Probably the most in-depth fantasy team analysis tool available. Nobody knows better than I do the amount of different league formats that are out there. And the cookie-cutter rankings systems that are available are great as a "guide", but they don't do the job needed. With thousands of different possible combinations - not just statistical, but positional...or even weighted stats - it's impossible.

 

Well with HPG - problem solved.

 

The video doesn't do this kick-ass tool justice. My words typed right here on your screen does not do this kick-ass tool justice. The best thing you can do for your fantasy squad is give me 15 minutes. Fifteen minutes. Go to Hockey Pool Geek and take advantage of the FREE one-day trial. Put in your team. Put in your league settings. Play around with it. Check out their new tool - the DRAFT GURU.

 

In the end, your game plan will be laid out clearly in front of you. Finally, you can stop flailing around in the water and start swimming for shore! Look what HPG did for Angus' team. Need another example? Here's another team. And another.

 

As part of the Dobber Sports Network, I was able to put together two packages involving HPG to provide some savings. The GEEK Pack combines the Ultimate Fantasy Pack with a one-year subscription and saves $3.00. The GOLD Pack combines all the offerings from all the sites for a $10.00 savings. And this doesn't include the $20+ already saved that the Ultimate Pack gives you as opposed to buying the magazines separately! Buy it in the shop here.

 

 

 


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HPG said:

fantasyhockeygeek
Packages The Gold Pack, available through the Dobberhockey store, include access to the whole shebang. There are other options there too!
September 21, 2011 | url
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Phommachack Vathana said:

cloud79
Is there a package ? Hi,

Im new to the site...and i was wondering if theres a package that offers the draf guide, frozen pool tools or the draft guru feature....or do i have to purchase them seperately ?
September 21, 2011
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Tim New said:

timnew
BTW I'm using Pool Geek and Frozen Pool and Goalie Posts Like a kid in a toy store; all these sites are great.
September 19, 2011
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Tim New said:

timnew
... Kick ass shouldn't be a problem; it may have been 30 years ago but it is used now as common speech and is no longer considered "vulgar". I teach English as a Second Language and both Butt and Ass are taught as non-vulgar words. If you check out the latest Jillian Michaels workout video it has "Ass" in its title and I guarantee you can buy it at "family friendly" stores. Maybe some people will be overly sensitive to its use but it is no longer taboo nor should it be.
September 19, 2011
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Chris Read said:

Killer67
HPG Rules I was excited to see my old team audit in there as the "another" link. HPG's input helped me get from his projected middle of the pack team, to the league and playoff runner up. Their advice and tools helped me learn how to properly approach every type of league.

Kudos to HPG, hopefully not too many guys in my league catch on smilies/cheesy.gif

As for the language in the title, it doesn't bother me but I can certainly see where the poster is coming from and don't look at it as hating. I know there's a few times where I've been reading at work and seen someone's avatar giggling a boob and felt completely embarrassed and shut down the site for the day.
September 19, 2011
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Ryan said:

letnry
... I was hoping my comment would not be misconstrued as "hating." I guess I was wrong. I am a longtime supporter of Dobberhockey and will continue to be, but thought I could freely share my thoughts, thats all.
September 19, 2011
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David said:

OceanMon
I don't mind the title Hey dobber, I don't mind the title. Nevermind the haters. People shouldn't be accessing dobberhockey at work, anyway.
September 19, 2011
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Ryan said:

letnry
family website Dobber, I thought about mentioning this before, but didn't want to be a stick in the mud, but this is now the third time I think you have used it in a title, so I hope you take this for what I intend it to be, a voiced concern. I don't like to see or hear vulvar slang, especially in titles and such. I realize that this is becoming the world we live in, with it now seemingly common place in movies and television, but as a self-proclaimed family and workplace friendly website, I don't see the need to use such terminology so prominently. Thanks and I appreciate your consideration.
September 19, 2011
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