|Angus Audits Your Team: Kinnaird Krunks||Tweet|
|Written by Jeff Angus|
|Friday, 16 July 2010 22:20|
A pretty straightforward audit - helping to pick keepers as the 2010-11 season approaches. Niclas Bergfors or Michael Frolik? Erik Johnson or a forward? DobberHockey reader Jarret wanted some help, and I was glad to oblige him!
D. Sanchez Keeper League
Kinnaird Krunks (I googled Kinnaird and that was one of the first images that came up).
10 Team League
12 F, 3 D, 1 G
Rosters cannot fall below 18 players or rise above 22 players at any point during the season
Eight players and one rookie (under 21 years old) are kept each year
Draft is conducted to bring roster sizes back up to 20 each off-season
Optional mid-season redraft where three players can be dropped and three new ones drafted
Goals = 1, Assists = 1, W = 2, and SO = 3
His keeper selections:
My keeper selections:
Outgoing: Alex Semin, Tom Gilbert
Incoming: Patrik Elias, Erik Johnson, Kimmo Timonen
Not a huge fan of this deal. Semin is a legitimate keeper in a points-only league, and none of the three you got in return are.
Outgoing: Ilya Kovalchuk
Incoming: Mike Richards, 1st and 2nd round draft picks
Again, not a huge fan. Quality over quantity, and you give up the best player in the deal. You said you were worried about the KHL option for Kovalchuk – simply put, he isn’t going there.
1) Keep Bryzgalov. With Luongo, that gives you two stud goaltenders and you can focus your attention elsewhere at the draft
2) I really like Bergfors, but Frolik has more upside from an overall points standpoint. Bergfors may score 30 goals, but I don’t see him progressing past 60-65 points.
3) Fleischmann isn’t worth keeping. I was toying with the idea of keeping Johnson, but with each team only carrying three, there will be plenty available at the draft.
|Last Updated on Saturday, 17 July 2010 12:43|