35-Year-Old Right Wing – Free Agent
Matt Bradley Contract Information:
Agreed to terms with the Panthers on a two-year contract in July 2011.
Bradley is out indefinitely with a concussion, the Sun Sentinel reports.
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Bradley posted 11 points (4G, 7A) in 61 games played for the Capitals last season. The grinding veteran right winger should be considered in only the deepest of leagues as he does not possess much fantasy appeal except maybe hits, where he recorded 161 last season.
Bradley is a grinder, who should continue to play on the checking line. He tallied 24 points (10 G, 14 A) during last year’s campaign, despite playing his two-way role. He brings that grit and toughness that the team really needs more of. He has averaged 10 or more points four straight seasons now, but does not have much fantasy value.
Bradley is a grinder, who should continue to play on the checking line. He tallied 11 points (5 G, 6 A) and 59 penalty minutes in 81 games last season, despite playing his two-way role. He has averaged 10 or more points five straight seasons now, but does not have much fantasy value.
Bradley is a grinder, who should continue to play on the checking line alongside Donald Brashear. He tallied 18 points (7 G, 11 A) and a career high 74 penalty minutes in 77 games last season, despite playing his two-way role. He has averaged 10 or more points four straight seasons now, but does not have much fantasy value.
Bradley will occupy a third- or fourth-line role with the Capitals, and you shouldn't count on him for points in 2007-08.
Bradley is a grinder, a third- or fourth-line winger who will be hard-pressed to top his seven goals and 12 assists of 2005-06.
After topping 20 goals in consecutive AHL seasons in the late 90s, the now-27-year-old Bradley filled a checking role with the Sharks and Penguins over the last three seasons. Bradley will likely earn a spot on the Caps' opening day roster, where the dearth of right wing talent could see him end up on a top line, but we bet he'll end up on a checking line again in 2005-06.