With a new year comes the promise of making things better. Making resolutions to go to the gym more or help out others are being said over and over again. Here are some NHL Fantasy New Year's Resolutions that will help owners see a better result in 2014.
It is time to quit on players that are not performing. One month of struggling has now turned to three months of not performing, and it is time to say goodbye to these players and move on in the new year. Some of these players to cut loose are New York Rangers forward Rick Nash, Edmonton Oilers defenseman Justin Schultz and Washington Capitals goaltender Braden Holtby.
It's also time to take a risk in a trade and help your team while using strength to help out a weakness. Take a player who has been over-performing in 2013 and find a way to acquire a player who will strengthen an area of need in your ultimate goal of winning the championship. Players to target in trades are those on the trading block that could see their stock rise and goalies that are starting most of their teams' games.