I've felt that Thomas Greiss was underrated for years.  When I started at Razzball, he was battling Halak for playing time and should have received more than he did.  Last season, when I was fully buying in, he was a mess.  This year, his value was so low that he was a nice gamble and he paid off handsomely.  Greiss had a 31 save shutout on Thursday beating Columbus 3-0.  Greiss is pushing a .930 save percentage and it's deserved; he's third in the league in goals saved about expectation.  The bad news is that his teammate is #2 in that category.  Look, Greiss isn't going to get the majority of starts, right around half of the Isles remaining games.  However, those starts are going to be extremely valuable.  He's only owned in 23% of leagues right now which is far too low.  That reason alone is why I'm starting this post with Greiss.  I've been saying for over a month that he should be owned in all formats, but if you're lucky enough for him to still be on the wire, go and get him.  Let's take a look at what else happened over the last two nights:

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It's been years since Jack Campbell was the hot goaltending prospect.  Seemingly out of nowhere, Campbell has been thrown into the fire and has come out hotter than a pistol.  Campbell had his best game to date on Thursday, recording a 40 save shutout in the 3-0 win over the Canadiens.  He now has 117 saves on 121 shots over 3 games.  Jonathan Quick is week-to-week, so while it might only be a short term thing, Campbell is worth owning in virtually all leagues until Quick returns.  The Kings aren't the powerhouse they used to be, but they're still a strong possession team making their goal automatically worth owning.  Let's take a look at what else happened over the last two nights:
I've now gone through 100 forwards, 40 defensemen, and 35 goalies in my rankings.  That means it's time to put together a top 100 list!  This will simply be a list without details on the players; you can read the details in my previous rankings posts.  I'll be writing a blurb on some risers and fallers for players that have moved significantly over the last couple weeks first before giving you that list.  Let's get to it!
We've reached the end of my rankings by positions.  On Friday, I plan to launch RCL's, with my top 100 and 200 coming out next week.  Today, we have ranks 21-40 for goaltending, and boy is it ugly.  There's a bit of upside here, and if you play your cards right, some really good roto options, but also some guys that I want nothing to do with but have to rank solely on volume.  You can see my Top 20 goalies here.  Let's get to it!
We've reached the last position through the ranking process!  I'm going to do the top 40 goalies in two separate posts before putting together a top 100 and 200 list by the end of next week.  Just a quick refresher on my draft strategy with goalies: I do not take them in the first two rounds under any circumstance, and I better be getting good value in rounds 3-5 to pull the trigger.  The reason is that goaltenders have much higher variance than any other position in fantasy sports (e.g. Carey Price).  I will take my chances on hitting the next breakout guy(s) than paying such a premium for a proven commodity because the proven player can fall off at any time.  Let's get to it!
Lackeydrinksonme back again, helping out big John at the bar. This is my fourth and final in a series of fantasy hockey skater rankings. As I mentioned, I use 17-18 stats including points per game, points/TOI, Wins Above Replacement, Expected Goals and Actual Goals, and Offensive Point Shares, among others. I also use the eye test, and I try to consider what team a player is on, their expected linemates, and where they are in their careers. I also try to include my rationale, and for most players will offer a prediction on year end points. Like Viz indicated, once you get past the first few names there can be very little separation between certain players, and this obviously isn’t meant to be a comprehensive or be-all end-all ranking. Rather, it’s to give you another perspective on where players are being valued, and might reinforce an idea you have about a skater or surprise you with some analysis. I’ll gladly take questions in the comment section.
This list will bring us through the top 100 forwards for this coming season.  Consequently, in an RCL League (coming soon!), you'd either have one forward spot left or only your utility to be filled by forwards.  This group is an interesting mix of more young guys that I like, guys who I am lower on than consensus, and some safe players that are nice for the bottom of your roster if you took some earlier gambles.  If you want to look at my top 80, you can find those lists through this link.  Let's get to it!