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10-02-2003, 10:36 AM
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a little help on boynton

sabres fan here looking for some fantasy assessment on your rd stud
what are your realistic outlooks for boynton's numbers this year?
i read somewhere that 30 points would be possible- accurate?
and should the pims stay similar, or should they decline as he takes a bigger role this year?
thanks for any input

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Originally Posted by billsandsabres
sabres fan here looking for some fantasy assessment on your rd stud
what are your realistic outlooks for boynton's numbers this year?
i read somewhere that 30 points would be possible- accurate?
and should the pims stay similar, or should they decline as he takes a bigger role this year?
thanks for any input

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I think you'll have better luck having Nick Boynton on your fantasy roster than you would having Andy Hilbert on it, but that's just my opinion.

I think if he can stay healthy throughout the season, Nick B. may well put up around 20-25 pts. or so... depends on if he sees power-play time (which he might). I imagine his penalty minutes will be around the same as last season, though. He's not usually one to back down from dropping the gloves when necessary.

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Boynton doesn't really have the skills to be a good offensive player, but he's got the offensive mindset and should chip in 20-30 points on a yearly bases.

Now he grabbed 24 points last season without much PP duty, and if he did end up playing regular on the PP(girard/berard out), I can see maybe 30-35 points out of him but with less PIM minutes.

Non PP: 20-30 around 100 PIM's
PP time: 25-35 around 70 PIM's.

Just seems to me that when defenceman start to play the PP they don't grab has many PIM's. I don't see Boynton being any different.

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