jamie BennandJohn KlingbergZuccarello had 3 objectives but no helps, and Dallas’ power play went 4-for-22 in six games against the Nashville Predators in the preliminary. Zuccarello ended up the regular season with 18 assists in the final 20 games and can help destiny reach their potential as a distributor.

St. Louis Blues:Brayden Schenn, F— He was moved from left wing to center late in the very first round against the Winnipeg Jets and had 3 points (one goal, two assists) and 7 SOG over the final 2 games of the series after no points and 3 SOG in the prior 4 video games. If Schenn remains on a separate line from important forwardsVladimir TarasenkoandRyan O’Reilly, he’ll be relied on to sustain his strong have fun with left wingJaden Schwartz, the Blues’ preliminary X-factor who provided with four straight objectives in the final 2 games of the series.

Colorado Avalanche: Cale Makar, D— The Avalanche novice joined them during the preliminary versus the Calgary Flames and made an instant effect with two points (one objective, one assist), a plus-4 and six blocked shots in three games. Makar, who played 17: 57 per video game, 1: 49 on the power play, will be relied upon to generate more offense over a full series against the San Jose Sharks, particularly ifSamuel Girard‘s shoulder injury lingers.

San Jose Sharks:Martin Jones, G— The Sharks goalie was critical in their comeback from down 3-1 in the preliminary series against the Vegas Golden Knights, stopping 122 of 129 shots faced (.946 conserve portion) over three straight wins dealing with removal. It deserves noting the resurgence of Jones and San Jose coincided with the return of defensemanMarc-Edouard Vlasicfrom injury in Video game 5. Even with 3 strong forward lines and elite scoring defensemen inBrent BurnsandErik Karlsson, San Jose’s roadway to the Stanley Cup depends upon Jones, who had a hard time in the routine season (.896 SV%) and requires to be more consistent than he remained in the very first round (.904) versus the elite duo ofNathan MacKinnonandMikko Rantanen

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Stanley Cup Playoffs fantasy picks


NHL.com identifies daily fantasy hockey picks throughout the 2019 Stanley Cup Playoffs. Follow this page prior to and after video games for news, lineup patterns and injury ramifications for FanDuel DFS contests. For more fantasy coverage, check outNHL.com/ Dream

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CENTERS

Auston Matthews, TOR–The Toronto Maple Leafs center deserves spending up for against the Boston Bruins in Video Game 5 of the preliminary with 4 points (3 goals, one assist) and 11 shots on goal in his previous 2 video games. He’s skating on the 2nd line with wingsAndreas JohnssonandKasperi Kapanenat even strength and the leading power play withJohn Tavares,Mitchell Marnerand defensemanMorgan Rielly

Charlie Coyle, BOS–The Bruins center has three points (2 objectives, one assist) in the past three games skating on the 3rd line with mostly forwardsDanton HeinenandDavid BackesCoyle played 18: 57 in Game 4 and has multiple SOG in 3 of the four games this series (total of nine SOG). Coyle is worth rostering as a worth play in FanDuel DFS contests versus the Maple Leafs, who will be without third line centerNazem Kadrifor the rest of the preliminary.

WING

Mikko Rantanen, COL–The Colorado Avalanche right wing has three straight multipoint video games skating on the 2nd line at even strength and top power play with forwardsNathan MacKinnon,Gabriel Landeskog,Colin Wilsonand defensemanTyson BarrieRantanen leads Colorado with 6 points (3 goals, three helps) in 4 video games and has 16 SOG over the span.

DEFENSEMAN

Charlie McAvoy, BOS–The Bruins defenseman scored a goal and had a help in their 6-4 win versus the Maple Leafs in Game 4. McAvoy leads Boston skaters in ice time with 24: 17 per video game and brings important even-strength direct exposure to forwardsBrad Marchand,Patrice BergeronandDavid Pastrnak

GOALIE

Philipp Grubauer, COL–The Avalanche goalie has won three straight video games with a.942 conserve portion over the span and could get rid of the Flames in Game 5. The Avalanche have held elite left wingJohnny Gaudreauto one assist in four video games this series, which will be crucial to advancing to the 2nd round. Grubauer is 1-1 with a.926 SV%in 2 roadway video games this series.

INJURY NOTE

Avalanche defensemanSamuel Girardcould go back to the lineup in Video game 5 after missing the past 2 games with an upper-body injury.

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Fantasy rankings for 2019 Stanley Cup Playoffs


NHL.com has actually upgraded fantasy gamer rankings for standard Stanley Cup Playoff swimming pools counting points (goals, helps) for skaters and wins and shutouts for goalies. For more dream hockey protection, go toNHL.com/ Dream

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NOTES: These rankings take into consideration past routine season and playoff production, matches, possibility of a deep postseason run, lineup placement, power-play usage and goalie scenario. Whether you are able to make roster changes or are locked into your roster, utilize this list to keep an eye on modifications in worth and as a basis for your decision-making. Contract status notes have actually been consisted of (potential unlimited free agent: *; restricted: **). …DTDindicates gamer with day-to-day injury. These rankings are a collective effort by Pete Jensen and Rob Reese.

DREAM FORWARD RANKINGS FOR PLAYOFFS

1.Nikita Kucherov, RW, TBL
2.Alex Ovechkin, LW, WSH
3.Brad Marchand, LW, BOS
4.David Pastrnak, RW, BOS
5.Patrice Bergeron, C, BOS
6.Steven Stamkos, C/RW, TBL
7.Sidney Crosby, C, PIT
8.Johnny Gaudreau, LW, CGY
9.Brayden Point, C, TBL **
10Evgeni Malkin, C, PIT
11Evgeny Kuznetsov, C, WSH
12Sean Monahan, C, CGY
13Mitchell Marner, C/RW, TOR **
14Nathan MacKinnon, C, COL
15Auston Matthews, C, TOR
16Mikko Rantanen, RW, COL ** (DTD)
17Tyler Seguin, C, DAL
18Jake Guentzel, C/LW/RW, PIT
19John Tavares, C, TOR
20Blake Wheeler, C/RW, WPG
21Mark Scheifele, C, WPG
23Matthew Tkachuk, LW, CGY **
24Filip Forsberg, LW, NSH
25Vladimir Tarasenko, RW, STL
26Patrik Laine, LW/RW, WPG **
27Alexander Radulov, RW, DAL
28Nicklas Backstrom, C, WSH
29Phil Kessel, RW, PIT
30Jonathan Marchessault, C/LW, VGK
31Artemi Panarin, LW, CBJ *
32Sebastian Aho, C/LW/RW, AUTOMOBILE **
33Gabriel Landeskog, LW, COL
34Joe Pavelski, C/RW, SJS *
35Mark Stone, RW, VGK
36Elias Lindholm, C/RW, CGY
37Tomas Hertl, C/LW/RW, SJS
38Jamie Benn, C/LW, DAL
39Viktor Arvidsson, LW/RW, NSH
40Tom Wilson, RW, WSH
41Ryan O’Reilly, C, STL
42Logan Couture, C/LW, SJS
43T.J. Oshie, RW, WSH
44Reilly Smith, LW/RW, VGK
45William Karlsson, C/LW, VGK **
46Brayden Schenn, C/LW, STL
47Mathew Barzal, C, NYI
48Timo Meier, LW/RW, SJS ** (DTD)
49Teuvo Teravainen, LW/RW, AUTOMOBILE
50Max Pacioretty, LW, VGK
51Ryan Johansen, C, NSH
52Paul Stastny, C, VGK
53Evander Kane, LW, SJS
54Kyle Connor, LW, WPG **
55Camera Atkinson, RW, CBJ
56Patric Hornqvist, RW, PIT
57David Krejci, C, BOS
58Jake DeBrusk, LW/RW, BOS
59Matt Duchene, C, CBJ *
60Nino Niederreiter, LW/RW, Cars And Truck
61Anders Lee, LW, NYI *
62William Nylander, C/RW, TOR
63Mikael Granlund, C/LW/RW, NSH
64Nikolaj Ehlers, LW/RW, WPG
65Pierre-Luc Dubois, C/LW, CBJ
66Andrei Svechnikov, LW/RW, AUTOMOBILE
67Mats Zuccarello, RW, DAL *
68David Perron, LW/RW, STL
69Justin Williams, RW, VEHICLE *
70Tyler Johnson, C/LW/RW, TBL
71Yanni Gourde, C/LW/RW, TBL
72Jakub Vrana, LW/RW, WSH **
73Joe Thornton, C, SJS *
74Kevin Hayes, C, WPG *
75Gustav Nyquist, LW/RW, SJS *

FANTASY DEFENSEMAN RANKINGS FOR PLAYOFFS

1.Victor Hedman, TBL (DTD)
2.Mark Giordano, CGY
3.Brent Burns, SJS
4.Torey Krug, BOS
5.John Carlson, WSH
6.Erik Karlsson, SJS *
7.Kris Letang, PIT
8.Alex Pietrangelo, STL
9.Morgan Rielly, TOR
10Tyson Barrie, COL
11Dustin Byfuglien, WPG
12John Klingberg, DAL
13Roman Josi, NSH
14Charlie McAvoy, BOS **
15P.K. Subban, NSH
16Seth Jones, CBJ
17Dougie Hamilton, Cars And Truck
18Shea Theodore, VGK
19Mikhail Sergachev, TBL
20Ryan McDonagh, TBL
21Ryan Pulock, NYI
23Miro Heiskanen, DAL
24Jake Muzzin, TOR
25Mattias Ekholm, NSH
26Justin Schultz, PIT
27Vince Dunn, STL
28Josh Morrissey, WPG (DTD)
29Ryan Ellis, NSH
30Colton Parayko, STL
31Nate Schmidt, VGK
32Esa Lindell, DAL **
33Justin Faulk, VEHICLE
34Zach Werenski, CBJ **
35Noah Hanifin, CGY
36TJ Brodie, CGY
37Jake Gardiner, TOR *
38Samuel Girard, COL
39 Cale Makar, COL
40Erik Johnson, COL

FANTASY GOALIE RANKINGS FOR PLAYOFFS

1.Andrei Vasilevskiy, TBL
2.Marc-Andre Fleury, VGK
3.Tuukka Rask, BOS
4.Ben Bishop, DAL
5.Matt Murray, PIT
6.Braden Holtby, WSH
7.Jordan Binnington, STL **
8.Connor Hellebuyck, WPG
9.Pekka Rinne, NSH
10Frederik Andersen, TOR
11David Rittich, CGY **
12Martin Jones, SJS
13Sergei Bobrovsky, CBJ *
14Petr Mrazek, Cars And Truck *
15Philipp Grubauer, COL
16Robin Lehner, NYI *
17Thomas Greiss, NYI
18Jake Allen, STL
19Jaroslav Halak, BOS
20Mike Smith, CGY *

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NHL.com has upgraded fantasy player rankings for basic Stanley Cup Playoff swimming pools counting points (goals, helps) for skaters and wins and nothings for goalies. For more fantasy hockey coverage, visitNHL.com/ Fantasy

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NOTES: These rankings take into account previous regular season and playoff production, matchups, probability of a deep postseason run, lineup positioning, power-play use and goalie circumstance. Whether you are able to make lineup changes or are locked into your roster, utilize this list to keep track of modifications in value and as a basis for your decision-making. Contract status notes have been included (potential unrestricted totally free agent: *; limited: **). …DTDsuggests player with everyday injury. These rankings are a collaborative effort by Pete Jensen and Rob Reese.

FANTASY FORWARD RANKINGS FOR PLAYOFFS

1.Nikita Kucherov, RW, TBL
2.Alex Ovechkin, LW, WSH
3.Brad Marchand, LW, BOS
4.David Pastrnak, RW, BOS
5.Patrice Bergeron, C, BOS
6.Steven Stamkos, C/RW, TBL
7.Sidney Crosby, C, PIT
8.Johnny Gaudreau, LW, CGY
9.Brayden Point, C, TBL **
10Evgeni Malkin, C, PIT
11Evgeny Kuznetsov, C, WSH
12Sean Monahan, C, CGY
13Mitchell Marner, C/RW, TOR **
14Nathan MacKinnon, C, COL
15Auston Matthews, C, TOR
16Mikko Rantanen, RW, COL ** (DTD)
17Tyler Seguin, C, DAL
18Jake Guentzel, C/LW/RW, PIT
19John Tavares, C, TOR
20Blake Wheeler, C/RW, WPG
21Mark Scheifele, C, WPG
23Matthew Tkachuk, LW, CGY **
24Filip Forsberg, LW, NSH
25Vladimir Tarasenko, RW, STL
26Patrik Laine, LW/RW, WPG **
27Alexander Radulov, RW, DAL
28Nicklas Backstrom, C, WSH
29Phil Kessel, RW, PIT
30Jonathan Marchessault, C/LW, VGK
31Artemi Panarin, LW, CBJ *
32Sebastian Aho, C/LW/RW, Cars And Truck **
33Gabriel Landeskog, LW, COL
34Joe Pavelski, C/RW, SJS *
35Mark Stone, RW, VGK
36Elias Lindholm, C/RW, CGY
37Tomas Hertl, C/LW/RW, SJS
38Jamie Benn, C/LW, DAL
39Viktor Arvidsson, LW/RW, NSH
40Tom Wilson, RW, WSH
41Ryan O’Reilly, C, STL
42Logan Couture, C/LW, SJS
43T.J. Oshie, RW, WSH
44Reilly Smith, LW/RW, VGK
45William Karlsson, C/LW, VGK **
46Brayden Schenn, C/LW, STL
47Mathew Barzal, C, NYI
48Timo Meier, LW/RW, SJS ** (DTD)
49Teuvo Teravainen, LW/RW, Cars And Truck
50Max Pacioretty, LW, VGK
51Ryan Johansen, C, NSH
52Paul Stastny, C, VGK
53Evander Kane, LW, SJS
54Kyle Connor, LW, WPG **
55Webcam Atkinson, RW, CBJ
56Patric Hornqvist, RW, PIT
57David Krejci, C, BOS
58Jake DeBrusk, LW/RW, BOS
59Matt Duchene, C, CBJ *
60Nino Niederreiter, LW/RW, VEHICLE
61Anders Lee, LW, NYI *
62William Nylander, C/RW, TOR
63Mikael Granlund, C/LW/RW, NSH
64Nikolaj Ehlers, LW/RW, WPG
65Pierre-Luc Dubois, C/LW, CBJ
66Andrei Svechnikov, LW/RW, Cars And Truck
67Mats Zuccarello, RW, DAL *
68David Perron, LW/RW, STL
69Justin Williams, RW, AUTOMOBILE *
70Tyler Johnson, C/LW/RW, TBL
71Yanni Gourde, C/LW/RW, TBL
72Jakub Vrana, LW/RW, WSH **
73Joe Thornton, C, SJS *
74Kevin Hayes, C, WPG *
75Gustav Nyquist, LW/RW, SJS *

FANTASY DEFENSEMAN RANKINGS FOR PLAYOFFS

1.Victor Hedman, TBL (DTD)
2.Mark Giordano, CGY
3.Brent Burns, SJS
4.Torey Krug, BOS
5.John Carlson, WSH
6.Erik Karlsson, SJS *
7.Kris Letang, PIT
8.Alex Pietrangelo, STL
9.Morgan Rielly, TOR
10Tyson Barrie, COL
11Dustin Byfuglien, WPG
12John Klingberg, DAL
13Roman Josi, NSH
14Charlie McAvoy, BOS **
15P.K. Subban, NSH
16Seth Jones, CBJ
17Dougie Hamilton, AUTOMOBILE
18Shea Theodore, VGK
19Mikhail Sergachev, TBL
20Ryan McDonagh, TBL
21Ryan Pulock, NYI
23Miro Heiskanen, DAL
24Jake Muzzin, TOR
25Mattias Ekholm, NSH
26Justin Schultz, PIT
27Vince Dunn, STL
28Josh Morrissey, WPG (DTD)
29Ryan Ellis, NSH
30Colton Parayko, STL
31Nate Schmidt, VGK
32Esa Lindell, DAL **
33Justin Faulk, VEHICLE
34Zach Werenski, CBJ **
35Noah Hanifin, CGY
36TJ Brodie, CGY
37Jake Gardiner, TOR *
38Samuel Girard, COL
39 Cale Makar, COL
40Erik Johnson, COL

DREAM GOALIE RANKINGS FOR PLAYOFFS

1.Andrei Vasilevskiy, TBL
2.Marc-Andre Fleury, VGK
3.Tuukka Rask, BOS
4.Ben Bishop, DAL
5.Matt Murray, PIT
6.Braden Holtby, WSH
7.Jordan Binnington, STL **
8.Connor Hellebuyck, WPG
9.Pekka Rinne, NSH
10Frederik Andersen, TOR
11David Rittich, CGY **
12Martin Jones, SJS
13Sergei Bobrovsky, CBJ *
14Petr Mrazek, Cars And Truck *
15Philipp Grubauer, COL
16Robin Lehner, NYI *
17Thomas Greiss, NYI
18Jake Allen, STL
19Jaroslav Halak, BOS
20Mike Smith, CGY *

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Fantasy hockey awards for 2018-19 season


NHL.com fantasy editors Pete Jensen and Rob Reese identify the most valuable dream players for each position and biggest surprises and dissatisfactions at the end of the 2018-19 season (selections made April 3, 2019). For more dream coverage, visitNHL.com/ Dream

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Total MVP
Jensen’s pick:Nikita Kucherov, TBL
Reese’s choice:Nathan MacKinnon, COL

Center MVP
Consensus choice: Nathan MacKinnon, COL

Video: EDM@COL: MacKinnon pots 40 th goal, gets 400 th point

Greatest center surprise
Jensen’s choice:Mika Zibanejad, NYR
Reese’s choice:David Krejci, BOS

Left wing MVP
Jensen’s choice:Alex Ovechkin, WSH
Reese’s pick:Brad Marchand, BOS

Greatest LW surprise
Jensen’s pick:Gabriel Landeskog, COL
Reese’s choice:Max Domi, MTL

Right wing MVP
Jensen’s choice: Nikita Kucherov, TBL
Reese’s pick:Patrick Kane, CHI

Video: BOS@TBL: Kucherov snipes top corner to connect video game

Most significant RW surprise
Jensen’s pick:Josh Anderson, CBJ
Reese’s choice:Elias Lindholm, CGY

Defenseman MVP
Jensen’s choice:Brent Burns, SJS
Reese’s choice:Mark Giordano, CGY

Biggest D-man surprise
Consensus choice:Erik Gustafsson, CHI

Goalie MVP
Jensen’s pick:Andrei Vasilevskiy, TBL
Reese’s pick:Ben Bishop, DAL

Video: DAL@BUF: Bishop turns in third consecutive nothing

Biggest goalie surprise
Jensen’s picks:Robin LehnerandThomas Greiss, NYI
Reese’s pick:Jordan Binnington, STL

Biggest dream dissatisfaction (forward):
Jensen’s pick:Patrik Laine, WPG
Reese’s pick:Anze Kopitar, LAK

Greatest fantasy dissatisfaction (defenseman):
Agreement pick:Shayne Gostisbehere, PHI

Biggest fantasy dissatisfaction (goalie):
Jensen’s choice:Jonathan Quick, LAK
Reese’s choice:Martin Jones, SJS

Leading novice
Agreement choice:Elias Pettersson, VAN

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NHL fantasy hockey team power rankings for 2019-20


NHL.com has actually updated the fantasy team power rankings based upon the most recenttop 250 listFactors taken into account consist of positional depth, power play, lineup and injury patterns, overall benefit and group security for standard leagues next season. Dream owners ought to use these rankings as a basis for team examination and keeper choices. For more dream protection, check outNHL.com/ Dream

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Detroit Red Wings:The top line of forwardsDylan Larkin,Anthony ManthaandTyler Bertuzzihas actually integrated for 35 points (15 goals, 20 helps) over the past 6 video games getting in Saturday. Rookie forwardTaro Hirosehas actually made an instant effect with seven points (one goal, six assists) in 9 video games mainly skating on the 2nd line with forwardAndreas Athanasiou, who has 9 points (four objectives, 5 helps) over the exact same period.

Veteran defensemanMike Greenmissed substantial time this season however was fantasy-relevant with 26 points (five goals, 21 helps) in 43 video games. Rookie defensemanFilip Hronekhas produced in Green’s absence and has six points (2 objectives, 4 assists) in his past five video games, making him worthwhile of a late-round flier next season. In Spite Of the Red Wings not receiving the 2019 Stanley Cup Playoffs, goalieJimmy Howardwas a good streaming option with 23 wins and a.910 conserve percentage in 54 video games. Even before potential improvements at the 2019 NHL Draft and/or in free agency, the Red Wings have eight players in the top 250 rankings for next season.

OTHER TRENDS

— TheColumbus Blue Jacketshave 4 fantasy-relevant skaters (Artemi Panarin,Sergei Bobrovsky,Matt Duchene,Ryan Dzingel) who can end up being unlimited complimentary representatives July 1. Multiple departures would adversely affect the stock of fantasy-relevant skatersSeth Jones,Camera Atkinson,Pierre-Luc Dubois,Zach WerenskiandJosh AndersonGoalieElvis Merzlikinssigned up with the top 250 rankings with uncertainty surrounding Bobrovsky.

— ThePhiladelphia Flyershave a promising outlook with novice goalieCarter Hart, who is 16-12 -1 with a.919 conserve portion through his first 30 games. If defensemenShayne GostisbehereandIvan Provorovrecuperate, the Flyers should stay among the 15 most intriguing dream teams next season. ForwardOskar Lindblomhas sleeper potential for next season after forming chemistry with important forwardsSean CouturierandJakub Voracekon the 2nd line.

— TheToronto Maple Leafsought to rejoin the first 5 if elite centerAuston Matthewsremains healthy for a complete season and linemateWilliam Nylanderreturns to his 61- point pace from the previous two seasons. DefensemanJake Muzzinhas 16 points (five goals, 11 assists) through 30 games with the Maple Leafs and offsets the potential departure ofJake Gardiner(possible UFA). Top-nine forwardsMitchell Marner,Andreas JohnssonandKasperi Kapanenare prospective restricted complimentary agents.

DREAM GROUP POWER RANKINGS FOR 2019-20

1. Tampa Bay Lightning (SAME)
2. Boston Bruins (SAME)
3. Vegas Golden Knights (SAME)
4. Toronto Maple Leafs ( 4 )
5. Washington Capitals (-1 )
6. Pittsburgh Penguins (-1 )
7. San Jose Sharks (-1 )
8. Calgary Flames (-1 )
9. Nashville Predators (SAME)
10 Winnipeg Jets ( 1 )
11 St. Louis Blues (-1 )
12 Dallas Stars ( 1 )
13 Carolina Hurricanes ( 1 )
14 Colorado Avalanche ( 1 )
15 Philadelphia Flyers ( 5 )
16 Florida Panthers ( 1 )
17 Chicago Blackhawks ( 1 )
18 Columbus Blue Jackets (-6 )
19 New York City Islanders (-3 )
20 Vancouver Canucks (-1 )
21 Montreal Canadiens (SAME)
22 Edmonton Oilers (SAME)
23 Detroit Red Wings ( 4 )
24 Anaheim Ducks (SAME)
25 Minnesota Wild (SAME)
26 Buffalo Sabres ( 3 )
27 Arizona Coyotes (-4 )
28 New York City Rangers (SAME)
29 Los Angeles Kings (-3 )
30 Ottawa Senators (SAME)
31 New Jersey Devils (SAME)

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DREAM TOP 250 GAMER RANKINGS

Basic Yahoo categories consist of goals, helps, plus/minus, power-play points, shots on objective and hits for skaters and wins, goals-against average, save portion and nothings for goalies. Forward positions suggest Yahoo eligibility for 2018-19 season. … Value has actually been quantified based upon aspects including however not limited to previous production, forecasted line combinations, defense pairs and goalie start volume, power-play usage, injury history, sleeper upside, expected regression or bounce-back candidacy for next season, age and agreement status (potential 2019 UFA: *; RFA: **). …DTDshows gamer with daily injury. These rankings are a collective effort by Pete Jensen, Rob Reese and David Satriano.

1.Nikita Kucherov, RW, TBL
2.Alex Ovechkin, LW, WSH
3.Connor McDavid, C, EDM
4.Brad Marchand, LW, BOS
5.Patrick Kane, RW, CHI
6.Leon Draisaitl, C/LW/RW, EDM
7.David Pastrnak, RW, BOS
8.Andrei Vasilevskiy, G, TBL
9.Brent Burns, D, SJS
10Patrice Bergeron, C, BOS
11Sidney Crosby, C, PIT
12Mitchell Marner, C/RW, TOR **
13Johnny Gaudreau, LW, CGY
14Nathan MacKinnon, C, COL
15Tyler Seguin, C, DAL
16Auston Matthews, C, TOR
17Mikko Rantanen, RW, COL ** (DTD)
18Steven Stamkos, C/RW, TBL
19John Tavares, C, TOR
20Aleksander Barkov, C, FLA
21Ben Bishop, G, DAL (DTD)
22Marc-Andre Fleury, G, VGK
23Victor Hedman, D, TBL (DTD)
24Blake Wheeler, C/RW, WPG
25Brayden Point, C, TBL **
26Vladimir Tarasenko, RW, STL
27Evgeni Malkin, C, PIT (NEW – INJ.)
28Morgan Rielly, D, TOR
29John Carlson, D, WSH
30Sebastian Aho, C/LW/RW, AUTOMOBILE **
31Mark Scheifele, C, WPG
32Erik Karlsson, D, SJS * (NEW – INJ.)
33Patrik Laine, LW/RW, WPG **
34Claude Giroux, C/LW/RW, PHI
35Matthew Tkachuk, LW, CGY **
36Elias Pettersson, C, VAN
37Tuukka Rask, G, BOS
38Gabriel Landeskog, LW, COL
39Evgeny Kuznetsov, C, WSH
40Sean Monahan, C, CGY
41Kris Letang, D, PIT
42Artemi Panarin, LW, CBJ *
43Mark Giordano, D, CGY
44Dylan Larkin, C, DET
45Carey Price, G, MTL
46Frederik Andersen, G, TOR
47Jack Eichel, C, BUF
48Alex DeBrincat, LW/RW, CHI
49Alexander Radulov, RW, DAL
50Taylor Hall, LW, NJD (NEW – INJ.)
51Jordan Binnington, G, STL **
52Matt Murray, G, PIT
53Jake Guentzel, C/LW/RW, PIT
54Filip Forsberg, LW, NSH
55Nicklas Backstrom, C, WSH
56Mark Stone, RW, VGK
57Brock Boeser, RW, VAN **
58Jonathan Huberdeau, LW, FLA
59Seth Jones, D, CBJ
60Roman Josi, D, NSH
61Dustin Byfuglien, D, WPG
62Braden Holtby, G, WSH
63John Klingberg, D, DAL
64Jamie Benn, C/LW, DAL
65Phil Kessel, RW, PIT
66Connor Hellebuyck, G, WPG
67Pekka Rinne, G, NSH
68Tyson Barrie, D, COL
69Sergei Bobrovsky, G, CBJ *
70Torey Krug, D, BOS
71Mika Zibanejad, C, NYR
72Jonathan Marchessault, C/LW, VGK
73Tomas Hertl, C/LW/RW, SJS
74Sean Couturier, C, PHI
75Elias Lindholm, C/RW, CGY
76Joe Pavelski, C/RW, SJS *
77Timo Meier, LW/RW, SJS **
78Viktor Arvidsson, LW/RW, NSH
79Erik Gustafsson, D, CHI
80Jonathan Toews, C, CHI
81Teuvo Teravainen, LW/RW, VEHICLE
82Ryan O’Reilly, C, STL
83Brayden Schenn, C/LW, STL
84Max Pacioretty, LW, VGK
85Ryan Nugent-Hopkins, C/LW, EDM
86Keith Yandle, D, FLA
87Corey Crawford, G, CHI
88John Gibson, G, ANA
89Evander Kane, LW, SJS
90Tom Wilson, RW, WSH
91P.K. Subban, D, NSH
92Web Cam Atkinson, RW, CBJ
93Jakub Voracek, RW, PHI
94Antti Raanta, G, ARI (NEW – INJ.)
95Kyle Connor, LW, WPG **
96Mathew Barzal, C, NYI
97Shea Weber, D, MTL
98Logan Couture, C/LW, SJS
99Petr Mrazek, G, VEHICLE *
100Philipp Grubauer, G, COL
101Alex Pietrangelo, D, STL
102Martin Jones, G, SJS
103Carter Hart, G, PHI
104Thomas Chabot, D, OTT
105Brendan Gallagher, RW, MTL
106Mike Hoffman, LW/RW, FLA
107Devan Dubnyk, G, MINUTES
108Evgenii Dadonov, LW/RW, FLA
109Reilly Smith, LW/RW, VGK
110William Karlsson, C/LW, VGK **
111Matt Duchene, C, CBJ *
112Drew Doughty, D, LAK
113Matt Dumba, D, MINUTES (NEW – INJ.)
114Dougie Hamilton, D, CAR
115Robin Lehner, G, NYI *
116Thomas Greiss, G, NYI
117Rasmus Dahlin, D, BUF
118Miro Heiskanen, D, DAL
119Jeff Skinner, C/LW, BUF *
120T.J. Oshie, RW, WSH
121Max Domi, C/LW, MTL
122Nino Niederreiter, LW/RW, CAR
123Mikael Granlund, C/LW/RW, NSH
124Oliver Ekman-Larsson, D, ARI
125Anze Kopitar, C, LAK
126Dylan Strome, C, CHI
127Bo Horvat, C, VAN
128Pierre-Luc Dubois, C/LW, CBJ
129Rickard Rakell, C/LW/RW, ANA
130 Quinn Hughes, D, VAN
131Charlie McAvoy, D, BOS **
132David Rittich, G, CGY **
133Jacob Markstrom, G, VAN (NEW)
134Andrei Svechnikov, LW/RW, CAR
135William Nylander, C/RW, TOR
136Clayton Keller, C/LW/RW, ARI
137Nikolaj Ehlers, LW/RW, WPG
138Ryan Johansen, C, NSH
139Paul Stastny, C, VGK
140Aaron Ekblad, D, FLA
141Chris Kreider, LW, NYR (NEW – INJ.)
142Kyle Palmieri, RW, NJD
143Patric Hornqvist, RW, PIT
144Anders Lee, LW, NYI *
145Dustin Brown, RW, LAK
146Brady Tkachuk, LW, OTT
147David Krejci, C, BOS
148Darcy Kuemper, G, ARI
149Ryan Suter, D, MINUTES
150Nico Hischier, C, NJD (NEW – INJ.)
151Jonathan Quick, G, LAK (NEW)
152Zach Parise, LW, MIN
153Anthony Mantha, LW/RW, DET
154Mats Zuccarello, RW, DAL * (NEW – INJ.)
155Vincent Trocheck, C, FLA (NEW)
156Jake DeBrusk, LW/RW, BOS
157Jaroslav Halak, G, BOS
158Justin Faulk, D, CAR
159Josh Anderson, RW, CBJ
160James van Riemsdyk, LW, PHI
161Andreas Athanasiou, C/LW/RW, DET
162Rasmus Ristolainen, D, BUF (NEW)
163David Perron, LW/RW, STL
164Ryan Ellis, D, NSH
165Sam Reinhart, C/RW, BUF
166Justin Williams, RW, AUTOMOBILE *
167Ryan Getzlaf, C, ANA (NEW)
168Tyler Bertuzzi, LW/RW, DET (NEW)
169Juuse Saros, G, NSH
170Jimmy Howard, G, DET * (NEW)
171Shea Theodore, D, VGK
172Jake Muzzin, D, TOR
173Jakob Silfverberg, RW, ANA
174Alexander Edler, D, VAN *
175Zach Werenski, D, CBJ **
176Tyler Johnson, C/LW/RW, TBL
177Gustav Nyquist, LW/RW, SJS *
178Kevin Hayes, C, WPG *
179Henrik Lundqvist, G, NYR (NEW)
180Yanni Gourde, C/LW/RW, TBL
181Kevin Labanc, LW/RW, SJS **
182Ivan Provorov, D, PHI ** (NEW)
183Jonathan Drouin, C/LW, MTL (NEW)
184Mikhail Sergachev, D, TBL (NEW)
185Shayne Gostisbehere, D, PHI
186Joe Thornton, C, SJS *
187 Ryan Donato, C/LW/RW, MIN **
188Eric Staal, C, MINUTES
189Jakub Vrana, LW/RW, WSH **
190Micheal Ferland, LW/RW, CAR *
191Travis Konecny, C/LW/RW, PHI **
192Roope Hintz, C/LW, DAL
193Anton Khudobin, G, DAL
194Tomas Tatar, LW/RW, MTL
195Jason Zucker, LW/RW, MIN
196Alex Galchenyuk, C/LW, ARI (NEW)
197Andreas Johnsson, LW/RW, TOR **
198Jacob Trouba, D, WPG **
199Oscar Klefbom, D, EDM
200Nick Schmaltz, C/LW, ARI ** (NEW – INJ.)
201Mattias Ekholm, D, NSH
202Kasperi Kapanen, RW, TOR ** (NEW)
203Marcus Johansson, LW, BOS *
204Ryan Pulock, D, NYI
205Alexander Kerfoot, C/LW, COL **
206Andrew Shaw, C/RW, MTL
207Ondrej Kase, RW, ANA (NEW – INJ.)
208Mikko Koskinen, G, EDM (NEW)
209Justin Schultz, D, PIT
210J.T. Miller, C/LW/RW, TBL
211Semyon Varlamov, G, COL * (NEW)
212Thatcher Demko, G, VAN ** (NEW)
213Vince Dunn, D, STL
214Mike Green, D, DET (NEW – INJ.)
215Mikael Backlund, C, CGY
216Josh Bailey, LW/RW, NYI
217Josh Morrissey, D, WPG (NEW – INJ.)
218Ryan McDonagh, D, TBL
219Alex Tuch, RW, VGK (NEW)
220Colton Parayko, D, STL
221 Max Comtois, LW, ANA (NEW)
222 Cale Makar, D, COL (NEW)
223Duncan Keith, D, CHI
224Zack Kassian, RW, EDM (NEW)
225Oskar Lindblom, LW, PHI (NEW)
226Zach Hyman, LW, TOR
227Nate Schmidt, D, VGK
228Brandon Montour, D, BUF
229Danton Heinen, C/LW/RW, BOS **
230Darnell Nurse, D, EDM
231Colin White, C, OTT ** (NEW)
232Webcam Fowler, D, ANA
233Wayne Simmonds, RW, NSH * (NEW)
234 Elvis Merzlikins, G, CBJ (NEW)
235Jake Gardiner, D, TOR * (NEW – INJ.)
236Nazem Kadri, C, TOR (NEW)
237 Filip Hronek, D, DET (NEW)
238Pavel Buchnevich, RW, NYR ** (NEW)
239Esa Lindell, D, DAL ** (NEW)
240Curtis McElhinney, G, VEHICLE *
241Samuel Girard, D, COL (NEW)
242Sven Baertschi, LW, VAN (NEW)
243Noah Hanifin, D, CGY (NEW)
244Travis Sanheim, D, PHI ** (NEW)
245 Sam Steel, C, ANA (NEW)
246Jeff Petry, D, MTL (NEW)
247Devon Toews, D, NYI (NEW)
248 Taro Hirose, LW, DET (NEW)
249 Erik Brannstrom, D, OTT (NEW)
250 Victor Olofsson, LW/RW, BUF (NEW)

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DREAM TOP 250 GAMER RANKINGS

Basic Yahoo classifications consist of goals, helps, plus/minus, power-play points, shots on objective and hits for skaters and wins, goals-against average, conserve percentage and shutouts for goalies. Forward positions indicate Yahoo eligibility for 2018-19 season (topic to additions, but never ever subtractions, at Yahoo’s discretion). … Worth has been measured based on factors including but not restricted to previous production, forecasted line combinations, defense pairs and goalie start volume, power-play usage, injury history, sleeper upside, anticipated regression or bounce-back candidacy for next season, age and contract status (potential 2019 UFA: *; RFA: **). …DTDshows player with day-to-day injury. These rankings are upgraded based mainly on order of forwards by Pete Jensen, defensemen by Rob Reese and goalies by David Satriano.

1.Nikita Kucherov, RW, TBL
2.Alex Ovechkin, LW, WSH
3.Connor McDavid, C, EDM
4.Brad Marchand, LW, BOS
5.Patrick Kane, RW, CHI
6.Leon Draisaitl, C/LW/RW, EDM
7.David Pastrnak, RW, BOS
8.Andrei Vasilevskiy, G, TBL
9.Brent Burns, D, SJS
10Patrice Bergeron, C, BOS
11Sidney Crosby, C, PIT
12Mitchell Marner, C/RW, TOR **
13Johnny Gaudreau, LW, CGY
14Nathan MacKinnon, C, COL
15Tyler Seguin, C, DAL
16Auston Matthews, C, TOR
17Mikko Rantanen, RW, COL ** (DTD)
18Steven Stamkos, C/RW, TBL
19John Tavares, C, TOR
20Aleksander Barkov, C, FLA
21Ben Bishop, G, DAL (DTD)
22Marc-Andre Fleury, G, VGK
23Victor Hedman, D, TBL (DTD)
24Blake Wheeler, C/RW, WPG
25Brayden Point, C, TBL **
26Vladimir Tarasenko, RW, STL
27Evgeni Malkin, C, PIT (NEW – INJ.)
28Morgan Rielly, D, TOR
29John Carlson, D, WSH
30Sebastian Aho, C/LW/RW, VEHICLE **
31Mark Scheifele, C, WPG
32Erik Karlsson, D, SJS * (NEW – INJ.)
33Patrik Laine, LW/RW, WPG **
34Claude Giroux, C/LW/RW, PHI
35Matthew Tkachuk, LW, CGY **
36Elias Pettersson, C, VAN
37Tuukka Rask, G, BOS
38Gabriel Landeskog, LW, COL
39Evgeny Kuznetsov, C, WSH
40Sean Monahan, C, CGY
41Kris Letang, D, PIT (DTD)
42Artemi Panarin, LW, CBJ *
43Mark Giordano, D, CGY
44Dylan Larkin, C, DET
45Carey Rate, G, MTL
46Frederik Andersen, G, TOR
47Jack Eichel, C, BUF
48Alex DeBrincat, LW/RW, CHI
49Alexander Radulov, RW, DAL
50Taylor Hall, LW, NJD (NEW – INJ.)
51Jordan Binnington, G, STL **
52Matt Murray, G, PIT
53Jake Guentzel, C/LW/RW, PIT
54Filip Forsberg, LW, NSH
55Nicklas Backstrom, C, WSH
56Mark Stone, RW, VGK
57Brock Boeser, RW, VAN **
58Jonathan Huberdeau, LW, FLA
59Seth Jones, D, CBJ
60Roman Josi, D, NSH
61Dustin Byfuglien, D, WPG
62Braden Holtby, G, WSH
63John Klingberg, D, DAL
64Jamie Benn, C/LW, DAL
65Phil Kessel, RW, PIT
66Connor Hellebuyck, G, WPG
67Pekka Rinne, G, NSH
68Tyson Barrie, D, COL
69Sergei Bobrovsky, G, CBJ *
70Torey Krug, D, BOS
71Mika Zibanejad, C, NYR
72Jonathan Marchessault, C/LW, VGK
73Tomas Hertl, C/LW/RW, SJS
74Sean Couturier, C, PHI
75Elias Lindholm, C/RW, CGY
76Joe Pavelski, C/RW, SJS *
77Timo Meier, LW/RW, SJS **
78Viktor Arvidsson, LW/RW, NSH
79Erik Gustafsson, D, CHI
80Jonathan Toews, C, CHI
81Teuvo Teravainen, LW/RW, Cars And Truck
82Ryan O’Reilly, C, STL
83Brayden Schenn, C/LW, STL
84Max Pacioretty, LW, VGK
85Ryan Nugent-Hopkins, C/LW, EDM
86Keith Yandle, D, FLA
87Corey Crawford, G, CHI
88John Gibson, G, ANA
89Evander Kane, LW, SJS
90Tom Wilson, RW, WSH
91P.K. Subban, D, NSH
92Camera Atkinson, RW, CBJ
93Jakub Voracek, RW, PHI
94Antti Raanta, G, ARI (NEW – INJ.)
95Kyle Connor, LW, WPG **
96Mathew Barzal, C, NYI
97Shea Weber, D, MTL
98Logan Couture, C/LW, SJS
99Petr Mrazek, G, CAR *
100Philipp Grubauer, G, COL
101Alex Pietrangelo, D, STL
102Martin Jones, G, SJS
103Carter Hart, G, PHI
104Thomas Chabot, D, OTT
105Brendan Gallagher, RW, MTL
106Mike Hoffman, LW/RW, FLA
107Devan Dubnyk, G, MINUTES
108Evgenii Dadonov, LW/RW, FLA
109Reilly Smith, LW/RW, VGK
110William Karlsson, C/LW, VGK **
111Matt Duchene, C, CBJ *
112Drew Doughty, D, LAK
113Matt Dumba, D, MINUTES (NEW – INJ.)
114Dougie Hamilton, D, Cars And Truck
115Robin Lehner, G, NYI *
116Thomas Greiss, G, NYI
117Rasmus Dahlin, D, BUF
118Miro Heiskanen, D, DAL
119Jeff Skinner, C/LW, BUF *
120T.J. Oshie, RW, WSH
121Max Domi, C/LW, MTL
122Nino Niederreiter, LW/RW, VEHICLE
123Mikael Granlund, C/LW/RW, NSH
124Oliver Ekman-Larsson, D, ARI
125Anze Kopitar, C, LAK
126Dylan Strome, C, CHI
127Bo Horvat, C, VAN
128Pierre-Luc Dubois, C/LW, CBJ
129Rickard Rakell, C/LW/RW, ANA
130 Quinn Hughes, D, VAN
131Charlie McAvoy, D, BOS **
132David Rittich, G, CGY **
133Jacob Markstrom, G, VAN (NEW)
134Andrei Svechnikov, LW/RW, Cars And Truck
135William Nylander, C/RW, TOR
136Clayton Keller, C/LW/RW, ARI
137Nikolaj Ehlers, LW/RW, WPG
138Ryan Johansen, C, NSH
139Paul Stastny, C, VGK
140Aaron Ekblad, D, FLA
141Chris Kreider, LW, NYR (NEW – INJ.)
142Kyle Palmieri, RW, NJD
143Patric Hornqvist, RW, PIT
144Anders Lee, LW, NYI *
145Dustin Brown, RW, LAK
146Brady Tkachuk, LW, OTT
147David Krejci, C, BOS
148Darcy Kuemper, G, ARI
149Ryan Suter, D, MIN
150Nico Hischier, C, NJD (NEW – INJ.)
151Jonathan Quick, G, LAK (NEW)
152Zach Parise, LW, MIN
153Anthony Mantha, LW/RW, DET
154Mats Zuccarello, RW, DAL * (NEW – INJ.)
155Vincent Trocheck, C, FLA (NEW)
156Jake DeBrusk, LW/RW, BOS
157Jaroslav Halak, G, BOS
158Justin Faulk, D, CAR
159Josh Anderson, RW, CBJ
160James van Riemsdyk, LW, PHI
161Andreas Athanasiou, C/LW/RW, DET
162Rasmus Ristolainen, D, BUF (NEW)
163David Perron, LW/RW, STL
164Ryan Ellis, D, NSH
165Sam Reinhart, C/RW, BUF
166Justin Williams, RW, AUTOMOBILE *
167Ryan Getzlaf, C, ANA (NEW)
168Tyler Bertuzzi, LW/RW, DET (NEW)
169Juuse Saros, G, NSH
170Jimmy Howard, G, DET * (NEW)
171Shea Theodore, D, VGK
172Jake Muzzin, D, TOR
173Jakob Silfverberg, RW, ANA
174Alexander Edler, D, VAN *
175Zach Werenski, D, CBJ **
176Tyler Johnson, C/LW/RW, TBL
177Gustav Nyquist, LW/RW, SJS *
178Kevin Hayes, C, WPG *
179Henrik Lundqvist, G, NYR (NEW)
180Yanni Gourde, C/LW/RW, TBL
181Kevin Labanc, LW/RW, SJS **
182Ivan Provorov, D, PHI ** (NEW)
183Jonathan Drouin, C/LW, MTL (NEW)
184Mikhail Sergachev, D, TBL (NEW)
185Shayne Gostisbehere, D, PHI
186Joe Thornton, C, SJS *
187Ryan Donato, C/LW/RW, MINUTES **
188Eric Staal, C, MINUTES
189Jakub Vrana, LW/RW, WSH **
190Micheal Ferland, LW/RW, CAR *
191Travis Konecny, C/LW/RW, PHI **
192Roope Hintz, C/LW, DAL
193Anton Khudobin, G, DAL
194Tomas Tatar, LW/RW, MTL
195Jason Zucker, LW/RW, MIN
196Alex Galchenyuk, C/LW, ARI (NEW)
197Andreas Johnsson, LW/RW, TOR **
198Jacob Trouba, D, WPG **
199Oscar Klefbom, D, EDM
200Nick Schmaltz, C/LW, ARI ** (NEW – INJ.)
201Mattias Ekholm, D, NSH
202Kasperi Kapanen, RW, TOR ** (NEW)
203Marcus Johansson, LW, BOS *
204Ryan Pulock, D, NYI
205Alexander Kerfoot, C/LW, COL **
206Andrew Shaw, C/RW, MTL
207Ondrej Kase, RW, ANA (NEW – INJ.)
208Mikko Koskinen, G, EDM (NEW)
209Justin Schultz, D, PIT
210J.T. Miller, C/LW/RW, TBL
211Semyon Varlamov, G, COL * (NEW)
212Thatcher Demko, G, VAN ** (NEW)
213Vince Dunn, D, STL
214Mike Green, D, DET (NEW – INJ.)
215Mikael Backlund, C, CGY
216Josh Bailey, LW/RW, NYI
217Josh Morrissey, D, WPG (NEW – INJ.)
218Ryan McDonagh, D, TBL
219Alex Tuch, RW, VGK (NEW)
220Colton Parayko, D, STL
221 Max Comtois, LW, ANA (NEW)
222 Cale Makar, D, COL (NEW)
223Duncan Keith, D, CHI
224Zack Kassian, RW, EDM (NEW)
225Oskar Lindblom, LW, PHI (NEW)
226Zach Hyman, LW, TOR
227Nate Schmidt, D, VGK
228Brandon Montour, D, BUF
229Danton Heinen, C/LW/RW, BOS **
230Darnell Nurse, D, EDM
231Colin White, C, OTT ** (NEW)
232Web Cam Fowler, D, ANA
233Wayne Simmonds, RW, NSH * (NEW)
234Elvis Merzlikins, G, CBJ (NEW)
235Jake Gardiner, D, TOR * (NEW – INJ.)
236Nazem Kadri, C, TOR (NEW)
237Filip Hronek, D, DET (NEW)
238Pavel Buchnevich, RW, NYR ** (NEW)
239Esa Lindell, D, DAL ** (NEW)
240Curtis McElhinney, G, AUTOMOBILE *
241Samuel Girard, D, COL (NEW)
242Sven Baertschi, LW, VAN (NEW)
243Noah Hanifin, D, CGY (NEW)
244Travis Sanheim, D, PHI ** (NEW)
245 Sam Steel, C, ANA (NEW)
246Jeff Petry, D, MTL (NEW)
247Devon Toews, D, NYI (NEW)
248Taro Hirose, LW, DET (NEW)
249Erik Brannstrom, D, OTT (NEW)
250 Victor Olofsson, LW/RW, BUF (NEW)

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Fantasy goalie top 25 rankings for 2019-20


NHL.com’s fantasy hockey goalie top 25 rankings are based on previous production and expectations for next season in basic Yahoo leagues. For more dream hockey protection, visitNHL.com/ Dream

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FANTASY TOP 25 GOALIE RANKINGS

Standard Yahoo goalie classifications include wins, goals-against average, conserve portion and shutouts. Worth has been quantified based on elements including however not restricted to past production, team goalie circumstances, prepared for start volume, injury history, forecasted goal assistance (or lack thereof), sleeper, bounce-back or breakout potential and anticipated regression for next season, age and contract status (potential 2019 UFA: *; RFA: **).DTDindicates player with day-to-day injury.

1.Andrei Vasilevskiy, TBL
2.Ben Bishop, DAL (DTD)
3.Marc-Andre Fleury, VGK (DTD)
4.Tuukka Rask, BOS
5.Carey Price, MTL
6.Frederik Andersen, TOR
7.Jordan Binnington, STL **
8.Matt Murray, PIT
9.Braden Holtby, WSH
10Connor Hellebuyck, WPG
11Pekka Rinne, NSH
12Sergei Bobrovsky, CBJ *
13Corey Crawford, CHI
14Antti Raanta, ARI (NEW – INJ)
15John Gibson, ANA
16Petr Mrazek, AUTOMOBILE *
17Philipp Grubauer, COL
18Martin Jones, SJS
19Carter Hart, PHI
20Devan Dubnyk, MIN
21Robin Lehner, NYI *
22Thomas Greiss, NYI
23David Rittich, CGY **
24Jacob Markstrom, VAN (NEW)
25Darcy Kuemper, ARI (DTD)

Dropped out:Jaroslav Halak, BOS;Juuse Saros, NSH

Simply missed:Jimmy Howard, DET *;Jonathan Quick, LAK;Henrik Lundqvist, NYR;Anton Khudobin, DAL;Mikko Koskinen, EDM;Thatcher Demko, VAN **

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