Eric Maltais, who pens Croaks, from the Fantasy Frog, gives you his take on most of the players from a fantasy standpoint. Some may differ from what you find in the DobberHockey Fantasy Guide, but it's good to have several viewpoints.

 

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Player UFA GP G A PTS +/- PIM PP SOG Pct TOI PPTOI
Hagman, Niklas RW TOR 65 22 20 42 -5 4 13 168 13.1 17.09 2.35
Surpassed last year's 41 points despite missing 17 games. I'm thinking he could actually score 30 goals.
Hainsey, Ron D ATL 81 6 33 39 -16 32 18 148 4.1 22.37 3.72
Similar numbers for three season now, count on him for 35 to 40 points.
Halpern, Jeff C TB 52 7 9 16 -13 32 4 60 11.7 17.02 2.15
Came back from a serious knee injury and was his usual low scoring self.
Hamhuis, Dan D NSH 82 3 23 26 -4 67 6 135 2.2 22.84 1.41
Fourth season in five years with 20 to 27 points.
Hamrlik, Roman D MON 81 6 27 33 5 62 3 143 4.2 21.91 1.55
Without much power play time, his production is limited.
Handzus, Michal C LA 82 18 24 42 -7 32 16 143 12.6 18.90 3.20
Salvaged a dreadful season with a solid month of March. His ceiling is 50 points.
Hansen, Jannik RW VAN 55 6 15 21 5 37 0 64 9.4 12.52 0.08
He'll never be a great scorer, but could work his way up to 40 points eventually.
Hanzal, Martin C PHO 74 11 20 31 -4 40 2 97 11.3 16.36 0.81
Much like Mueller, didn't have a very good sophomore season. He doesn't have Mueller's upside, but should also be much better next season.
Harrold, Peter D LA 69 4 8 12 -13 28 5 95 4.2 13.18 2.37
Harrold was expected to do what Quincey achieved.
Hartnell, Scott LW PHI 82 30 30 60 14 143 13 210 14.3 17.81 2.37
This is the kind of season we've been expecting for a while from Hartnell. It looks like he finally has arrived.
Havelid, Niclas D NJ X 78 2 17 19 2 48 5 56 3.6 20.43 0.67
Gone are his 30-point days.
Havlat, Martin LW CHI X 81 29 48 77 29 30 14 249 11.6 17.39 3.15
Reached career high in games played. Doubtful he'll reach 70 games next season.
Heatley, Dany RW OTT 82 39 33 72 -11 88 26 258 15.1 20.11 4.09
Last year was considered an off year, let's consider it the lowest level production you can expect from Heatley.
Hecht, Jochen LW BUF 70 12 15 27 -9 33 5 173 6.9 17.39 1.17
Another huge disappointment in Buffalo despite the low expectations. Don't expect more than 40 points from Hecht next year.
Hedman, Victor D TB? 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.00 0.00
He'll go to Tampa Bay if the Isles take Tavares. Often compared to Pronger and like him, Hedman could take 4 or 5 years to develop into an offensive force.
Hejda, Jan D CLB 82 3 18 21 23 38 0 66 4.5 22.38 0.22
His job is to prevent the opponents from scoring and he does it very well.
Hejduk, Milan RW COL 82 27 32 59 -19 16 19 211 12.8 19.93 3.84
Inconsistent throughout his career, he is settling into a 25-30 goal scorer.
Hemsky, Ales RW EDM 72 23 43 66 1 32 31 185 12.4 18.65 4.26
He has the talent to ascend to another level, 90 points, but needs a star player at his side to do it.
Hensick, T.J. C COL 61 4 17 21 -7 14 6 116 3.4 12.90 2.24
Doesn't look like he'll be fantasy worthy for a couple more years.
Higgins, Christopher C MON 57 12 11 23 -1 22 4 151 7.9 17.00 2.14
A season to forget for Higgins who'll get back to the 25-goal range next season.
Hilbert, Andy C NYI X 67 11 16 27 -3 22 4 167 6.6 16.15 1.02
A good checking line player who'll be happy to reach 30 points.
Holmstrom, Tomas LW DET 53 14 23 37 18 38 12 75 18.7 15.27 3.29
Second straight injury filled season, only worth a flyer as a late round pick.
Horcoff, Shawn C EDM 80 17 36 53 7 39 21 178 9.6 21.36 3.76
After scoring 50 points in 53 games last year, it was expected he would get back to the 70-point range he achieved 3 years ago. He's just too inconsistent to be drafted as anything more than a 50-point guy.
Horton, Nathan C FLA 67 22 23 45 -5 48 14 131 16.8 17.84 3.52
Once thought he'd score 35 to 40 goals on a regular basis. Now, I barely see him hitting 30 the next couple of years unless Frolik improves real fast. Suffered a huge drop in SOG this season.
Hossa, Marian RW DET X 74 40 31 71 27 63 23 307 13 17.80 3.06
Whether he re-signs with the Wings or goes elsewhere, he'll keep on producing. Odds are the Wings can't re-sign him now that they've given Franzen a big contract.
Hudler, Jiri C DET 82 23 34 57 7 16 28 155 14.8 13.65 3.02
Lowest average ice time amongst top 180 scorers. He still has room for improvement with a larger role on a new team.
Hunter, Trent RW NYI 55 14 17 31 -8 41 10 154 9.1 16.38 3.51
With the team improving Hunter has a shot at repeating his 25-goal, 51-point rookie season in 2009-10.
Hunwick, Matt D BOS 53 6 21 27 15 31 8 58 10.3 16.98 1.55
He's not as good as his points-per-game suggest.
Huselius, Kristian LW CLB 74 21 35 56 1 44 14 212 9.9 19.52 3.91
I'm not a Huselius fan, he's too inconsistent so I'm not surprised by this kind of production and will never expect more from him.

 

 

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