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Fantasy team previews for 2018-19 season recaps offseason changes, provides projected lineups, fantasy focus

by Fantasy Hockey Staff @NHLFantasy /

As part of's team resets, the fantasy staff is breaking down a compelling storyline for each team. From most-valuable players to impact prospects and more, this guide should help fantasy owners evaluate and prioritize players around the NHL leading up to drafts.


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For full stories, including projected lineups and offseason recaps, click on the team names below.


Anaheim Ducks: Gibson, fresh off career-best season, faces team concerns

Arizona Coyotes: Three players (Keller, Raanta, Ekman-Larsson) in top 100

Boston Bruins: McAvoy, taken behind Dahlin in mock, brings far less risk

Buffalo Sabres: Rookie Dahlin can make immediate impact, among top 75

Calgary Flames: Candidates to play on top line with Gaudreau, Monahan

Carolina Hurricanes: Hamilton among top 15 fantasy D-men after trade

Chicago Blackhawks: Keith, attainable in late rounds, should bounce back

Colorado Avalanche: Goalie duo worth stacking; Grubauer can break out

Columbus Blue Jackets: Dubois, even with Panarin uncertainty, has upside

Dallas Stars: New coach, Nichushkin should improve secondary scoring

Detroit Red Wings: Youthful look of Zadina, Rasmussen provide intrigue

Edmonton Oilers: McDavid, Nugent-Hopkins can be one of best fantasy duos

Florida Panthers: Drafting Luongo-Reimer tandem is feasible strategy

Los Angeles Kings: Kovalchuk, 35, worth risk in season-long leagues

Minnesota Wild: Niederreiter must-target player in later rounds

Montreal Canadiens: Gallagher valuable despite team concerns

Nashville Predators: Ellis worth reaching for in contract year

New Jersey Devils: Hischier has sneaky value in mid to late rounds

New York Islanders: Lee entering pivotal contract year without Tavares

New York Rangers: View Shattenkirk, Lundqvist as category specialists

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