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    Please rank in dynasty league. Goals (2.5 points) Assists (1.5 points) Hits (0.1 points) SOG (0.1 points)

    M. Dumba
    S. Jones
    D. Hamilton
    M. Rielly
    M. Sergachev
    S. Theodore
    R. Ristolainen
    Z. Werenski

    I am out of the playoffs this year, but these are all guys I want to target this off season. So their value would be next year and beyond.

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    For me, looking at next season, this is my pecking order: l

    Rielly
    Hamilton
    Theodore
    Werenski
    Jones
    Dumba
    Risto
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    C- Barkov, Toews, Bergeron
    LW- Landeskog, B.Tkachuk, Hall, Teravainen, Fiala
    RW- Seguin, M. Tkachuk, Mantha, IR- Burakovsky
    D- Trouba, Ristolainen, Theodore, Pulock, Slavin, Weber, Hronek, Klefbom
    G- Bishop, Andersen, Francouz, Kuemper



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    Hamilton (he’s arrived)
    —————
    Rielly (Leafs are a mess, lost PP1)
    Theodore (Finally breaking out)
    Werenski (CBJ offensive catalyst)
    —————
    Jones (Werenski blocking productivity)
    Dumba (Doesn’t look the same)
    Risto (Dahlin in his way)

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    Quote Originally Posted by McDeichel View Post
    Hamilton (he’s arrived)
    —————
    Rielly (Leafs are a mess, lost PP1)
    Theodore (Finally breaking out)
    Werenski (CBJ offensive catalyst)
    —————
    Jones (Werenski blocking productivity)
    Dumba (Doesn’t look the same)
    Risto (Dahlin in his way)
    I like this list other than the fact I would drop Theodore down 1-3 slots.
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    Thank you guys

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    Quote Originally Posted by zambronies View Post
    Thank you guys
    I would have thought in a keeper league that Sergachev at least is worth a mention. Good solid production right now and some Roman Josi numbers coming in 3/4 years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TornBetween2Pucks View Post
    I would have thought in a keeper league that Sergachev at least is worth a mention. Good solid production right now and some Roman Josi numbers coming in 3/4 years.
    I mean there are a ton more D worth a mention, and Sergachev fits in with that group talent-wise, but I think these were the D available to the GM at the time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eskimo Brother View Post
    I mean there are a ton more D worth a mention, and Sergachev fits in with that group talent-wise, but I think these were the D available to the GM at the time.
    Yes. It's just that Sergachev was on the list of the original post and then completely dropped thereafter. I think he's worthy of sitting comfortably in the middle of the pack mentioned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TornBetween2Pucks View Post
    Yes. It's just that Sergachev was on the list of the original post and then completely dropped thereafter. I think he's worthy of sitting comfortably in the middle of the pack mentioned.
    Ah, fair enough. I had completely missed him. Wasn't that he was left off on purpose. I think for me he slots in somewhere between Werenski and Dumba.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wonko View Post
    For me, looking at next season, this is my pecking order: l

    Rielly
    Hamilton
    Theodore
    Werenski
    Jones
    Dumba
    Risto

    Sorry, Yes I missed Sergachev. I would slot him in at the bottom with Risto. He is buried behind Hedman for that coveted PP spot.

    As for Rielly losing PP 1, I would argue that it is unlikely Barrie will be a Maple Leaf next season. Thus, Rielly will once again feast on that top unit.

    Hamilton, is going to be coming off a pretty major injury and has always had a history of being hot and cold. I can't elevate him to the top of the list unless he proves himself again next season.

    The reason I rate Theodore higher than Jones and Werenski is he seems to have really found himself this season. He is shooting around 3 shots a game, right where you want your PP quarterback, and he is getting the lions share of PP time in Vegas who are loaded with offensive talent. This is what all Theodore owners have been hoping for for years.

    I think Dumba bounces back somewhat next season. I mean how long can Suter be the man on the Minny blue line? He could be a sneaky good late pick up in next years draft.
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    LW- Landeskog, B.Tkachuk, Hall, Teravainen, Fiala
    RW- Seguin, M. Tkachuk, Mantha, IR- Burakovsky
    D- Trouba, Ristolainen, Theodore, Pulock, Slavin, Weber, Hronek, Klefbom
    G- Bishop, Andersen, Francouz, Kuemper



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    M. Rielly
    D. Hamilton
    S. Jones
    Z. Werenski
    S. Theodore
    M. Sergachev
    M. Dumba
    R. Ristolainen

    12 team H2H Most Cats Wins; Keep 6/winner keeps 7; G A PPP +/- SHP SOG HIT BLK PIM // W SV GAA SV% SHO
    3 C, 3 LW, 3 RW, 6D, 2G, 5 bench

    C - McDavid, Crosby, Tavares
    LW - Hall, Skinner, Rust, Kreider, van Riemsdyk
    RW - Tarasenko, Meier, Brown, Yamamoto
    D - Barrie, Hamilton, Klefbom, Ristolainen, Pulock, Spurgeon
    G - Andersen, Varlamov, Lehner, Crawford

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