Playing during a shortened season has definitely been interesting. I thought I would have to deal with a lot of decision making because of the compacted schedule, but it might actually be more spread out schedule-wise than I'm used to. I rarely have to bench anyone on a given day.
Also sort of wish I had drafted one stellar goalie and a guy I can start on occasion if there was a favorable matchup, it's much easier to get 3 starts a week this season than in seasons prior. I wonder if anyone has done any statistical work to see if players who were playing during the lockout have outperformed the ones who weren't by a significant margin as well. Not really something we could control since we drafted before training camp was supposed to start.
I must say I'm quite proud that I made the playoffs after losing Erik Karlsson, Milan Michalek, trying to be sneaky and dropping Hiller with hopes of picking him right back up, and then having to trade Danny Briere for Lindback to replace Hiller only to have Lindback end up on IR.