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11-07-2012, 11:21 AM
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Replaced the Coyotes with the Seattle Seals and made a bunch of trades. Took me forever and haven't played a game yet (edited rosters):

Vermette (80) - Couture (83) - Vrbata (84)
Boedker (78) - Ribiero (82) - C. Stewart (80)
Darche (72) - Gordon (75) - Fehr (74)
A. Murray (70) - Arnott (74) - N. Johnson (69)
Barch (67)

OEL (83) - Michalek (82)
Stuart (78) - Visnovsky (82)
Lashoff (73) - Stone (71)
Holzer (70)

Smith (85)
LaBarbera (77)

Couture was very hard to get, over-paid, but needed him. Ribiero and Visnovsky were surprisingly easy to get and I needed some veteran depth.

Top prospects are: D Brandon Gormley, C Victor Rask, R Henrik Samuelsson, David Rundblad, G Mark Visentin, C Riley Sheahan, C Brandon Pirri, D Michael Stone and R Chris Brown.

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11-07-2012, 01:58 PM
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Playing with Chicago Blackhawks. I have played 63 games with record 33-25-5.

My configuration
Attack
Marian Hossa (63gp 19+24, +6) - Patrick Sharp (63gp, 18+15, +30) - Jarome Iginla (63gp, 17+17, +20)
Patrick Kane (61gp, 18+11, +10) - Jonathan Toews (63gp, 13+15, +3) - Jaromir Jagr (53gp, 13+13, -6
Bryan Bickell (63gp, 5+5, +3) - Dave Bolland (63gp, 11+14, +16) - Viktor Stalberg (63gp, 9+7, +11)
Daniel Carcillo (45gp, 3+2, +1) - Marcus Kruger (63gp, 4+5, -3) - Andrew Shaw (19gp, 0+0, -2)

Andrew Brunette (53gp, 5+8, +1)

Defense
Niklas Hjalmarsson (63gp, 4+7, +9) - Steve Montador (63gp, 2+6, +20)
Duncan Keith (63gp, 8+19, +26) - Brent Seabrook (63gp, 3+14, +18)
Dylan Olsen (11gp, 0+1, 0) - Nick Leddy (63gp 3+10, +3)

Sheldon Souray (20gp, 1+1, +1)
Christopher Tanev (31gp, 0+3, -5)

Goalkeepers
Corey Crawford (GAA 2,03, SVS% 90,60)
Ray Emery (0gp)

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11-07-2012, 05:37 PM
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Playing with Chicago Blackhawks. I have played 63 games with record 33-25-5.

My configuration
Attack
Marian Hossa (63gp 19+24, +6) - Patrick Sharp (63gp, 18+15, +30) - Jarome Iginla (63gp, 17+17, +20)
Patrick Kane (61gp, 18+11, +10) - Jonathan Toews (63gp, 13+15, +3) - Jaromir Jagr (53gp, 13+13, -6
Bryan Bickell (63gp, 5+5, +3) - Dave Bolland (63gp, 11+14, +16) - Viktor Stalberg (63gp, 9+7, +11)
Daniel Carcillo (45gp, 3+2, +1) - Marcus Kruger (63gp, 4+5, -3) - Andrew Shaw (19gp, 0+0, -2)

Andrew Brunette (53gp, 5+8, +1)

Defense
Niklas Hjalmarsson (63gp, 4+7, +9) - Steve Montador (63gp, 2+6, +20)
Duncan Keith (63gp, 8+19, +26) - Brent Seabrook (63gp, 3+14, +18)
Dylan Olsen (11gp, 0+1, 0) - Nick Leddy (63gp 3+10, +3)

Sheldon Souray (20gp, 1+1, +1)
Christopher Tanev (31gp, 0+3, -5)

Goalkeepers
Corey Crawford (GAA 2,03, SVS% 90,60)
Ray Emery (0gp)
Why would you play Toews and Kane on the 2nd line? You know that will make their overalls drop from 1-3... Same with Keith and Seabrook.

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11-07-2012, 05:49 PM
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Why would you play Toews and Kane on the 2nd line? You know that will make their overalls drop from 1-3... Same with Keith and Seabrook.
Because you can't have a 4 person 1st line, and playing them together would be better for keeping them high overall than playing them and having them get less points and worst stats.

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11-07-2012, 06:34 PM
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2015-16 Season 55-21-6
Eberle (87) - H. Sedin (90) - Yakupov (92)
Hall (87) - Nugent-Hopkins (85) - Mackinnon (80)
Smith (81) - Stoll (81) - Paajarvi (83)
Wilson (75) - Jones (78) - Holloway (79)

Murray (88) - Pulock (87)
Whitney (85) - Ekman-Larsson (84)
N. Shultz (83) - Hamilton (83)

Brodeur (87) 43 years old - Gibson (84) Splitting Time

Mackinnon led the team in points which was quite the suprise.

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11-07-2012, 07:42 PM
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2012-2013
Red Wings RosterNyquist (83)- Datsyuk (95)- Brunner (80)
Filppula (84)- Zetterberg (89)- Franzen (84)
Tatar (79)- Helm (81)- Samuelsson (81)
Bertuzzi (79)- Abdelkader (78)- Cleary (80)
Emmerton (73)- Tootoo (77)

Kronwall (88)- White (84)
Smith (81)- Quincey (82)
Ericsson (81)- Coliacovo (82)
Kindl (77)

Howard (85)
Gustavsson (75)


Red Wings Stats 5-3-1
SkatersGPGoalsAssistsPointsPIM+/-
Henrik Zetterberg95272-3
Valteri Filppula91670-1
Tomas Tatar93142E
Gustav Nyquist91340-3
Pavel Datsyuk90442E
Damien Brunner93030-2
Jonathon Ericsson903314E
Daniel Cleary62020+1
Justin Abdelkader91124+2
Mikael Samuelsson41122+1
Kyle Quincey911212+2
Carlo Coliacovo90220-2
Brendan Smith90228-1
Johan Franzen51010-1
Darren Helm90114+2
Jordin Tootoo50110E
Jakub Kindl70114E
Ian White20110-1
Niklas Kronwall90009E
Todd Bertuzzi90006E
Cory Emmerton40000E
Joakim Andersson30000E
GoaliesGPWinsLossesOTLGAASV%
Jimmy Howard74111.23.955
Jonas Gustavsson31202.75.899


We're doing ok win losses wise, but we're not producing goals enough. Relying to much on Howard who won't be able to keep it up all season unfortunately. Defense needs to help a bit with production and Datsyuk and Franzen need to get their game together. Solid defensively, but we need goals to win as well.

Griffins RosterPulkkinen (71)- Jarnkrok (77)- Pare (72)
Jurco (71)- Andersson (71)- Ferraro (71)
Hogan (71)- Sheahan (71)- Parkes (71)
Grant (68)- Aubry (70)- Callahan (64)
Glendening (64)- Coetzee (64)

Billins (72)- Paetsch (74)
Lashoff (71)- Evans (71)
Backman (68)- Almqvist (68)
Nicastro (68)

Mrazek (69)
McCollum (66)
Pearce (62)


Griffins Stats 5-2
SkatersGPGoalsAssistsPointsPIM+/-
Chad Billins71782-1
Adam Almqvist70880+8
Calle Jarnkrok73472+2
Francis Pare73360+1
Teemu Pulkkinen715616+2
Tomas Jurco71560E
Mitch Callahan73257+3
Trevor Parkes72355+3
Landon Ferraro73145+4
Louis-Marc Aubry72130+5
Jeff Hogan72130E
Riley Sheahan71232+2
Triston Grant71232+3
Joakim Andersson42022E
Willie Coetzee31120+1
Mattias Backman71012+3
Brian Lashoff60112+5
Brennan Evans710118+4
Max Nicastro10006E
Nathan Paetsch70007-1
Luke Glendening00000E
GoaliesGPWinsLossesOTLGAASV%
Petr Mrazek54101.81.925
Tomas McCollum21103.00.895


Not much bad to say about this team. Rookie goalie Mrazek is doing amazing. By far Billins and Almqvist are the best two players so far. Almqvist keeps this up he'll be put in the 2nd pairing and maybe even 1st PP unit. So far I'm happy with the Griffins.
2013-2014 off season

Roster before free agency, may try something new (spread out the talent). I will try to post the signings and everything in my next post.
I'm set on defense and think I will be for my career because of my AHL team. Forwards, I may make a trade involving Bertuzzi and Samuelsson and hopefully get a better 3rd liner in return, maybe an aging one, I don't care. Maybe drop Helm to the 4th line and have a full scoring 3rd line for Jarnkroks development. I guess we'll find out soon. I'm open to suggestions, but keep in mind I try to keep it as realistic as possible.

Nyquist (84)- Filppula (84)- Zetterberg (89)
Tatar (80)- Datsyuk (95)- Franzen (84)
Helm (81)- Jarnkrok (79)- Samuelsson (81)
Abdelkader (77)- Emmerton (79)- Andersson (76)
Tootoo (75)- Bertuzzi (79)


Kronwall (88)- Smith (84)
Quincey (84)- White (84)
Ericsson (81)- Coliacovo (82)
Kindl (77)

Howard (85)
Gustavsson (75)


Also Marchenko (70) and Jensen (68) will be in the AHL next season. I have 10 defensemen signed for the AHL, may be making a trade or just rotating the bottom pair or something. We'll have a very young defense with Billins, Almqvist, Ouellet, Sproul, Jensen, Nicastro, Marchenko, Lashoff, Backman, and Nedomlel (maybe another), plus whatever the Griffins sign.

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11-07-2012, 08:10 PM
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Yakupov and Mackinnon got screwed out of the Calder, 70+ points each Mikael Granlund took Mackinnon's away and Nyquist took away Yakupov.

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11-07-2012, 09:04 PM
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Could I get some input on a trade offer regarding Pierre Alexander Parentau? I'm in my 1st year on gm connected as the Wings, and was offered him for Franzen straight up. My top 2 lines currently:

Kovalchuk-Datsyuk-Bertuzzi
Zetterberg-Filpulla-Franzen

I'd be sacrificing some size and physicality by trading Franzen away, but I would be getting a better skater. How does Parentau look in NHL13?

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11-08-2012, 07:17 AM
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Could I get some input on a trade offer regarding Pierre Alexander Parentau? I'm in my 1st year on gm connected as the Wings, and was offered him for Franzen straight up. My top 2 lines currently:

Kovalchuk-Datsyuk-Bertuzzi
Zetterberg-Filpulla-Franzen

I'd be sacrificing some size and physicality by trading Franzen away, but I would be getting a better skater. How does Parentau look in NHL13?
I would try to get him to add a 3rd round pick then do it.

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11-08-2012, 08:47 AM
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Traded Chris Stewart and Andy Greene for Bobby Ryan as his trade value had dropped dramatically, 'cause he has had couple bad season with the Ducks. His overall is 85 when he is 27 years, but has 4,5 stars. I hope that I can turn his career around. One reason for the trade was also the fact that I lost Kovalchuk for 4 weeks when he got a concussion.

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Traded Chris Stewart and Andy Greene for Bobby Ryan as his trade value had dropped dramatically, 'cause he has had couple bad season with the Ducks. His overall is 85 when he is 27 years, but has 4,5 stars. I hope that I can turn his career around. One reason for the trade was also the fact that I lost Kovalchuk for 4 weeks when he got a concussion.
Bobby Ryan wasn't very productive for me while simming, but when I'm playing games he's lights out for me. I finally turned his production around by putting another PWF as his center, and a playmaking LW on his opposite wing. He's around a PPG through the current season I'm in.

Also, setting the attack strategy for his line to "Crash the Net" bumped his stats by about 20%.

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2015-16 Season 55-21-6
Eberle (87) - H. Sedin (90) - Yakupov (92)
Hall (87) - Nugent-Hopkins (85) - Mackinnon (80)
Smith (81) - Stoll (81) - Paajarvi (83)
Wilson (75) - Jones (78) - Holloway (79)

Murray (88) - Pulock (87)
Whitney (85) - Ekman-Larsson (84)
N. Shultz (83) - Hamilton (83)

Brodeur (87) 43 years old - Gibson (84) Splitting Time

Mackinnon led the team in points which was quite the suprise.
Man, how did MacKinnon get so good? I'm in 2018-19 and he's still a 69 5* POT =/

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Traded Chris Stewart and Andy Greene for Bobby Ryan as his trade value had dropped dramatically, 'cause he has had couple bad season with the Ducks. His overall is 85 when he is 27 years, but has 4,5 stars. I hope that I can turn his career around. One reason for the trade was also the fact that I lost Kovalchuk for 4 weeks when he got a concussion.
I haven't had much luck with Ryan either..

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11-08-2012, 11:52 AM
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Man, how did MacKinnon get so good? I'm in 2018-19 and he's still a 69 5* POT =/
No clue, it might be because I got always do assistant coach first off. Mine is also a 5 star and so is my Yakupov. If he isn't developing than trade him away for someone else.

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11-08-2012, 12:24 PM
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Haven't played my Dynasty much as I've been playing GM Connected... but here's an update.

2017-18 Oilers Season

49-21-2, 1st in West, 2nd in League

Lost in first round of Playoffs to PHX Coyotes who went on to win the Cup for the second year straight (with Mike Smith winning Conn Smythe second year straight - this guy just goes beast mode in playoffs!).

Top Scorers:

Jordan Eberle (36G, 60A, 96P) - Eberle had a huge breakout season (having never topped 78 points before) winning the Art Ross trophy with 96 points and leading the Oilers in scoring by a fair margin. Eberle went absolutely beast mode in the last 6 games of the season - get this, I'm simming and my leading goal scorer is Hall with 26 goals. So naturally, Eberle can't have more than 26. I finish simming the last 6 games of the season and Eberle finishes with 36 goals. So he scored at least 10 goals in the final 6 games, and that's assuming he was at 26 goals (could very well have been under 25).

RNH (24G, 60A, 84P) - Returned to above point per game levels.

Yakupov (25G, 46A, 71P)

Malcolm Subban finished with a 2.00 GAA and .934 SV% to win the Ted Lindsay and Vezina for the second straight year.

Off-season Notes and Acquistions:

RNH bumped up to a 90 OVR, as did Eberle and Morissey.

MacKinnon has been frustrating as hell - finally got him up to a 71 after all these years, then struggled on the top line in the AHL. Demoted him to second line where he thrived, and he dropped back to 69. Ugh. Still 5* but this guy just isn't developing.

Hall had a second brutal year posting only 26 goals and 29A for 55 points despite playing top line and top PP with Eberle and RNH who both had impressive years. Bartschi also struggled yet again posting similiar totals.

Due to Hall's lackluster play in the past two seasons, Oilers management decided it was time for some changes. They shipped out Hall, a 4* prospect, and a 2nd for Jamie Benn who will be the new 1st line Center.

With Sam Reinhart's Development it was time to move Jordan Staal out. He's been huge for my team, leading the Oil in +/- most years while putting up 50+ points year in year out as the 2nd line center. Tough to move him, especially for so little (Staal + 2nd for a 4.5* 70 OVR prospect), but Reinhart needed more minutes and I can't justify $6M on a 3rd line center, especially with several other C in the pipeline.

Callahan asked for a big pay raise so I shipped him off for Chris Stewart.

Start of 2018-2019 Season

Benn (88) - RNH (90) - Eberle (90)
Bartschi (85) - Reinhart (83) - Yakupov (84)
MPS (81) - Lazar (83) - Stewart (82)
Jeffrey (78) - Dubinsky (83) - Keller (81)

Morissey (90) - Ekblad (87)
Petry (86) - Reinhart (86)
Schultz (82) - Leddy (80)

Subban (86)
Bunz (83)

Minors:

MacKinnon (69 OVR, 5*)
Rask (79 OVR, 4*)
Loffey (70 OVR, 4.5*)
Dumba (71 OVR, 4*)
Hamilton (72 OVR, 4*)
Ristolainen (70 OVR, 3.5*)
Murphy (70 OVR, 2.5*)
Foote (81 OVR, 3.5*)
Galchenyuk (68 OVR, 2.5*)

Also interesting note: Huberdeau was a free agent this year, and apparently Florida misdeveloped the hell out of him. 73 OVR 3*...

Have such a logjam at C. Before the off-season I had:

RNH (90, 4* gold)
Staal (85, 4* white)
Reinhart (83, 4.5* gold)
Dubinsky (83, 3.5* white)
Lazar (83, 4.5* red)
Rask (79, 4* gold)
MacKinnon (71 OVR, 5* gold)

Traded away Staal for scraps to make room for Lazar and since he's red I'd really like to get him in a top 6 role but have no room. Rask will be ready for big time next year too and maybe MacKinnon sometime.

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11-08-2012, 12:26 PM
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No clue, it might be because I got always do assistant coach first off. Mine is also a 5 star and so is my Yakupov. If he isn't developing than trade him away for someone else.
His trade value is so low =/

Yakupov had a year where he scored 40G and 84 points and increased to an 86 OVR and since then he's dropped to an 84 OVR and has seen his point totals decrease every year.

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Because you can't have a 4 person 1st line, and playing them together would be better for keeping them high overall than playing them and having them get less points and worst stats.
Yeah but Toews and Kane are younger than Hossa and Sharp, and can still get better overall wise, playing them on the 2nd line cuts their points in half and will probably make them decrease. He should have put Kane-Toews-Sharp since they are all young and Hossa on the 2nd line since he is aging and has hit his maximum overall.

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Man, how did MacKinnon get so good? I'm in 2018-19 and he's still a 69 5* POT =/
My Mackinnon hit 88 overall after 3 seasons

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2014-2015 Toronto Maple Leafs


50GP - 29-15-6

N. Kadri - P. Stastny (A) - P. Kessel (C)
N. Kulemin - G. Mckegg - D. Brown
R. Clowe - M. Grabovski - J. Lupul
M. Frattin - J. Mcclement - C. Ashton

D. Phanuef (A) - M. Riley
C. Franson - C. Gunnarsson
J. Liles - M. Komisarek

Extra: B. Ross, K. Holzer

Top 10 Leaders in Points

N. Kulemin - 50GP - 20G-23A-43P
P. Kessel - 50GP - 11G-28A-39P
P. Stastny - 50GP - 13G-25A-38P
D. Brown - 50GP - 12G-25A-37P
N. Kadri - 50GP - 22G-14A-36P
M. Riley - 50GP - 9G-23A-32P
G. Mckegg - 50GP - 19G-13A-32P
D. Phanuef - 50GP - 8G-23A-31P
C. Franson - 50GP - 2G-27A-29P
J. Lupul - 49GP - 16G-10A-26P

Important Notes

- Traded Clarke MacArthuer, Joe Colborne, a first round pick and a third for Paul Stastny
- Traded James Van Riemsdyk for Dustin Brown
- Signed Ryan Clowe @ 4M/5 year Cap hit
- Greg Mckegg had a break out year his rookie year, scoring 39 goals and 28 assists for 67 points (Winning the Calder)
- I was unable to negotiate a contract with Jake Gardiner, right after he won the Norris Trophy. He signed with the Dallas Stars
- I made it to the Stanley Cup in the 13-14 and lost to the Canucks in 7.


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Yeah but Toews and Kane are younger than Hossa and Sharp, and can still get better overall wise, playing them on the 2nd line cuts their points in half and will probably make them decrease. He should have put Kane-Toews-Sharp since they are all young and Hossa on the 2nd line since he is aging and has hit his maximum overall.



My Mackinnon hit 88 overall after 3 seasons
Son of a... drafted him first overall in 2013 as a 62 OVR, 5* POT.

Spent 2013-14, 2014-15, and 2015-16 in the minors. After three years he was a 69 OVR, 5* POT.

2016-17 played top line AHL and bumped up to a 71 OVR.

2017-18 played half season top line AHL and put up like 9 points in 33 games... switched him to 2nd line and he went on a tear with something like point per game in the remaining games. Dropped to a 69 OVR.

2018-19 back to the top line AHL as a 69 OVR. Hopefully he progresses some this year... He's already been passed on the depth charts by Reinhart, Rask, Lazar.

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Has anyone else had trouble finding really good OFD in later years? Seems like every top-ranked d-man in the drafts are always TWD or DFD with mediocre offensive stats.

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Has anyone else had trouble finding really good OFD in later years? Seems like every top-ranked d-man in the drafts are always TWD or DFD with mediocre offensive stats.
Murray is one of the best skaters in the game imo. Same with Jack Johnson. So does Wisnewski. I'm a CBJ homer obviously.

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Wow, picked up a 63 3 1/2 green star goalie off of FA a few years ago, he was Phoenix's 8th overall pick in 2015 and I guess they didn't sign him. I just started playing him this year in the AHL (2019-2020) when he was a 76 overall. He played 39 games, going 28-8-3 with a 1.68 GAA and a 94.1% save with 7 shutouts. Since he did so well in the regular season I started him in the playoffs and he lead us to the Calder Cup, where we won with a 16-4 record, he had a 1.76 GAA and a 93.9% save with 1 shutout.

After the season he jumped up from a 76 to an 87 elite goalie, nice replacement for an aging Schneider!


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Wow, picked up a 63 3 1/2 green star goalie off of FA a few years ago, he was Phoenix's 8th overall pick in 2015 and I guess they didn't sign him. I just started playing him this year in the AHL when he was a 76 overall. He played 39 games, going 28-8-3 with a 1.68 GAA and a 94.1% save with 7 shutouts. Since he did so well in the regular season I started him in the playoffs and he lead us to the Calder Cup, where we won with a 16-4 rercord, he had a 1.76 GAA and a 93.9% save with 1 shutout.

After the season he jumped up from a 76 to an 87 elite goalie, nice replacement for an aging Schneider!

3,5 stars can reach 87???

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3,5 stars can reach 87???
I didn't think they could either, but this guy did. He just put on an absolute show for his rookie year too, although he is 25. In 66 starts he went 51-10-5 with a 1.70 GAA, a 94.3% save with 9 shutouts. At the end of the regular season I didn't think he could do any better, but he stepped it up even more in playoffs and led us to a cup! He went 16-5 with a 1.37 GAA, a 95.5% save with 7 shutouts.

At the end of the year he won: the Hart, Calder, Conn Smythe, Vezina, Jennings, and the Lindsay..wow. Again, that was his rookie year! Morrisey also won the Norris, while Parise won the Lady Byng! We cleaned house this year, wow.

I just finished the 2020-2021 season with the Blue Jackets and we went 60-16-6 and my teams line-up is:

Z. Parise, 89 PLY - N. Mackinnon, 86 PLY (A) - I. Kovalchuk, 87 overall
A. Rossignol, 82 TWF - A. Anisimov, 85 PLY - D. Bobkov, 81 PWF*
N. Foligno, 83 TWF - B. Dubinsky, 84 TWF - T. Kristiansen, 78 PWF
B. Ranford, 78 TWF - R. Johansen, 79 PLY - T. Jokinen, 80 GRN

J. Morrissey, 89 OFD (A) - R. Murray, 87 TWD (C)
J. Johnson, 85 OFD - J. Macmurchy, 82 TGH**
Y. Auvitu, 79 TWD - J. Asham, 79 DFD

P. Cadorette, 87 HYB
S. Peltonen, 80 HYB

* Big 6'2" 235lb PWF from Latvia, picked him 3rd overall in 2015 and he's been a consistent 50-60 pt player since the year after his draft year on my second line.

** Macmurchy is another 3rd round draft pick I've had success with, picked him in 2014. He started as a 67 3 1/2 gold star and now that he's 26 he just finished his rookie year in the NHL. Had 4 goals and 13 pts with a +22, not bad. For a tough guy he isn't very physical though, he only had 47 PIMs and 80 hits.


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Just started a new BeAGM with the Senators, I did a few changes to players overalls and potentials. Put Silfverberg to 80 overall(4*), brought Stone and Zibanejad to 69 overall(4*), made Wierchioch and Boroweiki a little better so they can develop into top 6 D hopefully, put Ceci, Noesen and Puempel's potential up to 4 stars each, made Bishop a 79 overall and made Lehner a 78 overall with 4 and 1/2 star potential. Also created Fredrik Claesson and made him a 70 with 3 and 1/2 star potential. My lines:

Michalek(84)-Spezza(89)*-Silfverberg(80)
Latendresse(79)-Turris(82)**-Alfie(84)
Greening(76)-Smith(80?)-Neil(78)
O'Brien(72)-Regin(76)-Condra(78)

Cowen(83)***-Karlsson(86)
Phillips(84)-Gonchar(84)
Methot(77)-Lundin(74)

Lehner(78)/Bishop(79)

* made Spezza's face off, passing, deking and shot 4-5 overalls better as I think he is better than what EA listed him as.
** Put Turris 82 overall
***Made Cowen an 83 overall(biased sens fan.... I know)
Traded Anderson and a 3rd for Phoenix 1st round pick
And I'm playing all the games on superstar(1-1-0 so far)


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Son of a... drafted him first overall in 2013 as a 62 OVR, 5* POT.

Spent 2013-14, 2014-15, and 2015-16 in the minors. After three years he was a 69 OVR, 5* POT.

2016-17 played top line AHL and bumped up to a 71 OVR.

2017-18 played half season top line AHL and put up like 9 points in 33 games... switched him to 2nd line and he went on a tear with something like point per game in the remaining games. Dropped to a 69 OVR.

2018-19 back to the top line AHL as a 69 OVR. Hopefully he progresses some this year... He's already been passed on the depth charts by Reinhart, Rask, Lazar.
I played Mackinnon on my first line with Michalek and Spezza since the year I drafted him, so he jumped to 76 after one year, then jumped to 85 after 2 years and hit 88 on the third year. He is listed as a center but I played him on the wing since he had **** faceoff, maybe that helped?

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Does anyone else have trouble in the playoffs? No matter how stacked my team is (55+ wins), I always lose in the first round, or barely win the first round and lose second round. Is there something I'm not doing?

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