Your NHL Hockey Pool has never been easier

Spend five minutes setting up your NHL pool, let your pool members know how to join and enter their picks online each week, and sit back and enjoy the hockey season. Our NHL pool hosting and management service is completely web-based and does all the heavy-lifting for you.

Pool Features

Easy Setup
Your pool will be up and running in minutes, ready to invite members.
No Obligation
Run your pool for free through the first week of the season.
Configuration Options
Lots of scoring and configuration options for the Administrator
Online Pick Sheets
Members make picks online using our bullet-proof pick sheets.
Automatic Deadlines
Picks are locked down at the beginning of each week of games.
Real-time Updating

Standings and reports will be updated as games end

Detailed Reporting

Pick summaries, tournament and year-to-date standings, and more

Private Message Board

Post your rules, trash talk, and communicate with other members

NHL Hockey Pool Formats

NHL Survivor Pools

Survive and advance!

Also known as Suicide, Eliminator, Knockout, or Last Man Standing pools. Pool members choose one NHL team each week that they believe will win.

  • Each pool member chooses one NHL team from the slate of Saturday games.
  • If their pick is correct, they survive until the next week.
  • An incorrect pick eliminates the player from the pool for the remainder of the season.
  • Lots of options including: elimination settings, mulligans, automatic pick assignment for missed picks, and more!

NHL Pick'em Pools

Create your Pick'em pool for the NHL Season

Add to the excitement with your own pool for your family, friends, or business promotion.

  • Each pool member picks every NHL game on the Saturday slate of games.
  • Standings are calculated for the week and for the year-to-date.
  • Options include number of games to pick each week, best bet, automatic pick assignment for missed picks, and more!

Stanley Cup Playoff Bracket Pools

Pick the Stanley Cup Brackets!

  • Members try to pick the winner of each NHL Playoff series
  • For each series, they also pick how many games they think the series will go (4, 5, 6 or 7 games)
  • Points values increase as the tournament progresses (points per round are configurable by the Pool Administrator)
  • The winning entry is the one with the most points at the end of Playoffs.