Since I don't want to run a football leauge, I'd be willing to run a hockey league on JD/Yahoo. I'm presuming they have hockey on Yahoo, we've typically used a different online site, but for consistency and since we're running other pools on there, I thought it simplest to stay.
Usual point schemes are remarkably easy except for the goalies:
1 goal = 1 point
1 assist = 1 point
1 goal = 5 points
1 assist = 5 points
win = 2 points
tie = 1 point
shutout = 3 points.
In the past, we've run goalies/shutouts at 5 points but that tends to make them the best players on the team in terms of points. A 3 point line for a shutout means a good goalie is still important, but not absolutely critical. I'm open to all manner of suggestions regarding goalie point scoring schemes.
Typically we draft 10-12 players, one of which must be a goalie. We can increase that number if you like, but we usually only use three spares (two skaters, one goalie) in addition to whatever we're allowed to start. Sort of a draft 'em and live with 'em unless they're hurt scheme.