RULES: SCORING FORMATS

STANDARD SCORING FORMATS (Free and Prize-Eligible)
Both Free Standard and Prize-Eligible games have two scoring formats available: Rotisserie and head-to-head: each category. These are the most commonly used scoring formats in Fantasy Hockey. The two formats are defined below.

  • Rotisserie: Rotisserie, or "roto," is the most common way to play FHL. Teams are ranked from first to last in each statistical category. Points are then awarded according to the order in each category and totaled to determine an overall score and league rank.

  • Head-to-head: each category: H2H: each category is the most common type of head-to-head play in FHL. It allows you to select "X" number of statistical categories. 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, and playoffs and the option to set up divisions.
For more information on Standard league scoring formats click here.

CUSTOM LEAGUE SCORING FORMATS
Custom leagues can be created using one of five different scoring formats. These formats can be further customized by the league creator by tweaking individual categories and points. The five formats are defined below:
  • Rotisserie: Rotisserie, or "roto," is the most common way to play fantasy hockey. In this scoring type teams are ranked from first to last in each statistical category. Points are then awarded according to the order in each category and totaled to determine an overall score and league rank.

  • Points-Based: Points-based scoring allows you to assign a given point value to each individual statistical category (i.e., goal = 3, assist = 1, etc.) Standings are based on the accumulation of points covering all statistical categories and combined into one total points column. The team with the most overall points wins.

  • Head-to-Head: Points: H2H: points is similar to how fantasy football is played. It allows you to assign a given point value to individual statistical categories (i.e., win = 5, shutout = 3, etc.) and each scoring period's winner is determined solely by which team accumulates the most fantasy points versus a single opponent. The end result is a win (1-0-0), loss (0-1-0) or tie (0-0-1). If selected, your league will have team schedules and playoffs (optional), and you will have the option to set up divisions.

  • Head-to-Head: Each Category: H2H: each category is the most common type of head-to-head play in fantasy hockey. It allows you to select "X" number of statistical categories. 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 and playoffs (optional), and you will have the option to set up divisions.

  • Head-to-Head: Most Categories: H2H: most categories allows you to set "X" number of statistical categories. For each scoring period (usually Monday through Sunday) team totals are accumulated in each of the categories. At the end the scoring period the winner is determined by which team wins the most number of categories. The end result is a win (1-0-0), loss (0-1-0) or tie (0-0-1). These results correspond directly to each team's overall record. If selected, your league will have team schedules and playoffs (optional), and you will have the option to set up divisions.
For more information on Custom league scoring formats click here.