Player List


Spencer Abbott     LW     TOR
Justin Abdelkader     LW     DET
Will Acton     C     EDM
Luke Adam     C     BUF
Craig Adams     RW     PIT
Kenny Agostino     O     CGY
Sami Aittokallio     G     COL
Jason Akeson     RW     PHI
John Albert     O     WIN
Andrew Alberts     D     VAN
Daniel Alfredsson     RW     DET
Akim Aliu     O     CGY
Bryan Allen     D     ANA
Conor Allen     D     NYR
Jake Allen     G     STL
Cody Almond     C     MIN
Adam Almquist     D     DET
Karl Alzner     D     WAS
Frederik Andersen     G     ANA
Craig Anderson     G     OTT Statistically, Anderson was the bset goalie in the league last season, by far. His 1.69 GAA and .941 save percentage were silly good. He just needed to stay healthy a little longer. He didn't show a sign of weakness all season until the 2nd round of the playoffs, where the Pens made him look human. A full season in good health will show whether or not he is for real as a #1 option.
Matt Anderson     O     NJD
Joakim Andersson     C     DET
Jonas Andersson     RW     VAN
Mike Angelidis     LW     TAM
Artem Anisimov     C     COB
Nik Antropov     C     WIN
Darren Archibald     LW     VAN
Mark Arcobello     RW     EDM
Colby Armstrong     RW     MON
Tyler Arnason     C     COL
Jamie Arniel     C     BOS
Bill Arnold     O     CGY
Jason Arnott     C     STL
Dean Arsene     D     EDM
Arron Asham     RW     NYR
Carter Ashton     RW     TOR
Cam Atkinson     RW     COB
Adrian Aucoin     D     COB
Keith Aucoin     C     STL
Jonathan Audy-Marchessault     C     COB
Alex Auld     G     OTT
Keith Aulie     D     TAM
Sean Avery     LW     NYR
Anton Babchuk     D     CGY
Richard Bachman     G     EDM
David Backes     C     STL
Johan Backlund     G     PHI
Mikael Backlund     C     CGY
Christian Backman     D     COB
Nicklas Backstrom     C     WAS Over the past 5 or so year, Backstrom has been one of the most consistent point producers in the NHL. Paired once again with Ovechkin, the two were dominant through the 2nd half of the season once more. The only downside is that he is extremely assist-heavy. Only twice has he cracked 20 goals.
Niklas Backstrom     G     MIN Over the past few years, it was starting to look like the Wild were ready to hand a share of the starter's work to Harding; however, with Harding's injury last season and the 3 year extension this summer, it appears the #1 job belongs to Backstrom again this season. He put in another respectable effort in 2013, but cannot seem to get back to the elite level he reached four years ago. Minnesota continues to improve, so he may be in line for more wins this season. There is always the possibility for him to reemerge as a top 5 talent, but at a minimum, you can bank on him as a decent #2.
Sven Baertschi     LW     CGY
Drew Bagnall     D     MIN
Josh Bailey     LW     NYI
Keith Ballard     D     MIN
Carter Bancks     C     CGY
Daniel Bang     O     NAS
Mark Barberio     D     TAM
Krys Barch     RW     FLA
Cam Barker     D     VAN
Aleksander Barkov     C     FLA Barkov snuck into the #2 overall pick slot for a reason. He's got plenty of talent and great size. He will quickly emerge as Florida's #1 center.
Tyson Barrie     D     COL
Matt Bartkowski     D     BOS
Victor Bartley     D     NAS
Oskars Bartulis     D     PHI
Cody Bass     C     COB
Nolan Baumgartner     D     VAN
Jay Beagle     C     WAS
Francois Beauchemin     D     ANA Beauchemin had a surprise breakthrough / comeback season last year, even earning some consideration for the Norris at various points. At 33 years of age, it's hard to envision any amount of upside beyond a 35-point production. The positive buzz last season will likely carry over, causing some poor soul to reach too early. Wait on him as a depth option.
Nathan Beaulieu     D     MON
Taylor Beck     LW     NAS
Steve Begin     C     CGY
Wade Belak     RW     NAS
Eric Belanger     C     EDM
Matt Beleskey     LW     ANA
Brendan Bell     D     NYR
Mark Bell     LW     ANA
Shawn Belle     D     COL
Brett Bellemore     D     CAR
Anton Belov     D     EDM
Jamie Benn     LW     DAL Benn has been on the cusp of breaking out as a fantasy star for several seasons. With the retooling in Dallas, this could finally be the year he wins you a championship. If all pans out and he meshes well with newcomers like Seguin, he should easily set some career highs.
Jordie Benn     D     DAL
Beau Bennett     RW     PIT Bennett should be the one name on everyone's list of potential breakout players in 2013-14. He showed flashes of offensive magic in limited action last season, but couldn't stick on the top 2 stacked lines in Pittsburgh. The Pens made a point of announcing that he will have a much larger role this time around, immediately following the embarrassing playoff sweep.
Andre Benoit     D     COL
Sean Bergenheim     LW     FLA
Marc-Andre Bergeron     D     CAR
Patrice Bergeron     C     BOS The one thing holding Bergeron back from being a bigtime fantasy factor is the lack of goal scoring. He's consistently among the best in terms of assists and plus minus.
Niclas Bergfors     RW     NAS
Patrik Berglund     C     STL
Jonathan Bernier     G     TOR Bernier finally has the opportunity to win a #1 job, thanks to the move to Toronto. He will have to get past Reimer, who had a career season in 2013. At a minimum, he should see a fair bit of action as the #2 in town, but don't be shocked if he ends the season with the starting job. Could be a fine sleeper pick.
Steve Bernier     RW     NJD
Reto Berra     G     COL
Todd Bertuzzi     RW     DET
Blair Betts     C     MON
Stu Bickel     D     NYR
Bryan Bickell     LW     CHI
Kevin Bieksa     D     VAN
Chad Billins     D     CGY
Martin Biron     G     NYR
Ben Bishop     G     TAM Bishop failed to overwhelm in his debut with Tampa last season. Should he manage to best Lindback and earn the starter position for Tampa Bay, he may pan out as a decent sleeper pick. Don't waste a selection on him until the end of the draft, as he may just as well be a forgotten man in the NHL by the end of the season.
Paul Bissonnette     LW     PHO
Byron Bitz     RW     VAN
Nick Bjugstad     C     FLA
Jason Blake     LW     ANA
Rob Blake     D     SAN
Nicolas Blanchard     LW     CAR
Mario Bliznak     C     VAN
Jonathon Blum     D     MIN
Mike Blunden     RW     MON
Sergei Bobrovsky     G     COB After a revelation of a season, all eyes will be on Bobrovsky to see if he can repeat the magic. The Jackets are clearly on rise and will rely on Sergei to keep them moving that way. There is no reason to doubt he will be a solid contributor once again fantasy wise, but expecting another Vezina may be overshooting. He is certainly a safe #1 option in net.
Troy Bodie     RW     TOR
Andrew Bodnarchuk     D     BOS
Mikkel Boedker     LW     PHO
Zach Bogosian     D     WIN
Alexandre Bolduc     C     PHO
Jared Boll     RW     COB
Dave Bolland     C     TOR
Brandon Bollig     LW     CHI
Nick Bonino     C     ANA
Derek Boogaard     LW     NYR
David Booth     LW     VAN
Patrick Bordeleau     LW     COL
Casey Borer     D     CAR
Mark Borowiecki     D     OTT
Robert Bortuzzo     D     PIT
Pierre-Marc Bouchard     RW     CHI
Brian Boucher     G     PHI
Philippe Boucher     D     PIT
Reid Boucher     O     NJD
Francis Bouillon     D     MON
Jesse Boulerice     RW     COL
Eric Boulton     LW     NYI
Lance Bouma     LW     CGY
Marc-Andre Bourdon     D     PHI
Michael Bournival     LW     MON
Chris Bourque     LW     BOS
Gabriel Bourque     LW     NAS
Rene Bourque     LW     MON
Jay Bouwmeester     D     STL Bouwmeester's goal production started to reemerge last season. He has been burdened by a poor team his whole career, but he will be entering his first full campaign on a legitimate NHL contender. That could qualify him as a potential sleeper.
Drayson Bowman     LW     CAR
Darryl Boyce     C     TOR
Johnny Boychuk     D     BOS
Zach Boychuk     LW     CAR
Dustin Boyd     C     MON
Brad Boyes     RW     FLA
Brian Boyle     C     NYR
Dan Boyle     D     SAN Boyle has been a top tier fantasy fixture for almost a decade now. We started to see the production tail off just a little last season. It's unreasonable to expect fantasy dominance to go on forever. He will remain a decent #3 option, but don't overreach for a declining asset.
Nick Boynton     D     PHI
Tyler Bozak     C     TOR
Matt Bradley     RW     FLA
Derick Brassard     C     NYR
Justin Braun     D     SAN
Christopher Breen     D     CGY
T.J. Brennan     D     FLA
Tim Brent     C     CAR
Eric Brewer     D     TAM
Daniel Briere     C     MON
Patrice Brisebois     D     MON
Martin Brodeur     G     NJD For the first time in his career, Brodeur enters the season with a legitimate challenge to his job. Best case has him splitting time with Schneider on one of the worst teams in the league. Seems unlikely to add more than 10 wins to his sizable career total.
Mike Brodeur     G     OTT
T.J. Brodie     D     CGY
Jonas Brodin     D     MIN While he has yet to display much goal scoring acumen, the rookie performed quite well for the Wild last season. He logged huge minutes for a first year defenseman and moved the puck well. There is much offensive upside. As the Wild improve, so will Brodin's fantasy value. Look for a potential breakout season here.
Kyle Brodziak     C     MIN
David Broll     LW     TOR
Sheldon Brookbank     D     CHI
Evan Brophey     C     COL
Julien Brouillette     D     WAS
Troy Brouwer     RW     WAS
Chris Brown     C     WAS
Dustin Brown     LW     LOS
J.T. Brown     RW     TAM
Mike Brown     RW     SAN
Gilbert Brule     C     PHO
Andrew Brunette     LW     CHI
Damien Brunner     RW     NJD
Fabian Brunnstrom     LW     DET
Ilya Bryzgalov     G     MIN Despite the bizarre soundbits and Youtube clips off the ice, Bryzgalov's performance in Philly wasn't nearly as bad as it was made out to be. He had very little assistance from the men in front of him. The biggest factor at this point remains his location. Namely, will he be tending net in the KHL or the NHL come fall. Stay tuned to see if an NHL team takes a chance on him. Depending on the situation, his stock could rise quickly, or disappear forever.
Peter Budaj     G     MON
Brett Bulmer     RW     MIN
Adam Burish     RW     SAN
Alex Burmistrov     C     WIN
Brent Burns     RW     SAN
Alexandre Burrows     RW     VAN
Bobby Butler     RW     FLA
Chris Butler     D     CGY
Dane Byers     LW     COB
Dustin Byfuglien     D     WIN Byfuglien continues to score goals at the rate of a 2nd line winger, making him a valuable commodity in fantasy circles. He may have extra motivation as he tries to get the attention of U.S.A. Hockey heading into the Olympic selection process. He piles up huge minutes for the Jets and can be counted on for another solid fantasy effort in 2013-14. Start your expectations around 15 goals.
Paul Byron     C     CGY
Joe Callahan     D     FLA
Mitch Callahan     O     DET
Ryan Callahan     RW     TAM
Matt Calvert     LW     COB
Michael Cammalleri     C     CGY
Matt Campanale     D     NYI
Andrew Campbell     D     LOS
Brian Campbell     D     FLA Campbell tends get overlooked. He's used to being the best defensemen on some offensively challenged teams. Last season, his horrid plus-minus offset his normal fine point production. He's been extremely reliable over his 13 NHL seasons and no real reason to expect a significant demise just yet at age 34. There's really no upside here, but he should be counted on for another decent fantasy season in the 40 point vicinity.
Gregory Campbell     C     BOS
Jack Campbell     G     DAL
Carter Camper     C     BOS
Chris Campoli     D     MON
Luca Caputi     LW     TOR
Dan Carcillo     LW     NYR
Matt Carey     O     CHI
Paul Carey     O     COL
Matt Carkner     D     NYI
Mathieu Carle     D     MON
Matthew Carle     D     TAM
John Carlson     D     WAS Carlson contributed with another good, but not great, fantasy effort in 2013. Green has somewhat reclaimed some of the spotlight in Washington, but there's still room for Carlson to grow into a top notch fantasy option. He should set career highs this season.
Jordan Caron     RW     BOS
Sebastien Caron     G     TAM
Connor Carrick     D     WAS
Brett Carson     D     CGY
Jeff Carter     RW     LOS Jeff Carter continues to be one of the most reliable goal scoring options you can draft. He potted 26 in 48 contests last season and is still in his prime. Given a full season, you can start the bidding at around 35 goals.
Ryan Carter     C     NJD
Michael Caruso     D     FLA
Cody Ceci     D     OTT
Roman Cervenka     O     CGY
Michael Chaput     C     COB
Zdeno Chara     D     BOS Same story year after year. Few hockey players have been as consistent in fantasy production as Big Z. Goals. Assists. +/-. Penalties. All Star slap shot records. He does it all. Through 12 NHL seasons, the most games he's missed in a year is 11. Can't go wrong here.
Jonathan Cheechoo     RW     OTT
Chris Chelios     D     WIN
Ben Chiarot     D     WIN
Alex Chiasson     RW     DAL
Jason Chimera     LW     WAS
Kyle Chipchura     C     PHO
Taylor Chorney     D     EDM
Erik Christensen     C     NYR
Kris Chucko     RW     CGY
Casey Cizikas     C     NYI
Brett Clark     D     MIN
Chris Clark     RW     BOS
Mat Clark     D     ANA
David Clarkson     RW     TOR
Daniel Cleary     RW     DET
Scott Clemmensen     G     FLA
Marc-Andre Cliche     RW     COL
Kyle Clifford     LW     LOS
Matt Climie     G     VAN
Grant Clitsome     D     WIN
Ryane Clowe     LW     NJD
Rich Clune     LW     NAS
Cal Clutterbuck     RW     NYI
Braydon Coburn     D     PHI
Andrew Cogliano     C     ANA
Colby Cohen     D     BOS
Carlo Colaiacovo     D     STL
Joe Colborne     C     CGY
Erik Cole     RW     DAL
Ian Cole     D     STL
Sean Collins     C     COB
Jeremy Colliton     C     NYI
Blake Comeau     LW     COB
Mike Commodore     D     DET
Mike Comrie     C     PIT
Cory Conacher     C     BUF
Erik Condra     RW     OTT
Ty Conklin     G     DET
Kevin Connauton     D     DAL
Chris Conner     RW     PIT
Brett Connolly     RW     TAM
Mike Connolly     O     COL
Tim Connolly     C     TOR
Craig Conroy     C     CGY
Matt Cooke     LW     MIN
Patrice Cormier     C     WIN
Philippe Cornet     LW     EDM
Frank Corrado     D     VAN
Matthew Corrente     D     NJD
Joe Corvo     D     OTT
Jean-Philippe Cote     D     TAM
Logan Couture     C     SAN Couture was on pace for a career high in goals last season, and may have pressed for 40, given a full season. He continued his offensive production through the playoffs with 11 points in 11 games. Couture has become the face of the Sharks and should continue his upward momentum into 2013-14. Look for him to challenge for 35 goals and 80 points.
Sean Couturier     C     PHI
Jared Cowen     D     OTT
Charlie Coyle     C     MIN
Joey Crabb     RW     FLA
Adam Cracknell     RW     STL
Ryan Craig     C     COB
Corey Crawford     G     CHI If it's wins that you crave, consider holding out for Crawford as your #1 in net. The Hawks will surely deliver plenty in the W column again in 2013-14, and this time, assuming he stays healthy, Crawford won't have to share the net with Emery. Khabibulin will fill in only when Crawford needs a breather. His numbers last year were among the best in the league. He just needs more starts to rank with the elite.
B.J. Crombeen     RW     TAM
Sidney Crosby     C     PIT Same story every season. Crosby sits in a league by himself. When healthy. Last season, he was running away with the scoring title, and still deserved MVP honors, despite having his season cut short by a puck to the face. Even playing 3/4 of a season, he's arguably the best option on the table.
Mark Cullen     C     FLA
Matt Cullen     C     NAS
Jassen Cullimore     D     CHI
Tyler Cuma     D     MIN
Kyle Cumiskey     D     COL
Mark Cundari     D     CGY
Craig Cunningham     O     BOS
John Curry     G     MIN
Kevin Czuczman     D     NYI
Stephane Da Costa     C     OTT
Evgeny Dadonov     RW     FLA
Matt DAgostini     RW     BUF
Trevor Daley     D     DAL
Zac Dalpe     C     VAN
Jerry DAmigo     O     TOR
Yann Danis     G     EDM
Mathieu Darche     LW     MON
Pavel Datsyuk     C     DET While his best days are surely behind him, Datsyuk continues to get the job done for Detroit. Last year saw another point-per-game pace, despite crossing into his mid-30's. I wouldn't expect a major decline in production, but the slow descent may begin shortly. Look for a dip in numbers, but no enough to scare you away from a mid-draft pick.
Kaspars Daugavins     LW     BOS
Patrick Davis     C     NJD
Rob Davison     D     NJD
Nigel Dawes     LW     MON
Calvin de Haan     D     NYI
Greg de Vries     D     NAS
Mark Dekanich     G     COB
Danny DeKeyser     D     DET
Michael Del Zotto     D     NAS
Stefan Della Rovere     LW     STL
Jason Demers     D     SAN
Marc Denis     G     MON
Guillaume Desbiens     RW     CGY
Nicolas Deschamps     O     WAS
David Desharnais     C     MON
Andrew Desjardins     C     SAN
Cedrick Desjardins     G     TAM
Jeff Deslauriers     G     ANA
Nicolas Deslauriers     D     BUF
Simon Despres     D     PIT The Pens intentionally held Despres back last season, despite his enormous potential. Minutes after being bumped from the playoffs, the team made a point of saying that Despres will enjoy a much bigger role with the team in 2013-14. With the amount of goal scoring that goes on in Pittsburgh, that means plenty of potential. This will be the breakout season for Despres.
Jamie Devane     LW     TOR
Andre Deveaux     C     NYR
Raphael Diaz     D     NYR Through two NHL season, the tiny Swiss defenseman has been a mixture of productive and hurt. He sat out half of last season with a concussion, which places him on permanent injury watch in the fantasy world. He finished healthy, logging more than 20 minutes a game for Montreal, so he should be a safe bet out of the gate.
Justin DiBenedetto     C     NYI
Brenden Dillon     D     DAL
Rick DiPietro     G     NYI
Jon DiSalvatore     RW     MIN
Shane Doan     RW     PHO
Matt Donovan     D     NYI
Jamie Doornbosch     D     NYI
Derek Dorsett     RW     NYR
Drew Doughty     D     LOS Each season, expectations are out there that Doughty will be a fantasy beast, the way he was in 2009-10. After three straight mediocre seasons, the shine has started to fade. He's still a solid #1 option, but cannot be considered among the elite at this point (at least in fantasy circles).
Jake Dowell     C     MIN
Aaron Downey     RW     DET
Steve Downie     RW     PHI
Kris Draper     C     DET
Nick Drazenovic     C     PIT
Davis Drewiske     D     MON
Jonathan Drouin     LW     TAM It's scary to think how productive this rookie could be, should he find his way onto a line with Stamkos and St. Louis. He's my pick for Rookie of the Year and one of the only rookies I would spend a draft pick on this year.
Jeff Drouin-Deslaurie     G     EDM
Chris Drury     C     NYR
Wade Dubielewicz     G     MIN
Brandon Dubinsky     C     COB
Devan Dubnyk     G     MON For his first few seasons as a starter, Dubnyk had to deal with Khabibulin looking over his shoulder. He enters this season, clearly established as the man on a team that should (in theory) win a lot of games going forward. The defense remains suspect, which means a lot of action (saves), though his GAA may continue to suffer until this unit gels. He has potential for a big season, making him a sleeper target late in your draft.
Matt Duchene     C     COL
Jeremy Duchesne     G     PHI
Mike Duco     RW     VAN
Matt Dumba     D     MIN
Gabriel Dumont     C     MON
J.P. Dumont     RW     NAS
Brian Dumoulin     D     PIT
Brodie Dupont     C     NAS
Pascal Dupuis     LW     PIT Dupuis is a personal favorite here at Landsharkhockey, so I must be careful not to artificially inflate his value. If the Pens ever find room for him on the power play, this guy could pop in 30 goals without a problem. As long as the lineup remains stacked, you'll have to settle for a steady stream of even strength tallies.
Philippe Dupuis     C     TOR
Chris Durno     LW     COL
Radek Dvorak     RW     CAR
Patrick Dwyer     RW     CAR
Dave Dziurzynski     LW     OTT
Ben Eager     LW     EDM
Cody Eakin     C     DAL
Robbie Earl     LW     MIN
Mark Eaton     D     PIT
Patrick Eaves     RW     NAS
Andrew Ebbett     C     PIT
Jordan Eberle     RW     EDM Eberle's production slipped a bit in his 3rd NHL season, failing to build on his previous year's success. He was still a decent fantasy winger. Look for a major rebound in his numbers in 2013-14. He should deliver near point-per-game output and is a very good bet for 30 goals. If the stars align, he could join teammate Taylor Hall in the hunt for a scoring title this season.
Tyler Eckford     D     PHO
Alexander Edler     D     VAN Edler piled up fantasy points again last season, thanks to a blend of goals, assists and PIMs. While he had struggled with injuries for several seasons, he has been a picture of good health for the last 2 seasons. The once powerful fantasy back-end in Vancouver has been whittled away over the years, leaving Edler as the go-to guy to carry the puck. Look for another solid fantasy effort in the mid-40 point range.
Christian Ehrhoff     D     BUF Ehrhoff has been a solid fantasy producer throughout his career, provided he was healthy. Playing on a struggling Sabres lineup will limit his value a bit; however, there's no reason to expect a significant dropoff this time around. 40-points is a good target.
Mattias Ekholm     D     NAS
Oliver Ekman-Larsson     D     PHO Ekman-Larsson continues to progress, heading into his fourth season in the NHL. He has been a bit overshadowed by Yandle in Phoenix, but that shouldn't stop you from snatching him up mid-draft. He should set a career high in points, and may make a go at 50.
Patrik Elias     LW     NJD
Corey Elkins     C     LOS
Lars Eller     C     MON
Keaton Ellerby     D     WIN
Brian Elliott     G     STL Elliot seemed to regain control of the goalie situation down the stretch and into the playoffs last seasons. He failed to live up to the insane standard he set the previous year, but made a strong case for #1 job. However, Hitchcock has proven to be quick to change, given his options in net. Should he secure the net full time, his stock could rise. Seems more likely to endure another split crease in 2013-14, which severely limits his viability.
Stefan Elliott     D     COL
Dan Ellis     G     FLA
Matt Ellis     LW     BUF
Ryan Ellis     D     NAS
Alexei Emelin     D     MON
Ray Emery     G     PHI High Risk, High Reward is the overused phrase that most applies to Ray Emery in the goalie discussion. Emery has paid his dues and shaken the poor reputation he earned early in his career. He put together a fantastic effort as 1B in Chicago last season, and he's ready to make a go at being the Main Man again. His only hurdle will be to dispose of Mason in training camp. His value comes down to two factors: 1. Health. 2. Flyer Rebound. Philly has to be better this year, but that depends on them finding their way defensively. Assuming they prove 2013 to be a fluke, the Flyers should re-establish themselves as a contender, making Emery a very nice (and probably cheap) option for your fantasy squad. Snag him mid-draft and look very smart come Winter.
Steve Eminger     D     NYR
Cory Emmerton     C     DET
Deryk Engelland     D     PIT
Andreas Engqvist     C     MON
Tyler Ennis     C     BUF
Jhonas Enroth     G     BUF Given the uncertainty surrounding Miller and his future in Buffalo, Enroth could emerge as a hot sleeper option this season. He has been consistent (albeit nothing particularly special) as Miller's #2 over the past few season. He has stepped up in short stretches, but overall, hasn't excited. Should he default into the #1, his value will obviously rise.
Tobias Enstrom     D     WIN Following a strong start, Enstrom bowed out early last season with a shoulder injury. Upon returning, he struggled to put up points and ended the season back in the nurse's station with an achin' back. Obviously, injuries will continue to be a concern for Enstrom; however, you can probably wait on him as many will have forgotten on gotten gunshy on trust. Should he return to good health, he should return to the 3rd tier of fantasy defensemen.
Martin Erat     RW     PHO
Jonathan Ericsson     D     DET
Anders Eriksson     D     NYR
Joacim Eriksson     G     VAN
Loui Eriksson     RW     BOS Eriksson has been a steady, but un-spectactular fantasy option for the past half decade. During that time, he has managed to somehow linger under the radar for many fantasy players. The move to Boston may boost his production and fantasy value even further. Don't miss out on this potential sleeper star.
Tim Erixon     D     COB
Erik Ersberg     G     LOS
John Erskine     D     WAS
Emerson Etem     RW     ANA
Garnet Exelby     D     TOR
Brian Fahey     D     CHI
Cade Fairchild     D     STL
Justin Falk     D     NYR
Jesper Fast     RW     NYR
Viktor Fasth     G     EDM Fasth rose unexpectedly last season to challenge, and nearly surpass, Hiller for the top job in Anaheim. Given the success of that duo last season, it wouldn't be shocking to see a repeat of the 1A/1B scenario. While that may spell good news for the Ducks, it's a dreaded scenario for fantasy owners.
Justin Faulk     D     CAR With McBain and Corvo leaving town, Faulk defaults into the #1 offensive defenseman role in Carolina. Not that this is much to brag about, but somebody has to eat up those power play minutes. He won't be high on the radar on draft day, so you can probably nab him as a late sleeper and enjoy some moderate, unexciting, average production from him in 2013-14.
Mark Fayne     D     NJD
Ruslan Fedotenko     LW     PHI
Taylor Fedun     D     EDM
Eric Fehr     RW     WAS
Andrew Ference     D     EDM
Manny Fernandez     G     BOS
Landon Ferraro     O     DET
Benn Ferriero     RW     VAN
Brett Festerling     D     WIN
Vernon Fiddler     C     DAL
Nikita Filatov     LW     OTT
Valtteri Filppula     C     TAM
Jeff Finger     D     TOR
Joe Finley     D     NYI
Mike Fisher     C     NAS
Mark Fistric     D     ANA
Tomas Fleischmann     LW     FLA
Marc-Andre Fleury     G     PIT You'll need to focus hard, but try and forget what happened in last year's playoffs. And the playoffs the year before that. Focus. In the regular season (which is what we care about in fantasy town), Fleury has been a very good option. The Pens (for some unknown reason) insist on standing behind him as their #1, despite having a far more stable option in Vokoun at the ready. As long as that vote of confidence remains from the man behind the bench, Fleury will carry significant fantasy value. The Pens promise to rack up the wins again this year, and the Flower is the default option to gather those Ws. Because of his post-season struggles, you will probably see Fleury slide deep come draft time, making him a potential sleeper win.
Mark Flood     D     WIN
Justin Florek     O     BOS
Brian Flynn     C     BUF
Marcus Foligno     LW     BUF
Nick Foligno     LW     COB
Christian Folin     D     MIN
Justin Fontaine     RW     MIN
Adam Foote     D     COL
Filip Forsberg     RW     NAS
Peter Forsberg     C     COL
Maxime Fortunus     D     DAL
Brian Foster     G     FLA
Kurtis Foster     D     PHI
Kris Foucault     LW     MIN
Cam Fowler     D     ANA
Cody Franson     D     TOR Franson had a bit of a breakout season last year, popping in 29 points in 45 games. He was nearly equal to Phaneuf in terms of fantasy reliability last season and logged huge minutes for the Leafs, particularly through the playoffs. Look for the upward trend to continue as he enters his 5th NHL season.
Johan Franzen     RW     DET
Colin Fraser     C     LOS
Jamie Fraser     D     NYI
Mark Fraser     D     EDM
Matt Fraser     RW     BOS
Matt Frattin     RW     COB
Jeff Frazee     G     NJD
Kris Fredheim     D     MIN
Trevor Frischmon     C     COB
Jamie Fritsch     D     PHI
Dan Fritsche     C     MIN
Mitch Fritz     LW     NYI
Jonas Frogren     D     TOR
Michael Frolik     RW     WIN
Alexander Frolov     LW     NYR
Marian Gaborik     RW     LOS Gaborik struggled through a rocky season in 2013 with the Rangers before being dealt to the Jackets at the deadline. He is now the showcase attraction in town once more. It remains to be seen what he will do in a full season with Columbus, but you should figure on a serous rebound from last year's disappointing numbers. Two straight healthy seasons have me willing to take a gamble on him.
Simon Gagne     LW     PHI
Sam Gagner     C     EDM Gagner has yet to live up to his high draft status, though he has shown offensive brilliance in smaller spurts. As the young Oilers continue to progress, Gagner's production should rise. Expect career numbers for him in 2013-14, but not by much.
Aaron Gagnon     C     WIN
Alex Galchenyuk     C     MON Galchenyuk had a fine rookie season and is poised for a potential breakout campaign in his second year with Montreal. Despite playing 3rd line minutes, he made a strong case for the Calder. He should move up the depth chart for the Habs this season and become a worthy fantasy factor.
T.J. Galiardi     LW     CGY
Brendan Gallagher     RW     MON
Brett Gallant     O     NYI
Ryan Garbutt     C     DAL
Jake Gardiner     D     TOR
Mathieu Garon     G     TAM
Jason Garrison     D     VAN
Johnny Gaudreau     O     CGY
Cameron Gaunce     D     DAL
Paul Gaustad     C     NAS
Denis Gauthier     D     LOS
Luke Gazdic     LW     EDM
Eric Gelinas     D     NJD
Chay Genoway     D     MIN
Blake Geoffrion     C     NAS
Nathan Gerbe     LW     CAR
Martin Gerber     G     EDM
Bruno Gervais     D     PHI
Ryan Getzlaf     C     ANA After a major setback in 2011-12, Getzlaf rebounded nicely last season, returning to point-per-game production levels. His overally fantasy production landed him in 8th place among forwards. It may be setting the bar high to expect a repeat of those numbers, but there's no reason to expect a significant decline. He's a steady, safe center pick.
Brian Gibbons     O     PIT
John Gibson     G     ANA
Jean-Sebastien Giguere     G     COL
Tom Gilbert     D     FLA
Hal Gill     D     PHI
Colton Gillies     LW     COB
Trevor Gillies     LW     NYI
Matt Gilroy     D     FLA
Brian Gionta     RW     MON
Stephen Gionta     RW     NJD
Mark Giordano     D     CGY
Dan Girardi     D     NYR
Zemgus Girgensons     C     BUF
Alexandre Giroux     LW     COB
Claude Giroux     C     PHI Giroux kept his production at a point a game last season, despite the problems around him in Philly. He suffered a freak golfing accident (who hasn't?) this summer, but reports have him on pace to be ready for the start of the regular season. He still holds a spot among the top options on offense.
Tanner Glass     LW     PIT
Tim Gleason     D     TOR
Curtis Glencross     LW     CGY
Luke Glendening     C     DET
Scott Glennie     RW     DAL
Marcel Goc     C     PIT
Eric Godard     RW     DAL
Alex Goligoski     D     DAL
Cody Goloubef     D     COB
Scott Gomez     C     FLA
Sergei Gonchar     D     DAL
Andrew Gordon     RW     VAN
Boyd Gordon     C     EDM
Josh Gorges     D     MON
Brandon Gormley     D     PHO
Michael Grabner     RW     NYI
Mikhail Grabovski     C     WAS
Evgeny Grachev     C     STL
Marc-Andre Gragnani     D     CAR
Petter Granberg     D     TOR
Markus Granlund     O     CGY
Mikael Granlund     C     MIN
Alex Grant     D     OTT
Derek Grant     C     OTT
Triston Grant     LW     NAS
Denis Grebeshkov     D     EDM
Josh Green     C     EDM
Mike Green     D     WAS The arrival of Adam Oates as coach did wonders for Green's stock. Towards the end of Boudreau's tenure, Green was shackled (and often injured), plummeting his fantasy value. Given the right to freewheel once again, he has reemerged as a top notch fantasy threat. Look for a return to double-digit goals this season.
Andy Greene     D     NJD
Matt Greene     D     LOS
Colin Greening     LW     OTT
Kyle Greentree     LW     CGY
Thomas Greiss     G     PHO
Mike Grier     RW     BUF
Mikhail Grigorenko     C     BUF
Nicklas Grossmann     D     PHI
Philipp Grubauer     G     WAS
Eric Gryba     D     OTT
Radko Gudas     D     TAM
Erik Gudbranson     D     FLA
Kristers Gudlevskis     G     TAM
Nate Guenin     D     COL
Bill Guerin     RW     PIT
Ben Guite     RW     NAS
Carl Gunnarsson     D     TOR
Anton Gustafsson     LW     WAS
Erik Gustafsson     D     PHI
Jonas Gustavsson     G     DET
Matt Hackett     G     BUF
Carl Hagelin     LW     NYR
Niklas Hagman     LW     CGY
Ron Hainsey     D     CAR
Jaroslav Halak     G     WAS Should the Blues ever settle on a goalie, the winner of that lottery will emerge as a solid fantasy starter. Halak, Elliot, and newcomer Allen split the action 3 ways last season, to the detriment of each other. It's a bit of crap-shoot predicting the front runner, but I'm betting on Halak re-emerging this season as the top option for St. Louis. His GAA over the past two seasons has been among the best in the league. Don't bank on him as your #1 man to start the season, but you can take a flier on him late in the draft and potentially strike gold.
David Hale     D     OTT
Micheal Haley     C     NYR
Matt Halischuk     RW     WIN
Adam Hall     RW     PHI
Taylor Hall     LW     EDM Hall met high expectations last season with a breakout performance of 50 points in 45 games. Expect that pace to increase, as the stable of offensive horses are unleashed this season in Edmonton. Hall has the potential to challenge for scoring champ in 2013-14.
Mike Halmo     O     NYI
Jeff Halpern     C     PHO
Dan Hamhuis     D     VAN
Zach Hamill     C     BOS
Dougie Hamilton     D     BOS Hamilton entered his rookie season with high expectations. At times, he met those, at other times, he faded from view. Ultimately, he had a respectable set of numbers by season's end. Look for the progression to continue this season. He could easily bust out with a big 40-50 point season.
Freddie Hamilton     C     SAN
Ryan Hamilton     LW     EDM
Andrew Hammond     G     OTT
Travis Hamonic     D     NYI As an all-around fantasy contributor, Hamonic has the potential to break out this season. Despite his stature, he piles up the pentalty minutes. The playoffs last season showed what an enormous pest he can be. Too bad there's no fantasy stat for annoying. Sticking to the stats that are counted, his production continues to improve entering his fourth NHL campaign. Definite upside here.
Roman Hamrlik     D     NYR
Michal Handzus     C     CHI
Scott Hannan     D     SAN
Ben Hanowski     LW     CGY
Jannik Hansen     RW     VAN
Christian Hanson     C     WAS
Martin Hanzal     C     PHO
Josh Harding     G     MIN
Johan Harju     LW     TAM
Jay Harrison     D     CAR
Peter Harrold     D     NJD
Teemu Hartikainen     C     EDM
Scott Hartnell     LW     PHI
Erik Haula     O     MIN
Niclas Havelid     D     NJD
Martin Havlat     RW     SAN
Eriah Hayes     O     SAN
Jimmy Hayes     RW     FLA
Dany Heatley     RW     MIN
Jochen Hecht     LW     BUF
Johan Hedberg     G     NJD
Bret Hedican     D     ANA
Victor Hedman     D     TAM Hedman entered the NHL with enormous fantasy expectations, due mostly to his high draft status. While he has been serviceable for the Lightning in the real world, he has yet to become a significant factor in the fantasy world. His points per game did tick in the positive direction last season, but not enough to get overly excited. If you're satisfied with 8 goals and 32 points, he's your man.
Calvin Heeter     G     PHI
Ilkka Heikkinen     D     NYR
Jan Hejda     D     COL
Milan Hejduk     RW     COL
Riku Helenius     G     TAM
Magnus Hellberg     G     NAS
Darren Helm     C     DET
Bryan Helmer     D     WAS
Ales Hemsky     RW     OTT
Kevin Henderson     LW     NAS
Matt Hendricks     C     EDM
Jordan Hendry     D     ANA
Josh Hennessy     C     BOS
Adam Henrique     C     NJD
Alex Henry     D     MON
T.J. Hensick     C     STL
Tomas Hertl     LW     SAN
Shaun Heshka     D     PHO
Jamie Heward     D     TOR
Thomas Hickey     D     NYI
Chris Higgins     LW     VAN
Andy Hilbert     C     MIN
Jack Hillen     D     WAS
Jonas Hiller     G     ANA Should the specter of the shared crease be vanquished, Hiller could see his stock rise. However, given the effective split with Fasth last season, and the success Anaheim enjoyed with the pair, it's unwise to bank on a full slate of games from Hiller.
Niklas Hjalmarsson     D     CHI
Shane Hnidy     D     BOS
Cody Hodgson     C     BUF
Mike Hoffman     C     OTT
Nick Holden     D     COL
Patrick Holland     RW     MON
Peter Holland     C     TOR
Ryan Hollweg     LW     PHO
Ben Holmstrom     C     PHI
Tomas Holmstrom     RW     DET
Jonas Holos     D     COL
Chris Holt     G     STL
Braden Holtby     G     WAS Holtby put together a solid fantasy campaign in 2013, finishing 6th in total fantasy points at the goalie position. This, on the heals of a fantastic playoff run in 2012. So why do we project a slight dip in performance in 2013-14? A few reasons: The Caps did nothing to get better over the summer. In fact, they probably lost an edge. They will be playing a tougher schedule than they've become accustomed to under the new landscape. Bottom line: Holtby won't have much help. He's still a potential starting goalie for your squad, but just barely.
Korbinian Holzer     D     TOR
Roman Horak     LW     EDM
Shawn Horcoff     C     DAL
Darcy Hordichuk     LW     EDM
Patric Hornqvist     RW     NAS
Nathan Horton     RW     COB
Marian Hossa     RW     CHI After countless injuries and 15 seasons in the NHL, Hossa's best days are clearly behind him. He remains a dependable all around player for the Hawks, but that will translate less and less going forward in fantasy numbers. Look for the numbers to trail off a bit this season, even if he manages to play 82 for the first time since 2007.
Jimmy Howard     G     DET Howard has been a reliable fantasy option for four years now. He stepped it up a notch last season, arguably carrying them into the playoffs. The Wings have committing to him for the long haul, so he won't have contract issues on his mind. Detroit's young defensive crew is coming together nicely and ought to provide enough support for Howard to make it 5 straight seasons as a solid fantasy keeper.
Quinton Howden     C     FLA
Jonathan Huberdeau     LW     FLA Huberdeau was quite impressive right out of the shoot in his rookie season, especially considering the lack of help in Florida. He should continue to progress as he assumes the lead offensive role with the Panthers. He should get as many minutes as he can handle. Look for 60+ points in his sophomore season
Jiri Hudler     LW     CGY
Cristobal Huet     G     CHI
Brad Hunt     D     EDM
Trent Hunter     RW     LOS
Matt Hunwick     D     COL
Shawn Hunwick     G     COB
Kristian Huselius     LW     COB
Kent Huskins     D     PHI
Andrew Hutchinson     D     PIT
Michael Hutchinson     G     WIN
Carter Hutton     G     NAS
Jarome Iginla     RW     BOS What seemed like a dream situation in Pittsburgh never seemed to materialize. Iginla was forced to the opposite wing, which clearly messed with his results. Now that he (finally) will be making his way to Boston and playing on the right side with some of the best set up centers in the league, it may be a late revival for one of the best goal scorers of the last 15 years. 30 goals should be a lock.
Leland Irving     G     CGY
Brayden Irwin     C     TOR
Matt Irwin     D     SAN
Raitis Ivanans     LW     CGY
Barret Jackman     D     STL
Tim Jackman     RW     ANA
Scott Jackson     D     TAM
Jean-Francois Jacques     LW     ANA
Jason Jaffray     LW     WIN
Jaromir Jagr     RW     NJD
Dan Jancevski     D     DAL
Doug Janik     D     DET
Cam Janssen     RW     NJD
Calle Jarnkrok     O     NAS
Dmitrij Jaskin     RW     STL
Dustin Jeffrey     C     DAL
Boone Jenner     C     COB
Nicklas Jensen     LW     VAN
Hugh Jessiman     RW     FLA
Jesse Joensuu     LW     EDM
Ryan Johansen     C     COB
Marcus Johansson     LW     WAS
Aaron Johnson     D     BOS
Brent Johnson     G     PIT
Chad Johnson     G     BOS
Erik Johnson     D     COL
Jack Johnson     D     COB Johnson has established himself as a good, but not great, fantasy option. The Jackets should score more than ever this season, and nobody logs more minutes for Columbus than Jack. Look for another season flirting with 40 points.
Justin Johnson     O     NYI
Nick Johnson     RW     BOS
Ryan Johnson     C     DET
Tyler Johnson     C     TAM
Kim Johnsson     D     CHI
Jussi Jokinen     C     PIT
Olli Jokinen     C     WIN
Blair Jones     C     CGY
David Jones     RW     CGY
Martin Jones     G     LOS
Randy Jones     D     WIN
Ryan Jones     LW     EDM
Seth Jones     D     NAS It was a bit surprising to see Jones slide to the Preds with the #4 pick at the draft, but don't be surprised if he comes through with a strong rookie season. Should he get paired up with Shea Weber, he will definitely be worth a late round look.
Michal Jordan     D     CAR
Jacob Josefson     C     NJD
Curtis Joseph     G     TOR
Roman Josi     D     NAS Josi's fortunes may largely be impacted in training camp once we see how the pairings may play out. Should the Preds opt to pair Weber with the rookie Jones, Josi may see his trajectory slow down. Josi spent some time with the big guy last season, which helped his progression and production. Assume the best for Josi and view him as an emerging asset.
Derek Joslin     D     VAN
Andrew Joudrey     C     COB
Ed Jovanovski     D     FLA
Jonas Junland     D     STL
Milan Jurcina     D     NYI
Tomas Jurco     O     DET
Frantisek Kaberle     D     CAR
Tomas Kaberle     D     MON
Nazem Kadri     C     TOR After struggling to find his niche with the club through his first few seasons, Kadri delivered on his high expectations last season, averaging nearly a point a game and finishing in the top 20 for overall fantasy value on offense. He should continue that climb upwards this season and is a lock to set new career highs in goals and points.
Patrick Kaleta     RW     BUF
Dmitri Kalinin     D     PHO
Jon Kalinski     C     PHI
Petr Kalus     LW     MIN
Steve Kampfer     D     BOS
Tomas Kana     C     COB
Evander Kane     LW     WIN Kane had a bit of a breakout in 2011-12 with a 30 goal effort, but with a relatively paltry assist total, he finished with just 57 points. This should be the year that Kane breaks out into clear star status. Another 30 goals should be a given, but expect a better showing in the 2nd column.
Patrick Kane     RW     CHI Kane struggled a bit in 2011-12, but came roaring back last season, making him one of the premier wingers in fantasy hockey. His playoff performance further enhanced his value. Top winger on one of the top offenses in the game. Kane is a safe pick for another solid fantasy season.
Paul Kariya     O     STL
Erik Karlsson     D     OTT A wayward skate disrupted Karlsson's inevitable 2nd Norris Trophy bid. Following his early comeback entering the playoffs, there's no reason to doubt he will re-emerge as the top NHL fantasy defenseman. Look for a return to the 15-20 goal range and 70+ point mark.
Henrik Karlsson     G     CGY
Matt Kassian     LW     OTT
Zack Kassian     RW     VAN
Mark Katic     D     NYI
Bracken Kearns     C     SAN
Duncan Keith     D     CHI Keith had experienced a slow decline following his monster season in 2010. He rebounded nicely last year, along with the entire Hawks team, posting solid fantasy numbers again. He kept it rolling through the playoffs, giving hope that fantasy owners will be rewarding by adding him to their defense early. Set your points expectations in the mid-40's.
Ryan Keller     RW     OTT
Chris Kelly     C     BOS
Tim Kennedy     LW     PHO
Tyler Kennedy     LW     SAN
Ryan Kesler     C     VAN Kesler has become the forgotten man in fantasy circles over the past two seasons. A poor season, followed up by an injured plagued one has relegated him to the deep recesses of options on offense. Don't be the guy who says, "oh, I forgot about him" at your draft. He puts up points and PIMS at an impressive rate when healthy. He finished last season healthy enough to put up 8 points in 10 games.
Phil Kessel     RW     TOR If you're a big fan of 30-goal scorers, Phil Kessel is your man. He's hit that mark for 5 straight seasons (if you pro-rate last year's numbers, that is). Despite bouncing around with various centers over the past two seasons, he has been extremely productive. He may challenge his career high 82 points this time around.
Nikolai Khabibulin     G     CHI
Alexander Khokhlachev     O     BOS
Anton Khudobin     G     CAR Khudobin has posted outstanding numbers in limited action as a backup in Boston for the past few seasons. The defense in Carolina will in no way resemble what he enjoyed with the Bruins. Opportunity may be better, however. Ward remains the undisputed #1; however, injuries, and a spotty record over the past few years, may open the door for Khudobin to prove his worth.
Alex Killorn     LW     TAM
Jakub Kindl     D     DET Kindl was used somewhat sparingly by the Wings last season, but came on with a nice little offensive burst late in the season. That production carried into the playoffs. He will likely never be a top tier fantasy option, but he should be serviceable this season and will be around late in your draft.
D.J. King     LW     WAS
Dwight King     LW     LOS
Keith Kinkaid     G     NJD
Geoff Kinrade     D     TAM
Miikka Kiprusoff     G     CGY
Linus Klasen     LW     NAS
Ken Klee     D     PHO
Oscar Klefbom     D     EDM
Kevin Klein     D     NYR
Anton Klementyev     D     NYI
Rostislav Klesla     D     BUF
Carl Klingberg     LW     WIN
Rob Klinkhammer     LW     PHO
Connor Knapp     G     BUF
Corban Knight     O     CGY
Mike Knuble     RW     PHI
Chuck Kobasew     RW     PIT
David Koci     LW     WIN
Dustin Kohn     D     NYI
Ville Koistinen     D     FLA
Mikko Koivu     C     MIN
Saku Koivu     C     ANA
Krys Kolanos     C     CGY
Chad Kolarik     C     NYR
Olaf Kolzig     G     TOR
Leo Komarov     O     TOR
Mike Komisarek     D     CAR
Matthew Konan     D     PHI
Zenon Konopka     C     BUF
Tomas Kopecky     RW     FLA
Anze Kopitar     C     LOS Given his talent, it seems like he should be able to give fantasy owners just a little more than he has to date. He has the potential to challenge the scoring leaders in any given season, but has yet to do so effectively. That said, he has been at or near point-per-game production for many seasons. No reason to doubt he should do the same this time around.
Dmitry Korobov     D     TAM
Lauri Korpikoski     LW     PHO
Mikko Koskinen     G     NYI
Andrei Kostitsyn     RW     MON
Sergei Kostitsyn     LW     NAS
Michael Kostka     D     TAM
Tom Kostopoulos     RW     NJD
Ales Kotalik     RW     BUF
Ilya Kovalchuk     LW     NJD
Alex Kovalev     RW     FLA
Brent Krahn     G     DAL
Lukas Krajicek     D     PHI
Chris Kreider     C     NYR
David Krejci     C     BOS Maybe one of these seasons, Krejci will stop saving his best play for the postseason and deliver us some of that magic when fantasy owners need it most. He's an underrated option that has the potential to come up big, at least in terms of assists. You can probably wait and grab him late in the draft.
Niklas Kronwall     D     DET For years, the knock on Kronwall was durability. He now has posted back to back seasons with perfect attendance. Along with that stability, he has upped his offensive production a notch. Though no replacement, he has helped ease the transition out of the Lidstrom era. Kronwall is a safe pick and will remain a solid fantasy contributor. He may challenge his career high of 51 points this time around.
Staffan Kronwall     D     CGY
Torey Krug     D     BOS
Marcus Kruger     C     CHI
Filip Kuba     D     FLA
Tomas Kubalik     RW     COB
Pavel Kubina     D     TAM
Nikita Kucherov     O     TAM
Darcy Kuemper     G     MIN
Lasse Kukkonen     D     PHI
Arturs Kulda     D     WIN
Nikolai Kulemin     LW     TOR
Dmitry Kulikov     D     FLA
Tomas Kundratek     D     WAS
Chris Kunitz     LW     PIT Last season was special for Kunitz. It was fantastic. But it will never happen again. Kunitz finished 2nd overall in fantasy points and was a legitimate challenger for the Art Ross Trophy once it was clear that Crosby wouldn't return. But without Crosby, the production slowed down considerably. He should continue to provide piggy-back value from Crosby and/or Malkin, but a repeat of last year's magic is extremely unlikely.
Cody Kunyk     O     TAM
Evgeny Kuznetsov     O     WAS
Milan Kytnar     C     EDM
Teemu Laakso     D     NAS
Jason LaBarbera     G     CHI
Pierre-Cedric Labrie     LW     TAM
Eddie Lack     G     VAN
Dan LaCosta     G     COB
Andrew Ladd     LW     WIN Ladd is a bit underrated and overlooked in the fantasy world. The Jets captain had a career year in 2013 coming close to a point a game and finishing top 25 in total fantasy value. He's become a reliable goal scorer and should be good for another 25+ this season.
Brooks Laich     C     WAS
Kellan Lain     O     VAN
David Laliberte     RW     PHI
Patrick Lalime     G     BUF
Shawn Lalonde     D     CHI
Anton Lander     C     EDM
Gabriel Landeskog     LW     COL
Jamie Langenbrunner     RW     STL
Daymond Langkow     C     PHO
Ian Laperriere     RW     PHI
Maxim Lapierre     C     STL
Chad LaRose     LW     CAR
Philip Larsen     D     EDM
Adam Larsson     D     NJD
Johan Larsson     LW     BUF
Brian Lashoff     D     DET
Matt Lashoff     D     TOR
Guillaume Latendresse     LW     OTT
Michael Latta     C     WAS
Scott Laughton     LW     PHI
Oliver Lauridsen     D     PHI
Nathan Lawson     G     OTT
Jay Leach     D     NJD
Brett Lebda     D     NAS
Drew LeBlanc     C     CHI
Louis Leblanc     C     MON
Peter LeBlanc     O     WAS
Vincent Lecavalier     C     PHI
Pascal Leclaire     G     OTT
Nick Leddy     D     CHI
Anders Lee     C     NYI
Brian Lee     D     TAM
Manny Legace     G     CAR
David Legwand     C     DET
Scott Lehman     D     WIN
Robin Lehner     G     OTT
Kari Lehtonen     G     DAL For years, injuries limited the productivity here, but that seems to be in the past now. Lehtonen has turned in 3 consecutive healthy seasons as a dependable, though not particularly thrilling, starter. Dallas made some solid moves in the offseason and may be a contending team again this season. Lehtonen likewise has the potential to emerge as a fantasy #1.
Michael Leighton     G     COB
Ville Leino     LW     BUF
Josh Leivo     LW     TOR
David LeNeveu     G     EDM
Jordan Leopold     D     STL
Sami Lepisto     D     CHI
Francis Lessard     RW     OTT
Lucas Lessio     LW     PHO
Kris Letang     D     PIT A late season injury most likely cost Letang his first Norris Trophy last season. He led defensemen in scoring up until the end of the season. His goal production was down a notch, but he continues to run the machine from the back end for the powerful Pens. Expect another solid fantasy season for Letang. Should he stay healthy (which has always been problematic due to his style of play), he could be the best value on defense.
Mark Letestu     C     COB
Pierre-Luc Letourneau-Leblond     LW     PIT
Grant Lewis     D     WIN
Trevor Lewis     C     LOS
Nicklas Lidstrom     D     DET
Nathan Lieuwen     G     BUF
David Liffiton     D     COL
John-Michael Liles     D     CAR
Andreas Lilja     D     PHI
Anders Lindback     G     TAM Lindback likely has almost a 50/50 shot of regaining the #1 job in Tampa Bay. Unfortunately for your draft, that scenario won't play out until just before, or early into, the season. Even so, goaltending in Tampa hasn't been a good thing in fantasy hockey since Darren Puppa left town.
Matt Lindblad     O     BOS
Elias Lindholm     C     CAR
Hampus Lindholm     D     ANA
Joakim Lindstrom     C     COL
Enver Lisin     O     NYR
Bryan Little     C     WIN
Corey Locke     C     OTT
Andrei Loktionov     C     CAR
Matthew Lombardi     C     ANA
Ben Lovejoy     D     ANA
Milan Lucic     LW     BOS Lucic completely disappeared as the season wore on, to the point where he was a healthy scratch going into the playoffs. That all got sorted out nicely in the postseason, as he returned to his beastly self. Look for a big rebound in 2013-14.
Brad Lukowich     D     DAL
Mike Lundin     D     OTT
Jamie Lundmark     C     TOR
Henrik Lundqvist     G     NYR While he fell just shy of another Vezina nod last season, you simply cannot get more in terms of reliability than Hank. I suspect that the coaching change will have an overall positive effect on his fantasy numbers. He should see significantly more shots this season, which means more saves. And the shots that Torts dictated be blocked out front tended to be the easier saves for a goalie. Logically, you should see a higher save percentage, more saves, and overall total domination for Lundqvist as this year's top goalie pick.
Roberto Luongo     G     FLA The goalie trade finally materialized for the Canucks, but of course, it didn't go according to the plan. Luongo now finds himself as the surprise unchallenged starter for Vancouver. Assuming everyone can kiss and make up, this has the makings of a potentially strong comeback season for Luongo on the fantasy front. On the downside, if Coach Torts has his way, Luongo will see less shots than he has been accustomed to, meaning the saves column will take a hit. Still, the increased volume of play will make him a viable #1 option in net once more. The added incentive to play his way into the #1 job for Team Canada won't hurt much either.
Joffrey Lupul     LW     TOR Lupul has missed significant time over the last two seasons, appearing in just 16 contests last year; however, over that time, he has averaged just over a point per game. Paired once again with Kessel, Lupul should continue to be one of the most dynamic options at the LW position this season.
Toni Lydman     D     ANA
Olli Maatta     D     PIT
Clarke MacArthur     LW     OTT
Lane MacDermid     LW     CGY
Andrew MacDonald     D     PHI
Joey MacDonald     G     CGY
Maxime Macenauer     C     WIN
Spencer Machacek     RW     WIN
Ray Macias     D     LOS
Drew MacIntyre     G     TOR
Steve MacIntyre     LW     PIT
Aaron MacKenzie     D     COL
Derek MacKenzie     C     COB
Nathan MacKinnon     C     COL This year's #1 overall draft pick should have little trouble finding his way onto one of the top 2 lines in Colorado. His potential upside makes him a risk worth taking in the middle to late rounds of your draft.
Brett MacLean     LW     WIN
John Madden     C     MIN
Olivier Magnan     D     NJD
Adam Mair     C     PHI
Manny Malhotra     C     CAR
Marek Malik     D     TAM
Evgeni Malkin     C     PIT It's been four years now since Malkin put in anything close to a full season of games for the Penguins. That puts him in fine company with his teammate Crosby as the best injury-prone player in the world. He was recovered in time for the playoffs and should be primed for another strong season. Just don't bank on more than 60 games.
Brad Malone     C     COL
Ryan Malone     LW     TAM
Kirk Maltby     LW     DET
Mark Mancari     RW     VAN
Brandon Manning     D     PHI
Peter Mannino     G     WIN
Paul Mara     D     MON
Brad Marchand     LW     BOS Marchand is a bit underrated in terms of fantasy value, but he continues to produce across the columns. His speed and grit net him goals, assists, and a good helping of penalty minutes, to complement one of the best +/- numbers year after year. He's just hitting his prime and is worth an early look.
Todd Marchant     C     ANA
Alexey Marchenko     D     DET
Martin Marincin     D     EDM
Andrei Markov     D     MON Last season, Markov was shockingly healthy and remarkably productive. His talent and reliability have never been an issue when he's on the ice. However, last season's full slate of games was clearly an anomoly. You're rolling those dice to believe he can do it twice in a row. If the gamble pays off, you could have a top 5 fantasy option. More likely, you'll get production for 3/4 of the season and nothing for the rest.
Jacob Markstrom     G     VAN Markstrom appears ready to make his first serious go at being a number one goaltender. He split the duties last season. Florida leaves little to get excited about, so consider him as a depth option in larger leagues only.
Patrick Marleau     LW     SAN Marleau's fantasy numbers have been on a steady decline for some time now. However, he continues to pop in enough goals to keep him very relevant. While the best is the past here, you should be able to settle for 25 goals with a mid to late round draft selection.
Patrick Maroon     LW     ANA
Kevin Marshall     D     WAS
Matt Martin     LW     NYI
Paul Martin     D     PIT Martin's career was seemingly reborn last season. After nearly being run out of town last summer, Martin had a terrific comeback campaign, spoiled by a mid-season wrist injury. At times, he showed up Letang and made a case to be the #1 power play QB for the mighty Pens. Given a full season of good health, it's reasonable to expect career highs from Martin in 2013-14.
Radek Martinek     D     NYI
Alec Martinez     D     LOS
Brandon Mashinter     LW     CHI
Chris Mason     G     NAS
Steve Mason     G     PHI The Flyers aren't committing to either Mason or Emery heading into camp. So in theory, Mason could find himself as the starting goalie on a decent NHL squad this season. Comparing his performance over the past 4 seasons versus that of Emery, it seems more likely that Mason rides it out as a backup. Consider it a significant gamble to put your faith in Mason this season.
Jon Matsumoto     C     CAR
Stefan Matteau     C     NJD
Shawn Matthias     C     VAN
Greg Mauldin     C     COL
Ben Maxwell     C     WIN
Jamal Mayers     RW     CHI
Scott Mayfield     D     NYI
Maksim Mayorov     RW     COB
Marek Mazanec     G     NAS
Dean McAmmond     LW     NJD
Kenndal McArdle     LW     WIN
Jamie McBain     D     BUF
Bryan McCabe     D     NYR
Jake McCabe     D     BUF
John McCarthy     LW     SAN
Jay McClement     C     TOR
Thomas McCollum     G     DET
Cody McCormick     C     MIN
Ryan McDonagh     D     NYR
Andy McDonald     C     STL
Colin McDonald     RW     NYI
Curtis McElhinney     G     COB
Jamie McGinn     LW     COL
Tye McGinn     LW     PHI
Brian McGrattan     RW     CGY
Dylan McIlrath     D     NYR
David McIntyre     C     MIN
Nathan McIver     D     VAN
Jay McKee     D     PIT
Greg McKegg     O     TOR
Mike McKenna     G     COB
Frazer McLaren     LW     TOR
Cody McLeod     LW     COL
Brandon McMillan     C     PHO
Carson McMillan     C     MIN
Brayden McNabb     D     LOS
Adam McQuaid     D     BOS
Philip McRae     C     STL
Derek Meech     D     WIN
Jayson Megna     RW     PIT
Julian Melchiori     D     WIN
Josef Melichar     D     TAM
Justin Mercier     C     COL
Jon Merrill     D     NJD
Andrej Meszaros     D     BOS
Marc Methot     D     OTT
Freddy Meyer     D     WIN
Stefan Meyer     C     CGY
Milan Michalek     LW     OTT
Zbynek Michalek     D     PHO
Andy Miele     C     PHO
Antti Miettinen     RW     WIN
Vladmir Mihalik     D     TAM
Brendan Mikkelson     D     TAM
Drew Miller     LW     DET
J.T. Miller     C     NYR
Kevan Miller     D     BOS
Ryan Miller     G     STL Miller's stock continues to nosedive. The Sabres are massively struggling to find their way, and rumors continue to persist that Miller may be dealt in the final year of his contract. He has the skills necessary to be a solid #2 fantasy goalie this season, but it depends greatly on the overall success of the Sabres.
Brad Mills     C     CHI
Chris Minard     LW     EDM
Graham Mink     LW     WAS
John Mitchell     C     COL
Torrey Mitchell     RW     BUF
Willie Mitchell     D     LOS
Mike Modano     C     DAL
Fredrik Modin     LW     CGY
Travis Moen     LW     MON
Tomas Mojzis     D     MIN
Oscar Moller     C     LOS
Sean Monahan     C     CGY
Steve Montador     D     CHI
Al Montoya     G     WIN
Dominic Moore     C     NYR
Greg Moore     RW     COB
John Moore     D     NYR
Mike Moore     D     SAN
Ethan Moreau     LW     LOS
Jeremy Morin     LW     CHI
Travis Morin     C     DAL
Derek Morris     D     PHO
Brendan Morrison     C     CGY
Shaone Morrisonn     D     BUF
Brenden Morrow     LW     STL
Simon Moser     O     NAS
David Moss     RW     PHO
Johan Motin     D     EDM
Mike Mottau     D     FLA
Matt Moulson     LW     MIN
Petr Mrazek     G     DET
Chris Mueller     C     DAL
Marcel Mueller     C     TOR
Peter Mueller     C     FLA
Connor Murphy     D     PHO
Cory Murphy     D     NJD
Mike Murphy     G     CAR
Ryan Murphy     D     CAR Murphy has a very good shot at sticking with the big club this time around, as Carolina is hurting for puck movement on defense. The first round draft pick from 2012 showed a little promise in his brief stint last season in the NHL and AHL, but tore it up in the OHL.
Andrew Murray     C     STL
Douglas Murray     D     MON
Ryan Murray     D     COB
Jan Mursak     LW     DET
Jake Muzzin     D     LOS
Tyler Myers     D     BUF A dude this big and talented can't continue to plummet like this. Following an enormous fantasy season, his production has dipped steadily with each passing season. It's now or never for Myers to redeem some of that promise that earned him that Calder hardware in 2009-10.
Evgeni Nabokov     G     NYI Last season, Nabokov delivered a stellar fantasy campaign, reminiscent of his glory days in San Jose. He brought stability to the Islanders net for the first time in decades. It looked as though he would ride off into the sunset (KHL) after the playoffs, but instead, he appears to be ready to give it one more go on an improving Islanders squad. He should get plenty of goal-scoring support this season, and should see plenty of shots. Expect another decent performance, but a repeat of last year's finish (8th in total fantasy points) seems like a reach.
Vladislav Namestnikov     O     TAM
Brendon Nash     D     MON
Rick Nash     LW     NYR Nash has fared well since arriving in New York, and I would venture to guess that under the new coaching regime, it should only get better. Another 30 goal campaign is a virtual lock. He should challenge for 40.
Riley Nash     C     CAR
Joonas Nattinen     O     MON
James Neal     LW     PIT Neal was snakebitten at times last season and missed some time with a concussion mid-season. Despite that adversity, he delivered a couple of monster weeks and ended up topping 20 goals in the shortened season. He's a key piece to the high powered Pittsburgh offense and should challenge for his 2nd 40 goal season.
John Negrin     D     CGY
Chris Neil     RW     OTT
Brock Nelson     C     NYI
Patrik Nemeth     D     DAL
Greg Nemisz     RW     CGY
Aaron Ness     D     NYI
Michal Neuvirth