This year’s fantasy league is likely to be filled with young players. Fantasy owners will obviously go for top players like Sidney Crosby, Evgeni Malkin, Steven Stamkos and Alex Ovechkin on their team, however there are few other young talents are expected to boost your rankings.
Taylor Hall [Forward] – Edmonton Oilers:
Oilers’ first pick in the 2010 NHL Draft made his NHL Debut in the same year and tallied 42points in 65 games (22g-22a). In the following season he made 53 points in 61 games (27g-26a).
In the last season he notched 50 points by tallying 16 goals and 34 assists in 45 games.
The 21year –old Hall is a decisive player in the team and he had 15- game winning goals in his career. Also, he can help the fantasy team in power-play points. In the past three seasons he had 25 power-play goals and 46 power play points.
Hall is an offensive player, which will definitely boost the numbers in the table.
One more important note about the player is, he was the youngest player who was invited to the Canada’s Olympic Orientation camp.
You can choose him as the forward and he will surely rise the points.
Tyler Seguin [Forward] – Dallas Stars:
Boston Bruins 1st pick in the 2010 NHL Draft made his NHL debut in the same year and finished the season with 22 points by adding 11 goals and 11 assists in 74 games.
As a rookie Seguin won a Stanley Cup in 2011, and also he assisted Bruins in reaching the Stanley Cup Finals in the last season. Recently he was traded to Dallas Stars.
The 21-year-old Tyler Seguin will play in the center and he will be middle of the Dallas Stars’ top line.
In the last season Seguin performance in the Playoff games may not shown the spark (22gp-1g-7a-8p); however he played well in the NHL. He played 203 regular season games and tallied with 21 points (56g-65a). Bidding Seguin in your team will be a wise decision.