Assume away on Bob being a one season wonder. He'll get wins and starts because of his big contract, and he'll even steal a couple games, but he is more Pete Peeters (Vezina in '83, never had more than 29 wins for the rest of his career) than Martin Brodeur (you know what you are getting here).
20-team, points only. G: 2-W, 4-SO.
Top 9F, 4D & 1G . Keep 15, Carry 20
F: Stamkos, MacKinnon, Stepan, Yakupov, Scheifele, Nichushkin, Marner, McCann, J.T. Miller, Hansen, Stempniak
D: Ekblad, Barrie, DeAngelo, Severson, Orlov, Demers
G: F. Andersen, Gibson, Vasilevskiy
Let The Right Muzzin; RHRS
C:Bergeron, Desharnais, Couturier, J.T. Miller
LW: Landeskog, Toffoli, Saad, Huberdeau
RW: Tarasenko, Oshie, Pominville, Seguin
D: Shattenkirk, Hamilton, Muzzin, Gudbranson, Holden, Spurgeon
G: Bishop, Talbot
Bench: Hammond, Berra, Stempniak, Cizikas