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2010-11 Player Rankings

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Centers
1. Sidney Crosby, PIT 26. Tomas Plekanec, MON
2. Evgeni Malkin, PIT 27. Mike Ribeiro, DAL
3. Nicklas Backstrom, WAS 28. Derek Roy, BUF
4. Henrik Sedin, VAN 29. Stephen Weiss, FLA
5. Joe Thornton, SJ 30. Scott Gomez, MON
6. Ryan Getzlaf, ANA 31. Mike Cammalleri, MON
7. Steven Stamkos, TB 32. Saku Koivu, ANA
8. Mike Richards, PHI 33. Matt Duchene, COL
9. Pavel Datsyuk, DET 34. Travis Zajac, NJ
10. Eric Staal, CAR 35. David Krejci, BOS
11. Marc Savard, BOS 36. Tim Connolly, BUF
12. Paul Stastny, COL 37. Patrice Bergeron, BOS
13. Henrik Zetterberg, DET 38. Patrik Berglund, STL
14. Ryan Kesler, VAN 39. David Backes, STL
15. Jonathan Toews, CHI 40. Brandon Dubinsky, NYR
16. Vincent Lecavalier, TB 41. Alexander Steen, STL
17. Anze Kopitar, LA 42. Brandon Sutter, CAR
18. Jeff Carter, PHI 43. Mike Fisher, OTT
19. Patrick Marleau, SJ 44. Jason Arnott, NJ
20. Brad Richards, DAL 45. Steve Ott, DAL
21. Jason Spezza, OTT 46. Colin Wilson, NSH
22. Mikko Koivu, MIN 47. Peter Regin, OTT
23. Brooks Laich, WAS 48. Tyler Seguin, BOS
24. John Tavares, NYI 49. Daymond Langkow, CGY
25. Antoine Vermette, CLB 50. Sam Gagner, EDM
Wingers
1. Alex Ovechkin, WAS 26. Rene Bourque, CGY
2. Patrick Kane, CHI 27. Shane Doan, PHO
3. Dany Heatley, SJ 28. Nik Antropov, ATL
4. Daniel Sedin, VAN 29. Jussi Jokinen, CAR
5. Zach Parise, NJ 30. Dustin Penner, EDM
6. Corey Perry, ANA 31. Simon Gagne, TB
7. Marian Gaborik, NYR 32. Danny Briere, PHI
8. Ilya Kovalchuk, NJ 33. Ray Whitney, PHO
9. Jarome Iginla, CGY 34. Steve Downie, TB
10. Marian Hossa, CHI 35. Jakub Voracek, CLB
11. Rick Nash, CLB 36. Jamie Langenbrunner, NJ
12. Martin St. Louis, TB 37. Claude Giroux, PHI
13. Alex Burrows, VAN 38. Patrik Elias, NJ
14. Alexander Semin, WAS 39. Alexei Kovalev, OTT
15. Bobby Ryan, ANA 40. Martin Havlat, MIN
16. Scott Hartnell, PHI 41. Wojtek Wolski, PHO
17. Patrick Sharp, CHI 42. Joe Pavelski, SJ
18. Daniel Alfredsson, OTT 43. Mike Knuble, WAS
19. Ryane Clowe, SJ 44. T.J. Oshie, STL
20. Thomas Vanek, BUF 45. Phil Kessel, TOR
21. Brenden Morrow, DAL 46. Mikael Samuelsson, VAN
22. Loui Eriksson, DAL 47. Andy McDonald, STL
23. Nathan Horton, BOS 48. Chris Stewart, COL
24. Kristian Huselius, CLB 49. Brad Boyes, STL
25. Jason Pominville, BUF 50. Ales Hemsky, EDM
Left Wingers
1. Alex Ovechkin, WAS 26. James Neal, DAL
2. Daniel Sedin, VAN 27. Ryan Smyth, LA
3. Zach Parise, NJ 28. Andrew Brunette, MIN
4. Marian Gaborik, NYR 29. Alexander Frolov, NYR
5. Ilya Kovalchuk, NJ 30. Guillaume Latendresse, MIN
6. Rick Nash, CLB 31. Milan Lucic, BOS
7. Alexander Semin, WAS 32. Tomas Fleischmann, WAS
8. Ryane Clowe, SJ 33. Patric Hornqvist, NSH
9. Thomas Vanek, BUF 34. Mason Raymond, VAN
10. Brenden Morrow, DAL 35. Jiri Hudler, DET
11. Loui Eriksson, DAL 36. Jamie Benn, DAL
12. Jason Pominville, BUF 37. Tomas Holmstrom, DET
13. Rene Bourque, CGY 38. Ryan Malone, TB
14. Nik Antropov, ATL 39. Alex Tanguay, CGY
15. Jussi Jokinen, CAR 40. Taylor Hall, EDM
16. Dustin Penner, EDM 41. Vaclav Prospal, NYR
17. Simon Gagne, TB 42. Milan Michalek, OTT
18. Ray Whitney, PHO 43. Michael Frolik, FLA
19. Steve Downie, TB 44. Matt Moulson, NYI
20. Patrik Elias, NJ 45. Steve Sullivan, NSH
21. Wojtek Wolski, PHO 46. Ville Leino, PHI
22. Joe Pavelski, SJ 47. Alexei Ponikarovsky, LA
23. T.J. Oshie, STL 48. Cory Stillman, FLA
24. Phil Kessel, TOR 49. David Booth, FLA
25. Andy McDonald, STL 50. Shawn Horcoff, EDM
Right Wingers
1. Patrick Kane, CHI 26. Kyle Okposo, NYI
2. Dany Heatley, SJ 27. Dustin Brown, LA
3. Corey Perry, ANA 28. Johan Franzen, DET
4. Jarome Iginla, CGY 29. Devin Setoguchi, SJ
5. Marian Hossa, CHI 30. Teemu Selanne, ANA
6. Martin St. Louis, TB 31. Nikolai Zherdev, PHI
7. Alex Burrows, VAN 32. Brian Gionta, MON
8. Bobby Ryan, ANA 33. Martin Erat, NSH
9. Scott Hartnell, PHI 34. David Perron, STL
10. Patrick Sharp, CHI 35. Troy Brouwer, CHI
11. Daniel Alfredsson, OTT 36. Michael Ryder, BOS
12. Nathan Horton, BOS 37. Kris Versteeg, TOR
13. Kristian Huselius, CLB 38. Bill Guerin, FA
14. Shane Doan, PHO 39. Wayne Simmonds, LA
15. Danny Briere, PHI 40. Milan Hejduk, COL
16. Jakub Voracek, CLB 41. David Clarkson, NJ
17. Jamie Langenbrunner, NJ 42. Eric Fehr, WAS
18. Claude Giroux, PHI 43. Blake Wheeler, BOS
19. Alexei Kovalev, OTT 44. Radim Vrbata, PHO
20. Martin Havlat, MIN 45. Tuomo Ruutu, CAR
21. Mike Knuble, WAS 46. J.P. Dumont, NSH
22. Mikael Samuelsson, VAN 47. Ryan Callahan, NYR
23. Chris Stewart, COL 48. Antti Miettinen, MIN
24. Brad Boyes, STL 49. Justin Williams, LA
25. Ales Hemsky, EDM 50. Joffrey Lupul, ANA
Defensemen
1. Mike Green, WAS 26. Ryan Suter, NSH
2. Drew Doughty, LA 27. Brian Campbell, CHI
3. Dan Boyle, SJ 28. Michael Del Zotto, NYR
4. Zdeno Chara, BOS 29. Erik Karlsson, OTT
5. Duncan Keith, CHI 30. Kurtis Foster, EDM
6. Chris Pronger, PHI 31. Andrei Markov, MON
7. Nicklas Lidstrom, DET 32. Stephane Robidas, DAL
8. Tobias Enstrom, ATL 33. Keith Yandle, PHO
9. Dion Phaneuf, TOR 34. Ed Jovanovski, PHO
10. Tyler Myers, BUF 35. Jamie McBain, CAR
11. Mark Streit, NYI 36. Dennis Wideman, FLA
12. Brian Rafalski, DET 37. Pavel Kubina, TB
13. Bryan McCabe, FLA 38. Kevin Bieksa, VAN
14. Shea Weber, NSH 39. Jason Demers, SJ
15. Sergei Gonchar, OTT 40. P.K. Subban, MON
16. Lubomir Visnovsky, ANA 41. Paul Martin, PIT
17. Marek Zidlicky, MIN 42. Ryan Whitney, EDM
18. Alexander Edler, VAN 43. Joe Corvo, CAR
19. Joni Pitkanen, CAR 44. Alex Goligoski, PIT
20. Christian Ehrhoff, VAN 45. John-Michael Liles, COL
21. Kimmo Timonen, PHI 46. Dustin Byfuglien, ATL
22. Erik Johnson, STL 47. Kyle Quincey, COL
23. Niklas Kronwall, DET 48. Cam Barker, MIN
24. Tomas Kaberle, TOR 49. Anton Babchuk, CAR
25. Jay Bouwmeester, CGY 50. Brent Seabrook, CHI
Goalies
1. Martin Brodeur, NJ 26. Tim Thomas, BOS
2. Ryan Miller, BUF 27. Chris Mason, ATL
3. Roberto Luongo, VAN 28. Brian Elliott, OTT
4. Jimmy Howard, DET 29. Michael Leighton, PHI
5. Ilya Bryzgalov, PHO 30. Ondrej Pavelec, ATL
6. Jaroslav Halak, STL 31. Antero Niittymaki, SJ
7. Jonas Hiller, ANA 32. Dwayne Roloson, NYI
8. Miikka Kiprusoff, CGY 33. Pascal Leclaire, OTT
9. Pekka Rinne, NSH 34. Jonathan Bernier, LA
10. Henrik Lundqvist, NYR 35. Brian Boucher, PHI
11. Craig Anderson, COL 36. Antti Niemi, SJ
12. Tuukka Rask, BOS 37. Nikolai Khabibulin, EDM
13. Jonathan Quick, LA 38. Michal Neuvirth, WAS
14. Marc-Andre Fleury, PIT 39. Devan Dubnyk, EDM
15. Niklas Backstrom, MIN 40. Corey Crawford, CHI
16. Tomas Vokoun, FLA 41. Jose Theodore, FA
17. Steve Mason, CLB 42. Mathieu Garon, CLB
18. Marty Turco, CHI 43. Andrew Raycroft, DAL
19. Cam Ward, CAR 44. Rick Dipietro, NYI
20. Carey Price, MON 45. Manny Legace, FA
21. Kari Lehtonen, DAL 46. Justin Peters, CAR
22. Jean-Sebastien Giguere, TOR 47. Ty Conklin, STL
23. Jonas Gustavsson, TOR 48. Martin Biron, NYR
24. Dan Ellis, TB 49. Mark Dekanich, NSH
25. Semyon Varlamov, WAS 50. Josh Harding, MIN

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Sheldon Souray
Ducks' Souray Might Not Be Able To Keep Playing
Sheldon Souray, D, ANA
6:02 PM
News: GM Bob Murray said Sheldon Souray's career remains in jeopardy as a result of his season-ending wrist procedure in January, NHL.com's Curtis Zupke reports.
Analysis: With the beginning of training camp closing in on the Ducks, it sounds like the team is preparing for the possibility of life without Sheldon Souray for a second consecutive season. Souray hasn't received clearance to begin practicing in full, and his advancing age (he's 38 years old) certainly doesn't work to his advantage. Even if Souray is able to return to some semblance of health at some point this season, expect him to play much less than the 20:56 minutes per game he averaged in 44 contests during the lockout-shortened 2012-13 campaign.

John Gibson
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5:52 PM
News: John Gibson will battle Frederik Andersen for duties as the Ducks' No. 1 netminder in training camp, NHL.com's Curtis Zupke reports.
Analysis: While Andersen, a fellow second-year goalie, probably has the advantage heading into camp since he played well in a larger sample of games than John Gibson, the 21-year-old certainly proved his mettle for the Ducks in the postseason. Thrust into action for the final four games of the team's second-round series with the Kings, Gibson saved 102 of 111 shots (.919 save%) and turned in a shutout in Game 4, convincing the Ducks to let veteran Jonas Hiller walk in free agency. With an outstanding showing in camp, Gibson could very well beat out Andersen, but there's an equally real possibility he could start the season in the minors. Both young goalies are best off playing regularly somewhere while they're still developing, so it wouldn't be surprise if veteran Jason LaBarbera ended up opening the campaign as the backup to the victor of the starting competition.

Frederik Andersen
Ducks' Andersen (Knee) Likely No. 1 to Open Camp
Frederik Andersen, G, ANA
4:37 PM
News: Frederik Andersen (knee) will likely be the Ducks' No. 1 goalie when training camp opens, NHL.com's Curtis Zupke reports.
Analysis: Both Frederik Andersen and fellow competitor for No. 1 duties John Gibson ended up surpassing incumbent Jonas Hiller on the depth chart for the Ducks during the postseason, but it was Andersen's MCL sprain in Round 2 against the Kings that allowed Gibson to leave the last impression. However, Andersen was nearly as good as Gibson over a much larger sample of starts last season, going 20-5-0 with a 2.29 GAA and .923 save percentage. The greater amount of experience confers an early advantage to Andersen in the job battle, but whomever opens the season as the No. 1 goalie will largely earn the gig based on training camp performance.

Shawn Horcoff
Stars' Horcoff Primed For Bottom-Six Duty
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4:09 PM
News: Shawn Horcoff is expected to see most of his action as a bottom-six forward for the Stars this season, Mike Heika of the Dallas Morning News reports.
Analysis: Shawn Horcoff, 35, is entering the final campaign of a six-year deal and seems to have accepted his role as a depth player at this stage of his career. A former top scorer for the Oilers during his prime, Horcoff averaged just 12:51 of ice time over 77 games with the Stars in 2013-14, totaling seven goals and 13 assists. He'd do well to eclipse the 20-point mark again during the upcoming season.

Jordin Tootoo
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News: Jordin Tootoo is unlikely to re-sign with the Predators, Joshua Cooper of The Tennessean reports.
Analysis: Jordin Tootoo, who became an unrestricted free agent in June when the Red Wings bought out his contract, is likely not a good fit to re-join the Preds, as the team has already made several free-agent pickups this summer to bolster depth. Tootoo recorded just a single assist in 11 games for Detroit last season, and spent most of his time in the AHL. His best days as an NHL forward - and viable fantasy option - are likely behind him at this point.

Nazem Kadri
Leafs' Kadri: Working To Improve Shot Release
Nazem Kadri, C, TOR
8/31/2014
News: Nazem Kadri has been working on his shot over the summer and is looking to put up a lot more points this season, reports Sportsnet.ca. "Every single year I like my production to go up and up, so I want to get better [in terms of] goals, points, assists, plus/minus, time on ice," he said. "These are all things I think about and can improve on."
Analysis: He's been in the gym working on wrist curls and strengthening his forearms and shoulders to improve his shot. "I've really been working on my shot and my release, knowing a lot of NHL goalies can't be beat without a quick release," said Nazem Kadri. "The power doesn't necessarily have to be there, but the release definitely does. I'm trying to score a few more goals and get more pucks on net." The center once potted 35 goals in 56 OHL games with the London Knights, but he will be hard pressed to replicate that scoring rate in the NHL. Still, he could certainly be in line for an improvement over his 20 goals from last season and 60 points could be in the offing.

Sheldon Brookbank
Flames Invite Brookbank To Training Camp
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8/31/2014
News: The Flames have extended a tryout to Sheldon Brookbank at their training camp in the fall, the Calgary Sun reports.
Analysis: Sheldon Brookbank spent the past two seasons with the Blackhawks, and collected two goals and five assists in 48 games last season. He will get a shot at the sixth or seventh defenseman spot, and his experience may give him an early edge.

Eric Staal
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Eric Staal, C, CAR
8/30/2014
News: Eric Staal (abdominal surgery) was back on the ice Friday at an informal skate with the Hurricanes, reports the Raleigh News Observer
Analysis: He had surgery in late July for a core-muscle issue that was described more as an abdominal wall injury rather than a sports hernia. He had changed his offseason training approach after delivering his lowest offensive numbers in a full season since his rookie year. The injury was characterized as a training injury, but it's behind him now and he's been on the ice for 10 days. "It was frustrating," he said. "At the time of the injury I thought I was in the best shape I've ever been in." If that's the case and if he can get out of the blocks strong, Eric Staal could be in line for a fantasy rebound. But he's going to turn 30 in October, so don't expect his output to recover to his previous best.

Kimmo Timonen
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Kimmo Timonen, D, PHI
8/30/2014
News: Kimmo Timonen (blood clots) is back in the U.S. after undergoing treatment in Finland, but the Flyers are planning as though he won't be contributing to the squad this season, reports the Courier-Post.
Analysis: "We haven't had a chance to look at him yet," general manager Ron Hextall said, "but there's something going on there" when asked if Kimmo Timonen was on a regimen of blood thinners like warfarin or herparin. Both drugs are used to prevent clots from developing in the future, but put the patient at risk of bruising and make it hard to get bleeding wounds to clot. Hockey would definitely be off-limits because of the body contact, but Timonen is making good progress.

Nicklas Grossmann
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News: Nicklas Grossmann (ankle) was on the ice this week and will be ready for training camp, reports the Courier-Post. "It's a matter of just getting better and better, but I'm feeling pretty good," said the defender.
Analysis: The surgery to repair tendons in his right ankle required six-to-eight weeks of rehab. The big Swede delivered one goal, 13 assists and 55 PIMs in 78 games with the Flyers last season and should replicated those totals this season. Unfortunately, that won't make him much of a fantasy play.

 
 
 
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