Yahoo Public 94535 - Flying Dutchman | Fantasy Hockey (2024)

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    Yahoo Public 94535 - Flying Dutchman | Fantasy Hockey (3) Diamond 900+ 99th
    Yahoo Public 94535 - Flying Dutchman | Fantasy Hockey (4) Platinum 800-899 95th-98th
    Yahoo Public 94535 - Flying Dutchman | Fantasy Hockey (5) Gold 700-799 81st-94th
    Yahoo Public 94535 - Flying Dutchman | Fantasy Hockey (6) Silver 600-699 60th-80th
    Yahoo Public 94535 - Flying Dutchman | Fantasy Hockey (7) Bronze 0-599 0-59th

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    Flying Dutchman's Forwards/Defensem*n roster for 2024-03-11.

    Rankings

    Fantasy

    Offense

    Pos

    Forwards/Defensem*n

    Action

    Opp

    Status

    Pre-Season

    Current

    % Started

    % Rostered

    G

    A

    +/-

    PPP

    SOG

    HIT

    C

    Joel Eriksson EkMIN - C

    Player Note

    O

    54

    -

    68%

    91%

    -

    -

    -

    -

    -

    -

    C

    Sean MonahanWPG - C

    Player Note

    WSH

    W, 3-0

    486

    -

    33%

    37%

    1

    1

    1

    LW

    Filip ForsbergNSH - LW

    Player Note

    65

    -

    73%

    93%

    -

    -

    -

    -

    -

    -

    LW

    Jonathan MarchessaultVGK - LW,RW

    Player Note

    61

    -

    61%

    89%

    -

    -

    -

    -

    -

    -

    RW

    Mats ZuccarelloMIN - RW

    Player Note

    197

    -

    62%

    78%

    -

    -

    -

    -

    -

    -

    RW

    Kyle PalmieriNYI - RW

    Player Note

    @LA

    L, 0-3

    358

    -

    22%

    18%

    -1

    2

    1

    D

    Josh MorrisseyWPG - D

    Player Note

    WSH

    W, 3-0

    46

    -

    97%

    99%

    1

    2

    1

    2

    D

    Charlie McAvoyBOS - D

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    STL

    L, 1-5

    59

    -

    95%

    98%

    -1

    2

    D

    Darnell NurseEDM - D

    Player Note

    187

    -

    75%

    82%

    -

    -

    -

    -

    -

    -

    D

    Drew DoughtyLA - D

    Player Note

    NYI

    W, 3-0

    130

    -

    88%

    91%

    1

    1

    1

    1

    BN

    Gustav ForslingFLA - D

    Player Note

    235

    -

    66%

    79%

    -

    -

    -

    -

    -

    -

    BN

    Roope HintzDAL - C

    Player Note

    32

    -

    58%

    95%

    -

    -

    -

    -

    -

    -

    BN

    Joe PavelskiDAL - C,RW

    Player Note

    71

    -

    61%

    93%

    -

    -

    -

    -

    -

    -

    BN

    Jared McCannSEA - C,LW

    Player Note

    134

    -

    26%

    82%

    -

    -

    -

    -

    -

    -

    Starting Lineup Totals 022057
    Flying Dutchman's Goaltenders roster for 2024-03-11.

    Rankings

    Fantasy

    Goaltending

    Pos

    Goaltenders

    Action

    Opp

    Status

    Pre-Season

    Current

    % Started

    % Rostered

    W

    GA*

    GAA

    SV*

    SA*

    SV%

    SHO

    G

    Alexandar GeorgievCOL - G

    Player Note

    53

    -

    50%

    99%

    -

    -

    -

    -

    -

    -

    -

    G

    Connor HellebuyckWPG - G

    Player Note

    WSH

    W, 3-0

    15

    -

    93%

    99%

    1

    0.00

    23

    23

    1.000

    1

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    • Avg-PPT - Average Power Play Time

      Definition

      Average time per game a skater has been on the ice for a power play

      Why does this stat matter for fantasy?

      Useful for measuring power play opportunities for players with less total ice time.

    • Avg-SHT - Average Short-Handed Time

      Definition

      Average time per game a skater has been on the ice while short-handed

      Why does this stat matter for fantasy?

      Useful for measuring short-handed opportunities for players with less total ice time.

    • COR - Corsi

      Definition

      Calculation = (5 on 5): Team shots on goal + team missed shots + opponent blocked shots (excluding empty net).

      Why does this stat matter for fantasy?

      Corsi measure all shot attempts and is a measure to indicate puck possession in the offsensive zone. The greater the puck possession in the zone, the greater a players's chance of scoring, assisting, etc.

    • Def-ZS - Defensive Zone Starts

      Definition

      Number of faceoffs a player is on the ice for in the defensive zone.

      Why does this stat matter for fantasy?

      Provides insight into players that coaches think are better defensive players.

    • FEN - Fenwick

      Definition

      Calculation = (5 on 5): (5 on 5): team shots on goal + team missed shots (excluding empty net). Also called "Fenwick for".

      Why does this stat matter for fantasy?

      Fenwick is a variant of Corsi that counts only shots on goal and missed shots; blocked shots are not included. Its another measure to indicate puck possession in the offensive zone. The greater the puck possession in the zone, the greater a players's chance of scoring, assisting, etc.

    • GStr - Game Star

      Definition

      Three stars are awarded each game in NHL, one to the best 3 players in the in the game.

      Why does this stat matter for fantasy?

      Only moderately useful for fantasy, stars simply show how well a player has performed overall. Players with the most stars often tend to be the highest ranked fantasy players.

    • Off-ZS - Offensive Zone Starts

      Definition

      Number of faceoffs a player is on the ice for in the offensive zone.

      Why does this stat matter for fantasy?

      Provides insight into players that coaches think are better offensive players.

    • PPT - Power Play Time

      Definition

      Total time YTD a skater has been on the ice for a power play

      Why does this stat matter for fantasy?

      The more often a player is on the ice during a power play the better chance they have of earning goals, assists and, obviously, power play points. Players whose coaches trust them in the power play can be quite valuable for fantasy.

    • Shifts - Shifts

      Definition

      The number of stints a skater logs during a game.

      Why does this stat matter for fantasy?

      You can't score fantasy points if you're not on the ice. Along with time on ice, shift count is a direct measure of how much general opportinity a player is receiving.

    • SHT - Short-Handed Time

      Definition

      Total time YTD a skater has been on the ice while short-handed

      Why does this stat matter for fantasy?

      The more often a player is on the ice when their team is in the penalty the better chance they have of earning short-handed statistics.

    • ZS-Pct - Zone Start Percentage

      Definition

      Zone Start percentage is the ratio of how many faceoffs a player is on the ice for in the offensive zone relative to the total offensive plus defensive zone faceoffs he is on the ice for. Neutral zone faceoffs are ignored.

      Why does this stat matter for fantasy?

      Players with a higher zone start percentage tend to have more opportunities to shoot, score and assist because they are in the offensive zone more than in the defensive zone.

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    Legends and Glossaries

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    • Advanced Stats Glossary 

    The Fine Print

    Projections Powered by Rotowire

    Stat corrections are applied on Monday, Mar 18.

    All game times are shown in PDT.

    * Non-scoring stats

    Details Legend

    Notes
    Pre-SeasonPlayer's fantasy ranking based on pre-season projections
    CurrentPlayer's current fantasy ranking based on stats filter selected
    Probable Starter (announced for starting lineup)
    New Player NoteNew player notes in the last 24 hours. Click to view notes and other information.
    No new player NotesNo new player notes available. Click to view other information.
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    Player Status
    COVID-19Covid-19
    DTDDay-to-Day
    IR-NRInjured Reserve
    IRInjured Reserve
    IR-LTInjured Reserve
    NANot Active
    OOut
    SUSPSuspended
    Action
    Add Player
    Add Player functionality is disabled
    No more roster moves available
    Drop Player
    Player on Can't Cut list
    Propose Trade
    No more trades available
    Trade functionality is disabled
    Actions locked by commissioner
    Add player to Watch List
    Remove player from Watch List
    Watch List is not available

    Stat Categories

    Forwards/Defensem*n:
    AbbreviationWhat it Means
    GGoals
    AAssists
    PPoints
    +/-Plus/Minus
    PIMPenalty Minutes
    PPGPowerplay Goals
    PPAPowerplay Assists
    PPPPowerplay Points
    SHGShorthanded Goals
    SHAShorthanded Assists
    SHPShorthanded Points
    GWGGame-Winning Goals
    GTGGame-Tying Goals
    SOGShots on Goal
    SH%Shooting Percentage
    FWFaceoffs Won
    FLFaceoffs Lost
    HITHits
    BLKBlocks
    TotalTotal Standard Deviation
    Goalies:
    AbbreviationWhat it Means
    GSGames Started
    WWins
    LLosses
    GAGoals Against
    GAAGoals Against Average
    SAShots Against
    SECSeconds Played
    SVSaves
    SV%Save Percentage
    SHOShutouts
    TotalTotal Standard Deviation

    Positions Legend

    Pos What it Means Who is Eligible
    C Center Only centers
    LW Left Wing Only left wings
    RW Right Wing Only right wings
    W Wing Any left or right winger
    F Forward Any centers, left or right wingers
    D Defense Any defenseman
    G Goaltender Any goaltender
    Util Utility Any non-goaltender
    BN Bench Any player not in a starting roster or IR spot
    IR Injured Reserve Any player on the real-life IR
    Yahoo Public 94535 - Flying Dutchman | Fantasy Hockey (2024)

    FAQs

    How are Yahoo Fantasy hockey scores? ›

    Points are awarded based on how well your players perform in each of several stat categories. Each real-life statistic has an associated point value. The team that finishes the week with the most points is credited with a win, while his opponent is charged with a loss.

    How do Yahoo Fantasy hockey playoffs work? ›

    All teams seeded according to overall standings - Regardless of division results, all playoff seeds are determined by overall standings. Division winners advance, but seeded by overall standings- Division winners are guaranteed a playoff spot, but playoff seeds are determined by overall standings.

    How to join fantasy hockey league? ›

    Joining a Standard League On the Web
    1. Go to the League Directory link or Live Draft Lobby link.
    2. Click on the league name you want to join.
    3. Select the "Join This League" button.

    What is the difference between head to head and head to head one win? ›

    Head-to-Head One Win

    This is identical to Head-to-Head Categories, except only 1 point is added to the W-L-T record per week. This scoring setting is available in fantasy baseball, hockey and basketball but not football. 1 added to Win - The manager with the most games won.

    How are Yahoo fantasy points calculated? ›

    Offensive statistics and scoring points
    Each reception:0.5 points
    Every 25 passing yards:1 point
    Each passing TD:4 points
    Each interception thrown:-1 points
    Every 10 rushing yards:1 point
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    What does the +/- mean in fantasy hockey? ›

    Plus / minus (+ / -)

    Any player on the ice when their team scores is credited with a +1 and -1 if their team allows a goal, regardless of their involvement (power play goals don't factor into plus/minus calculation). Stats are applied differently depending on the league's scoring type.

    What happens if you tie in Yahoo Fantasy hockey playoffs? ›

    Head-to-Head Categories - For Fantasy Baseball, Basketball, and Hockey the tiebreaker goes to the team with the most stat category wins, not overall matchup wins and losses.

    How does Yahoo playoff bracket work? ›

    The top 4 teams in the league standings at end of the regular season qualify for a 2-week postseason tournament to determine a league champion. The next 4 teams (or the next 2 for 6 team leagues) by rank play consolation rounds to determine 5th-8th (or 5th and 6th) place. Playoff week options are: Weeks 15 and 16.

    How do you unlock teams in Yahoo fantasy hockey? ›

    Team lists can be unlocked, however doing so will reset any changes made to draft order and picks.
    1. From Yahoo Fantasy, mouse over Fantasy | select a sport.
    2. Click the Commissioner tab.
    3. Click the Draft & Keepers tab.
    4. Click Finalize Team List.
    5. Click Unlock Teams twice.

    How does fantasy hockey work for beginners? ›

    Single-year leagues are a great way to get started in fantasy hockey. You pick your team and manage it for one season, and then throw them all back in the proverbial pond once the ice melts at the end of the year. Keeper leagues involve guys you get to hold onto for the next season.

    Can you make money on fantasy hockey? ›

    It's always an option to do (legal) betting and participate in fantasy hockey leagues. It's true that these typically involve risks, but they can be a reliable way to make money if you have a good understanding of the game.

    Is it too late to start a fantasy hockey league? ›

    The first day of the NHL season is set for October 9, 2023. In order for your League's season to start with the first day of the NHL season, you must sign up by 11:59 PM ET on October 7, 2023 and your draft must be started by 11:59 pm ET on October 8, 2023.

    What type of scoring is head to head? ›

    Head-to-Head: Points: H2H Points is very similar to how fantasy football is played. It allows you to assign a given point value to individual statistic categories and each scoring period's winner is determined solely by which team accumulates the most fantasy points versus a single opponent.

    What does head to head each category mean? ›

    Head-to-Head: Each Category

    For each scoring period, team totals are accumulated and a win, loss or tie is credited in each category based on the matchup results (i.e. 6-3-1 in a 10 category league). If selected, your league will have team schedules/playoffs and you will have the option to set up divisions.

    What does "head to head win" mean? ›

    Head-to-Head Winner. A candidate is a Head-to-Head winner if he or she beats all other candidates by majority rule when they meet head-to-head (one-on-one). To decide if a Head-to-Head winner exists: Every candidate is matched on a one-on-one basis with every other candidate.

    How are fantasy points calculated in hockey? ›

    Skaters
    • Goals: 3 points.
    • Assists: 2 points.
    • Shots On Goal: 0.5 points.
    • Plus/Minus: 1 point.
    • Blocks: 0.5 points.
    • Power Play Goals/Assists: 0.5 points.
    • Short-Handed Goals/Assists: 0.5 points.
    • Shootout Goals: 0.2 points.

    How does fantasy score work? ›

    A touchdown is worth 6 points for an NFL team and 6 fantasy points for a player on a fantasy team (in most leagues). Fantasy players are also awarded points for yardage gained, such as 1 point for every 10 yards gained rushing or receiving.

    How is projected points calculated in fantasy hockey? ›

    NOTES: These point projections (for 82-game season) have been quantified based on factors including but not limited to past performance in the regular season and Stanley Cup Playoffs, projected line combinations, power-play usage, injury history or concern, sleeper upside, anticipated regression or bounce-back ...

    How does fantasy hockey weekly scoring work? ›

    Most fantasy hockey leagues are weekly matchups, meaning the scores are totaled up for every player from games on Monday until Sunday. Some leagues also do head-to-head stats for each category, so whoever has the most goals would get one point, and whoever has the most categories won would win the week.

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