Below is a list of NHL.com's updated top-175 overall fantasy hockey player rankings for the 2012-13 season, as determined by fantasy experts Matt Cubeta (@NHLQubes), Pete Jensen (@NHLJensen), Sergei Feldman (@NHLFeldman) and Chris Foster (@NHLFoster).
Past statistics, potential linemates, injuries and much more are taken into account in producing these selections, but these rankings should be viewed as our experts' opinionated projections of the most valuable players in the League from a fantasy standpoint.
These rankings project value in standard fantasy hockey leagues, which include a 6x4 category scoring system: goals, assists, plus-minus, power-play points, shots on goal, penalty minutes, goalie wins, goals-against-average, save percentage and shutouts.
So, whether you're searching for a goal-scorer, distributor, power-play anchor, PIM producer or a top-tier netminder, our latest edition of the top-175 rankings will give you an edge in your fantasy hockey draft.
Just Missed: Cam Atkinson, Chris Kreider, Jiri Hudler, Devin Setoguchi, Anders Lindback, Oliver Ekman-Larsson, Justin Faulk, Matt Read, Alex Goligoski, Patric Hornqvist, Milan Hejduk, Corey Crawford, Kyle Okposo, Alex Tanguay, Mike Fisher, David Desharnais, Tyler Myers, Bryan Little, Kyle Turris, Sergei Gonchar, Evgeni Nabokov, Alexander Steen, Roman Cervenka, Ondrej Pavelec, Andrew Shaw