Too many expected-to-step-up guys on this team?

Discussion in 'General Fantasy Talk' started by mrzeigler, Sep 29, 2013.

  1. mrzeigler

    mrzeigler .. but I'm not wrong

    Sep 30, 2006
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    My league had our draft this afternoon, and about third of the guys I picked are ones whom many are expecting to step up this year. Since they haven't yet done it consistently in the NHL, this has me excited about this roster one second, then worried about the worst-case scenarios the next. Your thoughts?

    It's a 10 team, partial-keeper* league with 22-player rosters.

    Skaters stat categories are G, A, P, +/-, PIM, PPG, PPA, PPP, SHP, SOG, FW, HIT, BLK.

    For goalies, the stats are GS, W, GAA, SV%, SHO.

    Malkin C, RW*
    P. Kane C, RW*
    Neal LW, RW*
    Backes C, RW
    Callahan RW
    D. Brown LW, RW
    Pacioretty LW
    Dubinsky C, LW
    Stewart RW
    Johansson C (likely to have LW added soon)
    O'Reilly C, LW
    Hansen RW
    Roy C
    M. Foligno LW
    Hertl C

    Pietrangelo D
    Burns D, LW
    Muzzin D
    Hamonic D

    Quick G*
    Crawford G
    Fasth G

    Most of the guys who were on my radar but weren't picked are the of the talented-rookie-but-will-he-have-an-impact sort: Boedker, Jenner, Chiasson, Schwartz, Nichushkin, Barkov, Bailey, Etem, Josh Bailey, C.Wilson.

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