FANTASY HOCKEY DYNASTY RANKINGS

Top 200 fantasy hockey dynasty rankings for both dynasty and keeper leagues. Updated Monthly.

Last updated: 05 October 2021 by Thomas Nestico
SET OF RANKINGS (SKATERS, GOALIES) POSITION FROM FILTER BY NHL TEAM
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#1 Connor McDavid (EDM, C) AGE: 24.8
McDavid is a cheat code. He'll be at the top of this list for a long time.
#2 Nathan MacKinnon (COL, C) AGE: 26.1
MacKinnon has not slowed down one bit and still shoots at an insane pace. He's a monster.
#3 Auston Matthews (TOR, C) AGE: 24.1
Matthews has easily ran away with the Rocket Richard this season, and with a strong team around him, he should continue to put up great goal totals.
#4 Leon Draisaitl (EDM, C,LW) AGE: 26.0
Draisaitl and McDavid are going to tear up the league for many years.
#5 David Pastrnak (BOS, RW) AGE: 25.4
An injury kept him out early in the season, but he came back where he left off.
#6 Nikita Kucherov (TBL, RW) AGE: 28.4
Missed the entire 2020-21 season, but look for him to return to MVP form next season.
#7 Artemi Panarin (NYR, LW) AGE: 30.0
Panarin has continued to play exceptionally well in New York.
#8 Mitchell Marner (TOR, RW) AGE: 24.5
Marner is among the best playmakers in the league and will continue to be a dynamic fantasy player on the star-studded Leafs.
#9 Patrick Kane (CHI, RW) AGE: 32.9
Still one of the best playmakers in the NHL, Kane has not missed a beat and holds one of the highest point ceilings. Being on the wrong side of 30 puts a damper on his value.
#10 Mikko Rantanen (COL, RW) AGE: 25.0
With Colorado's bright future, Rantanen should undoubtedly continue his exceptional play.
#11 Brad Marchand (BOS, LW) AGE: 33.5
Marchand seems to improve as he gets older. No signs of him slowing down.
#12 Sebastian Aho (CAR, C) AGE: 24.2
One of the most consistent players in the league, look for Aho to remain a fantasy stud.
#13 Elias Pettersson (VAN, C) AGE: 22.9
The Canucks had an awful season all-around and Pettersson felt the effects of it. Look for him to bounce-back next season once healthy.
#14 Jonathan Huberdeau (FLO, LW) AGE: 28.4
3 straight fantastic seasons for Huberdeau has elevated him into top 20 territory where he should continue to remain.
#15 Aleksander Barkov (FLO, C) AGE: 26.1
Barkov turned it to another level as his defensive game excelled while he stayed a fantastic offensive option.
#16 Jake Guentzel (PIT, LW,RW) AGE: 27.0
Guentzel will continue to put up the points playing on a line with Crosby and the Penguins strong PP.
#17 Jack Eichel (BUF, C) AGE: 25.0
Buffalo looks to be a mess but Eichel should remain elite. Concerns about his neck injury and trade rumours linger.
#18 Sidney Crosby (PIT, C) AGE: 34.2
The best player of his generation has still got it. One knock against him is his durability, but he can be the most dynamic player in the league.
#19 Brayden Point (TBL, C,RW) AGE: 25.6
Point lacks the shot volume to be the 40 goal scorer from 2018-19, but his role on Tampa gives him a great floor playing alongside Stamkos and Kucherov.
#20 Andrei Svechnikov (CAR, LW,RW) AGE: 21.6
Has a bright future ahead of him and improved shots and hits rates give him a good bump in standard Yahoo leagues.
#21 Mark Scheifele (WPJ, C) AGE: 28.6
Finishing up his 5th consecutive year of at least 1 point/game, Scheifele is very consistent. His high S% has been a staple for him since he entered the league, but his limited shot total (he has not eclipsed 200+ shots in a season) caps his goal scoring.
#22 Alex Ovechkin (WSH, LW) AGE: 36.1
Goals. The Great 8 may not be putting up blistering point totals like he used to, but his goal scoring prowess is second to none. His staggering shot and hit totals only amplify his value.
#23 John Carlson (WSH, D) AGE: 31.8
As a key cog in Washington's powerplay, Carlson is a clear favourite to lead all defensemen in scoring, as he has done so since 2017.
#24 Mark Stone (VGK, RW) AGE: 29.4
Stone has developed into one of the best 2-way forwards in the NHL while maintaining fantastic offensive production. He is limited by his shooting volume (he has yet to surpass 200 shots in a season), but he should continue to be a point per game player for the foreseeable future.
#25 John Tavares (TOR, C) AGE: 31.1
Tavares is Mr. Reliable. He should hover around a point-per-game.
#26 Victor Hedman (TBL, D) AGE: 30.8
Among the most consistent D in the league, Hedman quarterbacks the fantastic Tampa powerplay.
#27 Mika Zibanejad (NYR, C) AGE: 28.5
Mika had an awful start to the 2020-21 season, but bounced back in a big way with some monster games.
#28 Steven Stamkos (TBL, C,RW) AGE: 31.7
Large injury concerns surround Stamkos, but his lethal shot and his phenomenal line mates make him a threat whenever he is on the ice.
#29 Gabriel Landeskog (COL, C,LW) AGE: 28.9
Landeskog is a perfect complement to MacKinnon and Rantanen and should remain a top fantasy producer as long as he stays in Colorado.
#30 Kirill Kaprizov (MIN, LW,RW) AGE: 24.5
The Calder winner, Kaprizov has lived up to expectations from his stellar KHL seasons.
#31 Brady Tkachuk (OTT, LW) AGE: 22.1
Brady's blistering shots and hits make him a very unique fantasy player, but his lack of points limits his ceiling.
#32 Matthew Tkachuk (CGY, LW,RW) AGE: 23.9
Following the hiring of Sutter, Tkachuk struggled immensely as his role diminished. Hopefully he bounces back next season.
#33 Kyle Connor (WPJ, LW) AGE: 24.9
If Winnipeg's PP becomes more effective, Connor can be a consistent 40+ goal scorer.
#34 Cale Makar (COL, D) AGE: 23.0
An injury limited Makar's production this season, but he has the potential to be the best fantasy blueliner.
#35 J.T. Miller (VAN, C,LW) AGE: 28.6
Miller should remain a productive part of Vancouver as they look to rebound from this lost season.
#36 Roman Josi (NSH, D) AGE: 31.4
His shot rate is encouraging, and if Nashville can turn around their below average PP and offense, Josi has the chance to be the leading scoring defenseman in the league.
#37 Max Pacioretty (VGK, LW) AGE: 32.9
Patches looks to have returned to form in Vegas with a career high point pace.
#38 Adam Fox (NYR, D) AGE: 23.7
Fox took over the PP1 in New York and never looked back. Fox will continue to be an elite fantasy producer.
#39 Alex DeBrincat (CHI, LW,RW) AGE: 23.8
He maintained a great shot rate and bounced back beside Kane.
#40 Anze Kopitar (LAK, C) AGE: 34.2
Kopitar is still putting up great point totals despite the Kings poor offense.
#41 Shea Theodore (VGK, D) AGE: 26.2
Theodore has taken control of the Vegas PP and his production has been fantastic.
#42 Dougie Hamilton (NJD, D) AGE: 28.4
Hamilton continued to play at a Norris-calibre level with more reasonable goal totals.
#43 Brock Boeser (VAN, RW) AGE: 24.7
Boeser came out of the gates firing but cooled down as the season progressed. He has the talent to be a 30+ goal scorer.
#44 Mathew Barzal (NYI, C) AGE: 24.4
The former Calder winner has not been able to match his outstanding rookie season, but remains a solid fantasy asset.
#45 Nikolaj Ehlers (WPJ, LW,RW) AGE: 25.7
Ehlers finally had some solid PP deployment and he did well with it. Unfortunate that his best season was cut short by an injury.
#46 Quinn Hughes (VAN, D) AGE: 22.0
He and Makar will be fighting for the defenseman point lead for many years to come.
#47 Sean Couturier (PHI, C) AGE: 28.9
Couturier was one of Philadelphia's few bright spots this season. With a career high S%, his goals should decline but as Philly bounces back, so should his assist totals.
#48 Tyler Seguin (DAL, C,RW) AGE: 29.7
Seguin missed most of the 2020-21 season following hip surgery, but he should be an effective player once he returns.
#49 Dylan Larkin (DET, C) AGE: 25.2
Larkin's underwhelming season turned even worse following a season ending upper-body injury. He has the talent to bounce back.
#50 Ryan O'Reilly (STL, C) AGE: 30.7
ROR bounced back greatly, sparked by an insane s% (20%). His goal totals should decline, but assist should remain consistently high.
#51 Patrik Laine (CBJ, LW,RW) AGE: 23.5
Laine's trade to the Blue Jackets killed his production. A scenery change would greatly impact his value.
#52 Alexis Lafreniere (NYR, LW) AGE: 20.0
An underwhelming rookie season saw some great production near the end of it. If you are rebuilding target Laf.
#53 Elias Lindholm (CGY, C,RW) AGE: 26.9
Lindholm has been very steady in Calgary despite the rest of the team faltering.
#54 David Perron (STL, LW,RW) AGE: 33.4
Perron's bread and butter is his powerplay efficiency and his 5v5 production has stayed healthy.
#55 Filip Forsberg (NSH, LW) AGE: 27.2
Forsberg, alongside a myriad of injuries, has seen his production stay stagnant over the past 3 seasons. He should continue to remain consistent, but he has a limited ceiling.
#56 Ryan Strome (NYR, C,RW) AGE: 28.3
Playing with Panarin has revitalized Strome's career, and he shows no signs of slowing down.
#57 Patrice Bergeron (BOS, C) AGE: 36.2
Injuries have hurt Bergeron's production over the past couple of years, but he remains one of the league's best C. His age is a concern.
#58 Ryan Nugent-Hopkins (EDM, C,LW) AGE: 28.5
RNH has became a very solid fantasy asset playing alongside Draisaitl while being a key piece to the Oilers PP. As long as he is in Edmonton, his production should be maintained.
#59 Blake Wheeler (WPJ, C,RW) AGE: 35.1
It was apparent that the effects of age caught up to Wheeler this past season. His days of being a fantasy stud are most likely behind him.
#60 Teuvo Teravainen (CAR, LW,RW) AGE: 27.1
Injuries ravaged Teravainen's season. Expect him to bounce back to his usual self next season.
#61 William Nylander (TOR, LW,RW) AGE: 25.5
With the Leafs core signed long-term, Nylander has all the tools to continue to improve.
#62 Roope Hintz (DAL, C,LW) AGE: 24.9
Roope struggled with injured this season, but that did not stop his production as he remained over a point per game for most of it. Here's hoping he can get the proper treatment in the off-season and return healthy next season.
#63 Johnny Gaudreau (CGY, LW,RW) AGE: 28.2
Gaudreau saw his shots plummet and his S% increase while putting up lackluster point totals.
#64 Claude Giroux (PHI, C,LW) AGE: 33.8
Age may be catching up to him, but his durability (missed 10 games in 12 seasons) make him a reliable fantasy asset.
#65 Bryan Rust (PIT, LW,RW) AGE: 29.5
Rust has proven himself to be a top 6 forward on the Penguins and whether he is beside Malkin or Crosby, he should produce
#66 Evgeni Malkin (PIT, C) AGE: 35.2
Malkin can still play at an elite level, but age may finally be catching up to him.
#67 Kevin Fiala (MIN, LW,RW) AGE: 25.3
Fiala came back down to earth after his insane end to the 2019-20 season, but his shots remain high and Minnesota is shaping up to be a great team.
#68 Vincent Trocheck (CAR, C) AGE: 28.3
Trocheck proved me wrong completely, putting up his best season since 2017-18 as his PP production returned. He should remain a great option.
#69 Nick Suzuki (MTL, C,RW) AGE: 22.2
Suzuki started off the season hot, but as Montreal cooled off, so did he. He has the talent to blossom into a fantasy stud.
#70 Victor Olofsson (BUF, LW,RW) AGE: 26.3
Olofsson remains a great powerplay producer and playing alongside Eichel will only positively impact him.
#71 Taylor Hall (BOS, LW) AGE: 29.9
The claims of Taylor Hall's demise were greatly exaggerated in Buffalo as he has bounced back nicely in Boston.
#72 Nicklas Backstrom (WSH, C) AGE: 33.9
One of the most consistent playmakers of his generation will continue to steer one of the most lethal powerplays for the next 3 years.
#73 Brayden Schenn (STL, C,RW) AGE: 30.2
Schenn has been a solid fantasy contributor every year on the Blues, and with his PP proficiency, he should continue to maintain his production.
#74 Jonathan Marchessault (VGK, C,LW) AGE: 30.8
Marchessault is one of the most prolific shooters in the NHL and he gets a lot of high-quality chances. The biggest cap on his production is his lackluster powerplay production.
#75 Jack Hughes (NJD, C,LW) AGE: 20.4
Hughes has shown glimpses of greatness, but he hasn't been able to finish his chances. His time will come soon
#76 Jakub Vrana (DET, LW) AGE: 25.7
Vrana was mismanaged in Washington, and with all the opportunity in the world in Detroit, look for him to excel.
#77 Rasmus Dahlin (BUF, D) AGE: 21.5
Dahlin struggled out of the gate, but has ended the season on a good note.
#78 Jason Robertson (DAL, LW) AGE: 22.3
Robertson burst onto the scene with elite 5v5 numbers. If he can get a hold of PP1 minutes watch for him to put up even more gaudy numbers.
#79 Aaron Ekblad (FLO, D) AGE: 25.7
Ekblad flashed his potential before his leg injury last season. Expect his scoring to decrease, but his points to remain great.
#80 Anthony Mantha (WSH, LW,RW) AGE: 27.1
Mantha was dealt at the deadline to Washington where he had some early success. Hopefully it keeps up.
#81 Evgeny Kuznetsov (WSH, C) AGE: 29.4
A massive drop in shot rate is trouble for Kuzy. Monitor his production and do not be afraid to cut loose.
#82 Sam Reinhart (FLO, C,RW) AGE: 26.0
The move to Florida should elevarte Reinhart's offensive production.
#83 Jakob Chychrun (ARI, D) AGE: 23.6
Chychrun had a fantastic season as he took over PP1 duties in Arizona. His shots give him a very steady floor, but expect his S% to decline next season.
#84 Neal Pionk (WPJ, D) AGE: 26.2
Pionk lost PP1 for most of the season, but looks like he has regained it. He was performing well without it, but the extra PP time is only a plus.
#85 Thomas Chabot (OTT, D) AGE: 24.7
As Ottawa improves, Chabot will have more opportunities to be a driving force in the offense.
#86 Travis Konecny (PHI, RW) AGE: 24.6
Konecny's production tanked this season as all of Philly went cold. A potential coaching change may assist him.
#87 Tom Wilson (WSH, RW) AGE: 27.6
Wilson is solid fantasy player that contributes a lot of hits. His lack of discipline causes him to miss multiple games each season.
#88 Pavel Buchnevich (STL, RW) AGE: 26.5
Buch should see similar deployment and hopefully production in St. Louis.
#89 Morgan Rielly (TOR, D) AGE: 27.6
With full control of the PP1 in Toronto, Rielly failed to live up to fantastic 2018-19 season.
#90 Brendan Gallagher (MTL, RW) AGE: 29.5
Gallagher is by far the most prolific shooter at 5v5 in the league. He is limited by a lack of PP deployment.
#91 Torey Krug (STL, D) AGE: 30.5
The move to St. Louis hurt Krug's production. Steering the St. Louis powerplay gives him a nice ceiling.
#92 Martin Necas (CAR, C,RW) AGE: 22.8
Necas had a mini-breakout this season, but his production dipped once Trocheck returned from injury. He has the potential, but not the deployment yet.
#93 Kris Letang (PIT, D) AGE: 34.5
Letang is getting older and struggled with injuries throughout his career, but when healthy, he is one of the best defensemen in fantasy.
#94 Tyler Toffoli (MTL, LW,RW) AGE: 29.5
Toffoli is a heavy volume shooter and the move to Montreal helped him showcase his scoring touch.
#95 Oliver Bjorkstrand (CBJ, LW,RW) AGE: 26.5
Bjorkstrand's breakout didn't happen, but he remained a productive player on the offense deprived Blue Jackets.
#96 Tomas Hertl (SJS, C,LW) AGE: 27.9
Hertl is one of the bright spots for the Sharks, but the team around him hurts his value.
#97 Tyson Barrie (EDM, D) AGE: 30.2
Barrie took full advantage of the Edmonton PP and put up some of the best numbers in his career.
#98 Conor Garland (VAN, LW,RW) AGE: 25.6
Garland was having a solid season with a strong shot rate and good PP1 time. Hopefully this remains in Vancouver.
#99 Jeff Petry (MTL, D) AGE: 33.9
Petry started the season on fire but cooled off once Montreal started to slow down. Expect him to play at a level between his scorching hot and ice cold streaks.
#100 Chris Kreider (NYR, LW) AGE: 30.5
Playing with Zibanejad has given Kreider a healthy floor to build off of.
#101 Evander Kane (SJS, LW,RW) AGE: 30.2
Kane has been a shooting machine every year in the league and he continues his success from a season prior. His off-ice situation could be concerning.
#102 Zach Hyman (EDM, LW,RW) AGE: 29.4
Hyman is a solid fantasy contributor and he should remain one on the Oilers.
#103 Dominik Kubalik (CHI, LW,RW) AGE: 26.2
Kubalik's S% returned to reasonable levels and his scoring greatly reduced.
#104 Drake Batherson (OTT, RW) AGE: 23.5
Batherson put up a strong season, but playing on the Sens limits his offensive upside.
#105 Bo Horvat (VAN, C) AGE: 26.6
A strong shot rate and good PP time gives Horvat a solid floor to build upon.
#106 Alex Pietrangelo (VGK, D) AGE: 31.8
The move to Vegas heavily diminished his offensive production. Does not look like it will improve with Theodore around.
#107 Zach Werenski (CBJ, D) AGE: 24.3
Werenski S% fell and his overall production was poor before his season was cut short. He should have sole possession of Columbus' PP1 QB.
#108 Seth Jones (CHI, D) AGE: 27.1
Jones saw an uptick in shots and hits, but his points remain lackluster for his name value. He should step in as Chicago's PP1.
#109 Tim Stuetzle (OTT, LW) AGE: 19.8
The 2020 #3 overall pick put up a respectable rookie season. He has loads of potential.
#110 Quinton Byfield (LAK, C) AGE: 19.2
The 2020 #2 overall pick projects to be a beast in the NHL, but he may be a few years away from substantial deployment.
#111 Cole Caufield (MTL, RW) AGE: 20.8
One of the most hyped prospects in recent memory, Caufield projects to be a top scorer.
#112 Mike Hoffman (MTL, LW,RW) AGE: 31.9
Hoffman bounced between unrosterable to productive fantasy player this season. Montreal is the epitome of that.
#113 Darnell Nurse (EDM, D) AGE: 26.7
Nurse is another case of a D-man losing precious PP time and seeing their points suffer (only slightly in this case) because of it. Without top PP in Edmonton, Nurse will have limited offensive upside but he will continue to shoot and hit like a beast.
#114 Charlie McAvoy (BOS, D) AGE: 23.8
McAvoy's production will continue to be limited by his lack of PP time.
#115 Vladimir Tarasenko (STL, RW) AGE: 29.9
Tarasenko returned from his 3rd shoulder surgery and he played alright. His days as an elite scorer are most likely behind him.
#116 John Klingberg (DAL, D) AGE: 29.2
Klingberg had a nice bounceback season with some very heavy PP point totals. He should maintain good offensive numbers.
#117 Sean Monahan (CGY, C) AGE: 27.0
Monahan has declined the past 2 seasons and there does not seem to be a clear path to a bounceback.
#118 Jaden Schwartz (SEA, LW) AGE: 29.3
Schwartz production was slashed this season as he dealt with injuries. He should get more favourable deployment in Seattle.
#119 William Karlsson (VGK, C) AGE: 28.8
Karlsson probably won't be scoring 43 goals again, but he remains a solid fantasy asset.
#120 Robert Thomas (STL, C,RW) AGE: 22.3
Thomas has the talent to be a good fantasy producer but the opportunity hasn't come up yet.
#121 Joe Pavelski (DAL, C,RW) AGE: 37.3
Pavelski was one of the more surprising stories of the 2020-21 season as he bounced back in a big way.
#122 Samuel Girard (COL, D) AGE: 23.4
Girard is an gifted play driver that is stuck behind Cale Makar. Great talent, but upside is very capped.
#123 Logan Couture (SJS, C) AGE: 32.6
Couture and the Sharks are struggling and it doesn't look like it will get better.
#124 Carter Verhaeghe (FLO, C,LW) AGE: 26.2
Verhaeghe came out of nowhere to put up great numbers. Ended the season injured.
#125 Kaapo Kakko (NYR, RW) AGE: 20.7
Kakko had a strong sophomore season, but his fantasy upside is still limited in the crowded Rangers lineup.
#126 Mikhail Sergachev (TBL, D) AGE: 23.3
Sergachev's point upside will be limited with Hedman in Tampa Bay, but his offensive upside gives him a solid floor with a high ceiling.
#127 Ondrej Palat (TBL, LW) AGE: 30.6
Palat had a more defined role in the Tampa offense following Kucherov's injury. I would expect him to hover around 45-55 points once everyone is healthy.
#128 Tomas Tatar (NJD, LW,RW) AGE: 30.9
Tatar saw his ice-time and shots fall as he put up an underwhelming season.
#129 Timo Meier (SJS, LW,RW) AGE: 25.0
Meier saw his ice-time dip and his overall production decline. He could be a nice bounceback candidate if those return.
#130 Joel Farabee (PHI, LW,RW) AGE: 21.7
Farabee has a lot of upside, but his deployment in Philly makes it hard to rely on him.
#131 Marco Rossi (MIN, C) AGE: 20.1
Marco Rossi projects to be an offensive juggernaut and should have ample opportunity next season to play top 6 minutes on a shallow Minnesota offense.
#132 Pierre-Luc Dubois (WPJ, C) AGE: 23.3
Following his trade to the Jets, Dubois was lackluster and he saw his shots fall off.
#133 Rickard Rakell (ANA, LW,RW) AGE: 28.5
A high steady shot rate helps keep his floor steady.
#134 Nazem Kadri (COL, C) AGE: 31.0
Kadri's 2nd year in Colorado was not a fantasy friendly one as he lost his PP1 spot. If he remains off the top powerplay, his production is heavily capped.
#135 Nico Hischier (NJD, C) AGE: 22.8
Hischier missed the first half of the season with an injury and put up underwhelming numbers. New Jersey limits his fantasy upside.
#136 Andre Burakovsky (COL, LW,RW) AGE: 26.7
Burakovsky has the talent to perform well, but he is gated off from the stellar Colorado PP1.
#137 Miro Heiskanen (DAL, D) AGE: 22.3
Heiskanen is a great defenseman, but his fantasy upside is capped by the presence of Klingberg.
#138 Andrew Copp (WPJ, LW,RW) AGE: 27.3
Copp secured a more concrete role in the offense following the Laine trade and he played well.
#139 Anders Lee (NYI, LW) AGE: 31.3
An injury shortened season saw Lee keep up his strong shot rate. Could be a good buy low.
#140 Yanni Gourde (SEA, C,RW) AGE: 29.9
Gourde improved his shot and saw him bounceback. He will be relied upon heavily in Seattle.
#141 Matt Grzelcyk (BOS, D) AGE: 27.8
Grzelcyk struggled with injuries throughout the season but retained his QB spot on the lethal Boston PP.
#142 MacKenzie Weegar (FLO, D) AGE: 27.8
Weegar broke out following Ekblad's injury. Ig he can get a look at PP1, he should continue to produce.
#143 Dylan Strome (CHI, C,RW) AGE: 24.6
With Toews out, Strome did not take advantage of the opportunity.
#144 Brent Burns (SJS, D) AGE: 36.6
Age is catching up to Burns as all his stats are down across the board. Look to sell.
#145 Viktor Arvidsson (LAK, LW,RW) AGE: 28.5
Arvidsson's shot rate returned to pre-injury levels but his S% was far below his career average. Look for him to pot some more goals if he keeps up the shot pace.
#146 Jamie Benn (DAL, C,LW) AGE: 32.3
Benn saw a slight increase in points from a season prior, but his days as an Art Ross winner are long gone.
#147 Patric Hornqvist (FLO, RW) AGE: 34.8
Hornqvist maintained a stellar shot rate and healthy hit rate in his move to Florida as he was a fixture on the top PP.
#148 Anthony Duclair (FLO, LW,RW) AGE: 26.2
Duclair's production in Florida is limited by minimal PP exposure.
#149 Kirby Dach (CHI, C) AGE: 20.8
Dach has great upside and should have a more defined role next season.
#150 Noah Dobson (NYI, D) AGE: 21.8
Dobson started the season hot on the Islander's PP, but cooled off significantly. Once the opportunity sticks, he should succeed.
#151 Jesse Puljujarvi (EDM, RW) AGE: 23.5
Pool Party has stuck with McDavid most of the season but his lack of PP1 limits his upside.
#152 Brock Nelson (NYI, C) AGE: 30.0
Nelson's shots fell off a cliff and his scoring followed. Islanders offense limits his production.
#153 Ryan Pulock (NYI, D) AGE: 27.0
Pulock did not grab hold of the Isle's PP1 QB and he was snake bitten by a 1% S%. His shots, hits, and blocks give him a decent floor.
#154 Anthony Cirelli (TBL, C,RW) AGE: 24.3
Cirelli could not build off his 2019-20 season, but he should remain a decent fantasy player.
#155 T.J. Oshie (WSH, C,RW) AGE: 34.8
Oshie remains a consistent fixture in the Capitals top 6 and should continue putting up good numbers across the board.
#156 Adam Boqvist (CBJ, D) AGE: 21.2
Boqvist was traded to Columbus and he should be able to have favourable deployment on the PP.
#157 Kailer Yamamoto (EDM, RW) AGE: 23.1
Yamamoto greatly regressed and was stuck on the outside looking in with the Oilers PP.
#158 Alexander Radulov (DAL, LW,RW) AGE: 35.3
Radulov had a productive 11 games (12 points) before a season-ending injury.
#159 Jordan Kyrou (STL, C,RW) AGE: 23.5
Kyrou was an early season favourite but he couldn't sustain his pace throughout the season. His upside is great so keep an eye out for him.
#160 Max Comtois (ANA, LW,RW) AGE: 22.8
Comtois was a bright spot on the lackluster Ducks and should develop into a decent fantasy producer.
#161 Erik Karlsson (SJS, D) AGE: 31.4
The former fantasy defenseman king, Karlsson has struggled immensely with injuries the past couple of seasons. Karlsson's best days are behind him.
#162 Clayton Keller (ARI, LW,RW) AGE: 23.2
Arizona's system limits team offence, and Keller is no exception. Expect limited production unless he takes a massive step in his game.
#163 Kyle Palmieri (NYI, LW,RW) AGE: 30.7
Following his trade to the Island, Palmieri saw his offensive production disappear. Depending on where he signs in the off-season will clear up his value.
#164 Ryan Ellis (PHI, D) AGE: 30.8
With Josi in the mix in Nashville, Ellis will have limited PP exposure.
#165 Alex Killorn (TBL, LW,RW) AGE: 32.1
Killorn has a solid floor but does not have the PP deployment to be more productive.
#166 Jakub Voracek (CBJ, LW,RW) AGE: 32.2
Voracek's shots, and goals alike, plummeted in 2019-2020. He will continue to be a premier playmaker, but the limited goal output hurts his value.
#167 Nino Niederreiter (CAR, LW,RW) AGE: 29.1
Niederreiter had a strong bounceback season but his opportunities in Carolina on a deep Carolina team.
#168 Trevor Zegras (ANA, C,LW) AGE: 20.6
Zegras has a lot of talent and should be an offensive threat later in his career.
#169 Drew Doughty (LAK, D) AGE: 31.9
Doughty had a solid bounceback season, but his days of being a top tier fantasy blueliner are over.
#170 Alex Tuch (VGK, LW,RW) AGE: 25.5
Tuch scored goals in bunches but also had massive dry spells.
#171 James van Riemsdyk (PHI, LW) AGE: 32.5
JVR bounced back and kept his shots up. He is a solid floor play.
#172 Matt Dumba (MIN, D) AGE: 27.2
Dumba's lack of PP1 exposure stiffles his value.
#173 Denis Gurianov (DAL, LW,RW) AGE: 24.4
Gurianov saw his production slightly increase with a nice bump in playing time.
#174 Jared McCann (SEA, C,LW) AGE: 25.4
McCann excelled on PP1 with Malkin out, but he looks like the odd-man out in the future.
#175 Ivan Provorov (PHI, D) AGE: 24.8
Provorov's PP deployment was shaky throughout the season. Monitor it with caution.
#176 Reilly Smith (VGK, RW) AGE: 30.6
Smith's production disappeared completely.
#177 Jordan Eberle (SEA, RW) AGE: 31.4
Eberle should have great deployment in Seattle and will be relied upon to drive the offense.
#178 Jesperi Kotkaniemi (CAR, C,LW) AGE: 21.3
Kotkaniemi tooks large strides this season but still did not produce up to his 3rd overall status.
#179 Kasperi Kapanen (PIT, LW,RW) AGE: 25.3
Kapanen played well in his first year with Pittsburgh but it was buoyed by 17% S%.
#180 Jack Roslovic (CBJ, C,RW) AGE: 24.7
Roslovic played well in Columbus but his shot rate hurts him a lot.
#181 Jacob Trouba (NYR, D) AGE: 27.7
Trouba's point upside is pretty much gone, but he continues to put up stable shots, hits, and blocks.
#182 Adrian Kempe (LAK, LW,RW) AGE: 25.1
Kempe played well on the Kings PP but his deployment at even strength leaves a lot to be desired.
#183 Devon Toews (COL, D) AGE: 27.7
Toews is a great blueliner with a strong floor, but his lack of PP deployment hurts him.
#184 Joel Eriksson Ek (MIN, C) AGE: 24.7
JEE developed into a premier two-way player and provided a solid fantasy floor along with it.
#185 Nick Ritchie (TOR, LW) AGE: 25.9
The move to Toronto may spell bad news for Ritchie as he will most likely not have any PP time.
#186 Pavel Zacha (NJD, C,LW) AGE: 24.5
The former 6th overall pick had his best season yet.
#187 Jordan Greenway (MIN, LW,RW) AGE: 24.7
Greenway is a good playmaker, but is restricted by his poor shot rate.
#188 Colton Parayko (STL, D) AGE: 28.4
Parayko was dealing with an injury all season and his shots fell drastically. He should bounce back once healthy.
#189 Filip Hronek (DET, D) AGE: 24.0
Hronek carries decent shots and hits from and is a PP QB. Look for him to improve as Detroit completes its rebuild.
#190 Anthony Beauvillier (NYI, LW) AGE: 24.4
A solid point producer with decent upside.
#191 Alex Iafallo (LAK, LW) AGE: 27.8
Iafallo should remain a decent fantasy producer on the Kings
#192 Keith Yandle (PHI, D) AGE: 35.1
The move to Philly may allow Yandle to continue his good PP production.
#193 Josh Morrissey (WPJ, D) AGE: 26.6
Even with a long look on PP1, Morrissey failed to produce.
#194 Filip Zadina (DET, LW,RW) AGE: 21.9
Detroit is still in their rebuild and Zadina should be an important piece in the future.
#195 Michael Bunting (TOR, LW) AGE: 26.1
Bunting had a strong April fueled by a 30% S%.
#196 Evgenii Dadonov (VGK, LW,RW) AGE: 32.6
The move to Ottawa stifled all his fantasy production.
#197 Kevin Labanc (SJS, LW,RW) AGE: 25.9
Labanc slightly improved from 2019-2020 with an increase in ATOI.
#198 Jean-Gabriel Pageau (NYI, C) AGE: 28.9
Pageau saw his deployment tank but he remained a serviceable fantasy player.
#199 Tyler Bertuzzi (DET, LW,RW) AGE: 26.7
Bertuzzi missed most of the season following a hot 9 game start. Hopefully he can return to his regular production.
#200 Craig Smith (BOS, RW) AGE: 32.1
The move to Boston gave Smith the opportunity to showcase his finishing ability in the top 6.