Originally Posted by fantasyhockeygeek
Bump - and this is a callout!
We know we've got a powerful set of tools. We know how to use them (we designed them!) but we also know that not everybody uses them like we do, and more importantly that users have likely figured out their own workarounds and "best practice" themselves.
We want to tap into that, because you guys know what you're doing.
To that end, we've just installed a new knowledge base that lets users submit articles.
- it's still a work in progress, but it's getting there.
So here's the challenge: how do you use the tools at HPG to get ahead? Write it down and send it in. We'll edit it and be in touch to best capture your strategies, and then it'll be shared with the HPG community. The more we communicate with each other about how we get the most out of the tools, the further ahead we'll all be.
to hear from as many of you as possible.
First, you'll always be HPG to me!
Just re-upped my script for this year and diving in to the stats. Getting my feet wet, as it were. My TWFHL is a multi-cat, incorporating Hits, Shots, and PIMs (fractional) among Gs and As.
This is my first truly multi-cat weighted league and, using Dobber's projection, I was literally taken aback by the generated rankings. Gonna run a couple more reports, but I think I achieved what I set out to do with this, my first league as commish, and that was to broaden the pool of viable players in an attempt to better mirror an actual NHL contender.
And it's not spoon feeding me my draft rankings, I still get to tweak it based on my own gut, and I like that. That's where the fun is.
Babbling aside, just wanted to give props. Great tool to have in the tool box. Kudos.
Four out of three people have difficulty with fractions
Commish - Twisted Wrister
Fantasy Hockey League
12 team, $$$, 24 players, Weekly, H2H, limited keeper (8), multi-cat (G, A, PIMs, Hits, SOG, HT/ W, GA, SV%, SO)
Start: 2C, 2RW, 2LW, 4D, 2G