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    Who would you rather have in a sim league? So based on NHL production and salary

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    Hummm ...

    You will get 70-80 easly with Marleau but he is not a "stable" player on production. It's everything (crazy production) or sleeping for a while. 6.9$ for Marleau ... $$$$$$$$ !

    Krejci you will get your 60-70pts, more stable, less expensive (5.25$). More a two-way player but he is dam good during the playoffs. With Seguin-Horton out he will remains the #1 center for Boston. I will say more valuable.
    I think we see something new from him in the last series. It might be the beginning of a new Krejci era .. close to 80pts.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mattp913 View Post
    Who would you rather have in a sim league? So based on NHL production and salary
    No Jagr, Seguin or Horton. Make way for Krejci. Good opportunity to shine in Beantown. I think he rides his playoff success into '13-'14.

    I traded away Wheeler for Marleau after his hot start, and still regret it to this day. Not a big fan of PM.


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    Id take marleau here. krejci is a playoff beast but he is too good of a two way player to hit over 60-65 points in a year. Unless you have cap concerns I take marleau here.
     

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    I traded Marleau for Wheeler and am still loving every minute of it (see call of doughty).

    I don't see how Marleau is 70-80 easy...no way. He got nearly half of his points last year in the first 6 games and went dry.

    I think Krejci is the real deal here while Marleau will start to fade. I'd take the guy reaching his prime (and better salary).
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    Krejci is the better all around player and much more reasonable cap hit...I'll take him over Marleau in a SIM league.
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    If you're looking for the best point production / salary, then you've gotta side with Krecji here. Let's be super conservative (for Krecji) and call Marleau a 70-point player and Krecji a 60-point player. Again, this is probably a bit bullish on Marleau and a bit conservative on Krecji, but lets look at some math:

    Marleau: 70-points / $6.9million = 10.15 points/million
    Krecji: 60-points / $5.25million = 11.43 points/million

    Krecji comes out ahead here by over a full point/million, and these projections are very, VERY conservative. If we adjust these numbers to value both players as 65-point option -- which I think is much more likely -- here is what we get:

    Marleau: 65-points / $6.9million = 9.42 points/million
    Krecji: 65-points / $5.25million = 12.38 points/million

    As the players production gets closer together (more likely), Krecji emerges as the clear favorite with an almost three full point/million advantage. If you're looking at it from this perspective, there's almost no legitimate argument for Marleau, unless you feel he will score ~15 more points than Krecji. I don't think this is a very likely scenario, therefore Krecji is my pick here and it's not very close, IMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mounD View Post
    If you're looking for the best point production / salary, then you've gotta side with Krecji here. Let's be super conservative (for Krecji) and call Marleau a 70-point player and Krecji a 60-point player. Again, this is probably a bit bullish on Marleau and a bit conservative on Krecji, but lets look at some math:

    Marleau: 70-points / $6.9million = 10.15 points/million
    Krecji: 60-points / $5.25million = 11.43 points/million

    Krecji comes out ahead here by over a full point/million, and these projections are very, VERY conservative. If we adjust these numbers to value both players as 65-point option -- which I think is much more likely -- here is what we get:

    Marleau: 65-points / $6.9million = 9.42 points/million
    Krecji: 65-points / $5.25million = 12.38 points/million

    As the players production gets closer together (more likely), Krecji emerges as the clear favorite with an almost three full point/million advantage. If you're looking at it from this perspective, there's almost no legitimate argument for Marleau, unless you feel he will score ~15 more points than Krecji. I don't think this is a very likely scenario, therefore Krecji is my pick here and it's not very close, IMO.

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    I prefer Krejci here. With the Bergeron line doing the heavy lifting Krejci gets the lion's hare of the offensive minutes. Marleau is declining and is very streaky and at the extra money I dont see it being worth it.
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