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I will make this short and sweet. The stretch drive is on and categories are tight.
You need to be aggressive to make up ground.
This week, I'm playing in a consolation game after getting knocked out of the quarterfinals in Friends and Family last week. That's why I dropped Tyson Barrie, the fifth leading scorer from the blueline, for Anthony Duclair.
I needed more offensive power. Edmonton had just two games this week.
Bu-bye, Barrie. You can't help me on my bench.
And Sunday morning, I will dump three guys that aren't playing that day, no matter who they are. So I can add guys that will let me make a run at goalie points and SOG. Period.
I am finishing with a win and those two will secure my current lead.
So get ruthless. Close only counts in horseshoes and hand grenades, or so said Jim Kaat, perhaps the best-fielding pitcher in MLB history.
You either go for it and win. Or simply lose.
Let's take a look at who caught my eye this week.
Sam Bennett, LW/RW/C, Florida (44 percent Yahoo!)[Goals/Hits/FOW] – The trade was a get-out-of-jail card for Bennett, who has exploded in the Sunshine State. Wow. Four games, five points, 15 hits and a plus-6 rating. New opportunity, new outlook, new future? This fourth-overall pick finally looks the part and might just earn a solid new contract from the kitties. Snag Bennett if he's out there –