Welcome to our Hockey Survivor Pools!
Pick one team to win from Saturday's NHL schedule or get a strike. Optional single, double or triple knockout. Last entry alive is the winner.
Commish Message NHL is a little weird this year with the half-season, new divisions, and schedule, but let's get through the weird together as best we can. This is our free entry survivor pool.
Pick one team a week from the Saturday NHL schedule to win. If they win, then you get a checkmark. If they lose, then you get a strike. Once you get TWO strikes (hence the double knockout), you're out! Cannot pick the same team twice.
The weekly pick deadline is 7:00 pm Eastern on Saturdays but earlier games must be picked before opening puck drop. This pool is open to all members. Limit 1 entry per member. Good luck! Also join free entry pick'em pool.
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