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
Walker, Matt D CHI X 65 1 13 14 7 79 0 83 1.2 16.63 0.08
Had a 3-point game this season despite the fact that he had a total of 11 points in 175 career games prior to this season.
Walker, Scott RW CAR 41 5 10 15 -4 39 2 71 7 13.34 0.74
Always had trouble staying healthy and he'll turn 36 this summer, his valuable days are over.
Ward, Joel RW NSH X 79 17 18 35 1 29 4 133 12.8 16.02 1.19
Incredibly surprising production considering he's 28 and had zero goals 11 NHL games under his belt before this season.
Weber, Shea D NSH 81 23 30 53 1 80 19 251 9.2 23.97 4.45
Had an up and down season, 25 points in his first 26 games, then only 8 points in 32 games before scoring 20 points in the final 23 games. He could surpass 60 points next season.
Weight, Doug C NYI 53 10 28 38 -15 55 21 96 10.4 18.28 4.55
Re-signed with the Isles for a couple more years to mentor the kids, he's still capable of producing 50 points if he can stay healthy.
Weiss, Stephen C FLA 78 14 47 61 18 22 21 154 9.1 17.79 3.41
Weiss took a small step forward this season, but he's still got inconsistency problems. If he can fix those he'll put up 70 points.
Wellwood, Kyle C VAN 74 18 9 27 2 4 13 94 19.1 13.80 3.04
Scored 13 of his goals in the first 31 games. You just can't rely on him for any kind of production.
Wheeler, Blake RW BOS 81 21 24 45 36 46 5 150 14 13.67 0.92
No surprise considering he was the fifth overall pick in 2004. Should score 25 goals next season with increased ice time.
White, Colin D NJ 71 1 17 18 18 46 0 68 1.5 19.02 0.09
He is what he is.
White, Ian D TOR 71 10 16 26 6 57 5 158 6.3 22.85 2.26
Third year scoring between 21 and 26 points.
White, Todd C ATL 82 22 51 73 -9 24 34 150 14.7 18.06 4.32
A career best year for White thanks to an incredible power play output.
Whitney, Ray LW CAR 82 24 53 77 2 32 30 219 11 18.41 3.92
Awesome season for the 36 year-old, but he has to slow down at some point.
Whitney, Ryan D ANA 48 2 21 23 -14 28 11 71 2.8 23.87 4.46
Will benefit if Niedermayer retires or Pronger is dealt so expect 40 to 45 points next season.
Wideman, Dennis D BOS 79 13 37 50 32 34 25 169 7.7 24.64 3.22
One of the most underrated defenseman in fantasy hockey.
Williams, Jason RW CLB X 80 19 28 47 -4 24 14 153 12.4 15.86 3.23
Had a difficult first half in Atlanta, but found his groove in Columbus. This being his fourth stop in three seasons, you have to wonder about him.
Williams, Justin RW LA 44 4 10 14 -8 17 6 108 3.7 15.89 2.75
Two serious injuries pretty much ruined his season, but don't forget about him next year, he should post close to 60 points.
Winchester, Brad LW STL X 64 13 8 21 -1 89 8 82 15.9 12.16 1.54
Consider this an achievement following a season of one goal and two assists in 41 games last year.
Winchester, Jesse C OTT 76 3 15 18 0 33 0 115 2.6 10.58 0.12
Should make a run at 30 points next season.
Wisniewski, James D ANA 48 3 21 24 9 30 11 89 3.4 19.86 2.02
Wisniewski is limited by the top guns on the Anaheim blue line, but could be a real gem next season.
Wolski, Wojtek LW COL 78 14 28 42 -13 28 11 169 8.3 18.39 2.66
His production has declined for two straight seasons and I don't expect it'll pick up next year.
Woywitka, Jeff D STL 65 3 15 18 8 57 8 71 4.2 18.48 2.37
Power play time will drop with Erik Johnson's return and so will his stats.

 

 

 

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