A Deep Analysis – The Crosby Show

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We did a Deep Analysis of Jeff Angus' team, The Crosby Show, before last season and we're back again to give him another edge. Check all of our fantasy hockey tools out over at the HockeyPoolGeek.


(Editors note: considering my entire league will be reading this, not sure how much of an edge I actually get!)


Team Name: The Crosby Show 

League Name: Ultimate Fantasy Hockey Pool

GM: Jeff Angus

Date of Analysis: September 2011


League Structure:

Format: 12 teams, head-to-head, no maximum games played, three minimum games played per week.


Rosters: 23 player main rosters (start 3 c, 3 lw, 3 rw, 6 d, 2 g, bench of 6), 8 on the farm (200gp or less for skaters at nhl level, 100gp or less for goalies)


Scoring categories: G, A, +/-, PIM, PPP, SHP, GWG, SOG, Hits, FOW, GS, W, SV, L, GAA, SA, SV%, SO


Number of keepers: 17, all 8 farm positions


Season add/drop limit: 40


Trade deadline: 6 weeks before end of NHL regular season


Team Assets at Time of Deep Analysis:

Roster: The Crosby Show

C – Crosby, Hanzal, Ott, Lecavalier

LW – Sharp (C/LW), Leino, Booth, Bouchard (LW/RW), Ladd

RW – Little (RW/C), Franzen (LW/RW), Gaborik, Eriksson (LW/RW)

D – Chara, Edler, Boyle, Giordano, Montador, White, Timonen

G – Luongo, Roloson, Schneider


Farm – Karlsson, Ekman-Larsson, Brendan Smith, Yemelin, David Savard, Jeremy Morin, Matt Calvert, Zac Dalpe


Background and Environment:

After we did our Deep Analysis last year, Angus has been busy.  His trades (with his comments in italics) are below:


  • Traded away Shattenkirk, Stamkos and Lehtonen for Brodeur, Chara, Liles last September. Ouch. Chara is a stud with our cats and was counting on Marty return to glory, so I would own goalie stats. Stamkos was redundant or so I thought with my strength up the middle