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Will have first preseason game review up in a bit

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Final score: 6-2 WAS

Pavelec, Jets struggle in first game

WASHINGTON, D.C - Even though their was hype around the Winnipeg Jets playing their first preseason game in almost 15 years, the team could not live up to that hype, as they lost 6-2 to the Washington Capitals at the Verizon Center. There could be 2 reasons why the Jets fell to the Caps: First, the Caps had more depth than the Jets, and goaltender Ondrej Pavelec struggled mightily for Winnipeg, giving up 4 goals on 14 shots before getting replaced by Chris Mason, who stopped 10 of 12 shots he faced. Akim Aliu and Michael Forney scored for the Jets, while Anton Gustafsson, Alexander Semin, Nicklas Backstrom, David Steckel, Ryan O' Marra and Mike Green scored for the Capitals. The Jets play their next preseason game at home against the Tampa Bay Lightning.

Here are the Jets lines for Mondays game Vs. the Lightning:

Andrew Ladd - Rich Peverley - Johan Franzen
Ryan Howse - Alexander Burmistrov - Carl Klingberg
Michael Forney - Patrice Cormier - Akim Aliu
Nicklas Lasu - Eric O'Dell - Danick Paquette

Ron Hainsey - Brent Sopel
Mike Siklenka - Noah Welch
Grant Lewis - Ben Chiarot

Chris Mason
Chris Osgood
Ondrej Pavelec

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Oilers lose in the first round of the playoffs to the Wild 4-1, Flyers to win the Stanley Cup

End of Season + Playoffs Report

Season Record:
45-31-6 | 96pts (4th in Western Conference, 19th in Entire League)


Awards:

Calder Cup:
Hamilton Bulldogs

Stanley Cup:
Philadelphia Flyers

Presidents' Trophy:
Columbus Blue Jackets

Art Ross Trophy:
Sidney Crosby PIT (95pts)

Hart Trophy:
Martin Brodeur NJD

James Norris Trophy:
Bryan McCabe FLA

Lady Byng Trophy:
Marian Gaborik NYR

Calder Trophy:
Ondrej Pavelec ATL

Conn Smythe:
Ray Emery PHI

Vezina Trophy:
Martin Brodeur NJD

William M. Jennings:
Marc-Andre Fleury PIT

Bill Masterton Trophy:
Corey Perry ANA

Frank J. Selke:
Milan Lucic BOS

Ted Lindsay Award:
Marian Gaborik NYR

Maurice Richard Trophy:
Ilya Kovalchuk NSH



Edmonton Oilers Stats:

Top 5 Points Scorers:

1. C P. O'Sullivan | 36g+51a=87pts | +30
2. LW D. Penner | 41g+46a=87pts | +32
3. LW D. Heatley | 30g+51a=81pts | +26
4. C S. Horcoff | 21g+44a=65pts | +14
5. C M. Comrie | 20g+34a=54 pts | +13

Best Goal Scorer:
D. Penner, 41 goals

Best +/-:
D. Penner, +32

Most Penalty Minutes
Z. Stortini, 130

Goalies:

E. Nabokov | GP 51 | GAA 2.75 | W32 | L20 | SV% 90.6% |
D. Dubnyk | GP 31 | GAA 2.82 | W13 | L 17 | SV% 90.0% |



Off-Season Signings:

P. O'Sullivan to a 3 year one-way contract / $3.035M per year
Rookie Goalie C. Gubson to a 3 year Entry Level Conract / $0.500M per year
D. Dubnyk to a 1 year one-way contract / $1.675M per year
E. Nabokov to a 1 year one-way contract / $4.695M per year
L. Smid to a 2 year one-way contract / $2.020M per year
R. Nilsson to a 1 year one-way contract / $1.240M per year
A. Johnson to a 1 year one-way contract / $0.885M per year
R. Potulny to a 2 year one-way contract / $0.885M per year
Rookie Center R. Nugent-Hopkins to a 3 year Entry Level Contract / $0.765M per year
E. Moreau to a 2 year one-way contract / $0.760M per year
R. Jones to a 1 year two-way contract / $0.675M per year
Rookie Defenseman J. Gauthier-Leduc to a 3 year Entry Level Contract / $0.630M per year
A. Sutton to a 1 year one-way contract / $0.570M per year
Z. Stortini to a 1 year one-way contract / $0.540M per year
Rookie Defenseman T. Borstmayer to a 3 year Entry Level Contract / $0.500M per year
M. St. Louis to 1 year one-way contract / $4.305M per year


Trades done:

To Edmonton:
H. Zetterberg

To Detroit:
S. Gagner


To Edmonton:
M. Weber

To Detroit:
D. Bowman


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Hi everyone
ive been reading HF fourms for a long time now but just stumbled upon this thread couple months ago and have been reading it every since.

currently i am playing Be a gm with my fav team the Redwings im about 20 games into the 2017-2018 season.

The Wings are defending the cup after winning it the past 2 seasons, knocking out Philly (2 seasons ago) and just recently the Canadiens.

At the draft i traded 2 1st rd picks (mine and mtl) to Colorado (who had the 1st pick) and took Graham Rowlings who according to the scouting reports his POT is Franchise player. Well the 19yo is rated 85 and is my 2nd line LW. and after 20 games is leading all rookies in goals (9) and pts (18).

My line up (with hopefully the correct overalls going from what i remember lol)

Tatar(88)-Jarnkrok(90)-Jurco(81)
Rowlings(85)-Oshie(83)-cant remember (00)
Clowe(83)-Emmerton(80)-Pulkkinen(73)
Mursak(78)-Sheanen(78)-Abdelkader(79)
Nyquist(72)

Sproul(87)-Smith(89)
Almqvist(81)-Kindl(80)
Musil(78)-Fournier(80)


Howard(93)
Lehner(83)

the funniest thing was Helm(88) was a UFA and asking for 10m. he was 1 of 2 players asking for 10m the other was Hall. So in came Oshie and his 3m/2yr contract.

Right now im drawing a blank on who is my 2nd line RW, i know i signed someone last night but i cant remember im doing everything off top of my head LOL.

But the wings are the 2 time champs, 3 cups in the last 5 seasons.

couple top prospects for the wings

Tvdorn who finished with 80pts in the ahl
Yukbov(think thats how u spell it) who had 30pts. but he is rated "C" in all 3 cats. so not sure how much he will improve.

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Hi everyone
ive been reading HF fourms for a long time now but just stumbled upon this thread couple months ago and have been reading it every since.

currently i am playing Be a gm with my fav team the Redwings im about 20 games into the 2017-2018 season.

The Wings are defending the cup after winning it the past 2 seasons, knocking out Philly (2 seasons ago) and just recently the Canadiens.

At the draft i traded 2 1st rd picks (mine and mtl) to Colorado (who had the 1st pick) and took Graham Rowlings who according to the scouting reports his POT is Franchise player. Well the 19yo is rated 85 and is my 2nd line LW. and after 20 games is leading all rookies in goals (9) and pts (18).

My line up (with hopefully the correct overalls going from what i remember lol)

Tatar(88)-Jarnkrok(90)-Jurco(81)
Rowlings(85)-Oshie(83)-cant remember (00)
Clowe(83)-Emmerton(80)-Pulkkinen(73)
Mursak(78)-Sheanen(78)-Abdelkader(79)
Nyquist(72)

Sproul(87)-Smith(89)
Almqvist(81)-Kindl(80)
Musil(78)-Fournier(80)


Howard(93)
Lehner(83)

the funniest thing was Helm(88) was a UFA and asking for 10m. he was 1 of 2 players asking for 10m the other was Hall. So in came Oshie and his 3m/2yr contract.

Right now im drawing a blank on who is my 2nd line RW, i know i signed someone last night but i cant remember im doing everything off top of my head LOL.

But the wings are the 2 time champs, 3 cups in the last 5 seasons.

couple top prospects for the wings

Tvdorn who finished with 80pts in the ahl
Yukbov(think thats how u spell it) who had 30pts. but he is rated "C" in all 3 cats. so not sure how much he will improve.
Yakupov?

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Yakupov?
that would be it, thats what i get for trying to do this while at work drinking rockstar energy drinks LOL. im awake but cant remember my roster or how to spell.

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Winnipeg Jets 2010-2011 Opening Night Roster

Winnipeg, MAN. - After the preseason ended, the Winnipeg Jets have finalized their Opening Night roster. Michael Forney and Mike Siklenka have won the final 2 roster spots. However, the Jets claimed defenceman Matt Carkner off waivers from the Ottawa Senators, so Siklenka will have to sit in the press box for the time being. Here are the lines for the Winnipeg Jets first game in almost 15 years:

Dustin Byfuglien - Nik Antropov - Johan Franzen
Evander Kane - Rich Peverley - Bryan Little
Niclas Bergfors - Todd White - Andrew Ladd
Ben Eager - Jim Slater - Michael Forney

Tobias Enstrom - Francois Beauchemin
Zach Bogosian - Ron Hainsey
Matt Carkner - Brent Sopel
Mike Siklenka

Ondrej Pavelec
Chris Mason
Chris Osgood

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Redwings capture their 3rd straight Stanley cup after taking out Buffalo 4-2 in the 2017/2018 season.

During the regular season Detroit finished as the President Trophy winners capture the best record in the league. They rolled through the 1st 2 rds of the playoffs winning in 4games and then 5 games. But in the Conferance Finals they were taking to 7 games by Columbus. But eventually the wings would knock the Bluejackets out and go on to win the cup.

2017/18 recap
Leading scorer: Tatar 80pts
Goals: Tatar 42
Assist: Smith 49

Full roster w/pt totals
Tatar: 42-38-80
Jurco: 35-38-74
Namestnikov: 26-40-66
Rollings(R): 22-39-61
Jarnkrok: 18-41-59
Smith: 6-49-55
Oshie: 20-34-54
Pominville: 31-15-46
Pulkkinen: 19-21-40
Emmerton: 11-23-34
Sproul: 2-27-29
N. Schultz: 3-24-27
Musil: 2-19-21
Abdelkader: 13-8-21
Almquist: 4-17-21
Mursak: 11-9-20
Blum: 1-19-20
Fournier: 3-15-18
Wannstrom: 1-10-11
Sheahan: 3-5-8

Jimmy Howard: 2.60gaa 51-25
Robin Lehner: 1.66gaa 3-3

Offseason:
the biggest move was the Wings decision not to bring back Jimmy Howard their top goal and regining MVP/Conn Smyth Winner. "it was a tough decision but based on his dollar amount (reported 9.5m) and his age we decided to go in another direction. We have 2 good young goalies in Lehner who preformed well in his limited action last season and Petr Mrazek who has really rising in the minors for us" Gm Holland said.

Other players leaving the wings:
Pominville
Schultz
Winnstrom
Clowe(played in Grand Rapids and saw 5 games during playoffs)

New faces to the Wings:
Taylor Hall was signed to a contract offer by the Wings. Hall sat out the entrie 2017/18 season in a contract dispute with the Oilers. The Wings sent him a offer that he accpeted and a week later the Oilers decided not the match.

Goligoski comes in and takes Schultz place in the line up.

After training camp and preseason games the wings annoucned their lineup


2018/19 lineup

Tatar(90)-Jarnkrok(92)-Hall(97)
Rollings(87)-Oshie(83)-Jurco(83)
Pulkkianen(73)-Emmerton(80)-Namstnikov(82)
Abdelkader(79)-Sheahan(79)-Mursak(78)
Ferraro(76)

Sproul(89)-Smith(90)
Blum(80)-Goligoski(81)
Musil(79)-Fournier(80)
R. Malhotra(79)rookie

Lehner(84)
Mrazek(83)

Lehner won the starting job over Mrazek but it was a close compeition. the team expects both goalies to play during the season, it could be a 50/50 split.

The current 2018/19 season the Wings are about 20 games in and Taylor Hall has proven to be a good addition leading the Wings with 15 goals. Detroit also picked up off waviers from Vancouver Jannik Hansen to give them alittle more depth up front. with the addition Mursak becomes the odd man out and sits in the press box during games. Ferraro was sent back to GR to get more playing time.

Wings will see if they can defend their title and win a 4th straight cup.

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2010-2011 Preseason Report
3-0-0 After 3 Games

Game 1 - Senators at Canadiens
Final Score: 3-2 Ottawa
The Senators opened their preseason against the Montreal Canadiens at the Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec. It was a close game, with the Senators taking 1-0 and 2-1 leads throughout the first 2 periods. Goals for the Sens came from Mike Fisher and Nick Foligno. The Habs' goals came from Brian Gionta and PK Subban. With 14.6 seconds left to play in the game, Jared Cowen scored the winning goal off a faceoff won by Jim O'Brien in the Habs zone. Robin Lehner stopped 16 of 18 shots to get the W.

Game 2 - Senators at Bruins
Final Score: 4-3 Ottawa (OT)
The Senators traveled to Boston to play the Bruins at the TD Garden in Boston, Mass. The Bruins had a stacked team compared to the Senators, with guys like Nathan Horton, Milan Lucic, Marc Savard, Zdeno Chara and Tim Thomas on the roster. The Sens started out the gate quickly though, with a goal from Mike Fisher 1:08 into the game. The Sens jumped out to a 2-0 lead shortly thereafter with a goal by Ryan Shannon. However, the Bruins scored twice before the period ended, with Nathan Horton and Milan Lucic getting the tallies. The second period went scoreless, though Tim Thomas made a couple of breakaway saves. In the third period, Marc Savard gave the Bruins the lead early. With just 4:09 left to play, Jared Cowen scored off a faceoff win from Jim O'Brien in the Bruins zone. The game went to OT, and, with 1:04 left in the OT period, rookie Adam Almqvist slapped home the winner off a faceoff from Tyler Johnson, giving the Sens a 4-3 win. Lehner again got the W, stopping 14 of 17 shots.

Game 3 - Senators vs Sabres
Final Score: 3-1 Ottawa
The Senators played their first home game of the preseason, facing off against the Buffalo Sabres at Scotiabank Place. However, this team would be hard to beat, as the Sabres had their full NHL Roster dressed, while the Sens only had 5 dressed. In the first period, the Sabres striked early, with Drew Stafford getting a goal 6 minutes in. However, on the power play, Mike Fisher scored off a Nick Foligno rebound with under a minute to go. The second period had no scoring, but Jared Cowen layed a monster hit on Derek Roy, injuring Roy in the process. Roy did not return to the game, and his status is unknown. In the 3rd period, the Sens took the lead 10 minutes in, with Bobby Butler scoring one of the best tip in goals of recent memory. Butler was checked in front of the net, and fell in front of Ryan Miller, and Tyler Johnson took a wrist shot, which went off Butlers stick and went top corner. After, Fisher added his secon to preserve the victory. Robin Lehner got the W, stopping 14 of 15 shots.

Here is the Sens lineup that has played in the preseason:

Nick Foligno - Mike Fisher - Ryan Shannon
Roman Wick - Jim O'Brien - Bobby Butler
Jakub Culek - Tyler Johnson - Erik Condra
Brett Catto - Zack Smith - Jason Bailey

Erik Karlsson - Chris Campoli
Jared Cowen - David Rundblad
Mikael Karlsson - Adam Almqvist

Robin Lehner
Brian Elliott
Pascal Leclaire

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2011-2012 Chicago Blackhawks : 59th NHL All-Star Game Report
Saturday, January 28, 2012 /// 9:04AM /// Chicago Tribune Exclusive --- Ottawa, Ontario

As captain of "Team Toews", C Jonathan Toews selects fellow teammates D Brent Seabrook and G Corey Crawford in the 2012 All-Star Fantasy Draft.


59th NHL All-Star Game --- TEAM TOEWS
[IMG]http://www.****************/images/logos/1/485/thumbs/bci3s6gfswg11a836tweylhrx.gif[/IMG]

#40 Henrik Zetterberg --- #19 Jonathan Toews (C) --- #61 Rick Nash
#15 Dany Heatley --- #10 Patrick Marleau (A) --- #73 Michael Ryder
#12 Simon Gagne --- #26 Paul Statsny --- #17 Jeff Carter
#57 David Perron --- #11 Saku Koivu (A) --- #27 Dustin Penner

#4 Jay Bouwmeester --- #7 Brent Seabrook (A)
#22 Paul Mara --- #53 Derek Morris
#23 Brett Lebda --- #6 Sami Salo

#50 Corey Crawford
#32 Niklas Backstrom



59th NHL All-Star Game --- TEAM ALFREDSSON
[IMG]http://www.****************/images/logos/1/485/thumbs/78n2mkycvk6glhush1c8kpetp.gif[/IMG]

#8 Alexander Ovechkin --- #87 Sidney Crosby (A) --- #10 Marian Gaborik
#17 Ilya Kovalchuk --- #4 Vincent Lecavalier (A) --- #11 Daniel Alfredsson (C)
#13 Mike Cammalleri --- #80 Nik Antropov --- #18 Nathan Horton
#29 Jason Pominville --- #14 Tomas Fleischmann --- #81 Phil Kessel

#2 Mark Streit --- #20 Chris Pronger (A)
#6 Tim Gleason --- #58 Kris Letang
#5 Daniel Girardi --- #73 Pavel Kubina

#29 Marc-Andre Fleury
#30 Henrik Lundqvist


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Ottawa Jets 2010-2011 Season Preview

*Before anyone asks, this team is made up of players from a Sens BAGM that is in the 2012-2013 season, me and my friend had a draft of all the players in the organization to make 2 teams and make BAGM's with them. Here's mine*

Nick Foligno (80) - Henrik Sedin (90) - Jannik Hansen (77)
Tyler Ennis (78) - Mike Fisher (83) - Gabriel Landeskog (64)
Roman Wick (77) - Zack Smith (75) - Bryan Cameron (69)
Chris Neil (81) - Joel Champagne (67) - Brandon Fransisco (61)

Erik Karlsson (79) - Jared Cowen (71)
Tyson Barrie (71) - Matt Carkner (80)
Ryan Murphy (61) - Adam Almqvist (69)

Cory Schneider (77)
Niklas Treutle (77)

As you can see, not the best team, but I will eventually develop them all into great players

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March 1st 2012 Toronto Ont.

Leafs and Pens in a Blockbuster Trade!

Brian Burke called a press conference today at 12:00 PM EST at the Air Canada Center and announced one of the biggest trades in the Leafs' history.


Brian Burke during the press conference

"Thank you for gathering on such short notice. As you could see our team is struggling to get into that 8th spot and time is running out. We have a month or so to change our game around. That's why I have pulled the trigger to this deal. I am sending Phil Kessel, Tim Connolly, Tanner Glass, and a 1st and 2nd round pick to Pittsburgh for Evgeni Malkin, Matt Cooke, and Kristopher Backlund."


Malkin arriving in Toronto

"I am very happy to play for Toronto. It is great city and I am happy." That's what Malkin told the press right when he landed in Pearson Airport Wednesday morning.



The superstar Center will most likely play with his long time friend, Nikolai Kulemin. And one of Lupul or Kostitsyen. "When i hear Geno is coming to Toronto I was so happy. We played together in the KHL and also for Russia." Malkin will most likely play in tomorrows game against Winnipeg in Toronto.



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Hey guys, with NHL 12 coming out soon, I'm looking for a team to do a BAGM with. After trying some lower tier teams, I am looking to start one with a team that is already a cup contender or at least a good team. Was thinking something like San Jose, Detroit, or Anaheim, but if anyone wants to see a team done, I am open to that too.

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Hey guys, with NHL 12 coming out soon, I'm looking for a team to do a BAGM with. After trying some lower tier teams, I am looking to start one with a team that is already a cup contender or at least a good team. Was thinking something like San Jose, Detroit, or Anaheim, but if anyone wants to see a team done, I am open to that too.
If you're doing it on NHL11, you should go with the Canadiens. I noticed they always had amazing stats and often won the cup in the first few years when I didn't play them... And when I'm playing them, I win it like 2 or 3 times in 5 years or so. Cammalleri, Gionta and Kostitsyn are amazing in this game.
Gionta often ends up with 35 goals and 70 points, Cammalleri might hit 100 points or just stays around 70, and Kostitsyn, if you play him on your first line, can become a 40-50 goal player. And Price is a machine.
Contenders in this game aren't really the same as in real life. However, Canucks are good too (Especially D. Sedin).

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If you're doing it on NHL11, you should go with the Canadiens. I noticed they always had amazing stats and often won the cup in the first few years when I didn't play them... And when I'm playing them, I win it like 2 or 3 times in 5 years or so. Cammalleri, Gionta and Kostitsyn are amazing in this game.
Gionta often ends up with 35 goals and 70 points, Cammalleri might hit 100 points or just stays around 70, and Kostitsyn, if you play him on your first line, can become a 40-50 goal player. And Price is a machine.
Contenders in this game aren't really the same as in real life. However, Canucks are good too (Especially D. Sedin).
I'm going to be doing it on NHL 12 when I get it, but the Canadiens do sound interesting. I'll take it in to consideration.

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Ottawa Jets 2011-2012 Season Preview

After Solid First Year, Great Draft, Jets Look Forward To Second Season

OTTAWA, ON. - The Ottawa Jets had a very solid first year in the National Hockey League, going 39-38-5, good for 10th in the Eastern Conference. What makes this record even better is the fact that the team was composed of 11 rookies, including 9 from the CHL. Also, the goalies (Cory Schneider and Niklas Treutle) were rookies as well. Overall, the team did very well, with leading point scorers Nick Foligno ( 28 goals and 64 points), Henrik Sedin (19 goals and 56 points), Kyle Turris ( 18 goals and 53 points), Ryan Howse (19 goals and 51 points), Tyler Ennis ( 20 goals and 47 points), and Mike Fisher ( 14 goals and 41 points) . The rookies were a mixed bag, with Howse leading all the team's rookies with 51 points. Overall, going into this season, expect the Jets to take a huge step forward with all their youngsters improving with the team.

At the 2011 NHL Entry Draft, the Jets had the 11th overall pick. However, they swung deals with the Minnesota Wild and the Edmonton Oilers and acquired the 2nd and 4th Overall picks. At 2nd, they drafted the best forward available in the draft in Matt Puempel. At 4th overall, the team selected the second best available forward in Sean Couturier. Then, with their own pick, they selected Shane McColgan. All 3 will spend the year in juniors, expecting to compete for roster spots next year.

Will post roster in a bit!!!

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Ottawa Jets 2011 - 2012 Roster

Nick Foligno (81) - Henrik Sedin (91) - Jannik Hansen (78)
Kyle Turris (81) - Mike Fisher (83) - Tyler Ennis (80)
Ryan Howse (73) - Zack Smith (76) - Gabriel Landeskog (68)
Brandon Fransisco (63) - Joel Champagne (67) - Chris Neil (81)

Erik Karlsson (81) - Jared Cowen (74)
Brandon Gormley (73) - Matt Carkner (80)
Tyson Barrie (72) - Adam Almqvist (70)

Cory Schneider (81)
Niklas Treutle (78)

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In my third and contract year as GM of the Rangers, we have won the stanley cup in 5 games against the Anaheim ducks. It was a great year for the team as we finished 4th in the eastern conference with a record of 47-30-5 and a career year from Marian Gaborik finishing the season with 59 goals and 50 assists. The Rangers made a big trade helping the team giving up Brad Richards and a 4th/7th round pick for Sidney Crosby who finished the season with 107 points.

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Art Ross - Marian Gaborik
Lady Byng - Sidney Crosby
Conn Smythe - Henrik Lundqvist
Vezina - Henrik Lundqvist
Ted Lindsay - Marian Gaborik
Maurice Richard- Marian Gaborik

2013-2014 Lineup

Zach Parise (91) - Sidney Crosby (97) - Marian Gaborik (91)
Wojtek Wolski (84) - Artem Anisimov (83) - Ryan Callahan (83)
Alexander Frolov (84) - Ryan Nugent-Hopkins (77)- Jarroc Barta (78)
Evgeny Grachev (79) - Mike Rupp (78) - Mats Zuccarello (76)

Dan Girardi (80) - Marc Staal (89)
Pavel Valentenko (78) - Adam Larsson (79)
Dylan Mcilrath (76) - Ryan Mcdonagh (76)

Henrik Lundqvist (90)
Chad Johnson (79)

also have matt puempel and sean couturier in juniors/ahl

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Ottawa Jets 2011 - 2012 Roster

Nick Foligno (81) - Henrik Sedin (91) - Jannik Hansen (78)
Kyle Turris (81) - Mike Fisher (83) - Tyler Ennis (80)
Ryan Howse (73) - Zack Smith (76) - Gabriel Landeskog (68)
Brandon Fransisco (63) - Joel Champagne (67) - Chris Neil (81)

Erik Karlsson (81) - Jared Cowen (74)
Brandon Gormley (73) - Matt Carkner (80)
Tyson Barrie (72) - Adam Almqvist (70)

Cory Schneider (81)
Niklas Treutle (78)

That was then. Now, the 2014-2015 roster:

Kyle Turris (87) - Henrik Sedin (91) - Tyler Ennis (87)
Nick Foligno (81) - Mike Fisher (83) - Jannik Hansen (78)
Nicklas Seidenberg (79) - Zack Smith (79) - Gabriel Landeskog (71)
Brandon Fransisco (71) - Joel Champagne (68) - UNFILLED AS OF NOW

Jared Cowen (84) - Erik Karlsson (86)
Brandon Gormley (84) - Ryan Murphy (78)
Tyson Barrie (75) - Adam Almqvist (71)

Louis Dominigue (86)
Miikka Kiprusoff (82) <-- 1 year stopgap incase one of them falters
Robin Lehner (72)

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after winning the cup in the 2015/2016 season, the rangers almost repeated as cup champions but lost in game 7 of the finals to Anaheim. It was a good year for the wolfpack though as they won the calder cup.


2017-2018 Lineup


Alex Frolov (87) - Sidney Crosby (99) - Marian Gaborik (92)
Wojtek Wolski (87) - Ryan Nugent-Hopkins (85) - Jarrod Barta (87)
Matt Puempel (84) - Artem Anisimov (85) - Ryan Callahan (85)
Sean Couturier (80) - Fredrik Vikingstad (79) - Evgeny Grachev (80)

Dylan Mcilrath (85) - Adam Larsson (90)
Dan Girardi (82) - Jacob Ringuette (84)
David Musil (77) - Pavel Valentenko (81)

Jonathan Bernier (91)
Ilya Bryzgalov (82)

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Hey guys, with NHL 12 around the corner I'm not going to do any elaborate posts. As you know I've been doing a BAGM with a created team (Halifax Whalers) which started with only using players from the European leagues. I am now in the 2021-2022 season and just figured I would give an update on what's going on. Here is the roster as of now, blue players are original players/my own draft picks, yellow players were received via trade and green players are free agent signings. For players that I've drafted I will give the round/pick and the draft year:

Evander Kane (96) Alexander Burmistrov (94) Nail Yakupov (97 - 1/1 2012)

Sven Bartschi (87 -1/24 2011) Richard Hemsky (86) Jacob Baker (87)

Egor Omelyanenko (83) Matia Marcantuoni (85 - 1/23 2012) Brad Tee (79 - 1/21 2017)

Dean Szumielak (79 - 2/55 2015) Tony Laich (78 - 2/54 2017) Nicklas Jensen (79 - 3/84 2011)


Igor Radulov (84) Nick Ebert (95 - 1/2 2012)

Marian Olvecky (80) Brian Vigilante (84 - 1/30 2016)

Mike Marshall (77 - 2/60 2018) Clarence Osbourne (78 - 1/25 2019)


Michel Brisebois (83)

Cameron Stortini (81)


As you can see most of my roster players are my own draft picks and Burmistrov and Kane were first year free agent signings. Most of my trades are for draft picks so thats why there are no yellow players. My one big trade was moving Michael Grabner straight up for Drew Doughty. However I couldn't afford to keep Doughty so he was moved for picks at the next deadline. The team is ALOT of fun to play with. My mentality is speed and offence up front with size on the blue line. A few notes of interest:

-My defenceman are all over 6' with Vigilante (6'8", 226 lbs) and Marshall (6'9", 231 lbs) being the biggest.

- Yakupov is a stud. In 735 GP he has 287G 715PTS. He also comes up HUGE in the playoffs with 137GP, 83G 165PTS.

- Burmistrov and Kane are both over a PPG for their careers.

- Couple exciting prospects coming up right now
* LW Warren Spezza 76 overall (A-, B-, A-), 22 years old, 1/18 2018: had 67 points in first AHL season
* RW Cameron Conner 70 overall (B-, B, A-), 19 years old, 1/2 2021
* RW Nathaniel Booth 78 overall (A, C, C), 20 years old, 1/21 2020
* D Warren Darby 71 overall (A-, B-, C), 20 years old, 1/30 2020

- Team has made the playoffs ever year since 2010 with:
* 5 first round exits
* 1 second round exit
* 5 Stanley Cups (including 4 straight up to this season)

- Best team record so far was in 2018 where we went 54-22-6 for 114 points. Ended up winning teams 3rd Cup.

- Worst team record so far was in 2017 where we went 43-35-4 for 90 points. Ended up winning teams 2nd Cup.

Thats my BAGM so far in a nutshell. I'm going to continue it until NHL 12 comes out and maybe longer because I'm enjoying it so much. Any questions feel free to ask.

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so, i traded for the first overall pick from vancouver and found a player listed as franchise, its a center that started off as a 84 overall lol

just found another franchise player 2 years after, this is a right wing, 87 overall, 19 yrs old, the center was 20


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If a player is labelled as "franchise", will it say it where it says Top 5 or Top 10?

I drafted a winger, and right out of the draft, he was:
80 overall, B potential

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If a player is labelled as "franchise", will it say it where it says Top 5 or Top 10?

I drafted a winger, and right out of the draft, he was:
80 overall, B potential
yeah. instead of saying Top 5 for example It'll say Franchise.

I just drafted my first franchise projected player in 2019 I think. A huge defense men Howard Fritz @ 85 ov.

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