Jeff Angus, one of the contributors at Dobberhockey, is advocating picking up Eric Fehr in keeper leagues, or 1 year leagues if he's available as an FA (An astute JRHL player has already done this, don't bother looking). The premise is that the author thinks that Fehr's injury woes are behind him and that he's about to launch into a career path that closely follows Glen Murray's. Murry got off to a slow start after some injuries and then got playing time in LA and Boston and really blossomed into a good source of secondary scoring later in his career by going to the dirty areas and paying the price for the puck. I would be freakin' ecstatic if that came to pass while he was wearing the Weagle, quite frankly. A guy that has Fehr's hands and abilities on the wall and is willing and able to crash the net is an ingredient that cup-contending-Caps are going to require for a long while if they want to stay in contention. It's nice to see a guy that's been underrated by the league at large (and perhaps by the team's management) get some love in a media source that isn't authored by J.P., David M. Getz, Becca or Pepper. Here's hoping he lives up to all that potential.