The funnest thing about compiling this list of the top 50 fantasy players in the NHL was trying to consider all the different angles people use to view players from.
No two fantasy hockey enthusiasts value players the same way. They won't ever agree 100 percent on a particular player's value or promise, and that's what makes the game so enjoyable. At the end of the year, only one person is proven right by winning the league crown.
Everyone else was wrong.
Despite a season of considering hot and cold streaks, potential linemates, storylines and so on, only one can be crowned the winner.
We've compiled this list of our projected top 50 fantasy contributors to make your fantasy hockey life a little easier.
While reading this slideshow, please keep a few things in mind. For starters, if you think a player should be 10 or 12 spots higher or lower, they probably could be. Not a whole lot separates these outstanding players outside of objectivity and preference.
From a fantasy perspective, players are viewed in a tier system. So could Patrick Sharp, who comes in at No. 47 on our list, make the jump to No. 33? Sure! It just depends on who and what you value.
Again, this is one of the elements that makes the game so fun.
All statistics for this list appear courtesy of Yahoo!'s fantasy sports database.