Thread: Rosters and Ratings: NHL 13 player growth
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10-18-2012, 09:14 AM
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Petes2424
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Ive been testing over the last day here trying to find logic in these ratings.

Im in 2034. I blew my drafts up for the next 7 years and drafted the first three players in the draft.

Center 18..... 4 yellow stars..... 65 ovr
1yr 4 yellow stars..... 66 ovr 7 g 7 a -15

L Wing 18..... 4 yellow stars..... 66 ovr
1yr 4 yellow stars..... 74 ovr 16 g 22 a -7

R Wing 19.... 3.5 yellow stars... 59 ovr
1yr 3.5 yellow starts.. 61 ovr 3 g 16 a -11


I've signed them all and put them all on the first line. I've gutted my team with a few years left in the game to get a better judgment of how these ratings work. I also have the following..

D...... 19.... 3.5 stars........ 64 ovr
1yr 3.5 stars........ 67 ovr 3 g 11 a -20

D...... 23.... 3.5 stars........ 72 ovr
1 yr 3.5 stars........ 76 ovr 7 g 23 a -16

Those are the NHL guys Im testing

In the AHL I took some similiar guys and put them into slots for top minutes.

Center.. 20... 3.5 stars..... 68 ovr
1yr 3.5 stars..... 72 ovr 13g 23 a -24

LW....... 22.... 3.5 stars.... 62 ovr
1yr 3.5 srars... 64 ovr 15 g 26 a +12

RW...... 20.... 4 stars...... 61 ovr
1yr 4 stars..... 63 ovr 12g 17 a -6

D......... 18.... 4 stars....... 62 ovr
1yr 4 stars...... 66 ovr 8g 3a -25

D......... 21.... 2.5 stars.... 72 ovr
1yr 2.5 stars.... 72 ovr 10g 17a +3

I'll try and sim the second season today and update where these guys are at. It just still seems so random to me. The guy who did produce the most stats in the NHL did rise the most however. Very small movements. The reason Im using the 2.5 star guy in the AHL is when you play the game, he's a beast. His not moving a single digit at 21 years old makes no sense to me. The guy who moved the most was drafted 3rd overall btw.

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