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    Default CAR & WPG light schedules: Heads Up

    For those that like to get the most out of NHL scheduling:

    The Carolina Hurricanes only have 1 game in a 6-day stretch from:
    Sat Jan 26 - Fri Jan 31.

    The Winnipeg Jets only have 1 game in a 5-day stretch from:
    Sat Feb 2 - Wed Feb 6.

    As most teams are averaging 1 game every 2 nights... these are pretty light schedules.
    Make use of your moves in daily leagues without GP restrictions.

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    Nice, thank you! (though it's THU Jan 31) ;-)
    12 team, Yahoo H2H, daily, keep 2 (not in top 50) + 1 rookie.

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    G, A, P, +/-, PIM, PPP, SHP, GWG, SOG, FW, HIT, BLK
    W, GAA, SA, SV%, SHO

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    LW: Couture (+C), Pacioretty, Landeskog, Dubinsky (+C)
    RW: Giroux (+C), Semin (+LW), MacKinnon (+C), Brouwer, Wingels (+C)
    D: Karlsson, Burns (+RW), Girardi, Giordano, Dillon, MacDonald, Carlson
    G: Niemi, Luongo, Khudobin

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    Good to know.

    On a similar note, last year I found (or maybe made?) a list of how many games each team plays in the 3 weeks of yahoo playoffs. San Jose was the only team to play 4 games all 4 weeks, where some teams only played 8 games total. I stocked up with Boyle, Burns, Havlat, Clowe, Marleau, Pavelski, Niemi, and it played a huge role in me winning.

    Does anybody know if this info can be found online somewhere?
    Team 1:
    18 team HTH - Keep 5:

    G, A, +/-, PPP, SHP, PIM, HITS, BS
    W, GAA, SV%, SO

    C - Giroux (RW), MacKinnon, Hanzal, Bozak
    LW - Moulson, Hartnell
    RW - Neal (LW), Wheeler
    D - Burns, Gudas. Enstrom, Trouba, Sekera
    G - Halak, Schneider, Elliott
    IR - Rinne


    Team 2:
    14 team HTH - keep 5 (1 at each position).

    G, A, +/-, PIM, PPP, GWG, HIT, BLK
    W, GAA, SV%, SO

    C - Crosby, Giroux (RW), Hanzal
    LW - Benn, Jokinen
    RW - Neal (LW), Wheeler, Vrbata, Simmonds
    D - Subban, Burns (RW), Gudas, Martin

    G - Halak, Khudobin

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    Quote Originally Posted by forumname View Post


    Does anybody know if this info can be found online somewhere?
    try this:

    https://mistermcgoo.com/public/NHLScheduleTool.aspx
    12 team, Yahoo H2H, daily, keep 2 (not in top 50) + 1 rookie.

    3C, 3LW, 3RW, 6D, 2G, 5BN, IR+
    G, A, P, +/-, PIM, PPP, SHP, GWG, SOG, FW, HIT, BLK
    W, GAA, SA, SV%, SHO

    C: Stamkos, E.Staal, Hanzal
    LW: Couture (+C), Pacioretty, Landeskog, Dubinsky (+C)
    RW: Giroux (+C), Semin (+LW), MacKinnon (+C), Brouwer, Wingels (+C)
    D: Karlsson, Burns (+RW), Girardi, Giordano, Dillon, MacDonald, Carlson
    G: Niemi, Luongo, Khudobin

    IR+:

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    beautiful, thanks
    Team 1:
    18 team HTH - Keep 5:

    G, A, +/-, PPP, SHP, PIM, HITS, BS
    W, GAA, SV%, SO

    C - Giroux (RW), MacKinnon, Hanzal, Bozak
    LW - Moulson, Hartnell
    RW - Neal (LW), Wheeler
    D - Burns, Gudas. Enstrom, Trouba, Sekera
    G - Halak, Schneider, Elliott
    IR - Rinne


    Team 2:
    14 team HTH - keep 5 (1 at each position).

    G, A, +/-, PIM, PPP, GWG, HIT, BLK
    W, GAA, SV%, SO

    C - Crosby, Giroux (RW), Hanzal
    LW - Benn, Jokinen
    RW - Neal (LW), Wheeler, Vrbata, Simmonds
    D - Subban, Burns (RW), Gudas, Martin

    G - Halak, Khudobin

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    So much for a condensed schedule...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pengwin7 View Post
    For those that like to get the most out of NHL scheduling:

    The Carolina Hurricanes only have 1 game in a 6-day stretch from:
    Sat Jan 26 - Fri Jan 31.

    The Winnipeg Jets only have 1 game in a 5-day stretch from:
    Sat Feb 2 - Wed Feb 6.

    As most teams are averaging 1 game every 2 nights... these are pretty light schedules.
    Make use of your moves in daily leagues without GP restrictions.
    that's weird...I would have thought you'd never see that in this shortened season
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    Posted this previously but here's the legwork already done:

    Assuming a Monday to Sunday Schedule and a 3 week playoff The high and low teams are:

    Week 1
    Monday April 8th- Sunday April 14th
    2 Games
    Florida, New Jersey, Winnipeg
    4 Games
    Boston, Bufalo, Calgary, Carolina, Colorado, St. Louis, Tampa Bay

    Week 2
    Monday April 15th- Sunday April 21st
    2 Games
    Detroit, Nashville
    12 teams play 3 games
    16 teams play 4 games

    Week 3
    Monday April 22nd- Saturday April 27th
    2 Games
    Boston, Buffalo, Columbus, Tampa Bay
    4 Games
    Chicago, Detroit, Edmonton, Phoenix

    Reviewing the above I don't see any team that offers a major advantage. No team has an extra game in 2 weeks and most who have 4 in week 1 correspond with 2 in week 3. Important to note is that this year the final week has a mix of games on every night so avoiding conflicts will be the key.

    I found the complete week-by-week schedule here:
    http://www2.dailyfaceoff.com/nhl-games-per-week/

    A tool I recently started using that I love is the "roster maximizer" at leftwinglock.com which is found here:
    http://www.leftwinglock.com/roster-maximizer/ It allows you to input your known roster, roster size, and a timeframe and will then tell you which teams will give you the most number of daily starts.
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    2xC, 2xRW, 2xLW, 4xD, 3xUtil, 2xG, 5 Bench
    G, A, P, +/-, PIM, PPP, SHP, GWG, Hits, W, SV%, GAA
    C: Malkin, Backstrom, Stepan, Ribeiro, Legwand
    LW: Vanek, Moulson, Carter, Rinaldo
    RW: Kessel, Vrbata, Seguin, Cammalleri, Zuccarello
    D: Green, Gudas, Zidlicky
    G: Lehtonen, Halak, Lack

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    Quote Originally Posted by LawMan View Post
    I found the complete week-by-week schedule here:
    http://www2.dailyfaceoff.com/nhl-games-per-week/

    A tool I recently started using that I love is the "roster maximizer" at leftwinglock.com which is found here:
    http://www.leftwinglock.com/roster-maximizer/ It allows you to input your known roster, roster size, and a timeframe and will then tell you which teams will give you the most number of daily starts.
    Those are helpful links. THANKS (sending you some rep for your work).

    I didn't know that LWL had that roster maximizer.
    That's pretty sharp. They have a pretty smooth little website over there that is gaining traction. I used to use it just for goalie-starts, but looks like they've got some neat tools.

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