Originally Posted by bluck
Wow Awesome post and thanks for all the responses , rep given to each of ya
I was set on taking a goalie with my 1st and 2nd picks so that advice is huge.. when you say you wouldn't take a goalie until round 5 ish.. lets say that there is a massive run on goalies as i expect there will be in the earlier rounds... would you grab a cam ward in round 3 or wait and grab a lesser caliber goalie in round 5? I'm just skeptical as to which goalies would be available by then?
With regards to Sunday starts.. does that mean you would rank players from ANH and CHI a bit higher on your draft list? And with regards to that Flex spot do you mean a player where i can add/drop on saturday for that sunday start?
The wingers that take face off's was something I overlooked, I will def try and target players with dual eligability.
With H2H I find that your drafting strategy changes depending on what players are available when its your pick. Penguin is right you dont really need a stud goalie right off the bat and if there is a run on goalies it only means that there are great forwards ready for you to pick them up. If you can grab Neal at 8th and still have a high scoring forward like Kovy/Perry avail and only average goalies avail when its your 2nd pick you might want to grab Kovy/Perry.
You want to find out what wingers take a lot of draws, as their value goes through the roof.
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