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12-17-2006, 06:11 AM
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Which Jacket should I choose?

This is for my fantasy hockey team this upcoming week, I have one roster spot I rotate players in and out of, and this week I wanted to pick up a Columbus player since they play four times....

I was hoping to get some feedback from you guys on who to choose....

Fritsche, Hainsey, Modin and Carter.

All four are currently available. Which player over the next week do you guys think will put up the most overall points and get the most overall powerplay time?

I'm having a hard time deciding because "the new look" Jackets are hard to gauge unless you've been watching them pre- Hitch to current. Any info and or insight would be much appreciated.

Thank you in advance!

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12-17-2006, 07:04 AM
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Of the 4 players id think id choose the most safe and say Modin

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even though he didn't have a point last night, Fritsche has been playing out of his mind the last 5 games...I think he still has the hot hand right now as he did make some nice plays last night (to no avail). Honestly though, this kid is showing the drive and determination along with a playmaking ability that I don't think anyone knew he could bring to the NHL level. If he keeps playing this way, I don't see why the points wouldn't keep coming. For the next week, I'd take Fritsche.

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Modin is going to be the best solid player all week, but Fritsche has been hot lately, and is getting a lot of his points in bunches. I would take Modin, but gamble on Fritsche and it might pay off big.

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Thanks for you input. I am going with Modin. I will keep up with their stats during the week and get back to you guys, let you know how your choice did.

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With how he is playing Id go Fritsche

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