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I need to keep 5 out of these guys for a keeper league, stats include G,A,+- for forwards
GS, W, GA, SV, MIN, GAA, and SV% for goalies.
Ouch - I don't envy your team. G, D, RW (in that order are generally the positions toughest to fill. Definites include Boyle, Pronger, Burns and Quick. Quick is under-rated and should do well with an improved Kings squad. I would also keep Kostitsyn. If you're team allows trading draft picks, I would try packaging some of the other for a higher draft pick and select the best goalie available (Emery should be available and will get a chance to start for a very good Flyers team). Good luck...you'll need it!
With that many goalie stats I'd advise keeping whichever of the two goalies you think will have a better year (Quick IMO)...and then probably Selanne, Okposo, Pronger, and Boyle>
That's tough tho...cus I've never been in a league with such a heavy emphasis on goaltending.
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Honestly, this looks like the dumbest league I've ever seen. So 2-3 players control 75-80% of the categories? Sounds like a good plan. To answer your original question, I'd keep both goalies and then Pronger, Boyle,and Okposo. But honestly, your forwards are terrible. I was in a 12 team league last year and with 9-10 forwards each and the only one that your have that was on any of the teams was Selanne.
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