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donghabs98 05-06-2013 08:59 PM

D habs98 GM Game v5.0-Sign Up+ Discussion Part 2
D habs98 GM Game v5.0
To join the game pm me your top 3 teams you want. You MUST be active to play this game, if you prove to be inactive you could be fired at any time.

League Schedule
  • Game Start: April 26th 2013
  • Trading Deadline: April 4th 2013
  • Standings Voting:
  • Quarterfinal Voting:
  • Semi-final Voting:
  • Conference Final Voting
  • Cup Finals:
  • Entry Draft:

All times are EST and are subject to change

Salary Cap
  • $70,200,000M
  • We are using 2012-13 Cap Hits
  • All teams MUST be under the cap at all times, any trade completed that puts a team over the cap will be vetoed.
  • Use CapGeek to find players salaries as well as NTCs and NMCs.

League Chatzy

  • If you'd like to place a player on waivers, post in this thread along with the player's contract information.
  • To save time and avoid confusion and complications, waivers will be "first come, first serve". Whoever puts in a claim first will get the player.
  • If you claim a player and he puts you over the cap, it will be vetoed and the said player will be put back on the waiver wire.
  • Teams will have 12 hours to claim a player off the wire before he clears.
  • Once a player is placed on waivers, he cannot be taken out until he clears. Once he clears, you may send him through re-entry waivers if you wish, but keep in mind if someone puts in a claim you will have to pay half of the player's salary and cap hit.
  • Only 2 players can be place on waivers

  • All trades MUST be sent to donghabs98 and Water Knight
  • Deals involving NTCs or NMCs MUST be confirmed by 2 out of 4 commissioners Water Knight, CoachBadkitten, Avs44, Gaborikthebeast before being announced, or it will be vetoed. Include a reason why the player will waive to be traded.
  • Use this template
    Player name:
    Being Traded From:
    Being Traded To:
    Reasons why to wavie:
  • Any trade, NTC or not, announced before being sent in will be vetoed.
  • Keep in mind that any deal the League thinks is outrageous can and will be vetoed, so don't pull anything stupid.
  • If a trade puts a team over the cap, it will be vetoed.
  • If a deal is vetoed, you won't be able to make the exact deal again.
  • Trading is not allowed before all GM's have joined. Any deal announced before this will be vetoed.

Cap Retention
  • Up to 50% of a player's cap hit may be retained
  • If a player whose cap hit has been retained and is being traded a second time, a maximum of 10% of the NEW cap hit may be retained and upon being traded the third time, no cap hit may be retained.


UFA Agent-
RFA Agent-


Re-signings and signings
  • To re-sign a player on your team, PM the respective agents for your RFA's,
  • Pending FA's can be found at CapGeekTry to re-sign in groups, it makes it easier for the agents.
  • Don't skimp out on an offer, if you make a terrible offer the player may not re-sign with you at all.
  • Not all players will re-sign, in fact, the majority will probably test free agency.
  • Any player not re-signed by 11:59 P.M. the day before free agency will enter free agency, and you will not have exclusive rights.
  • Just because you made the first, or highest, offer for a player during free agency does NOT mean he will sign with you. Many factors go into a player signing so nothing is a sure thing.

  • Each team gets 2 offersheets
  • The team that owns the player can match as much as it wants
  • RFA's are automatically qualified

Other Rules
  • Inactivity will not be accepted. If you have just one post in the thread one day before the deadline, you will be fired.
  • You MUST keep your roster and Trading block Update
  • Posting in the thread doesn't necissarily mean you will get the job you wanted. Post the team you want and the job you want and I will determine who gets the jobs.
  • If a player is out for the season due to injury, he can't be added to your roster and won't count against your cap. If he's injured but not expected to be out for the rest of the season, he's in play and still counts.
  • If you have any questions regarding the game or how it works, feel free to ask me.

Western Conference

Eastern Conference

donghabs98 05-06-2013 09:00 PM

This is the new thread since the other one is over 1000 posts


Standings will be posted at 5pm EST tomorrow

LatvianTwist 05-06-2013 09:12 PM



Aela* 05-06-2013 09:14 PM

Mia Pascano (sp?) is a good singer.

CoachBadkitten 05-06-2013 09:15 PM


Originally Posted by LatvianTwist (Post 65472679)




Poundcake 05-06-2013 10:44 PM


FlamesFreak4 05-06-2013 11:06 PM

I will be sending in my standings at some point tonight, based on the recent posts here with Final Rosters and updated Rosters in the Team Station thread. So get those up to date!

:flames Final Roster

Sven Baertschi ($1.425m) / Mikael Backlund ($0.761m) / Zack Kassian ($0.870m)
Mason Raymond ($2.275m) / Jordan Schroeder ($0.851m) / Jiri Hudler ($4.000m)
Akim Aliu ($0.730m) / Brendan Gaunce ($1.088m) / J.T. Miller ($1.244m)
Ben Hanowski ($0.900m) / Roman Horak ($0.805m) / Brian McGrattan ($0.600m)

Extras Michal Handzus ($2.500m) / Kevin Westgarth ($0.725m) / Tim Jackman ($0.613m)

T.J. Brodie ($0.578m) / Frank Corrado ($0.599m)
Chris Butler ($1.200m) / Chris Tanev ($0.851m)
Mark Cundari ($0.605m) / Dylan McIlrath ($1.295m)

Extras Matt Carkner ($1.500m) / Joe Corvo ($2.000m)

Cory Schneider ($4.000m)
Joey MacDonald ($0.925m)

Extra Nikolai Khabibulin ($3.750m)

The Calgary Flames have re-built their team into an extremely young group. We are building for the future and have some exciting players that we look forward to building around for many years to come!

However, we are not built to contend for the next couple years, and with that;
Do not vote :flames :yo:

HankTheTankYoLo 05-07-2013 02:07 AM


Danny Cleary ($2.800m) / Nik Antropov ($4.063m) / Eric Fehr ($0.600m)
Stanislav Galiev ($0.661m) / Michael Latta ($0.786m) / Joey Crabb ($0.950m)
Dane Byers ($0.560m) / Mattias Sjogren ($0.900m) / Ryan Stoa ($0.700m)
Casey Wellman ($0.800m) / Cory Emmundefined ($0.533m) / Danick Paquette ($0.685m)
Keith Ballard ($4.200m) / Roman Hamrlik ($3.500m)
Filip Kuba ($4.000m) / Ed Jovanovski ($4.125m)
Jack Hillen ($0.650m) / Ron Hainsey ($4.500m)
Tom Poti ($2.875m) / Steven Oleksy ($0.542m)
Philipp Grubauer ($0.607m)
Tim Thomas ($5.000m)

CAPGEEK.COM TOTALS (follow @capgeek on Twitter)
SALARY CAP: $70,200,000; CAP PAYROLL: $44,036,111; BONUSES: $420,000
CAP SPACE (22-man roster): $26,163,889 - 21 750 000

Vote last and My benchwarmers Will play in the KLLR CUP


Aela* 05-07-2013 06:25 AM

i may or may not have not updated my roster with Nick Schultz...should probably do that. *cough*

The Produce Man 05-07-2013 10:04 AM

Your 2012-2013 Montreal Canadiens (The Erik Karlsson-less Edition)



Max Pacioretty - Steven Stamkos - Martin St. Louis
Jason Pominville - Tomas Plekanec - Brian Gionta
Michael Ryder - Ryan O'Reilly - Patric Hornqvist
Brandon Prust - Paul Gaustad - Jamie McGinn

Spares: Ryan White, Colby Armstrong, Matt Halischuk, Ruslan Fedotenko


P.K. Subban - Andrei Markov
Johnny Boychuk - Josh Gorges
Alexei Emelin - Raphael Diaz

Spares: Bryce Salvador, Francis Bouillon, Davis Drewiske


Carey Price
Peter Budaj

Folks, this is the new look Montreal Canadiens. We are very happy with the final look of the roster going into the playoffs. We added in a young, 60 goal scoring franchise player in Steven Stamkos, as well as his partner in crime and this seasons Art Ross Trophy winner, Martin St. Louis. These two alone would add an offensive surge to any forward group, but we didn't stop there. We added in a fantastic, young 2-way stud in Ryan O'Reilly, former Sabres captain and 30 goal scorer Jason Pominville, one of the best net presences in the NHL in Patric Hornqvist, an energetic versatile winger in Jamie McGinn and a big, defensively sound face off ace in Paul Gaustad. Already having guys like Pacioretty, Plekanec, Ryder and Gionta, we feel that our additions make us extremely difficult to play against. We are also a much tougher group which is required against physical teams like Boston and Toronto in our division, though, we have the depth to adapt our play style to our opponents and can come at you with several different looks.

On the back end, we kept the majority of an excellent defensive core the same, but added 2 very solid, and very physical Stanley Cup winning defenders to the group. This, with our better defensive forwards, will hopefully make life a little easier for Carey Price.

VOTE :habs

Gaborikthebeast 05-07-2013 11:42 AM



Line 1: Dany Heatley ($3.750mó50.0%) / Derek Stepan "A" ($0.875m) / Rick Nash ($7.800m)

Line 2: Troy Brouwer ($1.833mó50.0%) / Jeff Skinner ($5.725m) / Ryan Callahan "C" ($4.275m)

Line 3: Ryane Clowe ($3.625m) / Brad Richards ($6.667m) / Cal Clutterbuck ($0.700m--50.0%)

Line 4: Mats Zuccarello ($0.700m) / John Mitchell ($1.100m) / Carl Hagelin ($0.875m)

EX F: Derek Dorsett ($1.633m) / Steve Sullivan ($1.300m--50.0%)


D Pair 1: Ryan McDonagh "A" ($1.300m) / Dan Girardi "A" ($3.325m)

D Pair 2: Mark Giordano ($2.010mó50.0%) / Michael Del Zotto ($2.550m)

D Pair 3: Ryan Whitney ($4.000m) / Anton Stralman ($1.700m)

EX D: Steve Eminger ($0.750m)


Starter G: Henrik Lundqvist ($6.875m)

Backup G: Marty Biron ($1.300m)
CAPGEEK.COM TOTALS (follow @capgeek on Twitter)
(these totals are compiled with the bonus cushion)
SALARY CAP: $70,200,000; CAP PAYROLL: $64,668,333; BONUSES: $0
CAP SPACE (23-man roster): $5,531,667

Poundcake 05-07-2013 11:59 AM

2012-2013 Edmonton Oilers

VOTE :edmonton

Taylor Hall (C)-Stephen Weiss-Jordan Eberle
Magnus Paajarvi-Olli Jokinen-Ales Hemsky
Taylor Pyatt-Shawn Horcoff-Ryan Jones
Aaron Volpatti-Nick Spaling-Mike Brown

Ryan Smyth, Lennart Petrell

Shea Weber (A)-Justin Schultz
Ladislav Smid (A)-John Carlson
Mark Fistric-Jeff Petry

Correy Potter

Devan Dubnyk
Al Montoya

Vote :edmonton

Scratches; Correy Potter, Ryan Smyth, Lennart Petrell

CAPGEEK.COM TOTALS (follow @capgeek on Twitter)
(these totals are compiled with the bonus cushion)
SALARY CAP: $70,200,000; CAP PAYROLL: ~$68million BONUSES: $5,700,000
CAP SPACE (23-man roster): ~5million

So now that I have time to do a run down..

Basically I traded futures for some badly needed defensive depth and restocked the decimated centre position with some cheap reclamation projects.


Taylor Hall (C)-Stephen Weiss-Jordan Eberle; this is obviously the main scoring line. Taylor "the Kingston Cannonball" Hall is en route to a top 10 scoring finish. He will be the new Team Captain and is the heart and soul of this line and the team. Hall is a total warrior. Jordan Eberle is a 2012 All-Star and is clearly capable of scoring on the rush. Weiss is a talented two-way and playmaking centre and is an improvement on the face off dot over Nugent-Hopkins. Weiss is not far off from three straight 20 goal campaigns.

Magnus Paajarvi-Olli Jokinen-Ales Hemsky
; this is the secondary scoring line. Magnus has come a long way this season adding some grit and a willingness to go to the net. He'll add a power-forward dimension to this line and is a great asset to carry the puck up the ice with some speed. Jokinen and Hemsky could do some damage together. Hemsky has been looking for a big scoring centre for his entire career and Jokinen, another recent 20g scorer, will be flush with scoring opportunities with a deft playmaker like Ales on his wing. Again, Olli is an improvement on the dot.

Taylor Pyatt-Shawn Horcoff-Ryan Jones
; Clearly this is the shut-down line for the team. Pyatt and Jones are big bodied, solid forecheckers and Shawn Horcoff is a good faceoff man with a strong two-way game. All three have shown themselves capable of potting ~15 goals and will play hard every shift.

Aaron Volpatti-Nick Spaling-Mike Brown; Another checking line but this one has a bit more of an edge. Brown and Volpatti both excel playing an aggressively physical game and Spaling is a versatile checker capable of generating offense.


Shea Weber (A)-Justin Schultz; Who better to play with already one of the best skating defenders in the league (Justin Schultz) than a proven leader and elite level defender in Shea Weber. This is a good-cop/bad-cop pairing. If Schultz can't beat you with his quickness, poise, and puck carrying, then Weber can clean up with his shut-down physical play and all-around ability. Shea Weber is also a warrior.

Ladislav Smid (A)-John Carlson; This is a mean and tough pairing with two mobile and physical defenders who have proven themselves capable of playing against top opposition. Carlson is also another weapon from the point for the Oilers offensive game. Smid = warrior.

Mark Fistric-Jeff Petry; This is another physical defender and puck moving defender pairing. Fistric's stay at home game will compliment Jeff Petry's up-tempo smooth-skating offensive game.


Devan Dubnyk; He has proven himself to be an NHL starter and is headed toward a top 10 finish in save % among goalies with 30 games or more. Given the improvements on defense and the influx of size and grit into the forward group I think Dubie has a much better chance of winning those 1 goal games.

donghabs98 05-07-2013 01:39 PM

Last call for votes

donghabs98 05-07-2013 01:59 PM

Would anyone want to run the Draft so there is one

LarKing 05-07-2013 02:39 PM


Ilya Kovalchuk ($3.333m) / Pavel Datsyuk ($6.700m) / Damien Brunner ($1.350m)
Patrick Elias ($3.000m) / Henrik Zetterberg ($6.083m) / Johan Franzen ($3.955m)
Valtteri Filppula ($3.000m) / Sam Gagner ($1.600m) / Todd Bertuzzi ($2.075m)
Aaron Asham ($1.000m) / Justin Abdelkader ($1.800m) / Jordin Tootoo ($1.900m)

Niklas Kronwall ($4.750m) / Kevin Shattenkirk ($1.300m)
Paul Martin ($5.000m) / Jonathan Ericsson ($3.250m)
Jakub Kindl ($1.050m) / Brian Lashoff ($0.725m)

Jimmy Howard ($2.250m)
Jonas Gustavsson ($1.500m)

Our biggest weakness, defense, has been addressed with the additions of Shattenkirk and Martin on the backend. This allows Kronwall to play with a defenseman suited for the top line, and pushes Ericsson down to the second pairing, which he is suited for.

On offense I've added Kovalchuk, Elias, and Gagner. This gives us a legit winger to play with Datsyuk, something he hasn't had since his Hart nominee season with Hossa. Elias is still great, and would really mesh well with Z, who loves to shoot the puck. Gagner is a second line center on most teams. He gives us a great third line with Filppula, and Bertuzzi brings size for that line. I've added Asham to make possibly the most hated line in the league :laugh:.

Vote :wings

LarKing 05-07-2013 02:45 PM

League Chatzy


donghabs98 05-07-2013 04:11 PM


Final Standings

Eastern Conference

1. Pittsburgh 142 PTS
2. Montreal 134 PTS
3. Winnipeg 101 PTS
4. New York Rangers 113 PTS
5. New York Islanders 105 PTS
6. Philadelphia 95 PTS
7. Boston 92 PTS
8. Florida 90 PTS

9. Carolina 88 PTS
10. Ottawa 55 PTS
11. Tampa Bay 56 PTS
12. Toronto 49 PTS
13. Buffalo 35 PTS
14. New Jersey 22 PTS
15. Washington 20 PTS

Western Conference

1. Chicago 140 PTS
2. Vancouver 138 PTS
3. San Jose 95 PTS
4. Detroit 118 PTS
5. Columbus 93 PTS
6. Edmonton 92 PTS
7. Los Angeles 83 PTS
8. Phoenix 75 PTS

9. Minnesota 70 PTS
10. Dallas 66 PTS
11. Anaheim 58 PTS
12. Nashville 50 PTS
13. Colorado 44 PTS
14. St. Louis 40 PTS
15. Calgary 30 PTS


1st Round

Eastern Conference

1st :pens vs 8th :panthers
2nd :habs vs 7th :bruins
3rd :jets vs 6th :flyers
4th :rangers vs 5th :isles

Western Conference

1st :hawks vs 8th :coyotes
2nd :nucks vs 7th :kings
3rd :sharks vs 6th :edmonton
4th :wings vs 5th :cbj

LarKing 05-07-2013 04:15 PM

How the hell was San Jose voted first in the pacific over LA? Do people realize that San Jose traded away just about everyone?

LarKing 05-07-2013 04:19 PM

and LOL @ the person who had me out of the playoffs, either you're an idiot or you're an idiot.

HankTheTankYoLo 05-07-2013 04:20 PM

:caps are happy that we having the 1st overall draft pick!

and our benchwarmers will be ready for the KLLR cup

Hubredeau – Granlund – Kuznetsov
Silfverberg – Zibinejad – Kreider
Nino – Schiefele -Burmistrov
Jensen – Grimaldi – Howden
Extras: Thomas - Sutter – Wilson

Klefbom – Trouba
DeKeyser– Gudbranson
Sproul - Donovan
Extras: Mancarin– Matheson


VOTE :caps VOTE :caps VOTE :caps VOTE :caps

West Coast Bias* 05-07-2013 04:37 PM

Wow, Boston got jobbed in the standings and proceed to get Montreal in the 1st round?

Anyways, vote :pens

Chris Kunitz / Sidney Crosby / Martin Havlat
James Neal / Evgeni Malkin / Jarome Iginla
Patrick Marleau / Joe Pavelski / Drew Stafford
Raffi Torres / Jussi Jokinen / Pascal Dupuis

Brandon Sutter

Kris Letang / Brooks Orpik
Marc-Edouard Vlasic / Matt Niskanen
Douglas Murray / Henrik Tallinder

Deryk Engelland / Mark Eaton

Antti Niemi

Tomas Vokoun

CoachBadkitten 05-07-2013 04:42 PM

Dissapointed to finish so high. Probably should have voted though :laugh:

Poundcake 05-07-2013 04:44 PM

I can run a draft in the sense that I will run a mock draft and auto pick for everyone outside the top 10


Top 6 Spaling 05-07-2013 04:46 PM


Originally Posted by West Coast Bias (Post 65520579)
Wow, Boston got jobbed in the standings and proceed to get Montreal in the 1st round?

Eh, I joined late anyways. I agree my team is stronger than the standings show, but hey, the part of this game I like is the trading, not the voting and such.

I'll be at it hard next game.

Anyways, vote :bruins for the upset!

donghabs98 05-07-2013 05:24 PM



Marian Hossa ($5.275m) / Jonathan Toews ($6.300m) / Patrick Kane ($6.300m)
Andrew Ladd ($4.400m) / Vincent Lecavalier ($3.864mó50.0%) / T.J. Oshie ($2.088mó50.0%)
David Clarkson ($1.333m) / Dave Bolland ($3.375m) / Blake Wheeler ($2.550m)
Maxim Lapierre ($1.000m) / Zenon Konopka ($0.925m) / Daniel Carcillo ($0.825m)
George Parros ($0.938m) /

Brent Seabrook ($5.800m) / Duncan Keith ($5.538m)
Nick Leddy ($1.167m) / Barret Jackman ($1.583mó50.0%)
Zach Bogosian ($2.500m) / Andrej Sekera ($1.375mó50.0%)
Michal Rozsival ($2.000m) /

Ryan Miller ($3.125mó50.0%)
Martin Brodeur ($2.250mó50.0%)
Ray Emery ($1.150m)

CAPGEEK.COM TOTALS (follow @capgeek on Twitter)
(these totals are compiled with the bonus cushion)
SALARY CAP: $70,200,000; CAP PAYROLL: $65,660,430; BONUSES: $0
CAP SPACE (23-man roster): $4,539,570

Vote :hawks

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