Patrick Sharp for my Vladimir Tarasenko ?
This is a new keeper league and should I trade my Tarasenko for his Sharp?
Patrick Sharp was drafted in 2001 and he would be my oldest keeper and my RW would be upgraded but I heard Tarasenko could be the next Ovy and that scares me to trade him off in a keeper league.
Yahoo! 14 TEAM - ROTO - KEEPER - C(2), LW(2), RW(2), D(4), UTIL(2), G(2), IR(3), BN(6)
G, A, +/-, PIM, PPP, GWG, W, GAA, SV%, SHO
Note: We get to keep 10 keepers!
Ryan Nugent-Hopkins Draft: 2011 - 1st round (1st overall)
Ryan Getzlaf Draft: 2003 - 1st round (19th overall)
Jonathan Huberdeau Draft: 2011 - 1st round (3rd overall)
Alex Ovechkin Draft: 2004 - 1st round (1st overall)
Taylor Hall Draft: 2010 - 1st round (1st overall)
Jeff Skinner Draft: 2010 - 1st round (7th overall)
Vladimir Tarasenko Draft: 2010 - 1st round (16th overall)
P.K. Subban Draft: 2007 - 2nd round (43rd overall)
Craig Anderson Draft: 2001 - 3rd round (73rd overall)
Niklas Backstrom Draft: 2006 - Undrafted
As a Vladimir Tarasenko owner I would not trade Tarasenko for Sharp 1 vs 1.
sharp is still only 31 years old but he has maybe 3 to 5 years left at close to PPG while Tarasenko is just starting, and what a start !!!
Tarasenko should be close to PPG next season ( if not this season ) and he is close to 10 years younger.
I would stick with Tarasenko personnaly.
Not sure how your team stacks up against others in your league, but the only way I make that move if I had your team is if I was all but convinced that adding Sharp would get me a title this year. Personally, I'm not of the opinion that he's bound to give you a heck of a lot more than Tarasenko.
You'll need to shore up the goaltending eventually, but a keeper core of (in no certain order) Tarasenko, RNH, Huberdeau, Hall, Skinner, Subban, Ovechkin, Getzlaf, etc. is quite filthy and has the makings of a perennial juggernaut in two or three years (perhaps less).
Just my two cents.
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