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06-19-2013, 02:37 AM
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Originally Posted by alko View Post
IMO no. You have to know, its a numbers game. Every player has his own potential, expressed in some number. Lets say when he has potential 150 (that is a hidden attribute), he will be always very good player. It doesn't matter, where he will play at the beginning. This potential will push his attributes above.
If you draft some guy in 1. round and he has potential 60, no matter what you do, he will never be a NHL player.
Thanks on this answer. And is it possible to see that hidden atribute ?

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