For what it’s worth, none of these top-ranked centers listed here have any positional eligibility issues. In other words, all were centers last year, and all are centers this year and should stay that way.
We continue our preview of the top players at each position with a look at the left wing, including Alex Ovechkin and Daniel Sedin.
We’ll kick off our look at the top forwards in fantasy with a listing of the top options at the right wing position, including Corey Perry and Martin St. Louis.
If you think that determining who the top goalie will be for fantasy teams this season is tough, wait until you attempt to sift through the number of defensemen who have been at or near the top of the scoring race the past couple seasons.
Determining a first overall pick in this year’s fantasy hockey drafts is anything but easy, but we probably know this much: the first overall pick won’t be a goalie.
After a report surfaced on Sunday that Sidney Crosby would not be ready to start the season, is he still the number one pick in fantasy leagues? If not, then who is?
In previous seasons, the player selected first overall was an obvious choice. However, the decision of the top-ranked player in fantasy hockey is much more wide-open than it has been in a while.
How much does a player’s position factor into whether to retain him in a keeper league? Should a premium be placed on keeping a defenseman? How about goalies?
We’re still dealing with hot weather and barbecues, but I’m already into the Fantasy Hockey Mailbag. If you already have a burning question about fantasy hockey, send me your question.
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