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Obviously Zetterberg is off to a slow start, and Nash is not producing like I expected, so should I trade one of them or both of them off? My league is a points league with the following categories:
PIM: 0.25 pts
I was thinking of trading Nash for Pavelski straight up.. and I am looking for some other ideas for some trades involving Nash and/or zetterberg. Thanks for any help.
Thanks for all the help guys. In regards to rapierman, my team looks like this:
C- Claude Giroux
C- Mikko Koivu
C- Jamie Benn
C- Jordan Staal
C- David Backes
LW- Alex Ovechkin
LW- Milan Michalek
RW- Rick Nash
RW- Jaromir Jagr
W- Marian Hossa
W- Ales Hemsky
W- Dany Heatley
F- Ryan Callahan
F- Henrik Zetterberg
D- Brent Burns
D- Kris Letang
D- Dennis Wideman
D- Sami Salo
D- Ryan Suter
Util- Evander Kane
BN- Martin Havlat
BN- Brandon Dubinsky
G- Ilya Bryzgalov
G- Roberto Luongo
BN- Jonas Hiller
BN- Tomas Vokoun
Also, no teams have really made any notable players available on the trading block, the only one is Patrick Sharp, who happens to be on the same owner's team as Pavelski. Thanks for the input, I hope my team will help for further advice.
I'd probably wait and see what Nash can do together with Carter. Give it a little time and see. Zetterberg has been really unlucky so far and should get going soon.
On the other hand if you could get Pavelski then you should do it in my opinion. He's playing on a great line this year and I don't believe a point-per-game season is out of the question!
They are both studs off to slow starts...
Even if you did decide to trade them, would you even get their appropriate value at this point?
It's not really worth it..
FYI, you may want to list the composition of your team here, since I have no idea what exactly you are lacking overall.
With regards to Zetterberg, if you can convince your target to trade him for Pavelski, it'll be a great move. Otherwise, I'd settle for Nash and see if you can find somone who has a "sell high" candidate and fulfil a need there. Right now, Zetterberg is at "buy low" status. You'd have to convince your target that Zetterberg has some chance of improving. He's 31 right now and already has 8 great years with Detroit under his belt, so some dropoff may be in order.
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Nash and zetty are two elite players. they will have their highs and lows. They are obviously both having lows right now. Be patient and wait till they heat up. it will happen. if your really desperate to trade them then don't trade them for a player thats just gotten off to a fast start. (like pavelski) trade for a player that has always been a top forward. (like iginla) trust me bro I'm in 1st in my pool.
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