1st Annual PON Fantasy Hockey League

This year we introduce the Pucks On Net Fantasy Hockey League’s inaugural season. Despite being a Vancouver hockey podcast that doesn’t talk about fantasy or fancy stats, these fantasy leagues are always a great time.

Geeta, Ryan, Dave and Paul will each have a fantasy team and we are reaching out to PON listeners and Patreon backers to help round out the 16 team league which will have a weekly head to head format.

The fantasy draft will take place on Monday, October 1st at 8:30pm PST (after we record our season preview podcast).

It will be on a first come, first serve basis. We will give priority to our Patreon backers. If you pledge $5 or more each month to Pucks On Net on Patreon, you will be given first priority.

If you are already a Patreon backer and want to have a team in our fantasy league, send us an email (pucksonnetca@gmail.com).

If you are not yet a Patreon backer, now is the perfect time! Pledge $5+ a month and get access to our bonus content AND have a team in the PON Fantasy League.

If you do not wish to use use Patreon but want to have a team, please send us an email. We will try to accommodate you if there are any remaining spots. There will still be a $10 CAD buy in to join the league if you are not a Patreon backer.

The maximum amount of teams in this fantasy league is 18. It’s a firm cap, so you better get your hat in the race soon! Pay outs and total prize amounts will be announced following the draft.

All the best and good luck!

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