One positive aspect about playing in a fantasy hockey dynasty league is if you flamed out of the playoffs already this season, you could start planning for next year. Of course, it would be best if you had been doing that long ago, but there’s still time. Here are some of the top fantasy hockey dynasty stashes to help you ensure the next season’s success.
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Top Fantasy Hockey Dynasty Stashes
Wyatt Johnston – Dallas – C – 5% Rostered
(21 G, 15 A, +5, 6 PPP, 147 SOG, 30 BLK)
While Wyatt Johnston isn’t rostered much overall in Yahoo leagues, there’s a good chance he may already be gobbled up in your dynasty league. If he isn’t, grab him. Or make a trade for him. The 19-year-old has been remarkable for the Stars this season and has had some sizzling play, including a recent stretch of five straight games with a goal.
Marco Rossi – Minnesota – C – 3% Rostered
(0 G, 1 A, -4, 0 PPP, 11 SOG, 7 BLK)
Marco Rossi has yet to make a mark in the NHL like Johnston, but that means he’ll likely be available for you to scoop up. The ninth overall pick in 2020 has yet to score in 18 NHL games, but he’s been lights out at every other level he’s played at. This includes 46 points in 47 games this season for the Iowa Wild in the AHL.
Quinton Byfield – Los Angeles – C – 3% Rostered
(3 G, 18 A, +12, 1 PPP, 63 SOG, 14 BLK)
There’s a lot to like about Quinton Byfield as a prospect, perhaps the top being that he’s been trusted as a 20-year-old to play on the top line for one of the league’s best teams. His stats don’t pop off the screen at you, but he’s racking up a nice amount of assists and has a stellar plus-minus rating for a young player.
Lukas Reichel – Chicago – C/LW – 1% Rostered
(5 G, 4 A, -4, 1 PPP, 34 SOG, 13 BLK)
One of the benefits of being a young player playing for Chicago is you’re going to be given ice time. That’s the case with 2020 first-round pick Lukas Reichel. The German prospect is currently skating with the team’s top line, so the 20-year-old is getting invaluable experience. If he isn’t currently rostered in your league, he’s worth a speculative add.
Joshua Roy – Montreal – RW – 0% Rostered
The Canadiens are always looking for the next French-Canadian star and may have it in Joshua Roy. A star on the past two Canadian junior hockey teams, he’s been tearing up the QMJHL once again this season. After posting 119 points in 66 games last season, he has 99 in 55 games thus far this year.
Lane Hutson – Montreal – D – 0% Rostered
The Habs might stink again this season, but their future looks bright as Lane Hutson is yet another one of their top prospects. The 19-year-old defenseman put up 48 points in 38 games for Boston University this season, so he has the offensive pedigree to be a top performer in the NHL. Montreal obviously thinks so, grabbing him 62nd overall in last year’s draft.
Others worth considering: Dylan Holloway, Shane Pinto, Thomas Novak, Bobby Brink