The Khudobin advice is perfect for this year, but my team is looking pretty weak and I'm considering going for a rebuild. Khudobin was a 20th round pick, so on the long shot something happens to Rask or Khudobin shows flashes of brilliance, he will have good keeper value. This value is directly tied to how late the player was drafted, plus most of the other GMs like to keep goalies, so this could (a very long shot, I know) bring a lot back in a trade.Neither Green nor Phaneuf has any keeper value unless Green were to approach his form from a few years ago, which I think is just as long of a shot as Khudobin looking attractive for the end of this year or for next year.
The keeper issue is also why I'm not considering dropping Faulk or Schultz. I can keep four, and I'm hoping at least two of those will come from those two plus Granlund and Huberdeau. Probably at least one of Elias and Dubnyk, who were 17th and 20th round picks, respectively. If I need a fourth I'm hoping to trade non-keeper studs to contending teams down the stretch (eg Crosby), and I'm sure I can net someone excellent plus some draft pick upgrades.
H2H 10 GMs Keeper: keep up to 4 at cost of draft pick (round in red) G, A,+/-,PIM,SOG,PPP; Wins,GAA,Sv% Start 2C 2R 2L 1 Util 4D 2G, weekly starts
C: Tomá Plecanec (10), Jonathan Huberdeau (11)
LW: Patrik Eliá (14), Pascal Dupuis (10) Иlлья Kovalchuk (1), Brandon Saad (10)
RW: Jarome Iginla (3), Phil Kessel (2) Jakub Voráček (9)
D:Ryan Suter (7), Mike Green (4), Brent Burns (10), Mark Streit, Justin Schultz (12)
G:Craig Anderson (6), Дeвaн Dubnyk (17) Cepгeй Bobrovsky (9), Niklas Bäckström (8)