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11-02-2012, 05:35 PM
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Hey guys now that I'm more familiar with this years GM mode I was thinking of doing some posts on a new one, SO I wanted to ask you guys who should I choose:

New Jersey or Phoenix

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If I were to create a new team then replace another team for a GM mode with my new team, could I also replace the original team's AHL affiliate with another create team? Or can only NHL team be replaced with creating teams? Don't know if this makes sense but if anyone knows the answer it would be much appreciated

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11-02-2012, 06:31 PM
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Anyone know or have experience successfully developing high potential, low OVR prospects? I recently drafted a 4.5* 57 OVR goalie. And he's from Europe, so I can't send him back to junior. Is it better to sign him and let him get like, 2 starts in the AHL behind Visentin? Or should I leave him unsigned for the season and hope he's usable next year?
Well rules would regulate you don't have to sign him for 3 years, so I'm pretty sure he can remain unsigned for the season. You can see him in your contracts screen, under "in the system" giving him only a few starts in the AHL may hinder his potential, and you're starting off with a lower overall as well.

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11-02-2012, 07:03 PM
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Unsigned European players play with their original team, so if you draft a goalie playing in the SEL for Brynas and don't sign him, he will play for Brynas until you do. I've tried it on my 3rd overall pick a few years back and he went up 10 overalls with no contract.

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11-02-2012, 08:25 PM
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Are there any good players in the 1st draft in the 2nd round? I dont have a 1st round pick this year.

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Are there any good players in the 1st draft in the 2nd round? I dont have a 1st round pick this year.
take Karlsson in the 2nd he is 20 I believe and becomes 82 in a couple of seasons.

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11-02-2012, 09:28 PM
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Unsigned European players play with their original team, so if you draft a goalie playing in the SEL for Brynas and don't sign him, he will play for Brynas until you do. I've tried it on my 3rd overall pick a few years back and he went up 10 overalls with no contract.
Is that the same if they are say 18 and play in the chl

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11-02-2012, 09:46 PM
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Unsigned European players play with their original team, so if you draft a goalie playing in the SEL for Brynas and don't sign him, he will play for Brynas until you do. I've tried it on my 3rd overall pick a few years back and he went up 10 overalls with no contract.
Duuuuude sweet thanks. I didn't know if leaving him unsigned would hinder his potential, good to know it won't

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Is that the same if they are say 18 and play in the chl
Yessir it is.

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Despite a strong 11-0-1 finish to the 2015/2016 season that vaulted the Leafs to 4th in the East, Toronto ultimately bowed out to the Buffalo Sabres in the first round of the playoffs, dropping the series 4-1. It was the 4th straight season that the Northeast Division rivals met in the playoffs, with Toronto winning two of the previous three run-ins (12/13, 14/15).

But with that said and done and a new Stanley Cup champion crowned, the focus shifts towards the upcoming NHL season. Brendan Smith and Jon-Michael Liles found themselves on the short end of the stick this summer as Liles left the city via free agency, while Smith will find himself down with the Marlies to begin this year. Taking their places are veteran Chris Butler and rookie Jesse Blacker.

Up front, the changes are sparse. Deadline acquisition Jakub Voracek will make his return to the Leafs lineup after re-signing with Toronto this past summer. He'll play on the wing with Mikhail Grabovski and long-awaited rookie Hunter Shinkaruk (drafted 2nd overall in 2012, via Anaheim's 1st round pick). The 3rd and final rookie to make their NHL debut this season wearing the blue and white is Brad Ross who will mainly find time on Toronto's 4th line with Jay McClement and Matt Frattin.

However the biggest surprise in Toronto's hockey scene this year will be found with the Marlies. Coming off a 10th place finish in the West last season, the makeup of Toronto's AHL affiliate has changed. The biggest change will be found between the pipes as Eric Comrie and Adam Oulahen will take the reins as the Marlies goaltending duo with a collective 13 games of professional experience under their belts.

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P. Kessel - N. Kadri (81) - J. van Riemsdyk
H. Shinkaruk (70) - M. Grabovski - J. Voracek
R. Clowe - M. Fisher - N. Kulemin
B. Ross - J. McClement - M. Frattin

D. Phaneuf - J. Gardiner
C. Franson - J. Blacker (77)
J. Kindl - C. Butler

J. Reimer
J. Hudacek

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N. Deschamps - M. Grigorenko (72) - N. Gundersen (59)
J. D'Amigo - N. Mackinnon (69) - C. Ashton
R. Hamilton - K. Ericsson (61) - M. Forney
W. Acton - S. Laughton - G. Scott

T. Virkunnen (64) - B. Smith
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11-03-2012, 06:22 AM
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I got a nice steal in 2015 Draft, a 77 overall rw sniper, in the 2nd round.
All his shots stats were 85+

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11-03-2012, 09:20 AM
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take Karlsson in the 2nd he is 20 I believe and becomes 82 in a couple of seasons.
Awesome, thanks

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I got a nice steal in 2015 Draft, a 77 overall rw sniper, in the 2nd round.
All his shots stats were 85+
That is quite the steal... Age and potential?

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11-03-2012, 10:56 AM
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Devils announce Lamoriello has stepped down to become assistant GM of newly appointed GM Murray


Pictured here is Lamoriello giving his closing press conference

Lou Lamoriello stated yesterday in a press conference that he would be, "stepping down as General Manager of the New Jersey Devils and would become an advisor to the newly appointed Dan Murray." Lamoriello served 25 years as General Manager of the Devils and has led the team to 5 Stanley Cup Finals, while winning three cups out of those. Lamoriello also told us that he is happy that he could find such a suitable replacement for him and remarked, "I think the Devils are in good hands with Dan."

Dan Murray, an experienced OHL GM, is leaving a job as GM of the Plymouth Whalers who had an astounding season last year with a 47-18-3 record one of the best in years for the team. Murray won't be coming into the Devils completely blind as he has met and knows fondly Devils goalie prospect Scott Wedgewood who played on the Whalers last season. Scott is also on the top three questions Murray told us he would deal with first.

"What should happen with the team losing Captain Parise?"
"Well I have been looking at some possible options but the problem is you can't duplicate Parise's talent. The guys on the team are just going to have to step up their game and play a better game every night."

"Will Scott Wedgewood be ready in two years when Hedberg and Brodeur's contracts expire?"
"Time will tell. That's all I can say at the moment on Brodeur.

"Will Kovalchuk step up in his new role as captain?"
"He was a good captain in Atlanta and I think he will be good here in New Jersey also."

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Ive found european overagers can become decent players, I wouldnt touch an overage CHL player though in the first few years.

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David Poile Steps Down as Preds GM



With the franchise under a new manager, could Shea Weber be on his way out soon?

In a somewhat surprising move, Preds GM David Poile stepped down from his job on Friday night, saying that "he couldn't handle the job anymore". The organization fixed this problem rather quickly, hiring Deku Scrub to a three-year contract to take over as general manager. Here's a couple tidbits from his first interview:

"This team has been considered a Cup contender for the past few years, but hasn't been able to perform." said new GM Deku Scrub. "I promise our fans, and the city of Nashville, that I will turn this franchise into a winner."

When asked about team captain Shea Weber, here's what he had to say: "Well... I'll have to talk with him; see if he wants to stay here. I can't really comment much on this now, but it is possible that you'll see a move in the near future."

Here is the Nashville Predators 2012-13 starting lineup:

A. Kostitsyn (83) - Legwand (83) - Erat (83)
Kostitsyn (81) - Fisher (82) - Hornqvist (82)
Smith (79) - Wilson (80) - Spaling (78)
Halischuk (77) - Gaustad (77) - Yip (75)

Blum (81) - Weber (90)
Hannan (81) - Gill (80)
Josi (73) - Klein (78)

Rinne (89)
Mason (72)


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That is quite the steal... Age and potential?
18 years old and 3.5 stars, medium (yellow) potential.
Only problem with him is that he is not the fastest skater (77-78, Speed, Acceleration and Agility.)

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18 years old and 3.5 stars, medium (yellow) potential.
Only problem with him is that he is not the fastest skater (77-78, Speed, Acceleration and Agility.)
Are you signing him right away? And if you do what line are you putting him on?

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Predators Lose in Seven Games to San Jose



Sharks forward Dominic Moore looks for a rebound in front of Pekka Rinne.


The Nashville Predators do not really look like a great team on paper. They did, however, outperform expectations and clinch the eighth and final playoff spot in the Western Conference. Many critics believe that Shea Weber's heart is not in Nashville anymore, though. The captain finished the season with only 32 points and a -12 rating. A few of Nashville's skaters had breakout years. Sergei Kostitsyn hit 59 points for the first time in his career, Colin Wilson scored 50 points, and Jonathan Blum had 40 points on the point.

Things were looking good for the Preds in the playoffs. They started off their first series against the Sharks by winning the first three games. However, the Sharks pulled off a miracle comeback, and defeated the Preds in seven games. The Sharks went on to lose in the Stanley Cup Finals to the New York Rangers.

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If I were to create a new team then replace another team for a GM mode with my new team, could I also replace the original team's AHL affiliate with another create team? Or can only NHL team be replaced with creating teams? Don't know if this makes sense but if anyone knows the answer it would be much appreciated
No, I believe that only the NHL team can be replaced. You're stuck with the existing AHL affiliate.

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Breaking News: Shea Weber Traded to Winnipeg


Meet the two newest members of the Nashville Predators: defenseman Zach Bogosian (left) and forward Evander Kane (right).

It was a tough decision for GM Deku Scrub, but it has finally happened. Shea Weber has been traded from Nashville as part of a package to Winnipeg. The Preds sent Shea Weber, Andrei Kostitsyn, Michael Latta, and Hal Gill in return for Evander Kane and Zack Bogosian.

The team has not chosen a new captain yet, and will head into the season without one. Martin Erat, Zach Bogosian and Evander Kane will all have A's on their sweaters.

2013-14 Lineup
Kane (87) - Wilson (81) - Hornqvist (82)
S. Kostitsyn (81) - Legwand (82) - Erat (82)
Spaling (80) - Smith (80) - Halischuk (80)
Bourque (74) - Gaustad (76) - Fisher (81)

Blum (85) - Bogosian (86)
Josi (81) - Ellis (81)
Hannan (80) - Laakso (79)

Rinne (89)
Engren (77)

Top Prospects
C Morgan Klimchuk (18, 55 overall, 4 yellow stars)
RW Tobias Rieder (20, 63 overall, 4 yellow stars)
RW Colton Sissons (19, 58 overall, 4 yellow stars)
D Martin Gernat (20, 60 overall, 4 yellow stars)
C Austin Watson (21, 69 overall, 3.5 yellow stars)


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11-03-2012, 04:21 PM
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My new team: GM Connected btw
Sharp(87)-Couture(85)-Getzlaf(88)
Clarkson(81)-Cammalleri(85)-Alfredsson(84)
Jones(79)-Eller(80)-Larose(80)
Nyquist(75)-Smith(76)-Moss(78)

Defense:
Edler(88)-Karlsson(86)
Martin(85)-Gilbert(83)
Hannan(81)-Fistric(80)

Goalies:
Gibson(61)
Emery(76)
Garon(77)

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11-03-2012, 07:29 PM
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My new team: GM Connected btw
Sharp(87)-Couture(85)-Getzlaf(88)
Clarkson(81)-Cammalleri(85)-Alfredsson(84)
Jones(79)-Eller(80)-Larose(80)
Nyquist(75)-Smith(76)-Moss(78)

Defense:
Edler(88)-Karlsson(86)
Martin(85)-Gilbert(83)
Hannan(81)-Fistric(80)

Goalies:
Gibson(61)
Emery(76)
Garon(77)
Just traded Sharp for Van Riemsdyk!!

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Just traded Sharp for Van Riemsdyk!!
Niiice. JvR maxes out around 89 an should hit that in his 2nd/3rd season.

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finished first season with Kings.i was 7th in west and lost to Sharks in 7 games.lineup was this:

Carter86-Rivhards87-St.Louis87
Brown84-Kopitar86-Williams83
Nyquist75-Ribeiro82-Penner80
Clifford74-Stoll83-Fraser75

Shattenkirk84-Doughty87
Martinez77-Voynov78
Greene82-Mitchell81

Quick90
Bernier80

i have Calgarys 1st overall pick in the upcoming draft.who should i draft?Murray?Shinkaruk?Jakupov?

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