It’s easy! Every player has a specific salary that’s based on their expected performance. The players projected to get more points have higher salaries. Your job is to fill all 9 positions on our fantasy hockey roster — LW, LW, RW, RW, C, C, D, D, G — while staying under the total salary cap for your team. And you can’t pick more than 4 players from the same NHL team, so choose wisely. To learn more about picking your players, visit our Fantasy Hockey Training Camp.
It’s a lot like the traditional fantasy hockey you’re used to, and accurately rewards players for their in-game performances. To learn all the basics of playing fantasy hockey on FanDuel, visit our Fantasy Hockey Training Camp. And for a full breakdown of every fantasy sport’s scoring, see our Rules Page.
You can play paid and free contests in every state except AZ, ID, HI, LA, MT, NV, and WA. In those states with restrictions, you can still play in any free-to-enter fantasy hockey contest. To help bring fantasy hockey regulation to your state, visit FantasyForAll.com.