I've set up an ESPN fantasy hockey league for fellow PensBurgers. If you want to join send me an email and I will shoot you an invite. I'd like to get anywhere from 8-16 teams in the league doing a rotisserie set up. For those who are possibly looking to get into fantasy hockey this may be a great way to start, it's usually less work through the year to manage a team and might be a little simpler when it comes to scoring as well. For the newbies to fantasy I'll explain a bit after the jump.
Rotisserie is a style of fantasy sports that is at it's most basic. Rotisserie is mostly used for fantasy baseball and fantasy hockey where head-to-head is more of a fantasy football format that other fantasy sports have adopted. You have stat categories, and the team that leads the category gets x points(in a 10 team league 1st place would get 10pts, 2nd gets 9pts, 3rd gets 8pts....10th gets 1pt). Below is an image from a league I was in last year with some friends from work. You should be able to get an idea of some of stat categories that are listed and how the scoring works.
You might need to click on the image to make it easier to read.
If anyone has any question shoot away in the comments or fire me off an email.