Hey everyone!  Instead of simply relisting all of my top 200, I’m going to go through the guys who are moving up or down my rankings in a significant fashion, be it for injury or otherwise.  If people want me to post an updated top 200 list, I can do that for Monday, but it would simply be a list without details.  This post is to give you details on these movements so to follow along, here are my Top 50, Top 100, Top 150, and Top 200.  I will continually update this post until the start of the season to keep everything up to date.  Here are the latest movers:

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It’s the final countdown!  This will close out my rankings following my Top 50, Top 100 and Top 150 posts.  After the Top 200, there will be a revised list coming out later in the week updating for injuries and other moves and a separate post about some players I would target with my last pick or two.  Let’s get right to it!

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The Boston Bruins returned to the playoffs on the back of their first line.  I would argue that Patrice Bergeron, Brad Marchand and David Pastrnak were the best trio in the league.  Injuries hurt them immensely in their first round loss to the Senators but thankfully for them, they get a chance to run it back.  Boston’s roster is almost identical to last season’s except for some young players that are ready to make a full time leap.  They don’t have many interesting pieces from a fantasy perspective but they have a few elite options and some top end prospects.  Let’s take a look at what they’re working with:

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The season is rapidly approaching the end so every development is increasing important! Reid joins me once again to look at a wide array of topics. We start off with an injury recap focusing on Steven Stamkos’ imminent return, whether Zach Parise or Patrick Sharp are worth drafting next season and if Reto Berra is worth streaming. From there, we hit on the developing rivalry between the Flames and Kings (thanks Matthew Tkachuk!), where Nathan MacKinnon should be ranked next season and the bevy of college signings. What do we make of Clayton Keller, Brock Boeser, Tyson Jost and Charlie McAvoy now and in the future? What can we expect from undrafted college signings? All of the above is discussed before we preview Thursday’s slate and make our Three Point Challenge picks. Be sure to make your pick in the comments section below. All of that and more on the latest edition of the Razzball Hockey Podcast brought to you by Seatgeek and Draft!

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