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I have Kane and Landeskog on my rotisserie. They are clutch for hits and shots. Landeskog had 9 shots in the game the other night alone.
Both have put pucks in the net as of late. But overall, even though he is a rookie, I think Landeskog is a better hit producer.
Oh, and since our league counts stats like SOG, Hits, and faceoff wins, guys like Kane/Landeskog/Little are more valuable than they normally would be. I have a bunch of guys that just contribute points...I could use some peripheral stats too. That's the only reason why I haven't added Perron yet.
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I have Kane and Landeskog and like both. It's a dynasty league so that may play into my answer a bit. Short term (meaning the rest of the season) I might give Kane an edge just because Landeskog is a rookie. If you need +/- then I might take Landeskog over Kane.
Personally, I don't think you could go wrong with either. I am a bit biased, but I hope this helps.
Would you mind answering my question titled "Need to drop one. Who's Your Choice?" Thanks.
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