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I would not trade Stamkos. Maybe Backstrom. But I would try packaging Sedin and someone else to try to pick up Kane. Then you have three top-quality keepers. You are probably going to keep at least 1 goalie, so Crawford would be your 4th keeper, and then pick the 5th between Nielsen, St. Louis, Sharp or another goalie.
Keeper or regular
watched Bruins a few times in past two weeks. Chara's knee is still not 100%. He may be playing but he isn't turning nearly quick enough and his 1st step has nothing behind it. All in all the it seems like the B's don'y care
Krecji out for the bums and Yandle to Rangers
I would gamble with Klien if a non- keeper league
I'd trade Backstrom but not Stamkos. Stamkos is an elite fantasy option and is likely top 4 next year behind Crosby, Ovechkin, Malkin.
Backstrom and Kane are more or less the same but Kane has multi-positional eligibility which makes him the better option imo
Can't see a reason to trade either. Kane may have more flash than Backstrom & more media exposure ( Built in Merica) than Stammer but all 3 are on equal footing
Stammer's G's are premium so he is 100% no go. Might consider Backstrom if you want but look at last 2-3 years history,,,, why bother
I'm currently 7-9-1 and will miss the playoff in my league which starts next week, so for me it's all about creating a good team for next year
Should i trade Kane to me for Steven Stamkos or Nicklas Bäckström?
Centers are my strongest position as I also have Henrik Sedin which i probably will keep for next season(we are allowed to keep up to 5 players).
My full roster:
Steven Stamkos, TB C
Nicklas Backstrom, Wsh C
Henrik Sedin, Van C
Frans Nielsen, NYI C
Martin St. Louis, NYR RW, C
Marian Gaborik, LA RW
Eric Fehr, Wsh RW
Radim Vrbata, Van RW
Patrick Sharp, Chi LW
Justin Abdelkader, Det LW
Patrick Maroon, Ana LW
Niklas Kronwall, Det D
Brent Burns, SJ D
Jason Garrison, TB D
Kris Russell, Cgy D
Anton Stralman, TB D
Mikkel Boedker*, Ari LW IR
Brian Elliott, StL G
Devan Dubnyk, Min G
Corey Crawford, Chi G
Andrew Hammond, Ott G
You still do it, as BJD said you take it right away. Bobrovsky likely owns the net in CBJ and though they aren't a great team, he's still a solid netminder. This trade heavily favours you
Non Keeper league the guy is a huge Bruins fan that's why he wants him. My roster if I were to make the trade is: F: Alex Ovechkin, Chris Kunitz, Jonathan Toews, Henrik Sedin, Patrick Marleau, Patrice Bergeron, Ryan Callahan, Milan Lucic, Marian Hossa, Jarome Iginla, Paul Stastny, Derek Stepan, Ryan Nugent-Hopkins, Chris Kreider
D: Drew Doughty, Dennis Wideman, Dion Phaneuf, Johnny Boychuk, John Carlson
G: Corey Crawford, Frederik Andersen, Sergei Bobrovsky
If you can actually trade Krejci for Bob it must be a keeper league. You seem very solid in nets as is.
Craw n Hawks sure to turn up the heat in coming weeks.
Do you need offense or another tender? This year, next year?
If you could get Bobrovsky for him, you do it right away imo..especially if you need a goalie. Bobrovsky is a decent option in net and Krejci may not be there for you when you need him in the playoffs. I doubt someone would give you Bobrovksy for Krejci though.
I'm currently 14-5 with 3 weeks to go in the regular season. With Krejci slated to miss anywhere from 4 to 6 weeks that puts him out for the rest of the regular season in fantasy and could miss anywhere from 1 to 3 weeks in the fantasy playoffs if I make it in. My question is should I hang on to him or should I trade him for Sergei Bobrovsky who is slated to come back from injury sometime this week.
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