Edler or Yandle

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  1. DoubleDose86

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    Working on a trade. The guy is a huge Pitt fan but I refused to give him Crosby, so he came back with.

    To him

    Marc-Andre Fleury
    Kris Letang
    Huberdaeu

    To me

    David Backes
    Edler/Yandle
    Alex Ovechkin

    It's 1 year

    G A +/- PIM PPP SoG
    W Gaa SV% SHO

    My other G are Rinne, Quick, backstrom
     
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    I'd go with Yandle, but either way you win that trade by a pretty big margin.
     
  3. Defeatist*

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    I'd go with edler, but I'm a canucks fan. It's pretty close. However, others should veto that trade as it's pretty lopsided in your favour, lol. :laugh:
     
  4. DoubleDose86

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    yea, i kind of do expect it to be vetoed. I actually wouldn't mind giving up an extra guy tbh...I'm going to defend this trade with OV not being consistent for a few years lol...won't work...but I got that to try and use.
     
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    I say Yandle... Yandle lead D in points only a few years ago, Edler has never really been close to that sort of accolade.
     
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    Cappy belgians do it best

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    Yandle for me
     
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    Didn't want to create a new thread.

    Was offered

    Kessel Landeskog

    For

    Byfuglien Seguin


    Burns is still on waivers, so if I get desperate for defense I could just pick up to replace Byfuglien, just unsure with is it worth it in the end?
     
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    either way you win
     
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    yes! kessel by far the best player in the deal
     
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    Id keep Buff and Seguin, especially if there's a bonus for D points. Seguin could put up Kessel numbers and Buff puts up points. Landeskog is solid but I don't see as an elite point producer.
     
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    in case it matters my other D currently are

    Karlsson
    Yandle(if trade goes through, Letang if not)
    Green
    Franson
    Buff
     
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    I also feel like people have already written off Seguin. He's playing with Benn this year which could be deadly. Kessel is less of a risk, but I don't think Landeskog is worth giving up Seguin's potential and Buff's solid D points.
     
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    oh Seguin is why I'm hesitant to. I want to see how he does this year,
     
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    I mean, as most posters have said so far, Kessel is a sure lock to get points. However, I think that Byfuglien is far too valuable to give up. Tons of SOG for a D-man, pretty good PIMs, and will put up points.

    Seguin has a lot of unlocked potential after being used as a second liner in Boston for the majority of his career, and I think Benn is going to be a big part of his production.

    Regarding Burns, I know that in the ESPN fantasy hockey leagues he's considered a forward (without D eligibility), so double check to be sure that he's considered a D-man.

    In other words, I wouldn't trade if I were you.
     
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    Horrible for him lol. Ovechkin is the best player in fantasy as far as I'm concerned.
     
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