I love this format… I am now in two of the leagues and will have to fight the urge to join another next year. Can’t say enough about the work the commish puts into it to make it easy and fun.
Capwise is by far the best fantasy hockey league with which I’ve ever been involved. The GMs are pleasant, responsive, and crazy about hockey. The rulebook is both intricate and simple. The forums are well-maintained and clean. To me, it’s not a hobby. It’s an addiction!
If you want a league where the keys are cap management and prospect evaluation, then this is the league for you. The commish is attentive, reasonable, and fair, while the other GMs provide great and friendly competition. I can’t imagine playing fantasy hockey any other way!
If you’re looking for a new league, then don’t hesitate to sign up for one of Capwise’s many leagues. You’ll be hard-pressed to find a deeper and more fun league!
This league is a really great and unique spin on the game of fantasy hockey. If you really like fantasy hockey and also prospects, international hockey, and the business of hockey, this is a great league for you.
Capwise is a fantasy GM salary cap league where you can make a few bucks, too! If you’re wondering what it feels like to be a GM, step into the world of Capwise.
I have been in hockey pools for 30 years. Of all the pools, Capwise has been the most challenging, plus the most fun. From commish to the GMs, it is a 10 out of 10.
This is my first season in this league and I gotta say that it’s very well run and well organized. It’s a very challenging league and the way you have to deal with the cap and plan your moves is a lot of fun.
Capwise is by far the best fantasy hockey league I have been in to date. The structure and owners are top notch, and I would recommend this league to anyone serious about playing within a cap-oriented dynasty structure. Happy to be here!
This is as close as it gets for us armchair GMs. Not only is this a perfect way to challenge your fantasy hockey talents, but it will greatly expand your knowledge of the ins and outs that go into an NHL organization with tracking stats, salary caps, current players, and prospects.