Fantasy Hockey Features: Answering the Clayton Keller question
Few have ever doubted Clayton Keller's skill level. However, playing on a perennial bottom-feeder has impacted his production to a level that subsequently impacted his value in the fantasy hockey world. That is until last season. So what can we expect from the 25-year-old for 2023-24 and beyond?
In his rookie 2017-18 season, the Arizona Coyotes forward managed 23 goals and 63 points as a 19-year-old, finishing third in Rookie of the Year voting behind winner Mathew Barzal and runner-up Brock Boeser. What makes that performance from Keller unique is the fact he did it on a team that was 30th out of 31 franchises in goals per minute. He led the Coyotes in scoring by nine points, with Derek Stepan (56) being the only other forward with more than 45 points and Brendan Perlini joining Keller as
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