Pick exactly who you want with our salary cap format
Immediate cash payouts to league winners. Get paid that same night!
Over 1,000+ open leagues every day of the NHL season
There's no season-long commitment - you only play when you want
League entry fees range from $1 to $535
How To Play
1. Join a one-day league for real money
Winners get paid right after that night's games end. And the next day, a whole new season begins.
2. It only takes a few minutes to pick your team
Our salary cap format puts you in the driver's seat. Pick exactly who you want for that day's games.
3. No obligation to play daily; no subscription fees
Play when you want to. Feel like skipping a day? A week? Longer? No problem.
How our scoring works:
It's exactly like the season-long fantasy hockey that you're used to - your players rack up fantasy points for the stats they put up during a game
Who Do You Play?
Join a public league right now
Our draft lobby has over 1,000+ leagues every day of the 2013 NHL season, so finding an open one-day hockey league will only take seconds. Join one, pick your lineup, and you’re in. Second thoughts or late lineup scratches? No worries. You can edit your team as many times as you want until the games start. League sizes range from 2 to 10,000+ teams (yes, really), with entry fees from $1 to $535 and all kinds of payout structures. The typical FanDuel league has more than one winner. Some, like our 50/50 leagues, pay the top 50% of finishers!
Create a private league for you and your friends
Challenge your friends in a private league. Choose your league size, entry fee, and payout distribution.
Play safely and legally
Yes, it's completely legal in the US and Canada!
In plain and simple terms, it's perfectly legal to play in our cash fantasy hockey leagues , as long as you're in the US or Canada and 18 years of age or older. Fantasy sports is considered a game of skill and received a specific exemption from the 2006 Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act. We've even partnered up with companies like NBC, Sports Illustrated, Comcast, Sporting News, and lots of other big names. Learn more about the legal jargon here.