2010 Fantasy Hockey Downloadable Draft Kit

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Table Of Contents
Top 200 ................................................................................................................................................................................................ 4

Player Rankings ...............................................................................................................................................................................5-6

Cheat Sheet ......................................................................................................................................................................................... 7

2010-11 Projections ...................................................................................................................................................................... 8-16

Player Profiles ............................................................................................................................................................................. 17-32

2009-10 Final Statistics .............................................................................................................................................................. 33-49

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Top 200
1. Alexander Ovechkin, WAS, LW 2. Sidney Crosby, PIT, C 3. Evgeni Malkin, PIT, C 4. Nicklas Backstrom, WAS, C 5. Henrik Sedin, VAN, C 6. Patrick Kane, CHI, RW 7. Joe Thornton, SJ, C 8. Dany Heatley, SJ, RW 9. Ryan Getzlaf, ANA, C 10. Steven Stamkos, TB, C 11. Daniel Sedin, VAN, LW 12. Martin Brodeur, NJ, G 13. Ryan Miller, BUF, G 14. Zach Parise, NJ, LW 15. Roberto Luongo, VAN, G 16. Jimmy Howard, DET, G 17. Mike Richards, PHI, C 18. Corey Perry, ANA, RW 19. Pavel Datsyuk, DET, C 21. Marian Gaborik, NYR, LW 22. Ilya Kovalchuk, NJ, LW 23. Jarome Iginla, CGY, RW 24. Ilya Bryzgalov, PHO, G 25. Mike Green, WAS, D 26. Eric Staal, CAR, C 26. Marc Savard, BOS, C 27. Jaroslav Halak, STL, G 28. Paul Stastny, COL, C 29. Henrik Zetterberg, DET, C 30. Ryan Kesler, VAN, C 31. Jonathan Toews, CHI, C 32. Marian Hossa, CHI, RW 33. Rick Nash, CLB, LW 34. Martin St. Louis, TB, RW 35. Jonas Hiller, ANA, G 36. Miikka Kiprusoff, CGY, G 37. Vincent Lecavalier, TB, C 38. Alexandre Burrows, VAN, RW 39. Pekka Rinne, NSH, G 40. Henrik Lundqvist, NYR, G 41. Alexander Semin, WAS, LW 42. Craig Anderson, COL, G 43. Bobby Ryan, ANA, RW 44. Anze Kopitar, LA, C 45. Jeff Carter, PHI, C 46. Patrick Marleau, SJ, C 47. Tuukka Rask, BOS, G 48. Brad Richards, DAL, C 49. Jonathan Quick, LA, G 50. Jason Spezza, OTT, C 51. Drew Doughty, LA, D 52. Marc-Andre Fleury, PIT, G 53. Scott Hartnell, PHI, RW 54. Patrick Sharp, CHI, RW 55. Mikko Koivu, MIN, C 56. Daniel Alfredsson, OTT, RW 57. Ryane Clowe, SJ, LW 58. Thomas Vanek, BUF, LW 59. Brenden Morrow, DAL, LW 60. Brooks Laich, WAS, C 61. Niklas Backstrom, MIN, G 62. John Tavares, NYI, C 63. Loui Eriksson, DAL, LW 64. Tomas Vokoun, FLA, G 65. Nathan Horton, BOS, RW 66. Kristian Huselius, CLB, RW 67. Steve Mason, CLB, G 68. Jason Pominville, BUF, LW 69. Rene Bourque, CGY, LW 70. Marty Turco, CHI, G 71. Shane Doan, PHO, RW 72. Cam Ward, CAR, G 73. Antoine Vermette, CLB, C 74. Nikolai Antropov, ATL, LW 75. Tomas Plekanec, MON, C 76. Dan Boyle, SJ, D 77. Mike Ribeiro, DAL, C 78. Zdeno Chara, BOS, D 79. Jussi Jokinen, CAR, LW 80. Derek Roy, BUF, C 81. Dustin Penner, EDM, LW 82. Stephen Weiss, FLA, C 83. Simon Gagne, TB, LW 84. Daniel Briere, PHI, RW 85. Ray Whitney, PHO, LW 86. Duncan Keith, CHI, D 87. Steve Downie, TB, LW 88. Jakub Voracek, CLB, RW 89. Scott Gomez, MON, C 90. Michael Cammalleri, MON, C 91. Jamie Langenbrunner, NJ, RW 92. Claude Giroux, PHI, RW 93. Patrik Elias, NJ, LW 94. Alexei Kovalev, OTT, RW 95. Saku Koivu, ANA, C 96. Matt Duchene, COL, C 97. Martin Havlat, MIN, RW 98. Wojtek Wolski, PHO, LW 99. Travis Zajac, NJ, C 100. David Krejci, BOS, C 101. Joe Pavelski, SJ, LW 102. Mike Knuble, WAS, RW 103. Chris Pronger, PHI, D 104. T.J. Oshie, STL, LW 105. Phil Kessel, TOR, LW 106. Mikael Samuelsson, VAN, RW 107. Nicklas Lidstrom, DET, D 108. Tobias Enstrom, ATL, D 109. Andy McDonald, STL, LW 110. Chris Stewart, COL, RW 111. Brad Boyes, STL, RW 112. Ales Hemsky, EDM, RW 113. James Neal, DAL, LW 114. Dion Phaneuf, TOR, D 115. Tim Connolly, BUF, C 116. Ryan Smyth, LA, LW 117. Carey Price, MON, G 118. Patrice Bergeron, BOS, C 119. Kyle Okposo, NYI, RW 120. Patrik Berglund, STL, C 121. Dustin Brown, LA, RW 122. David Backes, STL, C 123. Kari Lehtonen, DAL, G 124. Johan Franzen, DET, RW 125. Andrew Brunette, MIN, LW 126. Devin Setoguchi, SJ, RW 127. Alex Frolov, NYR, LW 128. Guillaume Latendresse, MIN, LW 129. Milan Lucic, BOS, LW 130. Tomas Fleischmann, WAS, LW 131. Tyler Myers, BUF, D 132. Teemu Selanne, ANA, RW 133. Patric Hornqvist, NSH, LW 134. Mark Streit, NYI, D Play Free Fantasy Hockey for a chance at $5,000 135. Brian Rafalski, DET, D 136. Brandon Dubinsky, NYR, C 137. Mason Raymond, VAN, LW 138. Alexander Steen, STL, C 139. Nikolai Zherdev, PHI, RW 140. Brandon Sutter, CAR, C 141. Jiri Hudler, DET, LW 142. Brian Gionta, MON, RW 143. Martin Erat, NSH, RW 144. Bryan McCabe, FLA, D 145. Mike Fisher, OTT, C 146. Jamie Benn, DAL, LW 147. David Perron, STL, RW 148. Troy Brouwer, CHI, RW 149. Tomas Holmstrom, DET, LW 150. Jason Arnott, NJ, C 151. Ryan Malone, TB, LW 152. Michael Ryder, BOS, RW 153. Steve Ott, DAL, C 154. Shea Weber, NSH, D 155. Sergei Gonchar, OTT, D 156. Lubomir Visnovsky, ANA, D 157. Alex Tanguay, CGY, LW 158. Colin Wilson, NSH, C 159. Kris Versteeg, TOR, RW 160. Taylor Hall, EDM, LW 161. Vaclav Prospal, NYR, LW 162. Marek Zidlicky, MIN, D 163. Alexander Edler, VAN, D 164. Joni Pitkanen, CAR, D 165. Peter Regin, OTT, C 166. Christian Ehrhoff, VAN, D 167. Milan Michalek, OTT, LW 168. Bill Guerin, FA 169. Tyler Seguin, BOS 170. Daymond Langkow, CGY, C 171. Michael Frolik, FLA, LW 172. Wayne Simmonds, LA, RW 173. Matt Moulson, NYI, LW 174. Steve Sullivan, NSH, LW 175. Jean-Sebastien Giguere, TOR, G 176. Sam Gagner, EDM, C 177. Milan Hejduk, COL, RW 178. Ville Leino, PHI, LW 179. Jonas Gustavsson, TOR, G 180. Kimmo Timonen, PHI, D 181. Rich Peverley, ATL, C 182. R.J. Umberger, CLB, C 183. David Clarkson, NJ, RW 184. Alexei Ponikarovsky, LA, LW 185. Brian Rolston, NJ, C 186. Cory Stillman, FLA, LW 187. Dan Ellis, TB, G 188. Erik Johnson, STL, D 189. Semyon Varlamov, WAS, G 190. Niklas Kronwall, DET, D 191. David Booth, FLA, LW 192. Tomas Kaberle, TOR, D 193. Jordan Staal, PIT, C 194. Jay Bouwmeester, CGY, D 195. Eric Fehr, WAS, RW 196. Shawn Horcoff, EDM, LW 197. Ryan Suter, NSH, D 198. Jarret Stoll, LA, C 199. Brian Campbell, CHI, D 200. Michael Del Zotto, NYR, D 4

David Krejci. ANA 33. BOS 36. VAN 35. Alex Tanguay. Dustin Brown. TOR 38. Dumont. Shawn Horcoff. CLB 53. PHO 15. Michael Grabner. John Tavares. Marc Savard. OTT 22. Nicklas Backstrom. Robbie Schremp. Rick Nash. MIN 69. MON 53. DET 60. Ryan Getzlaf. DAL 37. EDM 66. Patrick Marleau. Daniel Carcillo. Alexander Semin. VAN 5. Alexei Ponikarovsky. TOR 25. Patrik Elias. SJ 3. VAN 15. Daniel Sedin. Andrei Kostitsyn. FLA 50. Joffrey Lupul. Travis Zajac. Thomas Vanek. Niclas Bergfors. ATL 52. Andy McDonald. EDM 51. Saku Koivu. PHI 52. Darcy Tucker. Antti Miettinen. PIT 66. Evgeni Malkin. Colin Wilson. BOS 32. Dany Heatley. VAN 67. MIN 49. David Backes. PHI 58. NYI 25. SJ 30. TOR 63. Pascal Dupuis. NJ 6. Teemu Selanne. Nathan Horton. Michael Frolik. Chris Drury. Eric Staal. STL 25. Wayne Simmonds. Dustin Penner. Henrik Sedin. DET 54. WAS 2. Chris Higgins.000 5 . VAN 8. T. NYR 57. Derick Brassard. Shane Doan. BOS 62. NYR 59. NJ 4. Jamie Langenbrunner. DAL 28. Steve Downie. TB 18. DET 10. Sidney Crosby. Tomas Plekanec. Steve Sullivan. WAS 4. STL 42. OTT Play Free Fantasy Hockey for a chance at $5. Scott Gomez. TB 7. OTT 67. Paul Stastny. Tomas Holmstrom. ANA 60. Johan Franzen. Jordan Staal. Brian Gionta. Valtteri Filppula. Daniel Briere. Chris Neil. DET 69. Matt Moulson. MON 32. David Perron. Patrick O'Sullivan. SJ 9. Radek Dvorak. FLA 64. Ray Whitney. NSH 34. NJ 64. NYI 27. Daniel Alfredsson. PIT 55. VAN 23. Milan Lucic. Oshie. FA 54. Tomas Fleischmann. OTT 43. Kyle Beach. Jarret Stoll. VAN 3. WAS 33. David Legwand. Phil Kessel. CGY 71. BUF 37. PIT 65. CLB 17. BOS 13. Rich Peverley. Mike Ribeiro. DAL 21. Martin St. DAL 27. TB 20. Jiri Hudler. Martin Havlat. DET 36. EDM 41. WAS 22. Patrick Kane. Brendan Morrison. Ryane Clowe. OTT 20. CHI Right Wings 1. PHI 10. Evander Kane. NYR 5. Dainius Zubrus. PHI 19. Alexandre Burrows. NJ 42. Alexander Steen. Brad Boyes. Wojtek Wolski. TB 39. Brandon Yip. Blake Comeau. NYI 56. Raffi Torres. Colby Armstrong. Cory Stillman. Derek Roy. Loui Eriksson. CHI 6. NJ 54. CHI 16. Jonathan Toews. Alexei Kovalev. Olli Jokinen. Mikhail Grabovski. CGY 60. Justin Williams. BOS 38. ANA 9. STL 35. ANA 51. CLB 71.2 Player Rankings Centers 1. Radim Vrbata. NYR 48. Jason Arnott. DET 29. Brandon Sutter. R. WAS 43. Brandon Dubinsky. Tim Kennedy. J. CHI 11. MIN 31. CHI 2. BUF 10. Brandon Crombeen. CLB 14. LA 28. Vaclav Prospal. NYR 68. WAS 65. Pierre-Marc Bouchard. Guillaume Latendresse. EDM 51. Erik Cole. Umberger. Mikko Koivu. Daymond Langkow. Simon Gagne. Scottie Upshall. WAS 8. CGY 40. DAL 12. NJ 45. CLB 64. CGY 50. BOS 44. Joe Pavelski. Anze Kopitar. Rene Bourque. Patrik Berglund. FLA 44. Milan Hejduk. CHI 36. David Booth. Steve Ott. OTT 44. Marco Sturm. Ales Hemsky. STL 40. PHO 45. Marian Hossa. Todd Bertuzzi. Claude Giroux. James Neal. DET 14. Corey Perry. NYI 72. NSH 47. SJ 6. FA 58. Chuck Kobasew. NYR 42. MIN 21.J. Nikolai Kulemin. PIT 55. Blake Wheeler. COL 34. NYI 45. PHI 19. NJ 35. Clarke MacArthur. DAL 11. Todd White. Brenden Morrow. ATL 58. Mike Richards. FLA 30. Nick Foligno. BUF 61. Brian Rolston. ANA 4. Michal Handzus. Antoine Vermette. Jason Chimera. Bobby Ryan. SJ 20. ATL 15. CAR 43. STL 39. David Clarkson. ANA 31. NSH 47. Ryan Malone. Mikael Samuelsson. WAS 24. EDM 17. Jarome Iginla. CAR 11. TOR 66. James van Riemsdyk. Daniel Cleary. MON 33. Brooks Laich. MON 31. Marian Gaborik. OTT 48. Milan Michalek. PHO 19. CLB 7. Jochen Hecht. BOS 37. Alexander Ovechkin. Nikita Filatov. Kristian Huselius. NSH 46. STL 70. SJ 23. Tuomo Ruutu. ANA 7. Michael Ryder. COL 63. Chris Kunitz. BOS 12. Eric Fehr. Martin Erat. LA 28. Kris Versteeg. LA 48. TOR 68. FLA 65. Troy Brouwer. Bill Guerin. ATL 57. CAR 46. ANA 72. Patric Hornqvist. BUF 61. BUF 29. Jakub Voracek. BOS 49. NYR 41. NSH 34. DET 38. CGY 52. NSH 67. Vincent Lecavalier. Chris Stewart. Curtis Glencross. MIN 29. MIN 70. Jordan Eberle. LA 56. MIN 23. PHI 47. Kyle Okposo. Nikolai Antropov. Mason Raymond. Scott Hartnell. Tyler Bozak. Zach Parise. Sean Avery. Taylor Hall. CLB 26. Mike Fisher. Ville Leino. STL 24. PHO 53. Jason Pominville. Andrew Brunette. BUF 61. Michael Cammalleri. PIT 2. CAR 55.J. Ryan Callahan. NSH Left Wings 1. Jussi Jokinen. CGY 56. MON 27. Sergei Samsonov. Patrice Bergeron. LA 18. Matt Beleskey. Brad Richards. CGY 14. Jason Blake. STL 26. Ryan Kesler. NJ 18. TB 17. PHO 22. Ryan Smyth. TB 8. EDM 26. Mark Recchi. Niklas Hagman. TOR 59. Nikolai Zherdev. Ruslan Fedotenko. Tyler Ennis. NYR 30.P. NJ 21. COL 41. FLA 70. Mike Knuble. Devin Setoguchi. Ilya Kovalchuk. TOR 59. Pavel Datsyuk. Joel Ward. LA 72. Tim Connolly. PHI 32. Peter Regin. FA 39. CGY 5. Sam Gagner. COL 13. Patrick Sharp. Jason Spezza. LA 50. COL 24. Stephen Weiss. WAS 69. Tyler Seguin. ATL 63. Matt Duchene. Henrik Zetterberg. Alex Frolov. BUF 13. LA 40. NYR 62. DAL 46. Drew Stafford. PHI 16. Andrew Ladd. Louis. Owen Nolan. CAR 62. BOS 57. Jamie Benn. OTT 12. CAR 71. Steven Stamkos. CAR 16. PHI 9. FLA 49. Joe Thornton. PIT 3. Ales Kotalik. NYI 68. Trent Hunter. Jeff Carter.

FLA 52. John Carlson. Ondrej Pavelec. DAL 22. TOR 23. SJ 4. Carey Price. Francois Beauchemin. Antero Niittymaki. CLB 43. ATL 9. MIN 49. Brent Burns. EDM 72. Eric Brewer. SJ 83. Niklas Kronwall. James Wisniewski. Tom Gilbert. PIT 45. Jack Hillen. SJ 37. Pascal Leclaire. Luke Schenn. VAN 81. MON 41. Kari Lehtonen. Subban. NYR 49. Dion Phaneuf. BOS 5. Kris Russell. CAR 50. LA 35. Cam Ward. Jason Demers. Zach Bogosian. Roman Hamrlik. Sami Salo. Keith Yandle. COL 123. NSH 27. STL 7. WAS 2. Daniel Girardi. COL 46. WAS 26. Semyon Varlamov. Kent Huskins. Denis Grebeshkov. Chris Pronger. Dennis Seidenberg. TB 70. PHI 7. Tobias Enstrom. PIT Play Free Fantasy Hockey for a chance at $5. VAN 4. TB 38. Tomas Kaberle. FLA 37. Brian Rafalski. Tomas Vokoun. Matthew Carle. Brent Johnson. FA 42. CHI 120. Marc-Andre Fleury. Jimmy Howard. MON 65. Devan Dubnyk. Brian Elliott. Filip Kuba. Marc-Andre Bergeron. SJ 40. PIT 116. Dan Boyle. CHI 51. Manny Legace. CLB 18.000 6 . Steve Eminger. Jaroslav Halak. Nikolai Khabibulin. Andy Greene. Mark Giordano. DET 24. TOR 25. Alexander Edler. Jamie McBain. EDM 43. Jordan Leopold. CHI 19. Ed Jovanovski. NYR 68. STL 102. ATL 28. LA 14. John-Michael Liles.Defensemen 1. MIN 51. Kyle Quincey. Shea Weber. Andrej Sekera. Dan Hamhuis. Cam Barker. LA 105. NSH 124. Tom Poti. PHI 22. Victor Hedman. DET 121. Corey Crawford. Alex Pietrangelo. STL 86. BOS 52. NYI 33. Justin Peters. Christian Ehrhoff. NSH 50. COL 115. Kevin Bieksa. EDM 38. BUF 94. Tim Gleason. PHI 36. CLB 92. ATL 107. Erik Karlsson. BUF 3. Steve Montador. STL 97. Joni Pitkanen. NYR 122. Cody Franson. PHO 34. Rick Dipietro. PHI 30. Mark Streit. Kyle Cumiskey. Andrei Markov. Dwayne Roloson. CLB 58. Tim Thomas. ANA 17. Willie Mitchell. Zbynek Michalek. Braydon Coburn. Michael Del Zotto. TOR 99. Martin Biron. FA 46. MON 32. Anton Babchuk. Chris Phillips. Dennis Wideman. OTT 103. P. VAN 21. STL 89. Trevor Daley. PHO 78. Anton Stralman. ANA 8. Chris Mason. CGY 26. PIT 109. Craig Anderson. MIN 16. Erik Johnson. Mark Dekanich. BUF 11. Marty Turco. NJ 2. BOS 27. Brian Campbell. Sheldon Souray. Jonathan Quick. STL 23. EDM 71. Chris Butler. Luca Sbisa. Keith Ballard. DAL 100. CAR 47. Joe Corvo. Bryan McCabe. NSH 85. NSH 10. DAL 44. CAR 44. BUF 119. MON 84. VAN 19. ATL 47. OTT 16. NYI 45. Duncan Keith. Jack Johnson. PHI 73. MON 62. Mattias Ohlund. Kurtis Foster. NYR 96. Henrik Lundqvist. Martin Brodeur. Jonathon Blum. NYR 82. NYR 11. NYR 118. Pekka Rinne. BUF 114. Ryan Suter. CAR 20. SJ 32. NYR 29. OTT 30. Fedor Tyutin. STL Goalies 1. DET 113. Jonathan Ericsson. CHI 6. CGY 53. Jean-Sebastien Giguere. TOR 10. Brooks Orpik. PHO 6. Ron Hainsey. Roberto Luongo. VAN 98. ATL 54. Craig Rivet. CGY 9. Jonas Hiller. Andrej Meszaros. CAR 90. DAL 33. BOS 13. Steve Mason. PIT 42. Marc-Edouard Vlasic. ATL 66. OTT 55. Jonathan Bernier. Michael Leighton. WAS 59. BOS 108. EDM 31. Nicklas Lidstrom. TB 87. Jay Bouwmeester. Jose Theodore. Kristopher Letang. FLA 17. LA 3. CGY 95. Josh Harding. Ilya Bryzgalov. Roman Polak. STL 48. Jaroslav Spacek. Scott Clemmensen.K. CAR 20. Tuukka Rask. MIN 18. ANA 74. BUF 91. OTT 29. DET 8. TB 25. NYI 12. PHO 35. Brian Boucher. Michal Neuvirth. Antti Niemi. EDM 40. Alex Goligoski. PHO 56. LA 60. TOR 110. Toni Lydman. Ryan Whitney. CHI 41. Brent Seabrook. Ty Conklin. Lubomir Visnovsky. Stephane Robidas. NJ 61. VAN 69. WAS 39. ATL 31. Tyler Myers. Miikka Kiprusoff. NYI 80. NYI 93. PHI 57. CLB 117. Oliver Ekman-Larsson. PHI 67. COL 12. DET 13. Shane O'Brien. DET 5. TOR 24. CAR 36. Paul Martin. MIN 77. Johnny Boychuk. SJ 101. Thomas Greiss. Jonas Gustavsson. COL 88. Adrian Aucoin. Ian White. Drew Doughty. Kevin Shattenkirk. Ryan Wilson. WAS 64. SJ 53. OTT 104. FA 106. VAN 63. Andrew Raycroft. VAN 39. Carl Gunnarsson . Derek Morris. Carlo Colaiacovo. BUF 79. OTT 34. Kimmo Timonen. Ryan Miller. CHI 28. Barrett Jackman. ANA 125. MON 21. COL 48. Sergei Gonchar. TOR 76. Dan Ellis. PIT 15. Brad Stuart. Mike Green. Michal Rozsival. Chris Campoli. Mathieu Garon. Johnny Oduya. FLA 14. PHO 112. Pavel Kubina. Marc Staal. Matt Gilroy. Dmitri Kulikov. Niklas Backstrom. Niklas Hjalmarsson. NSH 15. Zdeno Chara. Dustin Byfuglien. Marek Zidlicky. PIT 75. FLA 111.

D 52. CAR 20. Kari Lehtonen. BOS. NSH 46. Sergei Gonchar. Erik Cole. Mike Green. WAS. EDM 38. Andy McDonald. Derek Roy. D 87. ANA. Christian Ehrhoff. RW 144. SJ 23. PHI 58. Bill Guerin. PIT 2. D 108. Joe Pavelski. NSH. TOR 25. SJ 40. PHI. TOR. Jason Pominville. CLB 7. Devan Dubnyk. Joni Pitkanen. Taylor Hall. David Backes. Michael Leighton. C 61. Alexei Ponikarovsky. Ilya Kovalchuk. CHI 6. CAR 36. Kristian Huselius. Alex Tanguay. CAR. Colby Armstrong. LW 88. PHO 22. DET 60. LW 102. Andy McDonald. Rene Bourque. Martin St. Alexei Kovalev. Vincent Lecavalier. G 48. G 37. Andrei Kostitsyn. OTT 43. WAS 4. Jamie Langenbrunner. PHO 53. Ray Whitney. MIN. Drew Doughty. C 141. BUF. Cam Ward. DET. G 71. Tomas Holmstrom. LW 150. Pekka Rinne. PIT 3. T. Ville Leino. Niklas Backstrom. DET. Shawn Horcoff. FLA 49. G 176. Brian Rolston. C 76. Daniel Sedin. SJ. CGY 52. D 189. Sidney Crosby. FLA 37. BUF 37. Mike Ribeiro. VAN 8. DAL. Wojtek Wolski. Brian Campbell. Cam Ward. Nikolai Khabibulin. DAL. NYI. ANA. Blake Wheeler. Kristian Huselius. DAL 11. BOS 49. RW 44. John Tavares. Semyon Varlamov. C 45. PHI 10.J. LA. RW 95. EDM. CLB. LW 23. Kyle Okposo. CAR 55. Marty Turco. C 21. Martin Brodeur. NYI 45. Evgeni Malkin. DET 38. Alexander Steen. CLB 18. Stephen Weiss. Vincent Lecavalier. DET 5. NJ. MON 33. Jarome Iginla. WAS 24. FA 58. Jonas Gustavsson. Nathan Horton. Michael Cammalleri. BUF. ANA 17. Mike Fisher. RW 133. NYR 11. LW 15. David Clarkson. Brad Boyes. D 145. Miikka Kiprusoff. Justin Williams. TB. LA 40. LW 60. G 62. DET. ATL 57. Jaroslav Halak. Dustin Penner. LW 129. Shawn Horcoff. CGY 9. PIT 15. STL 39. Mike Knuble. C 6. Paul Stastny. LA. David Booth. ANA 7. LW 82. FLA. EDM 51. NJ. BOS 13. MON. BOS 36. SJ 20. LW 42. LW 106. Brad Richards. Patrice Bergeron. Erik Johnson. PHI 36. D 109. DAL. Mike Knuble. NYR. TB 18. Nikolai Zherdev. Henrik Zetterberg. Steve Ott. CGY 50. RW 122. CHI. G 36. Jason Arnott. Patrik Berglund. COL. Martin Biron. C 166. NJ 18. Ray Whitney. Tyler Ennis. LA 48. PHO 56. Henrik Sedin. NSH. RW 93. PHI 57. Cory Stillman.Cheat Sheet Top 200 1. OTT. Dany Heatley. RW 113. Shea Weber. Claude Giroux. G 190. ANA. CLB 26. G 53. SJ 53. OTT 20. C 137. C 146. Alexander Ovechkin. Daymond Langkow. CAR 47. Marek Zidlicky. FLA 30. Tim Thomas. WAS. DET. COL 13. PIT. NJ. CHI 51. C 97. MON 21. Nicklas Backstrom. TB 8. CGY. Drew Doughty. Jakub Voracek. TOR 25. STL. PHI 19. Zdeno Chara. Loui Eriksson. Sidney Crosby. G 124. Eric Staal. G 188. Ed Jovanovski. Jimmy Howard. Mike Ribeiro. NYI 45. DET. NYR. Tim Connolly. FA 54. Nikolai Zherdev. PHI 32. NJ 4. Rick Nash. ANA 60. Ryan Smyth. CHI 16. Guillaume Latendresse. Pavel Datsyuk. James Neal. DET. EDM. Jiri Hudler. FLA 14. Filip Kuba. Daniel Carcillo. Brenden Morrow. Henrik Lundqvist. Ryan Getzlaf. D 165. Andrew Brunette. J. Saku Koivu. Nicklas Lidstrom. PHI. Patrick Kane. RW 143. DAL 28. RW 149. DAL. Marian Hossa. DAL 12. Ryan Suter. Joni Pitkanen. Niklas Hagman. WAS 2. Ty Conklin. Jimmy Howard. David Backes. LW 117. DAL 21. G 68. Tomas Plekanec. LA 60. CHI 28. NYR 41. CHI 11. CGY 53. Andrew Brunette. LW 162. LW 58. NSH 10. Jack Johnson. Kyle Quincey. Dan Boyle. PIT 55. NJ. Kris Versteeg. C 10. C 182. Chris Stewart. C 90. ANA 4. BOS 44. Chris Stewart. FA 39. Travis Zajac. Mike Richards. Ryan Miller. FLA 50. C 3. Kevin Bieksa. STL. Henrik Zetterberg. TOR. VAN. TB. VAN 39. MON 27. Kari Lehtonen. LW 152. LW 99. Scott Clemmensen. EDM. RW 107. Mark Streit. CGY 60. Kris Versteeg. Niklas Kronwall. SJ 3. C 96. TOR 59. Alex Frolov. CHI 41. Alexandre Burrows. NYI. Darcy Tucker. STL. Martin Havlat. CLB. G 17. Ilya Kovalchuk. DET. CHI. PHI 16. DAL 27. FLA 17. TOR 59. Johan Franzen. FLA. Thomas Vanek. P. G 65. BOS 32. Tyler Seguin. CGY. OTT 16. WAS 2. LW 110. Saku Koivu. C 186. Jonathan Bernier. MIN 23. EDM. LA. Louis. Rich Peverley. OTT 29. STL 26. BOS 12. Tyler Myers. LW 114. LW 130. VAN. COL 46. Steve Downie. G 25. D 195. ATL. Tomas Plekanec. SJ 32. PHI. Keith Yandle. D 104. Daniel Briere. OTT. Patrick Marleau. Bobby Ryan. LA 3. STL. BUF 29. FA 169. CHI. Tomas Kaberle. VAN 3. RW 92. Jay Bouwmeester. TB. D 115. PHI 30. NYR 5. NYI 27. Troy Brouwer. Michael Del Zotto. CHI. LA 50. Andy Greene. Steve Mason. LW 179. STL. James Neal. Joe Thornton. Jamie Benn. BOS 5. D 198. PHO. PHO. LW 131. Michael Cammalleri. Jordan Staal. Milan Hejduk. NSH 15. Dumont. C 116. LA. G 41. Marc Savard. D 79. COL 41. MON 41. ATL 28. BOS 27. Chris Pronger. LW 161. PHI 22.J. MIN 29. C 32. OTT 34. DET 14. C 199. VAN. Zach Parise. CLB 17. C 81. Rich Peverley. Ryan Whitney. Rene Bourque. PHO 34. D 200. Milan Lucic. NYR 49. PHI 7. OTT. Antti Niemi. Alexander Semin. TOR 23. Adrian Aucoin. NJ 6. MON. ANA 8. CLB 43. Chris Pronger. Antoine Vermette. Scott Hartnell. RW 120. OTT. Brandon Sutter. CGY 14. Ryan Malone. Nikolai Antropov. Devin Setoguchi. CHI. OTT. John-Michael Liles. OTT 30. Jay Bouwmeester. G 14. NYI 56. D 77. Jose Theodore. Brian Gionta. C 8. C 123. Jeff Carter. RW 160. Ilya Bryzgalov. MIN. 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Phil Kessel. Owen Nolan. Tomas Fleischmann. C 63. PHI 19. BOS. WAS 59. CLB. Shane Doan. EDM 26. SJ. Colin Wilson. Marc-Andre Fleury. RW 67. PIT. C 151. ANA 51. Tuukka Rask. RW 72. WAS. Tuomo Ruutu. NJ 21. MON 31. FLA. BUF Left Wings 1. PHI. Mark Recchi. Steve Downie. Tomas Kaberle. DET 8. DET 10. Brandon Dubinsky. FA 42. OTT. Tim Connolly. DAL. STL 23. EDM 31. LA 56. CAR 44. Wayne Simmonds. Marek Zidlicky. MIN 21. DET 36. BUF Right Wings 1. Phil Kessel. Joe Pavelski. LW 172. Brian Rafalski. Tom Poti. NSH 47. Duncan Keith. CGY 26. Claude Giroux. Brian Rolston. Steve Sullivan. Alexei Ponikarovsky. Marian Gaborik. Blake Comeau. Nathan Horton. Carey Price. Ryan Callahan. Jason Blake. LA. Dustin Brown. Ales Hemsky. Dan Ellis. LA 18. Sergei Gonchar. CGY 56. WAS. Mathieu Garon. FLA. Ryan Miller. Fedor Tyutin. C 26.K. CGY. Vaclav Prospal. Teemu Selanne. Ryane Clowe. BOS. RW 57. NYI. Patric Hornqvist. Tomas Holmstrom. Brad Boyes. Marian Gaborik. Anton Babchuk. FA 46. Zach Bogosian. Craig Anderson. Antoine Vermette. CAR 46. Mike Fisher. Ondrej Pavelec. VAN 4. Jamie Benn. WAS. Jonas Hiller. LW 94. C 101. NYR. CGY 40. C 18. WAS. CHI. James van Riemsdyk. CLB. ATL 9. BOS 37. Mikael Samuelsson. NYR 29. LW 128. D 193. Jeff Carter. SJ. SJ 4. D 132. OTT 44. LW 147. Tobias Enstrom. D Rankings by Position Centers 1. D 155. Michael Del Zotto. BUF. C 51. LW 86. WAS. Patrick Sharp. BOS. LW 2. TB. ANA 9. NYR 48. PHO 35. Chris Mason. PIT 55. D 181. Derek Roy. Paul Stastny. CHI. PHI. Dan Boyle. Drew Stafford. WAS. TB 7. Johan Franzen. DET. Patrik Berglund. ANA 33. Tobias Enstrom. Dion Phaneuf. SJ 37. Teemu Selanne. WAS 8. NSH 34. TB 25. CLB. BOS 38. C 83. DAL 44. Martin St. PHO 6. Kimmo Timonen. LW 142. Stephane Robidas. MIN. Loui Eriksson. Jarome Iginla. Alexander Edler. Pekka Rinne. Anze Kopitar. Jussi Jokinen. Jarret Stoll. Thomas Vanek. Jamie McBain. RW 54. Tyler Myers. Louis. MIN. Bobby Ryan. C 194. PIT Play Free Fantasy Hockey for a chance at $5. VAN 21. C 56. LW 59. Dany Heatley. Zach Parise. Alexander Semin. Ryan Kesler. Jaroslav Halak. PIT. Andrew Raycroft. SJ. DAL 22. CHI 36. LW 80. C 30. C 5. LW 158. Niclas Bergfors. WAS 26. MIN. Milan Lucic. TOR 38. RW 184. RW 19. PHO. RW 24. LW 187. Patrice Bergeron. D 156. Alex Tanguay. Jonathan Toews. TB 20. Alex Frolov. ATL 58. NJ. Pavel Datsyuk. LA. Scott Gomez. Oshie. Tomas Fleischmann. C 121. Wayne Simmonds. NJ 45. Daniel Briere. Brooks Laich. Jonathan Toews. Henrik Sedin. BOS. Joffrey Lupul. Cory Stillman. WAS 22. ATL 52. D 135. Brandon Dubinsky. Jochen Hecht. EDM 17. COL 48. C 11. Troy Brouwer. Guillaume Latendresse. R. DAL 37. Stephen Weiss. SJ. Peter Regin. TOR 24. MIN 49. ATL 31. CLB 58. Alexander Edler. TOR. MIN 49. Brian Gionta. Braydon Coburn. LW 75. Roberto Luongo. RW 127. Bryan McCabe. Mikko Koivu. LW 138. LW 70. COL. T. STL 42. TOR. WAS 39. Daymond Langkow. Alex Goligoski. C 183.000 7 . Milan Michalek. LA 35. Steve Mason. David Perron. NSH 27. TOR. Dion Phaneuf. Patrik Elias. Jason Spezza. NYR 30. Brenden Morrow. Joe Corvo. NYR 59. Brian Rafalski. RW 7. Scottie Upshall. Alexander Ovechkin. RW 103. G 50. STL. Nicklas Lidstrom. Matt Moulson. Martin Erat. Patrick Sharp. LW 22. LW 126. COL 24. C 139. RW 39. Steve Ott. STL 24. DET 29. VAN 35. D 26. PHI 52. NYI 25. MIN 31. Jonathan Quick. Curtis Glencross. PHI. OTT. RW 85. Brad Richards. Tuukka Rask. LW 185. Chris Drury. D 167. STL 25. Lubomir Visnovsky. D 163. BUF 10. RW 35. NYR. Mike Green. PHO 15. Oshie. ATL. G 40. Alexandre Burrows. Brooks Laich. DET 24. Vaclav Prospal. Jiri Hudler. Tyler Bozak. Daniel Alfredsson. DAL. Simon Gagne. COL 34. Carey Price. Ryan Kesler. Cam Barker. LW 69. Patrik Elias. WAS. Marc Savard. Kyle Okposo. PIT 42. G 43. ATL 54. VAN. EDM. G 16. ANA 31. Antti Miettinen. BOS 13. ANA. NYI 12. Niklas Kronwall. ANA. Mason Raymond. STL. Kimmo Timonen. David Clarkson. CGY 5. Zdeno Chara. Mark Streit. RW 196. STL 48. Antero Niittymaki. VAN 15. LW 105. Mikael Samuelsson. Michael Frolik. LW 64. RW 33. STL 7. 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STL David Backes. VAN Jonathan Toews. CAR Marc Savard. MON Mike Ribeiro. WAS Henrik Sedin. PIT Jarret Stoll. ATL Dainius Zubrus. NYI Antoine Vermette. CAR Mike Fisher. EDM Rich Peverley. BUF Stephen Weiss. PIT Nicklas Backstrom. OTT Mikko Koivu. ANA Matt Duchene.000 PPG 16 15 12 4 9 9 17 11 9 15 7 8 11 11 10 14 13 10 13 8 12 5 14 12 6 4 5 2 8 6 9 12 11 5 5 4 6 7 5 5 6 8 7 8 6 2 4 9 8 6 5 7 5 2 7 9 11 6 4 6 7 2 6 4 SHG 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 5 1 1 0 0 2 1 0 2 1 2 3 1 0 2 1 1 2 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 2 1 0 2 1 2 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 SOG 302 281 260 184 175 217 355 245 210 305 188 202 322 240 214 299 269 313 229 255 205 253 230 212 168 212 144 217 189 209 237 137 220 224 166 166 201 207 166 165 216 199 206 220 174 150 163 182 167 195 134 220 280 201 162 189 202 163 203 150 134 187 116 135 8 FPTS 302 280 278 268 238 234 226 217 215 201 201 199 196 194 194 187 182 182 180 179 178 174 169 168 162 161 160 158 158 156 156 154 154 153 152 143 141 141 140 137 136 135 132 131 128 125 124 124 124 122 120 120 119 116 115 113 113 112 110 109 109 108 107 105 . CLB Brian Rolston. DAL Derek Roy. DET Ryan Kesler. NJ Brendan Morrison. PHI Pavel Datsyuk. BOS Paul Stastny. OTT Tyler Seguin. NYR Alexander Steen. TB Anze Kopitar. ATL Tyler Bozak. PHI Patrick Marleau. COL Travis Zajac. CHI Vincent Lecavalier. COL Henrik Zetterberg. NYR Evander Kane. DAL Colin Wilson.2010-11 Projections Centers Player Sidney Crosby. TOR Olli Jokinen. BOS Tim Connolly. NSH Peter Regin. SJ Ryan Getzlaf. ANA Steven Stamkos. NJ David Krejci. MIN Brooks Laich. DET Eric Staal. BUF Patrice Bergeron. CGY Tyler Ennis. FLA Scott Gomez. DAL Jason Spezza. ATL R. STL Brandon Dubinsky. BUF Todd White. CLB Tomas Plekanec. NJ Jordan Staal. LA Chris Drury. BOS Daymond Langkow. CGY Sam Gagner. MON Saku Koivu. Umberger. NJ Steve Ott. WAS John Tavares. TB Mike Richards. BOS Patrik Berglund. VAN Joe Thornton. LA Jeff Carter. NYR Niclas Bergfors. OTT Jason Arnott. SJ Brad Richards. PIT Evgeni Malkin.J. STL Brandon Sutter. WAS GP G A PTS +/PIM 79 43 76 119 14 76 80 41 69 110 12 86 82 36 71 107 32 64 82 31 80 111 20 56 82 24 68 92 18 53 76 27 60 87 15 100 81 45 49 94 -4 40 80 34 48 82 7 67 79 31 53 84 28 20 82 37 43 80 5 60 67 19 60 79 9 66 78 28 56 84 6 35 73 32 43 75 20 33 80 28 44 72 1 105 79 35 44 79 15 34 80 26 48 74 -11 64 82 31 45 76 -10 22 79 39 35 74 5 41 79 36 35 71 4 26 80 21 57 78 -13 15 71 30 40 70 7 46 72 22 50 72 2 51 80 27 36 63 5 65 82 33 36 69 -5 33 80 26 39 65 5 53 81 23 42 65 4 38 79 20 48 68 4 36 80 25 40 65 7 50 79 28 34 62 15 34 81 16 45 61 4 60 79 31 36 67 -11 33 73 18 39 57 5 63 81 28 34 62 3 21 82 22 41 63 18 25 77 19 43 62 16 24 75 16 45 61 1 27 77 22 39 61 -6 24 77 26 30 56 14 32 80 22 28 50 -6 136 80 22 30 52 4 82 80 28 30 58 -3 33 82 28 29 57 -1 26 78 23 25 48 13 69 76 25 26 51 5 42 73 22 20 42 -5 142 80 21 34 55 -4 42 77 21 30 51 7 40 73 17 28 45 6 34 72 19 27 46 6 38 80 16 36 52 -4 32 78 19 27 46 2 42 82 24 26 50 -13 51 78 26 22 48 2 26 71 20 26 46 12 46 72 13 26 39 0 50 78 20 24 44 -6 32 80 23 25 48 -7 8 80 18 27 45 -5 18 81 18 25 43 2 36 60 18 22 40 1 36 73 15 29 44 -10 26 76 20 20 40 4 84 81 15 26 41 5 45 78 18 26 44 -6 35 Play Free Fantasy Hockey for a chance at $5. MON Michael Cammalleri.

PIT Mathieu Perreault. ATL Nathan Gerbe. FA John Mitchell. CGY Matt Stajan. PIT Jim Slater. VAN Marc-Antoine Pouliot. DET Pierre-Marc Bouchard. BUF Jay McClement. NSH Mikhail Grabovski. VAN Rob Niedermayer. NYI Martin Hanzal. MIN Rostislav Olesz. FLA Peter Mueller. MIN Steve Reinprecht. LA Kyle Wellwood. DET Mikael Backlund. WAS Rod Pelley. FLA Brayden Schenn. ANA Maxime Talbot.000 9 . FLA Erik Christensen. LA Kyle Beach. SJ Marty Reasoner. TB Jacob Josefson. ANA GP 60 77 55 77 65 80 81 55 58 77 73 68 78 72 50 74 79 80 78 82 77 65 50 68 60 75 67 75 82 60 73 69 74 41 76 55 80 81 77 79 81 79 76 40 75 68 65 76 76 55 45 65 45 81 55 47 62 69 75 64 62 70 66 58 61 80 G 20 19 15 16 11 12 19 13 22 20 14 15 15 17 8 15 12 12 17 16 13 15 12 13 10 11 13 16 15 12 12 11 14 12 12 12 12 10 10 11 14 15 13 11 16 9 11 4 12 11 10 9 9 11 15 13 7 8 8 7 8 7 9 8 4 8 A 24 25 26 27 27 29 21 21 16 21 26 27 26 26 26 18 25 18 20 21 22 17 18 21 25 23 10 20 18 18 20 17 20 21 18 20 19 20 18 19 16 17 14 16 10 17 15 17 15 13 15 11 14 16 14 12 14 12 11 13 15 12 10 12 12 8 PTS 44 44 41 43 38 41 40 34 38 41 40 42 41 43 34 33 37 30 37 37 35 32 30 34 35 34 23 36 33 30 32 28 34 33 30 32 31 30 28 30 30 32 27 27 26 26 26 21 27 24 25 20 23 27 29 25 21 20 19 20 23 19 19 20 16 16 +/0 -4 -2 7 7 -9 0 0 -7 -8 -1 -2 -6 -3 -3 5 0 -5 -7 -3 -3 -8 7 -5 0 4 6 -5 -2 4 -10 -7 0 0 1 -4 -2 4 0 -7 -8 -6 -4 -1 -2 -11 -8 0 -4 -3 0 0 2 -9 -10 2 -3 3 4 12 1 -4 -8 4 -5 -5 PIM 26 36 52 34 20 60 35 120 47 51 27 24 20 18 53 46 24 86 17 26 28 34 62 36 24 16 92 24 36 14 41 55 16 30 34 32 16 22 41 20 40 20 26 12 5 32 50 74 29 27 20 60 12 32 12 20 41 36 50 18 8 40 52 10 60 61 PPG 4 3 4 1 4 3 6 0 7 3 3 3 5 2 5 3 2 2 3 2 4 5 1 3 1 2 4 0 2 3 2 3 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 2 0 0 3 3 6 2 0 0 0 3 2 1 2 0 2 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 SHG 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 3 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 4 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 SOG 145 175 92 142 103 135 127 106 155 145 118 95 154 117 107 152 145 140 121 122 128 126 121 94 92 113 123 185 144 166 110 111 140 95 120 114 119 165 103 139 118 159 147 95 96 93 110 89 121 101 90 101 90 111 85 134 106 85 102 112 104 78 84 48 94 63 FPTS 105 105 105 104 102 101 100 100 99 98 97 96 95 95 92 90 89 88 85 85 84 83 82 81 79 79 78 78 78 76 76 74 74 74 73 71 70 70 70 69 69 66 64 63 62 62 61 61 60 60 60 60 59 59 59 56 56 54 53 52 51 50 50 47 46 45 Play Free Fantasy Hockey for a chance at $5. NSH Casey Wellman. DAL Zach Boychuk. SJ Colin Fraser. EDM Matt Cullen. NYR Logan Couture. NYR Eric Tangradi. MIN Derick Brassard. STL Brett Connolly. BUF Marcel Goc. TB Kyle Brodziak. PHO Mike Modano. MIN Cody Hodgson. CGY Nazim Kadri. NJ Dominic Moore. PHO Paul Gaustad.Player Jordan Eberle. PIT Gilbert Brule. NYI Andrew Cogliano. PHO Josh Bailey. MIN Ryan O'Reilly. NJ Kyle Chipchura. DET Artem Anisimov. NSH Frans Nielsen. FLA Doug Weight. PHO Richard Park. EDM Tom Wandell. TOR Kyle Turris. DET Scott Nichol. CAR Todd Marchant. COL Shawn Matthias. OTT John Madden. BUF Darren Helm. EDM Eric Belanger. NYI Matthew Lombardi. EDM David Legwand. COL Vernon Fiddler. TB Torrey Mitchell. CLB Michal Handzus. SJ Manny Malhotra. CHI Mike Comrie. NYI Chris Kelly. TOR Valtteri Filppula. TOR Justin Abdelkader.

WAS Blake Wheeler. BOS Darcy Tucker. BOS Radim Vrbata. PHI Jakub Voracek. CHI Martin St. LA Johan Franzen. ANA Jarome Iginla. EDM Kyle Okposo. FLA Radek Dvorak. VAN Chris Stewart.Right Wings Player Patrick Kane. CAR Brandon Yip. NSH David Perron. OTT Martin Havlat. NYR Antti Miettinen. FA Wayne Simmonds. DET Devin Setoguchi. NSH Ryan Callahan. MON Martin Erat.000 . NJ Claude Giroux. CLB Shane Doan. NJ Eric Fehr. PHI Brian Gionta. SJ Corey Perry. OTT GP 82 82 78 82 75 82 82 72 81 80 76 78 78 82 75 82 81 82 76 76 76 77 80 82 72 82 81 73 80 70 82 75 77 81 80 81 80 69 80 68 79 76 82 82 73 81 78 76 73 80 63 68 73 72 76 68 68 80 69 76 70 64 79 75 79 67 G 36 44 25 39 40 27 33 38 28 27 22 30 26 26 29 27 17 20 22 26 27 28 24 29 19 25 28 28 27 27 24 30 21 22 24 24 21 23 19 20 18 28 19 20 20 18 20 17 14 19 14 18 16 14 21 14 15 14 16 16 14 18 15 15 17 9 A 63 47 57 44 33 52 34 33 32 39 46 38 44 34 34 37 42 46 38 37 28 29 36 28 41 37 31 25 32 24 34 22 35 29 24 25 28 23 26 26 22 23 22 25 25 24 18 26 28 23 25 20 23 23 22 28 17 21 20 20 26 16 20 23 22 11 PTS 99 91 82 83 73 79 67 71 60 66 68 68 70 60 63 64 59 66 60 63 55 57 60 57 60 62 59 53 59 51 58 52 56 51 48 49 49 46 45 46 40 51 41 45 45 42 38 43 42 42 39 38 39 37 43 42 32 35 36 36 40 34 35 38 39 20 +/14 22 12 4 22 2 13 7 4 14 11 5 3 4 -8 4 13 1 -2 8 15 7 -6 -4 -5 -10 -12 16 9 6 -11 8 -7 6 1 7 7 -8 14 11 2 8 16 0 -12 5 3 -4 -16 -12 6 4 -3 4 -15 -10 6 6 8 3 -12 5 2 -1 -4 3 PIM 32 73 110 56 40 12 136 76 152 34 20 64 32 62 50 35 53 19 73 36 46 72 80 50 35 35 52 39 18 31 44 36 49 67 72 36 40 92 95 26 124 13 58 21 67 24 42 38 67 46 50 63 39 56 56 20 71 63 36 38 28 44 24 26 20 173 PPG 12 16 7 12 9 9 4 12 9 7 8 6 7 12 10 6 6 6 7 6 13 7 2 10 5 5 8 11 7 11 6 11 4 4 9 10 5 7 1 10 3 2 3 6 5 5 8 5 4 5 1 3 8 4 1 5 6 2 4 5 2 6 6 2 2 1 SHG 0 0 0 0 3 2 4 0 1 7 3 1 0 1 0 1 2 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 SOG 290 290 264 287 292 238 219 260 176 242 188 192 192 235 188 202 228 180 182 178 179 242 231 220 173 260 262 228 205 205 233 247 171 175 142 198 164 205 140 142 156 195 168 236 161 130 267 149 149 195 127 147 152 136 180 96 101 118 161 168 195 130 183 140 163 87 10 FPTS 239 236 217 207 193 192 187 184 174 174 173 166 166 164 157 156 155 155 155 153 152 149 146 145 145 141 141 140 139 137 135 134 134 131 131 129 125 124 123 122 119 116 112 110 109 107 106 102 102 101 99 98 98 98 97 97 95 94 93 92 90 90 90 90 88 86 Play Free Fantasy Hockey for a chance at $5. BOS Kris Versteeg. ANA Nikolai Zherdev. NYI Dustin Brown. CAR Blake Comeau. MIN Justin Williams. TB Alexandre Burrows. TOR Chris Neil. STL Ales Hemsky. MIN Mike Knuble. CGY Scottie Upshall.P. CLB Jamie Langenbrunner. PHO Tuomo Ruutu. NYI Mark Recchi. PHI Alexei Kovalev. COL Brad Boyes. SJ Teemu Selanne. TOR Daniel Cleary. TOR Bill Guerin. DET Drew Stafford. ANA Scott Hartnell. FA Erik Cole. LA Milan Hejduk. COL Michael Grabner. PHO Owen Nolan. COL David Clarkson. WAS Mikael Samuelsson. BUF Patrick O'Sullivan. BOS Kristian Huselius. VAN Bobby Ryan. STL Troy Brouwer. FA Colby Armstrong. Louis. PHI Patrick Sharp. CHI Daniel Alfredsson. CAR J. Dumont. CGY Marian Hossa. OTT Nathan Horton. PHO Daniel Briere. CHI Dany Heatley. CHI Michael Ryder. ANA Curtis Glencross. LA Joffrey Lupul. FLA Nikolai Kulemin.

CHI Patrick Kaleta. NYI Joel Ward. NYI Chuck Kobasew.Player Robbie Schremp. ANA Chris Clark. OTT GP 76 72 76 65 62 74 66 67 67 71 80 76 76 58 76 79 71 82 78 62 76 60 61 59 62 41 74 50 45 G 12 16 10 15 14 15 14 15 10 12 8 12 12 12 12 8 14 13 12 7 12 4 5 7 5 9 8 12 8 A 25 16 7 16 15 18 17 13 14 17 10 16 15 7 16 14 12 10 14 16 8 18 10 11 16 13 9 8 11 PTS 37 32 17 31 29 33 31 28 24 29 18 28 27 19 28 22 26 23 26 23 20 22 15 18 21 22 17 20 19 +/-2 -5 -6 -5 2 -3 11 -4 3 2 -2 -1 -2 2 -8 -3 5 -4 -4 -1 -6 2 -10 -3 4 -3 -5 -1 -3 PIM 16 41 184 42 36 22 24 26 78 24 134 51 40 91 38 74 16 63 35 16 64 24 115 74 17 16 66 22 27 PPG 2 6 0 3 4 3 0 6 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 SHG 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SOG 122 98 118 165 160 137 99 110 89 120 78 119 93 74 132 104 117 102 145 99 136 64 95 66 60 93 88 107 65 FPTS 81 81 78 78 77 76 74 72 71 70 70 70 66 64 63 62 62 61 60 57 55 54 54 53 50 49 49 45 44 Play Free Fantasy Hockey for a chance at $5. NSH Scott Parse. MIN Brad Richardson. OTT Matt Bradley. FA Cal Clutterbuck. STL Ales Kotalik. LA Petr Prucha. DET Eric Nystrom. FLA Jarkko Ruutu. PIT Michal Repik. FLA Dan Sexton. VAN Bobby Butler. PIT Steve Bernier. LA Jere Lehtinen. MIN Vladimir Zharkov. CAR Patrick Eaves. CLB Jannik Hansen. BUF Tom Kostopoulos. WAS Tomas Kopecky. CGY Trent Hunter. NJ Jordin Tootoo.000 11 . PHO Matt Cooke. MIN Brandon Crombeen. NSH Arron Asham. BUF Mike Grier.

BUF Brenden Morrow. NYR Guillaume Latendresse. BUF Rene Bourque. NSH Ville Leino. MIN Milan Lucic. TB Alex Tanguay. DET Chris Kunitz. FLA Matt Moulson. NYI Steve Sullivan. NYR Ilya Kovalchuk. EDM Vaclav Prospal. PHI Alexei Ponikarovsky. FLA David Booth. VAN Zach Parise. DAL Ryan Smyth. BOS Clarke MacArthur. EDM Simon Gagne. Oshie. NYR Jason Blake. DET Jamie Benn. VAN GP 82 79 82 73 79 77 72 75 78 78 82 82 77 80 80 82 72 81 76 74 80 80 77 74 79 79 74 81 77 80 75 78 79 81 81 82 69 79 78 77 81 79 81 80 72 75 82 70 62 79 80 77 67 69 78 82 77 61 70 74 60 73 67 80 75 54 G 62 34 43 44 47 42 33 20 34 28 31 25 29 27 31 33 33 26 24 26 24 27 26 35 25 30 23 23 24 33 20 26 27 27 18 28 22 25 14 21 17 21 26 27 18 24 24 19 26 17 20 22 17 17 22 16 13 10 17 16 18 20 21 16 16 19 A 60 58 48 42 37 37 35 40 32 35 44 37 33 38 37 32 28 37 24 34 40 37 31 29 39 30 33 36 31 26 30 30 27 31 34 25 25 23 35 27 34 27 26 28 30 30 25 30 24 27 26 21 24 24 23 26 11 17 25 24 20 19 18 19 17 15 PTS 122 92 91 86 84 79 68 60 66 63 75 62 62 65 68 65 61 63 48 60 64 64 57 64 64 60 56 59 55 59 50 56 54 58 52 53 47 48 49 48 51 48 52 55 48 54 49 49 50 44 46 43 41 41 45 42 24 27 42 40 38 39 39 35 33 34 +/40 21 22 14 -5 -8 10 4 9 8 4 8 11 7 -5 6 14 -5 6 16 10 3 14 4 -11 -8 -4 -5 1 3 9 5 14 1 14 -1 14 4 11 3 -3 6 2 -3 2 -3 8 -6 6 0 1 13 -4 10 0 12 -4 4 -3 14 5 -11 3 5 2 -4 PIM 98 32 30 50 54 55 81 141 50 88 21 63 100 49 18 43 28 30 188 36 29 30 42 20 25 58 52 23 55 44 96 40 28 36 26 60 51 73 42 30 41 39 33 13 40 20 40 31 25 48 34 34 84 59 30 49 214 167 37 35 28 46 16 24 46 39 PPG 23 11 8 10 14 10 10 10 15 9 5 7 4 8 8 9 9 8 7 7 7 5 8 6 6 6 10 10 6 5 3 7 12 5 5 5 11 6 5 7 7 7 4 6 5 4 3 5 3 6 6 8 5 3 4 1 2 2 4 3 4 5 6 3 3 5 SHG 2 0 0 1 0 4 0 0 0 2 1 1 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 3 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 SOG 515 248 355 276 310 268 240 197 215 177 211 246 233 162 185 202 278 188 129 242 171 238 200 315 216 229 222 136 186 228 153 146 295 231 168 212 145 161 100 196 170 196 234 190 152 168 187 155 237 167 167 166 155 155 177 158 128 123 236 202 140 133 140 161 132 106 12 FPTS 337 224 219 212 207 192 186 172 170 170 167 165 165 161 159 158 157 156 156 155 153 152 150 149 146 145 143 140 139 139 138 138 137 137 135 132 131 130 126 125 125 124 123 123 123 122 119 118 116 115 113 113 112 111 106 105 103 103 102 100 95 94 93 85 85 82 Play Free Fantasy Hockey for a chance at $5. NJ Wojtek Wolski. WAS Daniel Sedin.J. CGY Taylor Hall. SJ Thomas Vanek. NYR Milan Michalek. DET Ryan Malone. TB Patrik Elias. PHI Sean Avery. DAL Tomas Holmstrom. SJ T. PHI Andrei Kostitsyn. PHO Joe Pavelski. BUF Marco Sturm. WAS Patric Hornqvist. CGY Nikolai Antropov. FLA Shawn Horcoff. CGY Andrew Ladd. NJ Rick Nash. EDM James van Riemsdyk. ATL Daniel Carcillo. ATL Jussi Jokinen. BOS Tomas Fleischmann. CLB Alexander Semin. LA Cory Stillman. LA Andrew Brunette. TB Ray Whitney.000 . MON Todd Bertuzzi. ANA Jochen Hecht. PIT Niklas Hagman. PHO Steve Downie. CAR Dustin Penner. DAL Jason Pominville. CLB Pascal Dupuis. PIT Ruslan Fedotenko.Left Wings Player Alexander Ovechkin. NSH Mason Raymond. VAN Jiri Hudler. DAL Loui Eriksson. NJ Marian Gaborik. PIT Raffi Torres. TOR Nikita Filatov. TOR Andy McDonald. STL James Neal. OTT Michael Frolik. MIN Alex Frolov. WAS Ryane Clowe. STL Phil Kessel.

ATL Daniel Paille. OTT Nigel Dawes. TOR Viktor Stalberg. FLA Sergei Samsonov. ATL Lee Stempniak.Player Tim Kennedy. MON David Jones. BOS Magnus Paajarvi-Svensson. CLB Kris Draper. SJ David Moss. BOS Gregory Campbell. NYR Jason Chimera. ANA Nick Foligno. CAR Tyler Kennedy. FA Mattias Tedenby. CAR Matt Beleskey. PHO Jamie McGinn. NJ GP 78 78 66 68 65 71 62 58 65 65 69 50 77 73 74 45 55 77 67 37 81 56 80 76 77 40 48 60 50 69 44 G 14 15 18 15 16 12 14 11 14 14 12 12 15 15 16 10 16 13 5 6 9 8 12 6 9 9 7 12 8 7 9 A 20 15 16 17 18 16 18 19 16 16 14 13 13 12 11 15 12 15 16 22 12 6 14 12 13 16 15 8 12 10 11 PTS 34 30 34 32 34 28 32 30 30 30 26 25 28 27 27 25 28 28 21 28 21 14 26 18 22 25 22 20 20 17 20 +/-1 -5 -5 -1 -5 -4 2 -6 6 12 -2 -4 0 -4 -5 1 -6 -4 6 -2 -9 -2 3 -12 -6 0 -1 -10 -2 3 0 PIM 50 90 24 30 40 55 12 22 30 14 40 20 22 43 24 36 12 16 62 22 73 124 13 98 45 18 14 36 24 28 12 PPG 1 1 6 3 0 5 3 5 0 1 2 2 2 1 4 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 1 SHG 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 2 0 1 2 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 SOG 132 131 161 102 144 95 111 114 156 175 108 142 134 132 175 66 85 132 91 37 110 59 110 141 97 49 75 129 55 80 102 FPTS 82 82 82 79 77 77 74 73 73 71 66 64 64 64 63 63 61 61 61 61 59 58 58 58 55 55 47 47 46 46 44 Play Free Fantasy Hockey for a chance at $5. PHO Chad LaRose. PIT Taylor Pyatt. EDM Travis Moen. ATL Brett MacLean. PHO Fredrik Modin. WAS Chris Higgins.000 13 . BOS Ethan Moreau. COL Daniel Paille. BOS Luca Caputi. CGY Lars Eller. DET Joe Colborne. MON Ben Eager. NYI Dean McAmmond. CHI Nino Niederreiter.

MIN Alexander Edler. PHI GP 76 82 79 80 81 80 79 82 80 82 81 78 75 76 72 77 79 81 73 79 80 82 75 82 82 80 75 82 80 62 63 73 80 80 60 79 76 66 70 74 77 80 78 74 74 79 77 73 76 80 70 82 80 70 80 80 81 72 72 66 75 82 50 70 80 80 G 25 22 17 14 14 12 10 6 14 15 14 10 13 18 12 14 9 7 7 13 5 15 9 8 12 5 7 11 15 9 10 10 9 11 14 11 14 10 7 12 6 6 20 10 10 15 5 6 18 7 15 13 14 6 10 6 6 6 10 13 6 6 4 7 6 6 A 54 45 43 39 44 40 40 46 32 40 42 40 35 28 30 37 35 40 38 30 38 27 36 37 32 36 38 31 31 30 30 34 31 28 26 31 24 28 31 29 31 34 23 31 28 16 28 28 21 23 20 22 17 30 25 24 25 23 24 20 23 24 31 23 27 22 PTS 79 67 60 53 58 52 50 52 46 55 56 50 48 46 42 51 44 47 45 43 43 42 45 45 44 41 45 42 46 39 40 44 40 39 40 42 38 38 38 41 37 40 43 41 38 31 33 34 39 30 35 35 31 36 35 30 31 29 34 33 29 30 35 30 33 28 +/10 6 1 17 25 11 33 7 1 13 -2 22 -3 6 -5 -3 -5 8 7 9 1 -8 8 -6 -4 8 11 -7 -3 -3 3 -5 0 -12 6 -5 -9 -6 5 2 18 1 -2 4 -4 9 3 5 -1 18 5 7 -7 -6 1 3 -2 13 -16 5 -4 -7 8 3 -10 6 PIM 48 55 62 100 64 88 35 98 111 32 40 40 84 70 64 28 71 45 66 60 52 96 42 20 58 63 17 40 35 48 40 84 60 74 42 34 82 97 42 44 32 28 27 30 31 84 69 63 28 74 62 46 86 32 46 85 48 52 75 22 75 85 28 51 35 60 PPG 12 5 8 8 2 5 6 2 10 5 6 5 5 7 7 7 6 3 2 5 3 5 3 4 7 2 3 8 6 5 3 1 4 6 4 6 5 2 5 2 2 2 4 2 5 5 2 4 7 2 2 3 5 2 3 2 4 3 3 4 3 2 1 3 5 3 SHG 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 SOG 230 158 197 245 220 180 187 105 247 131 151 141 139 236 163 141 121 172 170 190 121 196 76 158 145 123 147 111 135 165 128 151 163 183 136 152 159 110 67 130 145 107 173 125 133 188 150 105 138 137 147 132 175 100 125 114 150 112 121 160 120 99 55 110 142 135 14 FPTS 203 176 161 160 156 151 149 147 143 138 137 137 133 128 128 126 124 124 124 124 121 118 117 116 116 115 114 113 113 112 111 111 108 108 107 106 105 105 104 102 102 101 100 100 99 99 98 97 97 96 95 93 91 90 90 89 88 88 87 86 86 85 85 85 85 85 Play Free Fantasy Hockey for a chance at $5. DAL Keith Yandle. PIT John-Michael Liles. OTT Adrian Aucoin. WAS Jaroslav Spacek. LA Dan Boyle. MON Ron Hainsey. ATL Dion Phaneuf. VAN Kimmo Timonen. BOS Duncan Keith. FLA Pavel Kubina. FLA Shea Weber. ANA Marek Zidlicky. ATL Filip Kuba. CHI Johnny Boychuk. VAN Joni Pitkanen. Subban. VAN John Carlson. WAS Drew Doughty. WAS Jack Johnson. OTT Kurtis Foster. NYI Brian Rafalski. CGY Zach Bogosian. TOR Tyler Myers. MIN Anton Babchuk. CAR Dennis Wideman. ATL Andrej Meszaros. BUF Mark Streit. PIT Ryan Whitney. DET Tobias Enstrom. MON Stephane Robidas. EDM Joe Corvo. TOR Jay Bouwmeester. OTT Lubomir Visnovsky. PHI Erik Johnson. PHO Braydon Coburn. CLB Tom Poti. PHI Fedor Tyutin.K. CAR Alex Goligoski. PHI Nicklas Lidstrom. CGY Ryan Suter. NSH Brian Campbell. PHO Ed Jovanovski. CAR Brent Seabrook. SJ P. EDM Andrei Markov. DET Bryan McCabe. CAR Christian Ehrhoff. BOS Mark Giordano. STL Niklas Kronwall. DET Tomas Kaberle. COL Dustin Byfuglien. NJ Roman Hamrlik. TB Kevin Bieksa.000 . NYR Erik Karlsson. MON Paul Martin. SJ Zdeno Chara. PHO Jamie McBain. LA Andy Greene. ATL Kyle Quincey. VAN Jason Demers. NSH Sergei Gonchar. CHI Michael Del Zotto. MON Keith Ballard.Defensemen Player Mike Green. CHI Chris Pronger. COL Cam Barker.

CAR Steve Montador. NYI Craig Rivet. OTT Chris Phillips. STL Chris Campoli. COL Brooks Orpik. NSH Luca Sbisa. STL Shane O'Brien. EDM Matthew Carle. FA Johnny Oduya. STL Victor Hedman. MIN Derek Morris. ANA Kristopher Letang. NYR Marc-Edouard Vlasic. STL Tim Gleason. NSH Carlo Colaiacovo. ATL Dennis Seidenberg. TOR Trevor Daley. CGY Daniel Girardi. PIT Kris Russell. BUF Anton Stralman. BOS Zbynek Michalek. VAN Marc Staal. PHI Toni Lydman. OTT Willie Mitchell. SJ Marc-Andre Bergeron. PHO Brad Stuart. VAN Mattias Ohlund. NYR Alex Pietrangelo. DAL Kent Huskins. BUF Ian White. TB Kyle Cumiskey. MON Cody Franson. BUF James Wisniewski. FLA Oliver Ekman-Larsson. NYR Sami Salo. COL Roman Polak. LA Denis Grebeshkov. BUF Ryan Wilson.Player Michal Rozsival. COL Jonathon Blum.000 15 . ANA Eric Brewer. PIT Luke Schenn. PIT Carl Gunnarsson . SJ Barrett Jackman. CLB Jack Hillen. BUF Niklas Hjalmarsson. TOR Dmitri Kulikov. NYR Jordan Leopold. STL GP 71 66 73 82 60 77 80 73 63 60 76 71 69 81 82 80 67 70 70 74 70 80 68 77 53 56 76 65 82 50 74 80 78 77 69 68 82 75 45 75 75 77 75 70 60 76 50 68 77 68 65 62 77 70 69 45 45 37 63 G 7 8 7 6 9 5 6 8 13 8 5 3 3 5 10 5 11 9 5 6 11 6 7 6 4 5 3 10 6 11 2 5 5 3 4 6 5 3 6 5 3 5 8 5 4 7 8 2 2 5 3 5 4 7 6 4 3 3 6 A 21 21 16 30 15 28 24 23 21 22 22 28 26 22 21 22 17 18 25 18 16 19 16 17 21 20 17 16 18 16 11 20 18 21 17 20 14 14 20 15 22 18 14 15 19 15 14 17 18 17 17 16 18 10 13 16 16 16 13 PTS 28 29 23 36 24 33 30 31 34 30 27 31 29 27 31 27 28 27 30 24 27 25 23 23 25 25 20 26 24 27 13 25 23 24 21 26 19 17 26 20 25 23 22 20 23 22 22 19 20 22 20 21 22 17 19 20 19 19 19 +/4 10 -2 -7 -16 5 4 -3 10 -11 -1 -4 -2 3 2 9 -4 10 1 -2 -1 -3 -1 1 -11 -6 1 3 -5 -5 4 -3 -3 6 -3 -8 9 16 -4 13 -2 -3 -3 -3 0 -10 -1 11 -13 -9 -7 -7 6 -10 0 0 5 -2 -15 PIM 63 21 126 20 93 16 64 48 14 47 69 28 53 62 50 36 25 22 21 82 28 73 73 85 42 62 102 40 55 36 152 34 58 37 82 31 52 74 22 42 17 37 62 35 40 42 30 40 76 26 43 30 16 84 26 28 21 30 44 PPG 3 6 2 2 4 4 1 3 1 5 3 0 2 2 0 2 6 3 2 1 4 0 1 0 2 2 0 2 3 3 0 3 2 0 0 2 2 0 1 0 2 2 0 2 0 2 1 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 SHG 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SOG 87 117 120 100 190 111 94 156 145 141 143 97 92 119 85 90 113 103 79 125 124 90 82 104 81 98 62 148 125 135 56 152 110 45 81 81 84 70 34 74 108 105 116 96 97 170 98 47 51 128 45 79 74 86 92 68 75 49 75 FPTS 84 83 83 83 83 83 82 80 80 79 78 78 78 77 76 76 72 72 71 71 71 70 69 69 68 68 68 68 67 67 66 65 64 63 63 62 62 61 60 59 59 59 58 57 56 55 54 54 53 52 52 51 51 50 48 47 46 45 44 Play Free Fantasy Hockey for a chance at $5. EDM Sheldon Souray. DET Matt Gilroy. CLB Steve Eminger. CHI Jonathan Ericsson. TB Tom Gilbert. PHO Chris Butler. VAN Francois Beauchemin. DET Andrej Sekera. TOR Brent Burns. NYR Kevin Shattenkirk. NYI Dan Hamhuis.

188 935 1.858 1.913 .924 .41 2.188 1.248 1.41 2. BUF Roberto Luongo.46 2.62 2.57 2.214 1.61 2.818 2.916 .621 1.912 . TOR Dan Ellis.921 1.678 1.486 2. LA Brian Boucher.003 768 906 642 877 750 1.55 2.816 1.902 .87 2.73 2.960 2.433 3.908 . MIN Tomas Vokoun.294 1.004 1.429 1.78 2.910 . NJ Ryan Miller. LA Marc-Andre Fleury.40 2.159 4.708 1.37 2.848 1.750 1.55 2. NYI Manny Legace. NYR Mark Dekanich.45 2.445 3.134 1.Goalies Player Martin Brodeur.66 2.916 . MIN Scott Clemmensen.241 1. VAN Jimmy Howard.590 1.79 2.912 .198 3.635 3. ATL Antero Niittymaki.723 1.100 3.78 2.31 2. ATL Brian Elliott.40 2.751 1. TOR Jonas Gustavsson.635 2.243 1.94 2.563 2.63 2.913 .775 1. FA Mathieu Garon.905 .745 1.008 1. PIT GGP 72 70 67 68 67 63 65 72 65 70 69 54 60 62 59 60 63 56 64 52 54 48 44 50 45 36 45 43 48 40 38 45 38 28 40 30 35 30 38 32 30 33 33 30 28 24 24 22 23 23 22 17 22 W 41 40 39 40 34 37 34 37 34 33 33 27 28 35 25 27 29 29 29 25 22 21 25 20 21 18 20 19 18 19 20 15 18 19 18 18 15 14 12 11 12 12 11 11 11 12 9 10 10 8 9 8 10 L 23 21 19 19 27 18 24 24 22 25 24 21 24 18 24 24 24 18 26 20 24 19 12 21 14 13 17 17 23 13 8 18 11 13 15 6 14 9 16 14 11 9 13 10 7 6 8 6 6 12 7 4 6 OL 5 6 5 7 4 5 5 9 6 9 8 2 4 6 7 6 7 5 5 4 5 5 3 4 5 2 6 4 2 5 5 5 6 3 5 3 3 4 5 4 4 8 4 4 6 2 4 2 3 1 2 2 2 SHOL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SO 5 6 6 4 4 4 3 5 7 4 6 5 4 4 6 6 7 4 5 2 3 3 3 3 2 4 3 5 1 3 2 2 2 3 2 4 3 1 1 1 2 1 1 2 2 1 5 2 1 1 2 1 0 Min 4. FLA Steve Mason.902 .886 3. DAL Jean-Sebastien Giguere.44 2.946 2.811 1.918 .916 .63 GA 174 165 160 149 158 157 148 180 149 164 190 117 153 166 134 146 160 145 168 138 148 115 117 122 105 90 109 102 129 119 105 116 107 80 101 68 98 68 114 72 76 85 87 88 62 61 55 54 55 52 53 38 53 SV 1.881 1.106 1. STL Jonas Hiller.266 3. COL Tuukka Rask.98 2.681 1. CAR Carey Price.783 1.906 . CAR Ty Conklin.679 1. ANA Miikka Kiprusoff.64 2.75 3.090 977 1.697 1.600 1.562 1. SJ Dwayne Roloson.627 3. EDM Corey Crawford.001 1. TB Semyon Varlamov.201 1.700 2.094 1.963 1.879 1. CHI Cam Ward.657 2.150 1.69 2.900 .918 .911 .61 2. BOS Jonathan Quick.312 1.923 .138 1.770 1.450 2.082 1.796 1.924 . SJ Brent Johnson.917 .909 .223 1.591 3. PHO Jaroslav Halak.615 1.626 2.907 . MON Kari Lehtonen.46 2.207 1.920 .746 1. EDM Michal Neuvirth.000 . CHI Jose Theodore.930 .856 1.591 1.084 1.916 .928 . CGY Pekka Rinne.38 2.544 1.567 1.028 3.007 710 975 818 1. WAS Devan Dubnyk.908 .548 2.354 1.250 1.94 2.905 .904 FPTS 223 221 219 217 206 201 191 191 186 186 185 180 179 176 169 167 166 164 162 142 140 122 121 118 118 111 110 107 103 103 99 95 94 92 88 84 83 77 77 75 70 65 62 62 61 60 59 58 57 54 53 51 48 Play Free Fantasy Hockey for a chance at $5.18 2. CLB Andrew Raycroft.311 1.655 4.783 1.007 3.000 16 .004 1.116 2.73 2.917 .530 1. NSH Josh Harding.906 .070 2.746 2. PHI Ondrej Pavelec. NSH Henrik Lundqvist.900 .84 2.280 1.907 .898 1.86 2.336 3.907 1.909 .110 848 1.911 .329 1.904 .44 2.06 2.44 2.914 .920 .349 2.904 .95 3.908 .04 2.044 2.88 2. NYR Craig Anderson.919 .76 2.920 .255 4.53 2.211 GAA 2.209 1. PHI Antti Niemi.710 4.095 2.45 2.919 .536 1.72 2.903 .87 3.51 2. BOS Chris Mason. DET Ilya Bryzgalov.030 3.58 2.899 .60 2. NYI Pascal Leclaire.158 900 828 888 866 841 702 643 620 607 635 621 580 525 550 SVPct .60 2. PIT Niklas Backstrom.871 3. FA Justin Peters.32 2.048 1. OTT Jonathan Bernier.906 .914 .355 2.183 1. CLB Marty Turco.782 1.909 .39 2. SJ Nikolai Khabibulin.039 1.609 3.098 1. WAS Tim Thomas.902 . OTT Michael Leighton.044 828 752 803 779 761 640 582 565 553 580 569 527 487 497 SOGA 2.755 1.345 1.912 .083 2. DAL Rick Dipietro.739 1. STL Martin Biron. FLA Thomas Greiss.904 .609 1.166 4.68 2.

However. Olympian is still young and he's entering the final year of his contract. The Blues did nothing to upgrade its scoring punch in the offseason. NYR The 24-year-old forward will look to build off what turned out to be another solid season for the Blueshirts. with the likes of Marc Savard (if he is not dealt) and David Krejci working as the team's top playmaking centers. COL At just 18 years old.5% last season. indicating he should be good to go for the upcoming campaign. MON Cammalleri had a disappointing season last year. Remember. His ice time dropped in his second season. He works hard. Not only did he collect 101 points (33 G. and will likely start as the second-line center. Something else to like about Backstrom is the fact that he has not missed a game in his three-year career. PIT Considered by many to be the most complete skater in the NHL. at 23 years old. so there's youth and motivation on his side. and second in goals with 24. Duchene enjoyed a very successful rookie season with the Avalanche. WAS Backstrom continues to show why he is one of the league‟s fastest rising stars. But he's a borderline fantasy center. But the glory didn't stop there. Play Free Fantasy Hockey for a chance at $5.000 17 . Connolly had a tremendous regular season for the Sabres. Look for 20 goals and close to 50 points as well as power play time for the veteran. bet on him bouncing back to something close to the '08-'09 numbers. is smart and tenacious. all-around pivot. Duchene has excellent fantasy upside heading into next season. The 21-year-old found himself a healthy scratch on a few occasions and was sat a game for showing up late to practice. BUF Connolly's 2009-10 will unfortunately be remembered for his disappearing act in Buffalo's first-round playoff loss to Boston. He also works well with superstars – he played well with Jaromir Jagr and then found himself on the same line with Marian Gaborik often times last year. DET Much like teammate Henrik Zetterberg. Patrice Bergeron.otherwise he would have missed nearly two months of the regular season. He was fortunate the injury happened right around the same time as the Olympic break -. For the season. STL No Blue disappointed more than Patrik Berglund in 2009-10 -. He missed just nine regular season games because of his broken foot. Tim Connolly. Carter is a major cog to the Flyers' success as evidenced in his plus-26 rating in Philly wins against a minus-26 rating in losses. But he didn't win himself a lot of support last season and will not be given a long leash. Cammy is one of the main men in a lineup that surprised last season. Pavel Datsyuk. PHI Centers After having the best year of his young career in 2008-09. Dubinsky has natural talent. finishing third in scoring with 55 points.Player Profiles (Alphabetical by Position) Jeff Carter. most likely skating right wing on the second line. Tyler Bozak. Brandon Dubinsky. and one who has plenty more 100-point seasons ahead of him. thanks largely to a foot injury that hampered him throughout the spring. especially if he finds some of the chemistry he previously had with Patrik Elias. Most importantly. With improved depth at a center. while dropping off 21 points from his rookie season. Connolly should at the very least be expected to post another 65-point season. At 26. it was Crosby who ultimately delivered. Dubinsky was still able to increase his points total from 41 in 2008-09 to 44 last season. Arnott's posted 20-plus goals in 10 of the last 11 seasons and should approach those numbers again with New Jersey. allowing him to share Rocket Richard Trophy honors (most goals in a season) with Steven Stamkos of Tampa Bay. behind winner Tyler Myers and second place Jimmy Howard. setting up 48 goals and putting 17 pucks in the net himself. Both players should see a rebound in their production if the tandem stays together for the better part of the 82-game slate and Datsyuk should still be considered a threat for 90-plus points.S. Getting the 25-year old to produce in a night in. BOS Bergeron finished last season tied for the Bruins' scoring lead with 52 points (in 73 games). so Backes returns as a top-six forward. Dubie is also not afraid to drop the gloves when necessary – he recorded 54 penalty minutes last season (down because of a broken hand) after posting 112 sin-bin minutes two years ago. Berglund will be given every opportunity to regain his rookie form. Crosby went on to record 51 goals last season. It wasn't all bad.and that's saying something considering the volume of underachievers on last season's team. but don't expect much more. second-line center. Dubinsky has the ability to easily put up 60-plus points. Draft him high and enjoy the ride as he often centers the league's top winger. ˜Sid the Kid˜ is just that. and he proved it when he was named the MVP of the annual YoungStars Game back in 2008.6% average. Head Coach John Tortorella changes his lines frequently. He was able to play in Philly's loss to Chicago. Duchene also added three assists in six playoff games for the Avs as they were eliminated by the Sharks in the opening round. Cammalleri had 26 goals and 24 assists. NJ Arnott's second stint with the Devils may not be as productive as his initial turn with New Jersey that saw the more productive years of his career and a Stanley Cup-winning goal. and now he's had a full offseason to get well. With the addition of hotshot rookie Tyler Seguin. Despite this. we didn't believe he'd ever really translate them so effectively (and so quickly) to the NHL. and if he can stay healthy he should put up the most points on the team as a first-line wing. though -. and tied for first in goals. to be exact. playing in 65 games after damaging his MCL in late January. If he can remain on the ice. the playmaking center stayed healthy. more appearances than he has had in any season since 2002-03. the U. he finished third in voting for the Calder Trophy for the NHL's top rookie. Among NHL rookies. head coach Mike Babcock is planning on starting the season with Zetterberg and Datsyuk on the same line. but wasn't the same player as the Flyers marched towards the Stanley Cup Finals. Despite playing in just 69 games last year. TOR Bozak was a complete revelation in 2009-10. Carter's number took Jason Arnott. as Datsyuk still carried a respectable plus-17 rating while reaching the 70-point mark in 80 games. When Team Canada needed someone to step up with a goal in OT play for the gold medal in the 2010 Winter Olympics. he finished first in points. The overall numbers for the season were decent for the number of games he played and for dealing with lingering pain in the knee once he returned. so Bergeron will reprise his role as the team's ace. Michael Cammalleri. He played with little aggressiveness and was easily taken off the puck. and can skate and pass like a strong. well. If given the opportunity to play a full season with Gaborik. night out basis will obviously be an emphasis to both Carter and the team all season long. numbers that aren't gaudy. It's not that we didn't believe in his skills. With his skill set and stellar supporting cast. both well below his anticipated season outlook of 37 goals and 42 assists.60-point passers really only have a place in extremely deep leagues. With the young talent around Carter in Philadelphia. but his true value lies with the effective two-way effort he gives the team every night. He could be a solid late-round addition to your roster. a dip across the board last season. the Bruins remain deep and talented down the middle. STL It's looking like Backes' 31 goals in 2008-09 was a spike year after he fell back to 17 tallies while his shooting percentage dropped 4. a kid. but like teammate Alex Ovechkin. Patrik Berglund. However. Matt Duchene. 68 A) in just his third NHL season. it's just that. appearing in 73 games for Buffalo. Backstrom sinks a great deal of his shots taken per year: 12. marking the third straight season in which Dubinsky has increased his points production. however. Sidney Crosby. Datsyuk's numbers suffered with the lack of secondary scoring options on the Wings' roster this season which was only exacerbated by Johan Franzen's torn ACL. Nicklas Backstrom. so expect Dubie to finish closer to the 50-point mark with around 70 penalty minutes this year. David Backes. He is expected to return as the team‟s second-line center alongside Milan Hejduk and Peter Mueller.

Gomez has finished with similar numbers the past five seasons. ANA After a slow start with the Ducks last season. Tomas Plekanec. The Canucks didn‟t make any tweaks to their topthree lines this offseason. Laich is getting awarded with more ice time per game. including 25 goals. were both career highs for the 30-year-old center. You see.Jokinen failed to produce. Olli Jokinen. Saku Koivu. Laich took another big leap forward by posting career bests in goals and assists. He finished up last year with 12 goals and 47 assists. In 82 games. WAS Last season. Production-wise. PIT Hearing his name synonymous with Crosby's is a declining trend.his 6. we could see the return of the elite centerman who was. for Malkin has created a name for himself. at times. and the B's can only hope at 100 percent. The Flames are going back to the well for the third time with Jokinen in what was probably the most surprising free agent signing of the summer. ANA When Getzlaf entered the league. Koivu showed his veteran presence with a strong finish. the Sharks responded by handing Marleau a four-year. Vincent Lecavalier. VAN The Olympic hero brought his game to new heights during the 2009-10 season. 45 goals and 90 points could easily result. if he can squeeze our 70 or so games. and was rumored to be a destructive force in the locker room to boot. Last season was a different story. there is no reason why he should not duplicate his effort from last season. Krejci expects to be ready to go when training camp opens in September. get down. Laich is currently on track to open the year centering the Caps' second scoring line. Olli is a joke in this town. David Krejci. His importance to the team was illustrated when the Bruins -who found themselves up 3-0 in their playoff series with the Flyers -. Scott Gomez.if so. Jokinen is almost certainly a good bet to improve somewhat . he appeared in 71 games where his TOI average was 18:34. Expect another 30-goal. he increased his point totals in each of his first four years. MON Plekanec had a team-best 70 points last year. SJ Facing more criticism than usual.went into a free-fall (eventually losing the series) after he went down with a dislocated wrist that required surgery. but don't expect much more. Again. points (81). Sam Gagner. Plekanec just re-signed a nice six-year deal to remain a Canadien until 2016. BOS Krejci finished the 2009-10 season in a tie with Patrice Bergeron for the Bruins' scoring lead with 52 points in 79 games. MIN Koivu scored a career-high 71 points last season and has become the focal point of Minnesota's offense. But expecting him to recover all the way back to his peak form as a member of the Panthers is expecting too much. Malkin also served 100 penalty minutes last year. Entering the prime of his career. Even though he won't be as discounted compared to previous years. so look for him to have another outstanding season. it could serve you well to employ Marleau in all fantasy leagues. He did slow down after a scorching first two months of the season (33 points in 27 games) but the 23-year old should be able to repeat. the Flames were desperate to sign another center in the wake of Daymond Langkow's lack of progress recovering from his neck injury and had to take a chance on some discounted properties in the free-agent market due to their cap situation. Also. in 2010-11. especially in the second half of the season. His problem was with his hip and although the injury wasn't considered all that serious. LA Kopitar set career highs in goals (34). or more. but is still not much of a fantasy force with the exception of deeper leagues as scoring more than 25 goals in a season may be a stretch for him if he's not on the first line. he didn't click with star winger Jarome Iginla. What could possibly go wrong by trying it again? In fairness. Because of injury or team dynamics. Moreover. each year. CGY Get up. Getzlaf was well off his pace in 2009-10 and never really dominated his position as he had in previous years. PPGs (14) and PPAs (24) last year en route to the breakout season that many were expecting. To that. A healthy Getzlaf in 2010-11 will be a different story.the first time that he‟s been on the positive end of the rating in the six years that he‟s been in the league. Patrick Marleau. Koivu answered questions for the franchise by signing a two-year contract. He scored 41 of his 53 points in his first 54 games last season. but with his ability to perform on any line.to upper50's in points. If he had stayed healthy Gagner was poised to score the most goals in a season in his young career. so look for Kesler to play a key role in the top six again this season.6 million contract extension in June.4% shooting percentage jumps out as an anomaly. The gritty two-way forward provides the stupendous defensive play and solid skills in the face-off circle. posting 35 points in 56 games before getting traded to the Rangers at the deadline. but only registered 12 points in his last 25 games. he still managed to put up 77 points (28G. good enough for a very consistent and mediocre 59 points. the Oilers decided it would be best not to take a chance with their young center. giving him a little more value in leagues that honor points for time in the Sin Bin. Lecavalier never seemed right last season or the one before. one of the NHL's top-five (if not THE top) performers as recently as 2007. Anze Kopitar. healthy might be an issue due to his physical play. He should be able to hit close to those numbers this year. For Koivu. $27.Mike Fisher. finishing with 25 goals and 45 assists. with roughly the same production with a few added points to boot. Malkin could return to the 100-point club. Realize that the upcoming season will be Malkin's fifth. once again. ensuring him of ample ice time each night. Fingers crossed that both he and new wing-man Simon Gagne stay healthy -. Even though the Russian wunderkind battled through foot and shoulder injuries last season. that was a step down from his previous season (73 points). Marleau kicked his game into gear last season by posting 44 goals and 39 assists while sharing a line with newcomer teammate. and he has yet to record less than a point per game in any given campaign. Brooks Laich. though a healthy Ryan Smyth would certainly help the cause. EDM Gagner was another Oiler that ended last season on injured reserve. but Krejci still has big-time upside as a playmaker. Last year's 53 points. Fisher is a rough-and-tumble player and that type of play can take its toll on the body. as his soft hands and deft touch are keys to his game. He'll probably be paired on the first line with Michael Cammalleri and Andrei Kostitsyn. Ranked fourth on the team with 52 points (19G 33A). For now. He underwent arthroscopic surgery on his right shoulder to repair a torn labrum and arthroscopic surgery on his right knee after the end of the season. In 2009-10. he slots in as the team's No. 80-point season with the possibility of another step forward. It's a pretty safe bet to expect the same from Gomez this season as the assists will still come but the goals will be few and far between. Ryan Kesler. The last experience didn't end so well . Injuries and incompetent linemates contributed to his frustrations and both his confidence and production sagged.rebound. OTT Fisher will center Ottawa's second line and likely have Alex Kovalev and Milan Michalek as his wingers to begin the 2010-11 season. Provided that he stays healthy. Interestingly. Dany Heatley. Evgeni Malkin. TB One word -. 2 playmaking center behind Marc Savard. Kesler set career-highs in assists (50) and penalty minutes (104) while lighting the lamp 25 times. but most surprising was his plus-16 rating . always finishing in the mid. Reports are that he has made a full recovery from his ankle injury and by possibly adding the "C" to his jersey could spur the production numbers higher.000 18 . A versatile veteran known for his high energy style. assists (47). 49A) in just 67 games. Ryan Getzlaf. Mikko Koivu. He says he's completely healed and if that's truly the case. Provided health isn't an issue. He‟s one of several Washington skaters not named Alex Ovechkin that possesses sufficient fantasy value ahead of the 2010-11 season. the coaching staff placed him with different lines when the injury bug hit the team. 2010. but his veteran counterpart may be dealt for cap reasons and if that happens it could lead to added responsibility/production for Krejci. Marleau lets his puck-work do the talking when the going gets tough. MON Gomez had a very similar campaign in 2009-10 as compared to the previous five seasons. a 100-point season is well within his grasp. so check on his health during the preseason. who is quite capable of putting up a pointper-game pace. staying Play Free Fantasy Hockey for a chance at $5.

Jason Spezza. Odds are that he will. He has top-end speed. elite vision. Richards posted a solid season solid during the 2009-10 campaign. while seeing time in on both special-team units. especially if he remains relatively healthy for the entire season. Tyler Seguin. down from 25 the year prior. coupled with the fact that the B‟s are in a major salary cap jam. Play Free Fantasy Hockey for a chance at $5. Henrik Sedin. Also after posting back-to-back years with a plus/minus rating in positive double digits. DAL Richards racked up 91 points (24 G. Mike Richards. Sutter was busy gaining valuable NHL experience.. allowing him to notch 79 points in 81 games. This.7 shooting percent) got him a spot on the power-play unit where he led the team with seven goals in man-advantage situations. but he did inherit the captaincy from Rod Brind'Amour. he can put up solid plus-minus numbers. OTT Spezza should have a nice bounceback year in 2010-11. While the 'Canes were dropping games.. clinical sniping ability. but Sutter projects for top-tier status in the coming years. Husky and strong. His 34 assists were his lowest helper output since 2002-03. After an early season wrist injury. consider Staal a legitimate weapon to anchor your team. Barring serious injury. sublime passing skills and tremendous smarts. though he did manage to net eight PPG among his 19 goals on the season. CAR If anything good came out of Carolina's miserable campaign last year it was the team's decision to remove Sutter's training wheels. but he's an elite fantasy scorer when healthy and should enjoy another productive season on Dallas' top line. up-andcoming players surrounding him. and with the newly acquired Sergei Gonchar running the back end. One positive was his 13 goals with the man advantage was easily a career best. He'll still earn you better than a point-per-game. That's says a lot about how the organization feels about Steen. has led to speculation that Savard might be dealt to free up some much-needed money. is a pretty good one. and Brenden Morrow's struggles to finish at times cut into Ribeiro's assist totals. along with contributions from teammates Craig Anderson. Richards managed just 62 points last year. but with a sound defensive team on the upswing like the Bruins. Jordan Staal. being the team captain comes with the responsibility of leading your team on and off the ice. 27 A) on the power play. But he's in for a small step backwards this season. At the very least.makes it a little difficult at this time to project his exact role out of the gate. He‟s not the most tenacious defensive forward around.Rocket Richard trophy winners tend to face the opposition's best checkers. leading the league in points (112) while setting career-best marks in goals (29). has great hands and his hockey sense is among the best in this year's draft class.this guy has it all. Roy is productive and durable. Draft him with 80 points in mind. Steen played mostly on the third line and PK. But his next 50-goal season will likely come in 2011-12. Eric Staal. He recorded big minutes as Dallas' #1 center. Considering he's moving into his prime and his late surge.he finished with a career-high 24 goals and 23 assists for a career-high 47 points. assists (83) and plus/minus (plus-35). This point-per-game level of production is what fantasy owners expect out of Stastny each year. with plenty of room for upside. but tallied 19 fewer helpers. then he‟d pivot one of the Bruins‟ scoring lines -. COL Following an injury-shortened 2008-09 season that limited him to just 45 games. This could be the year he breaks the 50-point barrier. And there will be a little less time and space for him to operate when he is out there -. but he will have to lead with a better example by mentoring a crop of young skaters and helping the 'Canes swirl back toward the postseason. posting almost the same numbers as he put up in 2008-09. it's not hard to imagine Seguin averaging a point every other game. Thirty-five goals and 55 assists isn't out of the question. particularly if he can stay healthy. At just 25 years old. Don't get us wrong -. assuming he makes the team. is a sublime passer. Paul Stastny. Not only does he have plenty of scoring upside. with a strong core of young. and anything short of that is a disappointment. His point-per-game production in the Flyers' run to the Stanley Cup Finals shows he can get the job done against the best competition the NHL has to offer. he‟ll also definitely make the guys around him better and he's a coveted right-hand centerman. He may even start his NHL career as a winger if Marc Savard isn't dealt. but while he's Brandon Sutter. he could be expected to even perform beyond the 26 goals and 43 assists that he had last year. There's a rebound season in him. BUF Roy was incredibly consistent in 2009-10.000 19 . Stastny. the second overall pick in the 2010 NHL entry draft. Matt Duchene and Chris Stewart. though the scoring mentality on the power play may have hampered him in the assist department. STL The former first-round pick's season took off in late December when he started on a run that saw him register 43 points in 43 games -. 67 A). The team‟s addition of bluechip center prospect Tyler Seguin in June‟s draft. a return to the 80-point mark is reasonable to expect from Staal. He's clearly Dallas' second center behind Brad Richards. so knock off a bit of value if your league rewards +/and/or PIMs. the Bruins' current depth at center -. He's a liability in his own end. Richards had 18 helpers on the advantage. He shook off his label of playmaker to become a well-rounded offensive machine for the Canucks. When it was all said and done. In any case. who will reprise his role on the third line. PIT Staal rounds out the list of immensely talented centers that play for Pittsburgh. VAN The 2009-10 season was a banner year for Sedin. But there will be a little less ice time to go around now that the Bolts have gotten deeper up front. helped the Avs get back into the playoffs last season after finishing dead last in the Western Conference just the year before. not this one. some inconsistencies can be excused. but he remains a legit point-pergame player and a threat to lead the league in assists at year‟s end. CAR Staal's numbers dipped across the board for the second consecutive season. Savard is a gifted playmaker who is a lock to be at or above the point-a-game mark. Assuming Savard is not traded. He picked a good time to have a career year. Derek Roy. Alexander Steen. Richards makes for a nice buy-low proposition. but his scoring touch (12. Stastny missed just one regular season game last year.some would call it a glut of talent -. DAL Ribeiro took a step back last year after back-to-back seasons as Dallas' leading scorer. Richards was minus-2 last year. given his level of skill. while giving us glimpses of his future offensive prowess. BOS A Grade 2 concussion that Savard suffered this past March limited the Bruins‟ top center to 33 points in 41 games in 2009-10. increasing his ice time as the season wore on with the struggles from Mike Ribeiro. He'll get plenty of time on the Senators' first power play unit. who is signed through 201314. especially with how well he played at times especially down the stretch. BOS The long-term scouting report on Seguin. After eclipsing the 80-point mark in '08-'09. and at 27 years old. including massive totals (13 G. and was signed to a four-year contract in the offseason. Marc Savard. Brad Richards. He had one more goal last year than the previous season. as was limited to just 66 games after taking a stick to the throat mid-season. Twenty-five to 30 goals and 65 to 70 points can be penciled in for Roy before the season even starts. he can now focus on his goal of cracking the Bruins' roster come training camp. PHI Despite seeing a nearly 20-point drop from his 2008-09 season. Stastny has the supporting cast to take a run at his first-ever 100 point season. Spezza could put up quite a few points with the man advantage. will be expected to get the Avs back into the playoffs this year and advance past the first round. the 21-year-old has only missed one game in four seasons. and while his future is bright. If you fancy consistent character players for fantasy purposes. having played in at least 75 games in each of the last four seasons. this ultra prospect's most appropriate spot is on the second line. It‟ll be hard for the Swedish center to reproduce his dominance from last season. Of course. largely on a major decrease in his assist total. Steven Stamkos. We think Staal is the right man for the job. provided he isn‟t swapped to an offensively challenged team. It's tough to ignore Staal's progression and his on-ice maturity. the 21-year-old finished with 40 points (21 G. though he underwent two (minor) surgeries on his right foot in May and June of 2010. superb speed.with the talented David Krejci and Patrice Bergeron also centering trios -.and Seguin starting out the season as a winger. most of which is reflected in box scores. not going to hit his peak production out of the gate.Mike Ribeiro. when healthy (and he should be entering the upcoming season). Steen and newly acquired net-minder Jaroslav Halak are the Blues' longest commitments at this point. 19 A) in 72 games. Already under contract. TB Stamkos is one of the NHL's elite young studs. who hung up his skates and retired. For now.

Even if he gets bumped off Nash's line. Brad Boyes. Even so. CLB Vermette was arguably the Blue Jackets' most valuable player in 2009-2010. Perhaps the most disappointing loss in Zetterberg's production was on the power play. eventually finding himself centering the Rick Nash line and enjoying a career year offensively as a result. every single year. and will also see time on the penalty kill. talented supporting cast and clean medical history. OTT Currently the NHL's longest serving captain. Toews often shares the limelight with Patrick Kane. with a lengthy stay possible if injuries deplete the Predators' center ranks. but don‟t count on it.1 percent of his shots and just two power play goals. but his 30-point performance during this past season's playoffs showed just how productive he can be. He'll likely start on the first line and will have a chance to find the scoring touch with Andy McDonald and David Perron. having missed an average of almost 10 games a season over the past four years. Briere will turn 33 years old and won't likely ever return to the 95-point stratosphere. he looks like a bounceback candidate and his playoff production (7 G. LA Brown set a career low in PIMs (41) last year but did register his third straight 50+ point campaign (24 G. Antoine Vermette. he also wrapped his mitts around the Conn Smythe Trophy for being the playoff's Most Valuable Player. the Blues did nothing to help the offense. The Blues made him available late in the season. which in tandem could certainly help put him closer to to the 92-point campaign he had when Detroit hoisted the Stanley Cup in 2007-08. The gritty winger underwent shoulder surgery this offseason to repair a torn labrum that plagued him for the stretch run and the playoffs last year. He's shown that he can step up in big stops. His chemistry with Zach Parise is essential to his success and all signs point to him posting another career season. but he's certainly a fantasy asset. NYI The first overall pick in the 2009 draft had a solid freshman season for the Isles with 24 goals and 54 points. If he can stay healthy. At age 30. He‟s a fairly safe bet for another 50-point season. and adding the low goal production numbers during the regular season. It seems as though he's made a point to be more aggressive with the puck which should help him once again be the team's leading point getter. Looking ahead to next season. it never hurts to have fellow Canadian Olympic champs Patrick Marleau and Dany Heatley as your linemates. SJ Drafting Thornton is a luxury in the world of fantasy hockey because you know that you are getting a proven skater who consistently produces across the board. NJ Zajac's development as a budding center continued last season as he posted career-best totals in goals (25) and points (67) to go with a plus-22 rating. Dustin Brown. VAN Burrows built upon his breakout in the second half of the 2008-09 season. expect Doan to come back with a vengeance and return to form. Expect about the same from No. where he should be able to notch a few short-handed goals. but he's got brains. PHI Briere's lackluster play has drawn the ire of Flyers fans after the organization handed him a big-time contract after the 2007 season. so they are counting on a bounce-back season for Boyes. He played rock-solid hockey at both ends of the ice for all 82 games (he was one of only a handful of Blue Jacket regulars to finish with a positive plus/minus).000 20 . then seeing his team get summarily dismissed by the Red Wings. STL Boyes is no longer considered St. Tavares needs to work on a few things like skating and onetimers. he still led his team in points scored with 55 (18 G 37A). but overall there is little reason to believe why he wouldn't crack he 30goal barrier this season and in years to come. spending much of that time on the team‟s top line alongside Jason Arnott and Steve Sullivan. It was his first year since 1999 that he did not register more than 20 goals in a season. heart and skills (in about that order) and brings enough to the table to get the job done. NSH Over the course of a full season. 32 A). but do consider it a shock if he fails to become one of the Preds' better point producers in the future. but not much more. then disappear for long stretches. The other area of concern for Erat is his proneness to injury. Shane Doan. For the gritty captain. A big part of the drought for Zetterberg may also be attributed to the absence of Johan Franzen for the bulk of the year. Expect another 50-60 point season and moderate help in PIM leagues. 19 is a safe option in all fantasy league formats given his consistency. he will drive fantasy owners crazy with his lack of consistency from week to week – he can look unstoppable at times.8 after sinking eight goals in 35 games. but look for him to defer a bit to the number of talented youngsters on the Philly roster during the 82-game grind. At 31 years old. too. He's not quite the force on the power play as he was a few years back as the Kings have added some additional forward skill but he still netted 7 PPGs. scoring on just 7. and meshes well with new #1 center Matthew Lombardi. Like any rookie. Colin Wilson. His status for the start of the season is still in question. Erat will become the team‟s highest-paid player and coach Barry Trotz will no doubt use him accordingly. he might challenge the 60-point plateau. Doan did not have a "Doan type" year. Doan still has the ability to put up 20 or more goals a season. Jumbo Joe remains an assist master who has averaged more than 70 helpers over the past five seasons. Entering this season. Erat is about as steady as they come with six consecutive seasons of 50-ish points under his belt. After separating his shoulder in the first round of the playoffs. Until then. Unfortunately. Louis' top scorer after falling off to 14 goals in 2009-10 after posting 76 goals in the two seasons prior. the 37-year-old Alfredsson should be able to hit 70-plus points if he remains healthy. though the former player prefers to let his game do the talking. he scored 49 points in 74 games. but there were no takers at $4. but Vermette may not have reached his ceiling just yet. Travis Zajac. Don't be surprised if he doesn't arrive in 2010-11. The 29-year-old winger led the team with 35 goals while dishing out a career-best 32 assists and racking up 121 penalty minutes. Joe Thornton. 43 assists. That being said. Despite the precipitous drop from Boyes and other players. but this time with even more consistent production. where he scored just three goals with the man advantage last season after rolling up 28 markers in the previous season. DET The Wings' offense last season lacked secondary scoring options and Zetterberg's numbers remained on the relative low (70) as a result. and a plus/minus rating of 22. if you're Thornton. Play Free Fantasy Hockey for a chance at $5. you ask? That was fine. Tavares struggled at times but overall looked like the type of player that the Islanders can build around for years to come. Danny Briere. Chicago fans were happy to see Toews take home a little extra hardware for his stellar postseason play. Martin Erat. He missed 12 games last season to a variety of injuries. Andy Murray's tinkering with combinations didn't help. as evidenced by a 15. Alex Burrows. Columbus has enough developing young talent on the wings to keep him productive.25 million over the next two seasons. 8 A in 11 games) certainly supports his chances. Wilson should occasionally ride the AHL shuttle. No. PHO During 2009-10. Alfie will play on Ottawa's first line and power play unit. Jonathan Toews. Right Wings Daniel Alfredsson. as Toews gave his fantasy owners 25 goals. 19 in 2010-11. including a sports hernia which was treated during the offseason. He boasted a shot percentage of 13. the plan is for him to skate on Pavel Datsyuk's line again. Of course. the regular season. In addition to winning the Stanley Cup with the 'Hawks. Oh.John Tavares. CHI By default. Look for similar goals totals as well as a strong plus-minus and a handful of power-play points. FLA Weiss played 80 games and led Florida in goals (60) in the 2009-10 season. so keep tabs on his rehab before investing a high pick on him. Draft him for another 25+ goals and 60 points. but Boyes wasn't the same marksman he was. Henrik Zetterberg. In 2009-10. He was spot on with his shot too. NSH Wilson showed promise in his first year as a pro.6 shot percentage. Stephen Weiss. He's not a true top line pivot and would be a better fit as the #2 center. And that's not out of the question for the 28-year-old right winger. becoming a legit offensive force for the Canucks last season. he'll be fully healed by the time training camp begins in September.

On the rink. MON Gionta had a very impressive 28 goals but a very disappointing 46 points in only 61 games last season. He understandably went through some cold streaks last year. 21 A). if at all. BOS Horton. Don‟t draft him too early. $62 million contract that he signed ahead of the 2009-10 season. If you must take a chance on him. but he tallied 21 points (10 G. Hossa can be viewed as an upper-tier winger with a knack for shorthanded goals . CLB Huselius turned in a second solid season playing mostly alongside Rick Nash. and traded his most frequent center (Olli Jokinen) just before the trade deadline. so the supporting cast is there for Hejduk to rely on. With a Stanley Cup victory and three seasons of 70-plus points. but he showed everything the talent scouts saw during his hellacious tear through the minor league circuit during the playoffs last season. CHI After having the Stanley Cup barely elude him in consecutive seasons with two different teams. Hejduk's track record suggests he is good for 50 points with upside to 60-65. an NHL best. and ultimately went on to score the game-winning goal in overtime of Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Finals. COL Hejduk re-signed with the Avs for one more season in 2010-11 and. it was revealed that Heatley had sustained a groin injury in the postseason. in fact his 14 tallies were his lowest total since the 2002-03 season. CGY Iginla is coming off of his worst season since 2005-06.the team did very little in the offseason to raise the hope that he'd get more help. At this point. Milan Hejduk. using his creativity to top 60 points for the third time in four seasons (and first time in Columbus). When healthy. He ended up with a team-high 69 points (32 G. look for Gionta to have great luck again scoring goals and if he remains healthy he could end up with 30-plus tallies. durability. MIN Havlat got off to a slow start with the Wild after groin and hamstring injuries early in the season and he had just eight points in his first 19 games. His name has also come up in more than one trade rumor. who scored 20 goals and 37 assists in 65 games in 2009-10. The 25-year-old projects as a top-6 forward with the Bruins. From a fantasy angle. The good news is. Expect Fehr's minutes (and fantasy value) to jump significantly since the Caps apparently like the work that he‟s doing. Chris Stewart and Peter Mueller. Could No. Be sure to pounce if the owners in your league discount him on draft day because of the missed time last season.he had five shorties last season. He got into a groove in the offense in the second half and scored 46 points in his final 54 games. Martin Havlat. Scott Hartnell.Eric Fehr. Still. has had his work ethic questioned at times. Gionta missed 21 games with a broken bone in his foot. Part of the problem with Hemsky is that the Oilers have been unable to find linemates that can keep up with him. 11 A) in 27 regular season games while the Wings posted an 18-5-4 record while he was in the lineup and a 26-19-10 record when he was out. With Scott Gomez centering his line and feeding him the puck. Therein lies the rub . Franzen should make a push back into the 30goal range with a double-digit tallies on the power play. Heatley finished the regular season third on the team in points with 82 (39G. Further. often shuffling players in and out. we know what we'll get from Hartnell . DET In many ways. you could argue that Franzen was the Red Wings' Most Valuable Player last season. 37 A).Rene Bourque. SJ Sharks GM Doug Wilson brought in Heatley from Ottawa hoping he would be the one to help the Sharks vault towards the ever-so elusive Stanley Cup hardware. As a top-six forward with an opportunity to potentially skate with Henrik Zetterberg and Pavel Datsyuk at even strength. 43A). Patrick Kane.000 21 . but a vigorous Heatley should easily dial in 75-plus points in 2010-11.56 goals per game without him.the latter's signing might help more than the former's. at 34 years old. The 28-year old had no trouble sustaining his number of penalty minutes. Hemsky seemed to be a player who was going to have the kind of season many pundits have predicted of him before the injury. he is one of the game's best young talents but his actions have gotten him in trouble. It's hard to see him matching the 34 goals and 77 points he scored a few years ago unless the Blue Jackets find a true #1 center. in which he still scored 44 points (23 G. causing him to slow down a bit. leave him for the later rounds of your draft based on the age and the injury factor. The assists were also there. but he should be the main scorer on the Wild's top line again. PHI Giroux is the epitome of potential and upside at this point of his career. Iginla shot at a reasonable if not great 12. but Huselius has skills enough to keep his production in the 50-55 point range even if Nikita Filatov's return shuffles the deck and bumps him off Nash's line. and how much can be blamed on his teammates? The Flames were last in the NHL in goals scored with 204. up-and-coming players like Matt Duchene. but to be ranked among the elite he could afford to act with more professionalism.a ton of PIMs and a year-end point total somewhere near 40. After proving to be very durable the previous few seasons. but the Oilers have never admitted if they would be willing to trade what might be their most exciting player. And thanks to a 12-year. despite averaging just 12 minutes of ice time per game. Without question. Claude Giroux. He missed 55 games with a torn ACL. Marian Hossa. it's easy to forget that he's only 21 years old. given what was at stake for the Flames. He will be completely healthy for the 2010-11 season and is someone you shouldn't forget about come draft day. which led the league. Only one other teammate had more than 15 goals or more than 30 assists . Jarome Iginla. Kristian Huselius. At just 22-years old heading into the 2010-11 season. so it seems like most of his problems stemmed from not having much talent around him.26 goals per game when Mule was on the ice compared to just 2. EDM Hemsky only played in 22 games last season before suffering a season ending shoulder injury. Iginla went through some withering goal droughts last season. Nathan Horton. Dany Heatley. PHI Hartnell returned to a level of production that we've come to expect after an 60point campaign in 2008-09. 229-pounds) to play a power/skill combo game when he is on. and chances are there could be more of the same in 2010-11. That said. with room for growth. With so much offensive talent in San Jose he will be hard-pressed to go for 50 goals as he did twice (and in consecutive fashion for the Senators). They're getting the band back together by signing both Jokinen and Alex Tanguay . posting 21 points in 23 games. but the talent is there and perhaps a change of scenery from Florida to Boston will be the jump-start he needs. and probably his most disappointing season altogether. Perhaps team brass was sold on him after he cranked out 21 goals. and in fact was the inspiration for re-signing Jokinen as the "best available center" out on the free-agent market that the Flames could afford. Hejduk can still perform like the point-a-game player he was earlier in his career. but Hartnell couldn't replicate his goal scoring of '08-'09. with 10 of his goals coming with the man advantage. he's a prolific goal scorer and setup man. Daymond Langkow's neck injury hasn't improved. CHI We'll refrain from cracking any taxicab jokes and tell you the important stuff: Kane continued to pile on 88 points in the regular season. $4. Ales Hemsky.4 million contract. one who can use his big body (6-foot-2. especially with the talent surrounding him. is surely nearing the end of his NHL campaign. Keep that in mind during Draft Day when deciding which forward to grab in the earlier rounds. Brian Gionta. As always. it's important for Hossa to consider Chicago to be a happy place to play. Hossa was finally able to hoist Lord Stanley in his first year with the 'Hawks. 1 overall pick Taylor Hall be the solution to that problem? Johan Franzen. 18 assists and a plus-18 rating in the 2009-10 season. If he can stay out of the infirmary. it's hard to see Giroux's production go anywhere but up. Havlat carries significant injury risk even after playing over 70 games for the second time in seven seasons. Detroit scored 3. complimented by a plus-14 rating and nine game-winning goals. the Avs have a strong core of young. the question still remains regarding the guy‟s age and Play Free Fantasy Hockey for a chance at $5. Unfortunately for team brass. WAS The Caps re-signed Fehr in July 2010 to a two-year. however. an assortment of injuries limited him to just 56 games last year.5%. How much of Iginla's decline is on him. which were above the 140-minute threshold for the third straight year.

and you can be sure he won't be a forgotten man. What‟s even more impressive is that Stewart‟s hot streak really only began in December. When he is on. If the restricted free agent can resolve his contract issues with the franchise. SJ If any Shark was negatively impacted by the arrival of Dany Heatley last season. Kovalev could hit around 20 goals and 30 assists. Hard-working? You bet. Sounds like the perfect. too -.especially if it's in a deeper player pool. Skilled? And then some.to the tune of about 65 points and as many PIMs. we see more upside than downside. Patrick Sharp. surprised everyone last year by exploding for 64 points. that he could start the season on injured reserve. NYI Okposo is another former first-round pick (2007) that the Islanders are relying on to bring the organization back to respectability. Alexei Kovalev. Stewart. Kris Versteeg. the Ducks needed Selanne to stick around as an established veteran who can still pot his fare share of goals. Rumors of disagreements with former coach Jacques Lemaire abounded late in the season. It is clear that he knows how to win hockey games and he is just 25 years old. It may have been that Seto was more comfortable on Team Teal's first line. and 249 shots. something he'll be for at least a couple more seasons. On a team in need of goal scoring. So when has Knuble finished with less than 45 points? The answer is never. cheaper forwards outplays him in training camp. at 23 years old. If only he had a sense of the other parts of the game (defending. and led the team in points with 76 (27G 49A). Who cares if he's only 5-9 and 180 pounds? He's a menace shorthanded and his offensive turning radius is tighter than Shawn White on his board. but given his skill set and strong supporting cast. it was Setoguchi. Ryder can be determined with the puck in the offensive zone. He took advantage of the opportunity and ran up 64 points (35G 29A). Kyle Okposo. Louis. Still. From the looks of it. ANA Selanne inked a new deal with the Anaheim in August of 2010. Bobby Ryan. From a fantasy perspective. VAN The Canucks took a chance on Samuelsson last offseason. CHI Sharp was the subject of trade rumors. He's a top-six forward on this team. it‟s safe to say the gamble paid off. even at the age of 40. He completely tore the ACL in his left knee. added a gold medal to his Stanley Cup and Memorial Cup championships. There is no doubt that the young winger should be able to reproduce those numbers in 2010-11. Not that he needs much help to be productive. This should pay off eventually but it may not be this season for fantasy owners. scoop him up in fantasy drafts if you‟re looking for a wellrounded. Martin St. His ceiling is 30-plus goals. he spent time in the minors and slowly solidified his presence by playing 81 games last season. STL Perron hit the 20-goal mark in 2008-09. scoring 52 points over the next 54 games and adding three goals in Colorado‟s first-round playoff loss to San Jose. But St. TB Mighty Mite is no ordinary 35-year-old hockey player. BOS Ryder. he played 102 hockey games (the only Duck to appear in all 82 regular season games). finishing with just 18 goals and 33 points in 82 games. Corey Perry. who had 27 goals and 53 points in his first season in black and gold. Knuble is as consistent as they come. Consider nabbing him as your No. good for second on the team. and has mega-star Nicklas Backstrom as his pivot. which he injured during the final weeks of the 2009-10 regular season. But that was something to be expected from the 22year-old. he's still a kid with plenty of great seasons ahead of him. The 34-yearold Swede will once again skate with the Canucks' top six. Sharp's value is on the rise. ANA It is clear that the Ducks would like to build their franchise around their core group of young talent and that includes Ryan. when an injury to Milan Hejduk prompted coach Joe Sacco to give Stewart a look on the top line. He also led the Avs in the goal-scoring department with 28. struggled with his consistency in 2009-10. he looks to be in every situation possible. ANA Perry played a ton of hockey last season. but you could do worse than snagging Selanne as a late round selection . Certainly. To put that in context. Starting with the month of September. WAS With the puck. as he might need the extra time to fully heal from his ACL injury. Just remember. Brian Burke kind of guy. There's a strong possibility. He also can fire the puck well. Okposo had his best season to date in 2009-10 with 19 goals.speed first and hands second. who saw his ice time increase as well. Of course. He'll become beloved in Hogtown and you'll appreciate him on your fantasy squad.Mike Knuble. Teemu Selanne. Should he come back from the injury fully healed. Devin Setoguchi. Mikael Samuelsson. just 22 years old. he's considered one of the Blues' top marksmen. Ryder's production/compete level doesn't always match his cap hit of $4 million. The Islanders are slowly but surely building a solid team by using the draft to restock their system. The Sharks re-signed Setoguchi to a one-year contract this summer. Michael Ryder. making it hard to take it away from him when he has a full head of steam going. David Perron. up-andcoming players who will be asked to lead the Avs deeper into postseason territory. though he wasn't ultimately included in Chicago's cap-saving frenzy in the offseason. maturity). which ranked him third on the team in points scored. not once in five seasons. OTT How well Kovalev plays in the 2010-11 season rests almost entirely upon the health of his knee. NJ The Devils' captain had a forgettable end to the 2010 season. After a career-best 33 goals. rather than the second shift that he played on for much of 2009-10. though technically a restricted free agent and still unsigned as of early August. 4 fantasy forward. putting him in position to duplicate his success from 2009-10. signing him to a three-year deal with a promise for a more involved role than he had in Detroit. Jamie Langenbrunner. likely starting the season as the first-line left winger along with Andy McDonald and Brad Boyes. Louis hasn't lost even an ounce of either because his odometer has a mere 772 games on it. TOR Gutsy? Check. In his first two seasons with the Ducks. 30-year-old teammate Vinny Lecavalier has already played 97 more games. making him a candidate to be dealt or even demoted to the minors to free up some needed cap room for the team. the Blues really might have something special here. He'll be a mainstay on Ottawa's second power play unit while playing on the second line during even-strength situations. COL Stewart. Chris Stewart. Others who have gone before have seen an erosion of skill -. an injury that normally requires up to six months of rehab. The Ducks are using Perry as part of their core group of players so he should see time on their top line. 33 assists. So throw out the birthday candles and consider St. is expected to return next season as part of a core group of young. if not improve upon them. We applaud the preservation of Sharp's services because he is one of the team's top scorers and still has room to grow. as an accurate shooter who tallied 11 goals and assists in the Stanley Cup-winning postseason. he could put up similar numbers in 2010-11. expounding his late-scoring woes (two points in the final 12 games. but look for him to have a bounce-back season with 50-60 points. Stewart never looked back after that. making it the second straight season he's increased his scoring. Play Free Fantasy Hockey for a chance at $5. there is always the risk of a sophomore slump with a player like Stewart. 3 or No. Louis one of the elite wingers in the NHL. but this year his floor could be a ticket to AHL Providence if one of the B's younger. but Knuble plays on a top line with offensive wunderkind Alex Ovechkin. though. and with his stamina. but as effective as he can be. both coming on emptynetters) the Devils were embarrassed by Philadelphia in the playoffs. Langenbrunner posted his second consecutive 60-plus-point season last campaign but saw 10 less goals. low maintenance forward. expect Okposo's production to slowly climb even while the rebuilding process is taking place.000 22 . Versteeg poured in the points (44) in limited ice time in Chicago and then amped things up in the playoffs (14 in 22 games). He looks like the real deal to us. decision-making. So. injuries might get in the way from time to time.

28 A) and it‟s only seventh best on the squad. We just don't know how many games he'll actually play.how much can you stomach? Play Free Fantasy Hockey for a chance at $5. As he matures. and the possibility for a much bigger breakout is there. He might not tally 25 goals. Michael Frolik. However. Elias has the potential to be a point-per-game player. as long as he stays healthy. His steady production is encouraging considering the team traded the face of the franchise. The Capitals secured his services in July when he received a one-year deal valued at $2. He's a safe play (aside from the injury factor) and will be a factor in the Devils' offense and likely will be reunited with Jason Arnott. he's now Vinny Lecavalier's wing-man and that means his pointper-game average could be the best of his career. Marian Gaborik. NYR The Slovakian speedster was as good as advertised in his first year on Broadway. four assists). FLA After posting 32 goals for the Kings in the 2008-09 season. His shot totals soared from 158 to 219 between his rookie and sophomore seasons. Gabby bounced back and played in 76 contests for the Rangers. he won't spend much time on Jarome Iginla's line. Jamie Benn. yet enigmatic . Those buying low on his dismal start were heavily rewarded. especially if new coach Scott Arniel takes Ken Hitchcock's shackles off the offense. 25+ goals and 60+ points should be well within his grasp.6 million. Brandon Dubinsky. SJ Clowe upset his fantasy owners through the first two months of the 2009-10 season by chipping in just four points (one goal. often times not even hitting the ice until late in the power play. but it's unclear just what his motivations are. Gaborik has the potential to lead the league in goals if he can stay on the ice for 75-plus games. The newly acquired Alex Frolov will be given every opportunity to play on the left wing. Though he wasn‟t exactly consistent on a week-to-week basis last season. one thing is certain: Gaborik will produce plenty of goals and points. Patrik Elias. TB Gagne is an elite winger with speed. assuming that Alex Tanguay skates with Iginla after the Flames re-signed him during the summer. and even penalty minutes (131). Downie tallied 22 goals -. the biggest question mark surrounding Gaborik this season will be who skates on the top line with him. He roared out of the Olympic break last season with seven goals and 15 points in 13 games. and he joins a team with plenty of talent. Louis. Left Wings Nik Antropov. expect his shot totals to rise high enough for him to crack the 25-goal barrier sooner rather than later. Elias posted a solid. FLA The Panthers have an extremely talented forward in their system with Frolik. Loui Eriksson. Frolov scored just 19 times in what turned out to be his final season in Los Angeles. The Flames demonstrated that they are committed to him by inking him to a six-year. ATL In his first full season with the Thrashers Antropov proved he can contribute as a No. DAL Benn was asked to shift from a wing to center early in the season and took to the move well. that's value. Steve Downie. and the addition of Dustin Byfuglien should create more space for Antropov. The 25-year old will have plenty incentive to prove to the entire that he's worth a big-time investment. Regardless of what the combination turns out to be. but should be able to take a step forward in his second season. expect continued growth from Clowe. He has the speed and skill to stay as a top-six forward. TB In the matter of a few short months last year. NJ Despite missing 24 games due to injury last season. he's just another Daniel Carcillo. While he'll be hard-pressed to maintain that pace on the Blue Jackets' second line. He's expected to begin the year as Dallas' #3 center again this season. if unspectacular. Downie went from being a petulant toddler who all too often ended up in the league's naughty chair to a controlled super-pest with near top-20 winger fantasy value. Frolov has had two 30-goal seasons and he could easily reach that 30-goal plateau again. Moreover. Erik Christensen. while the center position could go to one of several options: Vaclav Prospal. Nikolai Zherdev. The 6‟2” Russian forward will likely play alongside Marian Gaborik on the Blueshirts‟ top line and will almost certainly see regular time on the team‟s first power play unit. Otherwise. Gaborik turned in arguably his best season as a pro – he set a career high with 86 points and tied his career-best with 42 goals. Having played in just 17 games for the Wild in the 2008-09 season. Alexander Frolov. and with a little more consistency. the 22-year-old could find himself in the company of 50-point skaters. Peg him for 65-plus points in 2010. The only negative is that Bourque isn't terribly effective on the power play. WAS You know your team is deep up front when Fleischmann hammers out 51 points (23 G. strength. He should continue getting time on the man advantage while skating with Alex Ovechkin or Alexander Semin. but don't expect it.though his previous outputs (and strong season in the KHL) would suggest that his talent is enough to provide for fantasy owners. his production never waned (22 G. DAL Eriksson backed up his 36-goal breakout season from the year before we another solid campaign (29 G. the center with whom some of his most productive years were alongside. and he exploded for 58 points (including 27 goals) last season. We don't expect a full season from him but we do expect magic when he's on the ice. He's motivated. Tomas Fleischmann. He's got pretty much the entire package going for him: good size. There's additional upside here if his role with the man advantage increases a bit. and hopefully the Rangers are able to utilize his talent. Ryane Clowe. Ilya Kovalchuk.and the fact that he played in the KHL of Russia last season when no NHL team would meet his demands would suggest that . 6 A) on the power play despite solid numbers at even strength. 1 center in the NHL. But he also has a list of injuries that's longer than a Brett Favre retirement decision. While he will continue be looked at as an injury-prone player. He's the epitome of risk-reward -. He's at his best when he adds a physical bite to his game but that just makes us cringe. 42 A). 19 goals and 48 points in 58 games. points (57). Simon Gagne. After all. but there's enough scorers around him that his assist totals could be very attractive come year end. posting career highs in games played (76) and points (67 . And if he does. CGY Bourque has thrived with the full opportunities that Calgary has given him since acquiring him from the Blackhawks before the 2008-09 season. 43 A). Rene Bourque. but a bigger payday may not be too far away in his future. Frolov signed a one-year deal with the Rangers with hopes of putting together a productive upcoming season. and then getting rewarded in next year‟s offseason. assists (38). as the crafty forward still managed to pull together career highs in games played (82). but he definitely has natural ability. $37. $20 million extension before the trade deadline last season. CLB Voracek took another step forward as a sophomore. The only thing that could slow down Frolov is if he doesn‟t mesh well with Head Coach John Tortorella. The Thrashers though look to be much improved as a team. one of the most underrated stars on the Sharks. 19 A).he should have no trouble gearing up for his first season in Philly. smarts and skill. however. Todd White. or the latest Rangers acquisition. scoring 16 goals and 50 points and establishing himself as an essential top-six forward in Columbus. PHI There's not doubting Zherdev's talent. Expect good things. after they could not hammer out a new contract agreement with the superstar.seven of which came on the power play -.Jakub Voracek.46 points and a whopping 208 PIMs while playing alongside Steven Stamkos and Marty St. While the shift took him off one of Dallas' top two lines. with the possibility of breaking the 30-goal mark for the first time in his career.000 23 . and he's a lock to skate on Dallas' top line alongside Brad Richards. That is. After receiving a five-year. and he leaves everything he's got on the ice. If it's money . In eight NHL seasons. he'll be the only NHLer to score 50-plus points and 200-plus PIMs. tallying just six powerplay goals last year and none the season before that. With the exception of PIMs. speed and skill. Frolik gets a free pass given that he‟s been in the league for just two years. Frolov has occasionally been known to “take games off” and often disappears on the ice. He's a solid player that will be 35 next April and could be a good mid-round addition to your squad.5 million deal with the Rangers in July of 2009.24 G. averaging a career-high 21:15 of ice time per game. Zherdev posted backto-back 20-plus goal season with 35 assists before departing for Russia and now he's back on a one-year deal. He remains a relative non-factor (6 G.

but may find himself on a checking line if his numbers don't pick up. failing to show the speed and finish in front of the net that he had shown the past several seasons. At press time. he's poised to begin the year on a line with Mike Modano and Dan Cleary. he's already 37 years old and his body will continue to betray him even after the Wings brought him back with a new two-year contract during the summer. If he can repeat his 30-30 season. Michalek should be able to reach 25 goals and 35 assists if he stays healthy for the majority of the season. and Kovalchuk should again form a power duo with Zach Parise in the coming season . The NHL rejected the deal through arbitration. His skills are supreme but is he a point-per-game player? Probably not.falling somewhere in the neighborhood of 85 points. he can snipe at top speed. Lucic is an intimidating and bone-jarring hitter. NSH After scoring just two goals the previous season. he does possess solid instincts on offense and assuming he plays on one of the B's top lines. CAR It's no secret that the Hurricanes love their Finnish players. but the budding power forward's strong playoff performance (nine points and 19 PIMs in 13 games) bodes well for an uptick in production this coming season. TOR Number 81 can flat-out fly. especially since the move out of Montreal and fresh start with the Wild seemed to rejuvenate him. especially in leagues where PIMs and plus/minus are factored in. Patric Hornqvist. fantasy owners will start loving him. if he earns power-play time. NYI Moulson came out of nowhere last season to score 30 goals for the Islanders.his production comes in fits and spurts.. but the risk is to the downside. BOS Lucic battled nagging injuries (notably a high ankle sprain) during the 2009-10 regular season.000 24 . Brenden Morrow. Shawn Horcoff. Play Free Fantasy Hockey for a chance at $5. Jussi Jokinen. NJ Kovalchuk became even more popular in July 2010. Homer is the ideal blue-collar workhorse in a city where grinders are certainly appreciated. Another 40-point season is the best-case scenario. valued at $102 million. While leading a team that had trouble scoring isn't saying much. but setting up his teammates often made him usable in some leagues. taking the world by storm by signing a 17-year contract with the Devils. That might be valuable if accompanied by 100 PIMs but unfortunately for Malone. He's not the kind of guy who can carry his NHL team -. Hornqvist busted out big-time last season. Hudler showed steady growth in his three seasons with Detroit and was poised for a full season on one of the team's scoring lines prior to leaving for Russia. likely working with David Perron and David Backes. A non-factor at even strength (11 G. who disappointed in so many facets of the game. The question becomes will Hall start the season with Edmonton? The Oilers need any kind of goal scoring they can get and although Hall is sure to go through some rough patches if he starts the season with the big club he seems to have all the poise and maturity to excel immediately. Milan Lucic. finishing with just nine goals and 20 points in 50 games. As of early August. Holmstrom managed to stay healthy enough to play 68 games while hitting the 25-goal plateau for the first time in three seasons. He'll likely start on either the first or second line and see plenty of time on the first power play unit as well as on the penalty kill. the 23-year-old Swede was technically still a restricted free agent. his worst numbers since 2002.Taylor Hall. leading the Predators with 30 goals. Ryan Malone. He's still an asset on the power play (13 G. a 100-point average the two previous years). he was nothing more than the same-old. His 69 PIMs were fifth on the team. so he is not going anywhere. DAL Morrow looked very much like a player coming back from major knee surgery for much of the season. A second full season in Ottawa should see him better his numbers of last year as he'll have adjusted to Ottawa's system and players. Morrow struggled to re-find the chemistry with center Mike Ribeiro. potting only 13 goals and adding 23 assists. he could be a useful fantasy left wing. Guillaume Latendresse. He is set to return as the team's top center. He should be a nice sleeper this season in his first full season with Minnesota. With Ray Whitney shipped to Phoenix. Hudler's decision to spurn the Wings last season to play for Dynamo Moscow of the KHL last season resulted in a lack of secondary offense behind the team's big guns on the top line. and a fixture on the No. which seems likely. but may wind up being better off on the team‟s second line with fellow up-and-comer Colin Wilson as his center. and it wouldn't be all that surprising to see Hudler in the mix for power-play time and top-six minutes as the season unfolds. but head coach Mike Babcock is more of a "Dixon Ticonderoga" type than a "Bic" guy when it comes to his line assignments. Ahhhh. it's buyer beware. including developing some chemistry with Ottawa's more skilled offensive forwards. OTT Michalek should be fully recovered from a torn ACL in his left knee by the time training camp begins in September. Otherwise. or even come close to it. it‟s not uncommon to see a player like Hornqvist take a step back the following year. Just be cautious in head-to-head leagues -. He's never been much of a goal-scoring threat as his career high is only 22 tallies. and he's no longer the pugilist with Steve Ott and Krys Barch as lineup regulars. Don‟t expect another huge spike in his point totals. DET Somewhat improbably. too. his return from injury was certainly a boost for the Blues. Unfortunately. But he will bring your fantasy squad 35 to 40 goals and 65 points this year. 1 power-play line. Eric Staal. and Jokinen is no exception. Phil Kessel. Ilya Kovalchuk.he needs a strong supporting cast (and that's not something he has yet in Toronto). TB Malone had an impressive first half last year but by season's end. but there's a chance he'll be shuttled to the second unit more often this season since Johan Franzen figures to be back in the mix with Pavel Datsyuk and Henrik Zetterberg. so the incentive is there for Moulson to continue lighting the lamp. while the 'Canes will need him to pick up the slack of their departed veteran winger. The Islanders are waiting for Moulson to have another solid season before they sign him to a multi-year deal. 9 A). From a fantasy perspective. Prior to leaving his NHL club. after such a huge jump in production last season. MIN Latendresse turned his career around after he was traded to Minnesota from Montreal last season. Malone is destined for a drop to the Bolts' third line this year. Jiri Hudler. STL Coming off an ankle injury that forced him to miss 36 games in 2008-09. who is tough to knock off the puck. Horcoff was re-signed to a huge contract in 2008. The Devils reworked the deal. When he's on. He also tied with Steve Sullivan for first in team points with 51. but was expected to re-sign with the Preds in time for the 2010-11 season. He should begin the season on the top line with John Tavares. EDM Horcoff had a thoroughly disappointing season in 2009-10. scoring 38 points in 64 games with the Wild. and then Kovalchuk became an unrestricted free agent. While he'll never be smoothest player out there. Andy McDonald. that is if he isn't traded before camp. Tomas Holmstrom.. same-old 45-point man we thought he'd be. Matt Moulson. His fantasy value is not unlike that of Tomas Holmstrom's. There's 70-point potential given his last two healthy seasons before this latest campaign. Jokinen should continue getting plenty of chances on the side of team captain. He will challenge Martin Erat for the role of #1 right winger on the team. Milan Michalek. that wrist shot is one of the best of this generation. DET As if losing Marian Hossa weren't enough. EDM Hall was the first overall pick in the 2010 NHL entry draft and the Oilers prize after finishing with the worst record in the NHL last season. McDonald led the Blues in scoring last season and was the team's most consistent point-tallier from October to April. That was certainly not expected when he signed a one-year deal with the team before the start of the season. 16 assists on the season). he became a veritable pussycat last season (68 vs. And unlike most other NHLers.

But to the demise of fantasy players in postseason pools. He‟ll be well worth the early-round investment once again this season. 1 overall draft pick Taylor Hall also likely to make the team. SJ Last season could very well prove to be a turning point in Pavelski's career . the Panthers don‟t provide much in the way of fantasy value. 28 A) playing on Dallas' top line. Penner may find it a little easier going this season as opposing teams will have more weapons to worry about. though that is not saying much given the lack of offensive talent across the team‟s roster.15 points over 73 games. Thirty-five goals and a point-per game pace is essentially a given along with an impressive plus-minus rating (plus-54 the last two seasons) as well as an average of four shots per game. As a pointper-game player. He's a safe pick and will be well utilized by new coach John MacLean in the team's attack. He posted 62 points (24 G. most likely on the second line. A dynamic winger entering the prime of his career. Head Coach John Tortorella loves Prospal's work ethic. so there is some concern that his production will slow down a bit this season. Daniel Sedin. Ovechkin has shown an increase in penalty minutes in three successive seasons. but he needs more help before he'll break through to that next level consistently. Steve Sullivan. VAN Despite missing over a month of action at the beginning of the season with an ankle injury. which should keep him from being priced as an elite winger on draft day. but you may have already known that from his dazzling highlight reels and habitual lamp lighting. especially if new coach Scott Arniel opens up the offense more than Ken Hitchcock ever allowed. T. With elite speed and a defined role.5 shot percentage. as he produced when in the lineup (22 G. BUF The word that should come to mind when thinking of Pominville is durability. LA Smyth's first season in Los Angeles wasn't any different from his stops elsewhere. coming off the organization's first-ever playoff appearance. 40+ goals and 85+ points is always going to be a tantalizing possibility for Nash. Prospal clearly found some chemistry with superstar Marian Gaborik. a healthy Stillman could end up being one of the better point producers for the Panthers. Semin failed to cap off the playoffs with comparable stardom. WAS Simply put. Ovechkin is also surrounded by an unselfish supporting cast. FLA Collectively. While those days appear behind him. Joe Pavelski. The bottom line? If you're seeking a consistent forward who will go for 50+ points. and based on his free falling numbers. Cory Stillman. but neither performed up to expectations. Jason Pominville. as he finished second on the team in points. Zach Parise. finding the positive side of the plus/minus rating has been a challenging endeavor for the forward. He'll produce if healthy but that's becoming less and less of a probability as time marches on. so there's room to improve on that in his third full season. and 10th amongst all right wingers in the league. Pavelski is your money. finishing with 29 goals and 56 points in 63 games. as the 26-year-old managed just two points in the quarterfinal round against Montreal.Rick Nash. 38 A) for the Sabres in 2010. NJ Parise posted another strong season to follow up his breakout 2008-09 campaign despite seeing a 12-point drop in his points total. and rarely finishes an entire season. skating with the top two lines for most of the season. WAS Overall. And like most of Buffalo's other top forwards. His efficiency has taken a hit and as of late. and he never went more than four games without getting on the scoresheet. Sooner or later his style of play will catch up with him and at 34-years old you have to wonder how much he has left in the tank. It will be interesting to see if he plays with a chip on his shoulder in 2010-11 to fend off the doubters. Vaclav Prospal. Oshie was the most consistent and more of a two-way player than either Patrik Berglund or David Perron. but his versatility means he'll have another year playing the wing. Ovechkin is the face of the NHL. including an 11-game postChristmas goalless streak. VAN It seems like each year the Canucks have a breakout season from an unexpected forward. NYR After posting 58 points in 75 games for the Rangers last year. assists (28) and shots on goal (217). It is uncertain if Prospal will begin the year on the same line as Gabby. What separates him from other greats like Sidney Crosby is his ability to fire over 400 shots in a season. $16 million contract. 31 A) but missed significant time due to injuries (67 games played). STL Oshie overcame an early-season appendectomy to play 76 games and finished tied for second on the team with 48 points (18 goals. Semin played great hockey in 2009-10. Oshie. in the summer of 2010. few possess Parise's energy level and drive. Also. but either way. Pavelski hit pay dirt with a four-year. which bodes well for Vinny.000 25 . He recorded just two tallies with the man advantage after sticking 9 PPG as a rookie. Complicating matters is a fractured ankle suffered in May at the IIHF World Championships. As in previous years. Not only did the shifty 5-foot-11 center register his second consecutive 25 goal season. centered by Berglund with David Backes on the other wing. In 2009-10. NSH Sullivan is the epitome of high risk and high reward. Pominville is one of those fantasy players you see in every sport that is so consistent he can get overlooked. Penner took up the offensive slack that the Oilers were missing once Ales Hemsky went down for the season with a shoulder injury. he remains a terrific option because of the talent around him. The reward is his excellence in both dishing and scoring. While his final numbers (33 goals and 67 points) were well within the margin of error he seemed to disappear for stretches. DAL Neal followed up a nice rookie season with another solid season (27 G. He's supposed to be healthy when training camp opens but will likely have missed a good deal of offseason training as a result. Despite the struggles. 1 star in all fantasy formats. Alexander Ovechkin. His 58 points last year were the most he‟s recorded since the 2005-06 season when he had 80 points. Vinny will be entering his 14th year in the NHL. Alexander Semin. His feast or famine nature creates a bit of frustration in the minds of fantasy owners. but he's missed an average of 16 games for the Caps over the last three seasons due to various injuries. he‟s an elite option at left wing and the Canucks‟ primary goal scorer. Nash was saddled with a rotating cast of line mates who weren't great complements for his blend of power and skill. but he's the perfect player to start when he catches fire. The 25year-old winger finally landed a significant role on the team. Ryan Smyth. At some point we'd like to see him at center. James Neal. His plus-13 was also second on the team. 4th on team). Of the Blues' kid forwards. Either way. he will still be on one of the top two offensive units. Pominville's numbers are remarkably consistent. The left winger has played in every single game for the Sabres for each of the last four seasons. averaging 1. Draft him as your No. Dustin Penner. helping him routinely deliver 50goal seasons. Prospal was given a one-year-deal to return for his second season in the Big Apple. His lack of assists will limit his overall point production.for the better. and still boast a healthy 12. The risk is because he's often bitten by the injury bug. CLB Nash and the Blue Jackets carried high hopes into 2009. With Hemsky coming back to play this season and No. it was Raymond‟s turn to fill that role. Mason Raymond. EDM Penner had a career season in 2009-10 with 32 goals and 63 points and was one of the few bright spots in what was a dismal Edmonton campaign as the team finished with the worst record in the NHL. Play Free Fantasy Hockey for a chance at $5.J. so expect him to finish the season with somewhere between 50 and 60 points. Raymond will have the opportunity to repeat last year‟s success. Stillman isn‟t the answer. However. Nearly half of his points (24 of 53) came on the power play as he led all Kings' forwards in power play minutes (3:55 minutes per game) and he typically found himself skating alongside Anze Kopitar at even strength as well. but there's a 30-goal/60 point season within easy reach. but he posted three assists for Team USA and excelled on the World stage during the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver. As an added bonus. The new role resulted in career-best marks in goals (25). Sedin was able to eclipse the 80-point threshold for the third time in four seasons.

MIN Barker was a major disappointment with Chicago last season (14 points in 51 games) and fell down the depth chart before being traded to Minnesota in February. Chara managed to put up a career-high 242 shots on goal last year. including Babchuk and Joe Corvo. $1. SJ What makes Boyle special is that he plays defense. Barker failed to build upon his 40-point 2009-10 campaign that had many thinking he'd become a blue chip fantasy defenseman. the one who scored 43 goals. Ever since joining San Jose.75 million this spring. Once it got on net. PHO If Wolski can continue the same type of production that he had at the end of 2009-10. he proved he belonged in the NHL. Joe Corvo. Brian Campbell. Boychuk started last season as the team's No. he's a character player who always has his heart set on winning. He led all defensemen on the team with nine goals.000 26 . Whitney was ranked fifth among the team in points scored and third with points scored on the power play. it's clear that Vanek is a guy who will get you 25 to 30 goals and hover around 60 points. Dan Boyle. the former first-round draft pick will continue to run the Rangers‟ top power play unit. he's in a contract year. The good news is that Chara should be fully healthy for the start of training camp . 3 overall pick in the 2004 draft. Ray Whitney.3%. but his seven goals represented a significant drop-off from the 19 he put up in 2008-09. a likely indication that Team Teal has big plans for No. a nagging issue that took some of the mustard off his rocket shot. Heading into 2010-11. signing a two-year extension worth approximately $3. while averaging 15:26 of ice time through 51 games. when scored just 27 points and went through frequent. Bouwmeester shot the puck on net only 130 times after averaging nearly 180 shots the last three seasons. Thomas Vanek. Before you follow suit and bring Babchuk back to your fantasy squad. 60 in 2010-11. BOS Boychuk went from a virtual unknown last season to an offseason priority for the Bruins. VAN For the second time in three years. but uncertainty surrounding his role should be of some concern when putting together your back end. Jason Demers. The reason? He spent most of the season playing with a balky left hand. Owners will always look for the Vanek from 2006-07. SJ Demers is arguably the fastest rising player dressed in teal. a statistic that the team needs help desperately. CAR After an eighteen game stint with the Capitals. On the plus side. one glaring error in Del Zotto's game was his defensive awareness – he was a team-worst minus-20. There's 40-point potential here. even if he doesn't achieve the 50-point upside many thought he once had. but after the past three seasons. He should get plenty of playing time with the Wild (including the power play) and is a prime bounce-back candidate. After missing two months of action. Wolski averaged a point per game and current reports out of Phoenix indicate that he might skate on the top line with Shane Doan and Ray Whitney. consider that only once has he played more than 70 games in any given season of his 14-year career. Defensemen Anton Babchuk.7M deal with the Flames trying to revive his career at the scene where he last tasted success. Play Free Fantasy Hockey for a chance at $5. and pay attention here . After underperforming to the point of being inconsistent with the Avalance. Since he's already familiar with the 'Canes system. the 29year-old was able to return and finish with three goals and 19 assists in 55 games. Since being traded to the Coyotes. the Coyotes' season looks quite bright indeed. Corvo skated right back to Raleigh ahead of the 2010-11 season. If he can. as Bouwmeester's shooting percentage was an unbelievably low 2. The only question mark with Whitney is his age. $1 million contract from 'Canes GM Jim Rutherford. The key for Tanguay will be whether he can stick on Jarome Iginla's line... Whitney is certainly capable of that effort and much more. Not only was Del Zotto productive for the Rangers. and he figures to benefit from having a full season of either Dennis Seidenberg or Johnny Boychuk (players he had good chemistry with last year) playing alongside him from the get-go. he could continue down the path of oblivion that started last year in Tampa Bay. he could put up close to 50 points. Zdeno Chara. Carolina failed to assemble a defensive corps that would be doing much damage with the puck. he's stacked together consecutive seasons where he nearly reached sixty points. All looks good health-wise for Bieksa as he enters the 2010-11 campaign. Johnny Boychuk.he had 31 last season . Michael Del Zotto. as part of their Discounted Properties Reunion Tour. but can still hang with the greats on offense. He had 17 helpers in his rookie season. he‟ll have to improve his defense. the change of scenery has helped Wolski immensely.enough to hold value as a steady fantasy rearguard in deep fantasy leagues. Bieksa missed significant time after suffering a laceration to his leg. Kevin Bieksa. 7 blueliner. Corvo should lend some offensive muscle to a blue line in need of scorers. BUF Vanek's production declined for the third consecutive year in 2009-10. especially with the majority of the points coming on the power play. he could see a bump up from his 2009-10 production (15 points in 51 games) if he ends up seeing extensive power play duty. Campbell sustained a broken collarbone towards the end of the regular season. Was his lower point totals last season a result of an underwhelming Carolina hockey team or a result of Whitney possibly loosing a step? The Coyotes are banking on the former and if they can squeeze 60+ points out of him. four power-play markers and 37 points. so Rutherford made a point to bring some offensive-minded rearguards back to Raleigh.. He has sleeper status written all over. CGY Tanguay was the first surprise signing by the Flames on July 1. He signed a one-year. While in Carolina. CGY Bouwmeester was among the biggest disappointments in all of hockey last season. In his year overseas. the defense-first system has a lot to blame. the Coyotes have a veteran presence that can score goals. Jay Bouwmeester. especially late in the season and the playoffs.Alex Tanguay. BOS The B's towering blueliner finished the 2009-10 season with 44 points. but when given an opportunity. their offense will certainly improve. like he did against Ottawa last season. Big Z will continue to anchor the Bruins' blue line. a windfall of points might follow. where he posted 22 of his 37 points. PHO With Whitney. ending up on the B's top defensive pairing with Zdeno Chara and racking up heavy minutes. NYR Del Zotto was one of the few bright spots for the Rangers last season. Del Zotto has a bright future ahead of him and if he continues to utilize his great on-ice vision. His bread and butter comes in the form of assists . Moreover. but his role with the Canucks could be reduced after the offseason additions Dan Hamhuis and Keith Ballard. CAR Babchuk spent last season playing for Omsk Avangard (KHL) after turning down a one-year.. If MDZ wants to take his game to the next level this season. the team from the Bay Area secured his services with a two-year contract extension this past offseason. Though he'll have to hold off the improving Mark Giordano to be the Flames' top point-man on the power play. CHI Wojtek Wolski. but returned in time for limited action in the playoffs. Better yet. which should only take some of the heat off of Shane Doan. The exMinnesota Golden Gopher is one of the most up-and-down players in the National Hockey League. He still has the offensive skill set that made him the No. Cam Barker. particularly on the man advantage. he should have a stellar year. He can get four goals in a game with ease. If not. He'll be one of the first defenseman to fly off the boards in fantasy drafts. which is certainly a possibility. Wolski has a knack of making plays and scoring goals and with more ice time. but he also finished second among all NHL rookie defensemen in points (only Sabres defenseman Tyler Myers had more). six off his Norris Trophy-winning mark of the previous campaign. good things didn't follow. As with other disappointing players on the Flames. Bouwmeester is probably as good of a turnaround candidate as anyone in the game. However. and then he will disappear for two weeks. soul-crushing point droughts. posting just 29 points (and only three goals) in his first year with the Flames.

Pavel Kubina. with 15-20 goals not out of the question. He'll be among the top five in blueline scoring again this year. With the addition of Sergei Gonchar to Ottawa's blueline. but also has the smarts and the vision to last a long time in the league. all evidence points to him putting up another 50-plus point season as the team around him looks poised to make the playoffs in 2010.14 more than he's ever posted in six previous seasons. He did most of his damage on the power play (9 PPG. Erik Karlsson. which caused him to sit out some games last season. He should start the season on the top defensive pairing and easily play 22-25 minutes a night. he appears to be a streaky player that can put points up in a hurry or disappear off of the scoring chart for weeks at a time.3 shooting percentage that dropped to 8. but the concern here will continue to be durability until he proves capable of withstanding the full 82-game grind. Known for his physical play. If his 2008-09 is any indication.to late-thirties. so look for more of the same from the German blueliner in Year 2 with Vancouver. but he figures to be a serviceable option in deep fantasy leagues. The 28-year-old blueliner set a career-high with 44 points (14 G. He should be able to hit at least 50 points again this season. Niklas Kronwall.just check out his output after the arrival of Dion Phaneuf and you'll see exactly what we mean. The 35-year-old blueliner is still amongst the elite of NHL quarterbacks and will likely go early in most fantasy drafts. so he'll get plenty of ice time at even strength and on the power play.7 percent by season's end. He had six goals and 14 points in his final 23 games. He's not as sure of a bet as say. 7) in 14 October contests but never totaled more than seven points in any other month. He‟ll be a cheap 40-point option with plenty of upside while you're searching for blue-line help late in drafts. A pinpoint passer. It's believed that he was still feeling limited by the knee early on. STL Johnson. Alexander Edler. Erik Johnson. Ehrhoff was able to not only match a successful 2008-09 campaign. but don't be surprised to see him break 40 points if he continues the strong play with which he ended last season. Expect him to hit around 10 goals and 25 assists this year. the rugged defenseman can light the lamp with his booming slap shot from the blue line. 22 PPA) but still managed a plus-20 rating as well. and for good reason. LA Doughty led the Kings' blueline in goals (16) and was second on the team with points (59). Ehrhoff will once again be playing the role of lead defenseman for the Canucks. and he'll be a mainstay on the power play. Play Free Fantasy Hockey for a chance at $5. This hard-nosed blueliner lost seven teeth in the playoff clinching game. he enters the final year of his contract. VAN After seeing his production fluctuate in four full seasons with the Sharks. 30 A) while leading the Orcas in ice time. DET Injuries once again derailed Kronwall last season. but the five months in between left fantasy owners wanting more from the offensive blueliner. but Gonchar is still in tremendous physical shape. he's averaged 36. TB Kubina's return to Tampa Bay will be just like going home. He should also bring his plus/minus rating back into good standing as the team continues to try and rebuild. ATL Although the Thrashers always knew he had an offensive flare to his game. With some added muscle. Edler should still figure prominently in the mix. He's been good for 80-plus games in three of the last four years. OTT Karlsson had an outstanding finish to his 2009-10 rookie season and should be able to expand on it in the upcoming year. and later flashed several fan-induced toothless smiles in Chicago's Stanley Cup victory parade.. Jovanovski contributed important points from the blue line: 10 goals and 24 assists. Adjust your cheat sheets accordingly. Mike Green. he‟s easily the top fantasy defenseman in the NHL. Despite an influx of talent to their back end this offseason. the 20-year-old Karlsson will have an elite quarterback from which to learn from and that simple fact cannot be overlooked for his longterm development. The mobile defenseman did sacrifice his plus/minus a bit dropping to a minus-5 rating last season after posting a plus-14 in 2008-09. Kronwall has the tools to be a 50point blueliner and a bruising physical presence in the back. finishing with 42 points (5 G. Tampa Bay is woefully thin on the blue line. The addition of veteran defenders Paul Martin and Zbynek Michalek takes a ton of pressure off of the 25-year-old. In 2010-11. 22. Johnson is the best the Blues have on defense in the transition game. He also sported a career-best plus-36 rating. But if he's wearing a new jersey. His early start featured a 26. If his knee isn't limiting him. His tenure in Hogtown has seen a slow and steady decline in production. Duncan Keith.5 points on the power play over the last two seasons and the Caps should remain an elite club with the man advantage. he managed to finish last season tied for 10th in offensive production from the blue line. he's worth considering as a discounted option with a high ceiling. Kurtis Foster. Draft him as a 40-point defender who'll deliver 80-100 PIMs. TOR Kaberle may be many things on the ice but he's elite in the fantasy arena. but also surpass it in his first tour with the Canucks. and a reduction in overall minutes (due to the defensive acquisitions) might actually make it easier for Goligoski to focus on offense and improve upon his fantasy numbers of 37 points in 69 contests. WAS To the Capitals. EDM Foster had his best season from a statistical standpoint in 2009-10. PHO During 2009-10. Tobias Enstrom. OTT Gonchar was Ottawa's biggest free agent pickup of the offseason and will be counted on to quarterback the first power play unit. He will likely quarterback Ottawa's second power play unit to the start the season. Karlsson is a tremendous skater and puck handler. Injuries are an obvious concern with players in their mid. Alex Goligoski. The rookie collected 12 points (5. The Wings will use him as a top-four defenseman. the young Swede could quickly move into the elite of NHL quarterbacks in a few years time. At this point in Goligoski's career. If he can stay healthy. To fantasy owners. an area that brought down his overall game. Goligoski looks to improve on defense. Tomas Kaberle. consider pursuing Duncan Teeth. and there appears to be some credence in that belief judging by his second half numbers. 37 A) in 76 games. VAN The 24-year-old Swede cemented himself as one of the Canucks‟ top-four defensemen last season. Green stands as a vital member of the team‟s power play. Despite wearing blue and white. Enstrom took things to a new level last season by cracking the 50-point mark (44 assists). CHI If you need a high-scoring fantasy defenseman. Further. trailing only Anze Kopitar. Sergei Gonchar. The Canadian blueliner completed the 2009-10 regular season with an unprecedented 76 points in 75 games – totals that would be acceptable for a star skater. PIT Goligoski opened 2009-10 with a bang and finished with a flurry. Keith. as a sprained MCL suffered in mid-November kept him out longer than expected and ultimately limited him to 48 games. likely seeing over 20 minutes of ice time per game and action on the power play again in 2010-11. came back in 2009-10 after missing the previous season because of a knee injury. Ed Jovanovski.Drew Doughty. The potential is there. er. he'll return to mid-50s (or better) production. let alone a rearguard. Christian Ehrhoff. particularly on the power play. He returns to the city where he sipped from Lord Stanley and discovered the true power of his slap shot. That said. and Kubina will benefit significantly from the increase in the team's firepower up front. the blueliner could put up numbers in the 30point range.000 27 . He's already among the elite defensemen in the league and will turn 21 in December. a Christian Ehrhoff type. but could also see time on the first unit if Gonchar is injured at any point during the year. He played in 71 games and finished with 42 points . while acting as a staple on the team's blue line. And that will continue if he's still a Leaf come training camp -. Keep an eye on his health during training camp leading up to your draft.

he's paired up with Nicklas Lidstrom. DAL Robidas enters the season as Dallas' No.meaning his stats shouldn't fade as he inches closer to age 40. COL Liles spent much of last year in coach Joe Sacco's doghouse. If the second half of the season is any indication. Sooner than later. He generated eight goals and 35 helpers from the blue line. and makes for a decent second tier fantasy blueliner as a result. but away from the IR. it's beginning to look like Lidstrom will be one of those players who can walk away from the game before it passes him by. he's still one of the five-best defensemen in the game. a 50-point season could be in store for the defenseman. John-Michael Liles. BUF All Myers did in his rookie season was lead all rookie defensemen in points (48). In the end. This year will be better. among his 41 points (10G. 31A) on the season. especially with the man advantage. and young guns like Kevin Shattenkirk and Cameron Gaunce waiting in the wings. PHI Pronger.500 for the first time since the 2003-04 season. DET Another number of the Red Wings' 35-and-over club. powerplay defensemen this season along with Kyle Quincey. young prospects like McBain could be in store for a great deal of ice time this season . Don't be surprised if he makes another run into the 50-point range thanks to improved power-play numbers. you could be watching McBain. Liles' name was frequently the subject of trade rumors. He'll continue with the same role going forward. Kyle Quincey. He has quick and explosive feet. Liles will be under pressure to raise his level of play. More often than not. McBain is a nice sleeper pick in keeper leagues. The trouble is. but wait until the later rounds of your fantasy drafts before taking a chance on him. While their might be younger. 27 A) over the final 42 contests.especially now that veterans Rod Brind'Amour (retired) and Ray Whitney (signed with Phoenix) are out of the picture. Joni Pitkanen. his lowest total since 2003-04 with the Devils. In all. a powerful slapper and a propensity for penalty minutes. with nine points in his first 10 games but tailed off considerably the rest of the way. 16) on the power play in his last full season and 30 special teams points seems doable with the Pens. if your league has the extra spots to store a big scorer from the blue line when he's in there. He averaged a little over 30 points per game the previous five seasons. chipping in just 17 points (1 G. $25 million free agent contract. Add all that to his plus-13 and it makes him a top-10 fantasy defenseman. but he rolled over the 1. especially with Joe Corvo. Markov will likely miss all of October and the first couple of weeks in November because of the injury. Rafalski was also impacted by the lack of secondary scoring on the roster and saw his points total dip to 42. Liles wound up posting a disappointing 31 points on the season. He also saw less time on the power play as the year wore on. and anything less than 40 points from Martin would be considered a disappointment. Quincey has all the tools to be a top-producing NHL defenseman but he has trouble putting it all together on a nightly basis. He'd make a great reserve. TOR Phaneuf got his get-out-of-jail-free card after 55 games in 2009-10 and he blossomed as a real leader in blue and white. He has shown steady output and his numbers were up slightly with four goals and 26 assists compared to the 2008-09 season. Play Free Fantasy Hockey for a chance at $5. and his 55 points last year suggest that he's not slowing down quite yet. just continues to be a productive NHLer and fantasy option. For fantasy owners. He hasn't recorded fewer than 40 points in a full season since the 1997-98 campaign. With the departures of Toni Lydman and Henrik Tallinder from Buffalo's blue line. but the Avs could not find any takers for his hefty contract of $4 million a season. This resulted in coach Joe Sacco reducing his ice time from roughly 26-27 minutes a game in October-November to 20-21 minutes in March-April. however.there were just five players who tallied at least 50 points AND 100 PIMs in 2009-10. Andrei Markov. He still possesses some upside. thanks in large part to a consistently good plus/minus rating and big minutes on a potent power-play unit. Jamie McBain. He's managed double-digit goals and 30-plus assists in each of the past six seasons. Seabrook is part of one of the best defensive quartets in the league along with Duncan Keith. Lidstrom fell just short of his 15th career 50-point campaign last season. Liles should remain one of the Avs' two primary puck-moving. Rafalski averaged just less than 30 points with the man advantage during his first two seasons in Hockeytown. CAR The Hurricanes are in rebuilding mode after the team finished below . Like Lidstrom. He may never be a Norris runner-up again but he will be a 45-50-point defender who also delivers 100 PIMs. Brian Rafalski. Pronger underwent knee surgery in late July. and his scoring totals. COL Offensively. His ability to make plays from the back end makes him a valuable commodity. but it isn't thought to be serious enough to impede him heading into camp. Brian Campbell and Niklas Hjalmarsson.1 defenseman. and following a sub-par first three months of the season was frequently a healthy scratch. much better. there's few that can provide the type of consistency he's brought throughout his entire career. He started off very quietly. 16 A) in the team's first 40 games before heating up with 35 points (8 G. and assists (37) on his way to the Calder Trophy as the league's best rookie. ranking 17th among blueliners in points. Stephane Robidas. Bryan McCabe. A broken forearm limited Martin to 22 games and 11 points in 2009-10. Until that happens. CAR Pitkanen will be counted on for plenty of offensive blitzes on a blue line that is sorely in need of scoring help. Brent Seabrook. His plus/minus for the 2009-10 was slightly down. goals (11). posting just 29 points in 79 games. however. there's still plenty left in the tank for the Swede to remain an elite blueliner even at age 40. a former Wisconsin Badger. DET An ageless wonder on the Wings' blue line. At this point. his offensive production didn't seem to come with him. CHI Tyler Myers.Nicklas Lidstrom. Robidas enjoyed a nice season as a point man on the man advantage alongside Brad Richards. Martin totaled 18 points (2.play assists. it was a disappointing season for Markov who could not stay consistently healthy and could not repeat the career year he had the previous season. Much. Chris Pronger. He started the season like gangbusters. so his services were ultimately retained. racking up seven power-play goals and 12 power. but still good at plus-20 (plus-23 in 2008-09). By mid-season. Draft accordingly. Quincey took a step backward last season. Myers will get even more time on the ice. He scored six goals and added 28 assists for 34 points in only 45 games. MON Markov dealt with leg and knee issues for most of the entire season last year and still performed very well when he played. PIT The Penguins are going to give Martin every chance to fulfill his promise as a potential star two-way defenseman after giving him a five-year. Rafalski was more productive at the offensive end down the stretch in March and April (4 G. Consider him for your fantasy team as a solid. which helps illustrate the problems Dallas has had on the blue line the past few seasons. Additionally. 9 A in 21 games) after Johan Franzen was back in the lineup. grabbing power-play time for the 'Canes along with fellow uber prospects Zach Boychuk and Brandon Sutter. Philly has enough talent on the ice that finding space and goal scorers shouldn't be a problem this season for Pronger . Barring rapid improvement from May knee surgery that gets him back ahead of schedule.000 28 . with the continued emergence of Kyle Cumiskey. Looking ahead. compared to 38 points in 72 games the year before. Consequently. We're chalking his 31-point pace in his new uniform up to a hangover from a poor start. who will turn 36 in October. higher-upside options on the blue line than Pronger. which tends to be a mutually beneficial arrangement for both players' all-around production. Dion Phaneuf. including a mere six goals. his fellow rearguard. However. That makes him part of an incredibly elite group -. FLA McCabe's second season playing for the Panthers was quite a success.000-point mark on his career odometer. The departure of Sergei Gonchar opens the door for Martin to become a power-play quarterback for a Pittsburgh team that features offensive weapons few teams can match. back in Raleigh. Paul Martin. yet unspectacular rearguard. Health can sometimes be an issue for Pitkanen.

It will be interesting to see how he fares in his new stomping grounds. Weber could grill up some fantasy-friendly stats. His last three years with the Kings' organization. and helped the Avs take the Sharks to Game 6 of their firstround playoff matchup. Play Free Fantasy Hockey for a chance at $5. Ryan Suter. but his stats may suffer again as Richards focuses his energy on offense. putting him fifth among team defensemen with that statistic.K. ANA With the depletion of the Ducks' blue line. but he was still a serviceable fantasy option as a key member of the Predators' blue line. However. D-Wide caught fire by posting 12 points (1 G. Unfortunately. Jonathan Quick had a fine regular season and while the Kings view Bernier as their goalie of the future. Ryan Whitney. NJ Entering the final two years of his contract. The Isles use him in all situations and he would be a help to any fantasy team. Backlund. with a 38-25-7 record. perhaps. his production dropped and after then being shipped to the Ducks last season. Suter's numbers dipped a bit last season. MIN Backstrom's stats took a hit with the move away from defensive-minded head coach Jacques Lemaire to Todd Richards' more open attack. Visnovsky's value on the team greatly improved. . only nine goals in his last 129 games makes him a risky pick in fantasy. there's speculation that the Flyers will give a real shot to a few youngsters in the AHL. he could not improve on his numbers. COL Last season. Bernier could find himself as a backup.000 29 . Niklas Backstrom. there's little reason to believe that Brodeur will not be one of the league's top netminders. and had a mind-boggling plus-46 rating in 77 games. For 2010-11 expect much of the same from Yandle because even though he had a careertype year in 2009-10.30 GAA in three starts for the Kings filling in for the injured Erik Ersberg in March. Considering that the Wild fell to 21st in goals allowed from second in 2008-09. Jonathan Bernier. with his shots on goal in the low-to-mid 200's – fairly high totals for a rear guard. The Ducks are looking at him to continue his offensive mindset and he is certainly capable of doing so. Consider drafting Timonen just after the elite blueliners are off the board. it wasn't for a lack of trying as he attempted 53 shots in 16 games. The question remains as to how many points he'll be able to provide. He wobbled from time to time in the coming months. Anderson had just posted a 15-7-5 record and . This season. Anderson has more than enough talent to produce the kind of numbers he did last year. NSH Compared to 2008-09. he's a great playmaker on the power play. He could move up to the 50-point level if the Wild move to a more open attack and with Cam Barker helping improve the scoring touch of the defensive corps. added 35 assists. EDM Whitney keeps getting shipped around the NHL as Edmonton is his third stop in the past three seasons. The Oilers obtained Whitney at the trade deadline last season in a deal involving Lubomir Visnovsky and they are relying on him to regain his touch as he will anchor their defensive corps. PHI The Flyers clearly weren't all-in with Boucher as the playoffs progressed and he'll likely enter the season as the bacukup to Michael Leighton. but year-to year. namely Johan Backlund. PHO Something clicked in Yandle during 2009-10. Keith Yandle. but those were quickly dispelled as Anderson started 14 straight games for the Avs in October. with 19 assists on the man advantage last season. He made up for just three power-play goals with 20 power-play assists. so even if he does somehow win the job. Weber inherited the role of team captain in the offseason despite 2010-11 being the final year of his contract. Only once in five seasons has Weber been on the wrong side of the plus/minus rating (-6 in '07'08). possibly due to overuse by coach Joe Sacco. There's a few more Flyers prospects working their way through the system. with the Bruins. Subban. Marek Zidlicky. the starter at the AHL or even the starter for the Kings as training camp opens. He has rewarded the Isles' faith in him by stabilizing a defensive corps that was in disarray. MIN While Zidlicky's goal scoring was down last season. he put up some solid numbers for a blue-liner averaging 55 points within that span. 2. 2. 6. Last postseason. 1 netminder. Points from a defenseman is a bonus and Visnovsky seems primed for a solid season in 2010-11. The 33-year old Boucher didn't rank within shouting distance of the top of the league in any meaningful goaltending category. He once seemed destined to be an offensive force on the blue line for the Penguins before foot surgery seemed to take away that burst he once had. Brian Boucher. it remains unclear how soon they want to hand over the reigns in a season where they fully expect to contend in the Western Conference. after being traded to the Oilers. his numbers consistently fall near the 35point range. he can improve and get even better. he's stayed healthy for most of his 11-year career. We're expecting roughly 40-50 points this season from No. He's coming off an AHL season where he registered 18 goals. FLA Wideman was shipped to Florida via a trade from Boston early in the offseason. Visnovsky is an offense-minded defenseman that has the ability to score points. and has averaged better than 22 minutes of ice time over the past five years. Shea Weber. In two seasons with the Islanders he has scored 27 goals and added 78 assists. PHI Timonen is a steadfast rearguard for the Flyers who will add his fare share of points to the credit of your fantasy squad. Futher. he believed that he was a NHL defenseman and that he belonged in the league. P. even though the Panthers won't bring the same level of talent that he saw from his former team in Boston. NYI Streit has been nothing short of fantastic since signing with the Islanders in 2008. You might not think of him as a consistent player from week-to-week. but Anderson nevertheless finished the season in fine form. Plus. 11 A) in 13 games. He also showcased his playmaking talents by representing Team USA in the 2010 Vancouver Olympics.917 SV%. He's got plenty of talent but may not have an opportunity to shine unless Quick stumbles. posting a 10-2-2 record. but we expect big things from Wideman. Anderson went from unproven NHL starter to franchise savior in a very short period of time.Mark Streit. but the battle for ice time will likely be between Boucher. he should get heavy ice time and enough power-play opportunities to maintain his status as a fantasy friendly blueliner. He'll get the majority of starts ahead of backup Josh Harding. Leighton and. Dennis Wideman. He recently was the recipient of the AHL's President's Award following last season. who inked a two-year deal with the Flyers this offseason. The brilliantly talented defenseman was a first-team AHL All-Star and was elected to the league's AllRookie team. Goalies Craig Anderson. it's amazing Backstrom's stats didn't suffer more.936 save percentage and 9 shutouts) and opened some eyes by going 3-0 with a 1. a possible indication that he'll re-up with the team after this next season. Provided the guys in front of him do their share by scoring goals and playing solid defense.03 GAA. LA Bernier was brilliant in his second full season in the AHL (30-21-6. One of the safest picks on the board. Expectations were pretty low for the team at the start of 2009-10. MON Subban is looking to continue where he left off last year in the playoffs where he scored eight points in 14 playoff games. Anderson will return as the Avs' main man between the pipes. Though. and a plus-16 rating. Still.64 GAA and . Martin Brodeur. NSH With Jason Arnott off to New Jersey. The Habs might have struck gold if Subban can reproduce those numbers this year up with the big boys. Assuming he stays healthy. he turned in his typical season with lots of production on the power play. Brodeur's essentially a given for 40 wins and playing in 75 games along with a goals-against average and save percentage that should be among the league leaders. As an added bonus. he's not going to provide fantasy owners much. Kimmo Timonen.924 save percentage in a backup role with the Florida Panthers in 2008-09 when the Avs signed him to replace Peter Budaj as their No. Lubomir Visnovsky. That belief turned into a stellar performance for the young blue-liner placing fourth among the team leaders in points scored with 41 (12G 29A).

CHI The departure of Antti Niemi should pave the way for Crawford to get more starts in the NHL. his best numbers in both categories since 2005-06. and perhaps more frustration from a lack of scoring support from his skaters. because he'd slowly made his way through the organization and had to clear waivers in order to be sent back to the AHL.4 shots a night during 2009-10. But barring a complete Monster meltdown. but was his level of play in the playoffs what we can expect night-in and night-out. but the Pittsburgh netminder might be undervalued in fantasy circles heading into 2010-11. the team announced the deal to bring Halak to St. At 26. The combination of 60-plus starts and having a good squad in front of him should make him a fringe top-five netminder on most draft boards. . But watch for fragility -. He sported a 24-16-2 record and a . platoons behind a sketchy defense corps are even worse. Elliott makes a good No. The potential is certainly there for him to put up All-Star numbers and to give his team a chance to win every night. Leclaire's injury history suggests that Elliott might reclaim the No. posting a 37-15-10 record with a 2. it‟s easy to forget that Fleury is still just 24 years of age. OTT Elliott had an up-and-down season in 2009-10. Thomas Greiss. he recorded save percentages of . Giguere will also benefit from the presence of Allaire and will not go quietly into the night. Louis.that Montreal was making Halak available.920 save percentage and a 2. Dan Ellis. but nothing more. posting a 2.924 save percentage and three shutouts in 61 regular season starts.65 GAA ranked 22nd among qualified goaltenders while a . but his peripheral numbers were nothing special. giving Howard an opportunity to earn more playing time in the first half of the season and he quickly earned the confidence of head coach Mike Babcock. Greiss would become worthy of starts in most fantasy leagues in the event that Niitymaki struggles. He's best drafted as a handcuff for the Monster or as a spot starter in daily leagues. He showed flashes of brilliance at points in 2009-10 but struggled with injuries. Look for more of the same from Kippy . He was pulled in Game 4 of Ottawa's first-round playoff series against the Penguins and never saw the ice again. he had a . CGY Kiprusoff endured an incredibly frustrating season. In addition. He's still young and has a lot to learn at the NHL level. Heading into his seventh season. The rookie netminder narrowly missed out on Calder Trophy honors.much to their surprise -. Fleury was hung out to dry more than wet laundry last year. the German puck-stopper was between the pipes for 16 games.68 goals-against average and a 7-4-1 record. He‟s had issues staying healthy the last several campaigns. so he will need to do the heavy lifting to get his team back into contention. Jonas Gustavsson. Giggy will start fewer than 35 games. At this stage in his career.26 goals-against average and . SJ Greiss served as the backup to Evgeni Nabokov in the 2009-10 regular season.J. The Oilers are in a rebuilding mode either way and you're better off finding a solution to your goaltending needs elsewhere. but a fine or suspension may not be out of the question. excellent percentages. Jimmy Howard. PHO Bryzgalov became one of the elite goaltenders in 2009-10 because without him. Fleury brought on many of his own problems. He has certainly earned that spot. Osgood struggled in October. Jeff Deslauriers.Ilya Bryzgalov. Marc-Andre Fleury. STL The Blues were preparing to re-sign Chris Mason as their No.905 save percentage put him 32nd among goalies. TOR Giguere has something to prove but unfortunately.70-plus games. earning just 35 wins despite posting a .927. In doing so.000 30 . For 201011. And so will another inevitable injury to Jonas Gustavsson. He'll have a solid. Platoons are a fantasy owner's curse. 1 net-minder. All you have to know about how the Oilers feel about Deslauriers is that they re-signed him to a one-year deal this offseason while fellow backup Devan Dubnyk got a twoyear deal. Jean-Sebastien Giguere. finishing 16-15 with one shutout. Yes. Even playing second fiddle to newcomer Marty Turco. but he's not likely to hog as many starts from Greiss as Nabokov did. He remains a workhorse. After putting off Mason's agent for a few days. The Ducks will need that type of performance this year as there are question marks within the team defense that required him to face 33. He looked slow and completely out of his element in the four games he played. He's a Leaf.29 GAA. ANA There is no longer any doubt in Anaheim as Hiller will be the number one goaltender. EDM Deslauriers was once thought to be the heir apparent for the Oilers' goaltending job. 1 goalie when they were informed -. the Sharks did pick up netminder Antero Niittymaki in the offseason to add stability in goal. Howard is young enough to handle a very heavy workload and he showed no signs of wearing down when Babcock leaned on him for more than 20 starts in a row during the team's playoff push in March and April (16-2-1). and . 3 goalie on a fantasy squad. Fantasy owners that find Fleury falling their way would be wise to consider him as a buy-low value.920 save percentage and a 2. He's big with a strong butterfly and has quieted his game under the tutelage of twine-tending guru Francois Allaire. During the last three seasons. Be cautious on draft day. Brian Elliott. adding a talented but untested backup who will almost certainly stick with the team due to his contract situation. but an uneven performance last season after taking over for the injured Nikolai Khabibulin has put that situation in doubt. Crawford is someone to keep an eye on as an emerging goalie waiting in the wings. or gets injured. opening the door for Greiss to step into a larger role. the Russian netminder posted a 42-20-6 record and was second in the league in shutouts with 8 behind Martin Brodeur. he will have to post the same kind of numbers if he wants to make a return trip to the playoffs.919. Elliott will need to have a tremendous training camp and preseason if he hopes to regain the No. which is what he has going for him right now. Play Free Fantasy Hockey for a chance at $5. Just don't overrate him. In doing so.918. TOR Gustavsson should be the Buds' starter this season.909 save percentage while playing for the AHL's Rockford Ice Hogs in the 2009-10 season and appears ready to stop pucks on the big stage. starting 60-65 games a year. TB Sure. Based on what we've seen from Bryzgalov to this point. Miikka Kiprusoff. which ended on a low note. group of defenders in front of him and the offense won't win him many games when he's not at his best. Fleury's 2. The Blues are gambling he can repeat that caliber of play we saw in the postseason. after all. 1 spot by default. Last season. The Flames traded for Henrik Karlsson from the Sharks in July. so are 30 wins. and eventually committed four years to its new No. a 2. That being said. the Coyotes would have never made it to the first round of the playoffs. That case is still pending and threatening to interrupt training and/or the regular season. Corey Crawford. EDM Khabibulin's first season in Edmonton was nothing short of a disaster as he only made it through 18 games before a back injury ended his season. Nikolai Khabibulin. the Bolts "say" Mike Smith will be their starter this year. The presence of his mentor and coach Francois Allaire will help. PIT No player on the Penguins figures to benefit more than Fleury does following the free agent signings of defensemen Zbynek Michalek and Paul Martin. But we think Ellis will rediscover his mojo in Tampa Bay and push Smith into a timeshare. The Coyotes were able to play solid defense in front of Byrzgalov as he faced less than 30 shots per night. The Oilers are unlikely to try and void his contract even if Khabibulin is found guilty.901 save percentage. keeping that high level of performance is just another day at the office for him. He won 37 games – eighth best in the NHL. then was arrested for drunk driving while in Arizona. 1 spot in Ottawa over Pascal Leclaire.31 GAA. Jonas Hiller. Jaroslav Halak. but young. Halak's impressive run in the 2009-10 playoffs was among the top post-season stories. either by hook (his own ability) or crook (the lack of a decent backup). But Nabokov is no longer in the NHL. DET Howard entered last season as the backup to Chris Osgood almost by default.S. his backup goaltender is not the same caliber as a Jean-Sebastian Giguere. Fifty starts are possible. 2 or No.84 GAA and a . Make no mistake. it'll be hard for him to do that as the back-up in Toronto. which isn't a good sign going into the 2010-11 season.

There's always the possibility that hotshot youngsters can regress. he was a legitimate candidate for the Hart Trophy as the most valuable player in the NHL. but he also started 72 games between the pipes.67 goals per game. This offseason the Rangers brought in veteran Martin Biron. 1 goalie again. Undoubtedly.8 million per season.895 save percentage.youngsters Marc Staal. The Thrashers signed the veteran goaltender to a two-year deal in the offseason.59 GAA from last season. taking 10 losses in either overtime or a shootout. However.929) and goals-against average (2. Should Leclaire stay healthy for a full season. DAL Dallas turned over the goaltending duties to Lehtonen following a late-season trade. the Sabres struggle to get into the playoffs. Statistically. the King has the chance to be an elite netminder. The Dallas defense remains a major weakness however. while also chipping in four shutouts. He also stumbled during the playoffs. The Canucks responded by retooling their blue line this offseason to offer Luongo more support. Tuukka Rask. they win the division. Antti Niemi. Pavelec is still very young for a goaltender and should come along nicely in the next few years. Kari Lehtonen. Niittymaki will find wins relatively easy to come by now that he's donning teal. Lundqvist was also a victim of a bit of bad luck. led his team to a Stanley Cup victory. he notched 35 wins. Leclaire has all the physical tools to be a No. 2 on anyone's fantasy squad. between the pipes. but be forewarned that any significant rough patch by Niittymaki could prompt the Sharks to send alternate goalie. A three-year contract and the departure of Marty Turco in the offseason further cemented him as Dallas' #1 biscuit kicker.Pascal Leclaire. backed up by Andrew Raycroft. ATL Sharing the goaltending duties with Johan Hedberg last season. His stellar showing in the postseason will maDe him an attractive option for the Sharks and fantasy leagues alike. and the Thrashers will need a similar performance in 2010 from him. and hit 25-30 wins again in 2010 depending on the impact Pavelec has on his playing time. Expect him to start 50-60 games for Atlanta. who desperately needed to clear cap space after an arbitrator awarded Niemi a $2. Chris Mason.913 save percentage and just four shutouts -. He stole the starting job away from Cristobal Huet. If he can hold onto the starting role there's no reason he can't repeat last year's success (39 wins. The only bright spot was when he was called on in relief of Brian Elliott in the waning moments of Game 4 of Ottawa's first round playoff series against the Penguins. To say this season is crucial for him would be a vast understatement. and while the efforts of the team in front of him didn't help matters Mason seemed to be fighting the puck more often than not. but most importantly for fantasy owners and Sabres fans.23 GAA and . second only to New Jersey‟s Martin Brodeur. OTT Leclaire's 2009-10 season was one he'd like to forget as he was hampered by two freak injuries and never got in any kind of groove. CLB After his historic rookie campaign Mason was expected to be Columbus' version of Ken Dryden or Patrick Roy. Miller had the most wins (41) and posted the highest save percentage (. While he is set to inherit a favorable role as a puckstopper for a very potent offense. Without Miller. BUF What more can be said about Miller than has already been said? He was the most valuable player for the United States in an epic run at the 2010 Winter Olympics. SJ By several accounts. VAN Despite being just one of five goalies in the NHL to win 40 or more games last season. In the process. This will enable Lundqvist to be at his best in every game he‟s called upon. Henrik Lundqvist. who spent a decade denying shots for the Cupshy Sharks.000 31 . Ryan Miller. presumably to help bring along youngster Ondrej Pavelec at a more cautious pace than they did with Kari Lehtonen in the past. NYR Lundqvist delivered yet another solid season for the Rangers last year. who is expected to get closer to 15-20 starts in goal. If he can do that on a consistent basis and avoid the injuries. Having said that. Pavelec has yet to prove that he can be a consistent starting goalie in the NHL.75 million contract for the 2010-11 season. Enjoy getting him a little bit cheaper than usual in drafts this year. Antero Niittymaki. as his back-to-back shutouts of the Sharks and Sabres in February demonstrated. but his sophomore regression now sees him trying to avoid becoming their Carey Price. there is a certain degree of pressure in succeeding Evgeni Nabokov. LA Quick posted a career best 39 wins last year in the regular season before a pair of clunkers against the Canucks in Round One of the playoffs ended his season on a down note. If the Rangers are able to score more goals and Lundqvist is able to put up his usual stellar GAA and save percentage. but if the roster stays as is. It‟s not out of the question for him to win 20 games if he can steal some starts from Chris Mason.38 GAA.54 GAA. With that said.77 GAA and . Luongo had a down year. it‟s not unreasonable for Mason to lower his 2. the Habs added Alex Auld and are rumored to be interested in recently released ex-Blackhawks goalie Antti Niemi. Leclaire stopped 56 of 59 shots to win the game. Mason will be counted on to take the lion‟s share of starts between the pipes for the Thrashers in 2010. Price should get the bulk of the chances behind goal for the Habs in 2010-11. 1.22) of his NHL career. but there have been more than enough one-hit wonder goalies in recent NHL history to sow some doubts in his ability to regain his form.931 save percentage. but Rask is one cool customer whose unflappable nature (to go along with his sound technique) figures to help him avoid such an occurrence. Plagued by a back injury in recent years. A regression could be expected as Miller will be 30 years old this season. He lost 13 wins and saw his GAA swoon by three-quarters of a goal. He ranked eighth in the NHL with a 2. Jonathan Quick. The recent signing and the rumors to Niemi could be a smoke-screen in the Price negotiations. MON Price was very inconsistent in 2009-10 and played in only 41 games. Given his track record. 4-3. 2. his history of injuries is troubling and he shouldn't be anything more than a No.his worst marks in each category since joining the Canucks. Jonathan Bernier is the team's goalie of the future but it's unclear just how soon he'll be handed the keys as Quick is signed for two more years at $1. Niittymaki's in an interesting situation as he prepares for his seventh NHL season. . we‟re betting on a bounce-back campaign from Luongo. going 6-6 with a 3. Ondrej Pavelec.907 save percentage) just be aware than an early season slump could have Bernier knocking on the door.912 save percentage. BOS Rask finished his stellar rookie season with a 22-12-5 record with a sparkling 1.97 GAA and . Another thing that should help Hank out is a more experienced defensive corps -. Bobby Lu posted a 2. Roberto Luongo. and with him. He finished the year 15-20-5 with a 2. He should enter the 2010-11 campaign as the Bruins' undisputed top goaltender (even if former Vezina winner Tim Thomas is not dealt) and figures to be among the top tier of goalies in our preseason fantasy rankings. The Kings expect to contend again this season so Quick should enter the season as the team's starting goalie. and eventually was released from the Blackhawks. Thomas Greiss. Pavelec should get 25-30 starts and lower his goals against average with an improved defense in front of him. Don't be surprised to see him start the year as Ottawa's No. but even a slight regression won't move Miller from being the top option at goaltender in almost all fantasy formats. Price is currently a restricted free agent and talks with the Habs are going very slowly. Play Free Fantasy Hockey for a chance at $5. and seventh with a . Dallas feels confident that the injury woes are behind him and a 55-60 start season awaits if Lehtonen holds up physically. upwards of 35 wins is not out of the question. King Henrik was again slowed down by the team in front of him – the Rangers ranked 16th in the league with just 2. ATL Coming off his first career 30-win season. Though he did at times show an ability to keep his team in games last year.57 goals-against average and . Carey Price. He still has the physical tools to dominate and is far from a lost cause. Pavelec posted 14 wins in 40 starts. SJ 2009-10 was a busy year for Niemi. Yes. In the tripleovertime thriller in Game 5 of the series. Dan Girardi and Michael Del Zotto should all improve defensively as they gain experience. Steve Mason. so be leery of solid GAA and win totals despite the increased workload.921 save percentage. With an improved defense. Mason played a key role in helping the Blues make a late-season push for a playoff spot last season.

with the former getting the bulk of the starts. respected. but he is probably a year or two away from entering „elite‟ status.000 32 . the Hawks could turn to the young and talented goalie. if more wins came his way. who is coming off offseason hip surgery. Don't be surprised if he's available at a discount on draft day thanks to the missed time last season. NYI At 41 years of age. Marty Turco. Before the season was even over. Roloson may once again be relied upon to start the majority of games for the Islanders. Varlamov registered a goals-against average (2. but if he struggles early on. In 2010-11. WAS In 15 games. Rinne eventually became the main man between the pipes for the Preds. BOS Thomas. Vokoun usually boasts a strong save percentage – . However.Pekka Rinne. but a best-case scenario has them fighting for a playoff spot in April. Expect the 'Warden' to return to form. provided he can put the injuries behind him. Semyon Varlamov. CAR Ward endured a tumultuous season in which he was victimized by the injury bug. Rising young star Tuukka Rask would have to regress in a big way (or suffer an injury) for the veteran Thomas. Play Free Fantasy Hockey for a chance at $5. Just how big of a majority will be determined by the health of Rick DiPietro and whether or not the Islanders decide to sign a third goaltender. to reclaim the B's starting goalkeeper gig. you can expect Vokoun to get the lion's share of the work since the Panthers lack a quality netminder behind him. CHI Turco heads to the Windy City. the Isles are improved.he projects as a talented. said he'll be ready for the start of training camp and as long as he remains with the Bruins -. and very well-paid backup. Despite the promising trend. and was a big reason why the team managed to grab the seventh playoff spot in the Western Conference. Dwayne Roloson.31 goals-against average. Varlamov and company were stunned in the first round of the postseason. Rinne is considered one of the better young goalies in the NHL right now. he would be among the league‟s elite. signing him to a new two-year. followed by reoccurring back issues later in the season. $6. NSH Rinne started out the season in a platoon situation with Dan Ellis for the job of #1 netminder in Nashville. FLA Being a puck-stopper for a losing team is the most significant reason to downgrade Vokoun in fantasy leagues. Suffice it to say. Expect higher than his career 2.923 over the past three seasons. though it could be a welcome change for Turco and his fantasy owners alike.909) that trumped Jose Theodore‟s output in the same two categories during the 2009-10 regular season. Either way. yet more wins than the 22 he earned with Dallas last year. However. the cut leg was a freak injury and Ward did not need back surgery. He sustained a nasty laceration to his left leg that forced him out of action for just over a month.and it would be tough to trade him given his lucrative deal -. On a positive note.8 million contract in February and allowing Ellis to sign with Tampa Bay in the offseason. Yes. presumably to serve as the team's primary netminder.60) and save percentage (. Tomas Vokoun. Corey Crawford. It might look weird to see Turco no longer donning the Dallas Star. And even that may be optimistic. he should be involved in a two-way timeshare – which also includes youngster Michal Neuvirth . so we'll write off his 2009-10 season (and the dismal 18-23-5 record) as an aberration. thanks to a solid run in March that saw him win six consecutive games. Cam Ward. Further. Tim Thomas. Don‟t overpay to get him on draft day. the Preds all but anointed Rinne their #1 starter going forward. for some pipe work. Roloson should be nothing more than a reserve. who won the Vezina Trophy in 2008-09. The move should provide Turco with plenty of wins.

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Player Glen Metropolit Cory Stillman Frans Nielsen Gilbert Brule David Legwand Bryan Little Vernon Fiddler Tyler Kennedy Peter Regin Mikhail Grabovski Marc Savard Ryan Potulny Derick Brassard Chris Drury Marcel Goc Evander Kane Valtteri Filppula Brad Richardson Kyle Brodziak Mike Rupp Chris Kelly Dominic Moore Mike Modano Shawn Horcoff Patrik Berglund Artem Anisimov Chad LaRose Andrew Cogliano Darren Helm Ryan O'Reilly Kyle Wellwood Patrick O'Sullivan Paul Gaustad Jay McClement Erik Christensen Dainius Zubrus Dustin Boyd Robert Lang Brandon Prust Rob Niedermayer Jim Slater John Madden Mike Comrie Colin Fraser Rob Schremp Kris Draper Scott Nichol Todd White Zenon Konopka Chris Thorburn Darroll Powe Matt Hendricks John Mitchell Tyler Bozak Tanner Glass Blair Betts Toby Petersen Todd Marchant Adam Mair Daniel Winnik Gregory Campbell Dave Bolland Jeff Halpern Rick Rypien Marty Reasoner Jerred Smithson Tom Wandell Brian Sutherby GP 69 58 76 65 82 79 76 64 75 59 41 64 79 77 73 66 55 81 82 81 81 69 59 77 71 82 56 82 75 81 75 73 65 82 58 51 78 64 69 71 61 79 43 70 44 81 79 65 74 76 63 56 60 37 67 63 78 78 69 74 60 39 71 69 80 69 50 46 G A PTS +/PPG 16 13 29 -1 10 15 22 37 -3 3 12 26 38 4 0 17 20 37 -8 2 11 27 38 -5 0 13 21 34 -6 3 8 22 30 13 0 13 12 25 10 1 13 16 29 10 1 10 25 35 3 2 10 23 33 2 6 15 17 32 -21 7 9 27 36 -17 4 14 18 32 -10 2 12 18 30 10 0 14 12 26 2 0 11 24 35 -4 1 11 16 27 1 0 9 23 32 -3 0 13 6 19 5 0 15 17 32 -7 0 10 18 28 -3 2 14 16 30 -6 3 13 23 36 -29 4 13 13 26 -5 6 12 16 28 -2 1 11 17 28 -2 0 10 18 28 -5 1 11 13 24 -1 0 8 18 26 4 0 14 11 25 5 3 11 23 34 -35 3 12 10 22 -7 3 11 18 29 0 0 8 18 26 11 1 10 17 27 3 1 11 13 24 6 0 9 20 29 -4 3 5 9 14 9 0 10 12 22 4 0 11 7 18 1 1 10 13 23 -2 0 13 8 21 -9 5 7 12 19 6 0 7 18 25 -4 5 7 15 22 -1 1 4 15 19 -1 0 7 19 26 -11 2 2 3 5 -11 0 4 9 13 6 0 9 6 15 0 0 9 7 16 0 0 6 17 23 -7 1 8 19 27 -5 2 4 7 11 5 0 8 10 18 7 1 9 6 15 3 0 9 13 22 -16 0 6 8 14 -2 0 4 15 19 1 0 2 15 17 -5 0 6 10 16 4 1 9 10 19 -14 2 4 4 8 -3 0 4 13 17 -3 0 9 4 13 -4 0 5 10 15 2 0 5 4 9 8 0 Play Free Fantasy Hockey for a chance at $5.000 SHG 0 0 1 0 1 0 3 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 3 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 PIM 24 22 6 38 24 20 46 31 20 10 14 28 48 31 14 62 24 37 22 120 38 43 22 51 16 32 24 31 18 18 12 32 82 22 26 28 19 28 163 45 60 12 30 44 8 28 72 24 265 89 54 74 31 6 115 14 6 32 73 12 53 28 39 126 24 54 14 66 34 FPTS 122 122 121 120 119 119 119 117 115 115 111 110 109 109 109 109 108 105 103 103 103 103 102 101 101 100 99 98 98 97 97 97 97 96 96 93 92 92 91 88 86 82 82 80 79 78 78 76 75 73 73 73 72 72 70 70 66 64 63 62 61 61 60 60 58 57 57 57 .

Player Maxim Lapierre Ryan Shannon Samuel Pahlsson Andrew Ebbett Shawn Matthias Colin Wilson Rod Brind'Amour Marc Pouliot Kamil Kreps Torrey Mitchell Jesse Winchester Doug Weight Kyle Chipchura Petteri Nokelainen Craig Conroy Aaron Voros Rod Pelley Jamie Lundmark Logan Couture Nate Thompson Vladimir Sobotka Ryan Carter Brian Boyle Wayne Primeau Mikael Backlund Mathieu Perreault Rickard Wallin Cal O'Reilly Ryan Stone Stephane Yelle Andrew Murray Zach Boychuk Christian Hanson Tyler Ennis Paul Szczechura P. Parenteau Benn Ferriero Dave Scatchard Maxime Talbot Oscar Moller Nathan Gerbe James Sheppard Tom Pyatt Jiri Tlusty Zack Smith Nick Spaling Derek MacKenzie Alexandre Giroux Ryan Johnson James Wright Lars Eller Drayson Bowman Brad Marchand Kevin Porter Ryan Stoa Tim Stapleton Mike Santorelli T.000 SHG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 PIM 61 20 32 8 10 7 36 21 18 27 22 8 72 27 25 89 40 20 6 56 30 31 47 35 6 6 20 4 48 32 6 2 16 6 18 4 8 17 30 4 4 38 10 6 14 0 0 4 12 18 4 4 20 0 0 2 8 0 5 0 0 2 2 0 4 0 7 2 35 FPTS 56 53 52 51 51 51 50 50 49 48 48 48 47 46 43 43 42 39 38 37 37 37 36 36 36 34 32 32 31 30 29 29 28 28 27 27 26 25 24 23 23 22 19 17 16 14 14 14 13 12 12 11 10 10 10 10 9 9 8 7 7 7 6 5 5 5 4 4 .J.A. Hensick Jake Dowell Keith Aucoin Justin Mercier Tomas Kana Warren Peters Yan Stastny Kris Newbury Kyle Wilson Trent Whitfield Philippe Dupuis GP 76 66 79 61 55 35 80 35 76 56 52 36 74 67 63 41 63 36 25 71 61 38 71 59 23 21 60 31 27 70 46 31 31 10 52 22 24 16 45 34 10 64 40 20 15 28 18 9 58 48 7 9 20 20 12 6 25 7 3 9 9 6 11 4 4 2 16 4 G A PTS +/PPG 7 7 14 -14 0 5 11 16 -12 1 3 13 16 -9 0 9 6 15 -8 2 7 9 16 -3 0 8 7 15 -2 1 9 10 19 -29 2 7 7 14 -4 1 5 9 14 -7 1 2 9 11 6 0 2 11 13 -1 0 1 16 17 -1 0 6 6 12 -12 0 5 8 13 -9 0 3 12 15 -6 0 3 4 7 -2 1 2 8 10 -4 0 5 7 12 -7 1 5 4 9 4 1 2 8 10 -17 0 4 6 10 -7 0 4 5 9 0 0 4 2 6 -6 0 3 5 8 -1 0 1 9 10 5 0 4 5 9 4 1 2 7 9 -7 0 2 9 11 1 1 0 6 6 2 0 4 4 8 -6 0 5 2 7 -6 0 3 6 9 1 0 2 5 7 -2 0 3 6 9 1 0 5 2 7 -15 1 3 5 8 -2 1 2 3 5 4 0 3 2 5 3 0 2 5 7 -9 0 4 3 7 -6 1 2 3 5 1 2 2 4 6 -14 0 2 3 5 -5 0 1 5 6 0 0 2 1 3 2 0 0 3 3 3 0 1 3 4 3 0 1 2 3 3 0 1 4 5 -4 0 2 3 5 -9 0 2 0 2 2 1 2 0 2 -1 1 0 1 1 -3 0 2 1 3 -3 0 2 1 3 -3 0 2 0 2 1 1 2 1 3 -8 0 1 2 3 0 0 1 1 2 1 0 1 3 4 -2 0 1 1 2 1 0 0 2 2 2 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 2 2 1 0 0 1 1 -2 0 0 1 1 1 0 Play Free Fantasy Hockey for a chance at $5.

000 36 .Player Ryan White Alexandre Bolduc Cody Almond Joel Perrault Zach Hamill Blair Jones Brett Sutter Dwight Helminen Ryan Craig Ryan O'Marra Corey Elkins Tim Sestito MacGregor Sharp David Desharnais Mattias Ritola Corey Locke Trevor Frischmon Marc-Andre Cliche Ben Maxwell Nathan Smith Derek Armstrong Chris Minard Josh Hennessy Andy Hilbert Jason Jaffray Jared Ross Brock Trotter Chad Kolarik Aaron Gagnon Michael Haley Petr Kalus Ben Walter Tim Brent Andre Deveaux Greg Mauldin Dustin Jeffrey Andrei Loktionov Perttu Lindgren Steven Zalewski Mario Bliznak Danny Irmen Nazem Kadri Brayden Schenn Trevor Lewis Martin St. Pierre GP 16 15 7 2 1 14 10 4 3 3 3 9 8 6 5 3 3 1 13 9 6 5 4 4 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 2 2 1 1 5 3 G 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 A 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 PTS 2 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 +/-6 -3 -3 -1 1 -5 -1 -1 0 0 -2 -2 0 -1 0 1 0 1 -2 -4 -2 -3 -1 -2 -1 -1 -1 -1 0 -3 0 0 0 -1 -1 0 0 0 -2 -2 -1 -1 -1 -3 -2 PPG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SHG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 PIM 16 13 9 0 0 10 5 0 5 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 4 0 6 12 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 9 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 FPTS 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -1 -1 -1 -1 -1 -2 -2 Play Free Fantasy Hockey for a chance at $5.

Louis Corey Perry Bobby Ryan Jarome Iginla Patric Hornqvist Dustin Penner Jason Pominville Rene Bourque Chris Stewart Mikael Samuelsson Daniel Alfredsson Jamie Langenbrunner Steve Downie Mike Knuble Phil Kessel Ryane Clowe Dustin Brown Marian Hossa Shane Doan Brian Gionta Teemu Selanne Lee Stempniak Nathan Horton Radim Vrbata Maxim Afinogenov Bill Guerin David Backes Alexander Frolov Wayne Simmonds Todd Bertuzzi Martin Erat Michael Frolik Kyle Okposo Niklas Hagman Milan Hejduk Troy Brouwer Niclas Bergfors Mark Recchi Brian Rolston Alexei Kovalev Antti Miettinen Eric Fehr Martin Havlat Dustin Byfuglien Jakub Voracek Guillaume Latendresse Claude Giroux Brad Boyes J. Dumont Michael Ryder Devin Setoguchi Drew Stafford Pascal Dupuis Milan Michalek Scottie Upshall Peter Mueller Blake Comeau Owen Nolan Daniel Cleary Chris Neil Colby Armstrong Joel Ward Jarkko Ruutu GP 82 76 82 82 82 81 82 80 82 82 73 77 74 70 81 79 69 70 82 82 57 82 61 54 80 65 82 82 78 79 81 78 82 74 82 80 82 56 78 81 81 80 77 79 69 73 82 81 78 82 82 74 82 70 71 81 66 49 69 61 73 64 68 79 71 82 G 39 42 30 29 27 35 32 30 32 24 27 28 30 20 19 22 29 30 19 24 24 18 28 27 28 20 24 24 21 17 19 16 18 21 21 19 25 23 22 21 18 20 18 20 21 18 17 16 27 16 14 17 18 20 14 18 22 18 13 17 16 15 10 15 13 12 A 43 44 58 65 49 29 37 21 31 38 31 36 24 51 42 24 24 25 38 32 27 37 18 21 20 37 19 37 24 31 32 24 26 28 22 33 19 21 18 23 25 17 31 22 18 36 17 34 13 31 28 28 15 16 20 20 12 14 24 18 17 19 12 14 21 14 PTS 82 86 88 94 76 64 69 51 63 62 58 64 54 71 61 46 53 55 57 56 51 55 46 48 48 57 43 61 45 48 51 40 44 49 43 52 44 44 40 44 43 37 49 42 39 54 34 50 40 47 42 45 33 36 34 38 34 32 37 35 33 34 22 29 34 26 +/14 15 16 -8 0 9 -2 18 6 13 7 5 10 8 6 14 23 -8 0 -6 24 3 3 3 0 -1 6 -17 -9 -4 -1 22 -7 -7 -4 -22 -4 6 9 -10 4 3 -8 -2 18 -19 -7 -7 -3 -9 0 8 3 0 4 5 -12 5 -1 -2 -12 -3 -1 6 -5 -2 PPG 18 14 9 7 6 11 10 10 9 8 6 3 7 4 6 7 6 8 2 7 2 5 10 14 9 7 7 6 11 5 5 0 4 5 5 4 4 8 7 9 8 7 4 5 3 4 6 4 7 8 3 3 7 8 5 0 8 2 4 0 4 2 1 0 3 0 SHG 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 PIM 54 37 20 12 101 81 58 40 38 22 88 73 64 22 44 208 59 21 131 41 18 41 26 16 26 42 24 46 75 106 26 116 80 50 43 34 25 10 66 10 34 22 54 44 24 34 94 26 16 23 26 20 35 19 35 16 18 50 16 40 40 29 175 61 18 121 37 FPTS 323 321 297 275 271 265 253 235 232 232 231 229 221 218 217 217 214 212 207 203 203 198 196 192 191 191 189 188 188 178 172 172 170 168 167 167 166 166 165 162 162 162 162 158 158 157 155 154 154 151 149 149 147 145 140 134 133 127 122 122 119 119 118 115 114 113 Play Free Fantasy Hockey for a chance at $5.Right Wings Player Dany Heatley Marian Gaborik Patrick Kane Martin St.000 .P.

000 SHG 0 0 0 3 0 0 2 1 1 1 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 PIM 18 85 39 20 67 126 106 28 168 57 162 22 52 26 22 47 37 21 155 239 28 22 89 14 8 131 105 20 40 16 48 106 72 12 149 18 8 18 136 2 26 10 38 8 98 18 130 18 0 72 20 8 35 190 6 32 2 12 12 33 86 59 8 76 26 40 6 10 38 FPTS 112 111 110 109 109 105 103 99 99 98 93 93 91 88 88 87 85 85 82 80 80 80 79 78 77 75 75 70 70 70 67 64 63 59 58 58 56 55 55 55 54 53 53 52 52 52 50 50 50 49 48 47 46 46 45 40 40 39 38 38 37 35 34 31 23 22 20 17 .Player Trent Hunter David Clarkson Justin Williams Radek Dvorak Ales Kotalik Arron Asham Tom Kostopoulos Richard Park B.J. Crombeen Matt Bradley Ian Laperriere Scott Parse Cal Clutterbuck Patrick Eaves Johan Franzen Darcy Tucker Jed Ortmeyer Steve Bernier Zack Stortini Colton Orr Tomas Kopecky Brandon Yip Patrick Kaleta Mike Grier Ales Hemsky Jamal Mayers Derek Dorsett David Moss Jordin Tootoo Dan Sexton Chris Clark Mike Brown Evgeny Artyukhin Miroslav Satan Jared Boll Joffrey Lupul Jason Williams Enver Lisin George Parros David Jones Ryan Jones Teddy Purcell Brandon Segal Jere Lehtinen Tim Jackman Jannik Hansen Krys Barch Chuck Kobasew Pavol Demitra Craig Adams Jonathan Cheechoo Michael Grabner Marek Svatos Cam Janssen Patrick Dwyer Scott Walker Brandon Bochenski Boyd Gordon Fredrik Sjostrom Byron Bitz Brian McGrattan Michael Blunden Vladimir Zharkov Eric Godard Victor Oreskovich Shean Donovan Michal Repik Fernando Pisani GP 61 46 49 76 71 72 82 81 79 77 82 59 74 65 27 71 76 59 77 82 74 32 55 73 22 71 51 64 51 41 74 75 54 38 68 23 44 57 57 23 49 60 44 58 54 47 63 49 28 82 61 20 54 43 58 42 28 36 65 52 34 40 40 45 50 30 19 40 G A PTS +/PPG 11 17 28 3 3 11 13 24 4 3 10 19 29 3 1 14 18 32 -7 1 11 16 27 -17 5 10 14 24 -2 0 8 13 21 4 0 9 22 31 -9 0 7 8 15 -5 0 10 14 24 6 0 3 17 20 -1 0 11 13 24 13 0 13 8 21 -8 1 12 10 22 1 0 10 11 21 1 6 10 14 24 -3 3 8 11 19 4 0 11 11 22 0 3 4 9 13 3 1 4 2 6 -4 0 10 11 21 0 1 11 8 19 5 4 10 5 15 2 0 10 12 22 -4 0 7 15 22 7 3 3 11 14 -3 0 4 10 14 6 0 8 9 17 -9 3 6 10 16 2 0 9 10 19 -3 2 7 13 20 -12 0 6 1 7 1 0 9 7 16 -4 0 9 5 14 8 0 4 3 7 -8 0 10 4 14 3 0 6 9 15 -7 3 6 8 14 -1 0 4 0 4 4 0 10 6 16 1 1 8 4 12 0 2 6 9 15 -9 2 6 6 12 3 0 4 13 17 -8 1 4 5 9 -4 0 9 6 15 -5 0 0 6 6 0 0 9 6 15 -11 2 3 13 16 3 1 0 10 10 -5 0 5 9 14 -13 0 5 6 11 2 2 7 4 11 -14 3 0 0 0 -3 0 7 5 12 -3 0 5 3 8 -3 1 4 9 13 -1 1 4 6 10 4 0 3 8 11 -2 0 5 6 11 -8 0 1 3 4 3 0 2 2 4 3 0 0 10 10 2 0 1 2 3 2 0 2 4 6 -8 0 2 3 5 -4 0 3 2 5 1 0 4 4 8 -16 0 Play Free Fantasy Hockey for a chance at $5.

Player Adam Burish Ryan Vesce Ilkka Pikkarainen Matt D'Agostini David Laliberte Mark Mancari Mike Duco Andreas Thuresson Chris Conner Georges Laraque Jerome Samson Jay Beagle Matt Halischuk Petr Sykora D.J. King Joel Rechlicz Nick Johnson Nick Palmieri Colin McDonald Jack Skille Mark Parrish Patrick Davis Raymond Sawada Andreas Nodl Ryan Keller Steven Goertzen Brian Willsie Jeff Hoggan Evgeni Dadonov Greg Moore Drew Larman Bobby Butler Darren Haydar Pierre-Marc Bouchard Mikko Lehtonen Guillaume Desbiens Tim Wallace Ben Guite Sergei Shirokov James Wyman Andrew Gordon GP 13 9 31 47 11 6 10 22 8 28 7 7 20 14 12 6 6 6 2 6 16 8 5 10 6 6 4 4 4 4 4 2 1 1 1 1 1 6 6 3 2 G 1 3 1 2 2 1 0 1 2 1 0 1 1 2 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 A 3 2 3 2 1 1 0 2 1 2 2 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 PTS 4 5 4 4 3 2 0 3 3 3 2 2 2 3 0 0 2 1 1 2 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 +/2 -1 -3 -15 1 3 -3 -5 -1 -6 -1 -1 -4 -7 -4 -2 -2 0 1 -3 -5 -2 1 -2 -1 -2 -1 -1 -1 0 -1 -1 0 0 -1 0 0 -3 -4 -2 -2 PPG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SHG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 PIM 14 0 10 28 6 4 50 4 0 28 10 2 2 8 33 27 2 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 5 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 4 2 0 0 FPTS 16 16 13 12 12 12 10 9 9 8 8 6 5 5 5 4 4 4 4 3 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -1 -2 -2 -2 Play Free Fantasy Hockey for a chance at $5.000 39 .

Left Wings Player Alex Ovechkin Alexander Semin Zach Parise Ilya Kovalchuk Daniel Sedin Alex Burrows Rick Nash Patrick Sharp Henrik Zetterberg Brooks Laich Loui Eriksson Jussi Jokinen Wojtek Wolski Thomas Vanek Ryan Smyth Kristian Huselius Mason Raymond Andrew Brunette James Neal Mike Cammalleri Tomas Holmstrom Matt Moulson Ray Whitney Scott Hartnell Alexei Ponikarovsky Patrik Elias Brenden Morrow Kris Versteeg Ryan Malone Steve Sullivan Marco Sturm Steve Ott David Perron Jason Blake Paul Kariya Jamie Benn Simon Gagne Ryan Callahan Sean Avery Matt Cooke Blake Wheeler Andrew Ladd Jason Chimera Curtis Glencross Daniel Carcillo T.000 .J. Galiardi James van Riemsdyk Andrei Kostitsyn Raffi Torres Keith Tkachuk Nikolai Kulemin Benoit Pouliot Chris Kunitz Clarke MacArthur Rostislav Olesz Alex Tanguay Nigel Dawes Taylor Pyatt Ruslan Fedotenko Nick Foligno Sean Bergenheim Petr Prucha Tim Kennedy Jon Sim Ben Eager Sergei Samsonov GP 72 73 81 76 63 82 76 82 74 78 82 81 80 71 67 74 82 82 78 65 68 82 80 81 77 58 76 79 69 82 76 73 82 82 75 82 58 77 69 79 82 82 78 67 76 70 78 59 74 67 78 53 50 81 78 80 66 74 80 61 63 79 78 77 60 72 G 50 40 38 41 29 35 33 25 23 25 29 30 23 28 22 23 25 25 27 26 25 30 21 14 21 19 20 20 21 17 22 22 20 16 18 22 17 19 11 15 18 17 15 15 12 15 15 15 19 13 16 17 13 16 14 10 14 12 11 9 10 13 10 13 7 14 A 59 44 44 44 56 32 34 41 47 34 42 35 41 25 31 40 28 36 28 24 20 18 37 30 29 29 26 24 26 34 15 14 27 25 25 19 23 18 20 16 20 21 19 18 10 24 20 18 17 19 20 11 19 19 15 27 18 11 19 17 13 9 16 9 9 15 PTS 109 84 82 85 85 67 67 66 70 59 71 65 64 53 53 63 53 61 55 50 45 48 58 44 50 48 46 44 47 51 37 36 47 41 43 41 40 37 31 31 38 38 34 33 22 39 35 33 36 32 36 28 32 35 29 37 32 23 30 26 23 22 26 22 16 29 +/45 36 23 9 37 35 -2 24 12 16 -4 3 22 9 8 -4 -1 -5 -5 7 5 -1 -6 -6 -1 17 -3 8 -8 2 14 -14 -10 -10 -7 -1 -1 -12 0 17 -4 2 -1 11 5 6 -1 1 -10 -2 0 8 3 -16 -4 -2 1 13 -17 6 1 -2 -3 -4 9 -15 PPG 13 8 9 12 8 4 10 4 3 12 6 10 2 10 11 8 8 12 2 4 13 8 7 8 5 3 9 4 7 5 4 8 5 6 3 2 5 9 3 2 3 0 1 2 1 2 4 6 7 5 0 4 2 4 3 3 4 1 3 2 0 4 1 1 0 2 SHG 0 2 1 0 0 5 2 2 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 3 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 PIM 89 66 32 53 28 121 58 28 26 34 26 36 27 42 42 36 48 12 64 16 60 16 26 155 61 40 69 35 68 35 30 153 60 36 36 45 47 48 160 106 53 67 98 58 207 28 30 32 34 56 16 43 39 49 28 32 18 39 50 53 45 23 50 44 120 32 40 FPTS 434 334 321 315 304 289 252 251 249 236 230 224 222 209 209 203 201 194 193 188 187 186 185 184 182 178 176 172 172 170 167 164 163 156 156 154 154 151 146 145 142 141 140 136 135 135 134 129 127 123 122 121 120 117 116 114 110 106 104 100 96 94 93 91 91 89 Play Free Fantasy Hockey for a chance at $5.

000 SHG 0 2 0 0 0 1 1 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 PIM 138 57 33 54 12 12 12 62 32 141 40 35 44 19 108 115 53 29 23 8 38 113 30 12 14 20 26 80 78 47 10 48 142 4 54 16 32 10 136 6 105 35 19 85 12 6 21 84 93 54 5 75 66 10 73 48 6 29 26 31 26 0 8 4 4 24 10 4 41 FPTS 87 83 81 80 77 76 75 74 74 71 71 70 67 64 64 63 62 61 61 60 57 55 54 53 47 45 43 43 40 40 38 37 37 36 35 34 33 31 29 28 27 27 27 27 27 26 24 23 21 20 19 19 18 17 14 13 13 12 12 12 11 10 10 10 8 7 6 5 .Player Cody McLeod Travis Moen Slava Kozlov Eric Nystrom Robert Nilsson Drew Miller Daniel Paille Ethan Moreau Christopher Higgins Shawn Thornton Dean McAmmond Matt Beleskey Milan Lucic Dave Steckel Brad Winchester Jody Shelley Steve Begin Erik Cole David Booth Sergei Kostitsyn Jamie McGinn Eric Boulton Viktor Stalberg Matt Ellis Jeff Tambellini Max Pacioretty Fredrik Modin Troy Bodie Jean-Francois Jacques Chris Durno Ville Leino Stephane Veilleux Darcy Hordichuk Mathieu Darche Frazer McLaren Lauri Korpikoski Kirk Maltby Fabian Brunnstrom Raitis Ivanans Jay Pandolfo Derek Boogaard Justin Abdelkader Derek Meech Nick Tarnasky Luca Caputi Robbie Earl Quintin Laing David Koci Andrew Peters Todd Fedoruk Bryan Bickell Trevor Gillies Brad May Mika Pyorala Donald Brashear Pierre-Luc Letourneau-Leblo Matt Pettinger Kenndal McArdle Richard Clune Dane Byers Matt Martin Mikkel Boedker Nikita Filatov Jesse Joensuu Jeff Taffe Riley Cote Chris Bourque Liam Reddox GP 74 81 55 82 60 80 76 76 67 74 62 60 50 79 64 57 77 40 28 47 59 62 40 72 36 52 44 44 49 41 55 77 56 29 23 71 52 44 61 52 57 50 49 31 23 32 36 43 29 50 16 14 40 36 36 27 9 19 14 5 5 14 13 11 21 15 21 9 G A PTS +/PPG 7 11 18 -13 0 8 11 19 -2 1 8 18 26 -15 3 11 8 19 0 0 11 16 27 -17 3 10 9 19 2 1 10 10 20 -3 0 9 9 18 -18 0 8 9 17 -9 0 1 9 10 -9 0 8 9 17 -1 1 11 7 18 -10 0 9 11 20 -7 0 5 11 16 3 1 3 5 8 3 1 2 7 9 5 0 5 9 14 -7 0 11 5 16 -9 2 8 8 16 -3 0 7 11 18 4 0 10 3 13 -3 0 2 6 8 -1 1 9 5 14 -13 0 3 10 13 -1 0 7 7 14 -8 3 3 11 14 -5 0 5 6 11 -7 2 5 2 7 -8 0 4 7 11 -15 0 4 4 8 3 0 6 5 11 -9 1 3 6 9 -14 0 1 1 2 -7 0 5 5 10 2 0 1 5 6 6 0 5 6 11 -10 0 4 2 6 0 0 2 9 11 -3 0 0 0 0 -8 0 4 5 9 -9 0 0 4 4 -12 0 3 3 6 -12 0 2 4 6 -13 1 1 2 3 -5 0 2 6 8 -1 0 6 0 6 1 0 2 2 4 2 0 1 0 1 -2 0 0 0 0 -5 0 3 3 6 -12 0 3 1 4 3 0 0 1 1 -2 0 0 1 1 -5 0 2 2 4 -3 0 0 1 1 -9 0 0 2 2 -4 0 1 2 3 3 0 1 2 3 -4 0 0 2 2 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 2 2 -1 0 1 2 3 2 0 2 0 2 0 0 1 0 1 4 0 1 1 2 -1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 -6 0 0 2 2 -2 0 Play Free Fantasy Hockey for a chance at $5.

000 42 .Player Kyle Calder Jon Kalinski Francis Wathier Alexandre Picard Triston Grant Tom Sestito Radek Smolenak Gregory Stewart Maxim Mayorov Boyd Kane Eric Tangradi Peter Olvecky Kaspars Daugavins Oskar Osala Guillaume Lefebvre John McCarthy Charles Linglet GP 14 10 5 9 3 3 1 5 4 3 1 1 1 1 1 4 5 G 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 A 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 PTS 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 +/-7 -2 0 -3 -1 0 0 -3 -1 -1 0 0 0 0 0 -3 -5 PPG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SHG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 PIM 8 0 5 10 9 7 5 11 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 FPTS 3 3 2 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -2 -3 Play Free Fantasy Hockey for a chance at $5.

Defensemen Player Mike Green Duncan Keith Drew Doughty Dan Boyle Chris Pronger Christian Ehrhoff Zdeno Chara Nicklas Lidstrom Mark Streit Shea Weber Sergei Gonchar Keith Yandle Tyler Myers Scott Niedermayer Brian Rafalski Erik Johnson Stephane Robidas Ian White Bryan McCabe Dion Phaneuf Lubomir Visnovsky Joni Pitkanen Tobias Enstrom Tomas Kaberle Kurtis Foster Ryan Whitney Alexander Edler Brian Campbell Mark Giordano Pavel Kubina Rob Blake Marek Zidlicky Matt Carle Kimmo Timonen Ryan Suter Alex Goligoski Marc-Andre Bergeron Andy Greene Kyle Quincey Brent Seabrook Andrei Markov Sami Salo Ed Jovanovski Carlo Colaiacovo Dennis Seidenberg Jack Johnson Fedor Tyutin Adrian Aucoin Jeff Schultz Michael Del Zotto Anton Stralman James Wisniewski Keith Ballard Kris Letang Tom Poti John-Michael Liles Marc Staal Derek Morris Jay Bouwmeester Dennis Wideman Chris Phillips Jordan Leopold Roman Hamrlik Francois Beauchemin Zach Bogosian Steve Montador GP 75 82 82 76 82 80 80 82 82 78 62 82 82 80 78 79 82 83 82 81 73 71 82 82 71 81 76 68 82 76 70 78 80 82 82 69 60 78 79 78 45 68 66 67 79 80 80 82 73 80 73 69 82 73 70 59 82 76 82 76 82 81 75 82 81 78 G 19 14 16 15 10 14 7 9 11 16 11 12 11 10 8 10 10 13 8 12 15 6 6 7 8 7 5 7 11 6 7 6 6 6 4 8 13 6 6 4 6 9 10 7 4 8 6 8 3 9 6 3 8 3 4 6 8 4 3 6 8 11 6 5 10 5 A 57 55 43 43 45 30 37 40 38 27 39 29 37 38 34 29 31 25 35 20 30 40 44 42 34 32 37 31 19 32 23 37 29 33 33 29 21 31 24 26 28 19 24 25 28 28 26 20 20 28 28 27 20 24 20 25 19 25 26 24 16 15 20 21 13 18 PTS 76 69 59 58 55 44 44 49 49 43 50 41 48 48 42 39 41 38 43 32 45 46 50 49 42 39 42 38 30 38 30 43 35 39 37 37 34 37 30 30 34 28 34 32 32 36 32 28 23 37 34 30 28 27 24 31 27 29 29 30 24 26 26 26 23 23 +/40 21 20 6 22 35 19 22 0 0 -4 16 13 -9 23 1 -10 8 -4 1 -10 -11 -5 -16 -5 1 1 18 17 0 14 -16 19 -2 4 7 -7 10 10 20 11 15 -12 8 6 -15 -6 2 51 -20 -17 -5 -7 1 27 -2 11 2 -4 -14 8 -2 -2 -13 -18 0 PPG 10 3 9 6 5 6 4 5 9 7 6 5 3 5 5 6 7 3 3 5 5 1 2 3 3 3 2 3 5 2 4 4 2 1 2 2 7 4 1 0 4 6 5 4 2 3 2 1 0 4 4 2 1 0 2 3 0 2 1 2 1 1 2 4 3 0 SHG 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 PIM 54 51 54 70 79 42 87 24 48 36 49 45 32 48 26 79 70 51 83 83 20 72 30 24 48 70 40 18 81 66 60 67 16 50 48 22 16 14 76 59 32 18 55 60 39 48 49 56 32 32 37 56 88 51 42 30 44 37 48 34 45 28 56 33 61 75 43 FPTS 380 318 288 275 271 253 243 241 236 228 219 213 213 210 208 206 204 201 201 196 196 191 190 188 188 185 183 182 181 178 177 172 171 167 164 163 163 161 160 158 158 157 157 156 154 153 148 146 142 141 138 138 135 135 135 135 134 134 129 129 126 126 126 125 124 124 Play Free Fantasy Hockey for a chance at $5.000 .

Player Cam Barker Dan Hamhuis Daniel Girardi Tom Gilbert Michal Rozsival Ron Hainsey Cody Franson Filip Kuba Brooks Orpik Kris Russell Erik Karlsson Trevor Daley Jaroslav Spacek Niklas Kronwall Kevin Bieksa Roman Polak Kim Johnsson Tim Gleason Victor Hedman Matt Carkner Braydon Coburn Toni Lydman Marc-Edouard Vlasic Henrik Tallinder Kent Huskins Ryan Wilson Brett Clark Douglas Murray Kyle Cumiskey Jason Demers Luke Schenn Andrej Meszaros Zbynek Michalek Johnny Boychuk Brad Stuart Barret Jackman Robyn Regehr Jack Hillen Sean O'Donnell Randy Jones Joe Corvo Mike Mottau Mark Fistric Nick Schultz Brent Burns Bryce Salvador Brian Pothier Andy Sutton Niklas Hjalmarsson Bryan Allen Denis Grebeshkov Andrew Alberts Chris Campoli Mark Eaton Craig Rivet Willie Mitchell Sheldon Brookbank Sami Lepisto Dmitry Kulikov Scott Hannan Francis Bouillon Matt Gilroy Anton Volchenkov Alexandre Picard Jim Vandermeer Wade Redden Johnny Oduya Steve Eminger GP 70 78 82 82 82 80 61 53 73 70 60 77 74 48 55 78 60 61 74 81 81 67 64 82 82 61 64 79 61 51 79 81 72 51 82 66 81 69 78 48 52 79 67 80 47 79 61 72 77 74 51 76 67 79 78 48 66 66 68 81 81 69 64 54 62 75 67 63 G A PTS +/PPG 5 16 21 5 4 5 19 24 4 0 6 18 24 -2 1 5 26 31 -10 1 3 20 23 3 1 5 21 26 -6 0 6 15 21 15 1 3 25 28 -5 2 2 23 25 6 0 7 15 22 4 0 5 21 26 -5 1 6 16 22 3 2 3 18 21 9 1 7 15 22 5 3 3 19 22 -6 1 4 17 21 7 0 7 10 17 9 3 5 14 19 0 1 4 16 20 -3 0 2 9 11 0 0 5 14 19 -6 1 4 16 20 10 0 3 13 16 21 1 4 16 20 13 0 3 19 22 6 0 3 18 21 12 0 3 17 20 6 2 4 13 17 3 1 7 13 20 0 2 4 17 21 5 3 5 12 17 2 0 6 11 17 -14 2 3 14 17 5 2 5 10 15 10 0 4 16 20 -13 1 2 15 17 3 0 2 15 17 2 0 3 18 21 -5 1 3 12 15 14 0 5 16 21 -3 1 6 12 18 -10 5 2 16 18 2 0 1 9 10 27 0 1 19 20 -8 1 3 17 20 -15 2 4 10 14 9 0 5 10 15 4 1 5 8 13 -10 0 2 15 17 8 0 4 9 13 -8 0 7 14 21 -16 1 3 9 12 6 0 4 14 18 -3 1 3 13 16 5 0 1 14 15 -6 0 4 8 12 13 0 0 9 9 10 0 1 10 11 14 0 3 13 16 -5 1 2 14 16 3 0 3 8 11 5 1 4 11 15 0 0 4 10 14 2 0 4 11 15 0 1 4 8 12 3 0 2 12 14 8 0 3 10 13 7 0 4 12 16 1 0 Play Free Fantasy Hockey for a chance at $5.000 SHG 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 PIM 68 49 53 16 78 39 16 28 64 32 24 25 50 32 85 59 30 78 79 190 54 30 33 32 47 36 28 66 20 21 50 50 30 43 22 81 80 44 70 28 12 41 69 43 32 57 21 107 20 99 32 87 16 26 100 48 114 60 32 40 50 23 38 26 60 27 30 30 44 FPTS 124 121 119 119 115 115 114 114 113 113 113 112 112 112 108 107 106 104 102 101 100 100 100 99 99 99 98 97 97 97 95 94 94 94 93 93 92 92 91 90 88 85 85 83 83 82 82 81 80 80 80 79 79 78 78 78 77 77 76 75 75 75 75 75 74 73 73 73 .

Player Freddy Meyer Eric Brewer Carl Gunnarsson Shane O'Brien Bruno Gervais Colin White Matt Greene Chris Butler Shane Hnidy Shaone Morrisonn Sheldon Souray John Erskine Matt Niskanen Matt Hunwick Rob Scuderi Nick Boynton Greg Zanon Mattias Ohlund Josh Gorges Jay McKee Mark Stuart Brett Carson Karlis Skrastins Mike Weaver Adam Foote Jonathan Ericsson Jan Hejda Mike Commodore Martin Skoula Andrej Sekera Mike Lundin Paul Martin Hal Gill Ladislav Smid Christoph Schubert Aaron Ward Aaron Johnson Mathieu Schneider Jamie McBain Adam Pardy Brent Sopel Cory Sarich Brad Staubitz Paul Bissonnette Brett Lebda Mark Fraser Jordan Hendry Jason Garrison Kevin Klein Niclas Wallin Matt Walker Marc Methot Anssi Salmela Andrew MacDonald Milan Jurcina Mathieu Roy Nicklas Grossman Steve Staios Bryan Rodney John Carlson Ryan O'Byrne Andrew Ference Tyler Sloan Jeff Finger Rostislav Klesla John Scott Davis Drewiske Jay Harrison GP 64 59 43 65 71 81 75 59 70 68 37 50 74 76 73 49 81 67 82 62 56 54 79 77 67 62 62 57 52 49 49 22 68 51 47 77 41 25 14 57 73 57 47 41 63 61 43 39 81 70 66 60 38 46 44 31 71 58 22 22 55 51 40 39 26 51 42 38 G A PTS +/PPG 4 11 15 -2 0 8 7 15 -17 0 3 12 15 8 0 2 6 8 14 0 3 14 17 -15 1 2 10 12 7 0 2 7 9 4 0 1 20 21 -15 0 2 12 14 -6 0 1 11 12 5 0 4 9 13 -19 0 1 5 6 17 0 3 12 15 -15 0 6 8 14 -16 1 0 11 11 16 0 1 7 8 5 1 2 13 15 -10 0 0 13 13 -8 0 3 7 10 2 0 1 8 9 6 0 2 5 7 1 0 2 10 12 5 0 2 11 13 -4 0 1 9 10 10 0 0 9 9 7 0 4 9 13 -15 0 3 10 13 -14 1 2 9 11 -9 0 3 8 11 3 1 4 7 11 -1 0 3 10 13 -4 0 2 9 11 10 1 2 9 11 -10 0 1 8 9 5 0 2 5 7 -6 0 1 12 13 -15 0 4 6 10 -6 1 2 7 9 5 1 3 7 10 6 1 2 7 9 -3 0 1 7 8 3 0 1 5 6 4 0 3 3 6 0 0 3 2 5 -2 0 1 7 8 -1 0 3 3 6 6 0 2 6 8 5 0 2 6 8 5 0 1 10 11 -13 0 0 7 7 -5 0 2 3 5 -11 0 2 6 8 -8 0 2 6 8 -1 0 1 6 7 4 0 1 6 7 2 0 0 10 10 -2 0 0 7 7 -3 0 1 9 10 -27 1 1 10 11 -4 0 1 5 6 11 0 1 3 4 -3 0 0 8 8 -7 0 2 4 6 -1 0 2 8 10 -11 0 2 6 8 -7 0 1 1 2 -3 0 1 7 8 -4 0 1 5 6 -8 0 Play Free Fantasy Hockey for a chance at $5.000 SHG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 PIM 40 46 10 79 31 46 83 22 66 68 65 66 18 32 21 71 36 59 39 54 80 12 24 29 64 44 36 62 10 6 18 2 68 39 69 62 35 16 0 48 34 58 110 117 24 36 10 23 27 49 90 51 22 20 24 17 32 75 8 8 74 16 22 20 26 90 14 50 45 FPTS 72 72 70 69 68 67 67 67 66 66 66 63 62 61 61 60 59 59 58 56 56 56 55 55 55 55 54 54 53 53 53 53 52 50 50 49 49 49 49 48 47 47 47 45 43 43 43 43 42 42 41 41 41 40 40 38 37 37 37 37 34 33 33 33 32 31 31 30 .

Player Oskars Bartulis Garnet Exelby Darryl Sydor Paul Mara Dylan Reese Aaron Rome Ruslan Salei David Koci Mark Popovic Jay Leach David Schlemko Danny Syvret David Hale Boris Valabik Wade Belak Mike Komisarek Radek Martinek Jay Rosehill Ben Lovejoy Ville Koistinen Brett Festerling Anders Eriksson Brendan Witt Karl Alzner Nolan Baumgartner Jason Strudwick Derek Joslin Peter Harrold Brian Lee Ole-Kristian Tollefsen Lukas Krajicek Jeff Woywitka Alexander Sulzer Brad Lukowich Grant Clitsome Matt Smaby Dustin Kohn Cory Murphy Nathan Paetsch Staffan Kronwall Clayton Stoner Tyson Strachan Andreas Lilja Doug Janik Deryk Engelland Paul Ranger Arturs Kulda Brendan Mikkelson Dean Arsene P.000 SHG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 PIM 28 73 15 48 14 24 10 84 10 25 8 12 25 36 58 40 12 67 2 8 15 2 45 8 2 50 12 8 12 23 35 11 4 4 6 27 4 2 12 2 12 4 4 18 17 6 2 14 41 2 20 21 43 24 4 24 2 6 0 4 0 0 21 24 0 4 4 6 46 FPTS 29 27 26 26 26 25 25 23 23 23 23 22 21 21 20 20 20 20 20 19 18 18 17 17 17 16 16 15 15 15 14 14 14 14 13 12 12 12 11 11 11 11 10 9 9 9 9 8 8 8 7 7 7 7 7 5 5 4 4 4 4 4 3 2 2 2 2 1 .K. Subban Ryan Parent Adam McQuaid Theo Peckham Matthew Corrente Shaun Heshka Steve MacIntyre Alex Plante Jaime Sifers Jonas Junland Tyler Eckford Philip Larsen Joe Callahan Matt Lashoff Tim Conboy Ilkka Heikkinen Bobby Sanguinetti Mathieu Carle Alex Pietrangelo GP 53 51 47 43 19 49 14 43 37 35 17 21 39 23 39 34 16 15 12 17 42 20 42 21 12 72 24 39 23 18 50 36 20 13 11 33 22 12 21 11 8 8 20 13 9 8 4 28 13 2 48 19 15 12 8 22 4 14 3 3 2 1 5 12 7 5 3 9 G A PTS +/PPG 1 8 9 -12 0 1 3 4 -8 0 0 8 8 -6 0 0 8 8 -16 0 2 2 4 4 0 0 4 4 -2 0 1 5 6 -1 0 1 0 1 -2 0 2 2 4 0 0 1 1 2 3 0 1 4 5 1 0 2 2 4 1 0 0 4 4 -2 0 0 2 2 2 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 4 4 -9 0 2 1 3 -1 0 1 1 2 -2 0 0 3 3 8 0 1 3 4 1 0 0 3 3 1 0 0 5 5 2 0 2 3 5 -18 0 0 5 5 -3 0 1 1 2 7 0 0 6 6 -18 0 0 3 3 1 0 1 2 3 -2 0 2 1 3 -5 0 0 2 2 1 0 1 2 3 -14 0 0 3 3 -6 0 0 2 2 4 0 1 1 2 5 0 1 2 3 0 0 0 2 2 -4 0 0 4 4 -2 0 2 1 3 -3 0 1 1 2 -3 0 1 2 3 -1 0 0 2 2 1 0 0 2 2 3 0 1 1 2 -2 0 0 2 2 -2 0 0 2 2 -2 0 1 1 2 -2 0 0 2 2 2 0 0 2 2 -5 0 0 0 0 -3 0 0 2 2 1 0 1 2 3 -14 0 1 0 1 -5 0 0 1 1 -8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 1 1 -3 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 2 -3 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 -2 0 0 0 0 -5 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 2 -9 0 Play Free Fantasy Hockey for a chance at $5.

Player Luca Sbisa Wes O'Neill Kurt Sauer Keaton Ellerby Teemu Laakso Mark Flood Alec Martinez Derek Peltier Nathan Oystrick Corey Potter Evan Oberg Andy Wozniewski Jeff Penner Anton Klementyev Rob Davison Jared Cowen Scott Jackson Maxim Noreau Chris Chelios Andrew Bodnarchuk Tom Preissing Justin Falk Jakub Kindl Casey Borer Ivan Vishnevskiy Nate Guenin Shawn Belle Johan Motin Taylor Chorney Yannick Weber Vladimir Mihalik Derek Smith Maxime Fortunus Clay Wilson GP 8 2 1 22 7 6 4 3 3 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 7 5 4 3 3 2 2 2 2 1 42 5 4 2 8 2 G 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 A 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 PTS 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 +/-1 1 1 -1 -2 -4 -2 0 -1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -2 -2 -6 -2 -2 -1 -2 -2 -2 -1 -21 -5 -4 -4 -6 -5 PPG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SHG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 PIM 6 2 0 2 2 0 2 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 4 2 0 4 0 FPTS 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -1 -1 -1 -1 -1 -1 -1 -1 -1 -1 -2 -3 -3 -3 -4 -5 Play Free Fantasy Hockey for a chance at $5.000 47 .

917 .903 .905 .25 2.887 .64 2.99 3.913 .31 2.57 2.20 2.53 2.895 .26 3.913 .903 .97 3.895 .72 1.889 .05 2.54 2.918 .907 .915 .05 2.13 3.02 2.81 2.69 2.905 .73 2.901 .911 .913 .76 2.909 .95 3.915 .60 GA 170 150 168 186 156 167 163 141 167 180 157 152 168 137 148 105 130 140 121 158 84 145 163 115 82 127 119 114 104 152 127 109 112 117 85 74 77 96 65 60 83 69 89 93 80 66 59 51 64 93 33 55 39 40 51 63 35 32 31 64 40 23 22 16 4 20 S 1998 1948 1836 2047 1805 1942 1872 1708 1748 1747 1924 1708 1604 1404 1551 1281 1294 1465 1231 1474 1137 1410 1490 1240 852 1261 1290 969 1117 1377 1226 1135 1034 1048 814 709 771 935 653 704 775 676 770 729 716 626 609 490 546 680 426 547 399 424 472 498 364 354 319 515 392 218 212 191 90 181 SPct .924 .87 3.09 2.905 .907 .907 .896 .922 .26 2.50 2.30 2.921 .85 2.03 2.53 2.957 .911 .69 2.29 2.56 3.76 3.912 .000 .68 2.906 .925 .905 .906 .55 2.916 .920 .909 .81 2.921 .65 2.83 2.29 2.911 .57 2.909 .48 2.64 2.72 2.901 .909 .924 .902 .81 3.43 2.912 .27 3.55 2.912 .902 .909 .928 .85 2.81 2.00 3.912 .91 2.75 2.63 2.931 .906 .Goalies Player Evgeni Nabokov Ryan Miller Martin Brodeur Craig Anderson Ilya Bryzgalov Henrik Lundqvist Miikka Kiprusoff Jimmy Howard Roberto Luongo Jonathan Quick Tomas Vokoun Jonas Hiller Marc-Andre Fleury Pekka Rinne Chris Mason Jaroslav Halak Brian Elliott Marty Turco Jose Theodore Niklas Backstrom Tuukka Rask Dwayne Roloson Steve Mason Johan Hedberg Antti Niemi Antero Niittymaki Cam Ward Cristobal Huet Tim Thomas Jeff Deslauriers Ondrej Pavelec Carey Price Jonas Gustavsson Mike Smith Michael Leighton Ray Emery Dan Ellis Jean-Sebastien Giguere Semyon Varlamov Ty Conklin Mathieu Garon Manny Legace Martin Biron Pascal Leclaire Brian Boucher Josh Harding Scott Clemmensen Brent Johnson Alex Auld Vesa Toskala Jason LaBarbera Nikolai Khabibulin Andrew Raycroft Michal Neuvirth Curtis McElhinney Chris Osgood Thomas Greiss Peter Budaj Kari Lehtonen Devan Dubnyk Patrick Lalime Justin Peters Erik Ersberg Yann Danis Jonathan Bernier Rick DiPietro GGP 71 69 77 71 69 73 73 63 68 72 63 59 67 58 61 45 55 53 47 60 45 50 58 47 39 49 47 48 43 48 42 41 42 42 34 29 31 35 26 26 35 28 29 34 33 25 24 23 24 32 17 18 21 17 20 23 16 15 12 19 16 9 11 12 3 8 W 44 41 45 38 42 35 35 37 40 39 23 30 37 32 30 26 29 22 30 26 22 23 20 21 26 21 18 26 17 16 14 13 16 13 17 16 15 10 15 10 12 10 9 12 9 9 9 10 9 9 8 7 9 9 8 7 7 5 6 4 4 6 4 3 3 2 L 16 18 25 25 20 27 28 15 22 24 28 23 21 16 22 13 18 20 7 23 12 18 26 16 7 18 23 14 18 28 18 20 15 18 9 11 13 15 4 10 9 7 14 14 18 12 8 6 7 12 5 9 5 4 5 9 4 5 4 10 8 3 3 2 0 5 SO 3 5 9 7 8 4 4 3 4 4 7 2 1 7 2 5 5 4 1 2 5 1 5 3 7 1 0 4 5 3 2 0 1 2 1 3 1 3 2 4 2 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 GAA 2.77 2.916 .920 .81 3.40 2.914 .05 1.899 .888 .923 .880 .929 .900 .42 2.62 2.917 .907 .907 .48 2.911 .22 2.900 48 FPTS 460 460 458 444 442 410 399 399 394 378 367 349 345 325 318 296 290 285 282 275 274 258 254 250 241 235 235 222 221 220 196 187 182 167 167 159 158 150 148 145 138 121 115 113 113 110 110 99 94 92 92 90 89 89 83 76 73 68 64 59 58 50 40 37 34 31 Play Free Fantasy Hockey for a chance at $5.905 .38 2.57 2.83 2.40 2.24 2.

643 FPTS 31 20 18 16 15 5 5 3 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 -3 Play Free Fantasy Hockey for a chance at $5.12 5.919 .892 .56 12.59 3.892 .812 .853 .Player Mike Brodeur Chad Johnson Anton Khudobin Joey MacDonald Steve Valiquette Wade Dubielewicz Cory Schneider Corey Crawford Johan Backlund Jhonas Enroth Matt Climie Dustin Tokarski Alexander Salak Jeremy Duchesne Matt Zaba John Curry GGP 3 5 2 6 6 3 2 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 W 3 1 2 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 L 0 2 0 4 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 SO 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 GAA 1.875 .35 0.915 .850 .86 3.41 3.966 .852 .74 2.25 GA 3 11 1 17 19 5 5 3 2 4 5 3 6 1 2 5 S 84 124 47 140 109 29 54 32 22 33 33 13 34 3 14 9 SPct .917 .00 2.81 3.98 3.06 5.20 3.00 4.750 .914 .979 .000 49 .00 4.04 3.868 .

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