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

Last updated: 10 January 2022 by Thomas Nestico
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#1 Connor McDavid (EDM, C) AGE: 25.4
McDavid is a cheat code. He'll be at the top of this list for a long time.
#2 Leon Draisaitl (EDM, C,LW) AGE: 26.6
Draisaitl and McDavid are going to tear up the league for many years.
#3 Nathan MacKinnon (COL, C) AGE: 26.7
MacKinnon has not slowed down one bit and still shoots at an insane pace. He's a monster.
#4 Auston Matthews (TOR, C) AGE: 24.7
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.
#5 Mikko Rantanen (COL, C,RW) AGE: 25.6
With Colorado's bright future, Rantanen should undoubtedly continue his exceptional play.
#6 David Pastrnak (BOS, RW) AGE: 26.0
Pasta has been pretty lackluster this season, but he is still shooting at an elite rate. His luck should bounce back.
#7 Mitchell Marner (TOR, RW) AGE: 25.1
Marner is among the best playmakers in the league and will continue to be a dynamic fantasy player on the star-studded Leafs.
#8 Nikita Kucherov (TBL, RW) AGE: 28.9
Kucherov has missed a lot of time the past 2 seasons, but he is an MVP candidate when healthy.
#9 Artemi Panarin (NYR, LW) AGE: 30.6
Panarin has continued to play exceptionally well in New York.
#10 Sebastian Aho (CAR, C) AGE: 24.8
One of the most consistent players in the league, look for Aho to remain a fantasy stud.
#11 Cale Makar (COL, D) AGE: 23.6
Makar has proven himself to be the best fantasy blueliner. This should last many seasons.
#12 Jonathan Huberdeau (FLO, LW) AGE: 29.0
3 straight fantastic seasons for Huberdeau has elevated him into top 20 territory where he should continue to remain.
#13 Brad Marchand (BOS, LW) AGE: 34.0
Marchand seems to improve as he gets older. No signs of him slowing down.
#14 Aleksander Barkov (FLO, C) AGE: 26.7
Barkov was playing at his normal pace before suffering multiple injuries.
#15 Brady Tkachuk (OTT, LW) AGE: 22.7
Brady's blistering shots and hits make him a very unique fantasy player, and his points are coming.
#16 Kirill Kaprizov (MIN, LW,RW) AGE: 25.1
Kaprizov has been a force since coming over from the KHL.
#17 Jack Eichel (VGK, C) AGE: 25.6
Eichel is now in Vegas and his improved teammates should help his production. He may start slow coming off neck surgery.
#18 Jake Guentzel (PIT, LW,RW) AGE: 27.6
Guentzel was playing well without Crosby before he got injured.
#19 Mark Stone (VGK, RW) AGE: 30.0
Stone is a great playmaker, but his lack of shots limits his goal totals.
#20 Sidney Crosby (PIT, C) AGE: 34.8
Crosby started off slowly, but he has returned to form in the past few weeks.
#21 Andrei Svechnikov (CAR, LW,RW) AGE: 22.2
Svech started the season hot, but his deployment became much worse as the season progressed. He's too good to be in the doghouse too long.
#22 Alex Ovechkin (WSH, LW) AGE: 36.7
Ovi has been a beast this season. He's gunning for that goal record, but his time is ticking.
#23 Patrick Kane (CHI, RW) AGE: 33.5
Kane is still a great playmaker and shooter, but his age makes him less appealing.
#24 John Tavares (TOR, C) AGE: 31.7
Tavares is Mr. Reliable. He should hover around a point-per-game.
#25 Gabriel Landeskog (COL, C,LW) AGE: 29.5
Landeskog has produced this season without MacKinnon or Rantanen and is even better when he plays with them.
#26 Adam Fox (NYR, D) AGE: 24.3
Fox is making a good case to win back-to-back Norris trophies as the best D-man in the league.
#27 Victor Hedman (TBL, D) AGE: 31.4
Among the most consistent D in the league, Hedman quarterbacks the fantastic Tampa powerplay.
#28 Mark Scheifele (WPJ, C) AGE: 29.2
Scheif has been on fire lately, and he should be back to his point per game form shortly.
#29 Brayden Point (TBL, C,RW) AGE: 26.2
Point is a better real-life player than fantasy player, but he is still a great producer when he's not injured.
#30 Steven Stamkos (TBL, C,RW) AGE: 32.3
Large injury concerns surround Stamkos, but his lethal shot and his phenomenal line mates make him a threat whenever he is on the ice.
#31 Mika Zibanejad (NYR, C) AGE: 29.1
Mika is shooting a bit less than normal, but is still putting up a decent season.
#32 Matthew Tkachuk (CGY, LW,RW) AGE: 24.5
Tkachuk has been a great two-way player this season but has cooled off lately.
#33 Max Pacioretty (VGK, LW) AGE: 33.5
Patches is shooting a ton and scoring at a blistering pace.
#34 Kyle Connor (WPJ, LW) AGE: 25.5
If Winnipeg's PP becomes more effective, Connor can be a consistent 40+ goal scorer.
#35 John Carlson (WSH, D) AGE: 32.4
Carlson has continued to be an elite fantasy dman.
#36 J.T. Miller (VAN, C,LW) AGE: 29.2
Miller has been a fantastic producer even when the Canucks were in shambles.
#37 Elias Lindholm (CGY, C,RW) AGE: 27.5
Lindholm has been a very consistent producer since his trade to Calgary.
#38 Roman Josi (NSH, D) AGE: 32.0
Josi has had an awesome bounceback season and is still shooting at an elite rate.
#39 Elias Pettersson (VAN, C,LW) AGE: 23.5
Pette has been awful this season, but things are looking up in Vancouver with Boudreau as the coach.
#40 Alex DeBrincat (CHI, LW,RW) AGE: 24.4
DeBrincat and Chicago has been pretty lackluster to start the season.
#41 Roope Hintz (DAL, C,LW) AGE: 25.5
Roope started the season terribly with 0 goals and 2 points in 11 games, but since Robertson returned from injury, he's been on an absolute heater. He looks legit.
#42 Johnny Gaudreau (CGY, LW,RW) AGE: 28.8
Gaudreau has turned it around and improved his shot totals.
#43 Evgeny Kuznetsov (WSH, C) AGE: 30.0
Kuzy worried me before the season, but he has had a resurgence with Ovi.
#44 Nikolaj Ehlers (WPJ, LW,RW) AGE: 26.3
Ehlers is shooting like a madman and has had a small resurgence following Paul Maurice's resignation.
#45 Quinn Hughes (VAN, D) AGE: 22.6
He and Makar will be fighting for the defenseman point lead for many years to come.
#46 William Nylander (TOR, LW,RW) AGE: 26.1
With the Leafs core signed long-term, Nylander has all the tools to continue to improve.
#47 Dylan Larkin (DET, C) AGE: 25.8
Larkin and Raymond have been an awesome duo this season and both have benefited.
#48 Jason Robertson (DAL, LW) AGE: 22.8
Robertson is the glue that holds Dallas' first line together.
#49 Anze Kopitar (LAK, C) AGE: 34.8
Kopitar is staying consistent. His bread and butter.
#50 Aaron Ekblad (FLO, D) AGE: 26.3
Ekblad returned from injury and didn't miss a beat.
#51 Shea Theodore (VGK, D) AGE: 26.8
Theodore has woken up lately and should remain a strong point scoring dman. His declining shot rate is unfortunate.
#52 Patrice Bergeron (BOS, C) AGE: 36.8
Bergeron is still a very strong producer, but he may call it a career soon.
#53 Ryan Nugent-Hopkins (EDM, C,LW) AGE: 29.1
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.
#54 Ryan O'Reilly (STL, C) AGE: 31.3
ROR has been pedestrian this season and there are not many indicators that he will bounceback.
#55 Patrik Laine (CBJ, LW,RW) AGE: 24.1
Laine had a great start to the season, but an injury has kept him out for most of it.
#56 Filip Forsberg (NSH, LW) AGE: 27.8
Forsberg has had a handful of big games this season and a laughably high S%. He should decline back to his career norm.
#57 Ryan Strome (NYR, C,RW) AGE: 28.9
Playing with Panarin has revitalized Strome's career, and he shows no signs of slowing down.
#58 Dougie Hamilton (NJD, D) AGE: 28.9
Dougie has maintained his elite peripheral production, but his points are lacking with the move to New Jersey.
#59 Sean Couturier (PHI, C) AGE: 29.5
Couturier countered his best shooting season with his worst. He should have a few more goals but his Philly teammates do not help him.
#60 Mathew Barzal (NYI, C) AGE: 25.0
The former Calder winner has not been able to match his outstanding rookie season, but remains a solid fantasy asset.
#61 Drake Batherson (OTT, RW) AGE: 24.1
Batherson has been a pleasant surprise this season.
#62 Timo Meier (SJS, LW,RW) AGE: 25.6
Meier has taken advantage of his new-found deployment and has put up an amazing season so far.
#63 Claude Giroux (PHI, C,LW,RW) AGE: 34.4
Age may be catching up to him, but his durability (missed 10 games in 12 seasons) make him a reliable fantasy asset.
#64 Bryan Rust (PIT, LW,RW) AGE: 30.0
Rust has proven himself to be a top 6 forward on the Penguins but injuries have held him back.
#65 Tom Wilson (WSH, RW) AGE: 28.2
Wilson is solid fantasy player that contributes a lot of hits. His lack of discipline causes him to miss multiple games each season.
#66 Charlie McAvoy (BOS, D) AGE: 24.4
McAvoy's production has improved since he took over top PP in Boston.
#67 Evgeni Malkin (PIT, C) AGE: 35.8
Malkin can still play at an elite level, but his injuries limit his availability.
#68 David Perron (STL, LW,RW) AGE: 34.0
Perron has missed a lot of time with injuries this year, but his production rate has remained constant.
#69 Brock Boeser (VAN, RW) AGE: 25.2
Boeser has played much better under Boudreau. Hopefully this continues.
#70 Nick Suzuki (MTL, C,RW) AGE: 22.8
Suzuki started off the season hot, but he's gone cold. He has the talent to blossom into a fantasy stud.
#71 Nicklas Backstrom (WSH, C) AGE: 34.5
One of the most consistent playmakers of his generation will continue to steer one of the most lethal powerplays for the next 3 years. He's finally back!
#72 Sam Reinhart (FLO, C,RW) AGE: 26.6
Reinhart's production has stayed steady in Florida.
#73 Pavel Buchnevich (STL, LW,RW) AGE: 27.1
Buch started slow, but he's been on fire lately, matching his production from last season.
#74 Alex Pietrangelo (VGK, D) AGE: 32.4
Pietrangelo started slow, but he has started to produce lately.
#75 Vladimir Tarasenko (STL, RW) AGE: 30.5
Tarasenko proved me wrong as he's put up his best season in years. I am still worried about his shoulder.
#76 Pierre-Luc Dubois (WPJ, C) AGE: 23.9
Dubois seems comfortable in Winnipeg as he's bounced back hard.
#77 Jonathan Marchessault (VGK, C,LW,RW) AGE: 31.4
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.
#78 Jack Hughes (NJD, C,LW) AGE: 21.0
Hughes has shown glimpses of greatness, but he hasn't been able to finish his chances. His time will come soon.
#79 Morgan Rielly (TOR, D) AGE: 28.2
With full control of the PP1 in Toronto, Rielly has lived up to fantastic 2018-19 season.
#80 Sam Bennett (FLO, C,LW) AGE: 25.9
Bennett has been really good since he got to Florida and he's had great deployment. He should be a staple on the top 6 for a few more seasons.
#81 Chris Kreider (NYR, LW,RW) AGE: 31.1
Playing with Zibanejad has given Kreider a healthy floor to build off of, but his comical S% is set to plummet.
#82 Trevor Zegras (ANA, C,LW) AGE: 21.2
Zegras has a lot of talent and should be an offensive threat later in his career.
#83 Lucas Raymond (DET, LW,RW) AGE: 20.2
Raymond has slowed down, but still is the favourite to win the Calder.
#84 Teuvo Teravainen (CAR, LW,RW) AGE: 27.7
Teravainen has had a nice bounce back this season.
#85 Kevin Fiala (MIN, LW,RW) AGE: 25.8
Fiala owners have a love-hate relationship with him. His high shots and low goal totals make his a prime candidate for some positive regression.
#86 Vincent Trocheck (CAR, C) AGE: 28.9
Trocheck's production fell, but he's still a solid contributor.
#87 Brayden Schenn (STL, C,LW,RW) AGE: 30.8
Schenn's shot rate and deployment got slashed and his production has been terrible this season.
#88 Nazem Kadri (COL, C) AGE: 31.6
Kadri went on a massive point streak as is among the league leaders in points. He should fall back to earth, but it's fun to be on for the ride.
#89 Rasmus Dahlin (BUF, D) AGE: 22.1
Dahlin has had a nice return to form this season. He should continue to improve.
#90 Anthony Mantha (WSH, LW,RW) AGE: 27.7
Mantha was poised to have a spot in Washington's top 6, but surgery will make that wait.
#91 Seth Jones (CHI, D) AGE: 27.6
Jones has been a solid point getter on Chicago's PP1.
#92 Conor Garland (VAN, LW,RW) AGE: 26.2
Garland has been much better as of late and has been given better deployment under Boudreau.
#93 Thomas Chabot (OTT, D) AGE: 25.3
As Ottawa improves, Chabot will have more opportunities to be a driving force in the offense.
#94 Ryan Hartman (MIN, C,RW) AGE: 27.7
What Hartman has been doing this season has been hard to ignore. He's a high volume shooter that players with Kaprizov.
#95 Alexis Lafreniere (NYR, LW,RW) AGE: 20.6
Laf has been underwhelming, but he is still very young. Target him when rebuilding.
#96 Neal Pionk (WPJ, D) AGE: 26.8
Pionk started the season hot but slowed down. He has retaken PP1 so look to him to return to form.
#97 Brendan Gallagher (MTL, RW) AGE: 30.1
Gallagher has been oft-injured this season and has been underwhelming like the rest of Montreal.
#98 Martin Necas (CAR, C,RW) AGE: 23.4
Necas has not taken the next step as many were hoping, but he's still a serviceable fantasy player.
#99 Tomas Hertl (SJS, C,LW) AGE: 28.5
Hertl has taken a step back this season but still remains a solid contributor.
#100 Tyler Seguin (DAL, C,RW) AGE: 30.3
Segion has been awful this season. Don't expect him to return to his all-star form.
#101 Zach Hyman (EDM, LW,RW) AGE: 30.0
Hyman is a solid fantasy contributor and he should remain one on the Oilers.
#102 Zach Werenski (CBJ, D) AGE: 24.9
Werenski is a a solid PP1 that continues to shoot in bunches.
#103 Josh Norris (OTT, C) AGE: 23.1
Norris has developed into a great player and his fantasy production has followed.
#104 Joe Pavelski (DAL, C,RW) AGE: 37.9
Pavelski has continued his great play on Dallas' top line. Questions loom about his potential retirement after this season.
#105 Logan Couture (SJS, C) AGE: 33.2
Couture has had a nice start to this season as the Sharks look better.
#106 Andre Burakovsky (COL, LW,RW) AGE: 27.3
Burakovsky has the talent to perform well, but he is gated off from the stellar Colorado PP1.
#107 Jordan Kyrou (STL, C,LW,RW) AGE: 24.1
Kyrou started this season similar to last with a nice hot streak. He's cooled down lately but should be a consistent source of points.
#108 Torey Krug (STL, D) AGE: 31.1
The move to St. Louis hurt Krug's production. Steering the St. Louis powerplay gives him a nice ceiling.
#109 Kris Letang (PIT, D) AGE: 35.1
Letang has been relatively healthy the past few seasons and has been great.
#110 Andrew Copp (WPJ, C,LW,RW) AGE: 27.9
Copp secured a more concrete role in the offense following the Laine trade and he played well.
#111 Victor Olofsson (BUF, LW,RW) AGE: 26.9
Olofsson has been a pleasant surprise on the struggling sabres.
#112 Taylor Hall (BOS, LW) AGE: 30.5
Taylor Hall's reign as a fantasy star is over.
#113 Jakub Vrana (DET, LW) AGE: 26.2
Vrana was a breakout candidate for many this season, but his season was delayed by shoulder surgery.
#114 Mikael Granlund (NSH, C,RW) AGE: 30.2
Granlund and Nashville have seen a resurgence. He is a playmaking machine.
#115 Tony DeAngelo (CAR, D) AGE: 26.6
Tony D may be a PR nightmare, but his PP1 deployment and fantasy production has been hard to ignore.
#116 Tyson Barrie (EDM, D) AGE: 30.8
Barrie took full advantage of the Edmonton PP and put up some of the best numbers in his career.
#117 Bo Horvat (VAN, C) AGE: 27.1
A strong shot rate and good PP time gives Horvat a solid floor to build upon.
#118 Darnell Nurse (EDM, D) AGE: 27.3
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.
#119 Robert Thomas (STL, C,RW) AGE: 22.9
Thomas has had a mini-breakout this season, but his lack of shots limit his upside a ton.
#120 Ondrej Palat (TBL, LW) AGE: 31.2
Palat had a more defined role in the Tampa offense following Kucherov injury.
#121 Anthony Duclair (FLO, LW,RW) AGE: 26.7
Duclair's production in Florida is limited by minimal PP exposure.
#122 Moritz Seider (DET, D) AGE: 21.1
Seider has had a great start to his rookie season and should remain an exciting player for years to come.
#123 Jesse Puljujarvi (EDM, RW) AGE: 24.1
Pool Party has stuck with McDavid most of the season but his lack of PP1 limits his upside.
#124 Alex Killorn (TBL, LW,RW) AGE: 32.7
Killorn has a solid floor but does not have the PP deployment to be more productive.
#125 Drew Doughty (LAK, D) AGE: 32.5
Doughty has had a strong start to the season and he is looking like high tier fantasy blueliner again.
#126 Miro Heiskanen (DAL, D) AGE: 22.9
Heiskanen is a great defenseman, but his fantasy upside is capped by the presence of Klingberg.
#127 Carter Verhaeghe (FLO, C,LW) AGE: 26.8
Verhaeghe has continued his strong production from last season.
#128 Chandler Stephenson (VGK, C,LW,RW) AGE: 28.1
Stephenson has been a staple on Vegas' top line and his production this season has been great.
#129 Troy Terry (ANA, RW) AGE: 24.7
Terry's point streak to start the season was exciting, and despite a dry spell, he is hovering around a point per game.
#130 Tyler Toffoli (MTL, LW,RW) AGE: 30.1
Toffoli is a heavy volume shooter and the move to Montreal helped him showcase his scoring touch.
#131 Tim Stuetzle (NYR, C,LW) AGE: 20.4
The 2020 #3 overall pick put up a respectable rookie season. He has loads of potential.
#132 Quinton Byfield (LA, C) AGE: 19.8
The 2020 #2 overall pick projects to be a beast in the NHL, but he may be a few years away from substantial deployment.
#133 Cole Caufield (MTL, LW,RW) AGE: 21.4
Caufield has had a season to forget following a demotion to the AHL. His upside is still high.
#134 MacKenzie Weegar (FLO, D) AGE: 28.4
Weegar broke out following Ekblad's injury last season and has remained a good fantasy defenseman since.
#135 Erik Karlsson (SJS, D) AGE: 32.0
The former fantasy defenseman king, Karlsson has struggled immensely with injuries the past couple of seasons but he is looking like his old self this season.
#136 Tyler Bertuzzi (DET, LW,RW) AGE: 27.2
Bertuzzi started the season off hotter than anyone else, but his production took a nosedive.
#137 John Klingberg (DAL, D) AGE: 29.8
Klingberg had a nice bounceback season with some very heavy PP point totals. He should maintain good offensive numbers.
#138 Blake Wheeler (WPJ, C,RW) AGE: 35.7
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.
#139 Travis Konecny (PHI, RW) AGE: 25.2
Konecny's production tanked this season as all of Philly went cold. The Philly coaching change may assist him.
#140 Clayton Keller (ARI, LW,RW) AGE: 23.8
Arizona's system limits team offence, and Keller is no exception. Expect limited production unless he takes a massive step in his game.
#141 Devon Toews (COL, D) AGE: 28.3
Toews is a great blueliner with a strong floor, but his lack of PP deployment hurts him. His production this season is otherworldly.
#142 Andrew Mangiapane (CGY, LW,RW) AGE: 26.1
Mangiapane has turned into a great scorer, but his S% is ridiculously high.
#143 Evan Rodrigues (PIT, C,LW,RW) AGE: 28.8
Rodrigues has been great beside Crosby this season and shoots a lot.
#144 Matt Duchene (NSH, C,RW) AGE: 31.4
Duchene's massive contract is not looking so bad after his great production this season.
#145 Oliver Bjorkstrand (CBJ, LW,RW) AGE: 27.1
Bjorkstrand's breakout didn't happen, but he remained a productive player on the offense-deprived Blue Jackets.
#146 Dominik Kubalik (CHI, LW,RW) AGE: 26.8
Kubalik has been a disappointment. His stats are down across the board.
#147 Jaden Schwartz (SEA, LW) AGE: 29.9
Schwartz has received more favourable deployment in Seattle.
#148 William Karlsson (VGK, C,LW) AGE: 29.4
Karlsson probably won't be scoring 43 goals again, but he remains a solid fantasy asset.
#149 Anthony Cirelli (TBL, C,RW) AGE: 24.9
Cirelli looks like his 2019-2020 self again.
#150 Samuel Girard (COL, D) AGE: 24.0
Girard is an gifted play driver that is stuck behind Cale Makar. Great talent, but upside is very capped.
#151 Kaapo Kakko (NYR, RW) AGE: 21.3
Kakko had a strong sophomore season, but his fantasy upside is still limited in the crowded Rangers lineup.
#152 Ryan Johansen (NSH, C) AGE: 29.8
Johansen is looking like his old self, but his shooting percentage is unsustainably high.
#153 Mikhail Sergachev (TBL, D) AGE: 23.9
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.
#154 Tomas Tatar (NJD, LW,RW) AGE: 31.5
Tatar saw his ice-time and shots fall as he put up an underwhelming season.
#155 Rasmus Andersson (CGY, D) AGE: 25.6
Andersson has been on-and-off of Calgary's PP1 this season, and has put up respectable numbers.
#156 Jakob Chychrun (ARI, D) AGE: 24.2
Chychrun has had a very poor start to the season with his league lowest +/-
#157 Jeff Petry (MTL, D) AGE: 34.5
Petry has been terrible this season. He remains Montreal's best Dman, but that does not mean much this season.
#158 Joel Farabee (PHI, C,LW,RW) AGE: 22.2
Farabee has a lot of upside, but his deployment in Philly makes it hard to rely on him.
#159 Marco Rossi (MIN, C) AGE: 20.7
Marco Rossi projects to be an offensive juggernaut but he's still trapped in the AHL.
#160 Rickard Rakell (ANA, LW,RW) AGE: 29.1
A high steady shot rate helps keep his floor steady.
#161 Nico Hischier (NJD, C) AGE: 23.4
Hischier has yet to take the next step.
#162 Anders Lee (NYI, LW) AGE: 31.9
Lee stopped shooting a lot and his production has fallen off as a result.
#163 Noah Dobson (NYI, D) AGE: 22.4
Dobson started the season hot on the Islander's PP, but cooled off significantly. Once the opportunity sticks, he should succeed.
#164 Yanni Gourde (SEA, C,RW) AGE: 30.4
Gourde improved his shot and saw him bounceback. He will be relied upon heavily in Seattle.
#165 Matt Dumba (MIN, D) AGE: 27.8
Dumba's lack of PP1 exposure stifles his value.
#166 Jacob Trouba (NYR, D) AGE: 28.2
Trouba's point upside is pretty much gone, but he continues to put up stable shots, hits, and blocks.
#167 Jared Spurgeon (MIN, D) AGE: 32.5
Spurgeon (when healthy) QBs Minny's PP. He has a solid floor.
#168 Mats Zuccarello (MIN, RW) AGE: 34.7
Zuccarello has slithered his way into a point-per-game season.
#169 Oliver Wahlstrom (NYI, RW) AGE: 21.9
Wahlstrom is an exciting player, but Trotz refuses to play him at all.
#170 Dylan Strome (CHI, C,RW) AGE: 25.2
With Toews out, Strome did not take advantage of the opportunity.
#171 Viktor Arvidsson (LAK, LW,RW) AGE: 29.1
Arvidsson continues to shoot a lot, but his S% remains low.
#172 Jamie Benn (DAL, C,LW) AGE: 32.9
Benn's days as an Art Ross winner are long gone.
#173 Joel Eriksson Ek (MIN, C) AGE: 25.3
JEE developed into a premier two-way player and provided a solid fantasy floor along with it.
#174 Kirby Dach (CHI, C,RW) AGE: 21.3
Dach has great upside and may play alongside Kane and/or DeBrincat
#175 Evander Kane (SJ, LW,RW) AGE: 30.8
Kane has been a shooting machine every year in the league and he continues his success from a season prior. His off-ice situation is concerning.
#176 Mike Hoffman (MTL, LW,RW) AGE: 32.5
Hoffman bounced between unrosterable to productive fantasy player this season. Montreal is the epitome of that.
#177 Sean Monahan (CGY, C) AGE: 27.6
Monahan has declined the past 2 seasons and there does not seem to be a clear path to a bounceback.
#178 Brent Burns (SJS, D) AGE: 37.2
Age is catching up to Burns as all his stats are down across the board. Look to sell.
#179 Filip Hronek (DET, D) AGE: 24.6
Hronek carries decent shots and hits. Look for him to improve as Detroit completes its rebuild.
#180 Ondrej Kase (TOR, RW) AGE: 26.5
Kase (like Bunting) is a product of his environment in Toronto.
#181 Michael Bunting (TOR, LW) AGE: 26.7
Bunting's production relies heavily upon who he plays with in Toronto.
#182 Ivan Barbashev (STL, C,LW,RW) AGE: 26.4
Barbashev has had some nice deployment this season and his production has been driven by his high S%.
#183 Marcus Foligno (MIN, LW,RW) AGE: 30.8
Foligno's league leading S% (28.3%) needs to come down.
#184 Ryan Pulock (NYI, D) AGE: 27.6
Pulock did not grab hold of the Isle's PP1 QB. His shots, hits, and blocks give him a decent floor.
#185 T.J. Oshie (WSH, C,RW) AGE: 35.4
Oshie remains a consistent fixture in the Capitals top 6 and should continue putting up good numbers across the board.
#186 Adam Boqvist (CBJ, D) AGE: 21.8
Boqvist was traded to Columbus and he should be able to have favourable deployment on the PP.
#187 Kailer Yamamoto (EDM, RW) AGE: 23.7
Yamamoto greatly regressed and was stuck on the outside looking in with the Oilers PP.
#188 Alexander Radulov (DAL, LW,RW) AGE: 35.9
Radulov has been mostly converted into a PP specialist, but he still can't seem to get points.
#189 Max Comtois (ANA, LW,RW) AGE: 23.4
Comtois was a bright spot on the lackluster Ducks and should develop into a decent fantasy producer.
#190 Ryan Ellis (PHI, D) AGE: 31.4
Ellis has dealt with a lot of injuries, but he may have the chance to get PP1 time in Philly.
#191 Jakub Voracek (CBJ, LW,RW) AGE: 32.8
Voracek's shots, and goals alike, are still low. He will continue to be a premier playmaker, but the limited goal output hurts his value.
#192 Nino Niederreiter (CAR, LW,RW) AGE: 29.7
Niederreiter's opportunities are limited in Carolina on a deep Carolina team.
#193 Alex Tuch (BUF, LW,RW) AGE: 26.0
Tuch should have better deployment on a much worse tam in Buffalo.
#194 James van Riemsdyk (PHI, LW,RW) AGE: 33.1
JVR has fallen back to earth.
#195 Denis Gurianov (DAL, LW,RW) AGE: 25.0
Gurianov saw his production slightly increase with a nice bump in playing time.
#196 Jared McCann (SEA, C,LW) AGE: 26.0
McCann is one of the better producers in Seattle.
#197 Ivan Provorov (PHI, D) AGE: 25.4
Provorov's PP deployment was shaky throughout the season. Monitor it with caution.
#198 Reilly Smith (VGK, RW) AGE: 31.2
Smith's production disappeared completely.
#199 Jordan Eberle (SEA, RW) AGE: 32.0
Eberle should have great deployment in Seattle and will be relied upon to drive the offense.
#200 Shayne Gostisbehere (ARI, D) AGE: 29.1
Ghost Bear has bounced back nicely in Arizona. He most likely has a new time come the deadline.