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06-27-2017, 12:23 PM
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January 6, 2017
12/28/16: 4-2 W @ PIT
12/30/16 pregame: Victor Rask out for a week, Letestu to C2, Kruger C3, Nestrasil C4, Samuelsson RW4
12/30/16: 4-3 SOW vs CHI
12/31/16: Dahlbeck out. Carrick in at LD3
12/31/16: 3-2 W @ TB
1/3/17: 4-2 W vs. NJ
1/3/17 postgame: Jordan Staal out for 10 days. All centers up by one position. Nordstrom at C4. Connor Brickley at LW4.
1/4/17: Noah Hanifin returns. McNabb LD1, Hanifin LD2, Tennyson RD3, Murphy LD3, Carrick scratched.
1/4/17:
UFA SIGNING
Jared Cowen (82), 2.5 mil for the remainder of the year.
Assistant GM, Nosal Reflore: "ncoramwx made this deal on a marginal hotel wi-fi connection at a ski lodge in Vermont. Since the phone signal was too weak, he verbally agreed with Jared Cowen via Skype, then Cowen and I signed the deal with his agent present here. Cowen will not only give us an emergency boost to our defense corps, but will also help our salary floor situation, since Bettman is probably cursing at us in his sleep right now. The salary floor is mindless!" Cowen replaces Murphy at LD3.
1/5/17: Dahlbeck returns and moves to RD3. Tennyson is a healthy scratch. Also, AGM Nosal Reflore is fired by ncoramwx for his comments. Finally, the Hurricanes lose 3-2 @ STL.
1/6/17: Rask returns to the lineup. Samuelsson is sent down. C1 is Rask, C2 is Letestu, C3 is Kruger, C4 is Nestrasil. Staal will be back soon. Finally, the Hurricanes lose 4-3 @ CHI.

January 28, 2017
1/8: 4-2 W vs. BOS
1/10: 4-3 OTW vs. CBJ, within one point of the CBJ for the last playoff spot. Matt Murray (18-15-0, 2.65 GAA/.913 pct, 35 GP) gets hurt with a swollen knee, Michael Leighton (78) is the callup, and is actually named the starter. In 13 games (4-5-0), Lack has a .880 save percentage and a 3.68 GAA. In this season thus far in the AHL, in 14 games (7-4-0), Leighton has a 1.55 GAA and a .947 save percentage.
1/11: Staal back in the lineup. Murphy to the AHL. Staal C1, Rask C2, Letestu C3, Kruger C4, Nordstrom LW4, Nestrasil RW4. Murray is the only remaining injury.
1/13: 4-2 L vs. BUF
1/14 pregame: Cowen injured. Dahlbeck LD2, Tennyson RD3
1/14: 4-3 OTW vs. NYI
1/16: Cowen back in; replaces Tennyson.
1/17: 6-1 W @ CBJ
1/20: 3-1 W vs. PIT
1/20 postgame: McNabb injured ribs until about 2/15. Hanifin to LD1, Cowen up to LD2, Tennyson in at RD3.
1/21: 4-3 SOW @ CBJ. Now in the first wild card spot, tied with PHI and NJ, but CAR owns the tiebreaker. 3 points behind CBJ and PIT for tie for 2nd.
1/23: 5-1 W @ WSH
1/26: 2-1 L vs. LA
1/28: At the all star break, the Canes are 26-21-2 and are one point behind Columbus for third and tied with Philadelphia for fourth in the division (with Carolina holding the tiebreaker; both teams have wild cards spots.) CAR and PHI have a head to head matchup coming out of the break. Depending on how Columbus does that night, the winner could leapfrog the Jackets for third.

March 1, 2017
1/31: 3-1 L vs PHI. Nestrasil out for two weeks; Connor Brickley (80) takes his spot at RW4. Canes now in 5th, tied with NJ but holding the tiebreaker. Two points behind CBJ/PHI tie.
2/2: Murray returns.
2/3: 7-5 W vs. EDM. Kruger sustains a concussion, out for about a month. Nordstrom moves to C4 and Andrew Miller (75) is called up to go to LW4.
2/4: 3-1 L @ NYI
2/7: 4-2 W @ WSH.
2/8: Nestrasil returns and moves to C4. Nordstrom back to LW4.
2/11: 5-2 W @ DAL
2/12: Brayden McNabb returns to LD1, Hanifin LD2, Cowen LD3, Dahlbeck RD3.
2/14:
Quebecor statement: "The Quebec Nordiques will be the name of the relocated Hurricanes, and will wear uniforms inspired by the Nordiques of the past, with the principal color being blue, and the others being red and white. The logo will replicate that of the old Nordiques. Season tickets are now on sale. There will be multiple open houses at Videotron Centre throughout the remainder of the winter, as well as spring and summer, for prospective season ticket holders."
2/17: 4-3 SOW vs. COL. McAvoy out for a few days. Cowen to RD2. Dahlbeck to LD3. Tennyson RD3.
2/18: 4-2 L vs. TOR
2/20: Justin Faulk injured elbow, out for a month, McAvoy returns and takes Faulk's spot.
2/21: 7-1 L vs. PIT
2/24: 6-3 L vs. OTT
2/26: 3-1 L vs. CGY. Carolina now in 6th and 2 points out of the final playoff spot (NYI)
2/27:
TRADE
To St. Louis:
Two 2017 1st-round picks (one CAR's own, another from LA)

To Carolina:
2017 1st round pick (Blues are dead last in the league right now)

2/28: 3-2 OTL @ FLA
3/1: TRADE DEADLINE. Markus Kruger returns at C4 (Nestrasil to RW4), then a 6-2 W @ TB. No further trades.

April 11, 2017
3/3: 7-5 L vs. AZ. Kruger gets another concussion; Nestrasil to C4, Brickley to RW4.
3/5: 7-3 W @ AZ
3/7: 5-0 W @ COL
3/9: 3-0 L vs. NYR
3/11: 4-3 SOW vs. TOR
3/13: 2-1 L @ NYI
3/14: 1-0 W vs. NYI
3/16: 4-1 W vs. MIN
3/17: Faulk returns at RD1, McAvoy to RD2, Dahlbeck at RD3, Cowen at LD3, Tennyson scratched
3/18: 3-0 L vs. NSH. McAvoy out a few days with a sore shoulder. Cowen RD2, Dahlbeck LD3, Tennyson RD3
3/19: 5-2 L @ PHI
3/21: 4-3 W @ FLA
3/22: McAvoy back, things revert
3/23: 4-2 L @ MTL
3/25: 3-0 W @ NJ
3/27: Kruger is back. No hurt players for the first time since November 1.
3/28: 2-1 L vs. DET. Canes three points behind Florida for the final wild card spot and six behind New Jersey and Columbus (tie) for fourth in the Metro.
3/30: 3-2 OTL vs. CBJ.
4/1: 3-1 L vs. DAL. Matt Murray pulled groin, out for a few days.
4/2: 6-2 L @ PIT.
4/4: 3-1 W @ MIN
4/5: Murray returns
4/6: 2-0 W vs. NYI. McNabb injured at the worst possible time. Hanifin to LD1 Cowen to LD2 Dahlbeck LD3 Tennyson RD3.
4/7: 3-1 L vs. STL. Dahlbeck injured. I just put in Nestrasil at LD3 to avoid a nightmare in roster fixing, as one point by FLA in their next two games knocks CAR out of contention.
4/8: Panthers gain a point. Carolina is eliminated from playoff contention.
4/9: 4-2 L vs. PHI.
Final regular season record 40-38-4, 84 points. Five points out of the playoffs. Leading point and goal scorer Skinner (27-42--69), leading assist scorer Teravainen (19-47--66). Meanwhile, remember that 1st rounder I traded for from St. Louis? They finished tied for dead last in the league. Good chance we go #1 overall.

June 30, 2017
6/3 - NHL/AHL season ends. Sharks, Marlies champions.
6/18 - Drraft Lottery won by Vancouver. Carolina picks second (via STL).
6/20 - The Carolina Hurricanes officially become the Quebec Nordiques.
6/23-24: NHL ENTRY DRAFT:
With the 2nd pick, Quebec selects Nico Hischier
With the 39th pick, Quebec selects Urho Vaakanainen

TRADE
To Anaheim:
Roland McKeown

To Quebec:
2017 pick #45 (round 2)
2018 4th round pick

Quote:
Insider 1 10:15am, 6/24/17:
Sounds like Quebec is trying to make a splash, shopping #1 center and a mid pairing Dman.
Quote:
Insider 2 10:15am, 6/24/17:
Quebec GM ncoramwx, others chatting at Toronto table with Lou Lamiorello.
Quote:
Insider 1 10:16am, 6/24/17:
Seems like a deal is imminent between QC and TOR. Kyle Dubas is flipping out at Lou Lamiorello, this one might be major
Quote:
Insider 2 10:17am, 6/24/17:
Auston Matthews going to QC for Jeff Skinner. Other pieces going both ways too. TOR AGM Kyle Dubas vehemently opposed to the deal though
TRADE
To Toronto:
Jeff Skinner
Aleksi Saarela
2019, 2021 and 2022 1st round picks

To Quebec:
Auston Matthews
Jake Gardiner
2018 3rd round pick

ncoramwx: "This deal will help us become a contender soon. Auston Matthews is a dynamic center that will transform our team, and Jake Gardiner will steady our growing defensive core even further. Jeff Skinner is a tough price to pay, along with Aleksi Saarela and three first round picks, but we feel that this deal is in the long term interest of our team. We will exhaust all our resources to fill the hole left by Jeff Skinner within the next few weeks, and we wish Jeff and Aleksi all the best."

Toronto GM Lou Lamiorello: "Where am I?" *fails Breathalyzer*

Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment: "We have relieved Lou Lamiorello of his duties effective immediately due to his conduct unbecoming a general manager at the Draft. While there is no "undo" button on this disastrous trade, we are confident new General Manager Kyle Dubas will lead us in the right direction in filling the hole."

Toronto new GM Kyle Dubas: "I quit as Assistant General Mana---wait, I'm GM now? Sweet! Anyways, we do have a lot of work to do to fill these holes. We will pursue all available options. We are confident in the ability of some of our top prospects, including some who played on the wing for us last year, to fill in at center and become our next top center. We have several solid defensemen, and while losing Jake Gardiner hurts, we will again try to fill that gaping hole. I would like to apologize on behalf of the Maple Leafs for the way this whole situation was handled. I tried to talk Lou Lamiorello out of this trade vehemently but was unsuccessful. Brighter days will be ahead soon."

Quote:
Insider 2 10:31am, 6/24/17:
Quebec on the clock at #45 but they may be flipping this pick to Vancouver. They call a timeout.
TRADE
To Vancouver:
2017 pick #45 (rd 2)
Sergey Tolchinsky

To Quebec:
2018 2nd round pick
2018 4th round pick

Vancouver GM Jim Benning: "I want Jordan Staal. I tried to get them to give me Jordan Staal but they said they have a game plan for him that does not involve us. Sergey Tolchinsky is a decent prospect though for someone who was undrafted."

NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman: "We have fined the Vancouver Canucks $150,000 for tampering. The NHL will get $75,000 of that, and the remaining $75,000 will go to the Quebec Nordiques."

With the 56th pick, Quebec selects Nick Suzuki
With the 69th pick, Quebec selects Vladimir Grigorenko
With the 159th pick, Quebec selects Riley Lamb
With the 189th pick, Quebec selects Steven McLean

6/26 - RE-SIGNINGS
Derek Ryan (2 yr, 675K per, 2 way)
Steven Lorentz (3 yr, 750K per, 2 way)
Teuvo Teravainen (2 yr, 4.8M per)
Connor Brickley (1 yr, 900K, 2 way)
Phil Di Giuseppe (1 yr, 1M)
Warren Foegele (3 yr, 825K per, 2 way)
Andrej Nestrasil (2 yr, 1.35M per)
Danny Kristo (2 yr, 700K per, 2 way)
Andrew Miller (2 yr, 700K per, 2 way)
Jared Cowen (1 yr, 3M)
Phillip Samuelsson (2 yr, 850K per, 2 way)
Callum Booth (3 yr, 725K per, 2 way)

QUALIFIED RFAs
Klas Dahlbeck
Trevor Carrick
Jake Chelios
Brock McGinn
Joey LaLeggia
Dennis Robertson
Daniel Altshuller

ELC SIGNINGS
Nico Hischier (925K per)
Urho Vaakanainen (775K per)
Vladimir Grigorenko (725K per)
Nick Suzuki (775K per)

July 12, 2017
Early offseason happenings.

7/1 - FREE AGENCY
Offered contract to Tyler Johnson (3 yr, 7M per)
Offered contract to Anton Forsberg (1 yr, 800K)

TRADE
To Chicago:
Jordan Staal
Elias Lindholm
2018 1st round pick

To Quebec:
Artemi Panarin

ncoramwx: "Artemi Panarin will help fill the role of top-flight goal scorer and complete the line with two fantastic players in Auston Matthews and Teuvo Teravainen. We are sad to see Jordan Staal and Elias Lindholm go, and thank them for their dedicated play. Jordan and Elias, all the best in Chicago."

Chicago GM Stan Bowman: "Artemi was a quality contributor to our team, and the Blackhawks are upset to say goodbye. Good luck in Quebec. Jordan Staal and Elias Lindholm will be positive contributions to our team, adding further to our forward depth two fantastic hockey players that can fit well on the second line.

Artem Anisimov: "What?"

7/5 - Anton Forsberg accepted contract
7/6 - Tyler Johnson rejected contract
Offered contract to T.J. Oshie (3 yr, 7M per)

TRADE
To Colorado:
Lee Stempniak
2020 2nd round pick

To Quebec:
Mikko Rantanen
2018 6th round pick

ncoramwx: "Mikko will be a good contribution to our forward group, and is a talented player. We wish Lee the best of luck in Colorado."

7/11 - T.J. Oshie rejected contract

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06-28-2017, 02:16 PM
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2017-18 (Season Two)

9/13/17 - Maximillian Faber (48) offered contract (1 yr, 8.125M)
9/16/17 - Faber accepts
AGM Joe Cheapskate: "We really need to get to the (censored) salary floor. ncoramwx won't say it but I will."
Cheapskate is fired for his comments the same day. ncoramwx has no comment.
9/25/17 - Preseason begins. Teuvo Teravainen is named the captain; Justin Faulk and Markus Kruger the alternates. 2-0 W vs. CBJ.
9/27 - 3-0 L vs. NJ
9/29 - 3-2 SOL @ PIT
10/1 - 4-1 W @ PHI
10/2 - Nico Hischier (57) returned to juniors. He is the only notable prospect given even a remote look in the preseason, and it was to just give him an experience. He finishes his 4 preseason games with 2 SOG, no points, no penalties, and a +2 rating.
10/3 - 4-1 L vs. NYI.
10/5 - 5-3 W vs. WSH
10/7 - 4-2 W @ NYR
Nordiques finish the preseason 4-2-1.

10/12 - Opening Night as the Quebec Nordiques for the first time, on the road at Washington.

Opening Night Forward Lines
Panarin (88) - Matthews (89) - Teravainen (87)
Di Giuseppe (83) - Rask (85) - Rantanen (82)
Brickley (83) - Letestu (81) - Aho (81)
Nordstrom (80) - Kruger (81) - Nestrasil (82)

Opening Night Defense Pairs
Hanifin (86) - Faulk (88)
McNabb (85) - McAvoy (85)
Gardiner (85) - Cowen (82)
Dahlbeck (81)
Faber (48, only here for salary reasons, he won't play)

Opening Night Goalies
Murray (86)
Lack (81)

Opening Night Result: 3-1 W @ WSH
Nestrasil is hurt with an injured back. Dahlbeck replaces him at RW4. Here we go again with injuries!

10/14 - First home game in Quebec is a 5-4 L vs. NYR.
10/15 - Nestrasil returns at RW4
10/17 - 3-1 W vs. DAL
10/18 - 3-2 W @ MTL. Cowen out until about December 2. Dahlbeck in at RD3.
10/21 - 5-2 L vs. PHI
10/25 - 4-2 W @ LA
10/28 - 2-1 L @ ANA
10/29 - 5-0 L @ EDM
10/31 - 5-2 W @ CHI
11/2 - 3-2 W vs. CHI
11/4 - 7-4 L vs. MTL
11/7 - 4-0 W vs. VAN
11/10 - 2-1 L @ COL
11/11 - 3-2 L @ CBJ
11/14 - 5-2 L @ NJ. Panarin out for two weeks. Teravainen to LW1, Rantanen to RW1, Aho to RW2, Nestrasil to RW3, Ryan Murphy (79) called up for RW4/as a 7th Dman.
11/15 - 4-2 L vs. WSH
11/17 - 3-1 W vs. FLA
11/18 - Gardiner and McNabb switch places.
11/19 - 2-1 SOL vs. NJ. Nestrasil out for a few days. Murphy up to RW3. Calling up Brock McGinn (77 winger) to fit in at RW4.
11/22 - 2-1 OTL vs. WPG
11/23 - Panarin and Nestrasil are back. McGinn sent down.
11/24 - 6-2 W vs. DET. McNabb hurt. Murphy at LD3. Brickley swaps spots with Nordstrom.
11/25 - Cowen returns, slots in at LD3. Murphy scratched. Then, 3-2 SOL @ BOS
11/26 - McNabb returns. Gardiner LD2, McNabb LD3, Cowen RD3. Dahlbeck scratched.
11/30 - 4-3 W vs. NYR
12/2 - 5-0 W @ TOR. Rantanen out. Nordstrom to RW2, Aho LW3, Brickley RW3, Dahlbeck LW4.
12/4 - 3-2 SOW vs. DET. Nordstrom out. Aho to RW2. Nestrasil LW3. Murphy RW4.
12/6 - 4-3 L vs. BUF. McAvoy out. McNabb RD2. Cowen LD3. Dahlbeck RD3. Rantanen returns at RW2. Di Giuseppe LW2, Brickley LW3, Aho RW3, Murphy LW4, Nestrasil RW4.
12/8 - 2-0 L vs. DET. Auston Matthews out a few days. Rask C1, Letestu C2, Kruger C3, Nestrasil C4, McGinn callup for RW4.
12/9 - Nordstrom back at LW3. Brickley LW4, Murphy RW4, McGinn sent down.
12/10 - 2-0 L vs. ANA.
12/11 - McAvoy returns at RD2. McNabb LD3, Cowen RD3, Dahlbeck RW4, Murphy scratched.
12/12 - Matthews back at C1. Rask C2, Letestu C3, Kruger C4, Nestrasil RW4, Dahlbeck scratched. Then, 2-1 SOL @ NYR
12/15 - 4-3 SOW @ CBJ
12/16 - 4-1 W vs OTT
12/20 - 5-1 W @ PIT after a strategy shakeup.
12/22 - 2-1 W vs. TOR
12/26/17 - 6-0 L @ NYR
12/28/17 - 4-2 L vs. NYI
12/30/17 - 1-0 L @ NYI
12/31/17 - 2-1 L vs. TB. Gardiner hurt for about a week. McNabb LD2, Cowen LD3, Dahlbeck RD3.
1/1/18 - ncoramwx and Coach Taylor hold a press conference.
ncoramwx: "This team is even more dismal than last year's club. We need to change things and we need to change things now. There will be shakeups. Nobody is untradeable."
Coach Taylor: "I will be adjusting my strategies accordingly."

TRADE
To Boston:
Phil Di Giuseppe
2018 2nd round pick (via VAN)

To Quebec:
David Pastrnak
2018 7th round pick

TRADE
To NY Rangers:
Victor Rask
2018 5th round pick

To Quebec:
J.T. Miller
2019 7th round pick

ncoramwx: "We are sad to see Phil and Victor go, but again, we feel that this is in the best interests of our team. David is a young, dynamic playmaker that can go a long way to helping our team, while J.T. is a good two way centerman that can compliment the skilled abilities of David and Mikko (Rantanen). Best of luck to Phil in Boston and Victor in New York."
Pastrnak will take Mikko Rantanen's spot at RW2, while Rantanen will go where Di Giuseppe was at LW2. Obviously, Miller slots in at C2.

1/2/18 - 4-2 W vs. BOS. Pastrnak had a goal and Miller had an assist in their first game (and Pastrnak's first game happened to be against BOS).
1/4/18 - 3-2 SOW vs. NJ. Murray out for ~15-20 days. Forsberg (78) called up to back up Lack (81).
1/5/18 - Gardiner returns, slotted in at LD3 along Jared Cowen. Dahlbeck scratched.
1/6/18 - 2-0 L @ TB
1/8 - 6-4 L @ OTT
1/10 - 3-1 W vs. WSH
1/12 - 6-5 W vs. COL
1/14 - 3-0 L vs. PIT
1/15 - 5-2 L @ WSH. McAvoy injury. Gardiner to LD2. McNabb RD2. Dahlbeck LD3.
1/18 - 3-1 L @ WPG
1/19 - Murray returns, Forsberg sent back down
1/20 - 5-3 L @ MIN
1/22 - 3-0 L vs. CBJ.
Postgame TRADE:
To NY Rangers:
2023 1st round pick
2019 3rd round pick

To Quebec:
Brady Skjei
2018 2nd round pick

TRADE
To NY Islanders:
Klas Dahlbeck
2018 4th round pick (via ANA)
2018 7th round pick (via BOS)

To Quebec:
2018 3rd round pick

ncoramwx: "Brady is another young defensive asset that will help us in the future. We wish Klas the best with the Islanders."

1/23 - 3-1 L @ TB
1/25 - 4-2 L @ NYI
1/26 - McAvoy returns at RD2. McNabb to RD3. Cowen the scratch.
1/27 -
TRADE
To Winnipeg:
Nico Hischier
Jake Gardiner
2018 4th round pick (via VAN)

To Quebec:
Jacob Trouba
Josh Morissey
2018 3rd round pick

TRADE
To Ottawa:
Brayden McNabb
2018 3rd round pick (via TOR)

To Quebec:
2019 1st round pick
Chris DiDomenico

ncoramwx: "First off, I love Nico Hischier as a hockey player. I was crying when I realized I would have to trade him, but his position is full of depth in our organization and so he was the one we had to cut ties with. Again, I am so upset to do that and wish Nico the best in the Jets organization. Jacob and Josh will both be huge assets to our defensive core, and we wish Jake the best in Winnipeg. We also wish Brayden the best in Ottawa, and Chris will be a valuable addition to our AHL team. Finally, as a transaction announcement, Ryan Murphy has been sent back to the AHL along with Chris DiDomenico."

Jacob Trouba will start at RD3 next to Josh Morissey at LD3, and Brady Skjei will move up to LD2 with Charlie McAvoy, but a pairing of Trouba-McAvoy is also being considered. Cowen the scratch.

1/30 - 7-1 L @ NYR
1/31 - 5-4 SOL vs. BUF
2/3 - 5-2 W @ OTT. Nordstrom hurt. Cowen in as a 7th defenseman, at LW4.
2/4 - Pastrnak and Rantanen switch sides of the ice pregame. 4-3 L vs. SJ
2/5 - Trouba moves to RD2. McAvoy to LD2. Skjei to LD3, Morrissey RD3. Brickley to RW4, Aho to LW3.
2/6 - 4-3 OTL vs. CBJ
2/8 - 4-3 W vs. FLA
2/9 - TRADE
To Florida:
Justin Faulk
2019 1st round pick (via OTT)
2018 2nd round pick (via NYR)
2022 2nd round pick
2021 3rd round pick

To Quebec:
Aaron Ekblad

ncoramwx: "This deal is transformative. Again, Justin Faulk was great, but we needed to go greater. Aaron Ekblad has already proved he is just that. Good luck to Justin in Florida. To take Justin's place, we have named Noah Hanifin an alternate captain."
Ekblad (89) goes in at RD1, alongside Noah Hanifin, who has grown to a 90 overall.

2/10 - 7-4 W vs. ARZ. Ekblad scores a goal and assist in his first game as a Nordique.
2/17 - 4-2 W @ FLA. Ekblad has an assist on the game winning goal in his first game against his old team.
2/18 - Nordstrom returns. 2-1 L @ PHI. Matthews out for about a week. Miller C1, Letestu C2, Kruger C3, Brickley C4. Nordstrom LW4, an angry Cowen at RW4.
2/21 - 5-2 W @ PIT.
2/22 - Matthews returns at C1, Miller C2, Letestu C3, Kruger C4, Brickley RW4, Cowen scratched.
2/23 - 5-3 W vs. LA
2/24 - 5-0 L @ STL
2/27 - 5-4 OTW @ PHI
2/28 - TRADE DEADLINE - the last place Nordiques choose to stand pat. 10 points out of the playoffs, the Nordiques are last in the Metro and 14th in the conference.
Coach Taylor: "Too little, too late from some of our players. We'll see how we do the rest of the year."

3/1 - 4-2 L vs. NYI
3/3 - 4-1 L vs. PIT
3/5 - 3-2 OTL vs. MIN. Nestrasil out, Nordstrom to RW3, Cowen LW4
3/8 - 6-2 L @ VAN
3/9 - Nestrasil back at RW3. Nordstrom LW4. Cowen scratched.
3/10 - 4-3 SOW @ SJ
3/11 - 5-3 W @ ARZ
3/13 - 4-1 L vs. NSH
3/15 - 3-2 L vs. STL
3/17 - 3-2 SOL @ TOR
3/20 - 1-0 L vs. EDM
3/22 - 3-2 W vs. NJ
3/24 - 5-2 W vs. CGY
3/27 - 3-2 SOL @ NSH. Eliminated from playoff contention.
3/28 - 3-2 SOL @ DAL
3/30 - 3-2 SOL @ CGY
4/1 - 4-3 SOL @ NJ
4/3 - 4-3 W @ BOS
4/4 - 6-5 L vs. PHI. McAvoy out for a week, likely covering the rest of the season. We choose to call up Jake Bean (82, at 19 years old!!!) from juniors, because it gives us the choice to and because Jared Cowen is disgruntled and 76 overall.
4/7 - 3-1 W @ BUF. Jake Bean scores his first NHL goal.
4/8 - 3-2 L vs. MTL.

Final regular season record: 33-37-12, 78 points, tied for second worst in the league with Toronto, 15 points out of the playoffs. Leading point and assist getter Auston Matthews (20-44--64). Leading goal scorer Teuvo Teravainen (23-40--63). Artemi Panarin finished with 22-37--59. As for goalies, Murray finished with a 2.58 GAA and a .913 save percentage. Lack had a 3.07 GAA with a .900 save percentage.

4/9 - McAvoy is healthy, but the season is over. Jake Bean returned to juniors.
4/10 - Head Coach Noah Taylor is fired. Taylor went 73-75-16 (162 points, .493 pts percentage) in two seasons as head coach.
ncoramwx: "We have relieved Coach Taylor and his staff of their duties effective immediately. We are searching for a new coaching staff."

5/11: ncoramwx: "We are pleased to announce that we have hired Jack Stevens as head coach of the Quebec Nordiques, and Coach Stevens and I will begin the process of hiring new assistant coaches immediately."
6/3 - Stanley Cup Champions: Vancouver Canucks (!?!? They went #1 overall last year! Nolan Patrick wasn't good enough yet to help them either.)

Calder Cup Champions: San Antonio Rampage
6/22-23: NHL DRAFT
TRADE
To Pittsburgh:
Urho Vaakanainen

To Quebec:
Jake Guentzel (76, but low morale; immediately increased to an 82 upon trade)
2018 pick #148 (rd 5)

With the 63rd pick, Quebec selects Terry Maurer

TRADE
To Anaheim:
2018 pick #84 (rd 3)

To Quebec:
2019 3rd round pick

With the 79th pick, Quebec selects Niilo Halonen
With the 93rd pick, Quebec selects Ivan Sharov
With the 148th pick, Quebec selects Rhys Forhan
With the 153rd pick, Quebec selects Sullivan Sparkes
With the 165th pick, Quebec selects Radovan Pavlik
With the 183rd pick, Quebec selects Valentin Busch

6/25 - CONTRACT EXTENSIONS

RE-SIGNINGS:
Connor Brickley (1 yr, 1.7M)
Brock McGinn (1 yr, 925K, 2 way)
Joey LaLeggia (3 yr, 650K per, 2 way)
Chris DiDomenico (2 yr, 650K per, 2 way)
Noah Hanifin (3 yr, 6.4M per)
Jacob Trouba (2 yr, 5M per)
Brady Skjei (2 yr, 2.5M per)
Trevor Carrick (1 yr, 800K, 2 way)
Jake Chelios (2 yr, 675K per, 2 way)
Dennis Robertson (2 yr, 650K per, 2 way)
Tyler Ganly (2 yr, 650K per, 2 way)
Eddie Lack (1 yr, 1.85M)

QUALIFYING OFFERS
J.T. Miller
Josh Morissey
Joakim Nordstrom (accepted before 7/1)
Daniel Altshuller (accepted before 7/1)

ELCs
Niilo Halonen (875K)
Riley Lamb (800K)
Ivan Sharov (775K)
Radovan Pavlik (800K)

7/1 - FREE AGENCY
J.T. Miller and Josh Morissey went on the market as RFAs
Offered contract to Matthew Peca (2 yr, 875K, 2 way)
Offered contract to Jonathan Marchessault (3 yr, 3.9M per)

7/2 - Offered contract to J.T. Miller (3 yr, 4.8M per)
7/3 - put RFA rights to Morissey on the trade block
7/5 - Marchessault and Peca accepted
TRADE:
To NY Islanders:
RFA rights to Josh Morissey

To Quebec:
2019 2nd round pick

7/7 - Miller accepted
7/8 - TRADE
To St. Louis:
Andrej Nestrasil

To Quebec:
2019 3rd round pick

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So I'm playing NHL 17 as the Carolina hurricanes and I checked the updates to see who was on waivers that had gotten claimed. Then I see players who were put on waivers that weren't claimed that I would of claimed had the notification popped up for me. I checked my salary cap and player contracts and they were both good. However some players that are on waivers show up and I can claim them. However this is more rare then players sliding through. this has happened to serval of my franchise modes.anybody know anything?

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2018-19 (Season Three)

9/16/18 - Owner changes us from "Rebuilder" to "Contender"!! A primary goal is to "make round 1 of the playoffs".
PRESEASON
9/25/18 - 4-2 W vs. CBJ
9/27/18 - 4-2 W vs. NJ
9/29/18 - 2-1 OTL @ PIT
10/1 - 3-1 W @ PHI
10/3 - 2-1 SOL vs. NYI
10/5 - 3-2 L vs. WSH
10/7 - 4-0 L @ NYR
Final preseason record 3-2-2.

10/13 - Opening Night vs. CGY

Forwards
Teravainen (87) - Matthews (90) - Panarin (87)
Marchessault (84) - Miller (85) - Pastrnak (85)
Rantanen (82) - Guentzel (82) - Gauthier (81)
Brickley (83) - Kruger (81) - Aho (81)
Nordstrom (80)

Defense
Hanifin (90) - Ekblad (91)
Bean (84) - Trouba (87)
Skjei (83) - McAvoy (85)

Goalies
Murray (86)
Lack (81)

Result: 3-2 W vs. CGY

10/15 - 6-5 OTL vs. MIN. Gauthier out at RW3. Brickley moves there, Nordstrom to LW4.
10/16 - 4-2 L @ TB
10/18 - Gauthier back. He will slot in at LW4. Nordstrom scratched. 5-4 SOW vs. ANA.
10/20 - 5-0 L @ WPG. Guentzel out until early November, Kruger up to C3, Nordstrom C4.
10/23 - 3-2 W vs. OTT
10/25 - 5-1 L vs. PHI
10/26 - Teravainen and Panarin switch sides of the ice.
10/27 - 2-1 L @ WSH
10/31 - 2-0 W @ CGY
11/1 - 3-1 L @ VAN
11/2 - Guentzel returns at C3. Kruger C4, Nordstrom scratched.
11/3 - 4-1 W @ ANA
11/6 - 3-2 W vs. SJ
11/7 - Matthews injured for a week. Miller C1, Guentzel C2, Kruger C3, Nordstrom C4.
11/8 - 4-3 SOW vs. STL
11/10 - 6-0 L vs. BUF
11/13 - Matthews back
11/14 - 3-1 W @ CBJ
11/16 - 4-2 L @ PHI
11/17 - 3-2 SOL @ FLA. Marchessault out for 10 days. Rantanen slides up to LW2, Gauther to LW3, Nordstrom LW4
11/18 - Strategy changes
11/19 - 7-1 W vs. PIT
11/21 - 5-3 W @ PIT
11/23 - 5-2 W @ STL
11/24 - Marchessault returns at LW2. Rantanen LW3, Gauthier LW4, Nordstrom scratched. Then, 2-1 SOL vs. NYR. Postgame, Murray is hurt for a few days, Daniel Altshuller (80) called up to back up Lack (82)
11/26 - Murray returns.
11/28 - Altshuller sent down but must clear waivers. In the interim, 5-1 L @ PHI
11/29 - LA claims Altshuller off waivers. Then, 2-1 OTL vs. NSH
12/1 - 5-2 W vs. MTL
12/2 - TRADE
To Los Angeles:
Riley Lamb
2019 7th round pick (via NYR)

To Quebec:
Daniel Altshuller
2019 3rd round pick
2019 7th round pick (That was originally mine)

TRADE
To Edmonton:
Eddie Lack
2019 3rd round pick (via ANA)

To Quebec:
2019 3rd round pick

Quebec retains 50% of Lack's 1.8M salary for the rest of this season. Altshuller is our new backup, a player that I was very keen on as a future backup as the GM.

12/3 - Owner changes me to a "hopeful". Then, 2-1 OTW vs. TOR
12/4 - Back to a "contender"
12/6 - 1-0 W @ OTT. Jake Guentzel out for a few days - Kruger C3 Nordstrom C4
12/8 - 4-1 L @ BOS
12/9 - Guentzel back
12/10 - 3-2 L vs. EDM
12/12 - 3-1 W vs. DET. Gauthier out for a month. Nordstrom will take his spot at LW4.
12/14 - 4-3 SOW vs. VAN.
12/15 - 5-4 SOW @ BUF
12/18 - 3-2 L vs. PIT. Coach Stevens goes nuts at his top line: "These guys are being way more irresponsible with the puck than we would expect them to be!! And they have only combined for 18 goals all year... our second line has done more than that with 26 goals, 13 from JT alone! THIS IS NOT ACCEPTABLE, TEUVO, AUSTON AND ARTEMI! TRADE SOMEONE, NCORAMWX!"
12/19 -
Quote:
Insider 1 10:12am, 12/19/18
Hearing QC is actively shopping their whole first line and a deal is imminent. My guess is Teuvo Teravainen goes today
Quote:
Insider 2 10:14am, 12/19/18
Re: Nordiques first line. They are chatting with Buffalo about someone. I agree with Insider 1 that Teravainen would probably be the first to go.
Quote:
Insider 2 10:17am, 12/19/18
QC trade talks update... Sounds like they are switching top line players with Buffalo, but who exactly remains to be seen
Quote:
Insider 1 10:18am, 12/19/18
QC/BUF trade is imminent. Auston Matthews going to the Sabres
Quote:
Insider 2 10:19am, 12/19/18
Eichel to QC for Matthews and picks
TRADE
To Buffalo:
Auston Matthews (90)
2024 1st round pick
2019 3rd round pick (via EDM)
2019 3rd round pick (via STL)
2022 6th round pick

To Quebec:
Jack Eichel (95)

ncoramwx: "Things unfortunately came to too much of a head between Coach Stevens and Auston, who we wish luck in Buffalo. We would like to welcome Jack to Quebec. More major trades could happen."

12/20 - 4-3 OTW @ NYI
12/21 - 5-4 W vs. NYR
12/22 - Owner calls me a "champion" even though I haven't won anything yet. (2nd place division) Makes reaching the SCF a primary goal.
12/25 (EA doesn't know the CBA) - 2-1 OTW @ NYR. Murray injured for about a week. Niilo Halonen (75) called up to back up Altshuller (80).
12/26/18 - Just a "contender" again. 4-2 W vs. NJ. McAvoy injured for about a week. Haydn Fleury (80) called up, will play RD3 with Skjei.
12/29/18 - 5-3 W vs. TB. Haydn Fleury scores his first NHL goal.
12/30/18 - Murray returns. Halonen sent back down.
12/31/18 - McAvoy returns at RD3. Fleury is sent back down.
1/1/19 - "champion" again.
1/5/19 - Gauthier back at LW4.
1/6/19 - 3-2 SOL vs. BOS. Pastrnak out for 7-10 days. Rantanen to RW2, Gauther LW3, Nordstrom RW4.
1/8/19 -
Quote:
Insider 1 4:40pm, 1/8/19
QC-TOR trade. Teravainen for Marner. This might be a one for one swap too
TRADE:
To Toronto:
Teuvo Teravainen (87)

To Quebec:
Mitchell Marner (86)

Marner will play at RW1.

ncoramwx: "The first line has not met our expectations for much of the year, which is why we traded for Jack Eichel last month. Again, we are losing an incredible leader with Teuvo, who is a fantastic playmaker and who I wish the best in Toronto. Mitch has already shown his worth as an incredibly skilled passer in the NHL and is a welcome addition. As for the captaincy left vacant by Teuvo's departure, I have chosen Alternate Captain Marcus Kruger to succeed him as Captain, while Aaron Ekblad will join Noah Hanifin and fill the Alternate Captain vacancy left by Kruger's promotion."
1/9 - "contender". Then Marner scores two goals in a 6-5 SOL @ CBJ.
1/10 - 5-1 W @ TOR
1/12 - 3-2 L @ MTL
1/14 - 7-3 W vs. CBJ
1/15 - Pastrnak returns at RW2. Rantanen RW3, Brickley LW4, Nordstrom scratched.
1/16 - 2-1 W @ TB. Nordiques take over first place in the Metro, one point ahead of PIT.
1/18 - 4-2 W @ NJ
1/20 - 2-1 W vs. DET. Ekblad out a few days. Trouba RD1, McAvoy RD2, Haydn Fleury (80) callup RD3.
1/21 - Ekblad returns, previous pairings resume
1/22 - 4-3 SOL vs. CHI
1/24 - 6-2 W @ DET. Miller injured. Guentzel C2, Kruger C3, Nordstrom C4
1/25 - Fleury officially sent down.
1/26-27: ALL STAR GAME
Jack Eichel represents the Nordiques in a 3-1 win for the Eastern Conference. At the all star break, the Nordiques have 63 points, good for a 6 point lead for first place (Pittsburgh is 2nd with 57 points.)
1/29 - 2-1 SOW vs. WPG
2/1 - 5-3 W vs. NYI
2/2 - 5-4 SOL @ CHI
2/5 - 5-0 L vs. LA. Postgame: Marner injured. Miller available for the next game. Marchessault RW1, Rantanen LW2, Aho RW3, Nordstrom RW4, regular center pairings resume.
2/7 - 4-1 W @ MIN
2/8 - Marner returns at RW1. Marchessault LW2. Rantanen RW3. Aho RW4, Nordstrom scratched. Finally, "champion".
2/9 - 4-3 OTL @ EDM
2/12 - 3-2 L vs. ARZ
2/13 - "contender"
2/14 - 4-2 L vs. COL
2/15 - 7-1 L vs. NYI
2/17 - 4-2 L vs. MTL
2/18 - Tied with PIT for first in the Metro (71 points)
2/19 - 4-1 W @ NJ
2/23 - 5-3 L vs. WSH
2/26 - Pregame: six points behind PIT for first but 5 points clear of three way tie for third, due to a recent slump. 4-3 L @ NSH
2/27 - 2-1 L @ DAL
3/1 - 3-2 L vs. BOS. TRADE DEADLINE passes with no deals.
3/2 - Caps pass ahead, they are in second by on epoint.
3/3 - 3-1 W vs. FLA. FINALLY!!! A WIN!
3/6 - 5-2 W @ COL
3/8 - 2-1 L @ SJ. As a Bruins fan in real life, this is starting to feel familiar from a certain March collapse, but it isn't that late in the season yet.
3/9 - 2-0 W @ ARZ
3/11 - 3-1 W @ LA
3/13 - 8-4 L @ WSH. If we play these guys in the playoffs...
3/15 - 5-2 L vs. NYR. McAvoy out for a month with a concussion. Haydn Fleury (81) called up to slot in at RD3.
3/17 - 4-3 SOL vs. OTT
3/19 - 3-1 L @ FLA. NYR and PHI are creeping up.
3/21 - 3-2 W @ TOR
3/22 - 5-3 W vs. PHI
3/24 - 4-2 W vs. WSH!!!!!!
3/27 - 4-1 W vs. DAL (who is tied with PIT for the #1 record in the NHL too)
3/29 - 2-1 OTL @ PIT
3/31 - 2-1 W vs. NJ
4/2 - 3-1 W vs. NYI
4/3 - The Quebec Nordiques are going to the 2019 Stanley Cup Playoffs!!! The Nordiques clicched a spot while idle on 4/3; this is the first playoff appearance for the Nordiques/Hurricanes/Whalers franchise since 2009!
4/4 - 5-1 W @ NYR.
4/5 - With one point in the next game, the Nordiques clinch the #2 Metro seed and thus home ice advantage in Round One. (The Pittsburgh Penguins have clinched the division already, and are 12 points ahead of Quebec.)
4/6 - 3-2 W @ BUF. Nordiques get the #2 Metro seed and thus home ice in Round One against either the New York Rangers or Washington Capitals.
4/7 - 5-3 L @ PIT. The Capitals lose their final game in regulation, and the Rangers get a point and are in the playoffs. With 93 points and 81 GP for NYR with 39 ROW and 94 pts/82 GP/35 ROW for WSH, one point by the Rangers gives a QC-NYR series.
4/9 - 3-1 W vs. CBJ. The NYR gain a point in their final game, so the first round opponent for the Nordiques will be the New York Rangers, home ice to Quebec.
4/10 - Finalized seedings. The winner of the Nordiques-NYR series gets the PIT-CBJ winner. Pittsburgh won the East while Columbus got in as the last wild card.
Division winners from best to worst record: CHI (President's Trophy), PIT (East winner), Dallas, Buffalo. No non division winners did any bettter than the four division winners; seven teams got 100 points: the four division winners, STL, BOS, QC.
As for the Nordiques season, the final record was 45-26-11, good for 101 points, 2nd in the Metro, 4th in the East and 7th in the NHL. The top goal and point scorer was Jack Eichel (43-46--89, albeit some is from Buffalo.) The top assist scorer was Artemi Panarin (17-48--65; he stepped it up as the season went on). Mitch Marner had 15-40--55. As for defensive regulars, everyone but Brady Skjei got >10 points: Ekblad 13-35--48, Hanifin 10-21--31, Bean 9-10--19, McAvoy 3-13--16, Trouba 3-12--15, Skjei 1-4--5. In his 14 games, Haydn Fleury scored 2 goals and no assists. Back to forwards, Miller impressed with 24-28--52, as did Pastrnak with 23-27--50; fed in part by Marchessault, who was a playmaking machine at 9-37--46.

4/12 - Round One begins, 3-2 L vs. NYR. Rangers strike fast in the first, then Aho and Panarin score in the second before the Rangers strike twice in the third. NYR lead series 1-0
4/13 - McAvoy returns for the next game at RD3; Fleury sent down
4/14 - 2-1 L vs. NYR. Both teams score in the second; Eichel with the Nordiques goal. Rangers goal in the third. NYR lead series 2-0. McAvoy suffers another concussion (or a relapse of symptoms), is out until late May. Fleury back up.
4/16 - 4-3 OTW @ NYR. Aho scored twice, including the GWG in OT. Pastrnak and Panarin had the other goals. NYR lead series 2-1
4/18 - 4-3 W @ NYR. Ekblad scored twice, including the GWG. Pastrnak and Guentzel the other two goals. Series tied 2-2
4/20 - 2-0 L vs. NYR. NYR lead series 3-2
4/21 - CBJ defeats top seeded PIT, 4 games to 2. The winner of the NYR-QC series will have home ice vs. CBJ in Round Two.
4/22 - 3-2 W @ NYR. Pastrnak the GWG. Panarin and Marchessault also scored. Series tied 3-3, we will have a Game 7
4/24 - 2-0 W vs. NYR. Panarin the series winning GWG, Aho the other goal. Nordiques win the series 4-3!! Up next is Columbus!
4/26 - 2-1 OTW vs. CBJ. Rantanen the OT GWG, after Bean tied it during the third right after Columbus broke the ice. QC leads series 1-0
4/28 - 5-0 L vs. CBJ. Series tied 1-1
4/30 - 4-3 L vs. CBJ, they scored the GWG with 11 seconds to go in regulation. Eichel scored twice, Brickley the other goal. CBJ lead series 2-1
5/2 - 4-3 W @ CBJ. Brickley the GWG; other goals Trouba, Ekblad, Marchessault. Series tied 2-2
5/4 - 4-3 W vs. CBJ. Marchessault the GWG; other goals Panarin, Skjei, Kruger. QC leads series 3-2
5/6 - 4-3 L @ CBJ. Marner, Panarin, Eichel the goals. Series tied 3-3.
5/8 - 3-2 OTL (in 2OT) vs. CBJ on a goal by Pierre-Luc Dubois. Marner and Miller scored the Quebec goals. CBJ win series 4-3, making STL/LA, BOS/CBJ the final four. Pastrnak got hurt in this game and would have been out for about a week had we moved on. Great season, great building block for the future. Eichel finished the playoffs as Quebec's top scorer (4-12--16, also the leader in assists), followed by Aho (4-8--12) and Panarin (6-4--12, also leader in goals). (If you're wondering, the AHL team missed the playoffs.)
5/23 - Stanley Cup Final: LA Kings vs. Columbus Blue Jackets. CBJ is on a Cinderella run, beating the top seeded (and tied with CHI for the most points - tiebreaker to CHI) PIT in 6 then the Nordiques in 7 then BOS in 7. CBJ got in with the lowest amount of points of any East playoff team, with only one West team having less (COL, 88, and they also took out the top seed in their conference, beating CHI in 7 in round one, before being slammed in 5 games by STL). Meanwhile, LA made it in as the Pacific Division winner. They decimated WPG in 4 games, smashed VAN in 5, and rolled over STL in 5.
6/3 - LA comes back from a 3-1 series deficit to force a winner take all Game 7. (I can actually track this now because I made the playoffs!)
6/4 - Columbus wins the Stanley Cup in a Game 7. Their AHL affiliate, the Cleveland Monsters, won the Calder Cup.
6/5 - I am offered contracts to manage the Anaheim Ducks (1.512M/yr for 3 years), Boston (3.662M/yr for 3 years), Buffalo (1.411M/yr for 3 yrs), Calgary (1.411M/yr for 4 years), Chicago (3.528M/yr for 4 yrs), Colorado (1.714M/yr for 5 years), the Stanley Cup Champion Columbus Blue Jackets (1.142M/yr for 3 yrs), Dallas (1.276M/yr for 5 yrs), Edmonton (2.453M/yr for 5 yrs), Los Angeles (2.621M/yr for 5 yrs), Montreal (3.416M/yr for 3 yrs), Pittsburgh (3.125M/yr for 3 yrs), Quebec (renewal at 1.714M/yr for 4 yrs), St. Louis (1.714M/yr for 4 yrs), and Winnipeg (1.075M/yr for 4 years).
I choose to take the loyalty discount and stay in Quebec. I gave serious thought to Boston, Chicago, Columbus, Edmonton, Pittsburgh and St. Louis - particularly Boston - but I decide to stay in Quebec, sensing that they are on the verge of something big.

6/23 - NHL DRAFT
With the 37th pick, Quebec selects Torsten Nickulas
With the 52nd pick, Quebec selects Gordon Franson
With the 89th pick, Quebec selects Chuck Alzner
With the 112th pick, Quebec selects Ladislav Zhitnik

TRADE
To Colorado:
Brady Skjei

To Quebec:
Nicolas Mattinen
2019 2nd round pick (that was originally mine)

With the 142nd pick, Quebec selects Kirill Nizhnikov
With the 172nd pick, Quebec selects Samuel Bolduc
With the 202nd pick, Quebec selects Cody Savey

6/25 - RE-SIGNING OFFERS
Jake Guentzel (2 yr, 1.15M per)
Marcus Kruger (1 yr, 1M) DECLINED - not enough cap; I try to give him 1 year at 715K and see if he'll take a hometown discount; he does not, so I will attempt to trade somebody and then sign him Day 1 of free agency
Lucas Wallmark (1 yr, 725K, 2 way)
Andrew Poturalski (2 yr, 725K per, 2 way) DECLINED - not enough cap, I let him walk
Artemi Panarin (1 yr, 7M)
Connor Brickley (1 yr, 2.8M)
Sebastian Aho (2 yr, 1.5M per)
Joakim Nordstrom (2 yr, 1M per) DECLINED - not enough cap; I let him walk instead
Brock McGinn (1 yr, 925K, 2 way) DECLINED - doesn't want a two way (even though he is a 76 overall). I let him walk.
Mitch Marner (2 yr, 4.5M per)
Mikko Rantanen (3 yr, 1.35M per)
Charlie McAvoy (4 yr, 3.1M per)
Haydn Fleury (2 yr, 1.4M per)
Trevor Carrick (1 yr, 925K, 2 way)
Daniel Altshuller (1 yr, 1M)

QUALIFYING OFFERS
None

ELCs
Sullivan Sparkes (700K)
Terry Maurer (750K)
Ladislav Zhitnik (700K)
Torsten Nickulas (775K)
Chuck Alzner (700K)
Samuel Bolduc (700K)
Gordon Franson (875K)
Steven McLean (800K)

7/1 - FREE AGENCY
TRADE - I hate doing this to a player I just re-signed but...
To Toronto:
Connor Brickley

To Quebec:
Brendan Leipsic
2020 3rd round pick

Offered contract to Marcus Kruger, now that I have the cap space (1 yr, 1M)

7/4 - Kruger accepts

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2025/2026 (12th season)


Quote:
Summer

Draft

acquire acquire
1st overall pick6th overall pick
 65th overall pick
 95th overall pick
 2nd round pick 2030 (NYI)

Going for the first overall.

acquire acquire
194th overall pickJ-G.Pageau (79)


Round-PickPlayerPositionAgeTeamLeagueCountry
1-1Bobby BoultonD19USAUSAUSA
3-29Warren PerronLW20DjugardenSHLDenmark
4-9Alexei DerlyukRW20UkraineRussiaRussia
7-14Melvin AshamD20BarrieOHLCanadaJ

Re-signings

PlayerPositionAgeOverallTermCap Hit
R.PulockD30898 years$5.88M
M.DomiLW30866 years$5.1M
H.SamuelssonRW31841 year$3.7M
M.TaratukhinD25833 years$4.6M
A.PelechD30838 years$3.85M
S.AhoLW27811 year$1.95M
M.PrintzRW2480Q.O.$1.115M


Free Agency

PlayerPositionAgeOverallTermCap Hit
B.GaunceC31821 year$3.5M
E.CormierG27821 year$2M


Trades

acquire acquire
3rd round pick 2026 (CHI)M.Printz (80)

acquire acquire
T.Hodges (88)M.Domi (86)
 3rd round pick 2026 (SJS)
 3rd round pick 2026 (CHI)

acquire acquire
J.Kopitz (87)D.Taratukhin (83)
B.Yakimov (78)C.Hobbs (81)
 1st round pick 2029 (NYI)
 1st round pick 2030 (NYI)

50% retained on Kopitz's contract. 2 years @ 3.57 per

acquire acquire
W.Wolski (88)J.Kopitz (87)
 1st round pick 2031 (NYI)

50% retained on Wolski's contract. 4 years @ 3.46 per

3 big trades, we want to be in playoffs again.

Lineup


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


D
D
K.Hasler (C) (84)R.Pulock (89)
L.Guard (80)M.Taratukhin (83)
N.Leddy (A) (83)A.Pelech (83)
 S.Khaira (78)


G
W.Wolski (88)
E.Cormier (82)


Guard drafted 6th overall in 2024 draft. Khaira from AHL.


Quote:
TRADE MID NOVEMBER

acquire acquire
1st round pick 2026 (BOS)1st round pick 2028 (NYI)


TRADE AT TDL

acquire acquire
1st round pick 2026 (VAN)1st round pick 2026 (BOS)
 2nd round pick 2031 (NYI)

Record and Standings

46-32-4

3rd -> Division
6th -> Conference
8th -> League


Regular season stats

Skaters

PlayerPositionGPGAP+/-PIM
C.PaciorettyC82204565+1836
R.StromeC82283260+1618
T.HodgesLW82243559+2020
M.WattLW80134356+1816
H.SamuelssonRW73222951+1082
T.WilsonRW73262450+14100
R.PulockD7492635+2476
K.HaslerD7882735+15118
L.GuardD8182735+3134
N.LeddyD8043034-54
M.TaratukhinD7862632+1116
L.LalandeC81191029-314
M.BourgeoisC8216420+812
C.CizikasC7710919+116
M.SejnaRW8221618-415
J.Ho-SangRW189716+30
B.GaunceRW827916+539
M.Dal ColleLW825813+112
A.PelechD81459+264
S.KhairaD19044+310
S.AhoLW9101-20


Goalies

PlayerGPWLOTGAASV%SO
W.Wolski67372802.5491.31%7
E.Sarthou2310522.8589.58%0


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1st round

vs

GameAwayScoreHome
1Islanders4 : 2Blue Jackets
2Islanders3 : 2 (OT)Blue Jackets
3Blue Jackets4 : 1Islanders
4Blue Jackets3 : 4 (OT)Islanders
5Islanders1 : 3Blue Jackets
6Blue Jackets4 : 1Islanders
7Islanders2 : 1 (OT)Blue Jackets


2nd round

vs

GameAwayScoreHome
1Panthers5 : 2Islanders
2Panthers1 : 0 (2OT)Islanders
3Islanders2 : 3Panthers
4Islanders2 : 5Panthers
Notes

Wilson injured in G4 against Cbus (out for 5 weeks) and Strome in G6 (out for 10 days).
Sejna scores the series clincher late in the 1st OT period in G7.

Swept by Florida in round 2. San Jose wins the Cup again

First time that I don't win the Cup during my contract, so I'll continue with the Islanders.


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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
2025-202646-32-4963rd6th8th2nd round

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This is my first post on here. I've always done the GM thing going back to the 2K versions on the original Xbox. It was always a fun thing for me to do. I'm playing NHL16 on the PS3. Superstar difficulty, Trades medium. I'm currently on a first contract as the Sabres GM. First season was a wash (dump contracts, attempt to tank and finished 22nd overall). During that season I swapped picks with Calgary and got first overall (Matthews). Traded with Winnipeg at the draft (Two future first and Franson for their first [G. F. Foulem]), my own first (Sean Day) and was offered Washington's 1st (Tkachuk) and 3rd for Kane. That being said, this is what happened with my 2016-17 season.

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2016-16 Free Agency Period

6-27-16 A. Matthews 3 yrs
7-4-16 G J. Gillies 2 yrs
7-4-16 D L. Schenn 2 yrs
7-5-16 C S. Stamkos 3 yrs
7-6-16 G G. Descloux 3 yrs
7-9-16 RW A. Semin 2 yrs
7-9-16 C N. Spaling 2 yrs
7-9-16 RW T. Ruutu 2 yrs
7-10-16 D R. Ristolainen 4 yrs RFA
7-14-16 C Z. Girgensons 4 yrs RFA
7-16-16 C P. Gaustad 1 yr
7-16-16 C M. Handzus 1 yr
7-16-16 RW R. Haggerty 2 yrs
7-16-16 D T. Erixon 2 yrs
7-25-16 G M. Visentin 2 yrs
7-25-16 RW N. Soshnikov 2 yrs
8-20-16 LW N. Deslauriers 2 yrs RFA
8-20-16 LW J. D'amigo 2 yrs RFA

Trades:
7-20-16
To NJD D N. Carroll
To BUF D A. Larsson, LW M. Wood

7-22-16
To CAR C J. Kea
To BUF 2017 CAR 7th rd

10-23-16
To NYI LW J. D'amigo
To BUF C A. Beauvillier

12-21-16
To CAR LW M. Foligno
To BUF D J. Slavin

12-21-16
To VAN D Z. Bogosian
To BUF D B. Hutton

Trade Deadline

3-3-17
To PIT C Z. Girgensons
To BUF RW P. Hornqvist, 2017 3rd (PIT)

3-3-17
To TB LW J.Kopacka, RW N. Soshnikov, 2021 2nd (BUF), J. Bailey
To BUF D Z. Chara, RW R. Callahan, LW B. Imama

3-3-17
To CAR G L. Ullmark, 2017 2nd (BUF), 2022 1st (BUF)
To BUF G C. Ward, 2017 2nd (CAR), 2017 3rd (CHI)

3-3-17
To ANA LW Jo. Larsson, RW C. Mccormick, D C. Nelson
To BUF LW A. Cogliano, RW J. Silfverberg, D Ja. Larsson

3-3-17
To ARZ C P. Gaustad, D B. Schuldhaus
To BUF C A. Vermette

3-4-17
Put RW T. Ruutu on waivers (MTL claims)

3-17-17
Claim G M. Mazanec off waivers (NSH)

Season Stats (Team)
49W-31L-2OL 100pts 254GF [3.10GFPG, 7th] 222GA [2.71GAPG, 8th] 48/242PP [19.8%, 12th] 47/271SH [82.7%, 8th]

NHL - 5th
EC - 3rd
AD - 1st

Playoffs:
1st: PHI G1: 8-5W, G2: 2-0L, G3: 3-1W, G4: 5-2L, G5: 4-3W, G6: 3-2W (4-2 series W)
2nd: DET G1: 3-2L, G2: 4-3L, G3: 4-3W, G4: 6-2W, G5: 3-1W, G6: 3-2L G7: 6-2W (4-3 series W)
3rd: NYR G1: 8-1W, G2: 2-1L, G3: 5-2W, G4: 3-1W, G5: 5-2W (4-1 series W)
SC: LAK G1: 4-3W, G2: 2-1L, G3: 4-0L, G4: 5-3L, G5: 4-2W, G6: 8-4W, G7: 4-3W (4-3 series W)


Stamkos wins Conn Smythe

Rochester wins 2nd Calder Cup

I'd go more in depth (top ten scorers, etc.) but I never wrote those down. And seeing I've started my third season already, I can't get that info back. Next season I'll actually post something more than just a summary of the season (month by month results, etc.)

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NHL Entry Draft
2 34 LW J. McAmmond (69 OVR) TWF
2 46 C G. Pilon (63 OVR) SNP
2 49 D R. Orban (74 OVR) DFD
2 51 C J. Anderson-Dolan (53 OVR) PLY
3 62 G V. Vehvilainen (75 OVR) BUT
3 63 LW O. Safin (55 OVR) TWF
3 81 C G. Vilardi (60 OVR) PLY
3 84 RW C. Pu (64 OVR) SNP
4 91 D N. Knyzhov (61 OVR) TWD
4 92 RW R. Nagy (68 OVR) TWF
4 94 G M. Ruusu (70 OVR) HYB
4 99 RW J. Roach (71 OVR) GRN
4 120 G E. Kiselev (64 OVR) HYB
5 121 D A. Anderberg (69 OVR) TWD
5 150 RW T. Raddysh (63 OVR) SNP
6 180 D N. Hague (53 OVR) DFD
7 189 C K. Yamamoto (57 OVR) PLY
7 196 LW T. Many Guns (52 OVR) PWF
7 210 D W. Chow (62 OVR) DFD
ELC signings
6-26-17 D J. Roy (73 OVR) 3yr/$870,000 AAV
6-26-17 G F. Foulem (77 OVR) 3yr/$930,000 AAV
6-26-17 D S. Day (72 OVR) 3yr/$850,000 AAV
6-26-17 RW P. Laine (69 OVR) 3yr/$790,000 AAV
6-26-17 RW J. Puljujarvi (68 OVR) 3yr/$770,000 AAV
6-26-17 LW M. Tkachuk (71 OVR) 3yr/$870,000 AAV
6-26-17 C T. Cox (72 OVR) 3yr/$850,000 AAV
7-17-17 RW J. Gauthier (71 OVR) 3yr/$830,000 AAV

Re-signings
6-25-17 G C. Ward (84 OVR) 2yr/$1,570,000 AAV
6-30-17 C E. Rodrigues (77 OVR) 2yr/$770,000 AAV
6-30-17 D B. Kichton (77 OVR) 1yr/$775,000 AAV
7-5-17 LW. A. Burmistrov (85 OVR) 4yr/$4,455,000 AAV
7-9-17 D B. Hutton (85 OVR) 2yr/$4,420,000 AAV
7-16-17 D. C. Parayko (84 OVR) 2yr/$3,320,000 AAV
7-21-17 G. R. Lehner (86 OVR) 2yr/$5,600,000 AAV

Free Agent signings
7-4-17 C M. Richards (81 OVR) 1yr/$1,475,000 AAV
7-4-17 RW J. Cernoch (77 OVR) 3yr/$650,000 AAV
7-4-17 D T. MacArthur (75 OVR) 3yr/$650,000 AAV
7-17-17 LW B. Gordon (80 OVR) 1yr/$1,295,000 AAV


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Off-season Trades
7-12-17
To PHI: RW I. Kabanov (63 OVR), D N. Knhyzov (61 OVR), G E. Kiselev (64 OVR), RW A. Semin (82 OVR)
To BUF: D T. Sanheim (83 OVR), RW S. Schlapfer (76 OVR), 2018 PHI 2nd rd., 2018 PHI 3rd rd.

7-25-17
To VAN: G C. Ingram (71 OVR)
To BUF: LW A. Burrows (81 OVR), 2018 NSH 2nd, 2018 VAN 4th

7-25-17
To SJS: LW D. Desrochers (66 OVR), G M. Ruusu (70 OVR)
To BUF: RW N. Goldobin (85 OVR), 2018 SJS 3rd

7-25-17
To CAL: RW R. Haggerty (77 OVR)
To BUF: 2018 CAL 4th

8-22-17
To DAL: C N. Spaling (80 OVR)
To BUF: 2019 DAL 4th

8-23-17
To CAR: D A. Anderberg (69 OVR)
To BUF: C L. Wallmark (72 OVR), 2019 CAR 4th

Pre-season
4 Wins, 3 Losses 0 OTL 25 GF, 18 GA

Transactions

10-1-17
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To STL: LW A. Burrows (81 OVR), 2018 SJS 3rd, 2018 PHI 3rd, 2018 BUF 3rd
To BUF: D J. Schmaltz
10-2-17
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To WAS: G M. Visentin (82 OVR)
To BUF: G V. Vanecek (66 OVR), 2018 4th

NHL Season (October)
Lines
O'Reilly (90) - Stamkos (94) - Reinhart (89)
Burmistrov (85) - Eichel(87) - Hornqvist (85)
Ritchie (85) - Matthews (85) - Silfverberg (83)
Thompson (80) - Richards (81) - Fasching (77)
Goldobin (85)

Hutton (85) - Ristolainen (86)
McCabe (83) - Schmaltz (84)
Sanheim (83) - Parayko (83)
Morrissey (80)

Lehner (86) - Gillies (83)

Injuries
10-14-17: C S. Stamkos sprains MCL, out 3-4 weeks

Transactions
11-14-17:
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Call up LW M. Wood from ROC (AHL), sign 2016 7th rd. pick (189th) G S. Valiharju (73 OVR) to 3yr/$910,000 AAV ELC. Assigned to ROC
11-16-17:
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LW M. Wood re-assigned to ROC. Call up C A. Beauvillier
11-22-17:
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C A. Beauvillier re-assigned to ROC
Current lines
Ritchie-O'Reilly-Reinhart
Burmistrov-Eichel-Hornqvist
Goldobin-Matthews-Silfverberg
Thompson-Richards-Fasching

Ristolainen-Hutton
McCabe-Schmaltz
Sanheim-Parayko

Lehner-Gillies

Final October Record
8 Wins, 3 Losses, 0 OTL 16 PTS 50 GF 24 GA
NHL = 4th
EC = 2nd
AD = 2nd


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Player stats
S. Reinhart 11GP 5G 13A 18P 2PIMS +10
R. O'Reilly 11GP 8G 5A 13P 9PIMS +12
P. Hornqvist 11GP 6G 7A 23PTD 6PIMd +4
A. Matthews 11GP 8G 2A 10PTS 4PIM +8
J. Silfverberg 11GP 1G 9A 10PTS 0PIMS +7
N. Ritchie 11GP 6G 3A 9PTS 14PIMS +14
J. Schmaltz 11GP 0G 7A 7PTS 4PIMS +8
J. Eichel 11GP 2G 5A 7PTS 0PIMS +3
R. Ristolainen 11GP 0G 6A 6PTS 9PIMS +8
M. Richards 11GP 2G 4A 6PTS 2PIMS +3
A. Burmistrov 9GP 3G 3A 6PTS 4PIMS +4
N. Goldobin 9GP 3G 3A 6PTS 0PIMS +4
B. Hutton 11GP 0G 5A 5PTS 0PIMS +9
J. McCabe 11GP 0G 4A 4PTS 2PIMS +9
H. Fasching 9GP 1G 3A 4PTS 15PIMS +3
S. Stamkos 3GP 2G 2A 4PTS 4PIMS +2
C. Parayko 11GP 0G 3A 3PTS 0PIMS +9
N. Thompson 11GP 2G 1A 3PTS 0PIMS +2
T. Sanheim 9GP 1G 1A 2PTS 7PIMS +5
A. Beauvillier 2GP 0G 1A 1PTS 0PIMS -1
J. Morrissey 2GP 0G 1A 1PTS 0PIMS +4
M. Wood 1GP 0G 0A 0PTS 0PIMS +0
R. Lehner 8GP 0G 0A 0PTS 0PIMS
J. Gillies 4GP 0G 0A 0PTS 0PIMS

R. Lehner 8GP 6W 2L 0OTL 1.84GAA .904SV% 14GA 1SO
J. Gillies 4GP 2W 2L 0OTL 2.92GAA .861SV% 10GA 0SO

ROCHESTER AMERICANS
8 GP 7W 1L 0OTL 14PTS 25GF 12GA

AHL = 1st
EC = 1st
ND = 1st

Goal Leader: T. Cox 5
Assist Leader: T. Erixon 6A
Points Leader: T. Cox 8PTS
Penalty Leader: B. Gordon 8PIMS
+/- Leader: J. Slavin +7

Wins Leader: C. Ward 7W
Loss Leader: C. Ward 1L
GAA Leader: C. Ward 1.50GAA
SV% Leader: C. Ward .943SV%
SO Leader: C. Ward 1SO

Injuries
11-3-17: D J.McCabe (bruised hip) day to day
11-15-17: RW N.Goldobin (sore elbow) injured for a week or so

Transactions
11-30-17:
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To TOR: LW M. Wood, D Ja. Larsson, C K. Yamamoto
To BUF: RW B. Boyes, LW T. Lindberg

Team Record (November)
12GP 8W 3L 1OTL 17PTS 38GF 25GA


Team Record (overall)
23GP 16W 6L 1OTL 33PTS 88GF 49GA

NHL = 3rd
EC = 2nd
AD = 2nd


Player leaders
Goals leader: R. O'Reilly 17G
Assist leader: S. Reinhart 28A
Points leader: S. Reinhart 36PTS
Penalty leader: R. Ristolainen 35PIM
+/- leader: R. O'Reilly +22

Wins leader: R. Lehner 12W
Loss leader: J. Gillies 2L (fewest), R. Lehner 4L (most)
GAA leader: R. Lehner 1.93GAA
SV% leader: R. Lehner .928SV%
SO leader: R. Lehner 3SO



Injuries
12-13-17: D J. McCabe (abdominal strain) injured for a week
12-15-17: D J. Morrissey (neck strain) injured for 1-2 weeks
12-18-17: D C. Parayko (sprained ankle) injured for a week
12-28-17: C A. Matthews (sore knee) injured for 1-2 weeks

Transactions
12-14-17: D J. Roy called up from ROC
12-26-17: D J. Roy re-assigned to ROC
12-30-17: RW J. Cernoch called up from ROC
12-31-17: RW J. Cernoch re-assigned to ROC


Team Record (December)
16GP 11W 5L 1OTL 23PTS 61GF 37GA

Team Record (overall)
39GP 27W 11L 1OTL 55PTS 152GF 86GA

NHL = 2nd
EC = 2nd
AD = 2nd

Player leaders
Goals: R. O'Reilly 28
Assists: S. Reinhart 40
Points: S. Reinhart 54
+/-: R. O'Reilly + 34
PIMS: R. Ristolainen 63

Wins: R. Lehner 19
Loss: R. Lehner 8
GAA: R. Lehner 2.00
SV%: R. Lehner .921
SO: Lehner 4




Team Record (January)
12GP 10W 2L 0OTL 20PTS 57GF 25GA


Team Record (overall)
51GP 37W 13L 1OTL 75PTS 208GF 111GA

NHL = 1st
EC = 1st
AD = 1st

Player leaders
Goals: R. O'Reilly 36
Assists: S. Reinhart 48
Points: S. Reinhart 71
+/-: R. O'Reilly +46
PIMS: R. Ristolainen 67

Wins: R. Lehner 29
Loss: R. Lehner 10
GAA: R. Lehner 1.97
SV%: R. Lehner .923
SO: R. Lehner 8



Injuries
2-3-18: LW A. Burmistrov (mild concussion) injured day-to-day
2-4-18: C R. O'Reilly (bruised hand) injured for a week or so
2-14-18: C S. Stamkos (sore knee) day-to-day
2-17-18 D R. Ristolainen (concussion) injured for 5 weeks

Transactions
2-15-18: RW C. Schneider called up from ROC
2-20-18:
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To ARZ: RW H. Fasching
To BUF: D M. Stone, ARZ 2018 4th rd
2-25-18: RW C. Schneider re-assigned to ROC

Team Record (February)
12GP 9W 3L 0OTL 18PTS 50GF 26GA

Team Record (overall)
63GP 46W 16L 1OTL 93PTS 259GF 144GA

NHL = 1st
EC = 1st
AD = 1st

Player leaders
Goals: R. O'Reilly 44
Assists: S. Reinhart 61
Points: S. Reinhart 89
+/-: R. O'Reilly +56
PIMS: R. Ristolainen 74

Wins: R. Lehner 37
Loss: R. Lehner 13
GAA: R. Lehner 2.17
SV%: R. Lehner .919
SO: R. Lehner 9

Injuries
3-2-18: D B. Hutton (MCL sprain) injured 4 weeks
3-6-18: D C. Parayko (mild concussion) injured 10 days
3-10-18: D J. Schmaltz (sore shoulder) injured 1-2 weeks
3-28-18: D J. Morrissey (sore back) injured 2 weeks

Transactions
3-3-18:
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To NJD: LW W. Carrier
To BUF: LW P. Elias, NJ 2018 5th rd
3-3-18: LW P. Elias called up from ROC
3-6-18: D M. Donovan called up from ROC
3-20-18: D M. Donovan re-assigned to ROC
4-7-18: LW P. Elias re-assigned to ROC

Team Record (March/April)
19GP 15W 4L 1OTL 31PTS

Team Record (overall)
82GP 61W 19L 2OTL 127PTS 349GF 193GA 52/202PP 45/226PK

NHL = 1st
EC = 1st
AD = 1st

Player stats
S. Reinhart 82GP 38G 89A 127PTS 10PIM +81
R. O'Reilly 79GP 57G 51A 108PTS 72PIM +83
S. Stamkos 71GP 44G 57A 101PTS 32PIM +68
J. Eichel 82GP 25G 50A 75PTS 22PIM +28
P. Hornqvist 82GP 28G 42A 70PTS 10PIM +31
A. Burmistrov 76GP 16G 31A 47PTS 14PIM +16
R. Ristolainen 66GP 6G 40A 46PTS 86PIM +49
A. Matthews 77GP 23G 22A 45PTS 23PIM +19
J. Schmaltz 77GP 10G 33A 43PTS 57PIM +56
J. Silfverberg 82GP 10G 26A 36PTS 6PIM +19
N. Ritchie 82GP 17G 19A 36PTS 83PIM +22
B. Hutton 66GP 4G 30A 34PTS 8PIM +55
N. Goldobin 76GP 21G 13A 34PTS 4PIM +9
M. Richards 82GP 15G 18A 33PTS 31PIM +23
N. Thompson 82GP 14G 18A 32PTS 36PIM +34
T. Sanheim 80GP 10G 16A 26PTS 49PIM +38
J. McCabe 74GP 3G 18A 21PTS 16PIM +44
C. Parayko 73GP 4G 13A 17PTS 44PIM +32
J. Morissey 21GP 2G 5A 7PTS 2PIM +14
M. Stone 18GP 1G 4A 5PTS 15PIM +12
H. Fasching 24GP 1G 4A 5PTS 17PIM +2
R. Lehner 64GP 0G 5A 5PTS 0PIM +0
J. Gillies 24GP 0G 2A 2PTS 0PIM +0
B. Boyes 3GP 0G 1A 1PTS 0PIM +3
M. Donovan 6GP 0G 1A 1PTS 0PIM -1
A. Beauvillier 2GP 0G 1A 1PTS 0PIM -1
J. Roy 4GP 0G 0A 0PTS 0PIM -1
J. Cernoch 2GP 0G 0A 0PTS 0PIM +0
T. Macarthur 1GP 0G 0A 0PTS 0PIM +1
M. Wood 1GP 0G 0A 0PTS 0PIM +0

Playoff record
R1: FLA G1: 5-3L G2:3-1W G3:3-2W G4:3-2W G5:5-2W
R2: BOS G1: 4-3L G2:2-1W G3:8-2W G4:4-2W G5:3-2W
R3: CLB G1:3-0W G2:2-1L G3:2-1L G4:4-3W G5:5-1L G6:6-1W G7:5-0W
R4: EDM G1:3-2L G2:4-2W G3:4-3L G4:4-3L G5:3-1W G6:6-0W G7:4-1W


Awards
Stanley CUp
President's Trophy
Prince Of Wales Trophy
Sam Reinhart: Art Ross, Hart, Lady Byng, Conn Smythe, Ted Lindsay
Robin Lehner: Jennings
Ryan O'Reilly: Richard


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2026/2027 (13th season)


4 years/46 wins
2/42
2/41
2/41
2/40

stay with NY.

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Summer

Cizikas retires

Draft

acquire acquire
181st overall pickB.Yakimov (78)

Round-PickPlayerPositionAgeTeamLeagueCountry
1-15Dmitri MikhnovD19RussiaRussiaBelarus
3-20Harry CopeRW19DjugardenSHLDenmark
4-3Igor KhavanovLW18BelarusRussiaLatvia
6-4Mats OlofssonC20DjugardenSHLSweden
7-1Stanislav NikitinD18KazakhstanRussiaRussia

Re-signings

PlayerPositionAgeOverallTermCap Hit
C.PaciorettyC25862 years$6.7M
H.SamuelssonRW32841 year$3.85M
N.LeddyD35801 year$1.85M
M.SejnaRW27845 years$3.53M
L.LalandeC24811 year$1.47M
S.AhoLW28811 year$2M
J.Ho-SangRW30801 year$1.04M
B.GaunceLW32811 year$2.3M
E.CormierG28821 year$1.37M
M.Dal ColleLW30823 years$2.1M
M.BourgeoisC27802 years$1.17M


Free Agency

PlayerPositionAgeOverallTermCap Hit
B.JennerC33841 year$5M
E.MerzlikinsG32801 year/2 way$0.9M

Merzlikins to AHL team


Trades

acquire acquire
C.McDavid (95)T.Wilson (87)
 Rights to D.Mikhnov (67)
 3rd round pick 2027 (NYI)
 1st round pick 2032 (NYI)
 2nd round pick 2032 (NYI)

Yes, he's the best in this league right now. I signed a 4 years extension, and he has 4 years left on his contract.

acquire acquire
T.Garrison (84)S.Aho (81)
 Rights to H.Cope (68)
 Rights to M.Asham (71)
 3rd round pick 2028 (NYI)
 3rd round pick 2029 (NYI)

Aho 50% retained.

acquire acquire
S.Valentenko (84)A.Pelech (84)
 3rd round pick 2030 (NYI)

Pelech is 32 and has 7 years left. 26 years old and 3 years left for Valentenko.

acquire acquire
M.Kreis (80)S.Khaira (78)
 4th round pick 2027 (NYI)

#8D for a 14#F. I prefer to have 2F-1D in the press box.

Lineup


LW
C
RW
T.Hodges (89)C.McDavid (A) (95)C.Pacioretty (86)
M.Watt (84)R.Strome (86)M.Sejna (84)
B.Jenner (83)L.Lalande (81)H.Samuelsson (84)
M.Dal Colle (82)M.Bourgeois (80)B.Gaunce (81)
 M.Kreis (80)J.Ho-Sang (80)


D
D
L.Guard (81)R.Pulock (A) (89)
T.Garrison (84)S.Valentenko (84)
K.Hasler (C) (83)M.Taratukhin (83)
N.Leddy (79) 


G
W.Wolski (90)
E.Cormier (82)


Record and Standings

54-25-3

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


Regular season stats

Skaters

PlayerPositionGPGAP+/-PIM
C.McDavidC72443882+1418
C.PaciorettyC82193352+1824
S.ValentenkoD82213051+210
M.WattLW82203050+1822
R.StromeC82242549+1626
R.PulockD82143246+2496
T.HodgesLW78133144+2027
M.SejnaRW7763743-424
L.GuardD8282937+3137
B.JennerC80132033+144
L.LalandeC74151631-36
H.SamuelssonRW82121931+1053
M.Dal ColleLW8291120+118
T.GarrisonD8281018+325
B.GaunceLW8261016+541
M.TaratukhinD825813+118
M.BourgeoisC824812+821
M.KreisC186511-26
K.HaslerD82369+1576
J.Ho-SangRW11268+32
N.LeddyD000000


Goalies

PlayerGPWLOTGAASV%SO
W.Wolski68452002.2292.34%10
E.Sarthou229712.8289.38%1


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1st round

vs

GameAwayScoreHome
1Devils3 : 5Islanders
2Devils3 : 0Islanders
3Islanders4 : 1Devils
4Islanders4 : 2Devils
5Devils0 : 3Islanders


2nd round

vs

GameAwayScoreHome
1Blue Jackets2 : 1Islanders
2Blue Jackets2 : 3Islanders
3Islanders6 : 1Blue Jackets
4Islanders2 : 1Blue Jackets
5Blue Jackets0 : 3Islanders


Eastern Conference Final

vs

GameAwayScoreHome
1Lightning3 : 4 (OT)Islanders
2Lightning3 : 2Islanders
3Islanders3 : 4Lightning
4Islanders4 : 2Lightning
5Lightning1 : 2Islanders
6Islanders2 : 0Lightning


Stanley Cup Final

vs

GameAwayScoreHome
1Stars1 : 2 (OT)Islanders
2Stars3 : 2Islanders
3Islanders2 : 1 (OT)Stars
4Islanders3 : 4Stars
5Stars3 : 2Islanders
6Islanders6 : 4Stars
7Stars0 : 3Islanders
Notes

McDavid missed 10 games in december. We went 8-2-0.

Hodges injured in G1 against Devils, and will miss a month. He missed the Devils and the whole Blue Jackets series.

Garrison will miss the 4 first games of the SCF, injured in G6 against Bolts. Leddy will play his first game of the season in the Cup final

Strome injured in G1 against Dallas and will miss the rest of the Finals.

The Stanley Cup is ours


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Trophies

3x Stanley Cup (Colorado Avalanche, San Jose Sharks and New York Islanders) -> 2016, 2019 and 2027
3x President's Trophy (Colorado Avalanche, San Jose Sharks and New York Islanders) -> 2016, 2021 and 2027
4x Clarence S.Campbell Trophy (2x Colorado Avalanche and 2x San Jose Sharks) -> 2015, 2016, 2018 and 2019
Prince of Wales Trophy (New York Islanders) -> 2027

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
3x Conn Smythe Trophy (Matt Duchene, James Reimer and Wayne Wolski) -> 2016, 2019 and 2027
James Norris Trophy (Tyson Barrie) -> 2017
Vezina Trophy (Wayne Wolski) -> 2027
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
2025-202646-32-4963rd6th8th2nd round
2026-202754-25-31111st1st1stCHAMPION

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Season Four (2019-20, until Dec. 29, 2019)
NOTE: This only runs until and inclusive of 12/29/19 because I've been away, and I left my laptop charger at home. May as well post this before the battery dies.

9/13/19 - Owner drops me to a "hopeful", in part because their primary goal is: "Our Starting Goalie situation needs to improve to make us a serious contender." *starts shopping Matt Murray, who frustratingly is still an 86 overall*
9/14/19 - I decide to shop Matt Murray more seriously to Western Conference teams.
9/21/19 -
TRADE
To Vancouver:
Matt Murray (86, age 25)
Callum Booth (68, age 22)
2020 1st round pick
2023 4th round pick
2025 1st round pick

To Quebec:
Thatcher Demko (88, age 23)

Owner: "Contender" again

9/22 - As an administrative note... when Kruger left as it was the only way for me to re-sign him, EA auto-awarded the captaincy to Jack Eichel. To keep morale up, I'm not going to strip anyone of the C or A.
9/25 - PRESEASON BEGINS: 3-2 W vs. CBJ. Thatcher Demko got an assist!!
9/27 - 5-1 W vs. NJ
9/29 - 3-2 SOW @ PIT
10/1 - 3-1 W @ PHI
10/3 - 4-2 W vs. NYI
10/5 - 2-1 OTW vs. WSH
10/7 - 2-1 L @ NYR
Nordiques finish the preseason 6-1-0, good for 12 points and the best among the Metro teams.

10/12 - Opening Night

Forward Lines:
Panarin (87) - Eichel (95) - Marner (86)
Gauthier (84) - Guentzel (82) - Pastrnak (85)
Marchessault (84) - Miller (85) - Rantanen (82)
Leipsic (81) - Kruger (81) - Aho (81)

Defense Pairs:
Hanifin (90) - Ekblad (91)
McAvoy (85) - Trouba (87)
Bean (84) - Fleury (83)

Goalies:
Demko (88)
Altshuller (80)

I have no idea how Miller and Guentzel got switched, but the team played great so I am keeping it that way. If anyone gets mad or the team slumps, those two are switching again.

Opening Night Result: 4-1 L @ LA. Newly minted third liner J.T. Miller gets the only goal.

10/15 - 2-1 OTW @ MIN. Haydn Fleury scores twice.
10/17 - 4-0 W vs. EDM. Pastrnak, Guentzel, Marchessault, Marner score goals.
10/19 - 5-2 W vs. NYI. Jack Eichel hat trick; Leipsic and Marchessault also score.
10/21 - 5-3 L @ TOR
10/22 - 4-2 L vs. MTL
10/24 - 4-2 L vs. LA. Aho gets hurt. Nick Suzuki is the callup and will play at RW4
10/26 - 5-0 W vs. CBJ
10/27 - 4-2 W @ NYI
10/30 - 3-1 W vs. OTT
10/31 - 3-2 W @ PIT
11/1 - Aho returns. Suzuki sent down; he scored an assist during his four game stint. Also, some defense changes: McAvoy switches places with Bean and Fleury switches to LD3 (McAvoy RD3).
11/2 - 3-2 W @ TOR
11/5 - 4-1 W vs. OTT
11/6 - Owner switches to "champion", changes the primary goal to making the SCF
11/8 - 3-2 SOW @ DET. Hanifin gets hurt, out 7-10 days. Bean LD1, Fleury LD2, calling up Trevor Carrick (78) for LD3.
11/9 - 3-2 SOL @ WPG, breaking the 7 game win streak. Still on an 8 game point streak.
11/12 - 2-1 SOL @ BOS. 9 game point streak. Marcus Kruger concussion. Matthew Peca (79) called up and will play C4.
11/13 - "contender". First round is the goal.
11/14 - 6-2 L vs. DAL. Point streak ends at 9 games.
11/15 - Hanifin back. Prior pairings resume. Carrick placed on waivers which he must clear to be sent down.
11/16 - Carrick clears waivers. 4-2 W vs. BUF, Peca scores his first NHL goal.
11/17 - "champion".
11/19 - 4-3 L @ TB
11/20 - "contender". Then 2-0 W @ BUF
11/21 - "champion"
11/22 - 4-2 L vs. division leading WSH
11/24 - 4-3 SOL vs. SJ, "contender"
11/26 - 3-2 W vs. FLA
11/28 - 5-4 SOW @ BOS
11/30 - 3-1 L vs. MIN; Aho injured, Suzuki called up to fill RW4.
12/1 - 6-2 W @ CHI
12/2 - Aho returns; Suzuki back down
12/3 - 5-4 W vs. TB. Eichel out 7-12 days. Suzuki back up to fill C4 as Peca moves to C3, and Miller jumps to C1 from C3 (don't want to break up the second line).
12/5 - 5-3 W vs. VAN
12/7 - 4-1 L vs. STL
12/8 - 5-3 W @ OTT
12/11 - 4-1 L @ NSH
12/12 - Eichel returns at C1 and Kruger returns at C4, meaning Miller moves back to C3. Suzuki sent straight down, while Peca must clear waivers, and I am worried about losing him for nothing.
12/13 - Peca put on waivers to be sent down
12/14 - Peca clears waivers, assigned to AHL Charlotte. 3-1 L @ STL. Mitch Marner and Daniel Altshuller both injured; Pastrnak RW1 Rantanen RW2 Aho RW3; Suzuki (78, RW4) and Halonen (78 backup G) called up
12/16 - 4-2 W vs. CHI. Marchessault out for 10-15 days, Peca up at LW4, Leipsic LW3.
12/18 - 3-2 SOW vs. NJ
12/19 - 8-5 L @ PHI
12/25/19 (EA, learn the CBA) - 3-1 L @ COL
12/27/19 - 2-1 L @ ARZ
12/28/19 - Marchessault available. He will take over at LW3. Leipsic LW4. Peca RW4. Suzuki sent down.
12/29/19 - 3-2 SOW @ EDM

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(Continued) Season Four (2019-20)
12/31/19 - End of Decade Update: With 51 points we are tied for 2nd in the Metro with PHI (45 pts). WSH is 1st with 51 points and they are the next opponent. Jake Guentzel leads the team in points and assists with 8-22--30, in no small part thanks to the Jack Eichel injury taking points from him, allowing Guentzel (the C2) to collect more points. The leader in goals is Mitch Marner (12-17--29), but Julien Gauthier (11-12--23) and Jack Eichel (10-12--22) are in close for the goal race. Artemi Panarin is in sole possession of 8th in goals (7-17--24) which is underwhelming for being the one labeled our top line sniper.
1/1/20 - Welcome to the Twenties! 3-2 L vs. WSH
1/3/20 - Daniel Altshuller returns as the backup G. Niilo Halonen sent down to AHL Charlotte.
1/4/20 - 5-2 W vs. BUF
1/5/20 - 4-0 W @ NYR
1/7/20 - 4-1 W @ MTL
1/9/20 - 4-3 OTW vs. CGY
1/11/20 - 4-3 L @ FLA
1/12/20 - 5-0 W @ NJ. Ekblad out for the rest of the month, McAvoy to RD1, Bean to LD2, Fleury to RD3, Trevor Carrick called up to fill RD3.
1/13/20 - Marner returns at RW1. Pastrnak RW2, Rantanen RW3, Aho RW4, Peca scratched.
1/18/20 - 2-1 W vs. PHI
1/19/20 - 5-2 W @ PIT
1/20/20 - TRADE
To Anaheim:
Jacob Trouba (87)
2020 and 2023 2nd round picks
Jake Chelios

To Quebec:
Shea Theodore (85)
2020 1st round pick
Keaton Thompson

Thompson is sent down immediately to the AHL. Theodore will slot in at RD2.

TRADE
To Tampa Bay:
Artemi Panarin
Shea Theodore
Niilo Halonen
2020 and 2022 3rd round picks

To Quebec:
Jonathan Drouin
Timothy Liljegren
Vladislav Namestnikov
Dylan Blujus
2020 2nd round pick

Quebec will retain 50% of Panarin's $7M salary for the remainder of this season.

TRADE
To Buffalo:
Dylan Blujus

To Quebec:
Jonas Johansson

TRADE
To Colorado:
Brendan Leipsic
2020 3rd round pick (via TOR)

To Quebec:
2020 2nd round pick

Since this has shaken the lines significantly, here is a roster update:
Forwards
Drouin (84) - Eichel (95) - Marner (86)
Gauthier (84) - Guentzel (84) - Pastrnak (85)
Marchessault (84) - Miller (85) - Rantanen (82)
Namestnikov (80) - Kruger (81) - Aho (81)

Defense
Hanifin (90) - McAvoy (85)*
Bean (84) - Liljegren (80)*
Fleury (83) - Carrick (78)*

Goalies
Demko (88)
Altshuller (80)

* Ekblad at RD1 is injured. Carrick will be sent down and the others will move down a spot when Ekblad returns.

Peca and Johansson are placed on waivers with the intent to send them down to the AHL.

1/21 - Peca and Johansson clear waivers and are assigned to AHL Charlotte. The owner drops us from "champion" to "hopeful". Relax, Panarin was significantly underperforming for what I consider his role to be.
1/22 - 5-2 W @ WSH. New acquisition Jonathan Drouin had a goal and two assists. Marchessault is injured with a concussion; Warren Foegele (77) is called up to fill LW4 as Namestnikov moves up to LW3.
1/23 - Ekblad available at RD1. McAvoy RD2, Liljegren RD3, Carrick is scratched. Then, a 4-3 L vs. DET depsite a Jack Eichel hat trick.
1/24 - We are a "contender" again. Guess the ownership reversed the overreaction.
1/25 - ALL STAR WEEKEND: Noah Hanifin will represent Quebec.
1/28 - 3-1 L @ NYI
1/30 - 5-4 L vs. TOR
1/31 - Marchessault returns, resume prior lines, Foegele put on waivers with the intent to be sent to the AHL
2/1 - Foegele clears waivers and goes to the AHL. 4-3 SOL vs. ANA. Fleury is out with an MCL sprain, and Carrick will take his spot at LD3.
2/3 - 5-4 SOW vs. COL
2/6 - 5-3 L vs. PIT
2/7 - LINE CHANGEUP: Jonathan Drouin and Julien Gauthier switch places.
2/8 - 3-2 SOW vs. ARZ
2/12 - 6-3 W @ SJ. Mitch Marner hat trick, with Jack Eichel, Julien Gauthier, and Jake Bean also scoring in the first game after the line change. Eichel got 4 assists, and Marner and Pastrnak also had 2 helpers.
2/13 - 7-4 W @ VAN. Jonathan Marchessault hat trick, Eichel, Gauthier, Pastrnak, Guentzel the other goals; Eichel, Marner, Rantanen 2 helpers each
2/16 - 4-3 W @ CGY, Guentzel two goals (Bean, Miller the others)
2/19 - 4-2 L vs. NJ
2/22 - 1-0 W @ CBJ
2/25 - Fleury is back at LD3, Carrick scratched. 5-2 W vs. NSH
2/28 - 4-3 OTW vs. TB
2/29 - Happy Leap Day! Off day.
3/1 - TRADE DEADLINE: I choose to stand pat at the deadline. Let's do a goalie update Impressively, Daniel Altshuller is the best goalie with a full time roster position (backup or starter) in the NHL right now, with a 1.78 GAA and .941 save percentage in 18 GP (10-3-2, 3 no decisions), leading the league in both of the first two categories of goalies with 10 or more games played. MEanwhile, Thatcher Demko has a .914 save percentage and 2.67 GAA, both best among rookie starters, with a 27-18-2 record in 47 GP. Demko's numbers and workload are in the immediate neighborhood of starters like Andrei Vasilevskiy and Frederik Andersen. As for our actual game on 3/1, it is a 5-2 L @ NJ
3/4 - 4-2 W @ MTL. Guentzel is injured. I move Miller to C2, Kruger to C3, and give Namestnikov a chance to play C4 while Carrick dresses as a forward at LW4.
3/6 - 4-1 W @ DET
3/8 - Guentzel back, resume prior lines. 3-2 SOL @ FLA
3/10 - 5-3 L vs. NYR
3/12 - 4-1 L vs. CBJ
3/13 - 3-2 OTW @ PHI
3/16 - 4-3 SOW vs. NYI. Fleury is injured, so Carrick takes his spot at LD3.
3/18 - 3-2 OTW @ DAL
3/20 - 5-0 W @ WPG
3/22 - 2-1 W @ NYR. McAvoy is injured. Keaton Thompson is called up to fill LD3, as Carrick moves to RD3 and Liljegren RD2.
3/23 - 3-2 W @ CBJ
3/25 - 2-1 OTL vs. BOS
3/26 - McAvoy returns at RD2, resume prior pairings. Thompson sent down
3/27 - 5-1 W vs. PIT
3/28 - Playoffs CLINCHED! Right now the Nordiques sit in second place in the Metro with 98 points, three behind WSH and nine ahead of a third place tie between CBJ and PHI.
3/29 - 3-1 L vs. PHI
3/30 - 11-5 W @ WSH (I was shocked too when I saw this!)
4/1 - 4-2 L @ PHI
4/2 - Fleury back at LD3, Carrick scratched.
4/3 - With a PHI regulation loss, the Nordiques clinch first round home ice for the second straight year! Quebec, with 100 points, is three behind WSH for first place in the Metro. Every team in the Metro has three games left.
4/5 - 3-1 L vs. NYR. WSH is idle. A loss of any type in the next game (or one point by WSH) means WSH clinches the division
4/6 - 4-1 W vs. NYI. WSH loses in regulation, 3-1 vs CBJ. Both teams have one game left. 102 points QC, 103 points WSH. Due to the ROW tiebreaker, WSH needs one point in their final game to win regardless of what we do. The only scenario where the Nordiques can win the division is a WSH regulation loss AND any win by the Nordiques vs. Anaheim on 4/9.
4/7 - In real life, I am a Boston Bruins fan. The Bruins TV broadcasters, NESN, give out a 7th Player Award every year as voted on by the fans. While I won't be doing any fan voting, I will be giving out a 7th Player Award for my Nordiques GM mode right before the start of the playoffs, to the player that went above and beyond my expectations this season.
4/8 - WSH loses their final game in regulation, 5-0 vs. last place in the Metro Pittsburgh (and last place by a lot). QC controls their own destiny - a win to get the top seed in the Metro. The Metro winner will also win the Eastern Conference and the Presidents' Trophy because we have 102 points, WSH has 103, and the other East division winner, Boston, has finished their season with 102 points, and nobody else in the NHL (including the West) can exceed 100.
4/9 - 6-0 W @ ANA and the Nordiques win the Presidents' Trophy!!!
4/10 - END OF REGULAR SEASON REPORT:
Leading goal and point scorer (team): Jack Eichel (42-40--82)
Leading assist scorer (team): Mitch Marner (22-53--75)
Jonathan Drouin also finished with over 40 assists (18-41--59, albeit some with Tampa)
Leading goal scorer (team defensemen): Jake Bean (9-8--17)
Leading assist and point scorer (team Dmen): Aaron Ekblad (7-25--32)
Not that it is the most important stat but every full timer on the team finished with a plus minus of 10 or better except for Jake Guentzel (+6), Marcus Kruger (+4), David Pastrnak (-2), Sebastian Aho (-4) and Vladislav Namestnikov (-7, some with Tampa).
Everyone with playing time recorded at least one point except Warren Foegele (3 GP); the only other non-goal scoer was Trevor Carrick (26 GP and 5 assists), and the only other non assist scorer was Keaton Thompson (13 GP, 1 goal).
As for the goalies, Thatcher Demko had a 2.59 GAA, .915 save percentage, and 36-23-3 record in 63 GP, while Daniel Altshuller had a 1.95 GAA, a .934 sv%, 13-5-2 record, and 2 assists in 23 GP.
As a team, we gave up 214 goals, good for a tie with WSH for seventh fewest in the league, while scoring 263 goals, one behind Tampa for most in the league. This results in a team +/- of +49.

And the winner of the 2019-20 7th Player Award is....
Julien Gauthier. 27-29--56, good for second on the team in goals, seventh in assists (on a team deep with 30+ assist guys), tied with Noah Hanifin for third best +/- value at +24, from a second year player who had a 30 point increase over last year, a massive improvement defensively. He also had 6 PPGs, third best on the team, and one of only three players to score a SHG (JT Miller and Timothy Liljegren, all three with one SHG.)
Runner ups for the award were Jake Guentzel, Charlie McAvoy and Daniel Altshuller (in no particular order).

Throughout the league:
Points leader: Patrick Kane (58-45--103)
Assists leader: Nicklas Backstrom (15-84--99)
Goals leader: Alex Ovechkin (59-38--97)
Points leader among defensemen: Oliver Ekman-Larsson (17-62--79)
Assists leader among defensemen: Morgan Reilly (11-63--74)
Goals leader among defensemen: Erik Karlsson (25-51--76)
Wins leader among all goalies: Corey Crawford (45-23-1, 2.36 GAA, .916 sv% in 71 GP)
GAA and Sv% leader among all regular NHL roster goalies (15+ GP): Daniel Altshuller (see above)
GAA and Sv% leader among starters (41+ GP): Robin Lehner (2.23 GAA, .925 sv%, 38-17-3 with 66 GP)
Fewest goals surrendered among backups (15-40 GP): Kaapo Kahkonen (28 GA in 15 GP, but he was in the NHL the whole year)
Fewest goals surrendered among starters (41+ GP): Matt Murray (96 GA in 41 GP)
One goalie scored a goal this season in the NHL: Thomas Greiss (1-2--3).
There was a three way tie for leader in points and assists among goalies: Devan Dubnyk, Marc-Andre Fleury, and Anthony Stolarz (all 0-4--4).

Team Stats:
Presidents' Trophy/East winner/Metro winner: Quebec Nordiques, 104 pts.
Atlantic winner: Boston Bruins, 102 pts. (third in the NHL)
West/Central winner: St. Louis Blues (100 pts., fourth in the NHL, 46 ROW)
Pacific winner: LA Kings (100 pts., sixth in the NHL, 30 ROW)
Other teams with 100+ points: Washington Capitals (2nd NHL and Metro, 103 pts.); Chicago Blackhawks (2nd Central and 5th NHL, 100 pts., 43 ROW)
Worst record: Ottawa Senators (72 pts., 33-43-6)
Other notes: The Penguins had a historic collapse Every 90+ point team made the playoffs, except Dallas who gained 92 points in a tough Central Division with all but one team having 92 or more points. Meanwhile, the Pacific Division was pathetic: the Anaheim Ducks made the playoffs with 82 points and 32 ROW, good for 3rd in the Pacific and 23rd in the NHL! Seven other teams missed the playoffs with better records (DAL/92, NJ/88, NYI/86, DET/84, BUF/83, COL 82/33 ROW). Had the Canucks (81 points, 35 ROW) gotten one more point, they would have been playoff bound; same thing if the Coyotes (79 pts, 35 ROW) had gotten three more points. Four more for the Flames (79 points, 25 ROW) also. With Anaheim's awfulness and LA's dominance in the division, who else qualified from the Pacific? San Jose (95 points, 36 ROW). The Metro was the toughest with five 96+ point teams making the playoffs and the rest being 88 points or below.

DIVISION RECORDS (points in parentheses)

Metro:
p-QC (104)
x-WSH (103)
x-PHI (99)
x-CBJ (97)
x-NYR (96)
NJ (88)
NYI (86)
PIT (73)

Atlantic:
y-BOS (102)
x-TOR (94)
x-TB (91)
MTL (86)
DET (84)
BUF (83)
FLA (73)
OTT (72)

Central:
z-STL (100, 46 ROW)
x-CHI (100, 43 ROW)
x-NSH (99)
x-MIN (92, 37 ROW, better head to head vs. WPG)
x-WPG (92, 37 ROW, worse head to head vs. MIN)
DAL (92, 36 ROW)
COL (82)

Pacific:
y-LA (100, 40 ROW)
x-SJ (95)
x-ANA (82)
VAN (81)
ARZ (79, 35 ROW)
CGY (79, 25 ROW)
EDM (73)

CONFERENCE RECORDS BY POINTS (points in parentheses)

East:
z-QC (104)
x-WSH (103)
y-BOS (102)
x-PHI (99)
x-CBJ (97)
x-NYR (96)
x-TOR (94)
x-TB (91)
NJ (88)
NYI (86, 34 ROW, better head to head vs. MTL)
MTL (86, 34 ROW, worse head to head vs. NYI)
DET (84)
BUF (83)
PIT (73, 30 ROW)
FLA (73, 26 ROW)
OTT (72)

West:
z-STL (100, 46 ROW)
x-CHI (100, 43 ROW)
y-LA (100, 40 ROW)
x-NSH (99)
x-SJ (95)
x-MIN (92, 37 ROW, better head to head vs. WPG)
x-WPG (92, 37 ROW, worse head to head vs. MIN)
DAL (92, 36 ROW)
COL (82, 33 ROW)
x-ANA (82, 32 ROW)
VAN (81)
ARZ (79, 35 ROW)
CGY (79, 25 ROW)
EDM (73)

OVERALL NHL RECORDS BY POINTS:
p-QC (104)
x-WSH (103)
y-BOS (102)
z-STL (100, 46 ROW)
x-CHI (100, 43 ROW)
y-LA (100, 40 ROW)
x-PHI (99, 43 ROW)
x-NSH (99, 38 ROW)
x-CBJ (97)
x-NYR (96)
x-SJ (95)
x-TOR (94)
x-MIN (92, 37 ROW, better head to head vs. WPG)
x-WPG (92, 37 ROW, worse head to head vs. MIN)
DAL (92, 36 ROW)
x-TB (91)
NJ (88)
NYI (86, 34 ROW, better head to head vs. MTL)
MTL (86, 34 ROW, worse head to head vs. NYI)
DET (84)
BUF (83)
COL (82, 33 ROW)
x-ANA (82, 32 ROW)
VAN (81)
ARZ (79, 35 ROW)
CGY (79, 25 ROW)
PIT (73, 30 ROW)
FLA (73, 26 ROW)
EDM (73, 25 ROW)
OTT (72)

PLAYOFF MATCHUPS (position and points in parentheses)

East:
QC (M1, 104 pts.) vs. NYR (M5/WC2, 96)
WSH (M2, 103 pts.) vs. PHI (M3, 99)
BOS (A1, 102 pts.) vs. CBJ (M4/WC1, 97)
TOR (A2, 94) vs. TB (A3, 91)

West:
STL (C1, 100) vs. WPG (C5/WC2, 92)
CHI (C2, 100) vs. NSH (C3, 99)
LA (P1, 100) vs. MIN (C4/WC1, 92)
SJ (P2, 95) vs. ANA (P3, 82)

These playoff matchups are hilarious and show why the current NHL playoff system is badly broken. The Sharks got rewarded for finishing 2nd instead of 1st in the Pacific, and the Kings get a much tougher draw for getting first place; ditto St. Louis, who as the best record should be playing the worst record. Meanwhile, the two worst teams in the East get to play each other and avoid Quebec and Boston, who instead get tougher draws. This whole thing is broken.
Anyway, we get the NY Rangers, and the winner of our series gets the winner of WSH vs. PHI. This is a rematch of last year's first round matchup, except now the Nordiques are Presidents' Trophy winners, whereas it was a 2 v 3 matchup last year.

4/11 - START OF PLAYOFFS: Round One, Game One: 2-0 L vs. NYR. NYR lead series 1-0.
4/13 - Round 1, Game 2: 1-0 W vs. NYR. Lone goal by Marchessault, assisted by McAvoy and Miller in the 2nd period. Each team took 30 SOG. Thatcher Demko is injured after 12 saves and 24 minutes of the game (early 2nd period); Daniel Altshuller makes his NHL playoff debut to relieve the remaining 60 minutes and makes 18 saves in a shared shutout. Postgame, Jonas Johansson (76) is called up to back up Altshuller. Series tied 1-1.
4/15 - 3-2 OTW @ NYR. Rangers go up 1-0 early in the 3rd, then Gauthier scores less than a minute later to tie it. 2:15 later, Jack Eichel puts QC up 2-1, then 53 seconds later the Rangers tie it. Gauthier scores 1:15 into OT to win it with his second of the night. Mitch Marner has 3 assists, and Eichel and Ekblad also get helpers. Altshuller made 30 saves. QC leads series 2-1
4/17 - 2-1 W @ NYR. 22 saves for Altshuller. Rangers go up 1-0 in the first. Eichel scores in the 2nd, then Kruger scores early in the 3rd. Assists to Ekblad, Marner, and Miller (one each). QC leads series 3-1
4/18 - Demko is available and will start Game Five. Johansson is scratched but I choose to give Gordon Franson a chance to finally be the starter in the AHL for the playoffs there, partially to protect our top AHL goalie in case he is needed at the NHL level again.
4/19 - 2-1 2OTL vs. NYR. Jake Bean opens the scoring late in the first (assists: Eichel and McAvoy). The Rangers tie it late in the third, then win it early in double overtime. Demko made 35 saves. QC leads series 3-2
4/21 - 4-1 L @ NYR. Demko with 30 saves. JT Miller our only goal, from Rantanen and Marchessault, in the second period. Rangers scored in the first and three times in the third (incluidng an ENG). Series tied 3-3
4/22 - All four Eastern series are going to a Game 7, but none of the Western series will do so. With a goalie controversy on his hands, Coach Stevens decides to keep riding Thatcher Demko in Game 7 tomorrow, even though Daniel Altshuller has had a better series (despite the injury to Demko, both have played great and with similar time) and Altshuller got all three wins.
4/23 - 6-3 W vs. NYR. The Nordiques hit the gas fast, going up 4-0 in the first period, all in the first ten minutes (the four goals were 5:03 apart). The Rangers tallied one a few minutes later, and the score is 4-1 after one. The Rangers score early in the second, before Quebec quickly strikes. The Nordiques tally another one late in the second and it is 6-2 after two. New York tallied a goal in the third. Quebec goals came from Drouin, Eichel, Ekblad, Guentzel, Marner, and Pastrnak, and assists came from Guentzel twice, Pastrnak twice, Drouin, Ekblad, Marner, Gauthier, Marchessault, and Demko. The GWG was at 7:57 of the first: Drouin from Guentzel and Pastrnak. Kruger gets hurt, and is replaced by Namestnikov at C4 and Carrick at LW4 postgame. QC wins series 4-3, will play winner of WSH/PHI Game 7 on 4/24
4/24 - WSH beats PHI in Game 7.
First Round Results:
East:
QC (M1) wins 4-3 vs. NYR (M5/WC2)
WSH (M2) wins 4-3 vs. PHI (M3)
CBJ (M4/WC2) wins 4-3 vs. BOS (A1)
TB (A3) wins 4-3 vs. TOR (A2)

West:
WPG (C5/WC2) wins 4-2 vs. STL (C1)
NSH (C3) wins 4-2 vs. CHI (C2)
MIN (C4/WC1) wins 4-0 vs. LA (P1)
SJ (P2) wins 4-1 vs. ANA (P3)

Second Round, home ice listed first:
East:
QC vs. WSH
TB vs. CBJ*

West:
NSH vs. WPG
SJ vs. MIN

* TB gets home ice because CBJ was a wild card team moved to the Atlantic, despite CBJ having 97 points to TB's 91. Again, dumb playoff system.

4/25 - Despite the Game 7 win, the goalie controversy intensifies. In 4 full appearances and an additional period and some change, Demko has a 2.12 GAA and .929 sv%, but Game 7 was not his greatest night, and he was the losing goalie in the three losses. Meanwhile, Altshuller, in two full games and a majority of a third game, carried three of the four wins and was brilliant with a .958 save percentage and a 1.14 GAA. Coach Stevens announces that Altshuller will start Game One vs. WSH.

4/26 - Round 2, Game 1: 8-0 W vs. WSH, and Holtby was in net for all eight goals against. 2 goals in the first and three goals in the other two periods. Jonathan Drouin had a hat trick and two assists for a five point night. Jake Guentzel also had five points: a goal and four assists. Mitch Marner had 4 points, with a goal an dthree assists. Jack Eichel had a goal and an assists. Jake Bean and Vladislav Namestnikov also scored a goal each, and Aaron Ekblad, Julien Gauthier, Noah Hanifin, and Jonathan Marchessault each had an assist. Altshuller had a 24 save shutout. QC leads series 1-0
4/28 - 3-1 W vs. WSH. JT Miller opened the scoring, then Noah Hanifin scored the GWG to make it 2-0 in the second period. Hanifin scored again in the third to make it 3-1. Assists went to Marchessault, Liljegren (his first NHL playoff point), Gauthier, Eichel, Marner, and Pastrnak, all one each. Altshuller had 18 saves on 19 shots. Ekblad gets hurt. McAvoy moves to RD1, Liljegren to RD2, and Carrick's stint as a seventh defenseman playing forward ends as he moves to RD3. Nick Suzuki is called up to take LW4. QC leads series 2-0
4/30 - 6-3 W @ WSH. Gauthier 3 goals, Aho, Eichel, Rantanen the others. Marner 3 assists, Eichel and Miller 2 assists each, Fleury, Hanifin, Namestnikov one each, Altshuller 33 saves. QC leads series 3-0
5/2 - 6-2 W @ WSH. Aho, Drouin, Eichel, Miller, Pastrnak, Rantanen the goals; Bean and Marchessault 2 assists each, Drouin, Miller, Pastrnak, Guentzel, Gauthier, Marner, Namestnikov one assist each. GWG reads Miller from Marchessault and Bean at 4:03 of the second. Altshuller 23 saves. QC wins series 4-0
5/3 - Aaron Ekblad will be available for the start of the Eastern Conference Final vs. TB or CBJ at RD1 (TB leads series 2-1). McAvoy RD2, Liljegren RD3, Carrick scratched
5/6 - Round Two ends. QC wins 4-0 over WSH and TB wins 4-2 over CBJ in the East. MIN wins 4-0 over SJ and NSH wins 4-2 over WPG in the West. ECF is QC vs. TB and WCF is NSH vs. MIN; home ice QC and NSH.

5/8 - Round 3, Game 1: 3-0 L vs. TB. 30 saves for Altshuller. TB leads series 1-0
5/9 - Marcus Kruger available for Game 2 at C4. Namestnikov back to LW4, Suzuki scratched. Also, it is announced that Thatcher Demko will start Game 2.
5/10 - 3-1 L vs. TB. 24 saves for Demko on 26 shots, goal 3 was an ENG. Only QC goal was Eichel from Marner and Pastrnak. Jake Bean is hurt and will be out the rest of the playoffs; postgame, Fleury is moved to LD2 and Carrick LD3. TB leads series 2-0
5/11 - Coach Stevens decides to go back to Altshuller for Game 3.
5/12 - 3-0 W @ TB. Pastrnak 2 goals; Guentzel 1 goal and 2 assists; Drouin 2 assists; Gauthier and Marchessault an assist each. 32 saves for Altshuller, TB leads series 2-1
5/14 - 3-0 W @ TB. Rantanen out the rest of the playoffs (Aho RW3, Suzuki RW4). Series tied 2-2
5/16 - 3-2 L vs. TB. Aho and Hanifin 1G/1A each, Miller 2A, Altshuller 28 saves, TB leads series 3-2. Meanwhile, in the WCF, NSH closes out MIN in a 4-1 series win, so the winner of the ECF will play NSH in the SCF.
5/18 - 2-1 OTW @ TB. McAvoy scores in the first, assists to Marchessault and Altshuller. Tampa scores in the third (Kucherov). Then, at 17:40 into overtime, Guentzel scores to force a Game 7, with the lone assist to Pastrnak. Altshuller made 38 saves and had an assist. Series tied 3-3
5/20 - 3-2 W vs. TB and the Nordiques are heading to the Final!!!! The Lightning strike fast in the first, just 2 minutes in, but then Namestnikov (from Kruger and Liljegren) and Marner (from Namestnikov and Ekblad) score 19 seconds apart later in the first to give Quebec a 2-1 lead. Eichel scores the GWG late in the third - at 17:09 - with assists to Pastrnak and Drouin. This is the GWG because with 1:11 left, the Drouin/Panarin trade comes back to haunt. Shea Theodore, who got flipped to Tampa in that trade, scores on the power play with the primary assist to Artemi Panarin with just 1:11 left in Game 7 (the other assist: Brayden Point; Panarin's assist was his second of the game). No less, the Nordiques hold on for the win! Altshuller made 17 saves. QC wins series 4-3

Stanley Cup Final: QC vs. NSH
5/21 - Coach Stevens announces that Altshuller will be the starter in the Stanley Cup Final. Altshuller has a .948 sv% and 1.40 GAA as well as 4 shutouts with 11 wins in 13 playoff GP.
5/22 - Round 4, Game 1: 5-2 W vs. NSH. The Predators score the first two goals, late in the first and midway through the second, but then the Nordiques score four goals in the second after Nashville's second goal (4 goals in 8:12); Quebec added a goal in the third. Goals: Aho, Drouin, Eichel, Pastrnak, Suzuki; Assists: Eichel, Pastrnak, Carrick, Ekblad, Guentzel, Liljegren, Marner, McAvoy. Altshuller had 27 saves. QC leads series 1-0
5/24 - 3-2 2OTW vs. NSH. Miller opens the scoring midway through the second (from Marchessault and Aho); then 53 seconds into the third Nashville ties it. 1:07 later, Aho gives Quebec the lead back (From Ekblad and Hanifin); with 5:50 to go Nashville ties it. The first overtime goes scoreless, and then at 3:49 of 2OT, Ekblad scores from Marner and Eichel to win Game 2. Altshuller 31 saves. QC leads series 2-0
5/25 - Carrick was injured the previous night. Keaton Thompson is called up and will fill LD3.
5/26 - 4-1 L @ NSH. Lone goal is Gauthier from Marner and Eichel, then Marner is injured and will be out for the rest of the playoffs. 33 saves for Altshuller. QC leads series 2-1
5/27 - To take Marner's place, Pastrnak will move to RW1. Marchessault RW2. Aho to LW3. Namestnikov RW3. Matthew Peca called up and will go to LW4. Also, Carrick can play in the next game and he will replace Thompson at LD3, and Thompson is sent down.
5/28 - 3-2 L @ NSH. Goals from Drouin and Gauthier; assists Guentzel, Aho, Eichel, Pastrnak. 34 saves for Altshuller. Series tied 2-2.
5/30 - 2-0 W vs. NSH. Aho and Eichel the goals; assists Drouin, Guentzel, Pastrnak. 29 save shutout for Altshuller. QC leads series 3-2, one win from the Cup!!!
6/1 - 3-0 W vs. NSH!!!! Nordiques win the Cup!!!! The Quebec Nordiques are the 2020 Stanley Cup Champions!!!!! The Stanley Cup winner was scored at 12:31 of the second period, shorthanded by Julien Gauthier assisted by Matthew Peca. Then Nick Suzuki scored at 8:46 of the 3rd from Marcus Kruger and Matthew Peca. Finally, at 14:00 of the third, Jack Eichel scored from Julien Gauthier and David Pastrnak. That is two assists for Peca and a goal and assist for Gauthier. Altshuller made 28 saves in his second straight shutout!! QC wins series 4-2. Daniel Altshuller stormed onto the scene as the backup to steal the starting job after an injury to Demko and is rewarded with the Conn Smythe Trophy! Altshuller won 15 of his 19 games and had a .946 sv%, a 1.53 GAA and 6 shutouts.
6/2 - The Chicago Wolves win the AHL's Calder Cup.
6/3 - PLAYOFF STATS RECAP:

Points and goals leader on team: Jack Eichel (11-10--21)
Assists leader on team: Mitch Marner (3-17--20)
Defensemen points and assists leader on team: Aaron Ekblad (2-7--9)
Defensemen goals leader on team: Noah Hanifin (3-4--7)

Goalies:
Thatcher Demko: 6 GP, 1-4-0, 2.10 GAA, .929 sv%, 1 assist
Daniel Altshuller: 19 GP, 15-4-0, 1.53 GAA, .947 sv%, 1 assist, Conn Smythe Trophy

LEAGUE PLAYOFF STATS
Points and assists leader: Ryan Johansen (2-20--22)
Goals leader: James Neal (13-9--22)
Defensemen points and assists leader: Roman Josi (1-14--15)
Defensemen goals leader: TIE - Dustin Byfuglien (4-4--8) and Brent Burns (4-5--9)

Goalies:
GAA leader: Daniel Altshuller (see above)
Sv% leader: Joonas Korpisalo (.948 sv%, 1.68 GAA, 6-4-0 in 13 GP)

6/4 - NHL AWARDS
Art Ross - Patrick Kane
Hart - Patrick Kane
Norris - Morgan Reilly
Lady Byng - Nicklas Backstrom
Calder - Nick Merkley
Conn Smythe - Daniel Altshuller
Vezina - Robin Lehner
Jennings - Jonathan Quick (solo)
Masterton - Brendan Smith
Selke - Claude Giroux
Lindsay - Patrick Kane
Richard - Alex Ovechkin

6/20 - RETIREMENTS
None on QC
Notable league wide: Duncan Keith, Brent Burns, Ryan Suter, Brent Seabrook, Roberto Luongo, Ryan Miller, Corey Crawford, Jaroslav Halak

6/23 - NHL ENTRY DRAFT

TRADE
To Florida:
Gordon Franson

To Quebec:
2021 3rd round pick (via QC)
2022 3rd round pick

TRADE
To Montreal:
2020 pick #15 (via ANA)
2021 6th round pick

To Quebec:
2020 pick #11

With the 11th pick, Quebec selects Viacheslav Arkhipov (Medium Top 6 F - LW Sniper, right handed shot)
With the 38th pick, Quebec selects Rick Pentzek (Low Top 4 D - Offensive Defenseman, right handed shot)
With the 57th pick, Quebec selects Tommy Matheson (Low Top 9 F - LW Playmaker, right handed shot)
With the 120th pick, Quebec selects Sergej Nabokov (Low Top 6 D - Defensive Defenseman, left handed shot)
With the 150th pick, Quebec selects

TRADE
To Buffalo:
2020 pick #150 (5th round)
2021 7th round pick

To Quebec:
2021 5th round pick

TRADE
To Detroit:
2020 pick #180

To Quebec:
2020 pick #190

With the 190th pick, Quebec selects Zacharie Emond (Med - AHL Starter - Hybrid G, catches left)
With the 210th pick, Quebec selects Daylon Groulx (Low - AHL Top 6 F - RW Sniper, shoots right)

6/25 - CONTRACTS

RE-SIGNING OFFERS
Jack Eichel (2 yr, 9.825M per)
Marcus Kruger (1 yr, 925K, 2 way)
Matthew Peca (1 yr, 900K, 2 way)
Nicolas Roy (2 yr, 725K per, 2 way)
Steven Lorentz (1 yr, 700K, 2 way)
Lucas Wallmark (2 yr, 725K, 2 way)
Jonathan Drouin (3 yr, 4.4M per)
Vladislav Namestnikov (1 yr, 2.3M)
Warren Foegele (1 yr, 700K, 2 way)
Julien Gauthier (3 yr, 4M per)
Timothy Liljegren (4 yr, 1.4M per)
Trevor Carrick (1 yr, 925K, 2 way)
Vladimir Grigorenko (2 yr, 750K per, 2 way)
Keaton Thompson (1 yr, 750K, 2 way)
Tyler Ganly (1 yr, 700K, 2 way)
Daniel Altshuller (4 yr, 1.5M per)

QUALIFIED RFAs
None

ELC SIGNINGS
Viacheslav Arkhipov (750K)
Sergej Nabokov (700K)
Rick Pentzek (750K)
Tommy Matheson (725K)
Zacharie Emond (725K)

All offers were accepted.

7/1 - FREE AGENCY
Highlights: Braden Holtby hit the market as a UFA!!!! I am not interested, however, and am not only perfectly happy with my tandem but cannot afford Holtby - I can barely afford him now and have big contracts to give out soon. However I could use an AHL backup goalie or two. So...

CONTRACT OFFERS:
Spencer Martin (1 yr, 800K, 2 way)

7/5 - Martin accepts.

And that is where the 2019-20 cycle ends as I have no more plans to sign any FAs. But let's follow the Holtby thing anyways because he has not chosen a destination.

7/6 - HOLTBY DECISION: Detroit on a 6 year deal at 8.975M per.


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Summer

Draft

Round-PickPlayerPositionAgeTeamLeagueCountry
4-1Preston BellamyD19USAUSAUSA

Re-signings

PlayerPositionAgeOverallTermCap Hit
T.HodgesLW24894 years$7.65M
T.GarrisonD27843 years$5.4M
M.WattLW22843 years$3.4M
H.SamuelssonRW33831 year$4.12M
L.LalandeC25811 year$1.95M
E.CormierG29821 year$1.35M
S.WagnerC22793 years/2 way$1.015M
J.Ho-SangRW31801 year$1M
B.JennerC34821 year$3M
M.KreisC29801 year$1M
B.BellamyLW25791 year$1M
N.LeddyD36742 years/2 way$0.79M


Free Agency

PlayerPositionAgeOverallTermCap Hit
C.UmbergerG23803 years/2 way$1.02M

Umberger to AHL team


Trades

acquire acquire
J.Masters (85)M.Taratukhin (82)
 Rights to P.Bellamy (66)
 2nd round pick 2033 (NYI)

I had him @ SJS.

acquire acquire
T.Hamilton (85)R.Strome (84)
 1st round pick 2033 (NYI)

$1.5M retained by Florida. 4.955$ his cap hit now.

acquire acquire
M.Bois (83)B.Jenner (81)
 3rd round pick 2031 (NYI)
 3rd round pick 2032 (NYI)
 3rd round pick 2033 (NYI)

$0.9M retained by me on Jenner's contract.

Lineup


LW
C
RW
T.Hodges (90)C.McDavid (A) (95)M.Watt (84)
M.Coronel (83)C.Pacioretty (86)T.Hamilton (85)
H.Samuelsson (83)M.Bois (83)M.Sejna (84)
M.Dal Colle (82)L.Lalande (81)M.Bourgeois (80)
 M.Kreis (80)J.Ho-Sang (80)


D
D
L.Guard (82)R.Pulock (A) (88)
T.Garrison (84)J.Masters (85)
K.Hasler (C) (83)S.Valentenko (84)
N.Leddy (72) 


G
W.Wolski (90)
E.Cormier (82)


Record and Standings

53-23-6

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


Regular season stats

Skaters

PlayerPositionGPGAP+/-PIM
C.McDavidC825944103+3410
M.WattLW82154762+2930
T.HodgesLW72214061+2830
T.HamiltonLW82242751+126
J.MastersD8284048+938
C.PaciorettyC79132235-625
L.GuardD8272633+1833
R.PulockD8162531+1487
M.CoronelLW7692130030
L.LalandeC81121729+918
T.GarrisonD82131427+928
S.ValentenkoD8252025+152
M.BoisC8212921+510
M.Dal ColleLW76111021+1212
M.SejnaRW8211819-212
K.HaslerD8241216+1283
H.SamuelssonRW827714-673
M.BourgeoisC827512+124
J.Ho-SangRW14246+30
N.LeddyD101100
M.KreisC12000-40


Goalies

PlayerGPWLOTGAASV%SO
W.Wolski68431922.2792.46%4
E.Cormier2311722.0792.04%3


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GameAwayScoreHome
1Bruins5 : 2Islanders
2Bruins1 : 4Islanders
3Islanders1 : 6Bruins
4Islanders1 : 2Bruins
5Bruins1 : 2Islanders
6Islanders1 : 3Bruins
Notes

Back to back President's trophy winner

Wolski, the Conn Smythe title holder, injured in game number 82 ****ing game injured for 6 weeks

So, without him I lost in 6 in round 1.

Montreal wins the Cup against Jets.

Wolski, 2nd straight Vezina + first Jennings
McDavid, Maurice Richard + Ted Lindsay + Selke.

I think it was the first time, that the Hart winner and Lindsay winner are 2 different guys.

RNH for the Hart and McDavid for the Lindsay. They were 1 and 2 in points.
RNH 20+94=114
McD 59+44=103


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Trophies

3x Stanley Cup (Colorado Avalanche, San Jose Sharks and New York Islanders) -> 2016, 2019 and 2027
4x President's Trophy (Colorado Avalanche, San Jose Sharks and 2x New York Islanders) -> 2016, 2021, 2027 and 2028
4x Clarence S.Campbell Trophy (2x Colorado Avalanche and 2x San Jose Sharks) -> 2015, 2016, 2018 and 2019
Prince of Wales Trophy (New York Islanders) -> 2027

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
3x Maurice Richard Trophy (Matt Duchene, Sidney Crosby and Connor McDavid) -> 2017, 2019 and 2028
3x Conn Smythe Trophy (Matt Duchene, James Reimer and Wayne Wolski) -> 2016, 2019 and 2027
James Norris Trophy (Tyson Barrie) -> 2017
2x Vezina Trophy (2x Wayne Wolski) -> 2027 and 2028
3x Calder Trophy (Dennis Yan, Stephen Dhillon and Marty Watt) -> 2019, 2021 and 2025
4x Ted Lindsay Award (Matt Duchene, 2x Sidney Crosby and Connor McDavid) -> 2017, 2019, 2021 and 2028
Lady Byng Trophy (Matt Duchene) -> 2017
Frank J. Selke Trophy (Connor McDavid) -> 2028
3x William Jennings Trophy (James Reimer, Stephen Dhillon and Wayne Wolski) -> 2019, 2021 and 2028

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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
2025-202646-32-4963rd6th8th2nd round
2026-202754-25-31111st1st1stCHAMPION
2027-202853-23-61121st1st1st1st round

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In franchise mode, can you turn morale and team chemistry completely off? It's real stupid having my player's overalls drop 5 points because I sent someone down to the AHL or for "ice time" issues

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In franchise mode, can you turn morale and team chemistry completely off? It's real stupid having my player's overalls drop 5 points because I sent someone down to the AHL or for "ice time" issues
Yeah it's in the game settings at the beginning, right after you chose a team. I always turn it off, along with owner mode and assistant coach line changes

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Has anyone noticed a weird glitch or whatever where an AHL team doesn't play a full season? Like for 2017-18, San Diego only played 68 games instead of 76. I thought maybe it was a coding thing, but the player stats show that they only played 68.

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Dude must have faced a TON of adversity.......

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Has anyone noticed a weird glitch or whatever where an AHL team doesn't play a full season? Like for 2017-18, San Diego only played 68 games instead of 76. I thought maybe it was a coding thing, but the player stats show that they only played 68.
Western AHL teams do not have the same Schedule. They do play 68 games IRL if I'm not mistaken.

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It's funny to think about, but I think the Masterton just goes to the player with the most giveaways

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It's funny to think about, but I think the Masterton just goes to the player with the most giveaways
That makes no sense, but would be typical EA Sports. I noticed that award is always won by some third pairing defensive D, so you might be right

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Anyone willing to donate me a decent goalie on PS4? All I have is Reimer and Niemi.

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Morale can't be turned off completely, neither can team chemistry. Total ********

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Western AHL teams do not have the same Schedule. They do play 68 games IRL if I'm not mistaken.
Huh. I did not know that. I also probably didn't notice it before because my farm team always ran away with the league.

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Added the rest of the season to my last "team" post

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