Top 100 Roto Rankings: July 2021

Ian Gooding


The Stanley Cup playoffs are finally complete on a season that was like no other. A flat cap and the Seattle expansion draft are two factors that will drive what could be a very busy offseason of trades and free agent signings, which could result in many further changes to these rankings in August and September.

You could use these rankings if you somehow have a draft tomorrow or want to get an early start on evaluating players, but these rankings are hardly final. Expect these rankings to be updated further throughout the summer as free agent signings and trades occur so they can eventually be used for 2021-22 drafts.     

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%. These rankings are preliminary rankings for 2021-22 single-season drafts and are different from keeper rankings.

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.

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1Connor McDavid105/21 – In a league of his own points-wise
2Nathan MacKinnon424/21 – Leading a dominant Avalanche team
3Nikita Kucherov527/21 – Playoff run reminds us he is among elite
4Leon Draisaitl2-23/21 – Following McDavid again
5Auston Matthews3-24/21 – Runaway leader for Rocket Richard
6Brad Marchand605/21 – First season of 1.3 PTS/GP
7Mikko Rantanen705/21 – Colorado COVID shutdowns haven’t stopped him
8Artemi Panarin806/21 – A top-10 player before Wilson incident
9Andrei Vasilevskiy1127/21 – Conn Smythe Trophy win – fantasy’s best goalie
10David Pastrnak18