Can of Whoop Ass

 

The fourth annual version of my Interactive Playoff Draft List will be available to you in early April.

 

It's popularity has grown by leaps in bounds and there is a reason for that. The system works. 

 

 

 

It's simple, really. All you need is Excel and you need your macros enabled (instructions on how to do that are at the bottom).

 

1) You select your eight teams that you feel will come out of the first round.

 

2) You select your two Cup finalists. 

 

3) Click "GO"

 

4) A printable list is auto-sorted for you.

 

These are complete with injury notes and adjustments, as well as notes on how well the players have historically done in the postseason. There is even an option to include goalies on your draft list. This is all you need for your office pool. If you are even half right in your predicted first round winners and Cup finalists, you will do extremely well with this list, given the margins for error that I have factored into the formula. 

 

You can do multiple scenarios, run your list in as many different combinations as you like!

 

The price remains $8.99 this year and it is also included in the latest version of my Ultimate Fantasy Pack (which, for $27.99, you also get the upcoming Fantasy Prospects Report, my legendary Fantasy Guide, my Preseason Draft List and next year's Midseason Guide). BUY NOW !

 

 

NOTES:

 

Purchase securely through Paypal. To do this, you will automatically be directed to login to DobberHockey. Immediately after purchase, go to your "Downloads" section in DobberHockey and Download the spreadsheet. No waiting. It's instant!

 

To enable macros, do the following:

 

1) Open a new spreadsheet (a blank one)

2) Go to "Tools" and "Macro" and "Security"

3) Set it to "Medium"

4) Close the spreadsheet.

5) Now open my spreadsheet and it will prompt you if you want to enable macros. You do.

That's it!

 

 


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