As part of NHL.com's offseason 30 in 30 package, fantasy hockey insiders Matt Cubeta and Pete Jensen will break down each team's fantasy landscape. They will look at the players at the top of the ranks, an undervalued player, an overvalued player, a deep sleeper (players likely ranked outside the top 200 overall players) and the goalie outlook for each NHL team.
In my offseason rankings, I have Lundqvist ranked 16th among all players (second among goalies behind Carey Price of the Montreal Canadiens) and Nash right behind him at No. 18. Lundqvist, who missed nearly two months last season because of a neck injury, had 30 wins in 46 starts with five shutouts, a 2.25 goals against average and .922 save percentage. Those numbers line right up with his career marks (2.26 GAA and .921 save percentage), but what was even more impressive was Lundqvist's performance in the Stanley Cup Playoffs. In 19 games against tougher competition, he posted a 2.11 GAA and .928 save percentage. Over the past five seasons, Lundqvist is fourth in wins (162), second in GAA (2.19) and save percentage (.924) and first in shutouts (31) among goalies with at least 200 starts. He plays behind an excellent defense and a similar season in 2015-16 should be expected from arguably the most consistent and reliable goaltender in the game.