Need 1 owner to take over for keeper league
The league is hosted on ESPN, yearly buy in is 60 dollars; since you would be taking over mid season its only 30 for this year. The league has been up and running since 2007 with a good group of people who like trading. I'm looking for an active and attentive GM.
Here is the roster:
Here is the basic layout for the league:
Cost: 60 dollars to be collected 7 days after the end of the regular season.
1st regular season gets 50%
2nd regular season gets 20%
1st playoff gets 30%
Salary Cap: None. Salary caps are murder for trades and they can really ruin a league unless 100% of the people are on the up and up of contract statuses, promotions/demotions.
Number of Players per Pro Team: Twenty Five : Three (3) centers, Three (3) left wingers, Three (3) right wingers, Four (4) forwards, Four(4) defense, two (2) goalies, Six (6) benched players. PLUS Three (3) open spots to facilitate 2 for 1 or 3 for 2 (etc..) trades. Giving us a total of 28 slots per PRO team. All position eligibility is based on pool system league is using (ESPN).
Scoring: Hybrid scoring is points-based but in a Head-to-Head format. Points are accumulated in the following categories:
For skaters: G (5 points), A (5), PIM (0.3), Shots (0.2), Hit (0.2), Block shot (0.2) +/- (1)
For goalies: W (7 points), SO (7), Saves (0.2), GA (-1)
Because the league is Head-to-Head, managers compete against one another in week-long, pre-set Head-to-Head competitions for the first twenty-three (23) weeks of the regular season (with the exception for the week of the all-star break/Olympics). Each manager plays. If there is a pre-planned shortened week for whatever event the system will tack on that small week to the following week.
Managers may keep players depending on their position in the regular season standings the year before.
9th to 14th place keep 15 players
8th and 7th place keep 14 players
6th and 5th place keep 13 players
4th and 3rd place keep 12 players
2nd and 1st place keep 11 players
Multi-player Trades: Trades where two players are traded for one, or three players are traded for two are allowed, as are other combinations. These three positions will remain unfilled after draft day, but will allow managers to make a 2 for 1 or 3 for 2 player swap without having to first drop a player. It is therefore possible at various points throughout the season for a team to have as many as 33 total players on their roster (excluding farm team).
Waiver pick-ups: Not allowed. The only way to change players
between drafts is by way of trade.