Thread: Rosters and Ratings: NHL 13 player growth
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02-15-2013, 04:56 AM
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Originally Posted by Snipes10 View Post
for players that are 2.5 green or 3.5 green stars will they ever pan out to be a decent player or shud i just let them go/trade them? example Conner Brown, Ryan Rupert for the leafs??
3.5 green usually hits mid-80s OVR, so yes, definitely hold onto those guys.

2.5 green is generally high 70s. A bit more iffy depending on their player type and your team. Most player types should be fine, but SNP and PLY are generally not good enough physically or defensively for you to want to use them in your bottom 6 unless you're going with an all-offense approach. 2.5 green goaltenders are basically guaranteed career backup/minor league goalies, so they shouldn't be a high priority to hold onto.

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