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Barney Stinson76 09-19-2003 04:14 PM

Kolanos and Cleary
 
I have both on my fantasy league roster!
My question is what potential have the two guy`s and what do you think we will see this year from them???
Should I hold on them or trade them???

THX LP66

Gwyddbwyll 09-19-2003 10:30 PM

Most GM's know about Kolanos' concussion and that Cleary will struggle to hold down a spot so I can't imagine you'd get much for either right now. Both have a lot of talent so their market value could really increase a good deal if they start to fulfil their potential.

I am really encouraged by the training camp reports on Kolanos - hopefully he can carry this into full-blooded NHL games with all his old brio. I would be expecting around 45 points with potential for a 20 goal season. Cleary seems destined for a bit-part role so maybe 7-7-14.

_Del_ 09-20-2003 01:26 AM

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Originally Posted by Stevex
Most GM's know about Kolanos' concussion and that Cleary will struggle to hold down a spot so I can't imagine you'd get much for either right now. Both have a lot of talent so their market value could really increase a good deal if they start to fulfil their potential.

I am really encouraged by the training camp reports on Kolanos - hopefully he can carry this into full-blooded NHL games with all his old brio. I would be expecting around 45 points with potential for a 20 goal season. Cleary seems destined for a bit-part role so maybe 7-7-14.

I'll try something different and have some optimism -- Cleary will be a valueable checking line forward. Good speed, good reads, valueable for the PK. I'd easily take him above a couple of our 'roster' players. Hopefully, he'll have a strong camp and make someone expendable. As for offensive production, 15 goals is my guess, tho depending on how the year goes as a whole he could end up well short or above that I'm sure.

hbk 09-20-2003 04:30 AM

Dan Cleary is not high up on the depth chart and his physical game and two-way play is more suspect than that of some of the rivals for a roster spot. I wouldn't bank on him playing more than half the season in the pro's and I wouldn't pencil him in for much more than 15 points. Keep in mind he won't be playing on the first line in Phoenix.


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