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2017/2018 (4th season)

I didn't noticed the screen when your agent ask you if you want a contender or a bottom league team, and I directly arrived at the screen with how many years.

3 years / 39 wins

5 years / 40 wins

4 years / 41 wins


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Summer

B. Morrow and J.Leopold retirement.

Draft

Round-PickPlayerPositionAgeTeamLeagueCountry
1-16Jordan WharrieD20EverettWHLCanada
2-1Zach GrzelewskiLW20LondonOHLCanada
4-1Michael SpacekC20PardubiceExtraligaCzech Republic
5-16Callum BoothG20QuebecQMJHLCanada
6-1Byron BlackburnRW19USAUSAUSA

Re-signings

PlayerPositionAgeOverallTermCap Hit
B.BrunsD32878 years$4.8M
P.MarleauLW37861 year$4.1M
T.WingelsC29832 years$2.35M
M.MuellerD22843 years$2.55M
B.DillonD26832 years$3.5M
J.StollC35831 year$2.65M
M.NietoLW24811 year/2 way$0.8M
M.KarlssonRW26792 years/2 way$0.81M
M.GrabovskiC33811 year$1.6M
E.PasqualeG26782 years/2 way$0.765M


Free Agency

PlayerPositionAgeOverallTermCap Hit
C.ButlerD30811 year$2.5M
E.FehrRW31811 year$2.1M
A.KhudobinG31831 year$2M



Trades


acquire acquire
E.Pasquale (78)A.Niemi (84)
1st round pick 2018 (WSH)2nd round pick 2018 (SJS)

Traded Niemi during the draft.

acquire acquire
M.Johansson (84)J.Stoll (83)
 2nd round pick 2019 (SJS)

acquire acquire
V.Tarasenko (87)M.Grabovski (81)
4th round pick 2018 (STL)1st round pick 2018 (SJS)
 1st round pick 2021 (SJS)

acquire acquire
T.Teravainen (85)C.Greening (82)
 B.Blackburn (66)
 2nd round pick 2020 (SJS)
 2nd round pick 2021 (SJS)


Sharks had afwul wingers, so I traded for 3 new wingers.


Lineup


LW
C
RW
P.Marleau (84)L.Couture (A) (88)V.Tarasenko (87)
T.Teravainen (85)J.Pavelski (A) (88)M.Johansson (84)
M.Nieto (81)T.Hertl (85)M.Karlsson (79)
D.Paille (81)T.Wingels (83)E.Fehr (81)
  A.Burish (79)


D
D
M-E.Vlasic (88)B.Bruns (C) (87)
M.Mueller (85)B.Dillon (84)
N.Grossmann (82)J.Braun (84)
C.Butler (81) 


G
J.Reimer (85)
A.Khudobin (83)


Record and Standings

44-35-3

3rd -> Division
6th -> Conference
14th -> League


Regular season stats

Skaters

PlayerPositionGPGAP+/-PIM
L.CoutureC81333770+1120
V.TarasenkoRW82253863+722
M.JohanssonRW82253358-120
J.PavelskiC82202949-1210
P.MarleauLW82173249+114
T.TeravainenLW74132942-412
B.BurnsD82142337-166
M-E.VlasicD8263036+334
T.HertlC80191433+716
M.MuellerD7791726023
M.KarlssonRW8041620-34
E.FehrRW8291019-720
T.WingelsC8151419-435
M.NietoLW8251116+137
B.DillonD8141216+6138
D.PailleLW826713-838
J.BraunD803912-612
N.GrossmannD75055+366
A.BurishRW16011-26
C.ButlerD11000-16
M.BoucherLW2000-50

Goalies

PlayerGPWLOTGAASV%SO
J.Reimer67352802.6991.04%4
A.Khudobin1910801.9792.11%3


Tight tight division. Qualify for the postseason in game number 81.



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1st round

vs

GameAwayScoreHome
1Sharks0 : 4Oilers
2Sharks8 : 0Oilers
3Oilers1 : 4Sharks
4Oilers2 : 4Sharks
5Sharks3 : 1Oilers


2nd round

vs

GameAwayScoreHome
1Coyotes5 : 4 (OT)Sharks
2Coyotes1 : 3Sharks
3Sharks0 : 4Coyotes
4Sharks4 : 1Coyotes
5Coyotes1 : 4Sharks
6Sharks4 : 2Coyotes


Western Conference Final

vs

GameAwayScoreHome
1Sharks3 : 2 (OT)Predators
2Sharks1 : 2Predators
3Predators0 : 3Sharks
4Predators2 : 3 (OT)Sharks
5Sharks3 : 0Predators


Stanley Cup Final

vs

GameAwayScoreHome
1Sharks0 : 1Lightning
2Sharks3 : 4Lightning
3Lightning2 : 3Sharks
4Lightning0 : 5Sharks
5Sharks3 : 0Lightning
6Lightning1 : 0Sharks
7Sharks3 : 5Lightning
Notes

Didn't expect an easy road like that to the SCF. Even if the Preds were the President's Trophy winner.

Stamkos scores with 3:02 left in the 3rd period. 35 saves for Bishop. In game 1.
30 saves for Reimer in game 4. Reimer with back to back shutouts. 29 saves this time in game 5. Also a hatty for the veteran Marleau in the 3rd period.
Drouin with the lone goal in the 1st period in game 6.

Stamkos, Kucherov, Drouin and co were the best in game 7. Sharks were one game away from their first Stanley Cup.

Stamkos wins the Conn Smythe



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Trophies

Stanley Cup (Colorado Avalanche) -> 2016
President's Trophy (Colorado Avalanche) -> 2016
3x Clarence S.Campbell Trophy (2x Colorado Avalanche and San Jose Sharks) -> 2015, 2016 and 2018

Hart Trophy (Matt Duchene) -> 2017
Art Ross Trophy (Matt Duchene) -> 2017
Maurice Richard Trophy (Matt Duchene) -> 2017
Conn Smythe Trophy (Matt Duchene) -> 2016
James Norris Trophy (Tyson Barrie) -> 2017
Ted Lindsay Award (Matt Duchene) -> 2017
Lady Byng Trophy (Matt Duchene) -> 2017

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History : Colorado Avalanche

SeasonRecordPoints# in Division# in Conference# in LeaguePlayoffs
2014-201544-33-5932nd3rd12thStanley Cup Final
2015-201654-24-41121st1st1stCHAMPION
2016-201754-24-41121st1st2ndConference Final


History : San Jose Sharks

SeasonRecordPoints# in Division# in Conference# in LeaguePlayoffs
2017-201844-35-3913rd6th14thStanley Cup Final


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Just got back into BAGM mode. Thought I'd post some stuff about my Jets franchise I just started. I'm still on NHL 16 btw.

Winnipeg Jets GM Mode



Just a heads up, I'm writing this going into the playoffs after the third season. I'll do my best to mention trades and acquisitions from previous seasons because there were quite a lot of notable ones.

Trade Difficulty: Medium
Salary Cap: On




Winnipeg Jets GM Kevin Cheveldayoff Fired

Winnipeg Jets GM Kevin Cheveldayoff has been fired for unknown reasons. Cheveldayoff had a plan, and had the team going in the right direction, but a young hotshot GM named Ermo20 impressed ownership. They thought he would be able to bring the Jets franchise their first Stanley Cup (as well as first playoff victory in franchise history). "We just thought [new GM Ermo20] would be able to turn Winnipeg into Winnerpeg," said owner Mark Chipman. Ermo's plan would begin with tanking, while also acquiring younger replacements for aging stars.

Notable acquisitions in the first season:


acquire acquire
Vladimir TarasenkoBlake Wheeler
 Many prospects/picks I do not remember

(Jets named Tyler Myers as the new captain after Wheeler was traded)

acquire acquire
Jonathan HuberdeauBryan Little
Lawson CrouseMany prospects/picks I do not remember

These additions were huge, as Tarasenko and Huberdeau would go on to finish first and second in scoring, repspectively, in year three (2017-18). The tank did not go very well, as Tarasenko had a career year (winning the Hart I think) and we qualified for the playoffs as the third seed in the division, losing to the Predators 4-3 in the first round.



All I remember from the 2016 draft is that we traded up to draft Tyler Benson (Med Elite) 12th overall and Luke Kirwan (Med Elite) 20th overall. I knew Benson was going to be a stud, as I've seen him reach 99 overall and franchise potential in BAGM before, but Kirwan's elite potential was a pleasant surprise.

Notable acquisitions from the second season:


receive receive
Morgan RiellyDustin Byfuglien
 Many prospects/picks I do not remember

The team really broke out in the second season, finishing first place in the Western Conference. Jonathan Huberdeau and Vladimir Tarasenko were emerging as superstars, and our defense, featuring the likes of Morgan Rielly, Tyler Myers, and Jacob Trouba, was one of the best in the league. But the season came to a disappointing end, being knocked out in the first round by the Blues, 4-2, largely because rising goalie Connor Hellebuyck was injured throughout the series. It would take a big free agent acquisition to get the team over the top...



So the Jets signed Tyler Johnson to a seven year deal that paid an AAV of $6.8 million. Johnson would serve as the team's #1 center next season.

Also, from the 2018 draft, we traded up to draft two more Med Elite potential prospects: LW Ostap Safin and RW James Helms.

And here's where I am right now: 2017-18 (the third season). Since this stuff was more recent I'll be able to cover it a little more in depth.

receive receive
Rasmus Asplund (Med Elite)Ostap Safin (Med Top 6 F)
2018 3rd round pick 

Asplund had very low value and elite potential. Safin had downgraded to a Top 6 F projection (he had been drafted as a Med elite), and had even higher value than Asplund. I figured I'd trade for Asplund, who had higher potential (he's still at an elite rating, I'm hoping he doesn't downgrade anytime soon ) and I could get a third round pick in the process to make the value even.

receive receive
Slater Koekkoek (Med Elite)Tobias Enstrom
Matt CarleMany prospects/picks I do not remember

The Blues were actively shopping Koekkoek, even though he was 85 overall with a med elite potential. I figured I'd swoop in with an older player with a similar rating in Enstrom (I'd traded older guys and prospects/picks for younger players with nearly the same rating before, with Tarasenko, Huberdeau, and Rielly). I had to take Carle back, too, partially as a cap dump but also because the Lightning didn't want to make the trade at first because they'd have to put Carle on waivers, so I figured I'd just take him back to make them accept.

2017-18 Lineup (going into the playoffs):

Jonathan Huberdeau (90 OVR, Med Elite) - Tyler Johnson (88 OVR, Exact Elite) - Vladimir Tarasenko "A" (92 OVR, High Elite)
Alexander Burmistrov (84 OVR, Med Top 9 F) - Mark Scheifele (87 OVR, Med Top 6 F) - Nic Petan (82 OVR, Med Bottom 6 F)
Scott Kosmachuk (85 OVR, High Top 6 F) - Peter Holland (84 OVR, Exact Top 6 F) -Nikolaj Ehlers (83 OVR, Low Top 9 F)
Matt Halischuk (82 OVR, Exact Bottom 6 F) - Melker Karlsson (83 OVR, Exact Top 9 F) - Marko Dano (84 OVR, Med Top 9 F)
Joel Armia (81 OVR, Low Top 9 F)

Morgan Rielly "A" (92 OVR, High Elite) - Tyler Myers "C" (87 OVR, Exact Elite)
Slater Koekkoek (85 OVR, Med Elite) - Jacob Trouba (87 OVR, Low Top 4 D)
David Rundblad (82 OVR, Exact Top 4 D) - Luke Schenn (82 OVR, Exact Top 4 D)
Matt Carle (81 OVR, Exact 7th D)

Connor Hellebuyck (90 OVR, High Elite)
Ondrej Pavelec (87 OVR, Exact Fringe Starter)


Top Prospects:

1. Tyler Benson (High Elite, 83 OVR)
2. Lawson Crouse (High Elite, 80 OVR)
3. Eric Comrie (High Elite, 80 OVR)
4. Luke Kirwan (High Elite, 73 OVR)
5. Rasmus Asplund (Med Elite, 75 OVR)
6. James Helms (Med Top 6 F, 74 OVR)
7. Josh Morrissey (Low Top 4 D, 82 OVR)
8. J.C. Lipon (High Top 9 F, 79 OVR)
9. Michael Spacek (Med Top 9 F, 77 OVR)
10. Kenny Ryan (High Bottom 6 F, 78 OVR)

Stats:
(I'm just listing the top ten scorers on the team, as well as any awards the player received)

PlayerGoalsAssistsPointsAwards
Vladimir Tarasenko*533891Art Ross, Lindsay, Richard
Jonathan Huberdeau^285785Lady Byng
Tyler Johnson155065 
Morgan Rielly163450 
Mark Scheifele163046 
Alexander Burmistrov182644 
Nic Petan152439 
Scott Kosmachuk131831 
Melker Karlsson82028 
Peter Holland111728 

Record: 47-28-9; 103 points; 1st in Central Division and Western Conference; 4th in NHL

Playoff Results:

First Round:

vs.

GameAwayScoreHome
1Avalanche4-1Jets
2Avalanche1-4Jets
3Jets2-1Avalanche
4Jets1-4Avalanche
5Avalanche1-2Jets
6Jets2-1Avalanche
7Avalanche3-6Jets

After collecting their first playoff series victory in franchise history, we asked GM Ermo20 a couple questions:

Did you expect this to be the most successful year in franchise history? I mean, you won the first playoff series in franchise history after a thrilling comeback in Game 7, you made first place in the Western Conference, like last year, and even had the top two point scorers in the NHL.
I fully expected it. The addition of Tyler Johnson in free agency really pushed us over the top. However, the best is yet to come, with our loaded prospect pool.

You were down 3-2 heading into Game 6. On the brink of elimination, what adjustments did you think the team made to win games six and seven?
We didn't really do anything. We just knew that we were the better team and had two of the best players in the league currently in Huberdeau and Tarasenko, who came in clutch in those final two games.

Conference Semifinals:

vs.

GameAwayScoreHome
1Stars3-6Jets
2Stars4-0Jets
3Jets1-5Stars
4Jets2-5Stars
5Stars4-2Jets

After winning Game 1, the Jets lost four games in a row to the Stars, losing 4-1. It was a disappointing end to a promising season, but help is on the way from the AHL, since we have a loaded prospect pool. The best is yet to come with this team.

2017-18 Season Awards:


AwardPlayerTeam
Stanley Cup Washington Capitals
Presidents' Trophy Ottawa Senators
Clarence S. Campbell Bowl Chicago Blackhawks
Prince of Wales Trophy Washington Capitals
Art RossVladimir TarasenkoWinnipeg Jets
HartKarri RamoOttawa Senators
NorrisErik KarlssonOttawa Senators
Lady ByngJonathan HuberdeauWinnipeg Jets
CalderNikolay GoldobinSan Jose Sharks
Conn SmytheBraden HoltbyWashington Capitals
VezinaBraden HoltbyWashington Capitals
William M. JenningsBraden HoltbyWashington Capitals
Bill MastersonKyle QuinceyBoston Bruins
SelkePatrice BergeronBoston Bruins
Ted LindsayVladimir TarasenkoWinnipeg Jets
Maurice RichardVladimir TarasenkoWinnipeg Jets

Hope you guys enjoyed this. I'll post more updates soon.


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Winnipeg Jets GM Mode (Part 2)

2018 Draft

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82nd, and 85th picks in this draft, as well as a 2023 1st, to the for the first overall pick.
Here's Jets GM Ermo20 on the surprising trade for the first overall pick:

"We saw a player we really liked at the top of the draft in Joseph Veleno. We believe he has elite potential, and will be just one more piece in the dynasty I believe is in the works up here in Winnipeg."

Unsurprisingly, the Jets went on to select the consensus best player in the draft, Joseph Veleno. They didn't pick again until 115th overall.

Draft Recap:

PlayerPositionTeamPickPotentialNationality
Joseph VelenoCSaint John Sea Dogs1stMed EliteCanada
Jake ToporowskiDSpokane Chiefs115thMed AHL Top 4 DUnited States
Scott WalfordDVictoria Royals145thMed AHL Top 4 DCanada
Russ BoyntonDAdler Mannheim175thLow AHL Top 4 DFrance
William LeblancCDrummondville Voliguers205thMed AHL Top 6 FCanada

Re-Signings (Only NHL players listed):

Marko Dano (83 OVR): 1 yr, $2.125M AAV
Nikolaj Ehlers (83 OVR): 1 yr, $1.9M AAV
Joel Armia (81 OVR): 1 yr, $0.975M AAV
Mark Scheifele (87 OVR): 2 yrs, $5.75M AAV
Nic Petan (82 OVR): 2 yrs, $1.025M AAV
Slater Koekkoek (84 OVR): 2 yrs, $3.6M AAV

We stayed mostly quiet in free agency, only signing two players who do have elite potential (one is a high elite and one is a low elite), though they will likely be in the AHL next season.

Tyler Myers, the team's captain, has been regressing. He's been amazing for us, but down from 88 overall to 85 overall with just one year left on his contract, we wanted to make a smart investment and trade for a younger, similarly valued d-man instead of possibly losing him for nothing next year.



receive receive
Ville Pokka (85 OVR; Med Top 4 D)Tyler Myers (85 OVR; Exact Elite)
Axel Blomqvist (79 OVR; High Bottom 6 F)Jan Dufek (72 OVR; Med Bottom 6 F)

Pokka may not have elite potential at the moment, but I've seen him boom up to 93 overall before so maybe he'll reach it sometime.

With this trade, Vladimir Tarasenko has been named the 13th captain in franchise history, with Mark Scheifele being promoted to alternate captain and Morgan Rielly continuing to serve as an alternate captain.

2018-19 SEASON: OPENING NIGHT LINES
I was wrong about one of those guys I signed... Max Friberg (the low elite one)... he went from 78 overall to 86 overall! Definitely getting an NHL spot.
Also, Eric Comrie has progressed to HIGH FRANCHISE potential... I still have him in the NHL, though he's an 84 overall. Since Connor Hellebuyck is promising and has high elite potential, I'm probably gonna have to trade Hellebuyck to make room for Comrie to be the starter in the near future...

Jonathan Huberdeau (90 OVR; Med Elite) - Tyler Johnson (88 OVR; Exact Elite) - Vladimir Tarasenko (92 OVR; High Elite)
Tyler Benson (85 OVR; High Elite) - Mark Scheifele (87 OVR; Med Top 6 F) -
Alex Burmistrov (83 OVR; Med Top 9 F)
Max Friberg (86 OVR; Low Elite) - Peter Holland (84 OVR; Exact Top 6 F) - Scott Kosmachuk (85 OVR; Med Top 6 F)
Lawson Crouse (84 OVR; Med Elite) - Melker Karlsson (83 OVR; Exact Top 9 F)
- Marko Dano (83 OVR; Med Top 6 F)
Nikolaj Ehlers (83 OVR; Low Top 9 F), Matt Halischuk (82 OVR; Exact Bottom 6 F)

Morgan Rielly (91 OVR; High Elite) - Slater Koekkoek (86 OVR; Med Elite)
Ville Pokka (85 OVR; Med Top 4 D) - Jacob Trouba (86 OVR; Low Top 4 D)
Josh Morrissey (83 OVR; Low Top 6 D) - David Rundblad (82 OVR; Exact Top 4 D)

Connor Hellebuyck (89 OVR; High Elite)
Ondrej Pavelec (85 OVR; Exact Fringe Starter)


Connor Hellebuyck was hurt for much of the first half of the season, so we went through a bad stretch and were one of the worst in the division, but towards the end of his injury, with Eric Comrie in net, we had a ten game win streak to get back into playoff contention. With Hellebuyck back, the team continued to shine, and around all-star break, the Rangers threw a proposal at us that was hard to decline:

[table] receive| receive
Derick Brassard (86 OVR; Exact Top 6 F)|WPG 2019 1st
|Dylan Ferguson (57 OVR; Low AHL Fringe Starter)

Brassard would give us a very good 3C and solidify our center depth. He only had one year left on his contract, so this move would really mean we were going all in for the Cup this season. The Brassard trade proved to be worth it when a possibly season-ending injury sidelined Tyler Johnson.

We finished 45-27-10, 3rd in the division and 8th in the NHL. Lines going into the playoffs:

Huberdeau - Scheifele - Tarasenko
Burmistrov - Brassard - Benson
Friberg - Holland - Crouse (who is up to 87 overall)
Dano - Karlsson - Kosmachuk
Ehlers

Rielly - Koekkoek
Pokka - Trouba
Morrissey - Jake McCabe (who I acquired through waivers earlier this year)
Rundblad

Hellebuyck
Pavelec

IR: Johnson, Halischuk

First Round:

(3) vs. (2)

GameAwayScoreHome
1Jets4-3Predators
2Jets4-2Predators
3Predators4-3Jets
4Predators2-3Jets
5Jets0-2Predators
6Predators3-4Jets

Just our second playoff series victory in franchise history...

Conference Semifinals:

(3) vs. (5)

GameAwayScoreHome
1Blackhawks1-5Jets
2Blackhawks2-4Jets
3Jets3-0Blackhawks
4Jets1-0Blackhawks

After two shutouts by Connor Hellebuyck and a sweeping of the Blackhawks, the reigning Western Conference champions, we knew a big playoff run was coming.

Conference Finals:

(3) vs. (2)

GameAwayScoreHome
1Jets5-4Ducks
2Jets6-5Ducks
3Ducks2-5Jets
4Ducks3-5Jets

"We've won nine straight games," said GM Ermo20 at the end of the series, after the Jets punched their first ticket to the Stanley Cup in franchise history. "We haven't lost in nearly a month. For any doubters of our team out there, if that doesn't impress you, I don't know what will."

The Jets looked seemingly unstoppable. Plus, help was on the way. Tyler Johnson was expected to be able to return for Game 3.

GameAwayScoreHome
1Jets3-2Penguins
2Jets1-3Penguins
3Penguins1-3Jets
4Penguins0-2Jets
5Jets2-5Penguins
6Penguins7-6Jets
7Jets3-1Penguins

Breaking News: Jets Win Stanley Cup After Dominant Game 7
Just four seasons ago, the Jets were rebuilding. Sort of. It really only took a few bold trades by GM Ermo20 to get the team to where they are today, which is holding up the Stanley Cup, after coming back from a 3-2 deficit to defeat the seemingly unstoppable Penguins, the top team in the NHL who also boasts the top player in the world. However, fans in Winnipeg would argue they have the top player in the world. They'd say that title belongs to Vladimir Tarasenko, the Conn Smythe winner, after his amazing performance in the playoffs.
Mark Scheifele struck early in the first period for the first goal, off a perfect centering pass from Tyler Benson. But Sidney Crosby & Co. struck back quickly with a goal from Crosby. Alex Burmistrov scored the Jets' second goal late in the first period, and Jake McCabe sealed the deal with an empty net goal with thirty seconds remaining.
The Jets don't fit the traditional mold of Stanley Cup winners. Most winners have a #1 C that is among the top five at his position, and a #1 D that is also an elite talent. The Jets certainly have that #1 d-man in Morgan Rielly, a bona fide superstar. However, their best player, Tarasenko, is a winger. Their second-best player, Jonathan Huberdeau, is also a winger. Tyler Johnson has been a very good #1 C for the Jets, but not a top five talent in the league at his position.
Instead, the Jets are built on depth, much of which is youth still signed to rookie contracts (which is why the Jets don't have cap problems even with the talent they have on their roster), and speed. They have a solid 1-2-3 punch at center with Tyler Johnson, Mark Scheifele, and Derick Brassard, who they acquired near the trade deadline this season as a rental, deciding then that this was going to be the year they went all in for a Cup.
The Jets might be a year early. Young wingers Tyler Benson and Lawson Crouse are still rookies, and they have Tarasenko-level potential. The Jets even have a lot more talent in the AHL. Goalie Connor Hellebuyck (who activated brick wall mode during the playoffs) is only 25, and he might not even be the Jets' long-term plan at goalie with Eric Comrie believed to have franchise-level potential. Bottom line is, the Jets just won, closing the Penguins' window even further and opening theirs. And the Winnerpeg Jets aren't going away.

More updates may come soon... looks like Winnipeg may have a dynasty on their hands!

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2018/2019 (5th season)


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Summer

Draft

Round-PickPlayerPositionAgeTeamLeagueCountry
1-14Brian OshieC18TPSLiigaNorway
3-4Tyler TyrellLW20USAUSAUSA
4-6Vyacheslav BryzgalovRW19LatviaRussiaRussia

Re-signings

PlayerPositionAgeOverallTermCap Hit
M-E.VlasicD31888 years$5M
P.MarleauLW38811 year$1.6M
M.JohanssonRW27853 years$3.85M
J.ReimerG30858 years$2.25M
A.KhudobinG32831 year$1.35M
D.PailleLW34801 year/2 way$0.92M
M.NietoLW25803 years/2 way$0.97M
E.FehrRW32821 year$2.1M
C.ButlerD31811 year$1.75M


Free Agency

PlayerPositionAgeOverallTermCap Hit
L.EllerC29841 year$3.9M
M.GrabovskiC34811 year$2.5M



Trades


acquire acquire
S.Crosby (97)J.Pavelski (88)
 Rights to J.Wharrie (68)
 1st round pick 2019 (SJS)
 1st round pick 2020 (SJS)
 1st round pick 2024 (SJS)

The blockbuster trade!!!


Lineup


LW
C
RW
D.Yan (83)S.Crosby (A) (97)M.Johansson (85)
T.Teravainen (85)L.Couture (A) (88)V.Tarasenko (87)
M.Nieto (80)T.Hertl (84)L.Eller (84)
P.Marleau (81)T.Wingels (83)E.Fehr (82)
D.Paille (80)M.Grabovski (81) 


D
D
M-E.Vlasic (88)B.Bruns (C) (87)
M.Mueller (85)B.Dillon (84)
N.Grossmann (82)J.Braun (84)
C.Butler (81) 


G
J.Reimer (85)
A.Khudobin (83)


Record and Standings

51-31-0

1st -> Division
1st -> Conference
3rd -> League


Regular season stats

Skaters

PlayerPositionGPGAP+/-PIM
S.CrosbyC815746103+2753
D.YanLW82293665+2432
M.JohanssonRW82173855+2016
L.CoutureC82233154+1120
B.BurnsD82143448+3062
M.MuellerD82103848+4340
V.TarasenkoRW80202747+1010
T.TeravainenLW79163046+142
T.HertlC82231942+322
M-E.VlasicD8213839+2734
L.EllerC81142438+3717
B.DillonD7671421+35116
M.NietoLW8261521+2632
E.FehrRW829918+445
T.WingelsC6941317+541
P.MarleauLW7710616-16
N.GrossmannD8141115+749
J.BraunD805510+534
M.GrabovskiC2414502
D.PailleLW2011+14
C.ButlerD8011+62

Goalies

PlayerGPWLOTGAASV%SO
J.Reimer69422702.3392.10%9
A.Khudobin149502.3889.37%0


Art Ross race

PlayerPositionGPGAP+/-PIM
S.CrosbyC815746103+2753
E.MalkinC824459103+2668
T.SeguinC71365692+1410
A.OvechkinLW81514091+1985

Maurice Richard race

Crosby 57g in 81gp
Skinner 57g in 80gp
Ovechkin 51g in 81gp

Crosby certainly wins it (alone, the richard), if I put him with Tarasenko and Teravainen on his wings. But I decided to balance my lines, and give a chance to Yan to win Calder, he finished the season with almost 20 points than the second guy. Seguin with also with the best p/g.


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1st round

vs

GameAwayScoreHome
1Ducks3 : 4Sharks
2Ducks1 : 0Sharks
3Sharks0 : 4Ducks
4Sharks2 : 0Ducks
5Ducks1 : 4Sharks
6Sharks4 : 0Ducks


2nd round

vs

GameAwayScoreHome
1Oilers4 : 2Sharks
2Oilers0 : 3Sharks
3Sharks5 : 0Oilers
4Sharks3 : 2Oilers
5Oilers0 : 2Sharks


Western Conference Final

vs

GameAwayScoreHome
1Predators2 : 0Sharks
2Predators0 : 4Sharks
3Sharks2 : 1Predators
4Sharks3 : 2Predators
5Predators4 : 2Sharks
6Sharks1 : 4Predators
7Predators4 : 5 (2OT)Sharks


Stanley Cup Final

vs

GameAwayScoreHome
1Sharks4 : 2Red Wings
2Sharks1 : 0Red Wings
3Red Wings3 : 4Sharks
4Red Wings0 : 1 (OT)Sharks
Notes

Same Conference Final as last year. But this time, I had the home ice advantage. The captain, wins it in second overtime with a slapshot from the blueline.

A sweep against the President's Trophy winner. The rookie Dennis Yan with the championship goal in OT game 4. Marleau certainly wins the Cup in his last NHL game.

Reimer, wins the Conn Smythe. Monster playoff from him.

Reimer was 1.58 GAA and 94.66% and 8 shutouts in 22 games.
Crosby with 25 points in 22 games (13+12) and it wasn't enough.



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2x Stanley Cup (Colorado Avalanche and San Jose Sharks) -> 2016 and 2019
President's Trophy (Colorado Avalanche) -> 2016
4x Clarence S.Campbell Trophy (2x Colorado Avalanche and 2x San Jose Sharks) -> 2015, 2016, 2018 and 2019

2x Hart Trophy (Matt Duchene and Sidney Crosby) -> 2017 and 2019
2x Art Ross Trophy (Matt Duchene and Sidney Crosby) -> 2017 and 2019
2x Maurice Richard Trophy (Matt Duchene and Sidney Crosby) -> 2017 and 2019
2x Conn Smythe Trophy (Matt Duchene and James Reimer) -> 2016 and 2019
James Norris Trophy (Tyson Barrie) -> 2017
Calder Trophy (Dennis Yan) -> 2019
2x Ted Lindsay Award (Matt Duchene and Sidney Crosby) -> 2017 and 2019
Lady Byng Trophy (Matt Duchene) -> 2017
William Jennings Trophy (James Reimer) -> 2019

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History : Colorado Avalanche

SeasonRecordPoints# in Division# in Conference# in LeaguePlayoffs
2014-201544-33-5932nd3rd12thStanley Cup Final
2015-201654-24-41121st1st1stCHAMPION
2016-201754-24-41121st1st2ndConference Final


History : San Jose Sharks

SeasonRecordPoints# in Division# in Conference# in LeaguePlayoffs
2017-201844-35-3913rd6th14thStanley Cup Final
2018-201951-31-01021st1st3rdCHAMPION

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I just finished my first ever full GM mode(25yrs). I'm extremely disappointed that there is no end-game team stats page or an extended player stats page. It just pops up and says Franchise Mode Complete and dumps you to the regular menu with everything greyed out. You only have 2 options stats central or exit and guess what exit doesn't even work!!! I have almost all the data recorded in .docx files. Never posted any of this one on here but, maybe I will

Gonna be a lot of work to copy-paste them though. Maybe I can think of a better solution.


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I just finished my first ever full GM mode(25yrs). I'm extremely disappointed that there is no end-game team stats page or an extended player stats page. It just pops up and says Franchise Mode Complete and dumps you to the regular menu with everything greyed out. You only have 2 options stats central or exit and guess what exit doesn't even work!!! I have almost all the data recorded in .docx files. Never posted any of this one on here but, maybe I will

Gonna be a lot of work to copy-paste them though. Maybe I can think of a better solution.
Just upload the file?

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Just upload the file?
That was my first thought but, there are 50 files and wasn't sure if people would be interested in downloading all of those. Not to mention the weariness of running a .docx file from some anonymous internet poster. I also never read the rules for this board as I never do for any forum, LOL. I think DropBox allows for people to preview the file from their website if it's a common file type. Going to test that and probably will use DropBox. Otherwise I was thinking about combining them all into a single PDF for download.

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WSH Capitals/HER Bears 2016-2017
I will probably split them up into 5 years per post
I decided that “Owner Mode” was crap and re-started my Franchise. A lot of features are now disabled: Budget, Morale, etc. I’m also setting some house rules for myself. I cannot claim players off waivers and will try and avoid trading for star players under 30. I also cannot sign talented discarded prospects in free agency. If you play Franchise/GM mode often then you know exactly what I am referring to. It’s bad asset management by the A.I. and has been around forever. If I don’t sign them then some A.I. team will and that is good enough for me.

Rosters: Nov. 22, 2016
Game Style: 4/4 Full Sim
Period Length: 4 Minutes
Difficulty: Superstar
Trade Difficulty: Hard

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Regular Season: https://www.dropbox.com/s/l7isjmfzwl...6-17.docx?dl=0
Post Season: https://www.dropbox.com/s/73jnnijk5c...Post.docx?dl=0

WSH Capitals/HER Bears 2017-2018
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WSH Capitals/HER Bears 2018-2019
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WSH Capitals/HER Bears 2019-2020
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WSH Capitals/HER Bears 2020-2021
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P.Marleau and D.Paille retirement for both

Draft

Round-PickPlayerPositionAgeTeamLeagueCountry
3-30Alexei ZharkovD19RussiaRussiaRussia
4-1Patrik HalakLW19PrahaExtraligaCzech Republic
6-19Sheldon EngellandG19PeterboroughOHLCanada

Re-signings

PlayerPositionAgeOverallTermCap Hit
L.CoutureC30888 years$6.2M
T.HertlC25852 years$3.5M
L.EllerC30841 year$2.9M
T.WingelsC31834 years$1.85M
B.DillonD28842 years$4.45M
N.GrossmannD34821 year$2.3M
A.KhudobinG33832 years$1.2M
E.FehrRW33821 year$2M
C.ButlerD32811 year$1.7M


Free Agency

PlayerPositionAgeOverallTermCap Hit
M.PerreaultC31811 year$2.5M
D.WeiseRW31801 year$1.2M



Trades


acquire acquire
T.J.Brodie (83)J.Braun (83)
 3rd round pick 2020 (SJS)

acquire acquire
C.Pickard (82)A.Khudobin (82)

acquire acquire
G.Nyquist (84)2nd round pick 2022 (SJS)
 2nd round pick 2023 (SJS)
 3rd round pick 2024 (SJS)


Lineup


LW
C
RW
D.Yan (88)S.Crosby (A) (97)M.Johansson (85)
T.Teravainen (85)L.Couture (A) (88)V.Tarasenko (87)
G.Nyquist (84)T.Hertl (85)L.Eller (84)
M.Nieto (81)T.Wingels (83)E.Fehr (82)
 M.Perreault (81)D.Weise (80)


D
D
M-E.Vlasic (88)B.Bruns (C) (86)
M.Mueller (86)B.Dillon (84)
T.J.Brodie (83)N.Grossmann (82)
C.Butler (81) 


G
J.Reimer (86)
C.Pickard (82)


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TRADE AT TDL.

acquire acquire
T.Hall (90)E.Fehr (82)
 1st round pick 2022 (SJS)
 1st round pick 2025 (SJS)
 2nd round pick 2024 (SJS)
 3rd round pick 2021 (SJS)

A rental. Division was tight again, at the TDL I was 5th-6th in the division. Was a difficult year.

After the trade.
Hall 1LW
Yan 2LW
Teravainen 3LW
Nyquist 4LW
Nieto 4RW


Record and Standings

42-33-7

5th -> Division
6th -> Conference
15th -> League


Regular season stats

Skaters

PlayerPositionGPGAP+/-PIM
S.CrosbyC82404282+2140
D.YanLW82343872+1822
M.JohanssonRW81205272+712
T.Hall*LW78343266+1438
L.CoutureC81292655+515
M-E.VlasicD7783947+1124
V.TarasenkoRW77172845+312
T.TeravainenLW7892938-310
B.BurnsD7892837+4100
T.HertlC81162036-26
G.NyquistLW81151530+410
M.MuellerD82102030+1019
L.EllerC7791726-348
B.DillonD75101222+10105
T.J.BrodieD8241822+88
T.WingelsC8171017-1736
M.NietoLW827613-1918
N.GrossmannD68257-1052
M.PerreaultC18246+72
C.ButlerD30156-527
D.WeiseRW100000

* Hall with San Jose=> 18GP => 6G + 11A = 17PTS / +5 and 4PIMs

Goalies

PlayerGPWLOTGAASV%SO
J.Reimer71342952.8689.87%3
C.Pickard168502.7490.03%1



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1st round

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GameAwayScoreHome
1Sharks3 : 4 (OT)Coyotes
2Sharks1 : 0 (OT)Coyotes
3Coyotes3 : 4Sharks
4Coyotes3 : 4Sharks
5Sharks3 : 2Coyotes


2nd round

vs

GameAwayScoreHome
1Sharks2 : 1Kings
2Sharks3 : 0Kings
3Kings2 : 5Sharks
4Kings0 : 3Sharks


Western Conference Final

vs

GameAwayScoreHome
1Sharks1 : 2Stars
2Sharks1 : 2Stars
3Stars3 : 2Sharks
4Stars4 : 3Sharks
Notes

Tarasenko injured in game 3 against Arizona and will miss the rest of the year.

After a sweep in the 2nd round, there was another sweep, but against me this time.
Dallas will win the Cup few weeks later

The playoffs in those 3 years with San Jose, were the same as with Colorado. SCF, Champion and CF.

Also, first year without any trophy.


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2x Stanley Cup (Colorado Avalanche and San Jose Sharks) -> 2016 and 2019
President's Trophy (Colorado Avalanche) -> 2016
4x Clarence S.Campbell Trophy (2x Colorado Avalanche and 2x San Jose Sharks) -> 2015, 2016, 2018 and 2019

2x Hart Trophy (Matt Duchene and Sidney Crosby) -> 2017 and 2019
2x Art Ross Trophy (Matt Duchene and Sidney Crosby) -> 2017 and 2019
2x Maurice Richard Trophy (Matt Duchene and Sidney Crosby) -> 2017 and 2019
2x Conn Smythe Trophy (Matt Duchene and James Reimer) -> 2016 and 2019
James Norris Trophy (Tyson Barrie) -> 2017
Calder Trophy (Dennis Yan) -> 2019
2x Ted Lindsay Award (Matt Duchene and Sidney Crosby) -> 2017 and 2019
Lady Byng Trophy (Matt Duchene) -> 2017
William Jennings Trophy (James Reimer) -> 2019

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History : Colorado Avalanche

SeasonRecordPoints# in Division# in Conference# in LeaguePlayoffs
2014-201544-33-5932nd3rd12thStanley Cup Final
2015-201654-24-41121st1st1stCHAMPION
2016-201754-24-41121st1st2ndConference Final


History : San Jose Sharks

SeasonRecordPoints# in Division# in Conference# in LeaguePlayoffs
2017-201844-35-3913rd6th14thStanley Cup Final
2018-201951-31-01021st1st3rdCHAMPION
2019-202042-33-7915th6th15thConference Final

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Draft

Round-PickPlayerPositionAgeTeamLeagueCountry
4-1Lou CorsoRW18LatviaRussiaPoland
5-1Yves LapointeD19ShawiniganQMJHLCanada

Re-signings

PlayerPositionAgeOverallTermCap Hit
D.YanLW23894 years$7.5M
M.MuellerD25854 years$4.8M
J.MastersD24811 year$1.2M
C.DigiacintoLW24811 year$0.93M
L.EllerC31833 years$2.8M
G.NyquistLW30831 year$2.95M
N.GrossmannD35821 year$2.3M
D.WeiseRW31801 year$1.3M
C.ButlerD33811 year$1.5M


Free Agency

PlayerPositionAgeOverallTermCap Hit
R.SpoonerC28845 years$3.4M



Trades


acquire acquire
J.Faulk (87)B.Burns (84)
 1st round pick 2023 (SJS)
 1st round pick 2026 (SJS)
 2nd round pick 2025 (SJS)

Burns is old, his OV goes down every day. Couture will be the new captain. Crosby and Vlasic will wear "A"

acquire acquire
J.Van Boekel (83)N.Grossmann (81)
 4th round pick 2021 (SJS)
 3rd round pick 2022 (SJS)
 2nd round pick 2026 (SJS)

3 importants pieces injected in this team. 3 rookies from the AHL team.

S.Dhillon (G), 1st overall pick in 2016
J.Masters (D), 5th round choice (128 overall) in 2016
C.Digiacinto (LW)



Lineup


LW
C
RW
D.Yan (90)S.Crosby (A) (96)M.Johansson (86)
T.Teravainen (85)L.Couture (C) (88)V.Tarasenko (87)
G.Nyquist (83)T.Hertl (84)R.Spooner (84)
C.Digiacinto (81)L.Eller (83)T.Wingels (81)
M.Nieto (80) D.Weise (80)


D
D
M-E.Vlasic (A) (88)J.Faulk (87)
J.Masters (84)M.Mueller (85)
B.Dillon (84)J.Van Boekel (83)
C.Butler (81) 


G
S.Dhillon (90)
J.Reimer (83)



Record and Standings

65-15-2

1st -> Division
1st -> Conference
1st -> League


Regular season stats

Skaters

PlayerPositionGPGAP+/-PIM
S.CrosbyC824361104+3342
J.MastersD82137285+6323
D.YanLW82364177+2225
V.TarasenkoRW82323971+2133
L.CoutureC80293059+1922
T.TeravainenLW82154459+2521
J.FaulkD81144458+5067
M.JohanssonRW82233356+2610
C.DigiacintoLW82321345+3620
G.NyquistLW82242044+338
T.HertlC82212243+2821
M.MuellerD76103141+5019
M-E.VlasicD6743741+4222
R.SpoonerC82142640+3712
L.EllerC82161329+2740
J.Van BoekelD8281018+1936
T.WingelsC6031518+1915
C.ButlerD283811+1015
M.NietoLW24268+710
B.DillonD76145+1080
D.WeiseRW000000


Goalies

PlayerGPWLOTGAASV%SO
S.Dhillon69531422.1492.44%9
J.Reimer1814102.2589.04%2


MOST WINS IN THE NHL HISTORY 65 wins

LONGEST WINNING STREAK IN THE NHL HISTORY 26 wins (12home-14away)

LONGEST WINNING STREAK IN THE NHL HISTORY ON THE ROAD 14 wins

Record tied for the most points. 132 points

Masters, 85 points, first rookie, 2nd in the NHL in assists
Digiacinto, 32 goals (a 4th liner ), best rookie, 6th in points
Dhillon, most wins by a goalie in a season in the NHL history in his rookie year. 53W. Quick had 48 wins.
Crosby only player with 100+ points


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1st round

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GameAwayScoreHome
1Oilers0 : 2Sharks
2Oilers3 : 1Sharks
3Sharks2 : 4Oilers
4Sharks0 : 3Oilers
5Oilers0 : 3Sharks
6Sharks3 : 2 (OT)Oilers
7Oilers6 : 1Sharks
Notes

An historic season ended by an upset. Arizona winner of the SC.
But since I won the cup with this team, I'll change for the next year.

Art/Hart/Lindsay for Crosby

Dhillon (the goalie) is the rookie of the year. Poor Masters. 2nd in the rookie category and 2nd in Norris. OEL had 3 more goals and 10 more assists.

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Trophies

2x Stanley Cup (Colorado Avalanche and San Jose Sharks) -> 2016 and 2019
2x President's Trophy (Colorado Avalanche and San Jose Sharks) -> 2016 and 2021
4x Clarence S.Campbell Trophy (2x Colorado Avalanche and 2x San Jose Sharks) -> 2015, 2016, 2018 and 2019

3x Hart Trophy (Matt Duchene and 2x Sidney Crosby) -> 2017, 2019 and 2021
3x Art Ross Trophy (Matt Duchene and 2x Sidney Crosby) -> 2017, 2019 and 2021
2x Maurice Richard Trophy (Matt Duchene and Sidney Crosby) -> 2017 and 2019
2x Conn Smythe Trophy (Matt Duchene and James Reimer) -> 2016 and 2019
James Norris Trophy (Tyson Barrie) -> 2017
2x Calder Trophy (Dennis Yan and Stephen Dhillon) -> 2019 and 2021
3x Ted Lindsay Award (Matt Duchene and 2x Sidney Crosby) -> 2017, 2019 and 2021
Lady Byng Trophy (Matt Duchene) -> 2017
2x William Jennings Trophy (James Reimer and Stephen Dhillon) -> 2019 and 2021

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History : Colorado Avalanche

SeasonRecordPoints# in Division# in Conference# in LeaguePlayoffs
2014-201544-33-5932nd3rd12thStanley Cup Final
2015-201654-24-41121st1st1stCHAMPION
2016-201754-24-41121st1st2ndConference Final


History : San Jose Sharks

SeasonRecordPoints# in Division# in Conference# in LeaguePlayoffs
2017-201844-35-3913rd6th14thStanley Cup Final
2018-201951-31-01021st1st3rdCHAMPION
2019-202042-33-7915th6th15thConference Final
2020-202165-15-21321st1st1st1st round

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I've now done a ton of seasons with multiple different teams and it's always the same, I win the presidents cup and get KO'd in the first round, or I miss the playoffs. I've had 1 time in total where I won the Cup in my first year, then with the same roster had the worst record in the league... The simulation process seams to literally be completely random and have no merit on the team you have. Does this change by simulating the games individually, or can I sim half the season if I want to etc. I'm not looking to win the Cup every year, just want a realistic result where I can contend with the right roster, and have to find ways to move players when things are no longer going to work with the cap.

Sorry for the rant, I'm overly frustrated at this point, this game makes no sense at times.

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Saw a really weird glitch while simulating in GM mode the other day. Look at the game vs the Oilers:



How is a tie possible??? You can see from the results of other games that OT is enabled. I've never seen this before

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Saw a really weird glitch while simulating in GM mode the other day. Look at the game vs the Oilers:



How is a tie possible??? You can see from the results of other games that OT is enabled. I've never seen this before
That's pretty funny, never seen that one before. My personal favourite is when you start getting further into the sim seasons in Be A GM and EA can't make a proper schedule anymore so in the last week you play 4 straight games.

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I've now done a ton of seasons with multiple different teams and it's always the same, I win the presidents cup and get KO'd in the first round, or I miss the playoffs. I've had 1 time in total where I won the Cup in my first year, then with the same roster had the worst record in the league... The simulation process seams to literally be completely random and have no merit on the team you have. Does this change by simulating the games individually, or can I sim half the season if I want to etc. I'm not looking to win the Cup every year, just want a realistic result where I can contend with the right roster, and have to find ways to move players when things are no longer going to work with the cap.

Sorry for the rant, I'm overly frustrated at this point, this game makes no sense at times.

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When I sim each game individually I seem to get more realistic results. Also make sure you are implementing good team/line strategies. Those definitely make a huge difference during the simulation. That's exactly how you can have an all-star lineup and still miss the playoffs. I do ultimately agree though that when you sim an entire year it feels like the game penalizes you for not playing . Really dumb but it's been like that for years.

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2021/2022 (8th season)

3 years / 44 wins
4/42
6/42
5/40
5/40

I wanted a team to rebuild (or at least to retool). And a team from the east.


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Summer

M.Santorelli retirement

Draft

Round-PickPlayerPositionAgeTeamLeagueCountry
1-12Bruce BellamyLW19KootenayWHLUSA
2-12Jeff CollitonRW20Acodie-BathrustQMJHLCanada
3-12Arthur MarshD19LethbridgeWHLCanada
4-1Seth TordjmanLW19USAUSAUSA

Re-signings

PlayerPositionAgeOverallTermCap Hit
P.DeaG24854 years$4M
R.PulockD26884 years$6.5M
R.StromeC27868 years$4.85M
C.CizikasC30852 years$3.3M
B.NelsonC29842 years$3.69M
T.KennedyRW34821 year$2.5M
J.BaileyC31821 year$2.2M
C.De HaanD30821 year$2.4M

S.Aho, J.Ho-Sang, N.Kulemin and M.Grabner signed to two ways contracts.


Free Agency

PlayerPositionAgeOverallTermCap Hit
C.ClutterbuckRW33821 year$3M
D.TaratukhinG22823 years/2 way$0.8M



Trades


acquire acquire
3rd round pick 2022 (ANA)C.De Haan (82)

acquire acquire
2nd round pick 2022 (NJD)A.Lee (83)
3rd round pick 2022 (NJD)3rd round pick 2022 (ANA)

acquire acquire
1st round pick 2022 (TBL)M.Neuvirth (85)
 3rd round pick 2022 (NJD)

acquire acquire
A. Ovechkin (88)T.Kennedy (81)
 2nd round pick 2024 (NYI)
 2nd round pick 2025 (NYI)
 1st round pick 2026 (NYI)
 1st round pick 2027 (NYI)

After trading for Crosby with SJS, I acquire the other GOAT. My wings were to empty, to weak.


Lineup


LW
C
RW
A.Ovechkin (A) (88)J.Tavares (C) (91)K.Okposo (87)
C.Cizikas (85)C.Pacioretty (85)R.Strome (86)
M.Dal Colle (83)B.Nelson (84)C.Clutterbuck (82)
S.Aho (81)J.Bailey (82)J.Ho-Sang (80)
N.Kulemin (78) M.Grabner (79)


D
D
N.Leddy (A) (87)R.Pulock (89)
K.Hasler (83)T.Hamonic (86)
A.Pelech (83)C.Hobbs (81)
G.Reinhart (82) 


G
P.Dea (85)
D.Taratukhin (83)



Record and Standings

50-28-4

1st -> Division
2nd -> Conference
5th -> League


Regular season stats

Skaters

PlayerPositionGPGAP+/-PIM
J.TavaresC824654100+4041
A.OvechkinLW82414485+4160
K.OkposoRW82264672+3352
R.StromeC82313768+216
N.LeddyD8265460+516
C.CizikasC82153550+1431
C.PaciorettyC78202848+1214
K.HaslerD82153045+1986
M.Dal ColleLW82132235+134
B.NelsonC77122133+1436
R.PulockD7962733+4471
J.Ho-SangRW8242327+34
C.ClutterbuckRW82111324-146
T.HamonicD8271421+26114
J.BaileyC8271320+96
S.AhoLW8281018+410
A.PelechD755914+559
C.HobbsD706612+1218
G.ReinhartD19213+20
M.GrabnerRW9112+17
N.KuleminRW3000-40


Goalies

PlayerGPWLOTGAASV%SO
P.Dea63372232.6191.26%3
D.Taratukhin2313802.2691.99%5



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1st round

vs

GameAwayScoreHome
1Lightning2 : 0Islanders
2Lightning3 : 1Islanders
3Islanders6 : 4Lightning
4Islanders1 : 5Lightning
5Lightning3 : 2Islanders
Notes

It was the Art Ross winner (Stamkos) against the runner up (Tavares). Bolts wins in 5.

They will win the Cup in June. It was certainly Ovi's last season.


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Trophies

2x Stanley Cup (Colorado Avalanche and San Jose Sharks) -> 2016 and 2019
2x President's Trophy (Colorado Avalanche and San Jose Sharks) -> 2016 and 2021
4x Clarence S.Campbell Trophy (2x Colorado Avalanche and 2x San Jose Sharks) -> 2015, 2016, 2018 and 2019

3x Hart Trophy (Matt Duchene and 2x Sidney Crosby) -> 2017, 2019 and 2021
3x Art Ross Trophy (Matt Duchene and 2x Sidney Crosby) -> 2017, 2019 and 2021
2x Maurice Richard Trophy (Matt Duchene and Sidney Crosby) -> 2017 and 2019
2x Conn Smythe Trophy (Matt Duchene and James Reimer) -> 2016 and 2019
James Norris Trophy (Tyson Barrie) -> 2017
2x Calder Trophy (Dennis Yan and Stephen Dhillon) -> 2019 and 2021
3x Ted Lindsay Award (Matt Duchene and 2x Sidney Crosby) -> 2017, 2019 and 2021
Lady Byng Trophy (Matt Duchene) -> 2017
2x William Jennings Trophy (James Reimer and Stephen Dhillon) -> 2019 and 2021

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History : Colorado Avalanche

SeasonRecordPoints# in Division# in Conference# in LeaguePlayoffs
2014-201544-33-5932nd3rd12thStanley Cup Final
2015-201654-24-41121st1st1stCHAMPION
2016-201754-24-41121st1st2ndConference Final


History : San Jose Sharks

SeasonRecordPoints# in Division# in Conference# in LeaguePlayoffs
2017-201844-35-3913rd6th14thStanley Cup Final
2018-201951-31-01021st1st3rdCHAMPION
2019-202042-33-7915th6th15thConference Final
2020-202165-15-21321st1st1st1st round


History : New York Islanders

SeasonRecordPoints# in Division# in Conference# in LeaguePlayoffs
2021-202250-28-41041st2nd5th1st round

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When I sim each game individually I seem to get more realistic results. Also make sure you are implementing good team/line strategies. Those definitely make a huge difference during the simulation. That's exactly how you can have an all-star lineup and still miss the playoffs. I do ultimately agree though that when you sim an entire year it feels like the game penalizes you for not playing . Really dumb but it's been like that for years.
But don't players cry about being on lines below their "role" and under preform?

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WSH Capitals/HER Bears 2016-2017
I will probably split them up into 5 years per post
I decided that “Owner Mode” was crap and re-started my Franchise. A lot of features are now disabled: Budget, Morale, etc. I’m also setting some house rules for myself. I cannot claim players off waivers and will try and avoid trading for star players under 30. I also cannot sign talented discarded prospects in free agency. If you play Franchise/GM mode often then you know exactly what I am referring to. It’s bad asset management by the A.I. and has been around forever. If I don’t sign them then some A.I. team will and that is good enough for me.

Rosters: Nov. 22, 2016
Game Style: 4/4 Full Sim
Period Length: 4 Minutes
Difficulty: Superstar
Trade Difficulty: Hard

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WSH Capitals/HER Bears 2016-2017
Regular Season: https://www.dropbox.com/s/l7isjmfzwl...6-17.docx?dl=0
Post Season: https://www.dropbox.com/s/73jnnijk5c...Post.docx?dl=0

WSH Capitals/HER Bears 2017-2018
Regular Season: https://www.dropbox.com/s/jw5tbvnh91...7-18.docx?dl=0
Post Season: https://www.dropbox.com/s/plskh9wgo9...Post.docx?dl=0

WSH Capitals/HER Bears 2018-2019
Regular Season: https://www.dropbox.com/s/ea4td9xs9r...8-19.docx?dl=0
Post Season: https://www.dropbox.com/s/5q2hytzh1o...Post.docx?dl=0

WSH Capitals/HER Bears 2019-2020
Regular Season: https://www.dropbox.com/s/xi7jlg64d8...9-20.docx?dl=0
Post Season: https://www.dropbox.com/s/pon5yiui6i...Post.docx?dl=0

WSH Capitals/HER Bears 2020-2021
Regular Season: https://www.dropbox.com/s/6g7ii36o0v...0-21.docx?dl=0
Post Season: https://www.dropbox.com/s/q9pax3tns8...Post.docx?dl=0

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WSH Capitals/HER Bears 2021-2022
Regular Season: https://www.dropbox.com/s/7brxr2cw8w...1-22.docx?dl=0
Post Season: https://www.dropbox.com/s/8z4fnueaxr...Post.docx?dl=0

WSH Capitals/HER Bears 2022-2023
Regular Season: https://www.dropbox.com/s/kb7i56hohg...2-23.docx?dl=0
Post Season: https://www.dropbox.com/s/2r5uoulm3r...Post.docx?dl=0

WSH Capitals/HER Bears 2023-2024
Regular Season: https://www.dropbox.com/s/kvtfj419qo...3-24.docx?dl=0
Post Season: https://www.dropbox.com/s/r3ts9rfh41...Post.docx?dl=0

WSH Capitals/HER Bears 2024-2025
Regular Season: https://www.dropbox.com/s/mkpwbr8v8u...4-25.docx?dl=0
Post Season: https://www.dropbox.com/s/tkn0mx0l7n...Post.docx?dl=0

WSH Capitals/HER Bears 2025-2026
Regular Season: https://www.dropbox.com/s/hjvu8m275p...5-26.docx?dl=0
Post Season: https://www.dropbox.com/s/x0pp56o8z6...Post.docx?dl=0


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But don't players cry about being on lines below their "role" and under preform?
That's what tends to happen. However, that isn't why the players morale degrades. That's based on ice-time and that means you can try and alleviate this by playing them more on special teams. I'm not sure how you got to that from my reply but happy to help .

This is what I was referring to by good team/line strategies: http://hfboards.hockeysfuture.com/sh...341&highlight=

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That's what tends to happen. However, that isn't why the players morale degrades. That's based on ice-time and that means you can try and alleviate this by playing them more on special teams. I'm not sure how you got to that from my reply but happy to help .

This is what I was referring to by good team/line strategies: http://hfboards.hockeysfuture.com/sh...341&highlight=
Frustration is how haha, I started a new one with my Bruins today and so far I've melded a bunch of different roles together so it's no line offense or defense has anyone playing together with the same role and started the season 3-0 winning every game, 4-0 F, 3-0 F, 4-3 F/OT

Thank you for the feedback. Overall my roster isn't exactly what I would want, because of filling in those grinders and what not, but it's working so can't complain too much.

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Summer

Alexander Ovechkin retires from the NHL

Draft

acquire acquire
8th overall pick25th overall pick
 30th overall pick

acquire acquire
31st overall pick47th overall pick
 65th overall pick

2 notable trades during the draft.

Round-PickPlayerPositionAgeTeamLeagueCountry
1-8Jeffrey AdamsRW20ErieOHLCanada
2-1Louis LalandeC20ShawuniganQMJHLCanada
3-25Kenny PerronG19USAUSAUSA
4-1Anthony DemeloC19ZurichNational LeagueSwitzerland
5-2Markku VarakasD19KolPaLiigaFinland
6-1Sergey KapitanovLW20RussiaRussiaLatvia

Re-signings

PlayerPositionAgeOverallTermCap Hit
K.OkposoRW34873 years$6.95M
K.HaslerD22858 years$5.1M
N.LeddyD31864 years$4.5M
J.BaileyC32823 years$2M
C.HobbsD25812 years$1.65M
G.ReinhartD28812 years$1.95M


Free Agency

PlayerPositionAgeOverallTermCap Hit
M.DomiLW27853 years$4.5M
M.StoneRW30821 year$3.2M
J-G.PageauC29821 year$3M
J.LeivoLW29811 year$2M



Trades


acquire acquire
T.Wilson (87)K.Okposo (87)
 2nd round pick 2026 (NYI)


Lineup


LW
C
RW
M.Domi (85)J.Tavares (C) (92)T.Wilson (87)
C.Cizikas (85)C.Pacioretty (85)R.Strome (87)
M.Dal Colle (83)B.Nelson (83)M.Stone (82)
S.Aho (81)J-G.Pageau (82)J.Bailey (81)
J.Leivo (81) J.Ho-Sang (80)


D
D
K.Hasler (A) (85)R.Pulock (89)
N.Leddy (A) (86)T.Hamonic (85)
A.Pelech (84)C.Hobbs (81)
G.Reinhart (81) 


G
P.Dea (85)
D.Taratukhin (83)


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TRADE AT TDL

acquire acquire
Z.Bratina (78)J.Bailey (81)
4th round pick 2023 (WSH) 

acquire acquire
3rd round pick 2023 (CBJ)G.Reinhart (81)
3rd round pick 2024 (CBJ)Rights to A.Demelo (67)

acquire acquire
2nd round pick 2023 (DAL)L.Soderstrom (83)

My AHL goalie, maybe I should've tried to go for a first round pick.


We're not doing good, so we will start our rebuild by acquiring some picks already now, before a firesale during the summer.

Record and Standings

37-37-8

7th -> Division
12th -> Conference
22nd -> League


Regular season stats

Skaters

PlayerPositionGPGAP+/-PIM
R.StromeC82203959+2116
C.CizikasC82203959+2724
J.TavaresC78302858+928
M.DomiLW82183654+225
T.WilsonRW82242448-175
C.PaciorettyC82212546+1423
N.LeddyD82152944+1515
K.HaslerD7853843+23111
R.PulockD7892635+2276
B.NelsonC74142034+1153
M.Dal ColleLW79131326+910
T.HamonicD7871724+16130
S.AhoLW8271724+1110
J-G.PageauC79121022+1310
M.StoneRW7991322+447
C.HobbsD8251217+1211
A.PelechD82279+1168
J.LeivoLW34314-210
J.Ho-SangRW702200


Goalies

PlayerGPWLOTGAASV%SO
P.Dea64263242.8990.40%5
D.Taratukhin2111612.2491.97%0



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Notes

First time I miss the playoffs. San Jose will win the Cup, with a lot of players that played under my directions. They were a WC2 team, finishing only with 4 more points than me in the standings.


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Trophies

2x Stanley Cup (Colorado Avalanche and San Jose Sharks) -> 2016 and 2019
2x President's Trophy (Colorado Avalanche and San Jose Sharks) -> 2016 and 2021
4x Clarence S.Campbell Trophy (2x Colorado Avalanche and 2x San Jose Sharks) -> 2015, 2016, 2018 and 2019

3x Hart Trophy (Matt Duchene and 2x Sidney Crosby) -> 2017, 2019 and 2021
3x Art Ross Trophy (Matt Duchene and 2x Sidney Crosby) -> 2017, 2019 and 2021
2x Maurice Richard Trophy (Matt Duchene and Sidney Crosby) -> 2017 and 2019
2x Conn Smythe Trophy (Matt Duchene and James Reimer) -> 2016 and 2019
James Norris Trophy (Tyson Barrie) -> 2017
2x Calder Trophy (Dennis Yan and Stephen Dhillon) -> 2019 and 2021
3x Ted Lindsay Award (Matt Duchene and 2x Sidney Crosby) -> 2017, 2019 and 2021
Lady Byng Trophy (Matt Duchene) -> 2017
2x William Jennings Trophy (James Reimer and Stephen Dhillon) -> 2019 and 2021

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History : Colorado Avalanche

SeasonRecordPoints# in Division# in Conference# in LeaguePlayoffs
2014-201544-33-5932nd3rd12thStanley Cup Final
2015-201654-24-41121st1st1stCHAMPION
2016-201754-24-41121st1st2ndConference Final


History : San Jose Sharks

SeasonRecordPoints# in Division# in Conference# in LeaguePlayoffs
2017-201844-35-3913rd6th14thStanley Cup Final
2018-201951-31-01021st1st3rdCHAMPION
2019-202042-33-7915th6th15thConference Final
2020-202165-15-21321st1st1st1st round


History : New York Islanders

SeasonRecordPoints# in Division# in Conference# in LeaguePlayoffs
2021-202250-28-41041st2nd5th1st round
2022-202337-37-8827th12th22ndMissed

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Draft

acquire acquire
31st overall pick39th overall pick
 45th overall pick

notable trade during the draft.

Round-PickPlayerPositionAgeTeamLeagueCountry
1-9Valeri KaigorodovD19UkraineRussiaRussia
2-1Derek MessierRW18KitchenerOHLUSA
3-1Marek HrivikLW18SpartaExtraligaSlovakia
3-11Andy BrigleyD19LondonOHLCanada
4-13Magnus EricssonD19HV71SHLSweden
5-1Jayden AveryG20VictoriaWHLCanada
6-1Morgan EdwardsD19BrandonWHLCanada

Re-signings

PlayerPositionAgeOverallTermCap Hit
C.PaciorettyC22853 years$3.7M
C.CizikasC32853 years$3.375M
A.PelechD28832 years$4.5M
M.Dal ColleLW27831 year$2.8M
S.AhoLW25812 years$1.9M
J.Ho-SangRW27801 year$1M
B.NelsonC31843 years$3.8M
J-G.PageauC30821 year$2.2M
M.StoneRW31821 year$2.3M


Free Agency

PlayerPositionAgeOverallTermCap Hit
M.SejnaRW24813 years/2 way$0.75M
R.BadenhorstG24802 years/2 way$0.975M
H.SamuelssonRW29841 year$5.5M
J.AbdelkaderLW36811 year$2.5M


Trades

acquire acquire
1st round pick 2024 (NSH)J.Tavares (92)
2nd round pick 2024 (ANA) 

The captain is not on the team anymore.

acquire acquire
1st round pick 2024 (TOR)T.Hamonic (85)

Another good player leaving.

acquire acquire
1st round pick 2024 (TBL)P.Dea (85)

The goalie is also traded.

acquire acquire
1st round pick 2024 (PIT)B.Nelson (84)
 2nd round pick 2027 (NYI)
 2nd round pick 2028 (NYI)

This first pick looks better in April. Pens finished last in the regular season.

acquire acquire
Rights to S.Wagner (77)J.Adams (73)
 Rigts to V.Kaigorodov (67)

Wagner is one of the best prospects in trade value. I've signed him and he'll play in CHL this year.

Lineup


LW
C
RW
M.Domi (85)C.Pacioretty (85)T.Wilson (88)
C.Cizikas (A) (85)R.Strome (86)M.Sejna (83)
M.Dal Colle (83)M.Bourgeois (80)H.Samuelsson (84)
S.Aho (81)J-G.Pageau (81)M.Stone (82)
J.Abdelkader (79) J.Ho-Sang (80)


D
D
K.Hasler (C) (84)R.Pulock (89)
M.Taratukhin (82)N.Leddy (A) (86)
A.Pelech (83)C.Hobbs (81)
A.Vladimirov (74) 


G
D.Taratukhin (83)
R.Badenhorst


Bourgeois and Taratukhin (the d-man) are both from the AHL team.


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TRADE AT TDL

acquire acquire
1st round pick 2024 (CGY)1st round pick 2024 (TBL)
 2nd round pick 2024 (ANA)
 2nd round pick 2029 (NYI)

Record and Standings

43-35-4

3rd -> Division
7th -> Conference
14th -> League


Regular season stats

Skaters

PlayerPositionGPGAP+/-PIM
R.StromeC82193857-618
M.DomiLW82233053-415
N.LeddyD82103949-124
T.WilsonRW80202444+380
C.PaciorettyC80132740012
M.SejnaRW7673340012
C.CizikasC82112536-46
K.HaslerD8263036-1282
M.TaratukhinD8220828-712
M.Dal ColleLW82101626-517
H.SamuelssonRW7891625-882
J-G.PageauC8291625-316
M.StoneRW80121123-1147
M.BourgeoisC8291120-1113
R.PulockD6771017+438
C.HobbsD826814-418
S.AhoLW7241014-48
A.PelechD825510076
J.Ho-SangRW22257-100
J.AbdelkaderLW6202-24
A.VladimirovD13101-72


Goalies

PlayerGPWLOTGAASV%SO
D.Taratukhin67342942.6491.25%3
R.Badenhorst209902.3791.67%3



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1st round

vs

GameAwayScoreHome
1Islanders0 : 2Flyers
2Islanders1 : 5Flyers
3Flyers6 : 3Islanders
4Flyers2 : 4Islanders
5Islanders2 : 0Flyers
6Flyers3 : 5Islanders
7Islanders2 : 1Flyers


2nd round

vs

GameAwayScoreHome
1Maple Leafs4 : 3 (OT)Islanders
2Maple Leafs1 : 0Islanders
3Islanders2 : 5Maple Leafs
4Islanders3 : 1Maple Leafs
5Maple Leafs2 : 1Islanders
Notes

Big changes during the summer, Tavares, Hamonic, Dea, ... out.

We were a .500 team almost all year long but a good before the deadline, put us in a good position for a playoff spot in a weak division. Even if I missed the playoffs last year, but the numbers (goals, assists, points were slightly better in general)

OMG, THAT 1ST ROUND. Tom Wilson, the best forward injured at the end of the regular season. He only came back for game 4, while we were already down 3-0 in the series. He put this team on his back, scored 2 goals in G4 and 1 goal, the GWG in G7. Like they did in 1975, the Islanders come back from 3-0 deficit to win the series.

No miracles in round 2. Toronto with Hamonic, will win the Cup few weeks later. (Like it almost happens everytime, team that beats me, wins the cup). They won the CUP in 17 games. The only game they lost was against me.

This will be a good experience for the young guys. A good experience for a team in year 1 of rebuild.


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Trophies

2x Stanley Cup (Colorado Avalanche and San Jose Sharks) -> 2016 and 2019
2x President's Trophy (Colorado Avalanche and San Jose Sharks) -> 2016 and 2021
4x Clarence S.Campbell Trophy (2x Colorado Avalanche and 2x San Jose Sharks) -> 2015, 2016, 2018 and 2019

3x Hart Trophy (Matt Duchene and 2x Sidney Crosby) -> 2017, 2019 and 2021
3x Art Ross Trophy (Matt Duchene and 2x Sidney Crosby) -> 2017, 2019 and 2021
2x Maurice Richard Trophy (Matt Duchene and Sidney Crosby) -> 2017 and 2019
2x Conn Smythe Trophy (Matt Duchene and James Reimer) -> 2016 and 2019
James Norris Trophy (Tyson Barrie) -> 2017
2x Calder Trophy (Dennis Yan and Stephen Dhillon) -> 2019 and 2021
3x Ted Lindsay Award (Matt Duchene and 2x Sidney Crosby) -> 2017, 2019 and 2021
Lady Byng Trophy (Matt Duchene) -> 2017
2x William Jennings Trophy (James Reimer and Stephen Dhillon) -> 2019 and 2021

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History : Colorado Avalanche

SeasonRecordPoints# in Division# in Conference# in LeaguePlayoffs
2014-201544-33-5932nd3rd12thStanley Cup Final
2015-201654-24-41121st1st1stCHAMPION
2016-201754-24-41121st1st2ndConference Final


History : San Jose Sharks

SeasonRecordPoints# in Division# in Conference# in LeaguePlayoffs
2017-201844-35-3913rd6th14thStanley Cup Final
2018-201951-31-01021st1st3rdCHAMPION
2019-202042-33-7915th6th15thConference Final
2020-202165-15-21321st1st1st1st round


History : New York Islanders

SeasonRecordPoints# in Division# in Conference# in LeaguePlayoffs
2021-202250-28-41041st2nd5th1st round
2022-202337-37-8827th12th22ndMissed
2023-202443-35-4903rd7th14th2nd round

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I usually like to play semi-simulated GM modes with lots of trading (including lots of giving up draft picks). Sometimes I have the cap on, sometimes the cap off. This time, for the first one I am sharing with the outside world, I am going to simulate ALL games. No intervening, as much as I may be tempted to. (Though I will sim live through some games.) Salary cap on. I'm not quite decided whether I am going to keep this ultra-realistic, or a mix of realism and video game fun, but the preset is "traditional", and injuries are on.

With that said, I am starting as the Carolina Hurricanes with the April 17, 2017 roster update, with NO CHANGES from it. That means that no real life trades after that date will be incorporated. Of note is that Bryan Bickell is still in the game, as EA did not move him into retired with that update for some reason. ​ As he has a $4M cap charge that is impossible to trade, I am just going to leave him scratched for the final year of his deal rather than try to trade him or send him to the AHL, as the $4M is keeping me above the salary floor.

The length will be 25 seasons, but who knows if I will actually run it that long?

With that said, let's go!

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Hurricanes sale to Quebecor is final. Relocation likely. Rumblings they will clean house today.
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Analyst 11:27am, 9/24/16:
CAR will fire GM Ron Francis among other executives. Coaches TBD
Statement from Quebecor, New Hurricanes Owners
The Carolina Hurricanes have relieved General Manager Ron Francis and all the assistant General Managers of their duties effective immediately. The Hurricanes are hiring ncoramwx as the new General Manager, along with two new assistant General Managers. Furthermore, we are also hiring a Director of Hockey Analytics.

Head Coach Bill Peters and his assistants are being evaluated in the coming days. A decision will be made on their status before our fourth preseason game on Saturday, October 1 against Philadelphia.

Quote:
Analyst 1:59pm, 9/24/16:
Hearing CAR is looking for a young starting G, Ward and a 1st may be in play, maybe others
TRADE
To Minnesota:
Valentin Zykov
2018 2nd round pick

To Carolina:
2018 1st round pick

Quote:
Analyst 2:21pm, 9/24/16:
The 1st going back in the CAR/MIN trade may help in the goalie pursuit

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Analyst 3:02pm, 9/24/16:
In a stunner, Matt Murray may be on his way out of Pittsburgh
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Analyst 3:28pm, 9/24/16:
Matt Murray to CAR for Ward and a 1st
TRADE
To Pittsburgh:
Cam Ward
2018 1st round pick (via MIN)

To Carolina:
Matt Murray

CAR retains 50% of Ward's salary for the next two years.

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Analyst 3:55pm, 9/24/16:
Savvy trading by ncoramwx here. Carolina practically stole Matt Murray. Fans in Pittsburgh right to be up in arms.
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Analyst 4:05pm, 9/24/16:
PIT will fire Jim Rutherford in the wake of today's trade. Hearing CAR may not be done dealing
TRADE
To Boston:
Brett Pesce
2017 3rd round pick (via OTT)

To Carolina:
Charlie McAvoy

Quote:
Analyst 4:44pm, 9/24/16:
Again, love the McAvoy move for CAR. They might be looking to do more business today as well. Again, Bruins fans can be mad. Sweeney could be punished harshly for this one, but at least the return was better than what now ex-Pens GM Rutherford got for Matt Murray .
TRADE
To Chicago:
2017 4th round pick

To Carolina:
Marcus Kruger

ncoramwx: "I think our moves today will help us perform well in the long term. Whether that translates into success this year or even next year remains to be seen, but I definitely think we will be helped in the long term."

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September 28, 2016

The first two preseason games go as follows:
9/25: 3-2 L vs CBJ
9/27: 4-0 W vs NJ

Quote:
Analyst 6:45am, 9/28/16:
CAR firing HC Bill Peters, assistants
ncoramwx: "We have relieved Bill Peters and his assistants of their duties as of this morning. Noah Taylor has been hired as our Head Coach, and he will be able to select his own assistants with my approval."

Quote:
Analyst 11:01am, 9/28/16:
It is happening: CAR is relocating to Quebec City for 2017-18 after years of languishing attendance and monetary losses
Statement from Quebecor
The Carolina Hurricanes are relocating to Quebec City for the 2017-18 season, and will play at Videotron Centre.

We would like to thank our loyal fans over the past 19 years. More details on the Quebec City team will be announced at a later date.

October 10, 2016
The remainder of the preseason:

9/29/16: 6-2 W vs PIT
10/1: 7-3 L vs PHI
10/3: 4-2 L vs NYI
10/5: 4-2 L vs WSH
10/7: 5-3 W vs NYR

October 13, 2016 - Opening Night

TRADE
To Edmonton:
Jay McClement
Erik Karlsson (the minor league left wing, NOT the Senators defenseman)
2017 5th round pick (via BOS)

To Carolina:
Mark Letestu
Joey LaLeggia


Opening Forward Lines:
Skinner (87) - Staal (87) - Teravainen (82)
Stempniak (82) - Rask (85) - Lindholm (83)
Di Giuseppe (80) - Letestu (81) - Aho (80)
Nordstrom (80) - Kruger (80) - Nestrasil (81)

Opening Defense Pairings:
Hanifin (83) - Faulk (88)
Slavin (81) - McAvoy (81)
Dahlbeck (80) - Tennyson (80)

Opening Goalies:
Murray (86)
Lack (81)

10/13: 2-1 W @ WPG

October 31, 2016
10/16: 1-0 W @ VAN
10/18: 4-3 W @ EDM
10/18 postgame: Dahlbeck injured, Ryan Murphy (78) subs in
10/20: 2-0 W @ CGY
10/20 postgame: Tennyson injured, Philip Samuelsson (77) called up, Murphy-Samuelsson pairing
10/22: 3-1 L @ PHI
10/25: 2-0 W @ DET
10/27: tennyson back
10/28: 7-4 L vs NYR
10/30 before game: Dahlbeck back
10/30: 5-1 L vs PHI

Not a *terrible* October thanks to a strong start out West but could be better. 5-3-0.

November 13, 2016

11/1: 3-2 L @ OTT
11/1 postgame: Dahlbeck out until 12/2 with concussion, Murphy subs in at LD3 (77)
11/5: 4-3 OTL @ NSH
11/5 postgame: Faulk out with groin, return 11/13 est. McAvoy to pairing RD1, Tennyson to RD2, Samuelsson to RD3
11/6: 3-2 L vs NJ
11/8: 5-4 L @ NJ
11/9: Faulk back, he returns to RD1, McAvoy RD2, Tennyson RD3, Samuelsson scratched
11/10: 4-3 SOW vs. ANA
11/11: Murray out with bruised shoulder, est. return 11/22, Lack starting, Leighton (77) backup
11/12: 3-2 W vs WSH

Quote:
Insider 7:42pm, 11/12/16:
CAR is shopping Slavin, looking for a solid left shot D-man and a 1st
November 14, 2016

Quote:
Insider 11:40am, 11/14/16:
CAR is dealing Slavin to Los Angeles, possibly for Martinez
Quote:
Insider 11:42am, 11/14/16:
Sounds like the return to CAR is going to be McNabb and a 1st; LA also gets picks
TRADE
To Los Angeles:
Jaccob Slavin (81)
2017 2nd round pick (via NYR)
2019 7th round pick

To Carolina:
Brayden McNabb (85)
2017 1st round pick

McNabb goes on the left side of the second D pairing next to McAvoy where Slavin was.

ncoramwx: "Brayden McNabb will strengthen our developing blue line significantly and we welcome him to the team. As for Jaccob Slavin, I am upset to trade him, but feel that this is in the best interests of our team going forward. Los Angeles is getting a talented young man and we wish Jaccob all the best."

December 1, 2016
11/15: 5-2 L vs. SJ
11/18: 5-4 SOL vs. MTL
11/19: Matt Murray returns from injury
11/20: 2-1 W vs. WPG
11/22: 3-1 L @ TOR
11/24: 3-2 OTW @ MTL
11/25: Klas Dahlbeck returns from injury, slots back into LD3. Samuelsson sent down. Also, McNabb moves up to LD1 and Hanifin moves down to LD2.
11/26: 4-3 SOW @ OTT
11/27: 6-2 L vs. FLA
11/28: Justin Faulk injured until about 12/23. McAvoy moves up to RD1, Tennyson to RD2, Murphy to RD3.
11/29: 4-1 L @ NYR

Overall, not great this November. 5-7-2, bringing the record for the year to 10-10-2.

December 24, 2016
12/1 pregame: Tennyson injured. Dahlbeck to RD2, Murphy to LD3, Samuelsson called up to slot into RD3.
12/1: 3-1 W @ BOS
12/3: 2-0 W @ NYR
12/4 pregame: Tennyson available early. Dahlbeck back to LD3. Murphy scratched. Tennyson back to RD2.
12/4: 5-2 L vs. TB
12/7: 2-1 OTW @ ANA
12/8: 1-0 L @ LA
12/9: Hanifin out for a month with a concussion. Dahlbeck to LD2. Murphy in at LD3.
12/10: 4-2 L @ SJ
12/12: McAvoy knee injury, gone for about a week, Tennyson to RD1, Samuelsson to RD2, calling up Trevor Carrick (76) to slot in at RD3
12/13: 6-1 L @ VAN
12/16: 5-0 L vs. WSH
12/17 pregame: McAvoy back early, Carrick sent down, McAvoy in at RD1, Tennyson RD2, Samuelsson RD3
12/17: 6-1 W vs. BUF
12/19: 5-3 W vs. DET
12/22: 6-2 L @ BUF
12/23: 4-1 L vs. BOS, Faulk back

At the Christmas break, the Hurricanes are 15-17-2 and are getting a huge injury bug on the blueline for Christmas. About as bad as a lump of coal (only better because coal is bad for the environment). The leading point scorer is Teuvo Teravainen (3-19--22), whose 19 assists also leads the team. The leading goal scorer is Jeff Skinner with 13 goals (13-8--21).


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J.Abdelkader retires

Draft

5 first round picks. Pittsburgh's pick won the lottery. Nelson trade.

Round-PickPlayerPositionAgeTeamLeagueCountry
1-1Todd RichardsonRW19USAUSAUSA
1-3Morgan CoronelLW18VancouverWHLCanada
1-6Lawrence GuardD19Tri-CityWHLCanada
1-17Kenny WestgarthD18SaginawOHLCanada
1-30Jayden FiddlerLW20Saint JohnQMJHLCanada
2-25Joey FwolerC19Sault St. MaryOHLCanada
7-17Anthony WilsonD20MississaugaOHLCanada

Re-signings

PlayerPositionAgeOverallTermCap Hit
T.WilsonRW30883 years$6.45M
D.TaratukhinG25835 years$1.7M
H.SamuelssonRW30831 year$3.6M
M.Dal ColleLW28833 years$2.8M
C.HobbsD27813 years$2.1M
S.AhoLW25812 years$1.9M
J.Ho-SangRW28802 years$1M
M.BourgeoisC25802 years$1.22M
J-G.PageauC31812 years$1.4M
M.StoneRW32821 year$2.4M


Free Agency

PlayerPositionAgeOverallTermCap Hit
E.SarthouG26821 year$2.5M

I almost signed C.McDavid. My offer was 11.2AAV/7 years but he signed for 11.505AAV/6 years with Detroit Red Wings, and won the Art, Lady Byng and Selke.


Trades

acquire acquire
M.Watt (80)Rights to T.Richardson (69)
 S.Tordjman (74)

I didn't follow my scout staff, and it was a mistake. Byrne (2nd overall) and Watt (4th overall) was their choices, but I decided to select Richardson and Coronel. Coronel signed and will play in CHL this year, but Richardson wasn't signed. So I decided to trade him for a NHL ready Watt.

Lineup


LW
C
RW
M.Domi (85)C.Pacioretty (85)T.Wilson (88)
M.Watt (82)R.Strome (86)M.Sejna (84)
C.Cizikas (A) (85)L.Lalande (81)H.Samuelsson (83)
M.Dal Colle (83)M.Bourgeois (80)M.Stone (82)
S.Aho (80) J.Ho-Sang (80)


D
D
K.Hasler (C) (84)R.Pulock (89)
M.Taratukhin (82)N.Leddy (A) (85)
A.Pelech (84)C.Hobbs (81)
 B.Carlo (75)


G
D.Taratukhin (83)
E.Sarthou (82)


Lalande drafted 31st overall in 2023 draft. Carlo from AHL.


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TRADE AT TDL

acquire acquire
3rd round pick 2025 (SJS)M.Stone (82)
3rd round pick 2026 (SJS) 

Mikael Printz (RW ; 80) taken from waivers from Arizona, few days after the TDL, because I had many injuries. Only 1 year left on his contract

Record and Standings

35-36-11

7th -> Division
13th -> Conference
26th -> League


Regular season stats

Skaters

PlayerPositionGPGAP+/-PIM
M.DomiLW82144963+210
C.PaciorettyC80223860+218
M.WattLW79263258-414
N.LeddyD82134154+228
R.StromeC77252853-56
T.WilsonRW78262248+779
K.HaslerD7793140-7140
R.PulockD82162339-2294
L.LalandeC82181836+44
M.SejnaRW7472734-910
M.TaratukhinD82131831+1217
H.SamuelssonRW82111930-571
C.CizikasC7292029+113
M.Dal ColleLW7481018+614
M.BourgeoisC7261117-530
M.Printz*RW7910313-134
S.AhoLW2221012-510
J.Ho-SangRW353811-48
A.PelechD723710-367
C.HobbsD80279-324
B.CarloD17033-52

*M.Printz, I forgot to look his stats with Arizona. So it's the total for the year.

Goalies

PlayerGPWLOTGAASV%SO
D.Taratukhin64282152.9190.17%4
E.Sarthou2971703.6787.66%2


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Notes

We started well the year, but fell off quickly too.

Watt, finished 1st among rookies in points, Lalande 5th.

Marty Watt won the Calder Trohpy

Toronto Maple Leafs are back to back champions. Won the final against San Jose Sharks.

I need to do well in my contract year

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Trophies

2x Stanley Cup (Colorado Avalanche and San Jose Sharks) -> 2016 and 2019
2x President's Trophy (Colorado Avalanche and San Jose Sharks) -> 2016 and 2021
4x Clarence S.Campbell Trophy (2x Colorado Avalanche and 2x San Jose Sharks) -> 2015, 2016, 2018 and 2019

3x Hart Trophy (Matt Duchene and 2x Sidney Crosby) -> 2017, 2019 and 2021
3x Art Ross Trophy (Matt Duchene and 2x Sidney Crosby) -> 2017, 2019 and 2021
2x Maurice Richard Trophy (Matt Duchene and Sidney Crosby) -> 2017 and 2019
2x Conn Smythe Trophy (Matt Duchene and James Reimer) -> 2016 and 2019
James Norris Trophy (Tyson Barrie) -> 2017
3x Calder Trophy (Dennis Yan, Stephen Dhillon and Marty Watt) -> 2019, 2021 and 2025
3x Ted Lindsay Award (Matt Duchene and 2x Sidney Crosby) -> 2017, 2019 and 2021
Lady Byng Trophy (Matt Duchene) -> 2017
2x William Jennings Trophy (James Reimer and Stephen Dhillon) -> 2019 and 2021

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History : Colorado Avalanche

SeasonRecordPoints# in Division# in Conference# in LeaguePlayoffs
2014-201544-33-5932nd3rd12thStanley Cup Final
2015-201654-24-41121st1st1stCHAMPION
2016-201754-24-41121st1st2ndConference Final


History : San Jose Sharks

SeasonRecordPoints# in Division# in Conference# in LeaguePlayoffs
2017-201844-35-3913rd6th14thStanley Cup Final
2018-201951-31-01021st1st3rdCHAMPION
2019-202042-33-7915th6th15thConference Final
2020-202165-15-21321st1st1st1st round


History : New York Islanders

SeasonRecordPoints# in Division# in Conference# in LeaguePlayoffs
2021-202250-28-41041st2nd5th1st round
2022-202337-37-8827th12th22ndMissed
2023-202443-35-4903rd7th14th2nd round
2024-202535-36-11817th13th26thMissed

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