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  • A Yahoo! User Dec 11, 2008 12:26 AM Flag

    Cheating the Goalie System

    Hey I have a question.

    In a rotisserie league, if you attain a good goals against average and save% and are willing to take the hit for wins, is there any downside to trading away your goalies for great forwards? I mean, If you already got averages that most likely can't be beaten and are behind in a lot of other areas, why not?

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    • thats why i dont participate in rotisserie leagues, with people i dont know

    • Yes this is something many have done in the past but it takes away from the whole season. Though most teams would be pissed off that you would be #1 in two goalie categories without even using goaltenders. As well as trading them away for quality players which significantly increases the offensive stats, it just depends on how many stats there are in your league. Im assuming its:
      G, A, +/-, PPP, SHP, SOG, PIM, W, Saves, Save%, GAA, SHO. Give or take a couple.... either way you win 2 of the 4-5 stats than thats a good thing but it all depends on when you get those players, would have worked best at the start of the season but if you had good enough stats till now than maybe you could still be in the top of the offensive categories. I guess my answer if might as well do it if you feel that is the only way you can win.

    • how gay are you....its a fun pool...draft, trade & play with normal human rules

    • It doesnt really help since you are only guaranteeing being the best in two categories, while tanking two categories (W, SHO). In reality, you are just guaranteeing averaging 6th place in points in all 4 categories. That's not going to win a league.


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