Piranha Hockey League est 1990 - Oakley Doakley's
Pts only W=2 OL=1 SO=3
Dirty Thirty Dynasty League est 2010 - Dallas Stars
Scoring categories - G A PPP SHP BLK HTS PM +/- SOG FO% SV SO W SV% GAA
15-Team keep 6f, 3d, 1g - pts-only, wins=2, SO=3, OTL=1
F: Tarasenko, Stone, Scheifele, Thornton, Wheeler, Zetterberg, Vrbata, JT Miller, Silfverberg, Zucker, Williams, Marleau, Parenteau, Hansen, Grigorenko, Hyman, Versteeg
D: Burns, Hedman, Byfuglien, Phaneuf, Streit, Boychuk, Petry, Brodin, C.Murphy
G: Crawford, Lundqvist, Reimer, Raanta, Darling
I have been pleasantly surprised by his performance this year. Norris worthy. 60pts? I am with everyone else here and would be happy with 50. That said as a person who drafted Hedman his rookie season and stayed with him, he has continued to surprise, here's hopining he can get to 60 regularely.
F-Hudler,C.Giroux,Kopitar,Hoffman,Duchene,Stamkos,Vo racek,Hall,Seguin,Steen,Couture,Jagr,Lee,N.Foligno ,B.Ritchie,Parise,Bjorkstrand,Connor,D.Sedin,Nelso n
D-Carlson,Hedman,Karlsson,M.Green,Pietrangelo,Shatte nkirk,Faulk,Klingberg,Gostisbehere,Matheson,Carric k
F-G,A=1pt (14 count)
D-G,A=1pt,+- (8 count)
G-Win=3pts,T=1,SO=2,G,A=1 (3 count)
12 Team Dynasty
The key number to look at (first) with defensemen, IMO... is this: Even-Strength Points.
Show me a defenseman that can put up 35+ even-strength points and he's
i) Likely to receive PP time, and
ii) Likely to eventually put up the 20 PPP that are the average for #1 PP D-men.
This year's D leaders in ESP:
43 Karlsson, Erik
39 Keith, Duncan
35 Hedman, Victor
32 Pietrangelo, Alex
31 Seabrook Brent
28 Sekera, Andrej
28 Barrie, Tyson
27 Goligoski, Alex
27 Josi, Roman
So... there's the list.
Tack 20-25 PPP on any of those guys if they are the primary spoke on their PP.
For Hedman, to me, this says he can touch 50 again... closer to 55.
60 is definitely within reach... he came close to that mark this year.
If I'm betting on it, I'm taking the under. To show how tough it is to get there, only Karlsson and Keith did it this year. Play the odds and keep it in perspective. He is a sleeper for 60+ but I would draft him as a low 50s guy.
I think Hedman might crack the 60 point barrier once, or twice if all goes right but I'll expect him to be in the 45-55 range consistently over the next few years!
Straight Points keeper league. Keep 5 Forwards,3 defence,1 goalie.
F: Nicklas Backstrom, Joe Thornton, Henrik Zetterberg, Zach Parise, Logan Couture
D: Erik Karlsson, Alex Pietrangelo, Oliver Ekman-Larsson
G: Sergei Bobrovsky