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is anyone out there having the same problem? a couple of days ago all the games played by all the teams in my league went crazy and now yahoo says we're all under in max games by minus 10, minus 26, minus 15 etc. when just 2 or 3 days ago it was normal at plus 1, even, plus 2. how do i fix this? its screwing up our keeper league...
- 1 Reply to Puck Pusher
This is what I would do.
Check to see how many games your players have played.
There are about 60 some games left for each team (check official stats to be certain).
Assume the players you want to play stay healthy and play all of those games. How close is the projection?
I am sure it will be fixed soon. But this is not like baseball where teams play every day and it is hard to catch up. Hockey teams play 2-4 games a week. You will have plenty of opportunity to catch up as the season progresses even if the stats are inaccurate..
..almost everyone has noticed the sudden change to the Projected Games numbers, which occured overnight the night of Monday Nov 16,2009, By my calc, RW C LW Util and G are now 8 games lower than they were (ie it gives the impression that more games are available ) and D is 12 games lower. The Games Played and Games Remaining figures are correct I believe.
I think what is so upsetting is that Yahoo HAS NOT ACKNOWLEDGED THE ISSUE. A message should have been posted on all pool league pages and sent to each Commish. VERY disappointing----ronny t
- 1 Reply to kyle m
That was my first thought, but then it occurred to me...
If it was the incorporation of the Olympic break, then wouldn't the figures break the other way? In other words, we should all be way OVER (+23, +14) not way under.
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