We have now reached two months since the NHL season was paused, which means at this point there will be very few changes from April's rankings.
Aside from a few minor adjustments, previously injured players who would be healthy enough to return will re-enter the rankings. This list will continue to assume that the 2019-20 will be continued at some point. If the season is cancelled, then these rankings will be adjusted for the 2020-21 season, whenever that may start.
Keep in mind that these are single-season rankings for a head-to-head or rotisserie league using the following settings: G, A, +/-, PPP, SOG, HIT, W, GAA, SV%.
Are there any players that you believe are ranked too high or too low? Did we miss anyone in the top 100, or is there a player there that probably shouldn't be? Let us know in the comments below, and we will consider your feedback when compiling next month's rankings.
||2/20 – Seems like a lock for 50 goals at this point
||3/20 – Plus/minus might be all that keeps him from #1?
||3/20 – Back from quad injury
||1/20 – Potential Art Ross and Hart Trophy candidate
||2/20 – Showing no age-related decline in goals
||12/19 – Running away with points lead among defensemen
||2/20 – Player, team recovering after slow start
||2/20 – Pushing for the Rocket Richard Trophy
||2/20 – Along for ride with huge year from Pastrnak
||3/20 – Was on pace for nearly 100 points again|