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- 1 Reply to Orcafat
"When Markov returns which D should i drop to make room for him?
I'll grab this one. Drop Timonen. For Philly's #1 D man, he's simply not producing nearly as much as he should. I'd say, give him till you can get Markov, and if he doesn't make much noise by then, he probably won't pick up. Drop him.
- 2 Replies to RzzzKY
Hold tight on Doughty... He`s a stud of the utmost variety, guys that have the talent both in and around them like he does, (almost) always work themselves out. Kesler on the other hand... Ive never thought of him as an elite fantasy player. He`s good, dont get me wrong. Solid contributer across most league scoring sheets. I think last year was about the ceiling for him though. Im from Van so i see a lot of Canucks games. Hold on to him but lower your expectations
Who to drop?
Varlamov OR Niemi
both are unproven No. 1's, Varly hasn't even played yet, and I need to clear room to make another roster move, Varly is taking up an IR spot. I looked for a trade, everyone else seems to have starting goaltenders.
12 team roto first timer FH how is my team and how can I improve
brown, la ben
- 2 Replies to jay b
First of all great first draft! I love your team minus your goaltenders. Halak should be decent but if theres one spot you can look to upgrade through trade that is it. Find out who has Neuvirth, make an offer, he`s gonna be great. try packaging up Zherdev and Leighton, Brown RW is gonna have a solid year as well
- 1 Reply to jarrit
IF his production is tied into Tavares, do you think he'll lose PP time? Im not really aware of NYI's current roster and who plays on the PP.
Im sure Bailey would be on the 2nd unit at the very least even with Tavares back. Ive also seen people mentioning him as a winger on the top line with Tavares.
Regardless, I think we'll see a career year out of him. And yes I do need Centres, as I only have 2. So this gives me someone to rotate in.
FYI, I already dropped Suter for Bailey hours ago, just wanted to see if I made the right move.
- 1 Reply to A Yahoo! User
heres my current skating roster, points that count.. goals, assists, +/-, PIMs, shots, and powerplay points..
and here are my goalies (saves, goals against, wins, shut outs)
so.. this draft is 12 men deep.. and over 75% of teams are short on tenders and d is really slim pickings..
I am offering Chris Pronger and Pekka Rinne for...
Marian Hossa, and Joe Thorton.
the person i am trying to deal with.. is short a goalie.. and whos best D man at the moment would be either Nik Kronwall.. or JM Liles, he also boasts Dennis Wideman and Erik Johnson.
I am currently sitting in first place, but with the recent injury to Gabby.. I'm a little torn about whether or not i should move some players around as I think I have a quite well rounded team. I am looking for your guys' thoughts on this. and any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
also, its rotisserie snake, predetermined value for points, cumulative till the end.
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