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Hey all, I am in the first year of a keeper league. We have 20 roster spots, 12 of which will be keepers. I am looking for opinions just to solidify my decisions.
Of your 12 keepers you have to keep at least 1 goalie and at least 2 defensemen, but otherwise you are free to do what you want.
Here is my team
R. Nash (k)
M. Richards (k)
C. Perry (k)
P. Stastny (k)
J. Neal (k)
K. Okposo (k)
D. Phaneuf (k)
R. Miller (k)
S. Mason (k)
earlier in the season, I considered Lucic, Setoguchi, and maybe even Laich as Keepers, but lately I have been leaning toward keeping more defensemen (Phaneuf, Yandle and Hedman) at the expense of one of these forwards. I am also planning on keeping 2 goalies (Miller and Mason).
If it were your team, what combination of 3 of these would you keep?? Lucic, Seto, Laich, Yandle, Hedman
I still think that maybe Yandle is keeper worthy but if no one agrees I might cut him loose and try and pick him again next year.
Seto's value has decreased as he is at best a second liner instead of first like he was last year.
- 1 Reply to jeremyj
def think yandle should be in the convo. I feel like he's more of a known quantity then lucic and seto what with injuries/line demotions with the two of them this year. i guess you should keep Hedman on potential alone... maybe. Depends on when you see your team contending.
- 1 Reply to drama
I guess in a way it seems obvious but I will try and explain my rationale...I am leaning towards Hedman and Lucic for sure and Laich will probably get the boot, but my hangup comes from deciding between Yandle and Setoguchi. I think Yandle is going to be a top 10 dman soon, his numbers this year already show that and Seto has kind of disappeared after the Sharks got Heatley.
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