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FM hockey pucks fantasy league coming soon.

I will invite last years players first, then open it up to first come.

it was a good league last year, and we will open league rules disscusion earlier this year so everything is set for the draft., what was good or what was bad last year.

early september it starts, I will try to get it as soon as possible.

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Everything was fine last year I thought. Maybe add some more categories. I think we started late last year. Just start on time this year and pick a draft date. I believe the season starts somewhere around the 1st of October.

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Thanks for putting it together again. I'll be in once you post the details. Hockey isn't far away now grin

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I thought last year was fun and would like to do it again. Biff is right add a few more stats and start on time this year.

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I'm ready for the season to start. Im in. Last year was an okay year for me. I think I finished right in the middle of the pack.

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the league has been set up. I sent out invites to last years players first. there were a few teams that had no e-mail address, so was unable to send those invites.

please check you e-mail, and get in the league.

I will give out the information to anyone that wants to play when last years players had a chance to join.

we should be able start on time this year.

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I was in last year but didn't get an email - jwhjr17@comcast.net

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Last year was fun. I'm back for more this year. Thanks for the

invite!!!

Brian

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i'd love to play also, depending on space.

sjb_55005@yahoo.com

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thanks for the invite, i'm in.

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Sounds like fun. I have center ice every year. Why not try this out. Let me know if there is room after everyone else that is already invited signs up.

jwool779@hughes.net

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roofer you have mail

I am waiting for one more player from last year, if he does not sign up, I will have a opening. I will give out info monday afternoon.

for those players already in, I will set the draft status to ready about 1 week after the league is full, so this gives everyone time to prerank your players if you want to.

season starts in october

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Could you sned that email again please. I've been having issues with my email account.

Thanks

jlee@wiktel.com

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I'd like to get involved in this too. Hockey has always been my #1 sport in a city that is ruled by football. (Pittsburgh) Please consider adding me to the league...

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the league is full

I will set the draft status to ready next week, to give everyone time to pre-rank players if you choose.

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Thanks for putting it together again, it should be fun.

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