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Did you do anything yet? I've seen that Ramo has won two games now, playing well, with Calgary maybe playing better, with TJ Brodie back. Lehtonen, with Dallas has won 4 in a row, I think. Where I thought Niemi was now their #1. I've picked up Raanta and Condon in spot starts, in a couple of leagues, dumped them, then re-acquired them again during a back2back game. In another league I just dumped Arizona's Mike Smith and picked up Ramo, hopefully being better.
10 Team, H2H (G, A, plus minus, PPP, PIM, ATOI, SOG...Wins, GAA, S%)
F- Parise (Inj)
BN- Eric Staal
BN- Keith (IR)
BN- Tukka Rask
I agree with Dan. If its a keeper league then it is a toss up since both put up points. It really depends upon if your team needs a C or winger
If it's a one year league, I'd rather have Ovechkin. The Caps are amazing this year, and Ovie looks great. Plus being a dual eligible winger is hard to find.
I was assuming a one year league. If it's a keeper league, unless you're able to get back someone like Ovechkin or something, you don't trade Crosby.
Who should I drop - Gaborik has stunk from game 1 but on the Kings first line you gotta expect he'll snap out of it,,,,,Duclair started hot but seems to have hit a wall
I'm looking at a 5yr head 2 head keeper league - 5 roster players carry over
We get 5 prospects (21 and below that can be promoted to roster otherwise considered non-playable)
12 teams -
My Prospect Roster:
I have Kieth and Couture on IR so I'll have to drop two players soon.
I'm fairly new to fantasy hockey and trading, would anyone have any advice on what a good trade would be for a high value player? Please feel free to point out places I can improve on =D I know goal tending for sure.
Thanks so much for anyone that has input
Just looking for opinions on these two players. I think generally, both have lots of potential, but if you were to pick one to go with long-term, who would it be and why?
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