Thanks for the input!
I have to make sure the ideas apply to the salary cap world, I've been able to put a few new ideas together:
Proven vs potential: I've been covering this topic a lot in the cap bargain articles but one instance where proven players are less valuable is when they are the top free agents available (Suter, Briere, Drury, Gomez, Bouwmeester, etc). I could always do something around this topic.
Mock draft: For me it would be just about the same as a non-cap league for the first few rounds. In the middle rounds I would then begin looking for bargain players. The same would apply to the "cage match" concept - most outcomes would be the same as Laidlaw's articles except for when the points are close and the salary difference is large. If I come across some great match-ups I will definitely include them in an article.
Salary (not cap hit) leagues: I hate this type of league because the variations in contract money distribution is insane. However I will do some articles outlining bargains and players to avoid in this format.
Cap league strategies: this is where I will recap some of my moves in UHL and bring some real examples to show what I did to win the regular season (not playoff
I also plan to do an article on the value of having cap space and some benefits that it gives you in managing your team moving forward.
Not sure which order this will happen, but it will happen.
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