The information about all 30 NHL teams is current and concise. The user interface is easy, the colors are vibrant, the look of it is playful. The entire site sends you down a rabbit hole of seemingly endless data about the salary cap, team payrolls and other NHL financial data.
If this sounds like Cap Geek, the much-missed salary cap site founded by the late Matthew Wuest, that’s the point. General Fanager, which recently launched, was inspired by that game-changing NHL salary site, which ceased operation as Wuest battled cancer. He passed away on March 19.
“That's really how it started. Like many in the community, I've missed CapGeek incredibly. It was an incredible resource and it's difficult to imagine anything will match it,” said Tomasz Poraszka, founder of General Fanager.
Of the sites we’ve seen that seek to fill that void, his one comes closest to capturing the user experience that endeared Cap Geek to so many.
We reached out to Poraszka recently about General Fanager to getRead More »from Has hockey found the next Cap Geek? (Puck Daddy Q&A)