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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UFA GP G A PTS +/- PIM PP SOG Pct TOI PPTOI
O'Brien, Shane D VAN 77 0 10 10 5 196 0 39 0 14.92 0.09
Finished second in the league in penalty minutes, no other defenseman ranked in the top 20.
O'Donnell, Sean D LA 82 0 12 12 2 71 0 32 0 20.48 0.13
See Todd Fedoruk.
Oduya, Johnny D NJ X 82 7 22 29 21 30 5 108 6.5 20.88 0.90
Settling in as a 30-point blueliner.
Ohlund, Mattias D VAN X 82 6 19 25 14 105 8 131 4.6 21.57 2.37
He's very dependable and the Canucks didn't need him to provide as much as usual on offense. He won't do any better if he's back in Vancouver.
Okposo, Kyle RW NYI 65 18 21 39 -6 36 13 165 10.9 18.01 3.18
Decent rookie season with an incredible last month (16 points in his last 14 games) point to a very bright future. I think he'll be in the 65-point range next season.
Olesz, Rostislav C FLA 37 4 5 9 -5 8 1 69 5.8 13.20 1.82
Injuries are becoming a habit, however he still has 50-point upside.
Orpik, Brooks D PIT 79 2 17 19 10 73 2 39 5.1 20.33 0.52
Surpassed last year's career high by 8 points.
Orr, Colton RW NYR X 82 1 4 5 -15 193 0 40 2.5 6.49 0.05
One of the top PIM guys there is.
Oshie, T.J. C STL 57 14 25 39 16 30 13 101 13.9 16.58 2.43
Scored 35 points in 45 games following his December 30th return. He could reach 70 points as soon as next season.
O'Sullivan, Patrick C EDM 81 16 27 43 -6 28 9 259 6.2 19.15 2.95
Struggled in LA and has been terrible in Edmonton. There are close to 500 players with a better shooting percentage. It can't be that bad next year so expect a rebound to at least 25 goals.
Ott, Steve LW DAL 64 19 27 46 3 135 12 132 14.4 17.58 2.75
Although he was injured himself, he benefitted from all injuries in Dallas. I'm not sure in can sustain that kind of production over a full season on a relatively healthy squad, but he is a former first round pick.
Ovechkin, Alex LW WAS 79 56 54 110 8 72 46 528 10.6 22.98 5.40
He's the top pick once again in 2009-10.
Oystrick, Nathan D ATL 53 4 8 12 -2 50 2 43 9.3 15.74 0.60
Scored 43 and 47 points the two previous seasons in the AHL, but doesn't seem to figure prominently in the Thrashers plans so his upside is limited considering he's already 26 years old.

 

 

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