Wednesday, September 20, 2006


Round 1
1. M. Kiprusoff Beaner
2. J. Thornton Charlestown ...
3. A. Ovechkin Drumheller M...
4. J. Spezza Sleek and De...
5. S. Crosby Zanstorm
6. D. Alfredsson arspa
7. N. Lidstrom Tapeleg's Tools
8. D. Heatley Hodge
Round 2
1. R. Luongo Hodge
2. M. Brodeur Tapeleg's Tools
3. E. Staal arspa
4. P. Elias Zanstorm
5. S. Niedermayer Sleek and De...
6. J. Jagr Drumheller M...
7. A. Tanguay Charlestown ...
8. I. Kovalchuk Beaner
Round 3
1. C. Pronger Beaner
2. R. Nash Charlestown ...
3. R. Miller Drumheller M...
4. M. Hossa Sleek and De...
5. P. Forsberg Zanstorm
6. M. Turco arspa
7. J. Iginla Tapeleg's Tools
8. B. Richards Hodge

Round 1 winner = Everyone except Tapeleg
Round 1 loser = Tapeleg (way too early for a Dman, even if is Lidstrom)

Round 2 winner = Everyone except Sleek
Round 2 loser = Sleek (same mistake as TL)

Round 3 winner = Arspa (Turco is worth the most points if he can repeat last years numbers)
Round 3 loser = Zanstorm (Forsberg will be injured for most of this season too)

Stay tuned, I'll be posting three rounds at a time. The winners and losers become more and more obvious as the rounds progress.


At September 21, 2006 at 1:24 a.m. , Blogger Zanstorm said...

Gimme a break! Rnd 3 loser is Beaner taking Pronger! Reason? Too early to take a D! As long as Forsberg is playing, I am getting a shitlocker of points. He falls...I drop his sorry ass!
But I agree with the Rnd 3 winner being Arspa, but I also think Sleek is a winner with Hossa.

At September 21, 2006 at 6:32 a.m. , Blogger Tapeleg said...

Only so many scoring D out there.

At September 21, 2006 at 9:20 a.m. , Blogger -Beaner- said...

I'm sorry that I ended up with 4 solid D-men and all you got was what the buzzards wouldn't even take, Zanstorm.
That's just the way it goes, maybe next Tuesday you'll be more prepared as I understand that it's hard to swallow, the concept of being beat by a girl at your own sport.

I'm pretty sure I ended up with a better team than you, given my position in the draft.

At September 21, 2006 at 9:52 a.m. , Blogger Earl Sleek said...

Hmm, so I guess I didn't go terribly wrong in the first three rounds (I think Scott is a decent enough pick myself, but I'm biased).

Guess I fell apart later. I should note that Hossa is no longer part of my team, and Chris Pronger is.

At September 21, 2006 at 12:28 p.m. , Blogger Tapeleg said...

Hard to go wrong with Neidermeyar and Pronger in your line up. We'll see if Hodge directs as critical an eye at himself. Kinda doubt it.


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