Looking at a few centers to pick up. Not exactly prospects but young enough that I figured I would add them here:
Which one would you recommend for the stats in my signature and what do you see them maxing out PTs wise at?
10 H2H Daily Dynasty:
C(4): Malkin, Ribeiro, Kadri, Kesler
LW(3): Nash, Vanek, Hartnell
RW(3): P.Kane, Hossa, Simmonds
FW(2): Clarkson, Franzen
D: Weber, Byfuglien, Boyle, Goligoski, Johnson, Burns
G: Rinne, Niemi
BN: Miller, Hamilton, Hanzal, Versteeg, Bernier
Bennett, Teravainen, Faksa, Saad, Lack
Skaters: Goals, Assists, PIM, +/-, Hits, PPP, SHP, SOG, FOW
Goalies: Wins, GAA, SV, SHO, SV%
Just one thing to think about is that Palmieri hasn't played C at all this year, so his eligibility (if you're in a Yahoo/ESPN league, for example) might change.
Palmieri - First line upside and the potential to be Getzlaf's wingman if Bobby Rayn/Correy Perry leave. Probably the best situation of the bunch.
Backlund - Quietly had a good year until he got hurt, then came back and still looks good. The Flames have to blow themselves up eventually, so he has a cakewalk for a top-6 C job.
Shore - Has probably been one of Florida's best all-around players for a while. Won't win the top job away from Huberdeau, though, so his upside is limited in that respect.
Eller - I've avoided owning Eller for the simple reason that he is exactly the kind of prospect that I get irrationally excited for. Large man with great hands and vision, teases you with billion-point performances, then does nothing for 5 weeks and ends up on the 4th line. Again. Still good upside if he can figure it out though.
18 team league, keep 12 plus *4 1st/2nd year players (16 total)
Points Only (w/ NHL salaries), start 8F/4D/1G
Note: Defencemen receive 1 point per 45 mins of ice time.
Nash, Vanek, Couture, Berglund, Wheeler, Perron, P. Kane, *Baertschi, Semin, *Nyquist, *Atkinson, Tanguay, Cervenka
Ehrhoff, Leddy, Voynov, *Orlov, Timonen, Postma, Brodin, Donovan
Halak, Dubnyk, Neuvirth