Landeskog v Huberdeau v Strome

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  1. Hutzler

    Hutzler Registered User

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    I know this thread has been done before...

    I have my keeper pool draft tonight and I have the 2nd overall pick...RNH will go first without a question.

    I am completely torn on my pick. Should I take Landeskog, Huberdeau or Strome? Or other?

    It is an ongoing pool so I am looking for the player who will net me the most points in the next 3-4 years.
     
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    landeskog would be the safest pick because you know he will get top ice time in colorado and will be playing with top notch centers who will feed him the puck.
     
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    One argument for Strome: in two years he'll be playing the left half boards across from JT on the powerplay. That's going to put him in a position to collect a lot of points.

    Cheers,

    Dan-o
     
  4. GM17*

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    Landeskog will be in the NHL this year
    Huberdeau is a year removed
    Strome is at least one year removed. Depends on the Isles' depth whether he gets bumped up early or not. I expect he'll be fairly streaky though.
     
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  5. strome wont make the nhl this season but after that he will be playing his off wing on the first pp unit with streit and tavares, i think it could be kinda like stamkos and st loius on the power play together
     
  6. Mc5RingsAndABeer

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    If it's only 3-4 years I think you should go with Landeskog.
     
  7. Hutzler

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    Well it is ongoing and I plan on being in the pool for 10+ years, but I am building my team in hopes to win in the next 4 years.
     
  8. BLBarmada

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    I love Huber but Landeskog will put up more points for now.
     
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    Strome has the biggest upside. Landeskog is the more immediate bet. Huberdeau offers a nice balance.
     
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    No chance...Hubber has the biggest upside.
     
  11. BLBarmada

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    Huber may take the most time to make it to the league.
     
  12. Marshal Rochambeau

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    Hubber can score 50 one day. Strome will rack up assists. Landeskog will get 40 on a good year his writers is a laser, I expect iginla type stats from him.
     
  13. Ogopogo*

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    In a pool, defensive ability is worthless. Put Landeskog out of your thoughts because what he brings to the table is useless in a pool. I see him as a 60 point guy with defensive abilities.

    Huberdeau ahead of Strome. They are both good picks but, I would definitely take Huberdeau.
     
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    Prospects doesn't seem to develop well in Florida... Do you people still take Huberdeau before Lando for fantasy purposes?
     
  15. AvsFan7*

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    Strome may be playing with Tavares one day, but Landeskog is going to be paying with either Stastny or Duchene right away and for a long time. If he plays with one of them right out of camp this year, he will rack up some points, and will only get better as he gets more use to the NHL! Not only that but Huberdeau and Strome are likely at least a year out!
     
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    Prospects didn't develop well in Florida, ie. past tense. The organization has gone through a huge change, and you wont see prospects rushed anymore, unless they earn it!
     
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    I think expecting too much for Landeskog...expect Mike Richards stats not Iginla
     
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    So you think Landeskog getting 40 in his prime is more outrageous than Huberdeau getting 50?

    :help:
     

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