Big Red’s 2017-18 Fantasy Rankings: Right Wingers

I’ve been a bit pressed for time with season coming up and being busy with work and real life and all that. So I’m just gonna jump right into it.

Here’s my Top 50 Right Wingers for the 2017-18 Season 

  1. Patrick Kane CHI
  2. Vladimir Tarasenko STL
  3. Nikita Kucherov TB
  4. Leon Draisaitl EDM
  5. David Pastrnak BOS
  6. Joe Pavelski SJ
  7. Patrik Laine WPG
  8. Mitch Marner TOR
  9. Corey Perry ANA
  10. Blake Wheeler WPG
  11. Alexander Radulov DAL
  12. Jakub Voracek PHI
  13. Phil Kessel PIT
  14. Mark Stone OTT
  15. Jonathan Drouin MTL
  16. Victor Arvidsson NSH
  17. Kyle Palmieri NJ
  18. Cam Atkinson CBJ
  19. Jordan Eberle NYI
  20. Brayden Schenn STL
  21. Mats Zuccarello NYR
  22. Anthony Mantha DET
  23. Conor Sheary PIT
  24. Kyle Okposo BUF
  25. Nathan Mackinnon COL
  26. T.J. Oshie WSH
  27. Brendan Gallagher MTL
  28. Brayden Point TB
  29. Tyler Toffoli LA
  30. Elias Lindholm CAR
  31. James Neal VGK
  32. Charlie Coyle MIN
  33. Patric Hornqvist PIT
  34. Dylan Larkin DET
  35. Jakub Silfverberg ANA
  36. Rick Nash NYR
  37. Evgeny Dadonov FLA
  38. Teuvo Teravainen CAR
  39. Josh Ho-Sang NYI
  40. Marcus Johansson NJ
  41. Connor Brown TOR
  42. Bobby Ryan OTT
  43. David Backes BOS
  44. Jussi Jokinen EDM
  45. Andre Burakovsky WSH
  46. Brock Boeser VAN
  47. Oliver Bjorkstrand CBJ
  48. Radim Vrbata FLA
  49. Mikko Rantanen COL
  50. Pavel Buchnevich NYR

 

Sleeper: 

Tomas Hyka VGK – 5’11” 160 lb 6th round pick by the LA Kings in 2012

For the past three seasons, Hyka has been playing in the Czech league for BK Mlada Boleslav. In his first year he only played 22 games with 10 points. His breakout season came next with 30 points in 47 games. To be followed up the next year with 38 points in 48 games. Hyka turned in a strong first round series for BK last season with 5 points in 5 games (4 goals) before they were bounced out of the playoffs. This summer he signed a one year deal with the Vegas Golden Knights. Becoming the third player in franchise history. At 24, this is his first NHL training camp and although he didn’t make the team out of camp, he looked like he belonged in the preseason. He got sent down to the AHL Chicago Wolves but he’ll likely be one of the first call ups when injury or trades inevitably happen. Obviously another deep sleeper being that he’s not in the NHL right now but keep an eye on him to see how he does in the AHL this year. If he gets called up, he could play a part in the top 9 and second power play unit.

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