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i know hes streaky, im a leaf fan, but the guys only 23. has tim connoly returning soon. and has had 30 gs in 3 seasons already. i can see the incredible upside. but im confused as to what i should give up. my teams already stacked beyond belief, the guy is a huge kessel fan. i need to give up something big to get him, but i have lots of big so im not worried about that. the guy has datsyuk. i have zetterberg, i also have marian gaborik. which one and why do you think? thanks all responses are appreciated.
- 1 Reply to Nathan G
yeah. this is how my team lays out on paper.
lw - nash, marleau, brown, zetter
rw - carter, brown, nash, gaborik, backes
c - getzlaf, tavares, thornton, zetter, marleau, and carter
my d is also this stacked. im a wizard with trades. i figure i can move someone and open up less confusion for me and not miss out on points if i choose wrong. get my idea?
now if i offer gaborik/brown and luongo for kessel and vokoun. would this be a better deal, this way i keep zetterberg. i need to clear up options. my team is too stacked. i need to get rid of players to open up options for my team. too many players to start means a lottery ticket of a team. not every night youll get it right.
give up zetterberg, rationalize that zetterberg and dats are a great one two punch
but kessel is inclined to do much better than berg in the near future...he shoots like crazy, and has yet to have a marc savard level set up man....he's ready to become a 40 gaol 80 point player
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