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Someone just dropped Martin Havlat in my 9-person standard point, non-keeper league. (G,A, +/-, PPP, SHP, GWG, SOG)
He's not producing at this point but is he worth investing in for the long run?
- 1 Reply to Blade
I have 3 d-men and am allowed to start a maximum of 3 D per night.
Goalies are Mike Smith and Jimmy Howard so I'll keep my G situation as is.
Categories: G(3), A(2), +/-(1), PPP(+1), SHP(+2), GWG(+1), SOG(0.10)
Clearly forwards are rewarded quite heavily since the structure is mostly based on point production. Is dropping down to 2 D an option? Keep in mind, that I can start C, LW, RW, D,D,D, Util., Util. per night.
Martin Havlat or Bryan Little are the only FA opportunities worth considering at this point.
You play in a 9 person league. Players like Havlat are going to be available.
Definitely don't drop Kane, he's been a sleeper for a long time and it looks like he's finally going to take that next step.
The only player I would even consider dropping is Semin, but both players are struggling, why waste an add/drop? At least Semin is still getting top 6 mins.
there isn't really anyone on your roster who I would drop for havlat. maybe evander? but i would just stand pat for now, until you see some consistency in havlat's play at least
can you help with mine please?
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