Posted: 2nd November 2009 by Matt Sitkoff in NHL
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It is hard transition from coming right out of college and going right to the work force, go from partying all night with your friends to being responsible for the excel spreadsheet or coffee to be on your bosses desk. This week I will be looking at how some NHL Rookies have transition into the league and their fantasy value Michael Del Zotto, Rangers D: The 20th overall selection in the 2008 NHL entry draft surprisingly made the Rangers out of camp and has been a pleasant surprise for Fantasy owners this season. All the 19-year-old has done is leading the Rangers defense in goals (4), assist (8), points (12), power play assists (5) and power play goals (3). Although the Rangers have been playing him the least amount of minutes for defensemen (17:02 minutes per game), he has big fantasy va ...

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