Cheap NHL Labor – Part 3

Eric Daoust

2013-03-28

 

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Eric Daoust with some more fantasy hockey bargains.

 

This week we conclude a multi-part series that will cover many NHL players who are delivering good fantasy numbers at a bargain price in the shortened season. Obviously, the team that wins a league with a salary cap is the one that gets the best value out of every dollar allocated to its roster. This will include players who have a cost that is near the league minimum. Getting the most out of them can go a long way towards improving your chances of winning.

 

The focus will be put on players who have a cap hit under $1 million for at least this year and next year. Some have real potential to be scoring line players for years to come while others are shorter-term solutions that can still give your team a boost in the proper setting.

 

Tom Pyatt (C) – Tampa Bay


2012-13: $600,000
2013-14: $600,000

 

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