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09-05-2007, 12:59 AM
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the most user friendly keeper league website?

my buddies and i are starting a keeper league this fall with a 22 man roster (16 pro and 6 farm)..it's straight points (1 pt for goal and 1 pt for assist). we have a $50.3M cap and allow unlimited trades with one another. plus 2 free agent signings (but must drop a player first).

what is the most user friendly stats tracking site. i went onto yahoo! and am not sure of it's capabilities. we want the site to track salary cap, allow us to propose trades to other players and make free agent pickups (commissioner will approve actual trades).

we will be running this pool year round and from season to season so we want to be able to have access to it during the summer as well. Yahoo! doesn't appear to have this option nor does it track salary.

also, what the difference between a keeper league and roto pool?

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my buddies and i are starting a keeper league this fall with a 22 man roster (16 pro and 6 farm)..it's straight points (1 pt for goal and 1 pt for assist). we have a $50.3M cap and allow unlimited trades with one another. plus 2 free agent signings (but must drop a player first).

what is the most user friendly stats tracking site. i went onto yahoo! and am not sure of it's capabilities. we want the site to track salary cap, allow us to propose trades to other players and make free agent pickups (commissioner will approve actual trades).

we will be running this pool year round and from season to season so we want to be able to have access to it during the summer as well. Yahoo! doesn't appear to have this option nor does it track salary.

also, what the difference between a keeper league and roto pool?
The best site for hockeypools is www.poolexpert.com .It costs $2 per team to a max of $30. I use it for 6 of my pools I run (including playoff pools). If you want a free forum to set your pool up on go to proboards.com . I just entered a pool that uses this site for trade talks and the draft over the net and I am pretty impressed with it.


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09-06-2007, 09:37 AM
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Me and my buddies have been discussing starting a keeper league. We all understand the concept, but none of us have participated in one before.

I will look at the sites listed above, but I was wondering if there were other sites that could give some tips as to nuisances to a keeper league rookies might not be aware of.

I would also appreciate any advice form veteran poolies in making good decisions about this.

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