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Hockey aficionados may like Puckdoku, which combines Sudoku with NHL stats. Puckdoku participants choose gridmates by row and column. Participants must meet guidelines and add strategy and hockey skills to the game.
The squad requires one NHL regular-season game played by players. This ensures only NHL-experienced players play.
Award/Stat Criteria: Some cells require players to have won a squad award or stat that season. The game is complicated because players must match their achievements to those of their team and season.
Relocated teams are considered one team for "Teams Played" purposes. Kovalchuk matters even though the Jets moved.
Moving Under the Same Name: A team that changes names is not the same game team. Players' accomplishments with other teams are recognized because the 1990s Winnipeg Jets are distinct from the present Jets.
To create diversity, players can only use each player once. Strategic thinking and avoiding repetition by unusual performers are encouraged.
Once a player is chosen and placed in a cell, the guess cannot be changed. This increases risk and demands careful choice.
Any player pick counts as a shot, regardless of accuracy. Reduce shots to lower the score.
Sum each player's pick percentage and add 100 for each empty cell to compute uniqueness. Players chose more creatively and skillfully when scoring was lower.
Daily Games: A new Puckdoku game tests hockey knowledge and strategy every day.
Stathead offers all Puckdoku player data, ensuring accuracy and reliability.
Hockey fans can test their NHL knowledge, analytical thinking, and puzzle-solving skills daily with Puckdoku. Take your skates and hockey stick to explore Puckdoku!