Trading away: Devan Dubnyk (18th overall) Jack Eichel (43rd overall) Receiving: Andrei Vasilevski (1st overall) Nikolaj Ehlers (120th overall) Forward positions are irrelevant so Ehlers being a LW has no value. Points contributed last season rounded up to 82 games for the skaters: Eichel: 2788 Ehlers: 2435 Dubnyk: 2643 Vasilevski: 3531 Eichel is the projected 4th ranked skater in my draft kit with a projected 3163 points. Ehlers is projected at roughly the same as last year (2400). Dubnyk is projected at roughly the same as last year as well (2643) while Vasilevski is projected down to 3000, but I don't really agree with the projection (37-17-8, 2.54 GAA, 0.917 SV%). Ehlers being on the Jets "4th line" is concerning but they should be able to find him his 15-16 minutes I'd think. Any advice would be great. Points in/out is roughly equal, but getting arguably the best starter in my leagues settings would be a great add as he will always be in net whereas we only have 4 forward slots for roughly 4-5 bench forwards.