No. 110 – Fantasy Hockey Architecture 201
Fantasy Hockey Podcast: how to set up an awesome fantasy hockey league. Plus discussion on Vermette, Kessel and more…
Last summer, Elan and Brian offered up a crash course on how to design an awesome fantasy hockey league. On this week's episode of the Keeping Karlsson Fantasy Hockey Podcast, they follow up with their latest revelations in Fantasy Hockey Architecture, and announce the categories, rosters, and transactions specifics for Season 2 of the Keeping Karlsson Ultimate Patron Fantasy League (KKUPFL).
The guys offer a refresher the basics of league design, and then reflect on lessons learned from Season 1 of the KKUPFL. They also give you a window into their thought processes as they try to make the KKUPFL more ultimate than ever, including the categories and league settings that most piqued their interest as they ready the KKUPFL for the 2016-17 season.
Players discussed on this episode include Antoine Vermette, and previous incarnations of Roman Josi, Matt Martin, Phil Kessel, Matt Murray, James van Riemsdyk, Tyler Bozak, Mike Condon, Carey Price, and more.
A reminder that SeatGeek is offering listeners a $20 rebate off your first ticket purchase: just head to their website or download the app, go to your profile, and enter the promo code KEEPING before buying your tickets!
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