Different league than sig.
Dynasty points only.
Who do you take?
Different league than sig.
Dynasty points only.
Who do you take?
DYNASTY Cap Hit (101M) 12 Team League
G, A, PIM(.1), positive +/- D only, W(2), SO(2), OTL(1)
Roster: 23 + 4 IR + 5 Farm
Start: 11F, 5D, 2G - 82 games each
F: Crosby, Giroux, Stamkos, Hall, Eberle, Palat, Jagr, Ehlers, Burakovsky, Fabbri, Wennberg (Bench: Hagelin, Yakupov, Johansson )
D: Byfuglien, Yandle, Barrie, Gostisbehere, Hedman (Bench: S.Jones)
G: Fleury, Quick, Mrazek
Farm:Milano, Rantanen, Honka, Sprong, Gillies
DYNASTY Cap Hit (105M) 12 Team League 2
G, A, PIM(.1), Positive +/- D only(0.5), Hattrick(3), Enf(.33PIMs), W(2), SO(3), OTL(1)
League & Roster Info
Still Huberdeau. I like the other two, but if I have the choice I think Huberdeau has the greatest upside of the three.
20-Team Keeper League
PTS: G=1, A=1, W=2, SO=5
Starting roster: 6F, 3D, 1G, *Keep 12 - temp keep 14 after Contraction Draft
F: Tarasenko, Kucherov, Barkov, Scheifele, Eichel, Pacioretty, H. Sedin, Coyle,
D: Doughty, McDonagh, Ekblad, Theodore, Gurianov (farm)
G: Crawford, Hellebuyck
16-Team Keeper League
PTS: G=1, A=1, W=2, SO=3
Starting roster: 6F, 4D, 1G, *Keep 12 + 4 on farm
F: Benn, Krejci, Kessel, Ryan, Parise, Ladd, Couture, Coyle, Ladd, Stafford
D: Weber, Kronwall, Keith, Karlsson, Bogosian, Phaneuf
G: Rask, Anderson, Elliott
Farm: Bjorkstrand, Goldobin, Grigorenko, Dumba
As much as I like Teuvo, I still go with Hubie. Once the Panthers are on the right track Huberdeau will be a force - I'm sticking by that statement. The way I see these guys peaking:
Huberdeau - 34G/52A/86Pts
Teravainen - 25G/55A/80Pts.
Nyquist - 31G/43A/74Pts.
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, Kuznetsov, Kucherov, F.Forsberg, Toffoli, Drouin, Burakovsky, M.Domi, Ehlers, W.Nylander, Marner, Rantanen, Buchnevich, Sprong
(*D): Karlsson, P.Subban, Letang, Ekman-Larsson, Byfuglien, Shattenkirk, T.Barrie, Hedman, Pietrangelo, Ristolainen, M.Rielly, Pouliot, Zadorov, Provorov, Pulock, DeAngelo, Montour
(G): Price, Holtby, Vasilevskiy
Much like the other posters, I went with Huberdeau. I own Hubs/Nyquist in my deep dynasty, and I feel Hubie has a higher raw points-upside. I like Fungchen's "peaks" for these relative players; however, I would bring Hub's upside down a couple points to the 82-84 range -- just nitpicking. Teravainen will need to add bulk to score in the NHL, and from what we've seen out of Nyquist these past couple months, I'd say hes a safe 65-70 point player long-term.
Pittsburgh Penguins -- NHLFL 2015-16 Champs
12 Team Yahoo H2H Salary cap Dynasty
3C, 3LW, 3RW, 3F, 6D, 2G, 5BN (IR) + 25 AHL + 10 juniors (60 total)
G, A, PTS, PIM, PPP, SOG, Hits, Blk, FW // W, GAA, Saves, Sv%, SHO
C: Stamkos, Backstrom, Eichel, Kesler, Fabbri
LW: Hall, Simmonds, JvR, E.Kane, Galchenyuk
RW: Carter, Draisaitl, Little, Williams, Jagr
D: Byfuglien, OEL, Parayko, Theodore, Nurse, Petrovic
G: Gibson, Allen, Vasilevskii
Bench: Puljujarvi, Dvorak, Konecny, Aho, Ritchie, Kapanen // [Weber] Pouliot, Carrick, Miller, Koekkoek, Wideman, Johns
Here are my predictions for their respective upsides
Only problem I see with this is I feel that Nyquist will hit his upside sooner and with more ease than Huberdeau. I would still go with my gut here and take a ''chance'' on Hubs. I feel he will be the next Giroux.
Keeper league 16 teams (H2H, keep 18-20 NHLers, 15 minors; Championships 2009-10, 2013-14)
Scoring Cats: G-A-PTS-PPG-PPA-(+/-)-PIM-SHP-SOG-FW-GWG / W-L-SVS-SV%-GAA-SO
C- Crosby, Toews, Stastny, Cammalleri
LW- MacKinnon, Landeskog, Nyquist, Burakovsky
RW- Pavelski, Voracek, Forsberg, Oshie
D- Yandle, Carlson, Goligoski, E. Johnson
G- Price, Varlamov, Lack, Greiss
B/U- J.Staal, E.Staal
F: Milano, N.Schmaltz, Dvorak, Merkley, Senyshyn, Beauvillier, D.Shore
D: Provorov, Pulock, Montour, Lindell
G: Hellebuyck, Calvin Pickard, Taylor
I'm going with Nyquist. I think he has the better situation at the moment. I really don't see Florida improving their situation that much the next 3 seasons, and Teavo will have to play his rear-end off to earn minutes on a loaded Hawks team.
I'd go hubie followed closely by nyquist.
Huberdeau for me aswell.. He is very gifted and will be relied on to score lots of points and log tons of huge minutes for the Cats!!
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I'll give Teravainen the nudge . Not 100% sold on Huberdeau . A good end of junior career , that's all he's done . Not sold yet . Plus I have to go with my boy . He'll be hard to keep off the scoring sheet when he plays regularly with the Chicago boys . Just a hunch .
Keeper league with salary cap,16 GM's,max 38 players per team,UFA/RFA system,contracts.
Cats:fwd(1pt=1pt)top 6 count -M.Stone/T.Hall/Eichel/S.Reinhart/Duclair/Domi/Pulkkinen/B.Pouliot
D(G=2,A=1.5)top 4 count- Karlsson/OEL/Josi/D.Pouliot/Pulock/J.Schultz(Pitt)/Theodore/Montour
goalies(save%,W,SO)top 2 count-Talbot/Greiss/Gillies/Sorokin/Anderson
plus 4 other cats: top powerfwd(Hartnell/Clutterbuck), setupman(McDavid), sniper(Eberle) rookie(D.Strome/Barzal/Ho-Sang/Merkley/Bracco/Vesey)
Playoffs Champion 2009 and 2010, Reg.season Champion 2011-12,2012-13
I am going with Nyquist. I think he is in a good situation and unlike the other two is ready to start contribute at a high-level right now.
12 Team Keeper League, 14 Keepers (max 2 goalies), 10 prospects, Start 2C, 2LW, 2RW, 3 Utility, 4D, 2G
Stats: G, A, P, +/-, PIMS, SOG, STP; W, SO, SV%, GAA
C: Kuznetsov, Barkov, Scheifele
LW Panarin (C), Huberdeau, Palat, Kreider, Lupul
RW: Kucherov, Pastrnak (LW), Aho, Silfverberg
D: Klingberg, Josi, Shattenkirk, Pietrangelo, S. Jones, Gudas, Ekholm
G: M. Jones, Reimer, Lehner
Prospects: Drouin*(LW), Gibson**(G), Vasilevskiy**(G), Eichel**(C), S. Bennett**(C/LW), Ehlers**(LW/RW), Marner (C/RW), Barzal (C), Meier (RW)
- Must be activated before the end of: *the 2016/17 season **the 2017/18 season
Nyquist easily. He was supposed to slow down with zetts and dats... He hasn't missed a beat. The offense will run through him on that team. Huberdeau isn't guaranteed anything in Florida with the youngsters they have on the squad and in the system.
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10 team Auction Keeper-Year 7, No FAs, Points only, Weekly Lineups
C-Backstrom, Stepan, Desharnais
W-Ovie, Pacioretty, Kadri, Nyquist, Granlund, Schwartz
D- Chara, Wideman, Kronwall, Phaneuf
Bench: Schenn, MSmith, Yakupov, Hartnell, Gionta, Williams, Carle
Farm: Barkov, Kucherov, Monahan, Trouba, Klimchuk, Poirier, Nieto, Toffoli, Dumba, Gormley, GReinhart, BSmith, Aberg
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In order, I think it will look like this:
Huberdeau : consistent 70+ player with a couple of PPG in his peak
Nyquist : 65+ with max peak at 75
Terraveinen : 70 (based upside only and potential linemates, that's why he's 3rd)
Despite my order, I still have little concern about Huberdeau's BIG sophomore slump... If you want to go the safe way I would go Nyquist. He's in his way to prove he doesn't need Zetterberg to be a productive assets for the wings and his game is already well rounded up.
For what it's worth, I go Huberdeau, Nyqvist Teravainen in terms of upside. In a pts only keeper, I think the best own is Huberdeau but at their best, between he and Nyqvsit there may only be about 5-7 pts separation all things being equal (i.e. in a year where they play equal amounts of games.. no injuries...). I think Teravainen is going to be a good player, but a 55+ player. 65 tops. I see Nyqvsit eclipsing 60 regularly and Hubereau having the most realistic chance at topping 80 more than once (a rare feat these days, reserved for select few).
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, Wisniewski, Pouliot, Trouba, S.Mason