Need a D?

By |2015-07-24T11:07:28-04:00December 12th, 2007|z-Archives (other articles)|

Dennis Wideman

 

First off this week, let me apologize to all who listened to my advice and got rid of Nik Antropov. I was way wrong on him. He’s been scorching hot lately and it now looks like his fast start was for real. He may just have a shot at 80 points if he stays healthy. You should still expect ups and downs throughout the season though. What can I say? Sometimes you hit it on the head, like I did with Martin Gerber and Mike Comrie and sometimes you’re off the mark.

 

Need a D?

By |2015-07-24T11:07:26-04:00December 12th, 2007|z-Archives (other articles)|

Dennis Wideman

 

First off this week, let me apologize to all who listened to my advice and got rid of Nik Antropov. I was way wrong on him. He’s been scorching hot lately and it now looks like his fast start was for real. He may just have a shot at 80 points if he stays healthy. You should still expect ups and downs throughout the season though. What can I say? Sometimes you hit it on the head, like I did with Martin Gerber and Mike Comrie and sometimes you’re off the mark.

 

Need a D?

By |2015-07-24T11:07:24-04:00December 12th, 2007|z-Archives (other articles)|

Dennis Wideman

 

First off this week, let me apologize to all who listened to my advice and got rid of Nik Antropov. I was way wrong on him. He’s been scorching hot lately and it now looks like his fast start was for real. He may just have a shot at 80 points if he stays healthy. You should still expect ups and downs throughout the season though. What can I say? Sometimes you hit it on the head, like I did with Martin Gerber and Mike Comrie and sometimes you’re off the mark.

 

Draft-day Duds

By |2015-07-24T11:08:01-04:00December 5th, 2007|z-Archives (other articles)|

Jonathan Cheechoo

 

Pretty much a third of the season has gone by, so for those who drafted the likes of Miikka Kiprusoff and Jonathan Cheechoo, hope that they’ll turn it around is about on par with the hope that Britney Spears will become a model citizen. So what do you do with players you can’t stand to see on your roster anymore, but who are too talented to drop to the waiver wire?

 

 

Draft-day Duds

By |2015-07-24T11:07:59-04:00December 5th, 2007|z-Archives (other articles)|

Jonathan Cheechoo

 

Pretty much a third of the season has gone by, so for those who drafted the likes of Miikka Kiprusoff and Jonathan Cheechoo, hope that they’ll turn it around is about on par with the hope that Britney Spears will become a model citizen. So what do you do with players you can’t stand to see on your roster anymore, but who are too talented to drop to the waiver wire?

 

 

Draft-day Duds

By |2015-07-24T11:08:02-04:00December 5th, 2007|z-Archives (other articles)|

Jonathan Cheechoo

 

Pretty much a third of the season has gone by, so for those who drafted the likes of Miikka Kiprusoff and Jonathan Cheechoo, hope that they’ll turn it around is about on par with the hope that Britney Spears will become a model citizen. So what do you do with players you can’t stand to see on your roster anymore, but who are too talented to drop to the waiver wire?