Neutral Zone Wrap: To Hab or Hab Not
Neutral Zone Wrap: To Hab or Hab Not

This article is part of our Neutral Zone Wrap series.

Neutral Zone Wrap
Evan Berofsky, RotoWire.com

They say you can't judge a book by its cover. Everyone knows that. What isn't heard as often is the part where you shouldn't make the same assumption after only reading a couple of chapters.

Like literature, the fantasy season should not be determined so quickly. You may have a general idea about your own fate after four weeks but the bigger test is figuring out where others are headed.

Now, we're not suggesting you illegally search out personal information and use it against anyone. But if you know an owner's preferences and tendencies, then you may be able to gain the upper hand in working out a trade. He/she may be partial to a certain team/player, is often influenced by hot/cold streaks, or just tends to be passive in negotiations.

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Evan Berofsky
Evan Berofsky enjoys writing. Seriously. When he’s not trying to shove hockey miscellany down your throat, he gets his kicks playing tournament Scrabble(TM). If you have anything to say about Evan’s work (or need any hot word tips), feel free to contact him at eberofsky@yahoo.com or follow him on Twitter (@evanberofsky).
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