After recommendations on players to draft On Monday, I continue today by presenting eight players that some poolers are drafting a little aggressively for the 2022-2023 NHL season.
There are almost as many variations of hockey pool formats as there are leagues. In this sense, it is more difficult to issue recommendations than when it comes Fantasy SoccerExcept for some details, its formats are generally similar.
Depending on the specific implications of your league, which only considers points, specific categories such as shots, blocked shots, and body checks may be considered to construct a ranking (commonly referred to as a league Rotisserie), or be somewhere between these two ways of calculating points.
To put these tips for poolers into context, let’s imagine a pool with 12 participants using this point system:
- 3 points are awarded for a goal or assist
- 2 extra points are awarded for a point scored on a power play
- 0.5 points are awarded for a shot at the net
- 0.25 point is awarded for a blocked shot or check
- A win over a goalkeeper’s record is worth 3 points
- A white game is rewarded with 2 extra points
- 0.5 point is awarded for each save
- 1 point is deducted for each goal allowed
Note: I’m already hearing criticisms like: “But you’d have to be really stupid to ignore that [joueur X ou joueur Y]. The point here is not to convince you to completely break up with someone, but to point out some…