Logan Cooley after being selected as the number three overall pick to the Arizona Coyotes in the first round of the 2022 NHL Draft at Bell Centre.
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Fantasy Hockey

Fantasy Hockey Season Primer: The Central Division

The Central Division has the most exciting rookie we have seen in the NHL since Connor McDavid entered the league back in 2015. There is also loads of talent at all positions, plus a legitimate threat to the Calder Trophy favorite. Let’s dig in and find out who we need to be following the closest.

Arizona Coyotes

Matias Maccelli

Matias Maccelli finished fourth in Calder trophy voting in 2022-23 and had a good case to finish higher considering he did more with the resources afforded him. Maccelli had a 63-point pace playing primarily with Lawson Crouse and Nick Bjugstad. No disrespect to those guys, but Logan Cooley and Dylan Guenther are probably upgrades. It’s true he doesn’t often shoot enough, but he did score eight of his 11 goals in the last 20 games of the season. If he ups his shots an

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Fantasy Hockey Arizona Coyotes Chicago Blackhawks Colorado Avalanche Dallas Stars Minnesota Wild Nashville Predators St. Louis Blues Winnipeg Jets NHL Connor Bedard Matt Boldy Logan Cooley Jonathan Drouin Joel Hofer Ryan Johansen Wyatt Johnston Seth Jones Matias Maccelli Tommy Novak Cole Perfetti Scott Perunovich Juuso Pärssinen Marco Rossi Logan Stankoven Gabriel Vilardi
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