points in sig.....
i need to keep 2 of them
points in sig.....
i need to keep 2 of them
12 team keeper league
dress 12F 6D 2G, bench 6F 3D 1G
keep 8 F, 4D, 1G, draft every year for the rest.
Forwards: 2pts/Goal 1pt/Assist 4pts/hattrick
Defense: 3pts/Goal 1.5pts/Assist 6 pts/hattrick
New Stats: Defense and Forwards both
0.05 pts/Hit 0.05/Blocked shot
Goalie: 2pts/win 1pt/tie 5pts/Shutout 0.02pts/save
F - STAMKOS, ST. LOUIS, OVECHKIN, BACKSTROM, TAVARES, LANDESKOG, WHEELER, Kesler, Filppula, Johansson, Turris, Killorn
D - HEDMAN, BOGOSIAN, GREEN, EKMAN-LARSSON, Carle, Bieksa
G - HOLTBY, Smith
F - Boedker, Burrows, Niederreiter, Jagr, Brouwer, DROUIN
D - Kulikov, Zidlicky, Visnovsky
G - Bishop
I am a Gabby guy so I would keep him over a lot of less talented but more durable players. Sounds a lot like Pavelski even coming off his first 30 goal season. Huberdeau is a lottery ticket but I have no problem holding him and hoping for the best.
Gabby and Huberdeau to keep.
Little Joe to drop.
6Team/Points Only H2H Keep: 37+3goalies Start: 13F/6D/2G
FWD = G(2), A(1), PP/SH(+1), GW(+2), SHOG(1)
DEF = G(3), A(2), PP/SH(+1), GW(+2), SHOG(1)
GOAL = W(3), OTL(1), SO(+2), SV(.10)
FOR: Malkin Ovechkin Kessel Stepan Gaborik Zetterberg Carter EKane Pacioretty Duchene Skinner Lupul Ladd Semin Yakupov Galchenyuk Grigorenko Bennett Etem Strome Bjugstad DBrunner Hornqvist Okposo Nichushkin Kuznetsov
D: Letang Byfuglien Goligoski Kronwall Voynov JustinSchultz Gonchar Carle Hedman AdamLarsson MattDonovan RyanMurphy Pulock Orlov Barberio Sproul
G: Lundqvist Lehtonen Schneider Nabokov
League:Fantrax 20 Team Dynasty, H2H (4C, 8W, 6D, 1G)
Cats:+/-, FOW, A, G, GWG, PPP, SHP, SOG, S, SPct, W, GAA
Bench: Braun,Erat,Gordon,Penner - Kuemper,J.Howard
Are you joking.
Gaborik represents fantasy hockey death.
10 Team Limited Keeper (Keep 7) Points Only
SALARY CAP (Player Salaries) League
12 F 6 D 2 G
F: Giroux, Tavares, Seguin, Ryan, Pacioretty, Ribeiro, Fleischmann, Coyle, Schwartz, Scheifele, Lindholm, Killorn
D: OEL, Brodin, Beauchemin, Hamonic, S Jones, Murray
G: Quick, Rinne
At this time Gaborik is way above both Huberdeau and Pavelski, no way I drop Gaborik for either one of them.
I would go with Pavelski over Huberdeau, due to the fact that you should be able to contend, and Pavelski helps much more in that regard then Huberdeau. While Huberdeau has more potential, I don't see him out scoring Pavelski this season or the following season, Pavelski is no joke, and in a spot where I'm a contender I take the proven solid player over a very nice prospect.
This is a no brainer - drop the guy who hasn't played a single game in the NHL yet.
Unless you feel like waiting 2-3 years (which is a LONG time) for him to *possibly* reach Pavelski's level... many on this forum put way too much emphasis on "upside".
In a limited keep you have to drop the guy who is not going to help you this year. I would drop Huberdeau.
Derek Reese - Future Hall of Famer
12 Team NHL Salary Cap Dynasty
H2H, Salary Cap 83.9mil, Player actual salaries
2 Week scoring period
Starters: 12 Forwards, 6 Defense, 2 Goalies
F - Toews, Perry, E.Staal, Vanek, Lucic, Skinner, Simmonds, Wingels, Nielson, R. Smith, Gallagher, Kreider
D - Phaneuf, Faulk, Brodie, Regehr, Stone, Guenin
G - Hiller, Khudobin
Bench - Bollig, Clune, Penner, Fisher, Killhorn, Johnson, Stalock
Prospects - Petrovic, Bjugstad, Dalpe, Poirier, Barberio, Barrie, Olsen, Wey
IR - Stamkos, Fistric
I liked hubie, a LOT. But, that was before I watched the WJC where he seemed underwhelming at best. Didn't really put on a clinic as I expected him to. I thought Rattie, Strome and a few others on the team were much more productive and that was against boys. From what I saw, I doubt he's going to manage much playing against men in the NHL. Add to that, I don't think he'll have the linemates to help him fit in as a decent secondary scorer in FLA. Pavelski and Gabby, on the other hand, are going to get loads of ice time and PP time. Maybe in 3 years I'd take Hubie over Pavelski, but for now I think Hubie's your drop. No brainer.
10-way, pts-only; no positions, top 12/20 count; 1 UFA (>23y/o) per year.
Crosby, Malkin, Couture, Voracek, J. Staal, Ennis, M. Richards, J. Carter, Kesler, Hartnell, Backes, Alfredsson, Bozak, Pietrangelo, Granlund, Nyquist, Teravainen, Chiasson.
Also, a sincere & heartfelt "f*ck you" to the deserter Ilya Kovalchuk.