The HFL is an enforcer based fantasy hockey league where teams are comprised of the best fighters from the past and present.
Prior to every season a 6 round draft will take place. Teams will select enforcers from a pre-determined list of fighters.
Each game consists of 3 individual fight matchups. 3 randomly selected enforcers from each team will compete against each other. Each enforcer will be randomly assigned a different stage in his career. 1 point is awarded to the winning team in each of the fights.
Regulation win (3 points) = Team wins 3/3 fight matchups
Overtime win (2 points) = Team wins 2/3 fight matchups
Overtime loss (1 point) = Team wins 1/3 fight matchups
Regulation loss (0 points) = Team loses all 3 fight matchups
Rookie = the first season of the enforcer’s career
Prime = the time in which the enforcer was at the height of his career
Veteran = the last season of the enforcer’s career
All fight matchups are judged by the league and its judge(s).
The top 8 teams in each conference qualify for the playoffs and the chance to compete for the Ferguson Cup.
If two teams are tied in points at the end of the regular season the standings are determined by the following order: 1) The greater number of regulation wins 2) The greater number of OT wins 3) A single fight matchup. One of the Top 2
If multiple teams are tied in points at the end of the regular season the standings are determined by the following order: 1) The greater number of regulation wins 2) The greater number of OT wins 3) One of the Top 2 enforcers from each team will be randomly selected and ranked in order of toughness by the league and its judge(s). All fighters will be in their prime (no rookie or veteran stage).
All rounds of the playoffs are best-of-seven series with each game consisting of one fight matchup. An enforcer cannot participate in multiple games within a series unless a 7th game is required. In this case one of the Top 2 enforcers from each team will be randomly selected for game 7.
Yes. As long at the same number of players are going both ways. Teams must have 6 enforcers on their roster at all times.
Yes. Check the Free Agents tab on the menu to view enforcers that are eligible to be signed throughout the regular season. An enforcer from your roster must be put on waivers in order to sign a free agent.
Please use the Contact Us form on the website if interested in joining the HFL.