I just finished organizing a work pool today. Interest will need to really pick up today/tomorrow to make it even worth it to go through that again. We need a minimum of 8 to make head to head (or any type of pool for that matter) interesting IMO.
Well I've played every year since I was probably 10 , and hadn't heard of it until fantasy baseball on this board. The most common I've seen is straight points based, followed by head to head.
Hockey just doesn't have enough important stats to fill out all the categories. But that's just my opinion. I have a question about rotisserie: does it have to include so many categories? Or can you limit the categories? My major beef with it is that normally I wouldn't care about ATOI and Shots on Goal etc.
Games Started Wins Losses Goals Against Goals Against Average Shots Against Saves Save Percentage Shutouts
We are about to draft a head to head pool in about an hour that assigns points based on who wins each category every week. There is also the option to just do a point based system using categories in H2H but I don't really know a lot about how it works.
Post by Peter Gibbons on Oct 1, 2013 13:51:53 GMT -8
I didn't realize hockey stared tonight. I created a league with the same settings as last year if anyone is interested. The draft is 8:00 ET (2 hours). It's a public league, so I'm expecting it to fill up in the next hour or so.
Post by Peter Gibbons on Oct 1, 2013 15:55:23 GMT -8
I can ask my father-in-law. He's played in just about every other fantasy league that we have put together. He was also one of the folks that passed you in the last day of fantasy baseball. It was an epic battle for third place. I'm not sure anyone informed you or badchoices though.