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Top 200 Overall - Week 5 Fantasy Hockey Rankings for 2019-2020


We're back with fantasy hockey coverage at RotoBaller. Just like last year, over the course of the 2019-2020 NHL season, we'll be providing weekly updates to our fantasy hockey rankings - listing each player in terms of his rest-of-season value.

Below you can find our top 200 player rankings from Week 5 going forward. This set of rankings combines all positions into one singular list including centers, wingers, defensemen and goalies.

Please note that our rankings are determined considering a standard Yahoo league format (goals, assists, plus-minus, power play points, shots on goal, and hits for skaters; wins, goals against average, save percentage, and shutouts for goalies). Value is based on factors such as past production, future NHL potential, age, projections, line/defensive pair combinations, quality of a player's team and contract status.

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Top 200 (ROS) Fantasy Hockey Player Rankings - Week 5

Rank Player Name Position Team Change
1 Connor McDavid C EDM -
2 Alex Ovechkin LW WSH 1
3 David Pastrnak RW BOS 1
4 Leon Draisaitl C,LW EDM 3
5 Brad Marchand LW BOS -
6 Nikita Kucherov RW TB -4
7 Nathan MacKinnon C COL -1
8 Sidney Crosby C PIT 1
9 Patrick Kane RW CHI -1
10 Auston Matthews C TOR -
11 Mitchell Marner RW TOR 2
12 Johnny Gaudreau LW CGY 2
13 John Carlson D WSH 4
14 Steven Stamkos C TB -3
15 Jack Eichel C BUF 1
16 Brent Burns D SJ -4
17 John Tavares C TOR 2
18 Andrei Vasilevskiy G TB -3
19 Aleksander Barkov C FLA 2
20 Brayden Point C TB -2
21 Artemi Panarin LW NYR -1
22 Patrice Bergeron C BOS 2
23 Tyler Seguin C DAL -1
24 Elias Pettersson C VAN 12
25 Marc-Andre Fleury G VGK -2
26 Tuukka Rask G BOS 1
27 Taylor Hall LW NJ -1
28 Blake Wheeler RW WPG 3
29 Evgeni Malkin C PIT 5
30 Mark Scheifele C WPG -5
31 Roman Josi D NSH 10
32 Mark Stone RW VGK 1
33 Erik Karlsson D SJ -5
34 Victor Hedman (INJ) D TB -4
35 Ben Bishop G DAL -3
36 Matthew Tkachuk LW CGY 1
37 Pekka Rinne G NSH 3
38 Filip Forsberg LW NSH 8
39 Sebastian Aho C CAR -1
40 Mikko Rantanen (INJ) RW COL -11
41 Claude Giroux C,LW,RW PHI -2
42 Evander Kane LW SJ 3
43 Jonathan Huberdeau LW FLA 11
44 Jake Guentzel LW,RW PIT -1
45 Frederik Andersen G TOR -10
46 Patrik Laine LW,RW WPG -2
47 Mika Zibanejad (INJ) C NYR -5
48 Carey Price G MTL 1
49 Evgeny Kuznetsov C WSH -1
50 John Gibson G ANA 2
51 Alex DeBrincat LW, RW CHI -1
52 Sergei Bobrovsky G FLA -5
53 Dougie Hamilton D CAR 17
54 Morgan Rielly D TOR -1
55 Jordan Binnington G STL 1
56 Dylan Larkin C DET 1
57 Torey Krug D BOS 5
58 Braden Holtby G WSH -
59 Kristopher Letang (INJ) D PIT -4
60 Brock Boeser RW VAN -1
61 Nicklas Backstrom C WSH -
62 Philipp Grubauer G COL 1
63 Gabriel Landeskog (INJ) C,LW COL -12
64 Jonathan Marchessault C, LW VGK -
65 Mathew Barzal C NYI 3
66 Mark Giordano D CGY -6
67 Sean Monahan C CGY -2
68 Matt Murray G PIT 1
69 Tomas Hertl C,LW SJ 10
70 Rasmus Dahlin D BUF 3
71 Matt Duchene C NSH 7
72 Andrei Svechnikov LW,RW CAR 36
73 Jeff Skinner LW BUF -1
74 Seth Jones D CBJ -8
75 Sean Couturier C PHI -
76 Connor Hellebuyck G WPG 11
77 Thomas Chabot D OTT -
78 Alexander Radulov RW DAL 5
79 Ryan O'Reilly C STL 9
80 P.K. Subban D NJ -6
81 Elias Lindholm C,RW CGY 19
82 Keith Yandle D FLA 2
83 Max Pacioretty LW VGK 7
84 Jamie Benn LW DAL -13
85 Brendan Gallagher RW MTL 1
86 Jakub Voracek RW PHI -5
87 Phil Kessel RW ARI -5
88 Logan Couture C SJ -21
89 Mike Hoffman LW,RW FLA -4
90 Tom Wilson RW WSH 23
91 John Klingberg (INJ) D DAL -11
92 Shea Weber D MTL -
93 Timo Meier LW,RW SJ -17
94 Teuvo Teravainen LW,RW CAR 1
95 Drew Doughty D LA 11
96 Anze Kopitar C LA -3
97 Cale Makar D COL -3
98 Brady Tkachuk LW OTT 9
99 Evgenii Dadonov LW FLA -1
100 Brayden Schenn C,LW STL 3
101 Viktor Arvidsson LW,RW NSH -5
102 Darcy Kuemper G ARI 12
103 Ryan Ellis D NSH 14
104 Kyle Connor LW WPG 6
105 Joe Pavelski C, RW DAL 4
106 Max Domi C MTL -2
107 Semyon Varlamov G NYI 9
108 William Nylander C,RW TOR -3
109 Carter Hart G PHI -18
110 Anthony Mantha LW,RW DET -9
111 Mathew Dumba D MIN -12
112 Vincent Trocheck (INJ) C FLA -23
113 Rickard Rakell LW,RW ANA -2
114 Cam Atkinson RW CBJ -12
115 Carter Hutton G BUF 3
116 Alex Pietrangelo D STL -1
117 Kyle Palmieri RW NJ 18
118 Miro Heiskanen D DAL 5
119 William Karlsson C VGK 10
120 David Rittich G CGY 7
121 Oliver Ekman-Larsson D ARI -2
122 Anders Lee LW NYI -
123 Pierre-Luc Dubois C CBJ 2
124 Tyson Barrie D TOR -27
125 T.J. Oshie RW WSH 3
126 James Neal LW,RW EDM 12
127 Thomas Greiss G NYI 42
128 Quinn Hughes D VAN 13
129 Bo Horvat C VAN 23
130 Ryan Nugent-Hopkins C,LW EDM 1
131 Roope Hintz (INJ) C,LW DAL 3
132 Petr Mrazek G CAR 4
133 Ryan Johansen C NSH 6
134 Devan Dubnyk G MIN -10
135 Ryan Getzlaf C ANA 15
136 Jacob Markstrom G VAN -4
137 Shea Theodore D VGK -7
138 Jack Hughes C NJ 4
139 Jacob Trouba D NYR -18
140 Victor Olofsson LW,RW BUF -28
141 J.T. Miller LW,RW VAN 24
142 Nikolaj Ehlers LW,RW WPG 17
143 Clayton Keller LW,RW ARI -17
144 Chris Kreider LW NYR -11
145 Nazem Kadri C COL -2
146 Jonathan Toews C CHI -6
147 Alexander Edler D VAN -3
148 Travis Konecny RW PHI -2
149 Reilly Smith RW VGK 6
150 Robin Lehner G CHI 23
151 Nico Hischier C NJ 20
152 Sam Reinhart C,RW BUF -15
153 Martin Jones G SJS -33
154 Dylan Strome C CHI -1
155 David Perron LW,RW STL 7
156 Zachary Werenski D CBJ -2
157 Josh Anderson RW CBJ -10
158 Ivan Provorov D PHI 8
159 Paul Stastny C VGK 1
160 Darnell Nurse D EDM 1
161 Josh Morrissey D WPG 2
162 Dustin Brown RW LA -6
163 Corey Crawford G CHI -6
164 Patric Hornqvist (INJ) RW PIT -19
165 Mattias Ekholm D NSH 11
166 Tyler Bertuzzi LW,RW DET 1
167 Kaapo Kakko RW NYR 1
168 Jakub Vrana LW WSH NEW
169 Aaron Ekblad D FLA 11
170 Jake Muzzin D TOR 16
171 Erik Haula C,LW CAR 3
172 Shayne Gostisbehere D PHI -8
173 James Van Riemsdyk LW PHI -1
174 Charlie McAvoy D BOS -16
175 Rasmus Ristolainen D BUF -24
176 Henrik Lundqvist G NYR -28
177 Erik Gustafsson D CHI -28
178 Blake Coleman LW,RW NJ -1
179 Oscar Klefbom D EDM -9
180 Pavel Buchnevich RW NYR -5
181 Jared Spurgeon D MIN -2
182 Andreas Johnsson LW,RW TOR -
183 Neal Pionk D WPG -
184 Nick Schmaltz C,LW ARI 8
185 Jakob Silfverberg RW ANA 6
186 Alex Galchenyuk C,LW PIT 1
187 Alexandar Georgiev G NYR NEW
188 Nino Niederreiter LW,RW CAR 1
189 Jaden Schwartz LW STL 1
190 Mikhail Sergachev D TB -5
191 Jeff Petry D MTL 7
192 Mikko Koskinen G EDM 1
193 Antti Raanta G ARI -12
194 Ryan Suter D MIN -16
195 Jaroslav Halak G BOS 1
196 Jonathan Drouin C,LW MTL -2
197 Kevin Labanc RW SJS -
198 Justin Schultz D PIT NEW
199 Tomas Tatar LW,RW MTL -
200 Ryan Strome C,RW NYR NEW

Odds And Ends

Arrivals: Jakub Vrana (WSH- LW), Alexandar Georgiev (NYR- G), Justin Schultz (PIT - D), Ryan Strome (NYR - C,RW)

Departures: Mikael Granlund (NSH- LW,RW), Justin Faulk (STL - D), Andre Burakovsky (COL- LW,RW), Mike Smith (EDM - G)

Key Injuries:  Mikko Rantanen (COL - RW), Victor Hedman (TB - D), Mika Zibanejad (NYR - C), Kristopher Letang (PIT - D), Gabriel Landeskog (COL - C,LW), John Klingberg (DAL - D), Vincent Trocheck (FLA - C), Roope Hintz (DAL - C,LW), Vladimir Tarasenko (STL - RW)

Suspensions: Dustin Byfuglien (WPG - D)

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