Top 200 Fantasy Prospect Forwards – November 2017

by Dobber on November 13, 2017 | (10 Comments)

Below are the Top 200 prospect forwards to own in your fantasy hockey keeper league - November edition...

Check in tomorrow for the Top 50 prospect defensemen. As always, players within +/-5.0 rating points of each other should be considered equal and at that point would depend on team need or personal taste.

Factors include wait time, upside, NHL certainty. Click on a player name to be taken to our fantasy profile written up by our team scouts

 

Nov 10 Prospect Team type Prospect Rating Oct 10 Jul 10
1 Clayton Keller ARI o 103.7 1 1
2 Nico Hischier NJD o 97.8 2 2
3 Brock Boeser VAN p 90.9 4 6
4 Mathew Barzal NYI o 85.2 12 10
5 Nolan Patrick PHI o 84.2 3 3
6 Dylan Strome ARI o 82.2 6 4
7 Alex DeBrincat CHI os 79.4 14 34
8 Kyle Connor WPG o 76.6 15 12
9 Tyson Jost COL o 76.5 8 13
10 Oliver Bjorkstrand CBJ o 75.7 10 9
11 Kevin Labanc SJS o 74.9 7 8
12 Jakub Vrana WAS o 74.6 13 20
13 Pierre-Luc Dubois CBJ t 74.4 11 11
14 Jesse Puljujarvi EDM t 73.4 9 7
15 Jesper Bratt NJD o 72.1 37 NR
16 Brendan Perlini ARI o 71.9 16 22
17 Luke Kunin MIN o 71.4 20 24
18 Anthony Beauvillier NYI o 70.8 17 18
19 Timo Meier SJS o 70.5 18 16
20 Kailer Yamamoto EDM os 70.1 70 86
21 Sam Steel ANA o 69.8 21 17
22 Alex Tuch VGK p 69.7 56 53
23 Joel Eriksson Ek MIN o 69.6 22 29
24 Colin White OTT o 69.1 23 21
25 Christian Fischer ARI p 68.8 24 25
26 Owen Tippett FLA o 68.2 28 38
27 Ivan Barbashev STL t 68.2 25 23
28 Anders Bjork BOS t 68.1 31 56
29 Cody Glass VGK o 68.1 19 15
30 Josh Ho-Sang NYI o 68.0 26 19
31 Evgeny Svechnikov DET o 67.9 27 27
32 Casey Mittelstadt BUF o 67.2 29 28
33 Kevin Fiala NSH o 66.9 32 26
34 Elias Pettersson VAN o 66.9 30 30
35 Adrian Kempe LAK o 65.9 71 62
36 Alexander Nylander BUF o 65.1 33 31
37 Nikolay Goldobin VAN o 64.9 34 32
38 Logan Brown OTT o 64.7 36 42
39 Gabriel Vilardi LAK o 63.8 39 35
40 Mark Jankowski CGY p 63.0 47 49
41 Nicolas Roy CAR t 63.0 42 37
42 Daniel O'Regan SJS t 63.0 43 44
43 Kasperi Kapanen TOR o 62.4 45 40
44 Nick Suzuki VGK t 62.4 46 41
45 Kirill Kaprizov MIN os 62.1 41 14
46 Alexander Kerfoot COL os 61.9 59 116
47 Michael McLeod NJD t 61.9 49 46
48 Jack Roslovic WPG t 61.8 50 45
49 Danton Heinen BOS o 61.7 89 81
50 Vladislav Kamenev COL t 61.6 48 43
51 Daniel Sprong PIT o 61.5 55 51
52 Tage Thompson STL o 61.5 35 33
53 J.T. Compher COL t 61.2 61 60
54 Charles Hudon MON o 61.1 53 57
55 Jayce Hawryluk FLA o 61.0 40 36
56 Filip Chytil NYR o 60.9 51 102
57 Jakob Forsbacka Karlsson BOS o 60.8 52 48
58 Jordan Weal PHI os 60.6 44 68
59 Vitali Abramov CBJ os 60.0 94 146
60 Denis Malgin FLA os 59.9 57 52
61 Henrik Borgstrom FLA t 59.8 58 55
62 Taylor Raddysh TBL o 59.5 54 50
63 Sonny Milano CBJ o 59.1 60 63
64 Lawson Crouse ARI p 58.9 62 58
65 Adam Gaudette VAN o 58.7 63 59
66 Anthony Cirelli TBL o 58.5 64 61
67 German Rubtsov PHI t 58.2 65 54
68 Lias Andersson NYR t 57.7 67 64
69 Michael Rasmussen DET p 57.6 68 79
70 Julien Gauthier CAR o 57.4 69 65
71 Nick Merkley ARI o 57.0 87 83
72 Ondrej Kase ANA o 56.9 72 162
73 Hudson Fasching BUF p 56.5 73 67
74 Maxim Letunov SJS o 56.1 77 71
75 Troy Terry ANA o 56.1 78 72
76 Jake DeBrusk BOS o 55.9 109 152
77 John Quenneville NJD t 55.8 76 73
78 Aleksi Saarela CAR o 55.8 79 74
79 Zach Senyshyn BOS o 55.7 80 76
80 Jordan Greenway MIN p 55.6 81 77
81 Tyler Motte CBJ os 55.3 83 66
82 Jason Dickinson DAL t 55.2 84 75
83 John Hayden CHI p 55.1 93 109
84 Martin Frk DET o 55.1 104 179
85 Jean-Christophe Beaudin COL o 54.8 86 82
86 Nicolas Petan WPG os 54.6 66 47
87 Brendan Leipsic VGK o 54.6 100 92
88 Nicholas Baptiste BUF o 54.5 88 120
89 Max Jones ANA p 54.5 90 84
90 Tyler Bertuzzi DET p 54.4 91 85
91 Andrew Mangiapane CGY o 54.0 124 115
92 Michael Dal Colle NYI o 53.7 75 70
93 Yanni Gourde TBL os 53.4 117 163
94 Martin Necas CAR o 53.0 95 97
95 Nikita Soshnikov TOR o 52.7 96 88
96 Austin Czarnik BOS os 52.1 98 91
97 Henrik Haapala FLA o 51.9 97 108
98 Josh Leivo TOR p 51.7 108 110
99 Francis Perron OTT o 51.7 101 95
100 Denis Gurianov DAL o 51.3 103 101
101 Josh Norris SJS o 51.2 105 98
102 Zach Aston-Reese PIT o 51.1 92 173
103 Janne Kuokkanen CAR o 51.0 106 138
104 Michael McCarron MON p 50.7 102 90
105 Cliff Pu BUF o 50.6 82 78
106 Robert Thomas STL t 50.5 136 129
107 Nikita Scherbak MON o 50.3 74 69
108 Jake Virtanen VAN p 50.1 107 99
109 Miro Aaltonen TOR o 49.8 110 144
110 Anton Slepyshev EDM o 49.5 175 175
111 Anton Rodin VAN o 49.5 99 87
112 Laurent Dauphin CHI o 49.4 112 103
113 Jordan Kyrou STL o 49.1 193 194
114 AJ Greer COL p 48.9 113 106
115 Riley Barber WAS t 48.8 114 93
116 Spencer Foo CGY o 48.7 115 156
117 Remi Elie DAL p 48.6 116 137
118 Brett Howden TBL t 48.6 142 134
119 Nikita Gusev VGK os 48.5 118 94
120 Yakov Trenin NSH o 48.5 119 111
121 Seth Griffith BUF o 48.5 111 117
122 Dylan Sikura CHI o 48.4 120 112
123 Rasmus Asplund BUF o 48.4 121 113
124 Kerby Rychel TOR p 48.3 122 96
125 Jeremy Bracco TOR o 48.3 123 114
126 Martin Reway MON o 48.1 125 107
127 Oskar Lindblom PHI t 47.9 126 118
128 Warren Foegele CAR o 47.9 146 139
129 Adam Mascherin FLA os 47.8 127 119
130 Alex Iafallo LAK o 47.7 217 213
131 Valentin Zykov CAR o 47.6 148 141
132 Kenny Agostino BOS o 47.4 132 100
133 Pontus Åberg  NSH t 47.1 128 122
134 Oskar Sundqvist STL t 47.1 129 123
135 Riley Tufte DAL p 47.0 130 124
136 Dmytro Timashov TOR o 47.0 131 125
137 Jonathan Dahlen VAN o 47.0 133 126
138 Axel Holmstrom DET o 47.0 134 127
139 Travis Boyd WAS o 46.7 159 150
140 Rocco Grimaldi COL os 46.6 138 105
141 Rourke Chartier SJS o 46.6 139 131
142 Carl Grundstrom TOR o 46.6 140 132
143 Mitchell Stephens TBL t 46.6 141 133
144 Morgan Frost PHI o 46.5 144 136
145 Alex Formenton OTT o 46.5 145 NR
146 Eeli Tolvanen NSH o 46.5 223 220
147 Lucas Wallmark CAR o 46.4 178 177
148 Justin Bailey BUF o 46.4 147 140
149 Ryan Gropp NYR p 46.4 149 142
150 Deven Sideroff ANA o 46.4 150 143
151 Nick Paul OTT p 46.3 137 128
152 Kevin Roy ANA o 46.2 192 192
153 Nicklas Jensen NYR p 46.2 151 104
154 Kalle Kossila ANA o 46.1 152 155
155 Nathan Walker WAS o 46.1 154 223
156 Joseph Blandisi NJD o 46.1 155 145
157 Taylor Leier PHI o 46.1 153 216
158 Blake Speers NJD o 46.0 156 147
159 Ryan MacInnis ARI t 45.8 157 148
160 Morgan Klimchuk CGY t 45.6 158 149
161 Peter Cehlarik BOS o 45.5 160 151
162 Zach Sanford STL o 45.1 161 121
163 Mike Vecchione PHI os 44.9 179 178
164 Adam Erne TBL p 44.9 162 158
165 Teemu Pulkkinen VGK o 44.9 163 159
166 Martins Dzierkals TOR o 44.8 164 160
167 Mikhail Vorobyov PHI o 44.8 165 161
168 Andrew Poturalski CAR o 44.6 143 135
169 Kristian Vesalainen WPG p 44.5 166 165
170 Samuel Blais STL o 44.5 167 166
171 Calvin Thurkauf CBJ p 44.4 169 168
172 Julius Nattinen ANA o 44.3 170 169
173 Tyler Moy NSH o 44.3 171 170
174 Maxim Mamin FLA o 44.2 172 171
175 Cole Ully DAL o 44.1 173 172
176 Adam Helewka SJS t 44.0 174 174
177 Mathieu Joseph TBL t 44.0 177 176
178 Frederik Gaudreau NSH o 43.9 180 181
179 Joseph Gambardella EDM o 43.9 181 182
180 Rudolfs Balcers SJS o 43.8 182 183
181 Matej Stransky DAL o 43.8 183 184
182 Gemel Smith DAL o 43.7 184 185
183 Hunter Shinkaruk CGY o 43.7 135 89
184 Jujhar Khaira EDM p 43.7 185 164
185 Chandler Stephenson WAS o 43.7 206 230
186 Tomas Nosek VGK t 43.6 218 214
187 Patrick Harper NSH os 43.6 186 186
188 Tobias Lindberg VGK o 43.4 187 187
189 Michael Mersch LAK o 43.4 188 188
190 Dennis Yan TBL o 43.4 189 189
191 Klim Kostin STL p 43.3 190 190
192 Michael Spacek WPG o 43.1 191 191
193 Brandon Hagel BUF o 43.0 194 195
194 Dylan Gambrell SJS o 43.0 195 196
195 Adam Brooks TOR o 43.0 196 197
196 Kole Lind VAN o 43.0 222 219
197 Tyler Benson EDM o 43.0 197 198
198 C.J. Smith BUF o 43.0 NR NR
199 Ty Rattie EDM o 43.0 198 153
200 Dominik Simon PIT o 42.9 200 154

 

 

This month's prospect graduates...

85 Lazar Curtis CGY
38 Hartman Ryan CHI
312 McKegg Greg PIT
252 Carpenter Ryan SJS
290 Goodrow Barclay SJS
5 Shipachyov Vadim VGK

 

 

 

 

  • R McGinnis

    Tolvaven is far too low on this list. He may be in the KHL (this year) but he is a lock for top 30. He is putting up some historic numbers. He is closer to the NHL than many players on this list. Necas is another player I’d like to see a bit higher, and I would reverse Rodin and Dahlen for the Canucks prospect list (similar situation as the Stecher/Subban debate from last year). Dahlen will be in North America next year with Pettersson, either the AHL or more likely landing in the NHL to replace D Sedin. I think Rodin is going to need to play elsewhere to really get a shot and has not had much of an impact in the AHL this year.

  • Tommi Edward Kenttä

    So no Jake Evans in this list? 19 points in 12 games, leading NCAA scoring and Notre Dame next best guy has 12 points.

    • Dobber

      Thanks for the info

  • Paul

    What’s with Tolvanen’s rank/value? He’s killing the KHL as an 18 year old (looks on track to outscore what Kuznetsov and Tarasenko did in their 18-year-old seasons), has already played two years in North America in the USHL.

    • Dobber

      Nashville factor implies long wait time (Fiala, Arvidsson, etc), KHL factor implies risk, and over the past month his KHL numbers have really slowed. He did it all in the first month.
      Take a look at the leaders – he’s far behind such “proven” NHL studs as Linden Vey and Nigel Dawes, for example. Don’t put the horse before the wagon

      • Chad Grisdale

        So what’s the logic behind Kaprizov being so high? His wait is minimum 3 years, same league & weaker output. You’re telling me that Kaprizov is really 100 spots better? Credit for moving Tolvanen up 80 spots from last month but putting the cart before the horse is what the list is all about. Look at production relative to peers (past & present) to determine future outlook. Tolvanen is going to break Kuznetsov’s 18yo record & has already beat Tarasenko, Buchnevich & Kaprizov full season totals. That’s some pretty elite company.

      • Dobber

        So is Nigel Dawes. Not too impressed, actually. But if you were watching from the start you’ll see that Tolvanen’s production has slid over the past month. Got it all early on.

        Anyway, Kaprizov – same idea. Know why he’s so high? Because two years ago when I had him low, 50 commenters and Tweeters and emailers bugged and bugged me about him being so low. Why was he so low? He’s awesome. He’s about to break so-and-so’s record. I gradually moved him up into the Top 10. And Tolvanen, over time, will be the same. Gradual. Needs to be earned. Artem Anisimov led the NHL in scoring around this time last year, how did he end up?

        Tolvanen went up 80 spots this month. Can that be enough for now? And maybe 80 spots next month? No? He’s a sure thing? There’s a reason why 20 other teams passed on him at the draft – his NHL signing isn’t a lock.

        Using my +/- 5.0 guideline, Tolvanen could be as high as 100th here. You came here for my opinion but I’m not forcing you to agree with me. I hate having to wait 4 years on a guy, eating up a roster spot. Kaprizov is a full year closer than Tolvanen, that means a lot. He’s also more proven and impressive production-wise over a longer term. My lack of wanting to wait for players for 4 years has caused me to trade players like Tarasenko – but then I used that roster spot for two years and did well with it.

        If I’m a little defensive, I’m sorry. It’s been a terribly rough week. I’ve been in the hospital all week, feeling terrible. Just not good. And I feel like Tolvanen has bombarded me since I put out this list. Not just here, but on Twitter readers are relentless. I guess I should be happy that people care, but as I said it’s been a tough week. I’d love nothing more than to go the rest of this month without hearing the Tolvanen name, and next month if I never hear his name I’ll be over the moon with joy

  • Wes

    Thoughts on Steenbergen? Arizona seems like it could use a kid like him?

    • Dobber

      Could just be another Connor Garland, so be cautious. But this was my oversight. For some stupid reason I thought he wasn’t drafted yet so although I looked at him, I “overlooked” him. Didn’t even have him on my list. I’m a real idiot for that one. I just put him into my template now and he sits around 178th

      • Howard

        How about Aleksi Heponiemi? Was that also an oversight, or did he simply not crack the list?