Yes, I shouldn't have made a tiebreaker for #12 since there were only 70 votes. An 8 vote difference for example, is a much larger gap when there are only 70 votes compared to 130 votes. I like to make tiebreakers when results are close (within 5 to 10 votes) because the votes might have been split. But this tiebreaker might turn around now that you bumped this thread. We will see if Seabrook will overtake Edler for the #12 spot.
Struggling this year yes, but hes still a good player. A 50 point defenseman who plays in all situations, QB's the PP, and can be a physically dominant against the others teams top player, moves the puck up the ice and is good defensively/on the PK.