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NHL.com fantasy hockey insiders Matt Cubeta, Pete Jensen, and Matt Sitkoff have constructed a pool of players who they believe are the top 275 in standard Yahoo leagues. The writers then went their separate ways and individually ranked those assets based on a number of factors, including but not limited to offseason moves, position eligibility, line combinations, category coverage or lack thereof, contract situations, and statistical performance from previous seasons.

These rankings should be viewed as our experts' opinionated projections of the NHL's most valuable fantasy players based on expectations entering this season. They should be used as a basis of reference when making your educated selections on draft day.

NOTES: Standard fantasy hockey leagues include a 6x4 category scoring system: goals, assists, plus-minus, power-play points, shots on goal, penalty minutes, goalie wins, goals-against average, save percentage and shutouts. ... Positions are based on eligibility in Yahoo leagues. ... Fantasy insiders submitted these rankings Wednesday, Aug. 27.

Our consensus rankings are listed below. Please visit the broadband version of NHL.com for full position-by-position breakdown and sortable tables.

NHL.COM'S TOP 275 OVERALL FANTASY RANKINGS

1 Sidney Crosby, C
2 Steven Stamkos, C
3 Corey Perry, RW
4 Evgeni Malkin, C/RW
5 Ryan Getzlaf, C
6 Alex Ovechkin, RW
7 John Tavares, C
8 Claude Giroux, C/RW
9 Tuukka Rask, G
10 Patrick Kane, C/RW
11 Henrik Lundqvist, G
12 Jamie Benn, LW
13 Tyler Seguin, C/RW
14 Phil Kessel, RW
15 Jonathan Toews, C
16 P.K. Subban, D
17 Anze Kopitar, C
18 Jonathan Quick, G
19 Erik Karlsson, D
20 Taylor Hall, LW/C
21 Joe Pavelski, LW/C
22 Chris Kunitz, LW
23 Patrick Sharp, LW/C
24 Nathan MacKinnon, C/RW
25 Nicklas Backstrom, C
26 Ben Bishop, G
27 Pavel Datsyuk, LW/C
28 Carey Price, G
29 Henrik Zetterberg, LW/C
30 Shea Weber, D
31 Matt Duchene, LW/C
32 Logan Couture, LW/C
33 Patrice Bergeron, C
34 Zach Parise, LW
35 David Backes, C/RW
36 Sergei Bobrovsky, G
37 Jason Spezza, C
38 Max Pacioretty, LW
39 Duncan Keith, D
40 Semyon Varlamov, G
41 Eric Staal, C
42 Marian Hossa, RW
43 Daniel Sedin, LW
44 Wayne Simmonds, RW
45 Joe Thornton, C
46 Gabriel Landeskog, LW
47 Patrick Marleau, LW/C
48 Martin St. Louis, RW
49 Drew Doughty, D
50 Rick Nash, LW/RW
51 Marc-Andre Fleury, G
52 Ryan Johansen, C/RW
53 Marian Gaborik, RW
54 Henrik Sedin, C
55 Cory Schneider, G
56 Kari Lehtonen, G
57 Alex Pietrangelo, D
58 Thomas Vanek, LW/RW
59 Corey Crawford, G
60 Victor Hedman, D
61 Pekka Rinne, G
62 Jakub Voracek, RW
63 Ryan McDonagh, D
64 Zdeno Chara, D
65 Dustin Byfuglien, RW/D
66 Antti Niemi, G
67 Kyle Okposo, RW
68 Milan Lucic, LW
69 David Krejci, C
70 Keith Yandle, D
71 Jarome Iginla, RW
72 Oliver Ekman-Larsson, D
73 Ryan Kesler, C/RW
74 James van Riemsdyk, LW
75 Blake Wheeler, RW
76 Kris Letang, D
77 James Neal, LW/RW
78 Alexander Steen, LW/C
79 Mark Giordano, D
80 Bobby Ryan, LW/RW
81 Jonathan Drouin, LW
82 Ryan Suter, D
83 Paul Stastny, C
84 Patric Hornqvist, RW
85 Jeff Carter, C/RW
86 Brian Elliott, G
87 Evander Kane, LW
88 Ryan O'Reilly, LW/C
89 Kevin Shattenkirk, D
90 Jordan Eberle, RW
91 T.J. Oshie, C/RW
92 Kyle Turris, C
93 Roberto Luongo, G
94 Mike Smith, G
95 John Gibson, G
96 Gustav Nyquist, C/RW
97 Jeff Skinner, LW/RW
98 Ryan Miller, G
99 Derek Stepan, C
100 Jaromir Jagr, RW
101 Jason Pominville, RW
102 Mikko Koivu, C
103 Braden Holtby, G
104 Brandon Dubinsky, LW/C
105 Steve Mason, G
106 Bryan Little, C/RW
107 Jimmy Howard, G
108 David Perron, LW/RW
109 Evgeny Kuznetsov, C
110 James Wisniewski, D
111 Christian Ehrhoff, D
112 Jaden Schwartz, LW
113 Loui Eriksson, LW/RW
114 Niklas Kronwall, D
115 Alex Goligoski, D
116 Valeri Nichushkin, RW
117 Brad Marchand, LW
118 Mats Zuccarello, LW
119 Tomas Hertl, LW
120 Brandon Saad, LW/RW
121 Torey Krug, D
122 Jonathan Bernier, G
123 Chris Kreider, LW
124 Andrew Ladd, LW
125 Radim Vrbata, RW
126 Ondrej Palat, LW
127 Ryan Nugent-Hopkins, C
128 Brent Seabrook, D
129 Joffrey Lupul, LW/RW
130 Alexander Semin, LW/RW
131 Mike Green, D
132 Cam Fowler, D
133 Jaroslav Halak, G
134 Scott Hartnell, LW
135 Brent Burns, RW/D
136 Tyson Barrie, D
137 Matt Moulson, LW
138 Pascal Dupuis, LW/RW
139 Anton Khudobin, G
140 Mikael Granlund, C
141 Vladimir Tarasenko, RW
142 Ales Hemsky, RW
143 Mike Cammalleri, LW/C
144 Andrei Markov, D
145 Dion Phaneuf, D
146 Valtteri Filppula, LW/C
147 Brayden Schenn, LW/C
148 Matt Niskanen, D
149 Nazem Kadri, C
150 Jacob Trouba, D
151 Mark Streit, D
152 Mark Scheifele, C
153 Clarke MacArthur, LW
154 Cody Hodgson, C/RW
155 Frederik Andersen, G
156 Shane Doan, LW/RW
157 Reilly Smith, RW
158 Jonathan Huberdeau, LW/C
159 Dougie Hamilton, D
160 Patrik Elias, LW/C
161 Dan Boyle, D
162 Josh Harding, G
163 Alex Galchenyuk, LW/C
164 Tyler Johnson, C
165 Mikkel Boedker, LW
166 Roman Josi, D
167 Justin Schultz, D
168 Justin Williams, RW
169 Jake Allen, G
170 Craig Smith, C/RW
171 Ryan Callahan, RW
172 Erik Johnson, D
173 Derick Brassard, C
174 Jonas Hiller, G
175 Ben Scrivens, G
176 Jiri Hudler, LW/RW
177 Craig Anderson, G
178 Johan Franzen, LW/RW
179 Andrej Sekera, D
180 Brendan Gallagher, RW
181 Tyler Bozak, C
182 Tyler Toffoli, RW
183 Jason Garrison, D
184 Nathan Horton, RW
185 Slava Voynov, D
186 Sam Gagner, C/RW
187 Mike Ribeiro, C
188 Jay Bouwmeester, D
189 Ondrej Pavelec, G
190 Hampus Lindholm, D
191 Alex Stalock, G
192 Brad Richards, LW/C
193 Brian Campbell, D
194 John Carlson, D
195 Nick Bonino, C
196 Jake Muzzin, D
197 Marek Zidlicky, D
198 Jack Johnson, D
199 Troy Brouwer, RW
200 Cam Ward, G
201 Darcy Kuemper, G
202 Jori Lehtera, C
203 Sean Monahan, C
204 Andrew Shaw, C
205 Alexander Edler, D
206 Carl Soderberg, C
207 Dustin Brown, LW/RW
208 PA Parenteau, RW
209 David Desharnais, C
210 Antoine Roussel, LW
211 Cody Franson, D
212 Ryan Murray, D
213 Jake Gardiner, D
214 Seth Jones, D
215 Chris Stewart, RW
216 Mikhail Grabovski, C/RW
217 Nail Yakupov, RW
218 Jussi Jokinen, LW/C
219 Charlie Coyle, C/RW
220 Matt Nieto, LW
221 Antoine Vermette, LW/C
222 Brock Nelson, C
223 Travis Zajac, C
224 Jhonas Enroth, G
225 Alex Tanguay, LW/RW
226 Tomas Plekanec, C
227 Aleksander Barkov, C
228 Eric Gelinas, D
229 Lubomir Visnovsky, D
230 Justin Faulk, D
231 Tomas Tatar, LW
232 Aaron Ekblad, D
233 Martin Hanzal, C
234 Johnny Gaudreau, LW
235 Jiri Tlusty, LW
236 Nick Bjugstad, C
237 Ryan Strome, C
238 Michael Frolik, C/RW
239 Jakob Silfverberg, LW/RW
240 TJ Brodie, D
241 Cam Atkinson, RW
242 Sam Reinhart, C
243 Tobias Enstrom, D
244 James Reimer, G
245 Olli Maatta, D
246 Devante Smith-Pelly, RW
247 Daniel Alfredsson, RW (UFA)
248 Antti Raanta, G
249 Martin Jones, G
250 Cam Talbot, G
251 Tyler Ennis, LW/C
252 Tyler Myers, D
253 Radko Gudas, D
254 Tanner Pearson, LW
255 Kevin Bieksa, D
256 Michal Neuvirth, G
257 Nick Foligno, LW
258 Mike Richards, LW/C
259 Frans Nielsen, C
260 Alex Killorn, LW/C
261 Mika Zibanejad, C/RW
262 Steve Downie, LW/RW
263 Leon Draisaitl, C
264 Dany Heatley, RW
265 Jamie McGinn, LW
266 Teddy Purcell, RW
267 Robin Lehner, G
268 Colin Wilson, LW/C
269 Elias Lindholm, C
270 Nick Holden, D
271 Jason Demers, D
272 Evgeni Nabokov, G
273 Justin Peters, G
274 Derek Roy, C
275 R.J. Umberger, LW
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le 1/9/2014, 13:04
Je le trouve weird comme classement. Y'a des choix vraiment placés bizarre.

Jori Lehtera loin devant genre Mike Richards?
Come on.
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le 1/9/2014, 14:53
Ouin , genre de classement qui fera jamais l'unanimité , déjà que pas mal tout le monde a un top 10 différent alors imagine un classement de 275
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le 1/9/2014, 16:48
Faut prendre en considération les paramètres utilisés. Fleury ne serait pas 51ème si ça n'aurait pas été des Pens qui l'on aidé à stocké un max de victoires.  Wink
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le 1/9/2014, 17:05
[Vous devez être inscrit et connecté pour voir ce lien] a écrit:Faut prendre en considération les paramètres utilisés. Fleury ne serait pas 51ème si ça n'aurait pas été des Pens qui l'on aidé à stocké un max de victoires.  Wink

Fleury demeure tout de même un excellent gardien de but.  Malheureusement il a tendance a donner un mauvais but au mauvais moment lors des gros matchs, mais sinon son jeu est généralement très bon.
Barfman
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le 1/9/2014, 20:06
Au moins il ne choke pas comme Luongo et MAF est meilleur que Price contre les échappées et en fusillade.
Barfman
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le 1/9/2014, 20:15
Ramon, je rajouterais aussi que ce que les fans du CH voient de MAF peut porter à le voir moins bon qu'il l'est puisqu'il veut tellement planter le CH "je peux pas les sentir" qu'il perd alors parfois son focus.

Vous allez pouvoir le voir beaucoup plus souvent puisque TVA Sport présentera une trentaine de matches des Pens cette saison.

Fleury, Letang, Dupuis, Després, Pouliot... 'Represent'!  yo
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le 1/9/2014, 21:01
[Vous devez être inscrit et connecté pour voir ce lien] a écrit:Ramon, je rajouterais aussi que ce que les fans du CH voient de MAF peut porter à le voir moins bon qu'il l'est puisqu'il veut tellement planter le CH "je peux pas les sentir" qu'il perd alors parfois son focus.

Vous allez pouvoir le voir beaucoup plus souvent puisque TVA Sport présentera une trentaine de matches des Pens cette saison.

Fleury, Letang, Dupuis, Després, Pouliot... 'Represent'!  yo

J'ai pas besoin de TVA sports pour voir les Pens, c'est une des équipes que je suis le plus après le CH.
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le 1/9/2014, 21:05
Tu les suis comment?
Ramon
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le 1/9/2014, 21:26
Télévision ou internet
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  • Fantasy Top! LorealExpert Fantasy Top! BreakdownDL_090214

[size=38]Now it's time to find out the reasons behind our top 50 fantasy player rankings.
Why is Evgeni Malkin ranked higher than last season's MVP nominees Ryan Getzlaf and Claude Giroux? Why isJamie Benn the highest-ranked left wing? Why did we choose P.K. Subban ahead of Erik Karlsson among defensemen? These are just a few of the many questions you might have asked when you first viewed our consensus rankings. Now you get to understand why these select few are considered the 50 best fantasy players in the game, according to NHL.com.
The overall ranking order is based on NHL.com's composite rankings determined by fantasy experts Matt Cubeta, Pete Jensen, Matt Sitkoff and Chris Foster (average of each expert's selections).[/size]
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NOTE: Positional status based on where players are listed in Yahoo! Fantasy Hockey. Age reflects how old player will be at the start of the season. Ranking reflects each player's fantasy value, taking into account statistical history, performance in default Yahoo! categories (G, A, +/-, PIM, PPP, SOG), potential future lineup placement, strength of projected linemates and, most importantly, our expectations for how they will perform this coming season.[/size]
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1. Sidney Crosby, C, 27 years old, Pittsburgh Penguins
Outlook: Our unanimous No. 1 player again. As long as Crosby can remain healthy, as he did last year, he'll deliver. Since debuting in 2005-06, his 1.40 points per game are by far the best in the NHL (Malkin's 1.22 is second).
2. Steven Stamkos, C, 24 years old, Tampa Bay Lightning
Outlook: Despite missing 45 games last season, he still scored 25 goals in 37 games and his .68 goals/game were tops in the NHL. His .63 goals/game since 2009 is also best in the NHL and his 380 points are third.
3. Corey Perry, RW, 29 years old, Anaheim Ducks
Outlook: Since 2010, Perry ranks third in goals, sixth in points, fourth in power-play goals and fourth in shots. He also averages 92 PIM/season and is extremely consistent with at least one point in 52 games last season (fifth).
4. Evgeni Malkin, C/RW, 28 years old, Pittsburgh Penguins
Outlook: His point production is as good as it gets (only Crosby averaged more points per game than his 1.20) and peripherals are tremendous. Just needs to stay healthy after missing 39 games in the past two seasons.
5. Ryan Getzlaf, C, 29 years old, Anaheim Ducks
Outlook: Penalty minutes (31) were lowest since his rookie season, but everything else was elite. Like Perry, he never slumped, recording at least a point in 55 games (second). He could reach 100 points in 2014-15.
6. Alex Ovechkin, RW, 29 years old, Washington Capitals
Outlook: Led NHL in goals (51) and shots (386), was second in power-play points (39) and eighth in points (79). Downside: his minus-35 was third-worst. Rating should improve and he'll be fantasy gold again.
7. John Tavares, C, 24 years old, New York Islanders
Outlook: Missed 23 games last season but still had 24 goals and 66 points in 59 games. Questionable linemates and rating issues continue to hinder value, but he should return to being a top-10 fantasy player.
8. Claude Giroux, C/RW, 26 years old, Philadelphia Flyers
Outlook: No one has more assists (158) or points (227) than Giroux in the past three seasons. After slow start in 2013-14 (0 G, 7 A in first 15 games), he had 28 goals and 79 points in his final 67 games.
9. Tuukka Rask, G, 27 years old, Boston Bruins
Outlook: Has to be first goalie off board come draft day after posting 2.04 GAA, .930 SV% and an NHL-best seven shutouts. Should receive more than 60 starts for first time and be among League leaders in all categories.
10. Patrick Kane, C/RW, 25 years old, Chicago Blackhawks
Outlook: Was headed to the best season of career before getting injured (29 G, 69 pts in 69 games), and again stepped up in Stanley Cup Playoffs (8 G, 20 pts in 19 games). With new contract, he'll continue to be elite.
11. Henrik Lundqvist, G, 32 years old, New York Rangers
Outlook: After a slow start (.907 SV% , 2.76 GAA in first 32 games), he finished the season with a .920 SV% and 2.36 GAA and had an outstanding playoff run (.927 SV%, 2.14 GAA). Has ability to be No. 1 overall goalie.
12. Jamie Benn, LW, 25 years old, Dallas Stars
Outlook: Erupted for career bests in every fantasy category (34 G, 79 pts, plus-21, 64 PIM, 19 PPP, 279 SOG) playing alongside Tyler Seguin. Could turn into Corey Perry-type but at LW and remain elite for years.
13. Tyler Seguin, C/RW, 22 years old, Dallas Stars
Outlook: He has potential to exceed 90 points after turning in career highs last season (37 G, 84 pts). His 294 shots were fourth-most in the NHL. Only category he won't help with is penalty minutes.
14. Phil Kessel, RW, 27 years old, Toronto Maple Leafs
Outlook: Model of consistency; has missed just 12 games in five seasons with Maple Leafs and averages 35 goals, 75 points and 312 shots. His plus/minus and PIMs won't help you, but he'll provide elite point production.
15. Jonathan Toews, C, 26 years old, Chicago Blackhawks
Outlook: Elite production in all categories except PIMs. Still has upside to produce even more points playing on line with Patrick Sharp and Marian Hossa. Expect 30 goals, 75 points, plus-25 and a top-20 player.
16. P.K. Subban, D, 25 years old, Montreal Canadiens
Outlook: The gap between Subban and Karlsson is close, but Subban's PIMs give him the edge. In past two seasons among d-men, his 91 points are tops, 21 goals are fifth, 138 PIMs are third and his 330 shots are fourth.
17. Anze Kopitar, C, 27 years old, Los Angeles Kings
Outlook: If you draft Kopitar, you'll be getting 25-plus goals, 70-plus points, an excellent plus/minus, 25-plus power-play points and 200-plus shots. Addition of Marian Gaborik to his line could see him reach new heights.
18. Jonathan Quick, G, 28 years old, Los Angeles Kings
Outlook: Among goalies with at least 150 games since 2010, Quick's 2.14 GAA ranks first, .918 SV% is tied for seventh, 115 wins are fifth and 23 shutouts are second. Elite defense in front of him doesn't hurt, either.
19. Erik Karlsson, D, 24 years old, Ottawa Senators
Outlook: In terms of point production on defense, no one can compete with Karlsson. In past three seasons, his .92 points per game are easily tops (45 G, 111 A in 180 games). Loss of Spezza could hurt, though.
20. Taylor Hall, C/LW, 22 years old, Edmonton Oilers
Outlook: After struggling with injuries in first two seasons, Hall has remained healthy in past two years; his 87 assists and 130 points during that time are sixth in NHL. If plus/minus improves, he could be a top-10 player.
21. Joe Pavelski, C/LW, 30 years old, San Jose Sharks
Outlook: Had career year in 2013-14 with personal bests in goals (41), points (79), rating (plus-23) and power-play points (31), but extremely high shooting percentage (18.2) should result in some regression.
22. Chris Kunitz, LW, 35 years old, Pittsburgh Penguins
Outlook: In past 10 seasons, hasn't finished with a minus rating and continues to thrive on the top line with Crosby. Getting older, but 30 goals, 60 points and phenomenal peripheral stats are still likely.
23. Patrick Sharp, C/LW, 32 years old, Chicago Blackhawks
Outlook: Was a top-10 fantasy player last season after career year (34 G, 78 pts, plus-13, 313 shots) skating on line with Toews and Hossa. Expect a step back to 30 goals, 65 points and 275 shots.
24. Nathan MacKinnon, C/LW, 19 years old, Colorado Avalanche
Outlook: In past 15 years, only eight rookies have had more points than MacKinnon's 63 last season, and none had better rating (plus-20). Should see increase in ice time (17:20). No player on this list has more upside.
25. Nicklas Backstrom, C, 26 years old, Washington Capitals
Outlook: Since 2008, Backstrom's 312 assists are fourth in the NHL and 425 points are ninth. Like Ovechkin, plus/minus hurt owners last season, but career-best 54 PIMs helped. Expect point-per-game stats in 2014-15.
26. Ben Bishop, G, 27 years old, Tampa Bay Lightning
Outlook: Surprised many with fourth-most wins (37) and shutouts (5) as well as seventh-best GAA (2.23) and SV% (.924) last season. Improved Tampa Bay defense could make Bishop a top-five goalie again.
27. Pavel Datsyuk, C/LW, 36 years old, Detroit Red Wings
Outlook: Still one of the best in reality, but Datsyuk's fantasy value is diminishing after 37-point season in just 45 games. Still has talent to post point-per-game numbers, but age and injury potential drop him in ranks.
28. Carey Price, G, 27 years old, Montreal Canadiens
Outlook: Coming off career year (34 wins, 2.32 GAA, .927 SV%, 6 SO), Price will cost you an early pick. But still just 27, he's worth it and has potential to be No. 1 fantasy goalie by season's end.
29. Henrik Zetterberg, C/LW, 33 years old, Detroit Red Wings
Outlook: Despite missing 37 games last season, Zetterberg's production was still excellent (16 G, 48 pts, plus-19, 151 shots). If he and Pavel Datsyuk can remain in lineup, a top-25-caliber season is within reach.
30. Shea Weber, D, 29 years old, Nashville Predators
Outlook: In the past five years, his 83 goals are most among defensemen, his 224 points rank fourth, 1,025 shots are second and he's missed just 11 games. Season averages during that time: 17 G, 28 A, plus-5, 19 PPP, 48 PIMs, 205 shots.
31. Matt Duchene, C/LW, 23 years old, Colorado Avalanche
Outlook: Quietly had best season of career, setting highs in points (70), rating (plus Cool and shots (217) in 71 games. Shooting percentage was lower than normal (10.6), so expect 30 goals in 2014-15.
32. Logan Couture, C/LW, 25 years old, San Jose Sharks
Outlook: Among players 25 or younger, only Stamkos, Tavares and Toews have more goals than Couture's 112 and his 924 shots rank second. Couture is the new face of the Sharks and could finish with 35 goals, 70 points.
33. Patrice Bergeron, C, 29 years old, Boston Bruins
Outlook: Had most complete fantasy season of career in 2013-14 and was the only player with 30-plus goals (30), 60-plus points (62), 40-plus PIMs (43), rating of plus-30 or better (plus-38) and 30-plus power play points (32).
34. Zach Parise, LW, 30 years old, Minnesota Wild
Outlook: His point-per-game days are in the past, but he still provides solid value across the board (29 G, 27 A, plus-10, 30 PIMs, 20 PPP, 245 shots in 67 games). Should be able to put up 30 goals, 70 points.
35. David Backes, C/RW, 30 years old, St. Louis Blues
Outlook: In the past five years, only four players have had a season with 25-plus goals, 55-plus points, 100-plus PIMs and a rating of plus-10 or better. Backes did it last season and could do so again in 2014-15.
36. Sergei Bobrovsky, G, 26 years old, Columbus Blue Jackets
Outlook: In the past two years, only Rask has better save percentage and more shutouts than Bobrovsky (.926 SV% and 9 SO). Playing on improved Columbus team could see him return as Vezina Trophy finalist.
37. Jason Spezza, C, 31 years old, Dallas Stars
Outlook: Since 2005, only five players with more than 300 games averaged more points per game than Spezza's 1.06. Despite being Dallas' No. 2 center, he should return to 30 goals and 75 points with a much-improved rating.
38. Max Pacioretty, LW, 25 years old, Montreal Canadiens
Outlook: Broke out with 39 goals (fourth in NHL) and 60 points in 73 games last season. He should continue to get better and better. His 10 multi-goal games led NHL, and he won't hurt you in any single category.
39. Duncan Keith, D, 31 years old, Chicago Blackhawks
Outlook: His 208 assists and 242 points in the past five years are most by any defensemen, and his plus-73 during that span ranks fifth. As consistent as they come and has plenty of firepower up front in Chicago.
40. Semyon Varlamov, G, 26 years old, Colorado Avalanche
Outlook: Came out of nowhere last season to post most wins (41) and third-best save percentage (.927) after averaging .912 SV% and 2.61 GAA in 147 previous games. Should easily be a top-10 goalie again.
41. Eric Staal, C, 29 years old, Carolina Hurricanes
Outlook: After big year in shortened 2012-13 season (18 G, 53 pts in 48 games), Staal regressed with 21 goals, 61 points and a minus-13 last season. Low shooting percentage (9.1) didn't help and owners should expect a bounceback.
42. Marian Hossa, RW, 35 years old, Chicago Blackhawks
Outlook: Great category coverage (30 G, 30 A, plus-28, 241 SOG in 72 games) despite dealing with injuries. Draft him knowing he'll miss some time, but he still has top-five RW potential playing on elite line.
43. Daniel Sedin, LW, 34 years old, Vancouver Canucks
Outlook: Had least-productive season in past 10 years, and goals/game and points/game have decreased in each of the past four seasons (.22 goals/game, .64 points/game). Could bounce back, but a risky pick.
44. Wayne Simmonds, RW, 26 years old, Philadelphia Flyers
Outlook: In the past five years, seven players have had seasons with 25-plus goals, 60-plus points, 100-plus PIM and 200-plus SOG. Simmonds did so in 2013-14. He's also a power-play machine (15 G, 9 A last season).
45. Joe Thornton, C, 35 years old, San Jose Sharks,
Outlook: Still capable of point-per-game numbers, but lack of goals (11), penalty minutes (32) and shots on goal (122) diminish fantasy value. Still a top-20 center, but Pavelski and Couture are the new guns in San Jose.
46. Gabriel Landeskog, LW, 21 years old, Colorado Avalanche
Outlook: As flawless as they come in terms of complete fantasy category coverage (26 G, 39 A, plus-21, 71 PIMs, 10 PPP, 222 SOG last season); still has plenty of room to grow playing alongside Nathan MacKinnon.
47. Patrick Marleau, C/LW, 35 years old, San Jose Sharks
Outlook: He may be getting older, but production is still exceptional (33 G, 70 pts last season) and hasn't missed a game in past five years. During that time, he's fourth in goals, 15th in points and fifth in shots.
48. Martin St. Louis, RW, 39 years old, New York Rangers
Outlook: Struggled after joining Rangers (1 G, 7 A in 19 games) but had productive playoffs (8 G, 7 A in 25 games). Comfort level should increase in year two in New York, but he won't put up the numbers he had with Stamkos.
49. Drew Doughty, D, 24 years old, Los Angeles Kings
Outlook: Regular-season production hasn't quite been elite in past four years, but playoff numbers show potential (5 G, 13 A in 26 games). We've ranked him fifth among defensemen; we're believers in a breakout.
50. Rick Nash, LW/RW, 30 years old, New York Rangers
Outlook: Since 2012, no player has averaged more goals per 60 minutes in 5-on-5 regular-season play or averaged more shots on goal per 60 minutes than Nash. Despite rough playoffs, expect massive bounceback season.[/size]
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[size=39]NOTE: NHL.com's fantasy staff has determined that the primary position of the players listed below is left wing. Each of these players is LW-eligible in Yahoo leagues. These are Matt Sitkoff's left wing rankings and may not reflect the order of NHL.com's aggregate top 275 overall fantasy rankings.[/size]
[size=39]TOP 40 FANTASY HOCKEY LEFT WINGS[/size]
[size=39]1 Taylor Hall, LW/C Edmonton Oilers[/size]
[size=39]2 Jamie Benn, LW Dallas Stars[/size]
[size=39]3 Chris Kunitz, LW Pittsburgh Penguins[/size]
[size=39]4 Patrick Sharp, LW/C Chicago Blackhawks[/size]
[size=39]5 Henrik Zetterberg, LW/C Detroit Red Wings[/size]
[size=39]6 Zach Parise, LW Minnesota Wild[/size]
[size=39]7 Max Pacioretty, LW Montreal Canadiens[/size]
[size=39]8 Daniel Sedin, LW Vancouver Canucks[/size]
[size=39]9 Thomas Vanek, LW/RW Minnesota Wild[/size]
[size=39]10 Gabriel Landeskog, LW Colorado Avalanche[/size]
[size=39]11 Jonathan Drouin, LW Tampa Bay Lightning[/size]
[size=39]12 Patrick Marleau, LW/C San Jose Sharks[/size]
[size=39]13 Ryan O'Reilly, LW/C Colorado Avalanche[/size]
[size=39]14 Alexander Steen, LW/C St. Louis Blues[/size]
[size=39]15 James van Riemsdyk, LW Toronto Maple Leafs[/size]
[size=39]16 Milan Lucic, LW Boston Bruins[/size]
[size=39]17 Jeff Skinner, LW/RW Carolina Hurricanes[/size]
[size=39]18 Brad Marchand, LW Boston Bruins[/size]
[size=39]19 Jaden Schwartz, LW St. Louis Blues[/size]
[size=39]20 Mikkel Boedker, LW Arizona Coyotes[/size]
[size=39]21 Matt Moulson, LW Buffalo Sabres[/size]
[size=39]22 Tomas Hertl, LW San Jose Sharks[/size]
[size=39]23 Chris Kreider, LW New York Rangers[/size]
[size=39]24 Mats Zuccarello, LW New York Rangers[/size]
[size=39]25 David Perron, LW/RW Edmonton Oilers[/size]
[size=39]26 Brandon Saad, LW/RW Chicago Blackhawks[/size]
[size=39]27 Evander Kane, LW Winnipeg Jets[/size]
[size=39]28 Ondrej Palat, LW Tampa Bay Lightning[/size]
[size=39]29 Joffrey Lupul, LW/RW Toronto Maple Leafs[/size]
[size=39]30 Alex Tanguay, LW/RW Colorado Avalanche[/size]
[size=39]31 Mike Cammalleri, LW/C New Jersey Devils[/size]
[size=39]32 Andrew Ladd, LW Winnipeg Jets[/size]
[size=39]33 Alex Galchenyuk, LW/C Montreal Canadiens[/size]
[size=39]34 Clarke MacArthur, LW Ottawa Senators[/size]
[size=39]35 Scott Hartnell, LW Columbus Blue Jackets[/size]
[size=39]36 Jonathan Huberdeau, LW/C Florida Panthers[/size]
[size=39]37 Antoine Roussel, LW Dallas Stars[/size]
[size=39]38 Patrik Elias, LW/C New Jersey Devils[/size]
[size=39]39 Jiri Tlusty, LW Carolina Hurricanes[/size]
[size=39]40 Matt Nieto, LW San Jose Sharks[/size]
[size=39]Just Missed: Tomas Tatar (Red Wings), Johnny Gaudreau(Flames), Colin Wilson (Predators), Jussi Jokinen(Panthers), Tanner Pearson (Kings), Alex Killorn(Lightning), R.J. Umberger (Flyers), Nick Foligno (Blue Jackets), Jamie McGinn (Avalanche), Dustin Brown (Kings)[/size]
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Fleury, Letang, Dupuis, Després, Pouliot... 'Represent'!  yo
Je sais que c'est ton équipe, mais Pouliot is made in Saskatchewan mon ami ! nice

Si Benoit parlait français j'en suis moins sûr pour Derrick !
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Sinon, je trouve que Corey Perry est un joueur vachement sous-estimé
Getzlaf est bon, mais Perry l'est autant sinon plus !
Du moins, je le préfère au gros Ryan Laughing
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Merci pour la correction Gainzbarre, pis pour Perry/Getzlaf ben ce sont 2 joueurs totalement différents de un et de deux, les paramètres utilisés pour qualifier ces joueurs ne représente pas la réalité, juste quelques facettes de celle-ci.
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[size=36]TOP 60 FANTASY DEFENSEMEN[/size]
[size=36]1. P.K. Subban, Canadiens[/size]
[size=36]2. Erik Karlsson, Senators[/size]
[size=36]3. Shea Weber, Predators[/size]
[size=36]4. Dustin Byfuglien, Jets*[/size]
[size=36]5. Duncan Keith, Blackhawks[/size]
[size=36]6. Alex Pietrangelo, Blues[/size]
[size=36]7. Keith Yandle, Coyotes[/size]
[size=36]8. Kris Letang, Penguins[/size]
[size=36]9. Ryan Suter, Wild[/size]
[size=36]10. Victor Hedman, Lightning[/size]
[size=36]11. Drew Doughty, Kings[/size]
[size=36]12. Oliver Ekman-Larsson, Coyotes[/size]
[size=36]13. Kevin Shattenkirk, Blues[/size]
[size=36]14. Ryan McDonagh, Rangers[/size]
[size=36]15. Mark Giordano, Flames[/size]
[size=36]16. Zdeno Chara, Bruins[/size]
[size=36]17. Brent Burns, Sharks*[/size]
[size=36]18. Brent Seabrook, Blackhawks[/size]
[size=36]19. James Wisniewski, Blue Jackets[/size]
[size=36]20. Christian Ehrhoff, Penguins[/size]
[size=36]21. Andrei Markov, Canadiens[/size]
[size=36]22. Torey Krug, Bruins[/size]
[size=36]23. Niklas Kronwall, Red Wings[/size]
[size=36]24. Cam Fowler, Ducks[/size]
[size=36]25. Jason Garrison, Lightning[/size]
[size=36]26. Matt Niskanen, Capitals[/size]
[size=36]27. Jacob Trouba, Jets[/size]
[size=36]28. Justin Schultz, Oilers[/size]
[size=36]29. Slava Voynov, Kings[/size]
[size=36]30. Alex Goligoski, Stars[/size]
[size=36]31. Brian Campbell, Panthers[/size]
[size=36]32. Andrej Sekera, Hurricanes[/size]
[size=36]33. John Carlson, Capitals[/size]
[size=36]34. Jay Bouwmeester, Blues[/size]
[size=36]35. Dan Boyle, Rangers[/size]
[size=36]36. Cody Franson, Maple Leafs[/size]
[size=36]37. Marek Zidlicky, Devils[/size]
[size=36]38. Tyson Barrie, Avalanche[/size]
[size=36]39. Mark Streit, Flyers[/size]
[size=36]40. Jake Gardiner, Maple Leafs[/size]
[size=36]41. Matt Carle, Lightning[/size]
[size=36]42. Paul Martin, Penguins[/size]
[size=36]43. Jack Johnson, Blue Jackets[/size]
[size=36]44. Dion Phaneuf, Maple Leafs[/size]
[size=36]45. Dennis Wideman, Flames[/size]
[size=36]46. Mike Green, Capitals[/size]
[size=36]47. Olli Maatta, Penguins[/size]
[size=36]48. Tobias Enstrom, Jets[/size]
[size=36]49. Erik Johnson, Avalanche[/size]
[size=36]50. TJ Brodie, Flames[/size]
[size=36]51. Alec Martinez, Kings[/size]
[size=36]52. Alexander Edler, Canucks[/size]
[size=36]53. Roman Josi, Predators[/size]
[size=36]54. Hampus Lindholm, Ducks[/size]
[size=36]55. Tyler Myers, Sabres[/size]
[size=36]56. Justin Faulk, Hurricanes[/size]
[size=36]57. Dougie Hamilton, Bruins[/size]
[size=36]58. Jake Muzzin, Kings[/size]
[size=36]59. Marc-Edouard Vlasic, Sharks[/size]
[size=36]60. Seth Jones, Predators[/size]
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C'est le fun de voir que PK trône au sommet, mais je vais défendre Avs et Black :

Tyson Barrie et Erik Johnson sont classés trop bas ! 
Barrie était une bombe avant sa blessure et Johnson jouait comme un 1er choix OV en fin d'année

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De même que Roman Josi.

Par le fait même, mais bordel que fout Cody Franson dans ce classement !? 36 ?!
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Pas moi qui va te contredire
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Johnson a été une bombe toute l'année Gainzbarre...De loin le defenseur le plus équilibré du  club... Mais je comprend qu'on le classe si loin ,lui qui avant la dernière saison était déjà considéré comme un "bust...En espérant qu'il saura poursuivre sur sa lancée...

Pour Barrie, dès que Roy lui a donné des grosses minutes(milieu décembre jusqu'à fin de la saison) ,il a littéralement explosé étant alors sur cette période  l'un des meilleurs défenseurs offensifs de la LNH avec ses 35 pts en 47 matchs seulement....
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Pas faux mais reste qu'ils sont classer très loin , sans partisanerie je pense que la plupart des dg prendrait Johnson avant plusieurs qui sont classer devant lui , je me répète mais j'estime que la grosse rareté pour un defs c'est d'être bon dans les 2 sens et si on ajoute en plus la grosseur , vitesse et la robustesse c'est encore beaucoup plus rare , Johnson a tout ça

je rappelle quand même qu'à ça première saison il a fait 33 points et a ça 2ème 39 points avec un club très ordinaire a l'époque , ses grosses difficultés des dernières saisons outre le fait que les avs était médiocre découle du fait que Sacco la complètement brisé , surtout mentalement , c'est pas un hasard si il a connu une si grosse année après le départ de Sacco , on peut constater du moins avec les avs que le seule fait d'avoir changer de coach a tout changer , la plupart des gens ont critiquer le club , notre defs , les trades de Sherman ect ... Mais dans le fond il avait un seul responsable , c'était Sacco , d'ailleurs il en paye le prix , il ne retrouveras jamais de job de coach en chef ( selon moi ) , un signe qui ment pas
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