I'll take Krejci.
The Bruins (& the Dallas Stars) were two teams that didn't do very well on the PP last year. Most teams will have their top forwards register somewhere between 20-35 PPP.
For the 2nd year in a row, Krejci
put up 50 even-strength points... but only 11 or 12 PPP. I'm a HUGE fan of production at even-strength, because I think that a player that does well even-strength will eventually get a shot on the PP, eventually click, eventually get 20 PPP.
50 ESP + 20 PPP = 70pts for Krejci. I think he could pull that off, but I'd peg him for 65pts.
MaxPac had a very nice year with 65pts.
But the whole line was magical... Eric Cole had 61pts on 14.5% shooting, DD had 60pts on 16.3% shooting. Can these guys all click again to put up 60+pts each? Hell, no. This is not a line of 60pt players. There's a new coach in Montreal and for all we know he's going to do things differently... which means... the ice time isn't necessarily going to get any better for Cole-DD-MaxPac.
Playing devil's advocate to myself, MaxPac did have 52 ESP + 13 PPP.
So, his numbers rival Krejci's... and his PPP could/should go up.
But I much prefer Krejci's linemates over MaxPac's linemates.
Krejci, for me.
Krejci = 65pts (50 ESP + 15 PPP)
MaxPac = 60pts (45 ESP + 15 PPP)
I also much prefer passers (Krejci) over shooters (MaxPac) in points-only leagues.