Fantasy Top Ten - Under The Radar Breakout Picks

We know you fantasy owners love a good list so we put together a whole whack of them in both our Fantasy Scouting Report and our Breakout Bible.

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Today's list.... Top 10 Under The Radar Breakout Picks

These aren't the big name breakouts that everybody in your league in going to drooling over.  Guys like Taylor Hall might get all the attention but every year you get a few guys who fly under the radar like Logan Couture.  Hopefully you'll be able to grab one or two of these guys late as a flyer and it's pays off. 

1)      Zac Dalpe, RW, CAR : 4  to 45 points
Looks to have won a job in camp and the news gets even better... the early word is he'll be lining up next to Eric Staal. We've been really high on him for a long time and so far things are looking very good.

2)      Guillaume Latendresse : 6 to 46 points
He's only on this list because he was out injured all season so many will forget he played at a 55 point pace when he came over from Montreal two years ago.

3)      Stephane Da Costa, C, OTT : 0 to 39 points
He'll battle it out with Peter Regin and Mika Zibanejad for the 2nd line center job.  Playing with Alfredsson and Michalek isn't the worst spot for the 22-year-old former NCAA star to be.

4)      Jordan Caron, RW, BOS : 7 to 37 points
It looks like he's making the team as the 3rd line RW, but a bit of juggling and he's on the 2nd line.  If the Bruins bring in a veteran winger things could change.

5)      Jonathon Blum, D, NAS : 8 to 31 points
He's third on the depth charts for PP TOI in Nashville and he could pick up a breakout season playing in Shea Weber's shadow.

6)      Cam Barker, D, EDM : 5 to 29 points
He's #2 on the PP depth charts and scored 40 pts in 68 games a few years ago.  There is some potential here and after just five points last year he should come cheap.

7)      Grant Clitsome, D, CBJ : 19 to 31 points
We're hoping not many fantasy owners realize how good Clitsome was in his 31 games for the Jackets last year (43 pt pace).  He might not hit that number with James Wisniewski around with The Wiz on the shelf for the first few weeks he might start fast.

8)      Marc-Andre Gragnani, D, BUF : 3 to 25 points
The spending spree by the Sabres really hurt his chances to breakout but we're still hopeful an injury or ineffectiveness will get him enough playing time to top 20 points.  He had seven points in seven playoff games last year.

9)      Roman Josi, D, NAS : 0 to 26 points
Lots of job openings on the blueline in Nashville but Josi couldn't win one.  He was injured so we're hoping he comes back strong and gets on the NHL team eventually.  He scored 40 points in 69 AHL games last year.

10)  Stefan Elliott, D, COL : 0 to 20 points
He's one of the reasons the Avs could afford to ship Shattenkirk out.  He's no sure thing to make the team but if he does he should get some PP time.

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