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Fantasy Hockey All Star Edition Forwards

 Here are the standout forwards in Fantasy Hockey so far this season: Connor McDavid Connor McDavid is scoring at an unreal pace to start the season, he already has 40 goals, 48 assists, 43 PPP, along with 200 SOG and 6 GWG so far this season. He is the favorite to win the Hart Trophy at the current moment, and unless someone has an unreal second half, I don't see anyone surpassing his goal or point total. McDavid has maintained his position as the top-ranked player in Fantasy since the start of the season. Bo Horvat Bo Horvat is having a career year this season because he wants to get paid, as a result, he already has 30 goals, 19 assists, 17 PPP, 4 GWG, 135 SOG, and 589 Faceoff wins so far this season. Statistically, Horvat has been one of the better Vancouver Canucks this season, which has certainly made his fantasy owners happy. Horvat was ranked 103rd overall in fantasy at the start of the season, and now he is ranked 9th overall in fantasy. Leon Draisaitl While Leon Draistait

Fantasy Hockey All Star Edition Defenseman

 These are the best defenseman so far this season in Fantasy Hockey: Rasmus Dahlin Rasmus Dahlin has been by far the best defenseman in Fantasy this season, and it isn't close; he has 13 goals, 35 assists, 23 PPP, 119 SOG and a +16 rating on a bad Buffalo team. If Dahlin can sustain this type of production for the rest of the season, he will be a favorite to win the Norris trophy. Cale Makar Cale Makar has been a tad bit disappointing considering he was a top 5 pick in most fantasy drafts, but he is still having a fantastic season; he has tallied 13 goals, 30 assists, 21 PPP, 136 SOG, along with 3 GWG and a +7 rating. His dip in production may be due in large part to the injuries on Colorado, but as the team gets healthy, look for a strong second half from Cale Makar and Colorado. Roman Josi Roman Josi has once again been the best player for the Nashville Predators, putting up 12 goals, 23 assists, 17 PPP, 187 SOG, 4 GWG and a surprising 100 blocks, which is only 33 shy of last yea

Fantasy Hockey All Star Edition Goalies

 These have been the best goalies in Fantasy Hockey this season Linus Ullmark Linus Ullmark has statistically been the best goalie in the entire NHL, with a dominant 22-1 record, a 1.87 GAA,.938 SV%, and 2 shutouts. It's rather unfortunate that Ullmark won't be named a starter because there is just so much star talent on the Bruins, but he has been an important part of the team. It's worth noting that Jeremy Swayman has a 9-3 record with a 2.51 GAA, and .905 SV%, which is decent, but a far cry from how dominant Ullmark has been this season.  Connor Hellebuyck After a rough season last year, Connor Hellebuyck is having a tremendous season with the Winnipeg Jets; he has a 20-10 record with a 2.42 GAA, .924 SV%, and 3 Shutouts. Although Hellebuyck is not an All-Star starter in the Central division, he has outplayed Saros this season by a wide margin. Moreover, he has been a major reason why the Jets are currently sitting in 2nd place in the division. Jake Oettinger Jake Oettin

Fantasy Hockey Advice Left Wingers to Drop

 Here are some Left Wingers you should consider dropping: Andre Burakovsky Andre Burakovsky got off to a hot start to the season with the Seattle Kraken, but in the last two weeks of the season, he has failed to register either a goal or a point. Burakovsky is still owned in 43% of fantasy leagues, but that number will decrease drastically if his scoring slump continues. Burakovsky has a track record of being highly inconsistent, I would consider dropping him if you find better options on the waiver wire. Tyler Bertuzzi Tyler Bertuzzi is having a rough season so far, only having recorded 1 goal, 3 assists, and 1 PPP in 9 games. Bertuzzi has been injured twice already this season for an extended period of time and his production doesn't warrant using an IR spot to keep him. If you still own Bertuzzi, I would cut bait now because you could probably still pick him up when he is healthy again. Alexis Lafreniere Alexis Lafreniere was a healthy scratch recently for the New York Rangers,