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1st Period Results

Nearly a month late posting this but what the hell. After Carolina put up a bit of a fight, the Detroit juggernaut took over late in November and rolled through to a win. Period two started December 1 and runs through to the end of January.

1 Detroit Red Wings 299
2 Carolina Hurricanes 291
3 Philadelphia Flyers 233
4 Ottawa Senators 233
5 Nashville Predators 226
6 Edmonton Oilers 225
7 New York Rangers 223
8 Dallas Stars 221
9 Colorado Avalanche 214
10 Phoenix Coyotes 204
10 Winnipeg Jets 171
12 Tampa Bay Lightning 202
13 Boston Bruins 200
14 Minnesota Wild 199
15 Calgary Flames 197
16 Pittsburgh Penguins 186
17 Chicago Blackhawks 186
18 San Jose Sharks 184
19 St. Louis Blues 184
20 Toronto Maple Leafs 202
21 New York Islanders 173
22 Montreal Canadiens 153
23 Vancouver Canucks 152
24 New Jersey Devils 146
25 Anaheim Ducks 144
26 Columbus Blue Jackets 144
27 Washington Capitals 141
28 Buffalo Sabres 138
29 Los Angeles Kings 120
30 Florida Panthers 60

2010-11 Final Results

1     Carolina Hurricanes 1006
2     Detroit Red Wings      995
3     Columbus Blue Jackets     910
4     Colorado Avalanche     872
5     Edmonton Oilers     788
6     Tampa Bay Lightning     782
7     Minnesota Wild     764
8     Atlanta Thrashers     762
9     Dallas Stars     752
10     Chicago Blackhawks     736
11     Pittsburgh Penguins     727
12     St. Louis Blues     717
13     Boston Bruins     714
14     Ottawa Senators     687
15     New York Islanders     628
16     Phoenix Coyotes     627
17     San Jose Sharks     604
18     Anaheim Ducks     586
18     Calgary Flames     586
20     New Jersey Devils     568
21     Buffalo Sabres     537
22     Toronto Maple Leafs     509
23     Montreal Canadiens     496
24     New York Rangers     483
25     Washington Capitals     481
26     Los Angeles Kings     454
27     Philadelphia Flyers     431
28     Nashville Predators     415
29     Florida Panthers     401
30     Vancouver Canucks     338

2nd Period Results

With the all star break the 2nd prize period wraps up. As a tight a race as the 1st period was, the 2nd wasn’t close. Detroit led seemingly wire to wire with the other teams just trying to keep pace.

The final period running through the remainder of the season should prove interesting as the fight for the top is a close race. Will one of the top teams take the 3rd period prize or will another team make a run for the playoffs and grab the prize?

    1    Detroit Red Wings     328
    2    Columbus Blue Jackets     301
    3    Carolina Hurricanes     297
    4    Tampa Bay Lightning     272
    5    Boston Bruins     269
    6    Edmonton Oilers     263
    7    Dallas Stars     260
    8    Minnesota Wild     250
    9    Colorado Avalanche     249
    10    Atlanta Thrashers     245
    11    Chicago Blackhawks     236
    12    Ottawa Senators     230
    13    Pittsburgh Penguins     230
    14    St. Louis Blues     220
    15    New York Islanders     217
    16    Calgary Flames     198
    17    San Jose Sharks     195
    18    Phoenix Coyotes     193
    19    Anaheim Ducks     187
    20    Buffalo Sabres     181
    21    Toronto Maple Leafs     178
    22    New York Rangers     161
    23    Los Angeles Kings     158
    24    New Jersey Devils     153
    25    Montreal Canadiens     151
    26    Florida Panthers     138
    27    Washington Capitals     137
    28    Nashville Predators     124
    29    Philadelphia Flyers     115
    30    Vancouver Canucks     82

1st Period Results

The 1st prize period has ended and the end result of a hotly contested run for the money saw Colorado and Carolina deadlocked in a tight race on the last day of play. On the last day Carolina ended up having a big night on the backs of a shutout by Rinne and multi-point efforts by Sharp, Versteeg, and Byfuglien and pulled away with the win.

The 2nd prize period runs from Dec 1 through to the end of play on Jan 31. GMs are reminded the $50 prize is for the most points within the two month window, the teams at the top of the standings are not guaranteed to win.

Barring official scoring changes the 1st period standings are as follows:

  1. Carolina Hurricanes 302
  2. Colorado Avalanche 291
  3. Columbus Blue Jackets 283
  4. Detroit Red Wings 260
  5. Chicago Blackhawks 236
  6. Edmonton Oilers 226
  7. Minnesota Wild 225
  8. Atlanta Thrashers 222
  9. Pittsburgh Penguins 219
  10. Tampa Bay Lightning 216
  11. St. Louis Blues 215
  12. San Jose Sharks 199
  13. New York Islanders 199
  14. Boston Bruins 198
  15. Anaheim Ducks 191
  16. Dallas Stars 186
  17. New Jersey Devils 184
  18. Ottawa Senators 182
  19. Calgary Flames 181
  20. Phoenix Coyotes 169
  21. Toronto Maple Leafs 168
  22. Washington Capitals 166
  23. Buffalo Sabres 158
  24. Montreal Canadiens 151
  25. Los Angeles Kings 148
  26. Florida Panthers 127
  27. New York Rangers 124
  28. Philadelphia Flyers 118
  29. Vancouver Canucks 114
  30. Nashville Predators 100

Keepers

Keep him, keep him, nope, keep him, that guy’s a bum, keep him…

The keeper deadline is end of day on the 31st. Some interesting strategies have already been revealed by those who declared early. Who is keeping two goalies sacrificing skaters and who is going with the full compliment of skaters? Should be interesting to see which players are available for the drafts and if this plays a part in any trade negotiations.

Welcome to Hit the Net Hockey

Welcome to Hit the Net hockey the new and improved fantasy league formerly known as CPDL. Moving to our own site will have a number of advantages and will really allow us to develop the league and make it a more complete experience. We also have complete control over this site where the previous CPDL was not one which we controlled.

This page will serve as an official sort of welcoming for new members and to those who just happen by the site. From the pages on the right you’ll see some of the important information such as the collective bargaining agreement and a running history of the league champion and other prize winners.

Above that are links to so important sites you may frequent. The most important links are of course the link to the Hit the Net forum where you’ll spend a bunch of your time and a link t the Fantrax hockey pool manager.

Cheers and welcome.