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10-11-2012, 02:23 PM
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Originally Posted by Mike Farkas
then went in search of players whose job it was to shutdown ATD players because then I knew they would have no trouble with any caliber MLD players.
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Originally Posted by Mike Farkas View Post
I'll take ATD-level defense vs. MLD-level offense any day of the week.
Since this has become a sort of campaign slogan for my opponent...

Medicine Hat Tricks
Player2010 Placement2011 Placement
Brian Campbell MLD #192 MLD #31
Bill Brydge AAA #156 MLD #106
Percy Traub AAA #118 MLD #169
Ted Graham undrafted MLD #253
Bob Trapp AAA #72 MLD #54
Dale Tallon MLD #348 MLD #97
Risto Siltanen MLD #242 MLD #85
Coddy Winters MLD #175 MLD #293
Bryan Watson AAA #190 MLD #345

Winston-Salem Polar Twins
Player2010 Placement2011 Placement
Brad MaxwellATD #633ATD #686
Arnie BrownMLD #290MLD #144
Albert LangloisAAA #53ATD #882
Jocelyn GuevremontMLD #287MLD #10
Dave EllettMLD #225ATD #776
Garth ButcherMLD #381MLD #143
Udo KiesslingMLD #165ATD #869
Dolly SwiftATD #824MLD #82


At least we're agreed about an ATD-level defense


If you're curious about the forwards, here are the ATD placements (in order) from 2010 and 2011. Winston-Salem players in bold, Medicine Hat players in italics.

ATD 2010: Dornhoefer (545), Nilsson (617), Burns (715), Horvath (720)

ATD 2011: Nilsson (468), Dornhoefer (557), Burns (641), Kerr (748), Horvath (806), Scanlan (838), Bernier (895), Kehoe (938), Juneau (1000) Henning (1003)



In ATD terms, my team enjoys just a slight advantage.

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