Keeper League #2

Dobber Sports

2007-03-17

How to Start a Keeper League – Version #2
This one is an interesting twist – you have a limited number of “keepers” – for two, three, and four years, and after that they cannot be re-signed – check it out….Sent in by Freddy….

 

Freddy’s League Features Summary:

1. Up to four “keeper” league

2. Various “keeper” contract lengths

3. No-resigning once keeper contract expires

4. No off-season trading

5. Player with expiring contract may be resigned by new team after trade

6. May trade picks for up to 3 years in the future

7. Limited- Release System: only for retirement, NHL exit or career threatening injury

8. Unique draft order

9. Defunct owner and expansion structure

10. Yearly league vote category evaluation

RULES AND REGULATIONS:

Keepers

1. Each team begins with four "keepers" total: two with two years, one three-year, and one four-year keeper. At the end of Year One, you are left with one two-year, one three-year, and you would then add one four-year. The two two-year guys become one year guys, so they will no longer be keepers for next season. At end of Year Two, you are left with one two-year.
2. No re-signing allowed.
3. At the end of each season, everyone keeps three players from their team: one for two years, one for three years, and one for four years. At the end of next season you would get to keep one additional person. This brings your total of keepers up from three to four.
4. You must notify the commissioner 14 days prior to the new season's draft of your keepers from the previous year. This gives the league enough time to notify each team of everyone's keepers.

Trading

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1. Trading can only be done while we have an open Yahoo league. No trading during the summer months when people can’t voice their opinions about the trade.
2. There are two “Categories” of keepers:
A. Those with less than one year remaining on their “contract” (meaning their keeper status will expire at the end of the present season);
B. Those with more than one year remaining on their “contract”.
NOTE: If you own a player in Category A, it is in your best interest to trade them for value since you CANNOT resign the player for another contract at the end of the season. If you trade a player with less than one year left, the new owner IS able to sign them to a new contract.
NOTE#2: If you trade a player in Category B, the new owner IS NOT able to resign the player at the expiration of the contract. The new owner is, however, able to keep that player through the remainder of the original contract.
3. You can trade draft picks up to three seasons away.