|Angus Audits Your Team: London Aviators||Tweet|
|Written by Jeff Angus|
|Saturday, 17 July 2010 12:43|
Another simple audit. Points-only, no goalies. Some interesting keeper questions, including the likes of Frolik, Vanek, Gagner, Wolski, and Derek Roy. Thanks to DobberHockey reader Andy for sending this one in.
10 Team Keeper League
Points only (Goal = 1, Assists =1)
Draft each off-season to fill out roster to 20
Must have at least six defenseman at all times during the season
His keeper selections:
My keeper selections:
Outgoing: James van Riemsdyk, Matt Niskanen, Peter Mueller
Incoming: Dion Phaneuf, David Krejci, Michal Frolik
Great trade. Phaneuf is an upgrade on Niskanen. Krejci is a shor-term upgrade on both JVR and Mueller as well.
Outgoing: Dion Phaneuf, Andrei Kostitsyn
Incoming: Wojtek Wolski, Brent Burns
A decent trade. Phaneuf would probably have been a keeper. I like Wolski as a keeper as well. The other two wouldn't make the grade.
Outgoing: Marc Savard, Justin Williams
Incoming: Derek Roy, Sam Gagner
Great trade, again. Williams is done as a productive NHL'er.
1) Keep Wolski over Gagner. I really like Gagner’s long-term upside, but Wolski will out-point him over the next few seasons. I may get some heat for this, but I actually debated keeping Gagner over Vanek. In a points-only league (no differentiation between goals and assists), Vanek’s value drops a bit.
2) Try and upgrade. You have a few good borderline keepers, especially on defense. None of them after Weber interested me that much, but perhaps you can swing a few of them for an upgrade on the back end (landing a potential second keeper defenseman).
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|Last Updated on Saturday, 17 July 2010 20:36|