Yeeesh that's a tough team to manage...
It just looks gutted IMO. You really lack a superstar, if you look at one-year league rankings, you don't own anyone in the top 35...
At first glance you have a whole heap of middle of the road 40-55 point players, which probably won't get you back into the money spot.
What I would suggest doing is probably start from scratch again, just continue to play/rebuild for the next 3-4 seasons and stockpile picks and aim to win 5-6 years down the track. That's probably how long it'll take to get this team back into shape.
This is one of the main reasons why "newbies" shouldn't join keeper leagues, if they don't know what they're doing... A couple of wrong moves and it's not as simple as hitting the reset button like in one-year leagues. You kinda have to live with your mistakes year after year...
The big key is to not move your young players (Yakupov, Tarasenko), you need to start stockpiling the higher-end guys and slowly get rid of your run of the mill guys. Do not go and pull off moves like Lindback and Grabovski for Yakupov and Bernier that would be entirely stupid in your situation and people are just taking advantage of you. What you need to start doing is moving those mid-ranged guys for higher end draft picks. So take a look at hot-streaks, and when a player gets on one, see if you can move them for draft picks or prospects. Also really start making strategic moves in your pool especially at the trade deadline, any bubble teams, start throwing offers out there that will help you dramatically in the future.
Third stick on the Dobber boards and post any trades that you have in mind. There are plenty of people who are willing to give your their opinion, so you don't make a rash decision.
It's going to be a long road back, but if you take small steps at a time, and make the "right" decisions, things can slowly be fixed.
Dobber Expert Pool Champion 2011-12