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Before I get to the players here is how the league is scored.
G A PIM PPP SOG FW BLK
The trade was:
Steve Ott (Dal)
Brooks Laich (WAS)
Alexander Burrows (VAN)
Dany Heatley (MIN)
Shea Weber (NSH)
Based only on the stats scored for the league is this a lopsided trade? Is it lopsided enough to condone a veto?
If both parties want to make the trade I don't understand the concern...
Name brand's would love Weber and Heatley but in reality the teams they play for and players surrounding them stink...
I think there are a handful of guys who don't get nearly enough respect in fantasy hockey..
Neil ( borderline)
Just to name a few...
Anyone who can score a minimum of 30 pts and 100 pims is part of a rare breed and should command more due respect
- 1 Reply to MikeD
It's a 12 person league. Requires 1/3 vote to veto. 4 People vetoed and the commissioner created a board message saying to "avoid making bull (add word) trades."
The point was argued about the stats of the players in question but still stood to fail a second trade attempt with vetoes again.
- 1 Reply to Rocketman9
first off, it is not possible for a trade to be lopsided enough to condone a veto, it must be deemed collusive or ONLY better for one team, ie perry for frolik, then again if that happened, i would probably say there was some collusion going down. So final ruling is No Collusion, No Veto
2nd, its fair in my opinion.
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