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Here are some players you should pickup in Fantasy Hockey, sorted by position. Center Colton Sissons Colton Sissons is one of the best 4th line centers in the league, but in fantasy hockey, he could be even more valuable than he actually is in real life because of what he provides in the peripheral categories. So far this season Sissions has 5 goals, 1 PPP, 1 SHP, 12 PIM, 20 SOG, 89 FW, 15 hits, and 9 blocks. This is a terrific stat line and although you can't count on Sissons scoring a ton, he will fill out the FW, Hits, and blocks usually. Sissons is owned in 6% of fantasy leagues, snag him up while you can. Nick Bjugstad Nick Bjugstad is having an excellent year so far with the Arizona Coyotes, in fact he has played so well that he earned himself a promotion to play on the 2nd line along with Mattias Maccelli and Lawson Crouse. Bjugstad also gets time on Arizona's 2nd PP unit and 2nd PK unit. Bjugstad may not be a name who stands out to casuals, but his fantasy stat line is


C Sean Couturier -After missing 2+ years, Sean Couturier is back and it seems like he hasn't missed a beat. Believe it or not, Couturier has been one of the top centers in the league so far with his all-around play, putting up 2 goals, 3 assists, 2 PPP, 63 FW, 24 SOG, and 1 SHP. Despite showing that he is still an elite center, Couturier is only owned in 20% of fantasy leagues. Pick him up now, while you still can. Ryan Johansen - Serves as the Avalanche's 2nd line center and plays on their all-world 1st pp unit. Despite not being the player he used to be, Johansen is still a valuable fantasy asset because of the players he plays with. Johansen has 4 goals and 4 PPPs along with 63 FW so far this season. He is owned in 29% of fantasy leagues. Sean Monahan - Someone must have gotten a time machine and put Sean Monahan in it because he is playing like he was back when he was in his prime. Monahan has been arguably the best player on Montreal this year, with 3 goals, 6 points, 2 PP


As everyone should know by now, Erik Karlsson has been traded to the Pittsburgh Penguins as part of a three-team trade with the San Jose Sharks and Montreal Canadiens.  Here is the full breakdown of the trade: Pittsburgh acquires defenseman Erik Karlsson , forward Rem Pitlick, forward Dillon Hamaliuk, and San Jose's 2026 third-round draft pick. Karlsson is signed through the 2026-27 season and his contract carries an average annual value of $11.5 million. San Jose is retaining $1.5 million of his salary yearly.  San Jose acquires Pittsburgh's 2024 first-round draft pick (top-10 protected), forward Mikael Granlund , defenseman Jan Rutta and forward Mike Hoffman . Montreal acquires Pittsburgh's 2025 second-round draft pick, defenseman Jeff Petry , goaltender Casey DeSmith and forward Nathan Legare. Jeff Petry is signed through the 2024-25 season and his contract carries an average annual value of $6.5 million. Pittsburgh is retaining $1.5 million of his salary yearly. Althoug

2023 NHL Draft Results & Grades

The 2023 NHL Draft has come and gone, and so it is appropriate to give a letter grade for every team's NHL draft this year. Anaheim Ducks (10 picks)  B+ Leo Carlsson C SWE 6' 2" 194 SWEDEN OREBRO Nico Myatovic L CAN 6' 2" 180 WHL SEATTLE Carey Terrance C USA 6' 0" 178 OHL ERIE Damian Clara   G ITA 6' 6" 214 SWEDEN-JR. FARJESTAD JR. Coulson Pitre  RW CAN 6' 1" 170 OHL FLINT Yegor Sidorov RW BLR 6' 0" 182 WHL SASKATOON Konnor Smith D  CAN 6' 5" 208 OHL PETERBOROUGH Rodwin Dionicio D USA 6' 2" 207 OHL WINDSOR Vojtech Port D CZE 6' 2" 168 WHL EDMONTON Arizona Coyotes (11 picks) C Dmitriy Simashev D RUS 6' 4" 198 RUSSIA-JR. YAROSLAVL JR. Danil But LW RUS 6' 5" 203 RUSSIA-JR. YAROSLAVL JR. Michael Hrabal G CZE 6' 7" 215 USHL OMAHA Jonathan Castagna C C


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