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01-29-2013, 11:49 AM
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Subban or Markov

Purely for fantasy hockey this year, who would you choose between them

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01-29-2013, 11:50 AM
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Purely for fantasy hockey this year, who would you choose between them
Subban... because of age and injury prone. But I'd take a 23yrs old healthy Markov over a 23yrs old healthy Subban.

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I would say Markov, mainly because he's been playing hockey this year.

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01-29-2013, 11:51 AM
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If it's just for this year, I'd go with Markov.

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Markov for points, Subban if you are counting other stats - Subban is always reliable for PIM in my league.

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Subban because he's younger, and he's gonna prosper right away, he put up like 40+ points last year, won't take him too long.

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Subban because he's younger, and he's gonna prosper right away, he put up like 40+ points last year, won't take him too long.
36pts to be exact... still pretty good.

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01-29-2013, 12:11 PM
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If going for the fences with this pick, I'd take Markov. He has shown that when healthy he's a premium PP QB able to rack up points with ease.

For a safe pick, I'd go with Subban obviously because of Markov's injury history.

In a keeper pool, Subban by a mile because of obvious reasons (age, health).

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01-29-2013, 12:16 PM
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Subban for Roto, unless it is somehow heavily biased for PPP.

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I'd personally take Markov. If he stays healthy he'll have more points than Subban for sure.

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Well what is the point system in your league? Does it include +/-, PIMs, hits, PPG, etc?

Subban will get you some points and PPG but will really get you lots of PIMs and hits. Markov will probably get more points, depending on how they lineups work out once Subban returns.

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Subban... because of age and injury prone. But I'd take a 23yrs old healthy Markov over a 23yrs old healthy Subban.
Why?? Subban is miles ahead of Markov at the same age..not even close.

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Even with Subban back, I'm pretty confident that Markov will be their "go to" guy for offense from the blueline as long as he is healthy.

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Purely for fantasy hockey this year, who would you choose between them
Depends on the scoring settings. If PIM is one of your stats than u have to consider that PK is going to get WAAAAYY more PIM than markov in fact he's probabley one of the most penalized players in the nhl.

points wise i'd give markov the edge. plus/minus will probabley be pretty even

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01-29-2013, 07:26 PM
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If healthy, Markov will get you more points. He has a knack of being at the right place at the right time, and he's more efficient. You might notice Subban more, but Markov will get you the greater production.

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01-29-2013, 07:40 PM
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Subban... because of age and injury prone. But I'd take a 23yrs old healthy Markov over a 23yrs old healthy Subban.
Same here. Big big Subban fan, but Markov is a very, very good player, and doesn't stir **** in the room...

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Subban, no contest.

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01-29-2013, 08:41 PM
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If we're including GWG then Markov has a huge lead already.

If you're talking about going forward... my money would be on PK because of the PMs. He racked up 100 last year and those aren't as easy to get as they used to be. Markov will be the primary guy on the PP though so it depends on your needs.

The other wildcard is Markov's knee...

If I had to pick I'd go with Subban going forward. He might not get as many points as Markov but he'll still get his fair share and he doesn't have the same injurty risk. And those PMs are hard to pass up.

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