Originally Posted by fantasyhockeygeek
Just as a little plug, rather than have Ma come in to the rescue to dig up the data all the time (
), this exact output is generated as part of the League Breakdown tool on FHG
The League Breakdown takes the population of owned players based on the league size, and generates tables summarizing both the average player
at each position and the lowest owned
(ie waiver replacement-level).
For each player with multiple eligibility, they are included in the calculation for the position where they are more valuable.
It doesn't give a player-by-player approach, but that's what our rankings are for -- values are based on standard score (z-score) in each category when compared against the replacement player at their position. Using this valuation approach systematically maximizes overall value on your team, though you still need to manage for your individual categories.
I could be wrong, but when I was playing around with the tool, I only got the average
numbers per position, so all of the RW, or all C, but there wasn't a way to distinguish a #1 RW from a #3 RW... So using the average numbers of the RW position is ok, but the numbers I want from my #1 RW is different than the numbers I'd expect from my #3 RW.
Is there a way to break it down per position? Like top 10-14 RW, then next 10-14 RW then bottom 10-14 RW?