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- 1 Reply to chupamacaca
how big is your league first of all?
i think it's ok
you have to look at the whole picture.
zetterberg is injury prone and has been slightly overshadowed by hossa this year.
i would say this isn't veto worthy.
people are saying s kozlov isn't worht anything but
he was doing pretty well until recently and this guy had 80 points a couple yrs back.
Doesn't seem like it would get my veto.
Zetterberg hasn't been playing up to potential, but neither has Kopitar. Add Kozlov into the mix and it's not a huge difference.
If Zetterberg picks it up, then the team GETTING Zetterberg is going to come out on top in this situation, since one guy that can get you 1pt/game is far better than 2 guys who can combine for 1.5pts/game.
If your league has 10 teams or less, I'd say the guy getting Zetterberg can pick up another FA to fill his empty roster spot and end up doing much better with Zetterberg + FA than the guy with Kopitar and Kozlov.
1 great C/LW for 1 good C and 1 good (but old) LW. The guy losing Zetterberg will regret this trade.
- 2 Replies to SteveM
I'm glad I'm not in your league. You must be one of those guys who prefers the status quo. The guys are trying something new, it's obvious that both teams aren't trying to help eachother out or one team is just giving everything away.
This trade is good to go.
If you ask me, the guy who's "at the top" is losing out here.
Zetterberg is playing UNDER potential and still doing better than most.
Zetterberg has dual eligibility (C/LW), which makes him very flexible.
Kopitar is GOOD, but not fantastic, and is pure C.
Kozlov is GOOD, but old and on a crappy team, and pure LW.
If you ask me, the guy dealing Zetterberg away is doing the rest of the league a favor and giving those below him a chance to catch up!
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