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Top 200 Overall - Week 8 Fantasy Hockey Rankings for 2019-2020


Evgeni Malkin is back for Pittsburgh and firing shots and points like always!

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 8 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 8

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

Odds And Ends

Arrivals: Brock Nelson (NYI - C,LW), Bryan Rust (PIT - LW,RW), Anders Nilsson (OTT - G), Adam Fox (NYR - D), Robby Fabbri (DET - LW,RW), Alex Goligoski (ARI - D)

Departures: Neal Pionk (WPG - D), James Van Riemsdyk (PHI - LW), Justin Schultz (PIT - D), Shayne Gostisbehere (PHI - D), Josh Anderson (CBJ - RW), Charlie McAvoy (BOS - D)

Key Injuries: Steven Stamkos (TB - C)Patrice Bergeron (BOS - C), Mitchell Marner (TOR - RW), Mikko Rantanen (COL - RW), Sidney Crosby (PIT - C), Tomas Hertl (SJS - C,LW), Gabriel Landeskog (COL - C,LW), Rasmus Dahlin (BUF - D), Anthony Mantha (DET - LW,RW), Viktor Arvidsson (NSH - LW,RW), Erik Haula (CAR, C,LW), Vladimir Tarasenko (STL - RW)

Suspensions: Dustin Byfuglien (WPG - D)

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