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  1. Who Wins This Trade In Fantasy Hockey?

    Matthews, Stamkos, and Corey Crawford


    Erik Karlsson, Ryan Suter, Alex Galchenyuk, and John Gibson

    It's A 10 Category Yahoo League With G, A, PTS, +/-, PPP, SOG, Wins, GAA, Save %, and Shutouts

  2. What those two idiots forgot to tell you about the Schenn/Lethera deal (btw, Schenn is horribly overrated and you folks in St. Louis will find that out), is that it included St. Louis' first round pick (but I believe St. Louis gets to keep the pick this year if they miss the playoffs).

  3. I have the Dallas Stars as the number one seed in the Central, followed by Nashville and Minnesota with Chicago getting the wild card spot.

    So the Blues may very well miss the playoffs (at least I have them missing the playoffs).

  4. There is a lot to look forward to. Solid team now. Furure has Kostin, Barbs, Sanford and the other kids. Not a fan of Berg but he can fill in that 3rd line. Fabs back and running. If Allen is solid again we may maje a deep run again.

  5. I think the Blues will also be a playoff team but now they got new competition in the Central and that's Nashville and possibly and revamped Minnesota team. So as I see the Blues I think should be at least 2nd by the end of the year in the division but those Top 3 teams will be competing with one another for that top spot, I think Chicago will fall out of contention but still be a wild card team there as they are looking to be on the slump at this point. New coaches and new players means new adjustments for the whole team and I think that is actually the biggest factor is if the Blues can thrive under this new system of coaches and can Brayden Schenn thrive under it too. I think that will determine whether they will win the Central division or not but this team still looks good for that playoffs.

  6. – The Blues will be a playoff contender in the West as usual BUT they can never seem to get over the hump in the West. They either run into the Hawks along the way or get beat by one of the other surprise teams in the conference. The Blues can certainly compete among the best of them but always have trouble whenever they encounter one of their usual 'speed bumps' along the way in the playoffs.

  7. I'm forever haunted by the fact that in 2010, the New York Rangers took Dylan McIlrath with the 10th pick in the first round and Vladimir Tarasenko went to St. Louis with the 14th pick.

  8. Did these two turds even look at our roster? 3C is a question? Sobotka, Barbashev, Sundqvist are all easily 3C material on MOST teams. Not to mention if Kyrou or Tage Thompson have incredible camps and force their way into the line-up. We are stacked at 3C.

  9. Schenn was given a lot of oppurtunities at 2nd and 3rd line center with the flyers and it never really worked out even with good wingers on his line. idk why they just assume he can slot in as a top line center no prob with any other team

  10. You guys picked blues over wild…. I mean it's possible I just don't see it happening. Unless of course jake Allen decides he wants to play good the whole regular season.

    Ps. Coming from a blues fan

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