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My team totally bombed this week. Weekly H2H Standard Cats, w/ only one IR spot. Malkin is hurt, just recently (real life) placed on IR, and I already have Ward stashed away in long term. Lucic is a total burden on the team right now, but the raw power and talent is still there...
Krecji, Koivu, Elias, (Malkin IR)
Lucic, Lupul, Eriksson
Burrows, Kessel, Hodgson
Suter, Muzzin, Kronwall, Weber
Howard, Niemi, (Ward IR)
Ott, Hartnell, Brouwer, Stempniak, Latendresse, Stalberg, Callahan, Streit, Green are all available.
Markstrom, Neuvirth, Scrivens, Harding are all available for goalie stats.
Are any of these worth grabbing over an under-producing, higher rated player? Playoffs begin after next week, and the team is currently sitting 5th, most likely to drop after this past week's 1-7 loss :(
Is there any hope?
- 1 Reply to Harold Carmichael
Ott, Brouwer, Hartnell are all on Waivers until the 26th, then if chosen, available to play on the 27th. Are Ryan N-H, Terasenko, Tanguay, Stalberg, Little, Green, or Callahan good picks to play tomorrow? I can obviously pick one up to play tomorrow night, and have them on standby to drop if a waiver claim is successful
Ward is gone for entire season,, lose him and put Gino on IR.
This will free up a slot for you until he is healthy and back in line up for Pens.
Obviously can't see your entire stats but look at your roster's 30 day stats and look for the weakness. If it is PPP's or +/- or #$%$'ts or PIM's choose the best player for your roster in order to strengthen the weaknes. And I mean it , pick a pure +/- or whatever stat that needs fixing to fill the void
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