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I snagged Dubinsky while he was sleeping on IR, someone dropped him. Now that he's back, I dunno who to let go. The league has standard H2H and adds SHP, GWG, and Face-off Wins.
All of my forwards aren't doing that bad, and since we count face-offs, centres are important. The ones I can consider dropping are Ruutu, Jokinen, Ott, and Brassard.
C: Brassard, Stastny, Duchene, Ott
LW: Ruutu, Jokinen, Zetterberg, Kunitz
RW: Williams, Selanne, St.Louis, Hossa
D: Gonchar, Weber, Carlson, Seidenberg
G: Miller, Thomas, Niemi
Jokinen, because he's DTD with a re-aggravated injury? That leaves short on LW... Or sacrifice PIM by dropping Ott?
the league runs 4 D-men daily, so I can't just drop one and constantly run with an open spot on the roster. I'm missing 1st place by about 15-20 points, so I need to step it up.
Seidenberg's offensive skill has been better than Gonchar's, and I'd drop him before any other. You really think I should run with only 3 D-men?
Personally ,I would drop Seidenberg he offers little on defense that ott brings to the table. Running with 3d is worth while since your offense will be steamrolling that extra d offers very little since dubinsky is top forward for NYR you gain a lot.
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