Alex Ovechkin : A constant threat to score 50 goals and 100 points there has been no one with more consistent point production and health in recent memory. need I say more?
Steven Stamkos: Will he score 50 goals? It’s either that or high 40s there is not much mystery to what his goal and point totals will be and that’s always a good thing.
Henrik Sedin: Does your league like assists? Then “Hank” is your man with 5 years with 60 assist or more and an Art Ross in 2009-10 to top it off.
Daniel Sedin: If you pick one Sedin a Big trade to get the other would be a good idea because they usually “share” the point these are good twins.
Martin St. Louis: the Ying to Stamkos’s Yang another guy who is known for setting up goals but can still pot 30 every year.
Evgeni Malkin: Here is a guy with all the tools to put together a 100 point 40 goal season but for the past 2 years just hasn’t whether it be injury’s or just a bad scoring slump BUT the potential for a big season is still there.
Corey Perry: His 50 led the NHL last year who’s to say he won’t do it again with some good team mates it’s entirely possible but not a guarantee either.
Sidney Crosby: If it weren’t for his very well documented and much talked about concussion he’d be #1 without a second thought but the injury is there and no one knows how much he’ll play this year if at all.
Pavel Datsyuk: He was injured the past two season with only 115 games played out of a possible 164 but played well in the playoffs with 15 points in 11 games.
Ryan Getzlaf: A big, tough, skilled, power forward centre. What more could you want with Perry on his wing and Bobby Ryan on the other expect around 90 points.
Brad Richards: with 77 points in 72 games he’s still got it and when healthy has a tendency to score 91 points playing with Marian Gaborik 91 sounds good.
Nicklas Lidstrom: A D-man with over 1000 points. This might be his last year but people say that every year, he always performs why not this year?
Mike Green: For 2 years he was an above point per game defenseman how often does that happen? He was injured last year so expect him to lead all D-men in points or did that concussion he had last year do more damage than the public is being told?
Lubomir Visnovsky: Leading all defenseman with 68 points last year he’s put up points his whole career I expect this year will be no different.
Keith Yandle: with 59 points last year on a team with no other stars I see no reason he why he won’t score just as well this year.
Dustin Byfuglien : With 20 goals and 53 points last year he is a good mix of goals and assists for those of you that need both.
Drew Doughty: With only 1 real worthwhile season in 2009-10 he tallied 59 points that year but regressed last year with only 40 points a bounce back is expected but not guaranteed.
Dan Boyle: do you like consistent? Then boyle is the way to go he’ll get you high 40’s or low 50’s in terms of points no questions asked.
Shea weber: this is the kind of guy you win with… on the ice not so much in your hockey pool only topping 50 points once and in the sample size without Ryan Suter last year maybe not so much on the ice either.
Zdeno Chara: with 2 seasons over 50 points but a career high of 51 points some might expect a Stanley cup hang over but 45+ points are basically guaranteed.
Duncan Keith: Accumulating “only” 45 points last year with a career high of 69 its likely he will hit 50 points this year.
Dion Phaneuf: A Career low of 30 points last year in 66 games being “the man” in Toronto expect a low of 40 or a high of 50 points out of phaneuf.
Henrik Lundqvist: Last year no goalie won 40 games so a goalie that has won 30 games every year of his career sounds like a good start and with 36 wins and 11 shut outs last year “Hank” is the fantasies go to goalie every year.
Tomas Vokoun: the caps have won the east for two years in a row now with a goalie that will play the majority of their games just imagine the amount of wins said goalie will get.
Carey Price: Price played more than any other goalie last year even mikka kiprusoff and this led to him being tied for the league lead in wins budaj isn’t as good as auld so maybe he’ll play even more.
Roberto Luongo: The canucks keep winning and “lou” has a 10 year deal so he’ll start at least 60 games and get a lot of wins it’s that simple.
Ryan Miller: Buffalo upgraded its “D” this year and it will greatly benefit 1 man Miller Enroth may take a few starts from him but expect a big year.
Marc-Andre Fleury: with or without Sid the pens are a good team with a good goalie and the “Flower” showed he is a winner in 2009 and that he is a regular season performer last year.
Jonas Hiller: The ducks look primed for a playoff push this year and look no further than the man in the mask to lead the charge now that he is apparently done with his fight with vertigo hiller is a great pick after the more “established” goalies.
Antti Niemi: now that Dany Distraction is gone from san Jose I believe they’ll come first in the NHL and niemi will win a lot of games along the way just like Nabokov used to.