ESPN Fantasy Projection: Pettersson finished the 2021-22 campaign with career-best marks in both goals (32) and points (68) in 80 games, and somehow his season was still considered underwhelming. The Swede finished the year exceptionally strong, posting 14 goals and 25 points in 18 games, but there were portions of the season where Pettersson was not an impactful player on a nightly basis. One important thing to keep an eye on moving forward is Pettersson's power-play usage. He averaged 3:14 with the man advantage a season ago, down 1:10 from the year prior. Pettersson seems like an ideal buy-low, bet-on-talent fantasy pick this coming year, especially if there is any dip in price due to his somewhat disappointing performance last year.