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Lineup Management - Detailed Breakdown:
Number of fantasy points your team has accumulated in this
Shows swaps left for the week. Blue dot means available swap,
blank dot means swap used; 2 swaps per week for active or
Coin beside your name means you won the coin flip and in
the event of a tie at the end of the week you will be declared
- Total number of game opportunities used for the week
- Transactions made during the contest; swaps.
- Click here to display your lineup
Click here to display stats and fantasy points for your lineup
Waiver wire. The purpose is to allow the equivalent of a
swap for the next week in an equitable manner.
Your opponent's Lineup and Stats. Use it to build your strategy.
Projected games and fantasy points by game earned for the
The numerator is the number of available games remaining
in the contest for that position. The denominator is the
MAXIMUM number that can be used in the contest for that position.
If numerator > denominator, you either need to bench a
player(s) or the games played first in the schedule will
count. If the numerator < denominator, then you have still
remaining game opportunities in the contest by position and
if you want to “get” more games, you’ll have to swap a player
for another player who has more game opportunities left in
the contest. See 6 on how to swap.
A red dot means “inactive” and the player can be swapped
out without having to use one of your 2 weekly swaps. See
6 on how to swap.
- A green dot means active and expected to play in the game
Orange dot means “pending”. Most goalies show as pending
until they are confirmed as the starter. A goalie who
is not starting will stay “pending”.
**It is a good idea to “bench” a goalie who is not starting because if he is called into the game later, he will be using up one of your game opportunities for the week **. See 7 on how to bench.
When swapping a player who is a red dot (inactive) or to
use one of your available 2 swaps, click on this button and
you will be presented with all the remaining available players
who have not been picked up or drafted by another team.
To “bench” a player (e.g. non-starting goalie or a player
that you’d like to bench because you are over the maximum
number of game opportunities by position, toggle the button
below the game in question to red.