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Friday, March 16, 2018
Seattle Navigators Inaugural Season Ends Expectedly, But Not Without Some Disappointment

The Seattle Navigators finish their inaugural season with a record of 35-41-6, good for eighth place in the Pacific Division. Their 76 points tie them with the Bruins and Hurricanes for second worst total in the NHL, behind the Dallas Stars' 69.

Final Standings

While the ownership group is okay with the first season, GM Dan Simpson was not too happy with the result.

"Losing sucks, no matter how good you are, it sucks. I think we're set up decently for the future, but it still sucks. It's not so fun to see the other expansion team either. I know they had some breaks that we didn't have, but it's just gonna fire us up to get better faster."

GMDS is referring to the Vegas Golden Knights, who were already set up pretty nicely before winning the lottery and drafting Nolan Patrick first overall. That Golden Knights team snuck into the playoffs as a Wild Card, then won their way to the Stanley Cup Final. Once there, they took the Washington Capitals to Game 7 before falling to Ovechkin and company.

Check out the playoff field here:

End of Season Notes:

-While they were in playoff contention when the trades were made, Justin Williams (Boston) and Cam Ward (Los Angeles) both failed to make the playoffs with their new teams. (Boston actually finished last in the Atlantic Division)

-Unfortunately, the first round pick acquired from Boston in the Williams trade was Winnipeg's (1st place in the Central Division). The other first rounder Seattle snagged (in the Jonas Brodin deal) was Toronto's, who finished 3rd in the Atlantic.

-Yes, there was a lack of top rate talent on the team, but 49 points at a -23 is not the kind of stats you'd like to see lead your team (Artem Anisimov). Hopefully GMDS can find a way to add to the scoring depth while not giving up the farm.

-Phillip Danault signed a 2 year, $3.1m contract extension on the last day of the season. "He's a player we see competing for a top 6 center slot for the future," says Simpson. Danault finished with 42 points and a plus 7 in 79 games.

-Navigators Stats

-The three constant top 4 defensemen of the Navigators made their scoring presence felt, scoring 41 points (Schultz), 37 (Vatanen), and 25 (de Haan). Hopefully Carlo will complement the group well.

-End of Season Awards

-End of Season League Leaders
Dynasty: Dsimp13

The first trade deadline of the Seattle Navigators has come and gone, and GM Dan Simpson worked his phone to try to improve his team.

Three trades were made, and time will tell to see how they work out for the Navs.

Seattle trades Mark Letestu, 2018 5th & 6th rounders to Nashville for 2018 3rd & 4th rounders

Seattle continues its process of stockpiling top of the draft picks. Letestu is a decent player having a good year for a third line center. However, it is believed that his camp is not interested in being a Navigator for the future, and sources indicate the team does not see him in their future plans either. So the trade was made, seeing the Navs move up in the draft at the cost of lower picks.

Seattle trades Justin Williams (retaining $0.950m in salary), Esa Lindell, Matt Puempel, 2018 2nd rounder (DAL) & 2018 6th rounder to Boston for Brandon Carlo and 2018 1st rounder (WPG)

This trade was a little more emotional, as Justin Williams had been a leader in the locker room. His career is towards the end however, so he agreed to be dealt to Boston. He will have a better shot at success with the Bruins. Esa Lindell was acquired to fight to take Jonas Brodin's role in the top 4, and the organization was high on him, but it was a no-brainer to include him if the end result was a more established young defender in Brandon Carlo. Carlo looks to be a front runner to fill out the top 4. The Navs possessed three 2nd round draft picks, so they could afford to lose one in an effort to gain a third 1st rounder in the upcoming draft. Puempel was one of a few young AHLers Boston was interested in (one name thrown around was Seth Griffith) who are having great years for the Huskies. Puempel was on the last year of his deal, so was deemed the most expendable.

Seattle trades Cam Ward and a 2018 7th round pick to Los Angeles for Jeff Zatkoff and a 2018 2nd round pick

Much like the Williams trade, Cam Ward was sent in good faith to a team in contention for a playoff spot. The 2nd round pick was much more valuable to the Navigators, as GMDS now has six picks in the top two rounds (3 firsts, 3 seconds). A 7th round pick in this draft was worth the cost of acquiring a true backup goalie, who will spell James Reimer to finish out the season.

And thus concludes the 2017-18 trade deadline. GM Dan Simpson seems happy with the moves, as he leaves with an extra first round pick plus a good young defenseman without touching much of his future.

Check out soon for the finish of the inaugural season of the Seattle Navigators!
Dynasty: Dsimp13
Seattle Navigators - 4 Months In
(note: I'm trying to speed my way through the inaugural season and get to the TRUE start of an expansion dynasty in my opinion...the offseason into year two. So I'll probably do 4 months, trade deadline, and end of season maybe? Who knows. Thanks for reading anyway!)
So much has happened in the first 4 months of competitive Navigator hockey. Let's see what's been going on in Seattle.


Western Conference

Eastern Conference

The Seattle Navigators are 24-24-2 through the first 50 games. Those 50 points are good for 6th in the division, 4 points out of a playoff spot. The team started hot, taking 7 of a possible 12 points in the first 6 games, then faded as the games drew on. While the team was playing middle of the road hockey, GM Dan Simpson kept his eye on the future with transactions, one of which was pretty big.



SEA trades Scott Laughton
FLA trades Jyrki Jokipakka, 2018 4th

D-man Kevan Miller went down with a bruised knee, and GMDS seeing the lack of NHL caliber defensemen went out and snagged a solid 7th defender Jokipakka. Not a beautiful trade, but the 4th helps and Jokipakka, Miller, and Stephen Johns look to hold down the back end of the D corps.

SEA trades Jonas Brodin, 2018 4th rounder
TOR trades 2018 1st, 2018 2nd

Brodin had been struggling at the blue line for the Navs. Not that he was the only one (as you can see in the stats, every single defensemen is a minus after 50 games), but was the player not named Sami Vatanen & Justin Schultz with the most trade value. Prior to the season, the ownership sat GMDS down and went over goals, and the primary one was to have four picks in the first two rounds of the 2018 draft, and this trade accomplishes that goal.

They should both be late round picks, as Toronto leads the Atlantic Division at the 50 game mark, but 1st rounders are 1st rounders (2nd rounders aren't too shabby, either). There is still the chance of using picks as trade bait, especially after this next trade:

SEA trades Philipp Grubauer, Aleksi Saarela, 2018 4th
DAL trades Esa Landell, Max Lagace, 2018 2nd

This trade gives the Navs two 1st rounders and three 2nd rounders, satisfying the ownership's goal while giving GMDS some ammo for a prospective trade. Lindell has been struggling, but has top 4 upside and will play alongside Calvin de Haan in that second pairing. He will have the ability to showcase his skills with Liljegren, Joseph, and Ricci in the pipeline for the near future.


RW Pontus Aberg, from Nashville
An RFA at the beginning of the season, GMDS offered a contract but the Predators matched. Having a disappointing year, but Simpson likes the upside and he will play top minutes in CT for the AHL club.

D Scott Harrington, from Columbus
Defense depth, nothing more.


At the end of the day, with a plethora of picks going into what should be a pretty good draft, the Navs are on a decent path. The team also has some possibilities (Mark Letestu is a great example) of having forward depth to offer contenders at the deadline.

League Leaders

Stay tuned!
Dynasty: Dsimp13
Tonight is the night. Thursday, October 12, 2018. The Seattle Navigators are playing their first regular season game.

The day before, the locker room gathered together and decided to go with three alternate captains. Calle Jarnkrok, Justin Williams, and Sami Vatanen were given the honor and would lead the team against the Hurricanes the next night.

Puck dropped, and hockey was played.

Seattle Navigators at Carolina Hurricanes
Oct 12, 2017123F
SEA (1-0-0)1113
CAR (0-1-0)1102
Three Stars
Sami Vatanen, D
1G, 1A
Devante Smith-Pelly
Elias Lindholm
Team Stats Comparison
Shots on Goal2123
Faceoffs Won-Lost7-1010-7
Penalty Minutes00
Power Plays Converted00
Power Play Opportunities00
Time on Attack8:565:28
Scoring Summary
CARValentin Zykov (1) (J. McClement, L. Ferraro)
SEAMatt Nieto (1) (A. Burmistrov)
CARElias Lindholm (1) (Unassisted)
SEASami Vatanen (1) (A. Anisimov, C. Jarnkrok)
SEADevante Smith-Pelly (1) (S. Vatanen, J. Schultz)

And what a win it was! A very back and forth game, with Devante Smith-Pelly netting the winning goal with under five minutes remaining. Seattle played a fast game, forechecking the Hurricane defenders whenever they could. Not the perfect game, as the defense struggled a bit and offense was disjointed at times, but a good win nonetheless. On to Los Angeles!
Dynasty: Dsimp13
Wednesday, March 14, 2018
02:57 PM - March 14, 2018. Written by millertime98
Sent down:
Neidert, Rogers,

Spring stats:
Rivera .357 / Hinshaw .333 / Mallex .270
Lewis .253 / Schnell .200 / Lee .148
Kato 0.96, 9k, 9ip / Garrett 2.53, 28k 27 ip
Cloud 3.52, 12k 7ip / Neidert 1-7, 8.91
Rogers 6.92

LAD Grandal 2 months
CLE SP Salazar 3 months

Added to 40:
Neidert / Garrett / Rogers / Feller
7 top 50:
Rf Lewis (2) / 3B Schnell (3) / SP Garrett (10)
Sp Rogers (11) / Sp Neidert (20) /
CP Cloud (40) / CP Rosales (49)

CHW (5) SD (4)

I signed FA:
Sp Gary Kenny -21-70-C 2/3 options used (0-4, 5.03 in 48 ip DET) 1 yr $610K
Resigned Nicolino 1 yr $2M
SP Ramon Guzman 21-58-C1 yr $60K
2B George Underwood $60K
3B Bruce Karnitz $510K
2B Luke Reyes $60K
Cf Joaquin Oliveros $70K

- The point of 30 team control is to make sure no crazy trades or FA happen so I'm going to have to step in with some of these and rectify some rosters. This is going into year 4 and SD, CHW, CIN, OAK, still suck.

King Felix -> WAS 3yr %38.7M
Wacha -> NYY 6yr $87 ($99?)M
Rendon (3B) -> BOS 5yr $69M
Matt Moore -> STL 4yr $41M
Justin Turner -> LAA 3yr $30M
Marte -> KC 5yr $56M
Corey Dickerson -> LAA 3yr $30M
Lowrie -> NYM 2yr $7M (by me, good fit)
Eaton-> NYY 4yr $42M
Ozuna-> MIN 4yr $34M

- NYY keeps signing OF, I need to do something about it. They have Stanton, JD Martinez, Judge, Maybin, Gomez, Eaton, Frazier. Gomez, Maybin, Judge in final yr. Judge hit just .219 last year and is on their trade block. He might be someone to jump start a rebuild.
Teams in need: SF, SD, AZ, TEX, CHW
- I'll probably deal Maybin and Judge since they are $9-10M

I finally made the Mallex Smith deal. He won his arbitration for $4.2M so I looked at what they needed and what they have. They are only seeking a 2B and with Smith they have several OF including several CF who are either vets that are locked up or young studs so it was a legit move for them. They put him on the trading block for 2 years and there was no real glaring need for anyone at the deadline.

I did a trade search from TB pov on "all" and MIA offered:
1. 3B prospect Jacobsen + Kolek + Riddle
2. Jalin Garcia + 1B Rodriguez + CF Thomas Jones
3. LF Murillo + SP Urena + RP Givens

Since they need a 2B/inf I signed Dietrich to include in the deal for money purposes and to fill their need.
I offer: Dietrich + Sierra + Kolek + LF Hinshaw for Smith and another player.
They respond with yes to the first three guys but balk at Hinshaw due to his missing most of last season after an injury (in one sim he retired).
TB comes back with LF Hood 28-76-B. I agree to part with him but need more in return. After some negotiation it comes down to this:

TB GETS: Dietrich, Sierra, Kolek, Hood
MIA GETS: Smith, 1B Brito 19-56-C + C Nick Ciuffo 25-66-B

TB Says: "We feel like we got younger and more talented. We got 4 MLB ready players under control for several years. We got one of the best young LH pitchers, replaced OF speed with OF speed and youth with power and improved our present and our future. Obviously, you never want to part with young talent like Mallex but it was clear it wasn't going to work out here. We tried to do what was best for both him and us. We had to pounce on this offer rather than wait for something similar in season. You never know what you could have gotten had he done good things for us this season but we didn't want to risk it when we had an offer on the table.
With Kolek we got a top young lefty who is ready to break out. In the OF we replaced a talent with a vet and a prospect and both have speed. Sierra is a top level talent that we fell will put it together here. In Hood we got a vet who can run and catch as well as hit for power and average and the ceiling is very high for both. We think both could be there for us on opening day.
With Dietrich we needed to have some veteran utility help in the infield and he can do it all. He doesn't miss a beat no matter where he plays and we think he'll play everywhere for us.

We gave up a lot but we feel we got a great mix of proven talent and high ceiling prospects to go with them. This sets our club up to compete much longer than if we let Mallex go in free agency.

MIA says:
We game up a lot of talent but we feel like Mallex is our future in the OF. We've had our eyes on him for a long time. He is someone we felt could lead off fo us and we can plug right in to to CF and not have to worry about that position for a while. Perhaps the biggest thing was that he can chase down a lot of balls in this park and we are going to need that behind our young staff. We think we really got the best CF in the game and that wasn't something we were going to pass up.

Gammons: This is a deal MIA has tried to make for 2 years. They really wanted Mallex Smith in their CF and leadoff spots going into the 2018 season. He was a key to their rebuild plans and it was just a matter of time before they got him. People in the game think the price was steep but I'm told that the Miami front office feel like they got a steal and when you add in a useful catcher and possible future 1B in Brito it was highway robbery.

11/20 - 2-13
- I didn't have to add anyone to the 40 man as nobody was eligible for the Rule 5.
- I didn't offer arbitration to Nicolino or Dietrich making them FA
- No player's available in the Rule 5
- I didn't sign any FA yet as I'm waiting out Mallex Smith who was offered arbitration

- Next up is the choice of Mallex Smith and Free Agent adjustments.

- I released several players for each team. I think it's not as easy for me to rebuild if each team has only C and above guys (except recent draft picks or roster fillers). I will try to update the rosters before arbitration, before the 40 man and after spring training.

-CP Severino Gonzalez 27-73-C he had a 4.40 era with just 43k in 60 ip, not to mention we we have two CP draft picks coming up not to mention Ellison was outstanding last season
-SP Conley 29-75-C despite 3 years of arbitration he went 4-18 with a 4.12 and we need to start giving reps to the young guys.
-SP Kickham 31-69-C no good
-2B Yadiel Rivera. LF Dean. CF Perez, RP Lobstein

-I decided to offer vets 1B Rodriguez 25-69-C because I don't have a lot of 1B depth other than Dietrich and other secondary position players / 2B Hernan Perez 29-76-C (acquired from DET via trade) because he can play 3B/SS/OF and he did hit .250 with 13 hr. He can take over for Riddle if we deal him or can mentor Chavis (?) /
2B Yarbrough 28-70-C plays 1B/3B/SS, he is versatile and cheap.
keeping in mind that I can cut some of these guys in spring training or deal them to contenders or to replace a too early brought up prospect.

-The Mallex Smith situation is intriguing. On a sim TB offered arbitration. I can't decide if I want to make TB not do this, let them do it then trade him to either us or see if someone else REALLY needs him. I have been eyeing him and had a target on him for 2 years now. TB has tried to deal him for 2 years. I'd think they'd just mutually part ways, especially since my understanding is that a player has to apply for arbitration. TO BE CONTINUED...

- Our big contract decisions this off season will be 3B Deitrich and SP Nicolino. Dietrich is 30-78-C hit .278 with 11 hr last season and is declining. He plays 1B/2B/LF so that is a plus. If we keep him it will be because of his versatility and to help the young guys. We have 5 other 3B we are bringing back including Schnell, a top prospect who we hope will be starting opening day (only plays 3B).
-The only reason to bring him back is to trade him, which I would have done in the past. One option is to sign him in arbitration, let TB sign Mallex Smith in arbitration and swap them if they need him and maybe a prospect.
- Nicolino is 28-73-C, he went 11-10 with a 3.57 and is LH but we might need to move to youth. As of 11/15 we have just 2 MLB players in our rotation that has any experience (Urena, Garcia). We could move up Alcantara, Kolek and either Peters (28-47-B) or another prospect like Neidert, Rogers etc. This could be a situation where I let Nicolino go after arbitration and if nobody signs him, bring him back and see how spring goes.
Dynasty: millertime98

After an eventful 2017 NHL Draft, Seattle Navigators GM Dan Simpson set his sights on his existing roster. GMDS had 11 expiring contracts to deal with, not to mention the free agent market.

Simpson wasted no time, and on the first day of the re-sign period offered contracts to every player.

The scouting team met with the head coach and GM, and Seattle reached a decision to let each draft pick play one more year in juniors. The thought behind it was that the farm system was too raw to let the picks play with more appropriate line-mates, and risk impeding growth. They will re-evaluate next season.

The two UFAs, Cody Franson and Matt Cullen, were both skeptical about playing for an upstart expansion team, and had let their agents know to inform the GM. Simpson offered Cullen $2m over 2 years, up from the $1.7 number the player was hoping for. Cullen accepted, and changed his view from "win now" to helping the Navs get on the track to success. Franson received the exact offer his agent mentioned, $1.825m over 2 years, but both sides agreed that he would be better off hitting the open market.

There were 9 different RFAs up, and each received offers. In this group, GMDS locked in one of his top 4 defenseman (de Haan, 3/$4.125), backup goalie (Grubauer, 2/$2.825), among other upstart players.

Matt Cullen - 2/$2m
Calvin de Haan - 3/$4.125
Ryan Dzingel - 2/$1.725
Alex Burmistrov - 2/$0.950
Scott Laughton - 1/$1.175
Matt Nieto - 2/$0.850 (2 Way)
Reid Boucher - 2/$0.875 (2 Way)
Seth Griffin - 2/$0.900 (2 Way)
Ville Pokka - 1/$0.750 (2 Way)

While Seattle wasn't in the market for any of the big free agents, there were definitely some holes on the roster that needed filled.

After trading Martinez, Coburn, and Myers, there was an opening in the top 4. GMDS filled that spot by nabbing Justin Schultz for $4.9m over 3 years. He had to juice the contract a bit to outspend a few other teams, but in the end he got his man.

One big need was top 6 depth, so GMDS looked to find a reliable winger without breaking the bank or making a long-term commitment. The answer he found was in RW Justin Williams, Mr. Game 7 himself. Even at age 36, Williams can hopefully continue to contribute at a moderate level, and said yes to the contract offer of $4m over 2 years.

Now that two voids were filled on the big club, Simpson needed to look at his minor league squad, the Connecticut Huskies.

Looking out for young, raw talent who would be okay playing for cheap, GMDS took a flyer on seven guys.

Two centers were acquired, Antti Suomela and Aleksi Saarela. Saarela had interest from a plethora of other teams, but eventually signed a 1 year, $925,000 deal to play for the Huskies. Hopefully these guys can prove themselves to be productive options down the middle.

On the wings, the Navs picked up Ty Rattie and Jacob de la Rose, two okay prospects. The hope is that a change of scenery and some decent minutes in the AHL can help these two grow.

Three defensemen were signed, Jarred Tinordi, Jordan Oesterle, and Johannes Johannesen.

The preseason went about as well as could be expected, with wins and losses not really taken seriously by the ownership. Instead, the Navs looked to build some chemistry and get everyone working together, thus keeping the same roster for the entirety of the preseason. The stats are below:


With bated breath, the Seattle Navigators are as ready to go for the inaugural season, going with the depth chart below:
Dynasty: Dsimp13
Sunday, March 11, 2018
"And with the 5th pick of the 2017 Draft, the Seattle Navigators select..."

Navs GM Dan Simpson went into the 2017 NHL Draft with a tough task...how can he improve the team as much as he can, without sacrificing the future? Well it was an eventful first round to say the least.

Keeping one eye on what rival Vegas was doing, GMDS swung two big deals in the first round that he hopes will be enough reward for the risk.

Seattle sent D-man Alec Martinez to the Boston Bruins for the 19th overall pick, but the biggest move saw the defensemen Tyler Myers and Brayden Coburn, along with the Navs 4th round pick, to Chicago for the Blackhawks' center Artem Anisimov and the 27th overall pick.

Seattle retained $3.35 million in the deal ($1.5m for Myers and $1.85m for Coburn), plus adding Anismov's $4.550m contract that runs through the 2021-22 season. When asked after the deal was official, GMDS was cautiously optimistic about the trade, saying "Anisimov is a legitimate top 6 centerman, and it was big for us to snag that third 1st round selection. We have a ton of cap space, so we'll just have to see what happens. I'm still just excited that the guy we wanted at 5 landed in our lap!"

Simpson was referring to the 5th overall selection Elias Pettersson. Sources say he was working the phones trying to bump to the 4th spot to pick him, and had just about given up hope when the Canucks denied offer after offer.

Also, the Navs were ecstatic that the man they wanted with the 35th pick in round 2 was still there, defenseman Timothy Liljegrin. Adding this talented (Low Elite) player eased the pain of losing two veteran d-men in the Blackhawks deal.

Here are the results for the rest of the draft:
Seattle Navigators 2017 Draft
1 (5)Seattle NavigatorsElias PetterssonC6'2"161
1 (19)Seattle Navigators (from Boston Bruins)Pierre-Olivier JosephD6'0"150
1 (27)Seattle Navigators (from Chicago Blackhawks)Nick HenryRW6'0" 190
2 (35)Seattle NavigatorsTimothy LiljegrenD5'11"198
3 (67)Seattle NavigatorsPavel KoltyginLW6'0"192
5 (131)Seattle NavigatorsMatthew RicciD6'3"198
6 (163)Seattle NavigatorsVladimir KolosovLW6'1"193
7 (195)Seattle NavigatorsRadek KoblizekRW5'9"160

Now, GMDS has his attention turned to the re-sign phase of the offseason, where he has 11 contracts expiring. Stay tuned!

Dynasty Notes
Dynasty: Dsimp13
I should have added this to my initial post, but here are some dynasty notes...
The first season will be a rough one, as the team is not very strong, so I will simulate a little more than normal. I will try to post updates each month, plus big season happenings as I go. Once I get the first year behind me, I will play probably 2/3 games a month, mostly big division games. The playoffs I have always played every other game, and each elimination game. I will more than likely continue that here. That's about all the housekeeping I needed to get in, so on with the show!

Following both the instant fan support of the Vegas Golden Knights and the divisional alignment issues that came with it, NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman has negotiated with an ownership group the fast track of a 32nd NHL franchise, the Seattle Navigators!

With this move, the Calgary Flames have relocated to the Central Division, and the Navs will take their spot in the Pacific...this aligns the geography a bit, plus adds some rivalry between the new expansion teams.

Their jersey scheme is blue and black, with white/gold trim. The alternate tries to inspire the image of waves that true navigators must handle.
(Images are underneath the spoiler tag)

Although their team is behind the 8 ball, unable to swing moves to stock picks in the upcoming draft like Vegas, plus having the talent pool scoured a bit, the Seattle ownership team has put faith and confidence in new GM Dan Simpson to lead this team to success. It all begins with the expansion draft...

While Vegas had the pomp and circumstance of the team announcement at the NHL Awards, GMDS has quietly faxed his roster into league offices for approval. The team looks as follows:

NHL Expansion Draft - Seattle Navigators
1Anaheim DucksSami VatanenD5'10"183
2Arizona CoyotesAlex BurmistrovLW6'1"180
3Boston BruinsKevan MillerD6'2"210
4Buffalo SabresCody FransonD6'5"224
5 Calgary FlamesMatt StajanC6'1"195
6Carolina HurricanesCam WardG6'1"185
7Chicago BlackhawksVille PokkaD6'0"213
8Colorado AvalancheMatt NietoLW5'11"190
9Columbus Blue JacketsJoonas KorpisaloG6'3"190
10Dallas StarsStephen JohnsD6'4"230
11Detroit Red WingsLuke GlendeningRW5'11"199
12Edmonton OilersMark LetestuC5'10"197
13Florida PanthersJames ReimerG6'2"217
14Los Angeles KingsAlec MartinezD6'1"212
15Minnesota WildJonas BrodinD6'1"193
16Montreal CanadiensPhillip DanaultC6'1"193
17New York IslandersCalvin de HaanD6'1"197
18New York RangersMatt PuempelLW6'2"204
19Nashville PredatorsCalle JarnkrokLW5'11"186
20New Jersey DevilsDevante Smith-PellyRW6'0"214
21Ottawa SenatorsRyan DzingelC6'0"190
22Philadelphia FlyersMatt LaughtonLW6'1"190
23Pittsburgh PenguinsMatt CullenC6'1"200
24San Jose SharksMelker KarlssonC6'0"180
25St. Louis BluesDmitrij JaskinLW6'2"217
26Tampa Bay LightningBraydon CoburnD6'5"223
27Toronto Maple LeafsSeth GriffithRW5'9"191
28Vancouver CanucksReid BoucherLW5'10"195
29Washington CapitalsPhilipp GrubauerG6'1"182
30Winnipeg JetsTyler MyersD6'8"229

The selections weren't the most attractive, a whole lot of 3rd liners, some with a bit more potential than others.

There isn't a real standout in the bunch. Danault, Karlsson, and Dzingel could all vie for the chance to hold down the third and fourth lines, with possibility of moving up the lineup. Letestu can add some experience and versatility, while Cullen is coming off back to back Stanley Cups in which he played a decent sized role, and can still produce at age 40. Hopefully keeping his minutes down can extend his career a bit enough to help the youngsters grow.

More of the same, just middle of the lineup talent. Puempel will start the year in CT where he can play top line AHL minutes to get experience in. Jarnkrok is playing on a great contract (5 years, $2 million), and both Jaskin and Boucher will hopefully grow a bit.

GMDS has some faith that his LW core can play both sides of the ice, as he went with only three RWs. Glendening will be a very cheap and serviceable 4th liner/depth guy, as his contract is very team friendly at $1.8 million for each of the next 4 years. Smith-Pelly will compete for a third line role for years to come, and Griffith can hopefully tap into some potential if he is managed correctly.

Vatanen and Brodin are the highlights here, with Coburn and de Haan chipping in to flesh out the top 4. Alec Martinez, Tyler Myers, and Cody Franson were three guys that can hopefully be flipped for some picks at the draft, as they don't really fit with the Navs' slow build scheme. Miller & Johns are a very decent third pairing/7th defensemen options, and Pokka will play in the AHL to try to get as much playing time as possible.

Korpisalo will be groomed to be the goalie of the future, with the hope that Cam Ward and either Reimer or Grubauer (GMDS will try to flip one of the two to a goalie-needing team) can service the NHL squad while Korpisalo gets starters minutes in the AHL.

This team isn't pretty, but hopefully GMDS can gain some picks out of a few players at the NHL Draft, and then maybe as the deadline nears and contenders are looking for depth pieces.

The Navigators don't have any real strengths at a particular position (other than goalie), so the strategy heading into the draft will be taking the best players available.
Dynasty: Dsimp13
I have been a lurker for years on this site, just excited to know that there are people just like me that enjoy the depth and immersion of NHL franchises. LeafsFan31's NHL14 Mario Lemieux dynasty literally changed the way I created franchises. Sure, I loved to play as my Penguins every once and a while, but I always came back to the idea of "expansion" and LeafsFan31's method of picking players.

In 2016 I finally got a real account to the site, with the plans of creating my own dynasty at last. For what ever reason, I never got around to it.

Until now.

With the ability to create a 32nd expansion team (albeit a flawed and frustrating system...be prepared to suck for a bit unless you go above and beyond with trades), I have decided to throw my hat in the ring and fire up a dynasty.

It's been years since the NHL series has had a decent way to track GM progress and history, so I figured that I might as well do this for myself, and maybe pick up some tips from people like me. So without further ado, I give to you...

Dynasty: Dsimp13
Wednesday, March 7, 2018
03:05 PM - March 7, 2018. Written by millertime98
Anatomy of A Deal: How Tampa Won the Mallex Smith Trade
Erik Neander ignores the constant buzzing from his phone. The GM of the Tampa Bay Rays weeds through pages and pages of stats on his iPad as he walks on the treadmill. MLB Network is on in the background but he isn't really watching it. his eyes are fixed on the stats he's scrolling through of Chicago White Sox prospects. Neander might be the most popular GM right now and his phone probably won't stop buzzing until the trade deadline ends in August. Neander has several players that other teams crave. Most notably is starters Archer and Cobb. They are both at the end of deals and the Rays will not be able to pay them the money they will demand.

The White Sox are looking to make a splash and turn their now 4 years long rebuild into a contender and they think the Rays have the players to help them do that. Neander wants to be prepared for when the White Sox make an offer or even inquire about one of his guys, he is ready to counter with the right fit for his team.
"We don't want to have to go through a long and painful rebuild. Nobody does. So we are trying to go abput this the right way." He says. The right way was offering arbitration to a few players who were on the market but the right deal wasn't presented.

Across the state Dan Kantrovitz, the GM of the Marlins, is waiting for the room service to show up at his hotel door as he scrolls his phone looking for a place to have dinner with his family. He says he doesn't care that he hasn't eaten lunch, he is always thinking about what's next. That is proven obvious when you see his office back in Miami.

On the wall facing his desk is a floor to cieling white board that Kantrovitz had installed. Before the drills had stopped putting in the screws he began to write on it the names of his projected lineups for years to come. Kantrovitz took over as GM in 2017 and immeidately began working on 2018 while also building for 2019 and 2020. Now, we've arrived at 2020 and he shows me the board from the day he took over. "The first thing I tried to do was trade for Mallex Smith". Smith is the CF for Tampa and was recently awarded salary arbitration of $4.2M for 2020. "I think if we'd have had him from day one we'd have been better but we'd have locked him up and the fans would have a better understanding of our future."

Krantrovitz is enamoured with Smith's speed and ability to get on base. "But I love how he tracks the ball in CF," he says, " He takes great routes." This is of particular importance to Kantrovitz because he knew, even then, that he would have a very young staff by this point and the ball will be in play. Not to mention the spacious outfield in Marlins Park, and the fact that Smith is a Florida native.

Smith is in a crowded outfield in Tampa and he knows his time is limited there due to those players all having longer term deals. Behind them are very talented, and cheap, prospects that Tampa would be willing to give a shot.

Krantrovitz pours over his prospects knowing Nealander is going to ask for the moon. Kantrovitz has built the berst farm system in the game with savvy srafting and heady trades. The price of that, especially having spent time with Billy Beane in Oakland, is that teams start to get hesistant to trade because they feel like they are getting the short end of the stick with each transaction.

Finally, the Kantrovitz makes the call. it's one he's made to Neander several times inquiring about Smith's availability. Right away Neander asks for 2 A's and 1 B. This is way too much and both guys know it. Kantrovitz counters with CF Thomas Jones and two young pitchers but Neander balks. "I need at least two vets and a prospect" He counters. The two go back and forth for two hours. It's just getting started.

At one point both agree to take a break. Regroup. Let's get back to this in the morning with the gentleman's agreement that neither would make a deal with another club before they spoke again.

45 minutes later, Neander calls back. He requests a player outside of the Marlins top 10 and two MLB ready players. Kantrovitz takes a look at the Tampa roster and sees a hole. Tampa needs infielders. After some back and forth Neander finally agrees on taking an unspecefied Marlin infielder but before he makes the call to inform Kantrovitz of his decision he gets a phone call from the Miami GM:
Neander hold the phone away from his mouth and mouths the name "Dietrich" to his assistant GM and pumps his fist. Last night they agreed on LF Hinshaw, a vet who has power but injury problems (he missed most of last season). Dietrich is in his prime at 30 and can play multiple positions, something Neander loves. What he doesn't love is Hinshaw's history. After going back and forth on his health Kantrovitz finally caves and offers his starting LF Hood. He is just 28 and has power and is a good glove. Neander convinced Kantravitz that it was not neccessary to have both Hood and Smith in the OF. "I'm living in this state and hearing how I rebuilt your team for you!" he yells into the phone. Kantravitz conceids. At this point it is Smith for Dietrich and hood but Neander isn't done.

"I need starting depth" he says and that's when Kantravitz's heart sinks. He knows he has to part with a prospect now. He is willing to bend, a lot, because he wants Smith. The toughest part of a GM's job in this scenario is how far are you willing to go once you have your heart set on a player. The player that Neander is set on is Kolek, a left handed starting pitcher that got 3 starts for the Marlins in late September after going 14-9 with a 3.14 era in AAA. Kolek is the kind of pitcher that could step into Tampa's rotation to replace Cobb whenever he departs. He has the ability to be a 3rd starter in the bigs for several years but could easily develop into an ace. This is a big chip.

"If I give you Kolek I need more in return." Kantravitz knows giving up a young lefty like Kolek is a risk. He is someone the fan base has been eyeing to be the base of the rebuild. It will be hard sell and even though he has been in love with Smith even he knows he isn't exactly billboard material for season ticket holders. Guys that get in base and take great routes to flyballs don't make the phones light up.

Neander knows he can't fleece Kantravitz. But he tries when asks for 3B Jacobsen and either Garcia or Urena in exchange for C Cuiffo. Cuiffo is a solid catching prospect but likely will never be Pudge Rodriguez. Kantravitz comes back with Kolek, and either CF Thomas Jones or Magnerius Sierra but he wants Brito. Neander doesn't even recognize the name when it's mentioned. He takes it to his assistant and quickly it is decided that he is an easy throw in. This is a classic move by GMs, ask for the moon and you might get a few stars. In this case the future stars are Sierra, a once considered top prospect by St Louis whom Kantravitz was lauded for when he stole him in the Ozuna deal.

In the end, the Rays get a starting LF in Hood, a starting INF and utility guy in Dietrich, both of whom are good hitters, a prized prospect in Kolek and a really good prospect in Sierra.

The Marlins pick up Smith, a young player they are going to have to fork over a lot of money to keep more than one season, and two iffy prospects who weren't in the Rays top 30 prospects.

The Rays may have been in rebuilding mode at 10 am this morning, by noon they had found a way to possibly compete the next few seasons while grooming their prospects. They stole this trade big time. Kantravitz's time may be limited in South Beach if he mortgages the future with trades like these.

Buster Olney
The Marlins and Rays don't make too many trades between the clubs. The last time was in January of 2017 when Miami sent their slick fielding shortstop Hechavarria to Tampa for pitcher Ethan clark (released) and a little known at the time prospect, OF Braxton Lee. Lee was not a top 30 prospect for the Rays but quickly progressed with Miami and was headed to next month's spring training as a contender for the CF role this season.

That all changed late last night when the Rays agreed to send Mallex Smith and two prospects to the Marlins for a mix of potential and proven players.
The Rays got current players LF Hood and the versatile INF Dietrich as well as future MLB players CF Sierra and LHSP Kolek. The latter was a bit of a surprise as Kolek was slated to compete for the 4th or 5th spot in the Marlins rotation. However, the Marlins were forced to include him or risk the deal falling through:

"We knew we had to include one of our young guys who were on the cusp of making our big club. We didn't get the guys we wanted without including one. Kolek was high on their list but we still didn't have to part with any of of our top 4 SP."

Kolek was rated by Baseball America as the 8th best Marlins prospect. For Tampa he is their 3rd. However, he will likely graduated quickly as the Rays are set to start dealing Archer and Cobb.

The Marlins also parted with Cf Sierra, oneof the most tantilizing prospects in baseball. He posseses incredible speed and has 4 MLB level tools. He also has yet to make the leap though many feel like he is ready to if given the at bats. Tampa sees him as a long term project:

"He is talented and we're not going to rush him. However, if he is ready we will certainly give him the opportunity."
One of the reasons the Rays were willing to part with Mallex Smith is that they have a crowded OF and wanted to set themselves up for the future when those contracts expire. Miami was in the exact opposite position.

"We needed to establish ourselves as a place where people want to come play and a lot of times that takes a big move in free agency or via trade that says we're for real. Getting Mallex is a big step in the right direction."

The Marlins knew they needed an established player for this season but also for the future. Hood was not a long term Marlin as there are several young players who could fill out the RF and LF positions but the Marlins were interested in getting a bona fide lead off hitter and center fielder to road the outfield and help the young arms of the staff. They got their man.

Jayson Stark
Marlins Offseason is Intriguing
On July 31, the Marlins were a good week away from being a serious threat in NL Wild Card race. The fans were clamouring for a winner and wanted the front office to make a deal to get a stud player or two to make a run. The Marlins instead dealt O'Grady to CLE, capitolizing on a weak market for LHSP while having the best LHSP under multi year control. While the return will take years to decide if it was a good deal, the decision was the right one. The Marlins have baseball's best minor league system that is stacked with potential. Eventually, you have to decide what you have and that time is very soon if not now for Miami.

Moving forward the Marlins have a bright future. Their projected rotation:
and their lineup:
1B Cooper/Rodriguez
2B Yarborough
SS Chavis
3B Dietrich/Schnell
LF Dean
CF Lee
RF Lewis

IF they decide to go young. The offseason could be a big one for Miami. Do they go after some free agents? Perhaps a long term deal for a native like CF Mallex Smith? The could pair him with Lewis and some other young players and have their best OF since the Yelich, Stanton, Ozuna group. While this one would have less power they would have more speed and get one base more.

Will they pursue a vet pitcher to mentor the young arms? Or will they decide to bring back Lobstein, Mikrham, etc to add depth and keep an eye on the kids?

Do the Marlins go all in with the young arms, the young position plyers or both? If they make the move in the rotation you'd think they'd try to have some vets in the field behind them to keep them calm and settled. However, building a winner together by struggling together could also build a winning clubhouse. Either way, while I don't see the Marlins competing in 2020, I see them finding out what they have in their system.

Keith Law
July 31, 2019
I'm hearing a lot of talk about the Marlins dealing as many as three of their starters. Even Miami fans wouldn't take a team being 5 gb of the playoffs and dealing 3/5 of their rotation. I just don't see it happening. Howeever, I do think they'll ship out one of their LHSP. There is a major market for lefties right now and TB may be keeping Cobb. Those are the only options on the table for teams at this point. I see the Marlins trying to deal O'Grady or Nicolino in the next few hours but the question will be what they can get for either one. These days teams can ask a hefty price for players that are controlled for multiple years and O'Grady has 4-6 years of control at just 29 yrs old. Eventually, he could see work in the bullpen in the later years but I a deal for a LHSP for someone like Cleveland would be a better haul in return than you'd think.

Peter Gammons
July 30, 2019
When the new ownership group took over in Miami everyone expected them to be saved by hero Derek Jeter. He was going to do things the right way as he did in his playing days. Then, the team let go every single member of the front office other than GM ___. Next came the fact the some of them weren't notified properly and in one case in the hospital.
Finally, came the the departures of an entire youthful and talented outfield in Stanton (conspicuously to Jeter's former team), Ozuna and finally Yellich. The team had dealt away all of their money making players and the fans assumed it was another "believe in us and our 5 year plan" type of rebuild. But, Jeter refused to let anyone use the term REbuild insisting on "build", and his role became more apparent: he wasn't THE owner, he is a minority part owner. The big head honchos wanted someone else to come in and handle the GM duties.
This is when they brought in ____
He has made some deals that have been aggressive and while he maintains Jeter's build philosophy he has had to tear is down to build it up. This is where the 2019 Marlins at the deadline come to a pass. They are in the third year of the build and no idea they would be within 5 games of a playoff spot and over .500 at the deadline this quickly. The question remains: will the stick to the plan as they promised or will they entertain offers. As of this moment they have one very big commodity: a LHSP...

- O'Grady is interesting. he is 7-7, 3.39 and has 4 more years of control. This would be a big deal if MIA let him go. They would essentially be throwing in the towel on this season and signalling a move to the future. They'd assuredly bring up a young arm and give up on this year's race. 5 games in the WC is not that much to make up but I believe the Marlins realize that even if they made it to the post season as a second WC, they don't have what it takes to win it all. So, do they hope O'Grady can have a big year next season as the vet to a young staff and then deal him for something? Or do they forego his 4 years of control and strike while the iron is hot and try to improve the club with a few players? A team like CLE who has no LH would probably overpay for someone who is 28, LH and 4 years left.

- CLE offers SP Casto, CF Holmes, RP Mirando, RP Torres and says for us to pick 2. As of now I'd take Toress and Holmes but a lot of work is yet to be done on this deal.

If the Marlins make the move and risk losing the fan base, they would likely bring up ___ who is in AAA and ____

Ken Rosenthal
The Marlins off season was one of great depletion. They went from at one point possibly being in the mix for one or two free agent pitchers to suddenly disclosing their financial problems, selling their best players for pennies on the dollar and then having to explain to their fans why they should come out and support a franchise in their third rebuilding process in just their 25th year of existence. Obviously, the first few years of the franchise as an expansion team they were figuring things out. Then, they bought a ton of players in '97 and won it all before their first rebuild.
After the sell off of '98 fans were not quick to return to Miami. Then, in 2003 they returned to the post season as a wild card and made an improbable return to the winner's circle.

While not as drastic, the sell off of players such as Miguel Cabrera and Josh Beckett were still dramatic and franchise altering. However, with a new ball park, a top young pitcher in Jose Fernandez, a top young power hitter in Giancarlo Stanton and the a few free agent signees like Dee Gordon, the team was ready to compete again.
They were just on the outside looking in when Fernandez passed and they recovered rather quickly from that devastation to be relatively competitive in 2017.
However, the sell off was on and the team is now being forced to ask the fans to trust the process as they enter another rebuilding phase.

"I don't have a typical 5 year plan" new part owner Derek Jeter said shortly after taking over. However, the "5 year plan" has been brought up several times by others in the front office and after trading Stanton, Gordon, Ozuna and others, Jeter handed over the full time GM duties to
Dynasty: millertime98
Tuesday, March 6, 2018
Portland Trailblazers at Los Angeles Lakers
Portland (Me)2424291820115
Los Angeles (CPU)2526192515110
Portland Trailblazers
Damian Lillard, PG4413/303/118/86601337
C.J. McCollum, SG435/164/72/24400316
Evan Turner, SF223/71/32/2541119
Al-Farouq Aminu, PF372/70/15/61101109
Jusuf Nurkic, C348/130/04/521201120
Shabazz Napier, PG322/82/74/41610110
Pat Connaughton, SG201/61/50/0110013
Ed Davis, C181/30/02/21110124
Meyers Leonard, C102/21/10/0301005
Zach Collins, PF101/20/00/0010012
TEAM TOTALS38/9412/3527/2966254514115
Los Angeles Lakers
Lonzo Ball, PG409/204/110/04310122
Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, SG478/201/90/03420017
Kyle Kuzma, SF4211/255/101/28741228
Julius Randle, PF404/110/01/12140219
Brook Lopez, C254/90/30/01002128
Isaiah Thomas, PG355/192/105/51900117
Ivaca Zubac, C192/50/01/1711225
Travis Wear, PF162/30/00/0211014
Tyler Ennis, PG60/00/00/0010000
TEAM TOTALS45/11212/438/9603011610110
Dynasty: Str8Edge4Life
Saturday, March 3, 2018
10:54 PM - March 3, 2018. Written by thegna4

All-Star Break Update

The New York Knicks currently sit at 28-31 heading into the All-Star break, 2 games back of the Washington Wizards for the 8th and final spot in the Eastern Conference playoffs and 1 game behind the Charlotte Hornets, who sit in 9th at the break.

The Knicks are being led by Kristaps Porzingis, who scores 23.2 points per game and grabs 7.1 rebounds per game. Tim Hardaway Jr. is second on the team in scoring at 15 per game. As a team, the Knicks have struggled mightily on the defensive end of the floor. They rank 28th in points allowed per game.

Kristaps Porzingis was, unsurprisingly, the only Knick selected to the All-Star game.
Dynasty: thegna4
06:42 PM - March 3, 2018. Written by Str8Edge4Life
Minnesota Timberwolves at Utah Jazz
Minnesota (7-6)1531312817122
Utah (9-5)2816332816121
Minnesota Timberwolves
Jeff Teague, PG352/62/54/40520110
Jimmy Butler, SG386/100/23/371000515
Andrew Wiggins, SF4012/231/62/27421527
Taj Gibson, PF345/111/40/07200110
Karl-Anthony Towns, C3811/193/40/020411225
Jamal Crawford, SG208/133/50/01400019
Nemanja Bjelica, PF192/31/20/0122015
Gorgui Dieng, C172/60/00/0421304
Tyus Jones, PG141/50/10/0240012
Aaron Brooks, PG102/30/00/0021004
TEAM TOTALS51/9911/299/949399516122
Utah Jazz
Tony Parker, PG348/171/21/14800318
Donovan Mitchell, SG3811/211/97/75521130
Joe Ingles, SF255/115/90/03630215
Jonas Jerebko, PF352/81/72/2721007
Rudy Gobert, C398/130/01/28326017
Thabo Sefolosha, SF283/81/40/0742017
Ricky Rubio, PG200/80/25/5272045
Ekpe Udoh, C163/40/00/0140106
Alec Burks, SG154/61/10/0410009
Davis Bertans, PF152/21/12/2100017
TEAM TOTALS46/9811/3518/19424012812121
Dynasty: Str8Edge4Life
Minnesota Timberwolves at Golden State Warriors
Nov 8, 20171ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Minnesota (6-5)33123527107
Golden State (8-4)25222629102
Minnesota Timberwolves
Jeff Teague, PG334/60/00/03130028
Jimmy Butler, SG327/161/66/66420121
Andrew Wiggins, SF349/202/40/05311220
Nemanja Bjelica, PF261/20/15/5300137
Karl-Anthony Towns, C3110/200/42/215330322
Taj Gibson, PF252/40/27/88000111
Jamal Crawford, SG192/40/13/3421027
Gorgui Dieng, C170/20/02/2341212
Tyus Jones, PG130/30/24/5111024
Shabazz Muhammad, SF102/40/01/2100005
TEAM TOTALS37/813/2030/3349309417107
Golden State Warriors
Stephen Curry, PG409/224/93/341000425
Patrick McCaw, SG291/50/11/3332033
Kevin Durant, SF3010/182/50/05421222
Draymond Green, PF294/112/50/02720010
Zaza Pachulia, C253/90/01/1611027
Andre Iguodala, SF261/51/20/0481003
Jordan Bell, PF202/60/00/0311104
David West, PF146/60/00/04311112
Omri Casspi, SF144/50/00/0420018
JaVale McGee, C134/90/00/0701108
TEAM TOTALS44/969/225/7423911413102
Dynasty: Str8Edge4Life
05:48 PM - March 3, 2018. Written by thegna4

NEW YORK - This was a hard fought win for a Knicks team that figures to struggle in 2017-18. The Nuggets dominated the 1st quarter and ended up taking a 6 point lead into the halftime break. After an even 3rd quarter, the Knicks stormed back in the 4th behind a monster night by their unicorn, Kristaps Porzingis. After New York got it to within striking distance, it was a back and forth affair until the end of regulation. With 30 seconds left in the 4th, Porzingis made a pass out of a double team to a cutting Enes Kanter for an easy dunk to tie the game, but Nikola Jokic came back with a dime of his own to Wilson Chandler for a layup to give the Nuggets a 2 point lead with just over 20 seconds left. Coming out of the timeout, though, Porzingis answered with a mid range jumper that tied the game and eventually sent it into overtime. The Knicks handled the Nuggets with ease in overtime, leading to a 115-107 win.

Kristaps Porzingis provided the majority of the scoring for New York, dropping 37 points and dishing 7 assists in the process. He hauled in just 2 rebounds, but Enes Kanter picked up the slack, grabbing 17 boards to go along with 18 huge points, including 10 in the last 3 minutes of regulation and overtime. Rookie Frank Ntilikina did his part as well, providing 14 points and 12 assists while running the offense for most of the game.

The Nuggets were paced by, no surprise, Nikola Jokic. Jokic dropped 26 points and 11 rebounds, along with 5 assists. Paul Milsap provided some scoring with 17 points, but he grabbed just 1 rebound and had just 1 assist to go along with the scoring.

Next up for New York: vs. Houston Rockets (4-4)

Denver Nuggets (4-3) at New York Knicks (2-4)
Oct 30, 20171234OTFinal
New York2129213212115
Top Performers
Denver Nuggets
Nikola Jokic - 26 PTS, 11 REB, 5 AST
Paul Milsap - 17 PTS
New York Knicks
Kristaps Porzingis - 37 PTS, 7 AST
Enes Kanter - 18 PTS, 17 REB
Team Stats Comparison
FG Made-Att42-8445-74
3PT Made-Att10-2311-22
FT Made-Att13-1414-17
Denver Nuggets
Jamal Murray445-123-72-22510015
Gary Harris363-72-51-2142029
Wilson Chandler363-70-14-44300010
Paul Milsap317-102-21-11121017
Nikola Jokic3611-203-61-111520026
Will Barton276-120-10-01401012
Trey Lyles201-20-00-0510012
Kenneth Faried155-80-04-44000014
Mason Plumlee111-30-00-0101002
Juan Hernangomez90-30-10-0210000
New York Knicks
Frank Ntilikina375-72-32-421200214
Tim Hardaway Jr.396-113-70-03401115
Courtney Lee364-52-20-03500210
Kristaps Porzingis3613-222-49-92711037
Enes Kanter378-110-12-317102118
Michael Beasley192-51-30-0230115
Trey Burke172-21-11-1140036
Kyle O'Quinn161-20-00-0800102
Emmanuel Mudiay153-60-00-0000006
Troy Williams151-30-10-0220002
Dynasty: thegna4

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