Top 100


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This month, Dobber Sports senior writer Eric Daoust steps in to shoulder the load. As a result, you will see a refreshing shuffle to the Top 100, with many players finding new homes.  

 


Notables moving up -


Shea Weber, P.K. Subban, Evander Kane, Taylor Hall, Rick Nash, Chris Kunitz and Niklas Kronwall

 



Notables sliding down -


Evgeni Malkin (two spots), Patrick Sharp (four spots), Ryan Kesler (four spots) and Dany Heatley.

 



Want more insight?


 

If you participate in salary cap fantasy hockey leagues, Eric Daoust’s “Capped” series is a must read.

Also, you catch both Eric and I via Fantrax.com every week in the Studs & Duds collaboration. Yet, due to a trip out West - which includes tickets to Chicago at Vancouver next week - the feature will be on a two week hiatus, returning May 1st

 

 

Download the April 2013 edition right here.

 

 


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GMGates said:

GMGates
... Great point David. Voracek (and even Chris Stewart), may have just missed the cut off. But should they finish the season as per status quo, they will likely land in the 75-85 spot range. Many players fall between 80-110, and I think it is safe to assume that the two players mentioned above will crack the list - pushing Eriksson and Oshie out.
April 16, 2013
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davidgoodburn said:

davidgoodburn
Voracek? Hi Gates,

Great list as usual. Love the massive jump for Hall as he is really the engine of that offense and seems like he's rounding out to be a monster. Wish I owned him in my leagues.

I was a bit surprised that Voracek doesn't crack the top 100. I know he doesn't have much for peripheral stats but given that guys like Wheeler and Eberle crack the bottom of the list I would have thought to see him in the same range as he's a similar player. Where would you rank him in relation to the top 100?

Thanks.
April 16, 2013
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