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    Default Rasmus Andersson REP

    Curious what you think the future holds for him. PP usage and long term projections would be nice. Iíve purchased the guide, but I welcome any and all opinions.
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    I think heís going to split PP time with Hanifin and Weegar. Could be in the 35-40 point range going forward with some decent hits and blocks numbers mixed in. They have a great defensive core.

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    It's a short leash for anyone on PP1 as the Flames have some great options. But he'll start on PP1 as Sutter trusts him and the wild card is Weegar. With Gaudreau and Tkachuk gone I'd expect a drop in points to the 35-40 range as stated above.
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    I think Weegar could take the pp1 job but if it doesn't work I think Sutter will be comfortable going back with the guys from last year, Andersson probably. I think it drains all of their values a little bit though

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    All of Hanifin, Andersson and now Weegar are in the mix for PP1. I don't see a clear cut favorite here and Coach Suter may well go with the guy with the hot hand and that might change numerous times as the season goes on. I certainly agree that this likely drains all of their values a bit as pmorrow has pointed out. I also think the Flames will not be as prolific offensively as they were last year, not a drastic change but fewer goals scored nonetheless. With all this uncetainty it's hard to project, but I'll pencil Andersson in for 40 pts give or take a few. I don't think he'll be north of 50 as he was last year.
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    Andersson value is declining. The addition of Weegar is going to hurt him.

    And since Andersson is more trusted by Sutter than Weegar is/or will be - Andersson will play a more defensive role.
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    I've found Andersson's offence is a lot more noticeable than Hanifin's, but he makes more mistakes too and can be too passive at times on the PP always deferring to the forwards.

    Still unsure if last year was his career best or if he can find the confidence/consistency to hold onto PP1 for a bit and keep putting up 45+.
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    Default Re: Rasmus Andersson REP

    We can't know how trusted Weegar will be with Sutter just yet, but he's probably seen as a top pair guy right now, sine he came over as a top pair guy on Florida.

    I think the team scoring will drop, and who knows how the PP will shake out, so less points. Will likely get some PP time, but it's more likely between him & Hanifin, unless Weegar surprises yet again. I remember when he was being discussed as a maybe possibly helpful sleeper guy to take a chance on.
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