SHP is always going to be something that really shouldn't be chased and just isn't suited to any league format. It's just not a stat that is easy to track.
Looking back to the lockout, only two player's ever broke 10 short handed points: Martin St Louis and Eric Perrin and both did it years ago. Heck, only a handful more broke 8 points in a single season.
It's just not a common stat and really doesn't fit well in most league setups. Unless it's a head to head points league or points league that counts special team points differently, it's a very hard to use stat. even in leagues where it works, it's largely an irrelevant stat.
14T BiWeekly H2H. 4 C/RW/LW, 6 D, 2 G
Cats:G(3), A(1.5), +-(1), PIM(0.2), PPP(1), SOG(0.2), GWG(1), SHP(2), Hits(0.3), BkS(0.4). W(2), SO(2), OTL(0.5), SV(0.2), GA(-1), L(-1).
LW - Pactches, Benn, Ott, Foligno, Belesky
C - Staal, Thornton, M Richards, Giroux
RW - Ovie, Hossa, Callahan, Tara, Neil
D - Weber, OEL, Shatty, Seidenberg, Suter, Wiz, Beauch, Wiz, MacDonald
G - Lundqvist, Varlamov, Allen
Prospects - Schultz, M Rielly, Ramo, Brodin, RNH, Forsberg, D Shore, Trouba, Bjugstad
IR- RNH, Kulikov