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With the playoffs neck and neck and the roasting season a month away, there’s no quarter of production to miss in the rankings either. The biggest purge of these rankings this week of the season includes 38 players who have been dropped from the squad for reasons ranging from injuries to roster changes and from a lack of scoring ability to too many goals conceded.

Every little fantasy point has a lot of room for improvement when you look at these rankings. And I mean that literally. If you use the projections for the rest of the season, that one power play goal is the real difference between 120th and about 175th among skaters. Andrei Vasilevskiy will get the most fantasy points the rest of the season, but Connor Hellebuyck will only need two more wins to surpass his projection. Any increase or decrease in production is accompanied by a decrease in the number of games that can be played.

Speaking of the number of games: The Canucks’ new team means at least two NHL games this season won’t count in the ESPN.com fantasy leagues. The final two games against the Calgary Flames fall outside the (already extended) lockout period for Week 13 leagues. May. That means two fewer games for your team’s players, which unfortunately is not surprising this season.

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The number of games remaining has a big impact on the remaining fantasy roster. The Detroit Red Wings and Columbus Blue Jackets have just 12 games, while the Montreal Canadiens, Boston Bruins and Vancouver Canucks have 17 (remember, two of the remaining 19 Canucks don’t count here). While those four games made little difference at the beginning of the season, they now make up a third of the remaining schedule for the teams at the bottom of the ladder of games played.

This is another point that makes the Bruins’ acquisition of Taylor Hall a polarizing and intriguing fantasy prospect.

Progress

Taylor Hall, W, Boston Bruins (39th): Getting Hall into the top 40 by this move is risky, but calculated. Forget his MVP season for a moment and just look at the games he played in 2018-19 before his knee problems: Hall averaged 2.48 fantasy points per game (FPPG) in that span and scored 11 goals in 33 games. Let’s assume for a moment that he approaches that pace and achieves 2.3 FPPG like Brown – that would be 39.1 fantasy points, which is more than the current projections for all but 10 skaters in the league. The Bruins are expected to make their Hall debut with second-round pick David Krejci, but it wouldn’t hurt to shake things up and put him on the first line. Hall will also have every opportunity to succeed on the power play. Here he is in the top 40, but in the top 10. (And yes, we said the same thing before this season about Hall’s chances with the Sabres, but that doesn’t make it any less plausible).

Elias Pettersson, F, Vancouver Canucks (35th place): The Canucks still plan to play again on Friday, and it looks like the chance to get back on the ice went well for some members of the team on Monday. Not only do they get a major fantasy boost with a full 17 game schedule left, but it also looks like the club is getting back to health with their star striker Pettersson. Pettersson’s numbers are down this season since the 2nd quarter. Disappointing March, but he warmed up just before his injury. He’s been demoted in over 10% of leagues, which is enough to take the time to check your roster for free agents.

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Anthony Manta, W, Washington Capitals (97th place): Before this relatively disastrous season for the Red Wings offense, Mantha was building something special. Beginning with the 2017-18 season, his FSU numbers were built on three preseason years: 1.55, 1.75 and 2.08. But Mantha has scored just 1.3 FPPG this season, with the connection to Dylan Larkin not taking the next step (to the detriment of both). This new start with the Caps could be the beginning of an upward trend as the Bombers reach their peak. Let’s just say a role in the top 6 and some decent minutes on the power play bring him back to 1.8 FPPG and into the top 100 for the rest of the season. He should be added from the trade deadline, as there is a margin for him to not meet that threshold and maintain fantastic value.

Protection in motion

Brandon Montour, D, Florida Panthers (ranked 94th): To reiterate a point from our ESPN.com fantasy trade deadline summary: Keith Yandle doesn’t play on the power play, and Montour has what it takes. Montour is not a versatile defender and will not be able to replace Aaron Ekblad, but he can be fantastic on the power play.

Goalkeeper in motion

I’m not pointing the finger at any particular player, I’m just pointing out that the minimum number of games has distilled the stats of goalies even further than skaters. Not that Elvis Merzlikins should be used in fantasy, but as an example: He played in 53% of the Blue Jackets’ games over the past month and has 12 remaining. So at best he has six more games to help your team?

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Some actions from the last action month that stand out and could potentially influence your decision making: Cam Talbot: 75.6%, Saros juice: 68.9%, Thatcher Demko: 84.6% (and still 17 games to go!), Jack Campbell: 65.0%, Martin Jones: 71.0% (and a respectable 3.77 FPP60), Ilya Sorokin: 44.6%

New position on the ranking

Brandon Montour (no. 94), Anthony Manta (97), Vince Dunn (103), Martin Jones (110), Tanner Pearson (111), Joel Edmundson (142), Travis Hamonic (152), Jesper Bratt (157), Alex Goligoski (168), Travis Zajac (172), Joshua Norris (173), Tyler Myers (175), Connor Brown (183), Michael Backlund (185), Ryan Hartman (189), Kevin Labank (191), Corey Perry (192), Paul Zaha (201), Scott Mayfield (202), Alex Galchenyuk (205), Phillip Dano (215), Craig Smith (216), Nate Schmidt (217), Dmitry Orlov (219), Ryan Suter (224), Brock Nelson (227), Adam Lowry (229), Adin Hill (233), Jayden Schwartz (241) Victor Arvidsson (242), Gabriel Vilardi (243), Nikita Gusev (244), Anthony Beauvillier (245), Calle Yarnkrock (246), Nikita Zaitsev (247), Josh Manson (248), Luke Kunin (249), Jeff Skinner (250)

Abandonment

Alexander Radulov, Kaapo Kahkonen, Adrian Kempe, Ilya Samsonov, Dominik Kubalik, Cam Atkinson, Kyler Yamamoto, Boone Jenner, Oliver Bjorkstrand Clayton Keller, Kevin Hayes, Conor Garland, Christian Dvorak, Jordan Binnington, Sean Monahan, Maxime Comtois, Denis Gurianov, Teuvo Teraven, Scott Laughton, Jack Hughes, Oliver Ekman-Larsson, Zach Werensky, Elvis Merzlikins Brian Elliot, Andre Burakovsky, Calvin de Haan, Jack Roslovic, Mattias Ekholm, Rasmus Dahlin, Alex Killorn, Dylan Larkin, Mikael Granlund, Jakub Vrana, Jordan Greenway, Jonas Korpisalo, Jason Dickinson, Ty Smith, Darcy Kemper

Top 250 fantasy hockey rankings

1. Andrey Vasilevsky, G, TB (G1)
2. Austin Matthews, C, Goal (C1)
3. Connor McDavid, C, Edm (C2)
4. Philip Grubauer, G, Colonel (G2)
5. Brad Marchand, LW, Forest (LW1)
6. Nathan MacKinnon, C, Colonel (C3)
7. David Pastrnak, RW, Forest (RW1)
8. Alexander Barkov, C, Fla (C4)
9. Alexey Ovechkin, LW, Wsh (LW2)
10. Patrice Bergeron, C, Forest (C5)
11. Connor Hellbake, G, Wpg (G3)
12. Leon Draisaitl, LW, Edm (LW3)
13. Max Pacioretty, LW, Vgs (LW4)
14. Adam Fox, D, New York (D1)
15. Alec Martinez, D, Vgs (D2)
16. Mikko Rantanen, RV, Colonel (RW2)
17. Victor Hedman, D, TB (D3)
18. Mika Zibanejad, C, NYR (C6)
19. Mitchell Marner, RW, But (RW3)
20. Vincent Trocheck, C, Auto (C7)
21. Sidney Crosby, C, Pit (C8)
22. Artemy Panarin, LW, NYR (LW5)
23. Jake Guentzel, LW, Pit (LW6)
24. Gabriel Landeskog, LW, Colonel (LW7)
25. Roope Hintz, C, Dal (C9)
26. Tyler Toffoli, RW, Mo (RW4)
27. Hamilton Arc, D, Auto (D4)
28. John Carlson, D, Wsh (D5)
29. Jeff Petrie, D, Mon (D6)
30. Mark Stone, RW, Vgs (RW5)
31. Chris Letang, D, Pit (D7)
32. Kirill Kaprizov, LW, Min (LW8)
33. Thatcher Demco, G., Van (G4)
34. Darnell Nurse, D, Edmar (D8)35. Elias Pettersson, C., Van (C10)
36. Mike Smith, G., Edmar (G5)
37. Joe Pavelski, RW, Dal (RW6)
38. Drew Doughty, D, Los Angeles (D9)39. Taylor Hall, LW, Forest (LW9)
40. Jacob Trouba, D, New York (D10)
41. Ivan Provorov, D, Phi (D11)
42. Juus Saros, G, Nsh (G6)
43. Shea Weber, D, Mon (D12)
44. Keil Makar, D, Col (D13)
45. Sebastian Aho, C, Automotive (C11)
46. Mark Scheifele, C, Wpg (C12)
47. Pavel Buchnevich, RW, New York (RW7)
48. Evander Kane, LW, SJ (LW10)
49. Sean Couturier, K, verse (C13) 50. Ryan O’Reilly, C, StL (C14)
51. Cam Talbot, Ji, Min (G7)
52. Bo Horvath, C., Wang (C15)
53. Josh Anderson, RW, Mo (RW8)
54. Nicklas Backstrom, C, Wsh (C16)
55. J.T. Miller, C., Wang (C17)56. Ryan Strom, C, NYR (C18)
57. Brayden Point, C, TB (C19)
58. Anze Kopitar, C, LA (C20)
59. Jared Spurgeon, D., Min (D14)
60. Kevin Fiala, S, Min (C21)61. Shea Theodore, D, Vgs (D15)
62. Brent Burns, D, SJ (D16)
63. Marc-André Fleury, G, Vgs (G8)
64. Thomas Hertl, C., SJ (C22)
65. Charlie McAvoy, D., Forest (D17)
66. T.J. Oshie, RW, Wsh (RW9)
67. Nick Suzuki, C, Mo (C23)
68. David Perron, RW, StL (RW10)
69. Martin Necas, C, Auto (C24)
70. Witek Vanecek, G, Wsh (G9)
71. Kyle Connor, LW, Wpg (LW11)
72. Semyon Varlamov, G, NYI (G10)
73. Jacob Cichrun, D, Ari (D18)
74. Ondřej Palát, LW, TB (LW12)
75. Alex Pietrangelo, D, Vgs (D19)
76. Jonathan Huberdeau, LW, Fla (LW13)
77. Brady Tkachuk, LW, Ott (LW14)
78. Alex DeBrincat, LW, Chi (LW15)
79. Jack Campbell, G., Thor (G11)
80. Emmerwiel, RW, Wpg (RW11)
81. Tyson Barry, D, Edm (D20)
82. Brock Boeser, RW, Van (RW12)
83. Nicholas Ehlers, LW, Wpg (LW16)
84. Kevin Lankinen, G., Chi (G12)
85. Chris Kreider, LW, NYR (LW17)
86. Tomas Tatar, LW, Mo (LW18)
87. Stephen Stamkos, C, TB (C25)
88. Devon Toews, D, Col (D21)
89. Brian Rast, RW, Pit (RW13)
90. Miro Heiskanen, D, Dal (D22)
91. John Klingberg, D, Dal (D23)
92. Justin Falk, D, StL (D24)
93. Patrick Kane, RW, Chi (RW14)
94. Brandon Montour, D, Fla (D25)
95. Kyle Palmieri, RW, NYI (RW15)
96. Roman Yosi, D, Nsh (D26)
97. Anthony Manta, RW, Wsh (RW16)
98. Jason Robertson, LW, Dal (LW19)
99. Jean-Gabriel Pago, C, New York (C26)
100. Petr Mrazek, G, Automotive (G13)
101. Jordan Staal, S, Motorist (C27)102 Seth Jones, D, Cls (D27)
,103. Vince Dunn, D, StL (D28)
104. Yanni Gurd, LW, TB (LW20)
105. Shane Gostisbehere, D, Fi (D29)
,106. Ilya Sorokin, G, New York (G14)
,107. Colton Parayko, D, StL (D30)
,108. Jonas Brodin, D, Min (D31)
109. Neil Pionk, D, Wpg (D32)
110. Martin Jones, G, SJ (G15)
111. Tanner Pearson, LW, Van (LW21)
112. Evgeny Malkin, C, Pit (C28)
113. Vladimir Tarasenko, RV, St. Petersburg (RW17)114. Igor Shesterkin, G, New York (G16)
115. Joel Eriksson Eck, C, Min (C29)
116. Mark Giordano, D, Cgy (D33)
117. Matt Grzhelczyk, D, Forest (D34)
118. Jamie Benn, LW, Dal (LW22)
119. Tyler Motte, LW, from (LW23)
120. Tristan Jarry, G., Pete (G17)
121. Quinn Hughes, D, Van (D35)
122. John Tavares, C., door (C30)
123. Rasmus Ristolainen, D, Boothe (D36)
124. Adam Larsson, D, Edm (D37)
125. Chris Dreiger, G, Fla (G18)
126. Thomas Chabot, D., Ott (D38)
127. Connor Murphy, D, Chi (D39)
,128. Travis Konecny, RW, Phi (RW18)
129. David Krejci, C, Forest (C31)
130. Jake Muzzin, D, Thor (D40)
,131. Casey DeSmith, G., Pete (G19)
132. Alexander Edler, D, Van (D41)
133. Alex Iafallo, LA (LW24)
134. Carter Verhege, C, Fla (C32)
135. Josh Morrissey, D, Wpg (D42)
,136. Tom Wilson, RW, Wsh (RW19)
.137. Robin Lehner, G, Vgs (G20)
138. Matthew Barzal, C, NYI (C33)
139. Sergey Bobrovsky, G, Fla (G21)140. Patrick Hornquist, RW, Fla (RW20)
141. Matthew Dumba, D, Min (D43)
,142. Joel Edmundson, D, Mon (D44)
,143. Jonathan Marchessault, LW, Vgs (LW25)
144. Zach Hyman, LW, Target (LW26)
145. Jack Eichel, C., Boothe (C34)
146. Ryan Graves, D, Col (D45)
.147. Elias Lindholm, RW, Cgy (RW21)
148. Logan Couture, C, SJ (C35)
149. Jakub Voracek, RW, Phi (RW22)
150. Ryan Pulock, D, New York (D46)
,151. Esa Lindell, D, Dahl (D47)
152. Travis Hamonic, D, Wang (D48)
.153. Jonas Donskoy, RV, Colonel (RW23)
154. Philip Forsberg, LW, Nsh (LW27)
155. Jaroslav Halak, G, Bos (G22)156. William Karlsson, C, Vgs (C36)
157. Jesper Bratt, RW, NJ (RW24)
.158. Anton Khudobin, G, Dahl (G23)159. Dustin Brown, RW, LA (RW25)
.160. Patrick Lane, RW, Cls (RW26)
161. Morgan Rilley, D, Thor (D49)
162. Mats Zuccarello, RV, Min (RW27)
163. Claude Giroux, LW, Phi (LW28)
164. Alex Nedeljkovic, G, Automotive (G24)165. Mikhail Sergachev, D, TB (D50)166. Matthew Tkachuk, LW, Cgy (LW29)
167. Timo Meyer, RW, SJ (RW28)
168. Alex Goligoski, D, Ari (D51)
169. Joel Farabee, LW, Phi (LW30)
170. Eli Tolvanen, LW, Nsh (LW31)
171. Kirby Roof, C, Chi (C37)
172. Travis Zajac, C, New York (C38)
173. Joshua Norris, C, Ott (C39)
174. Andrew Kopp, C, Wpg (C40)
175. Tyler Myers, D., Van (D52)
176. Samuel Girard, D, Colonel (D53)
177. Jeff Carter, C, Pit (C41)
178. Tyler Seguin, C, Dal (C42)
179. Calvin Petersen, G, Los Angeles (G25)
180. Erik Karlsson, D, SJ (D54)
181. Pierre-Luc Dubois, C, Wpg (C43)
182. Brett Pesce, D, automotive (D55)
183. Connor Brown, RW, Ott (RW29)
184. Nick Ritchie, LW, Forest (LW32)
185. Mikael Backlund, C, Cgy (C44)
186. Johnny Gaudreau, LW, Cgy (LW33)
,187. Sam Reinhart, RW, Buf (RW30)
188. Ryan Nugent-Hopkins, C, Edm (C45)
189. Ryan Hartman, RV, Min (RW31)
190. Andrey Svechnikov, LW, Auto (LW34)
191. Kevin Labank, RW, SJ (RW32)
192. Corey Perry, RW, Mo (RW33)
193. Nino Niederreiter, RW, Auto (RW34)
194. Oliver Wahlstrom, RW, NYI (RW35)
195. Jared McCann, LW, Pit (LW35)
196. Victor Olofsson, RW, Buf (RW36)
197. Tuukka Rask, G, Bos (G26)
198. Torey Circle, D, StL (D56)
199. Evgeny Kuznetsov, C, Wsh (C46)
200. Miles Wood, LW, NJ (LW36)
201. Paul Zaha, C, NJ (C47)
202. Scott Mayfield, D, New York (D57).203. Phil Kessel, RW, Ari (RW37)
204. Duncan Keith, D, Chi (D58)
,205. Alex Galchenyuk, LW, Gate (LW37)
206. Nick Foligno, LW, Gate (LW38)
207. Jacob Markstrom, G., Chi (G27)
,208. William Nylander, RW, But (RW38)
209. Justin Schultz, D, Wsh (D59)
.210. Jordan Eberle, RW, New York (RW39)
211. Jakob Slavin, D, automotive (D60)
212. Carey Price, G, Mon (G28)
213. Brayden Schenn, C, StL (C48)
214. Ryan McDonagh, D, TB (D61)
.215. Philippe Dano, C., Mon (C49)
216. Craig Smith, RW, Forest (RW40)
217. Nate Schmidt, D, Wang (D62)
218. Rickard Ruckell, C., Ana (C50)
219. Dmitry Orlov, D, Wsh (D63)
220. Wayne Simmonds, RV, Purpose (RW41)
221. Chandler Stevenson, C, Vgs (C51)
222. James van Riemsdyk, LW, Phi (LW39)
223. Adam Boquist, D, Chi (D64)
.224. Ryan Souter, D, Min (D65)
,225. Eric Staal, C., Mo (C52)
226. Keith Yandle, D, Fla (D66)
227. Brock Nelson, C, New York (C53)
228. Brandon Tanev, LW, Pit (LW40)
.229. Adam Lowry, C, Wpg (C54)
230. Robbie Fabbri, C, Det (C55)
231. Jonathan Bernier, G, Det (G29)
232. David Savard, D, TB (D67)
233. Adin Hill, G., Ari (G30)
234. Nazem Qadri, K, Col (C56)235. P.K. Subban, D., N.J. (D68)
236. Frederik Andersen, G., Thor (G31)
237. Drake Batterson, C, Ott (C57)
238. Alex Tuch, RW, Vgs (RW42)
239. Anthony Cirelli, C, TB (C58)
240. Frank Watrano, LW, Fla (LW41)
241. Jaden Schwartz, LW, StL (LW42)
242. Viktor Arvidsson, RW, Nsh (RW43)
243. Gabriel Villardi, C, LA (C59)
244. Nikita Gusev, LW, Fla (LW43)
245. Anthony Beauvillier, Los Angeles, New York (LW44)
246. Calle Yarnkrock, C, Nsh (C60)
247. Nikita Zaitsev, D, Ott (D69)
248. Josh Manson, D., Ana (D70)
249. Luke Koonin, C, Nsh (C61)
250. Jeff Skinner, LW, Buf (LW45)

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