Fantasy hockey rankings Week 10 update

There are less than 20 games left for some NHL teams, so it’s time for your fantasy leagues to test your mettle.’s standard is the penultimate week of the regular season.

At this point, there won’t be many key players just on the waiting list. But judging by the percentage of usurers in the ESPN leagues, there are several.

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I usually try to focus on players who are in less than 50% of leagues in the draft, so there’s a chance there are players from your league in the draft. But today, we’re the ones who clean. The threshold for this group of players is 80%, because the idea is to make sure you don’t miss Clutch on your expansion list. Check each of them to make sure they are not already in the registry.

Roope Hintz, F, Dallas Stars (73.4% in ESPN leagues): The only excuse for him not being a versatile player is the way he’s been in and out of the lineup this season due to some injuries. Because statistically, Hinz is a force. His 2.2 fantasy points per game (FPPG) are comparable to Artemi Panarin and Stephen Stamkos. If he continues at this rate, he’ll be 21st in the NHL in fantasy points remaining. If you’re in the same league as him, check it out.

Martin Necas, F, Carolina Hurricanes (67.6%): Necas has been since the 26th. February scored 2.4 FPPG, making him the league’s player of the week. He had a bigger chance last week, but it’s closing in fast. And while there are some concerns about deployment once Vincent Trocheck and Teuvo Teravainen return to action, he should be with the team for a while.

Brendan Gallagher, Florida State, Montreal Canadiens (79.4%): Gallagher may have stayed under the radar, as the uptick in his performance coincides with the team’s coaching change. At the time of the switch, he scored 1.5 FPPG, which is relevant in fantasy. Since then, he has increased his FPPG to 1.7, since the 26th. February at 1.9. This is very relevant to fantasy, whether you take the overall average or just the result since the change.

Timo Meyer, F, San Jose Sharks (plus 69.8%): Like Gallagher, Meyer has made a turnaround in the last month by increasing his FPPG from 1.3 to 1.6. Much of this increase is due to a strong power struggle. His bond with Thomas Gertl was slow to materialize this season, but the two have grown closer and Meyer has been seen less on the fantasy free agent market.

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Jonas Brodin, D, Minnesota Wild (plus 56.2 percent): Based on this season’s results, Brodin ranks in the top 20 defenders in terms of fantasy points remaining. Although he only has 15 points this season, his production represents the perfect blend of most other major fantasy categories for ESPN. This season he even leads all Wild skaters in overall production, but he remains widely available. Put it on an endurance race.

Nikita Zaitsev, D, Ottawa Senators (plus-27.0 percent): While Thomas Chabot has 62.9 fantasy points this season and appears in 96.3% of leagues, Zaitsev has 62.3 fantasy points and appears in only a quarter of leagues. Zaytsev, like Brodin, doesn’t score many goals, but he hits and blocks shots with aplomb.


Mika Zibanejad, F, New York Rangers (+43 pitches, to 31): I fervently hope the first two months of this season are something Zibanejad and I can forget about in the upcoming 2021-22 fantasy season. But at least for the rest of the season, I think we can announce that he’s back. Last year’s leader in FPPGs is rebounding, with 3.0 FPPGs since Feb. 26, just slightly behind Connor McDavid, who leads the league in that span. And he took all boats, as did Adam Fox, Ryan Strome (power play partner) and Pavel Buchnevich (equivalent power play teammate), all of whom are also at the next level.

Clayton Keller, F, Arizona Coyotes (+35 pitches, at 161): While the overall result is somewhat tempered by the total lack of passes and blocked shots in his profile, Keller has picked up the pace of the stats he’s been collecting. He has 15 points in his last 16 games, many on the power play. Keller is available in 57% of ESPN leagues.

Protection in motion

Keith Yandle, D, Florida Panthers (54 pitches, 102): Losing Aaron Ekblad for the rest of the season is bad for dreams. Yandle gets promoted here, but that won’t help you replace Ekblad, as Yandle will already be on the roster. If the Panthers stick to their two-way approach on the power play, Gustav Forsling could be of moderate interest in deeper leagues. He was the third man to lead the Panthers and even scored a handful of points last time out.

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Dougie Hamilton, D, Carolina Hurricanes (age 37-21): Over the past month, defensemen Dougie Hamilton, Adam Fox, Jeff Petry and Alec Martinez have stood out on their own. Hamilton has been there since the 25th. February without a point in a game.

Goalkeeper in motion

Igor Shesterkin, G, New York Rangers (+23 spots, to 60): As the Rangers’ offense comes back to life, Shesterkin is healthy again, this time for the rest of the season. Given how many injuries he’s had to miss, he should be prepared to start most of the Rangers’ games. From there, he has a clear path to 70% or better in the end zone, as his numbers are significantly better than Alexander Georgiev’s.

Alex Nedeljkovic, G, Carolina Hurricanes (up 19 spots to No. 208): I know I was Petr Mrazek’s defenseman in the Hurricanes series, but with Nedeljkovic playing lately, it’s not shocking that Mrazek isn’t back after his thumb surgery. Mrazek trains from time to time, but there is no timetable for his return yet. That’s just as well, because the Canes had to give up Nedeljkovic earlier this season to get a chance in the AHL. How lucky that no one claimed him. He now starts most of the Canes’ games and wins the vast majority of them. It would be great if we could get clarity on Mrazek’s status, but that seems unlikely unless the Hurricanes move their goalies. In the meantime, put Nedeljkovic on the team.

New position on the ranking

Juice Saros (#164), Tyler Seguin (191), Kirby Duck (202), Jason Robertson (203), Calvin de Haan (216), Alex Killorn (226), Casey DeSmith (240), David Krejci (249).

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Brock Nelson, Scott Mayfield, Nikita Zaitsev, James Reimer, Tyler Bertuzzi, Frank Watrano, Kevin Labank, Ryan Hartman, Jonas Donskoi.


Paul Zaha, Aaron Ekblad, Antti Raanta, Colton Parayko, Nick Schmaltz, John Gibson, Carter Hart, Kasperi Kapanen.

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Top 250 fantasy hockey rankings

1. Andrey Vasilevsky, G, TB (G1)
2. Austin Matthews, C, Goal (C1)
3. Connor McDavid, C, Edm (C2)
4. David Pastrnak, RW, Forest (RW1)
5. Philip Grubauer, G, Colonel (G2)
6. Brad Marchand, LW, Forest (LW1)
7. Victor Hedman, D, TB (D1)
8. Alexey Ovechkin, LW, Wsh (LW2)
9. Nathan McKinnon, C., Col. (C3)
10. Mikko Rantanen, RV, Colonel (RW2)
11. Leon Draisaitl, LW, Edm (LW3)
12. Max Pacioretty, LW, Vgs (LW4)
13. Patrice Bergeron, C, Forest (C4)
14. Anze Kopitar, C, LA (C5)
15. Alexander Barkov, C, Fla (C6)
16. Mitchell Marner, RW, Goal (RW3)
17. Steven Stamkos, C, TB (C7)
18. Joe Pavelski, RW, Dal (RW4)
19. Patrick Kane, RW, Chi (RW5)
20. Jeff Petrie, D, Mon (D2)
21. Hamilton Arc, D, Auto (D3)
22. Alex DeBrincat, LW, Chi (LW5)
23. Charlie McAvoy, D, Forest (D4)
24. Alec Martinez, D, Vgs (D5)
25. Mark Scheifele, C, Wpg (C8)
26. Mark Stone, RW, Vgs (RW6)
27. Artemy Panarin, LW, NYR (LW6)
28. Drew Doughty, D, Los Angeles (D6)29. Marc-André Flory, G, Vgs (G3)30. John Carlson, D, Wsh (D7)
31. Mika Zibanejad, C, NYR (C9)
32. Sidney Crosby, C, Pit (C10)
33. Sean Couturier, C, Fi (C11)
34. Semyon Varlamov, G, NYI (G4)
35. Jonathan Huberdeau, LW, Fla (LW7)
36. Vincent Trocheck, C, Auto (C12)
37. Nicklas Backstrom, C, Wsh (C13)
38. Ondřej Palát, LW, TB (LW8)
39. Alex Pietrangelo, D, Vgs (D8)
40. Adam Fox, D, NYR (D9)
41. Jacob Cichrun, D, Ari (D10)
42. Connor Hellbake, G, Wpg (G5)
43. Sebastian Aho, C, Automotive (C14)
44. Logan Couture, C, SJ (C15)
45. Ivan Provorov, D, Phi (D11)46. Chris Kreider, LW, NYR (LW9)
47. Gabriel Landeskog, LW, Colonel (LW10)
48. Darnell Nurse, D., Edmie (D12)
49. Kyle Connor, LW, Wpg (LW11)
50. James van Riemsdyk, LW, Phi (LW12)
51. John Klingberg, D, Dahl (D13)
52. Alexander Radulov, RV, Dal (RW7)53. Philip Forsberg, LW, Nsh (LW13)
54. Brayden Point, C, TB (C16)
55. Jake Guentzel, LW, Pit (LW14)
56. Keil Makar, D, Col (D14)
57. Evander Kane, LW, SJ (LW15)
58. Roope Hintz, C, Dal (C17)
59. Nicholas Ehlers, LW, Wpg (LW16)
60. Igor Shesterkin, G, NYR (G6)
61. Chris Letang, D., Pete (D15)
62. Shea Theodore, D, Vgs (D16)
63. Roman Yosi, D, Nsh (D17)
64. Anthony Cirelli, C, TB (C18)
65. Dustin Brown, RW, LA (RW8)
66. Patrick Hornquist, RW, Fla (RW9)
67. Brent Burns, D, SJ (D18)
68. Andrey Svechnikov, LW, Auto (LW17)
69. Joel Farabee, LW, Phi (LW18)
70. John Tavares, C., Target (C19)
71. Alex Tuch, RW, Vgs (RW10)
72. Seth Jones, D, Cls (D19)
73. Blake Wheeler, RW, Wpg (RW11)
74. Tyler Toffoli, RW, Mo (RW12)
75. Brayden Schenn, C, StL (C20)
76. Morgan Rilley, D, Gate (D20)
77. Thatcher Demco, G., From (G7)
78. Tyson Barry, D, Edm (D21)
79. Vladimir Tarasenko, RV, SVL (RW13)80. Mikhail Sergachev, D, TB (D22)81. Josh Anderson, RW, Mo (RW14)
82. Tom Wilson, RW, Wsh (RW15)
83. Matt Dumba, D, Min (D23)
84. Jacob Trouba, D, New York (D24)
85. Jamie Benn, LW, Dal (LW19)
86. David Perron, RW, StL (RW16)
87. Ryan O’Reilly, C, StL (C21)
88. Shea Weber, D, Mo (D25)
89. Jack Eichel, C., Boothe (C22)
90. Jonas Brodin, D., Min (D26)
91. Devon Toews, D, Col (D27)
92. Brady Tkachuk, LW, Ott (LW20)
93. Elias Lindholm, RW, Cgy (RW17)
94. Nick Suzuki, C, Mo (C23)
95. Pavel Buchnevich, RW, New York (RW18)
96. Thomas Hertl, C., S.J. (C24)
97. Mats Zuccarello, RV, Min (RW19)
98. Ryan Strom, C, NYR (C25)
99. Jordan Steel, S, Automotive (C26)100. Johnny Gaudreau, LW, Cgy (LW21)
101. J.T. Miller, C., Wang (C27)
102. Keith Yandle, D, Fla (D28)
103. Jean-Gabriel Pago, C., New York (C28)
104. T.J. Oshie, RW, Wsh (RW20)
105. Sergey Bobrovsky, G, Fla (G8)
106. Thomas Chabot, D, Ott (D29)
.107. Kaapo Kahkonen, G, Min (G9)
108. Timo Maier, RW, SJ (RW21)
109. Travis Ultimate, RW, Phi (RW22)
110. Mark Giordano, D, Cgy (D30)
111. Jacob Markstrom, G, Cgy (G10)
112. Sam Reinhart, RW, Booth (RW23)
,113. Kevin Lankinen, G., Chi (G11)
,114. Ilya Samsonov, G, Wsh (G12)
115. Brendan Gallagher, RW, Mon (RW24)
116. Kirill Kaprizov, LW, Min (LW22)
117. Robin Lehner, G, Vgs (G13)
118. Ryan Nugent-Hopkins, C, Edm (C29)
119. Martin Necas, C, Auto (C30)
120. Neil Pionk, D, Wpg (D31)
121. Samuel Girard, D, Colonel (D32)
122. Adrian Kempe, C, LA (C31)
123. Nazem Kadri, C, Col (C32)
124. Matthew Tkachuk, LW, Cgy (LW23)
125. Brian Rast, RW, Pit (RW25)
.126. Tristan Jarry, G., Pete (G14)
127. Adam Larsson, D, Edm (D33)
.128. Jaroslav Halak, G, Bos (G15)
129. Brock Boeser, RW, Van (RW26)
130. Mike Smith, G, Edmar (G16)
131. Patrick Lane, RV, Cls (RW27)
132. Pierre-Luc Dubois, C, Wpg (C33)
133. Nick Ritchie, LW, Forest (LW24)
134. William Nylander, RW, But (RW28)
135. Ryan McDonagh, D, TB (D34)
,136. Joel Eriksson Eck, C, Min (C34)
,137. Jake Muzzin, D, But (D35)
138. Matt Grzelcyk, D, Forest (D36)
139. Justin Falk, D, StL (D37)
140. William Karlsson, C, Vgs (C35)
141. Elias Pettersson, C., Wang (C36)
142. Rasmus Ristolainen, D, Boothe (D38)
143. Dominic Kubalik, LW, Chi (LW25)
144. Kyle Palmieri, RW, NJ (RW29)
145. Matthew Barzal, C, NYI (C37)
146. Tuukka Rask, G, Bos (G17)
147. Carter Verhege, C., Fla. (C38)
148. Nino Niederreiter, RW, Auto (RW30)
149. Bo Horvath, C., Wang (C39)
150. Josh Morrissey, D, Wpg (D39)
.151. Taylor Hall, LW, Buf (LW26)
152. Cam Atkinson, RW, Cls (RW31)
153. Jonathan Marchessault, LW, Vgs (LW27)
154. Victor Olofsson, RW, Buf (RW32)
155. Kyler Yamamoto, RW, Edm (RW33)
156. Boone Jenner, C, Cls (C40)
157. Oliver Bjorkstrand, RW, Cls (RW34)
158. Chandler Stephenson, C, Vgs (C41)
159. Witek Vanecek, G, Wsh (G18)
160. Jordan Binnington, G, StL (G19)
161. Clayton Keller, C, Ari (C42)
162. Kevin Hayes, C., Fi (C43)
163. Evgeny Kuznetsov, C, Wsh (C44)
164. Juus Saros, G, Nsh (G20)
165. Anton Khudobin, G, Dahl (G21)166. Miro Heiskanen, D, Dal (D40)
167. Ryan Graves, D, Col (D41)
168. Kevin Fiala, C., Min (C45)169. Evgeny Malkin, C, Pit (C46)
170. Eli Tolvanen, LW, Nsh (LW28)
171. Shane Gostisbehere, D, Fi (D42)
172. Conor Garland, RW, Ari (RW35)
173. Jakub Voracek, RW, Phi (RW36)
174. Claude Giroux, LW, Phi (LW29)
175. Teuvo Teravainen, RW, Auto (RW37)
176. Alex Iafallo, LA (LW30)
177. Petr Mrazek, G, Auto (G22)
178. Christian Dvorak, LW, Ari (LW31)
179. Frederik Andersen, G., Thor (G23)
180. Ryan Pulock, D, New York (D43)
181. Quinn Hughes, D, Wang (D44)
182. Erik Karlsson, D, SJ (D45)
183. Tyler Motte, LW, from (LW32)
184. Jared Spurgeon, D, Min (D46)
185. Cam Talbot, G., Min (G24)
186. Drake Batterson, C, Ott (C47)
187. Sean Monahan, C, Cgy (C48)
188. Thomas Tatar, LW, Mon (LW33)
189. Ilya Sorokin, G, New York (G25)
190. Torey Circle, D, StL (D47)
191. Tyler Seguin, C, Dal (C49)
192. Zach Hyman, LW, Target (LW34)
193. Cary Price, G., ma (G26)
194. Elvis Merzlikins, G, Cls (G27)
195. Oliver Wahlstrom, RV, New York (RW38)
196. Max Comtois, LW, Ana (LW35)
197. Denis Gurianov, LW, Dal (LW36)
198. Brandon Tanev, LW, Pit (LW37)
199. Robbie Fabbri, C, Det (C50)
200. Scott Laughton, LW, PHI (LW38)
201. Connor Murphy, D, Chi (D48)
202. Kirby Duch, C., Chi (C51)203. Jason Robertson, LW, Dal (LW39)
204. Jack Hughes, C, NJ (C52)
205. P.K. Subban, D., N.J. (D49)
206. Oliver Ekman-Larsson, D, Ari (D50)
207. Esa Lindell, D, Dahl (D51)
.208. Alex Nedeljkovic, G, Automotive (G28)
209. Zach Werenski, D, Cls (D52)
210. Chunas Korpisalo, G, Cls (G29)
211. Dylan Larkin, C, Det (C53)
212. Jack Campbell, G., Thor (G30)
213. Yanni Gurd, LW, TB (LW40)
214. Brian Elliott, G., Fi (G31)
215. Andrey Burakovsky, LW, Colonel (LW41)
216. Calvin de Haan, D, Chi (D53)
217. Calvin Petersen, G, Los Angeles (G32)
218. Jack Roslovic, C, Cls (C54)
219. David Savard, D, Cls (D54)
220. Wayne Simmonds, RW, Target (RW39)
221. Rasmus Andersson, D, Cgy (D55)
222. Rasmus Dahlin, D, Boothe (D56)
223. Jordan Kirov, C, StL (C55)
224. Adam Boquist, D, Chi (D57)
.225. Mike Hoffman, LW, StL (LW42)
226. Alex Killorn, LW, TB (LW43)
227. Phil Kessel, RW, Ari (RW40)
.228. Duncan Keith, D., Chi (D58)
229. Chris Dreiger, G., Fla. (G33)
230. Andrew Kopp, C, Wpg (C56)
231. Jakub Vrana, C, Wsh (C57)
232. Jordan Greenway, LW, Min (LW44)
233. Rickard Ruckell, C., Ana (C58)
234. Jordan Eberle, RW, New York (RW41)
235. Brett Pesce, D, automotive (D59)
236. Matthias Ekholm, D, Nsh (D60)
237. Noah Hanifin, D, Cgy (D61)
,238. Jonathan Bernier, G, Det (G34)
239. Jeff Carter, C, Los Angeles (C59)
240. Casey DeSmith, G., Pete (G35)
241. Jakob Slavin, D, automotive (D62)
242. Mikael Granlund, LW, Nsh (LW45)
243. Justin Schultz, D, Wsh (D63)
244. Jason Dickinson, C, Dal (C60)
245. Ty Smith, D, NJ (D64)
246. Miles Wood, LW, NJ (LW46)
247. Nick Foligno, LW, Cls (LW47)
248. Darcy Coomper, G., Ari (G36)
249. David Krejci, K, Bos (C61)250. Anthony Manta, RW, Det (RW42)

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