Choose exactly who you want with our salary cap format
Same-day cash payouts to league winners
1,000+ open leagues every day of the 13-14 season
No season-long commitment. Play on your own terms
Entry fees range from $1 to $535
How To Play
1. Enter a one-day league for real money
Finish in the money and get paid that same night. And then the next day, it's like a totally new season.
2. Pick your team - it's fast and easy
No luck of the draft order; you choose your own players with our salary cap format.
3. No season-long commitment; you're never locked in
How often you play is all up to you. Play every day, or just once in a while. How's that for flexibility?
How your team scores fantasy points
If you've ever played season-long fantasy hockey, you'll have no problem figuring this out. Every stat has a point value. The more points your team puts up, the higher you'll rank in your league. Click here to view our scoring system.
Visit our draft lobby and you'll find over 1,000+ open leagues every day of the 2013-14 NHL season. Jump into a league, pick your team for that day, and you’re set. Do you go back and forth about players sometimes? We've all been there, which is why you can edit your team up as many times as you want until that day's games begin. League sizes range from 2 (head to head), all the way up to huge leagues with 10,000+ teams (yep, seriously), with entry fees from $1 to $535 and all tons of payout structures. Many of them pay out thousands of dollars to winners. The typical FanDuel league has more than one winner. Some, like our 50/50 leagues, pay the top half of all finishers nearly double their money back.
Create a private league for you and your friends
Challenge your friends in a private league. You get to 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.