Biggest offseason fantasy development for all 31 NHL teams


Following the expansion draft, entry draft and free agency, there are many players who saw their fantasy value go up or down for 2017-18 season.
Let's break down the biggest development on each team's roster:
Anaheim Ducks: The decision to sign a two-year, $4 million deal in Anaheim proves Ryan Miller is ready to invest in his family's off-ice lifestyle -- the Hollywood address suits his actress wife -- and legitimate shot at a Stanley Cup, in exchange for settling in as second banana. Make no mistake, John Gibson is the Ducks' go-to netminder this season and beyond. Barring injury, Miller can only be counted to play a supporting role, rendering the 36-year-old's fantasy value immaterial in shallower leagues.