Currently a Carter owner. And less than thrilled with his past season. Not sure he'll return to the fantasy stud he used to be 2 and 3 years ago.
So I'm left pondering the following 3 players.
Carter - Reunited with Richards and if he's not playing with Richards, he's lineing up with Kopitar. On a Defence minded team, not bad offensive partners.
2 years removed from a stellar season below which ranked him 2nd on my team of skaters with 636 Fan Pts (Ranked 12th in the league)
pts +/- PIM ppp GW
66 27 39 17 7
Am I selling Carter short here?
Krejci - in previous thread comparing him to Max P...I got the impression that he's probably a 60 - 65 point, soft player who may be redundant on his team considering the depth chart and C's that can over take him. But his exposure and ice time even on the 2nd line lends to his favor, and Boston is quite an offensive threat, so this Assist machine may still hold value...but for how long?
Ryan Callahan (personally...I'm a former owner and I found him boring but...) Has been gaining in fantasy value over the past couple years. It appears he won't see much time with the TRUE offensive threats (Nash, Richards, Gabby), but there's always potential lines could shuffel. My league doesn't count shots or hits, so some of his peripheral value has been thwarted for me, but could this 25/25 50ish PIM guy be trending up? What's his Ceiling?
Which of these Marginal talents is worth the keep...if any. Or is my best option to disregard any of them and Move Carter for an upgrade elsewhere?