The 2023-2024 Draft Kit
Months of expert research in a 500+ page guide with customized player rankings. Accurate projections for 600+ NHL players in 25+ statistical categories arranged into sortable spreadsheets. Just $11.99 for use in multiple leagues.
The 2023-2024 kit is available for purchase and download now (release date: August 1, 2023). Projections available for the statistics listed below:
Goalie Projections: GS | W | L | OTL | SHO | SA | SV | GA | GAA | SV%
Skater Projections: G | A | P | +/- | PIM | H | BS | PPG | PPA | PPP | SHG | SHA | SHP | GWG | SOG | FW | FL | ATOI | HAT | TKA | GVA | SHF
Rest of Season Projections
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LWL Draft Kit vs. the NHL.com Experts
In a recent season, our team at LeftWingLock went head-to-head against experts at NHL.com. Want to find out what happens when the Draft Kit is put to a real test? Let’s just say things went pretty well…