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12-25-2011, 10:43 AM
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Pominville question

I have to choose between 2 players in my pool , Pominville and Hartnell.Goals count for 2 pts since they are both at 48 pts.Is Pominville playing over his head? How injury prone is he? Who would you take?

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He is not 'playing over his head' if anything he may be under achieving a little. The Sabres have a ton of injuries so his linemates have been different from night to night.

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Pom has played ok, but when he has been paired with Vanek, he is a pt per game player. If you get points for assists, Pom will be your guy. If its only for goals, go with Hartnell

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He's been great, I could see him taper off, not by much though. I could also see him have a spike in production if everyone stays healthy. He's been arguably our best player all year, and has been carrying the team along with Vanek.

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Pominville is pretty much always a lock for ~70 points and 20+ goals. He generally turns it up in the stretch run, so I would assume he will at least keep up his PPG pace. I would definitely take him over Hartnell, not only for his consistency in goals, assists, and games played each year, but also for the fact that you know exactly what you are getting with Pommer. Hartnell's career, on the other hand, has had alot of ups and downs.

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