Points only. Would you do it?
Points only. Would you do it?
Last edited by nsunblad; June 20, 2013 at 1:22 PM.
I prefer Voynov.
12 team, H2H
F: N. Backstrom, J. Benn, N. Kucherov, B. Wheeler, M. Stone, TBD
D: J. Klingberg, S. Gostisbehere, S. Weber, D. Severson
G: D. Dubnyk, R. Luongo
Minors: M. Marner, S. Tolchinsky, R. Pulock, V. Abramov, C. Hellebucyk
Points only I think you have to go Voynov. Faulk is the better all around player and Voynov is more of an offensive specialist.
Voynov for me too!
14 Tm H2H Y! Dynasty
G, A, PIM, +/-, PPP, SOG, BLK
W, GAA, SV%, SHO
2C, 2LW, 2RW, 2F, 4D, 2G, 3Bn, 5IR, 5IR+
C: Brassard, Galchenyuk, Henrique, Monahan, Stepan
LW: Cammalleri, M.Foligno, Hudler, Roussel
RW: Nichushkin, Tarasenko
D: Ekblad, Krug, Myers, Trouba
G: Andersen, Khudobin, Talbot, Lehner
Farm (17): Players < 164gp | Goalies < 82gp
Lindholm, W.Karlsson, Petan, Watson, Wennberg, Bertuzzi, Ehlers, Vrana, Grimaldi, Nylander, Carrick, Matheson, Morrissey, Pouliot, Demko, Hackett
An other vote for Voynov.
Weekly H2H points only (Year 9 - 2015-16)
12 teams limited keeper (keep 6 + 1 Rookie)
13 round draft - Unlimited Trades - No Waivers - No IR
4 Team Playoffs (last 2 reg. season weeks)
Rookies are 23 years old or younger in the draft year and never reached 60pts (forward), 40pts (defense), 25 wins (goalie)
Start : C RW LW Utility D D G
Points : A - G = 1 pt W = 2 pts SO = 1pt
C - S.Stamkos, J.Thornton, T.Teravainen
LW - O.Palat, A.Ladd, C.Kreider, D.Perron
RW - B.Wheeler, T.Toffoli, C.Atkinson, J.Silfverberg
D - E.Karlsson, V.Hedman, J.Schultz, J.Trouba, A.Goligoski, D.Pouliot
G - F.Andersen, D.Dubnyk, A.Niemi, K.Lehtonen
I think Voyanov is the winner!
11 team Keeper Points-Only League
4C - 4LW - 4RW - 6D - 2G
2013 1st Place, 2014 1st Place
C= Stamkos, Tavares, Getzlaf
RW= Perry, Seguin, Ovechkin
Prospect: Silfverberg, Kuznetsov
Thanks for the imput everyone!
I would not be surprised to see Faulk become a better point producer than Voynov in 2-3 years. But you have to go with Voynov..more proven.
Points only keeper league
Weekly line up: 12 F / 6 D / 2 G
Goalie stats: W=2 / SO=2
The kid is going to be a stud. Like Franklin said, it could take 2 years or it could happen next season. I think Faulk has the chops to become a borderline-elite offensive D-Man. I backed up my intuition by dealing John Carlson for him straight up in March.
6-GM / WK-H2H
Skaters: G=2, A=1, PP/SH= +1, GWG= +2, Shootout G=1, Hat Trick= +1
Goalies: W=3, OTL=1, SO= +2, SV= .10
Start = 13F, 6D, 2G / Keep 44 (3G Max)
(F): Tavares, Stamkos, Backstrom, Tarasenko, Eichel, MacKinnon, Kessel, Pacioretty, Kopitar, Gaudreau, R.Johansen, Okposo, Radulov, Kuznetsov, Kucherov, F.Forsberg, Toffoli, Drouin, Burakovsky, Ehlers, W.Nylander, Marner, Rantanen
(*D): Karlsson, P.Subban, Letang, Ekman-Larsson, Byfuglien, Shattenkirk, T.Barrie, Hedman, Pietrangelo, Ristolainen, M.Rielly, Pouliot, Theodore, Provorov, Pulock, DeAngelo, Montour
(G): Price, Holtby, Vasilevskiy
I have had both of these players in one of my pools since the year before there draft years and was forced to move one this year in a package for RNH. It was a tough decision as I feel both have infinite potential and will be among the elite dmen in the league very soon but when push came to shove I decided to hold onto Voynov. I think his offensive ceiling is a little higher but it is a lot closer then the responses suggests, it could go either way.
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Last edited by dmvincent; June 20, 2013 at 8:08 PM.
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Honestly, I don't think you can go wrong with either one. I saw someone mention Sergei Zubov as an interesting comparable to Voynov, and I personally liken Faulk to Dan Boyle. If those guys represent their ceilings, and I have both with a very good chance of reaching that level, then it would seem to be more or less a wash over the long term.
18 team league, keep 12 plus *4 1st/2nd year players (16 total)
Points Only (w/ NHL salaries), start 8F/4D/1G
Note: Defencemen receive 1 point per 45 mins of ice time (1-2 points per week, ~30-35 pts per season).
L. Couture, D. Perron, G. Nyquist, *F. Forsberg, *T. Teravainen, O. Palat, M. Nieto, J. Zucker, D. Jaskin, C. Stewart, C. Kreider, T. Jurco, O. Bjorkstrand
Z. Bogosian, J. Brodin, O. Maatta, C. Franson, A. Pietrangelo, R. Murphy, *S. Theodore, *S. Gostisbehere, C. Carrick
J. Bernier, R. Lehner, M. Jones
Zubov is an interesting comparable to Voynov and you have to hope he ends up there. Faulk is a high energy, talented two-way defenceman. His never-quit motor and drive is what gets him playing so many minutes, so he's not used as an offensive specialist but I don't necessarily see anything wrong with that. His fireball play-style may get him hurt here and there, so you may want to go with the quieter, offensive-styled Voynov... This may be one of those real-life vs fantasy squad dilemmas. I know I would rather have Faulk, but that's me thinking too much real life. I should say take Faulk, but I'm gonna say take Voynov.
Blades of Steel
10 Team Full Keeper - Pts Only (G,A,W,SO) - Champions (2011, 2013, 2014)
Crosby, Backstrom, Wheeler, Neal, Pavelski, Zuccarello, Toffoli, Ladd, Ribeiro, Larkin
Chara, Karlsson, Giordano, Subban, Vatanen
Nyqvist, E.Staal, Vanek, S. Bennett, Pastrnak, Etem, Marleau, Pouliot, Trouba, S.Mason
Faulk for me.
Voynov is on a more defensive minded team and isn't going to be the go to defenseman on the power play.
Faulk is on a more offensive team, is by far the most talented defenseman in Carolina (PP time should increase), and I would have to expect the powerplay of Carolina improving next year.. to much talent for their power play to be as bad as it was.
2010-2011 League Champion
2012-2013 Runner Up
2C, 2LW, 2RW, 4D, 2,G | G, A, PPP, +/-, PIM, BS, W, GAA, SV%
C: Getzlaf, Backstrom
LW: Hall, Tlusty
RW: Malkin, Lupul
D: Ehrhoff, Del Zotto, Enstrom, Carle
G: Holtby, Smith
Bench: Faulk, Druoin, MacKinnon, Brodin, S. Mason, Bernier
H2H Keeper League [5F, 1D, 1F/D 1G]
2013 - 3rd
2C, 2LW, 2RW, 4D,1 Ult, 1 G -H2H Daily Start - G, A, +/-, Hits, BS, PPP, SHP - W, SV, GAA, SO
F:Tavares, Landeskog, E.Kane, Backes, Yakupov, RNH/Kesler