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  1. From CBS. On track for mid May probably.... Mets' Steven Matz: All is good with start of throwing program April 20, 2017 3:56 PM EDT | by RotoWire Staff | Special to Matz (elbow) continued his throwing program Thursday and felt good afterward, Kristie Ackert of the New York Daily News reports. The left-hander still seems to be a ways away from returning to the Mets' rotation, but it seems like he's progressing well. It's unclear how much throwing Matz was able to partake in, but as long as everything goes as planned, he likely will continue to ramp up his throwing over the next week before resuming mound work.
  2. Geez, what kinda team did you have this year. That's a great list to choose from. Definitely McD and Matthews. Then have to decide between Crosby, Kucherov and Laine. I think you get more back in a deal with Crosby and Laine because of the name factor and keep Kucherov. He'll have Stamkos back next year and the team was pretty solid down the stretch.
  3. Nothing sucks like a Dyson
  4. tough call. I'm a big Kuz fan but he's not a keeper over the four you have marked. Is he better than one of your d-men. I would probably say yes. Not sure what your categories are but Doughty or Jones could be droppable. I also see some major changes happening in LA. They are too old and slow for the league and we might see a cleaning of the house and rebuild with new management. That could dampen Quick's relevance. Good goalies can be had if you're fast on the waiver wire. Those would be my suggestions depending on league variables.
  5. Tough call. CBJ playing 3 in 4 nights and Chicago coming off a semi-long road trip. I would lean toward Chicago winning but if you think you can get away with sitting both I would do that. Crawford's hasn't finished a couple of his past few games so I think there's a lot of questions with both tonight.
  6. The four you got are the best options. I picked up Reimer a few weeks ago because he has taken over from Luongo but Florida isn't that good and they have a rather tough schedule ahead. Detroit is horrible too. Of the 6, I think you have the best goalies from the 4 best teams. They may not instil confidence but you've gotta run with the horses you have and hope it's enough. Good luck.
  7. I read Alford had a great fall league. He dropped a lot on many of the prospect Top 100 lists out there but an injury plagued 2016 would do that to anyone. Is he undervalued right now? Still a raw project but isn't over the hill yet.
  8. If it's not a keeper then yes Reimer over OEK. Reimer is slowly taking the starting job away from Luongo and Florida is healthy again. Reimer is probably better than Helly for that matter.
  9. Still yes. easy. Giroux has quite a few more years left to outscore Monahan.
  10. Solid lineup. Add Barkov if you can. He'll outperform Coyle, and Miller in my opinion. Boudreau will bounce Coyle around the lineup and could find himself anywhere from 2nd line to 4th line, so I think his scoring is going to be inconsistent. With Zibanejad back for the Rangers Miller's ice time will drop as he goes down to the third line. I think you've got the most out of those two guys this year and Barkov is a top line and top PP guy for Florida who is finally fully healthy. Edit: Judging by your handle, dropping Miller may not be an option. I get that.
  11. St. Louis will turn it around. Parayko over Green.
  12. Yes. Easy
  13. Depends on what your categories are. I think Parayko is better than Green all around and would make that move in standard formats. Hold onto Duchesne. Good chance he might get dealt at the deadline and end up in a great situation. Wait until at least the deadline to make a call on him.
  14. All fair points. Sorry didn't get a chance to check in here all week. Monahan's a good drop.
  15. I would say Kadri. Babcock has been using him against the other team's top line which means really tough minutes and nights where he will get lit up on +/-. Solid team by the way.