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01-25-2013, 10:59 AM
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Halifax Rebels Starting Line-up




Michalek (83) -- Tavares (89) -- Rakhshani (81)
Joensuu (83) -- Stoll (80) -- Hemsky (83)
Osala (78) -- Hodgman (80) -- Figren (77)
Dawes (72) -- Strome (69) -- Bergfors (72)

Edler (88) -- Wishart (83)
MacDonald (81) -- Gilroy (76)
De Haan (75) -- Kousa (75)

Hiller (83)
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Currently 20-21-2-4 in our second season (I do ties), which at this point is actually good enough for 8th in the East. Made a surprise run to the play-offs in our expansion year until we got steamrolled by the Rangers. Drafted MacKinnon last year, and actually him in the NHL for a bit until a concussion made me worried, and I sent him back to junior. I play on superstar, which drives me a bit batty, but it keeps the game competitive.


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how do Huberdeau and Galchenyuk usually devolp?cause i have them on my Canadiens dynasty.this was my trade for Huberdeau:
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Jonathan Huberdeau
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Lars Eller and 2017 2nd pick

edit:and should i play them in the AHL or in the NHL?(Galchenyuk,63ovr Huberdeau69ovr)


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Huberdeau's an 89 in mine after just one full season, turned out fantastic.

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Huberdeau's an 89 in mine after just one full season, turned out fantastic.
Really?where did you play him

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Really?where did you play him
Usually Huberdeau jumps to anywhere from 84-89 after one year in the CHL. Last time I played as MTL I started Galchenyuk in the CHL and after one year he jumped to 83, then one the Calder as my first line center in the NHL.

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Was going to start a regular series and got through a couple seasons last night as the mighty Edmonton Oilers. Unfortunately forgot to keep track of the moves made.

Your 2014-15 Edmonton Oilers

T.Hall (85) R.Nugent Hopkins (88) J. Eberle (87)
J.Schwartz (79) S.Gagner (82) N.Yakupov (82)
M.Paajarvi (78) S.Horcoff (79) T.Hartikainen(79)
L.Petrell (73) R.Smyth (80) T.Pitlick(73)

R.Whitney (85) J.Schultz (87)
N. Schultz (83) J.Petry (84)
L. Smid (79) O.Klefbom(65)

D.Dubnyk (81)
M.Cupper (72)

Top Prospects
-Sean Monahan C (66) (4.5 Gold)
-Zemgus Girgensons C (69) (4 Green)
-Martin Marincin D (74) (3.5 Gold)
-Juha Tukio D (61) (3.5 Gold)
-Jordan Subban D (55) (3.5 Gold)
-Nikita Zadorov D (53) (3.5 Gold)

My long term plan is to have my roster like something like this in the next few years

J.Eberle R.Nugent Hopkins T.Hall
J.Schwartz S.Monahan N.Yakupov
M.Paajarvi Z.Girgensons T.Hartinkainen
No idea A.Lander No idea

J.Schultz O.Klefbom
J.Petry M. Marincin
L.Smid No idea

Dubnyk or someone better
No idea

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Stars Set to Shine - Pre-Season Report

The start of the 2012-13 season is upon us, and the Dallas Stars are expected to make the Stanley Cup playoffs. General Manager Joe Nieuwendyk announced several signings to bolster their roster, as well as multiple depth signings for their AHL affiliate, the Texas Stars. "We brought back Radek Dvorakand Marty Turco, who were both wililng to take price cuts to compete with us again. We had also offered Dominic Moore a contract, for his faceoff and defensive prowess. Jonathan Cheechoo and Alexandre Giroux were signed to bring some veteran presence to Texas, with so many young players on the squad this year." The pre-season brought good tidings, with the stars notching 3 out of 4 wins. Forwards Jamie Benn, Loui Eriksson, Jaromir Jagr, and Derek Roy led the team with 5 points each, with 4 goals from Jagr.

Signings
C Dominic Moore - 2 years
RW Radek Dvorak - 1 year
G Marty Turco - 2 years

RW Jonathan Cheechoo - 1 year
LW Alexandre Giroux - 1 year
D Henrik Tommernes - 3 years
LW Garrett Wilson - 2 years

Pre-Season Results
Dallas vs San Jose ~ 4-3 W
Dallas vs Los Angeles ~ 6-5 W
Dallas @ Phoenix ~ 1-4 L
Dallas @ Anaheim ~ 6-3 W


Around the NHL
Signings:
NYR C Gilbert Brule - 2 years
WSH L Andrei Kostitsyn - 4 years
NYR D Paul Ranger - 3 years
NYR R Doug Glatt - 2 years
CGY G Pascal Leclaire - 2 years

Trades:
acquires: 2013 1st, C Craig Cunningham
acquires: R Teemu Selanne, C Saku Koivu

The Boston Bruins are poised for another run at the Cup, and have given up their upcoming 1st round selection and Craig Cunningham for veteran Saku Koivu and future Hall of Famer Teemu Selanne.


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01-26-2013, 01:05 AM
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Picked up Tyler Seguin on waivers in my first season. LOL.
Boston are right up against the cap at the beginning of the GM mode, and are often one of the biggest culprits of the "stupid GM brain" syndrome.

But honestly, if you haven't turned waivers off by now then you just aren't doing it right.

Seeing those big names, and then claiming them, just feels like cheating and eliminates the fun

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01-26-2013, 07:53 AM
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Really?where did you play him
Oh I didn't play him anywhere, he's with Florida. Not sure what they did.

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Really?where did you play him
Give him a year in junior, and he jumps up to a low 80.

If he can fit into your roster as a top 6, then put him there. If not, then send him down and keep him away. (Ie. no use putting him on the 3rd line).

Then, when you have room put him in your top 6 after the first 2 or 3 years, and he jumps to an 88 or 89 all the time.

If you can get him top line minutes, with good wingers, and have conssitent playoff round with success, he will get up to a 90 or 91.

Same goes with Galchenyuk. He hits 90 comfortably.

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I can't believe they haven't fixed that stupid AHL line glitch in Be a GM, where you have to set your AHL lines to best lines if you don't do them correctly and back out into the roster moves menu.

So incredibly annoying.

Waivers make the mode unplayable so I have to turn them off.

Injuries + best lines glitch make the mode unplayable, so I have to turn injuries off.

So insane.

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I can't believe they haven't fixed that stupid AHL line glitch in Be a GM, where you have to set your AHL lines to best lines if you don't do them correctly and back out into the roster moves menu.

So incredibly annoying.

Waivers make the mode unplayable so I have to turn them off.

Injuries + best lines glitch make the mode unplayable, so I have to turn injuries off.

So insane.
Have the assistant coach plug someone in. Still have to go back and fix the lines, though, when the AHL team plays again. At least you don't have to change *every* line.

Want really annoying? Have a goalie get hurt when you carry 4. I started carrying 5 because of that.

Finished my fourth season. Progression is goofy.

Larsson finally progressed, from 84-86. Henrique and Bieska moved up one point, to 83 and 84 respectively. Urbom, who looked like a lost cause (75, red 3.5), jumps to 80 for some reason when he didn't do much other than hold down the 6th spot, when he wasn't hurt. The D I claimed off waivers goes from 74-80.

Josefson, who I kicked off C to wing, preparing to get rid of him, goes from 77-79 and now his individual ratings look really good. So I guess he stays and gets to get a shot at one of the top two lines.

AHL progression is just retarded. Everyone who has made it to 74-75 does not move, regardless of what they did. My second round draft pick, generated defenseman d-man, goes from 67-76 even though he played third pair. Burlon, who has 100 points or so in around 120 games over the last two seasons, and simmed well in the NHL during an injury replacement stint, stuck at 74. Was hoping he'd max out at 79.

Now, this one really annoys me. I've pushed Clermont hard as an AHL starter, last two seasons he has a huge winning %, GAA under 1.80 both seasons, over 10 SO, save % over .930 both years. I do not touch Albany unless I want to screw around working on shootout moves....

Last season he stayed at 72. This season he stayed at 72. Huh? He's a dominant goalie at his level, I understand he has a 2.5 ceiling, but what does it take him to improve?

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01-26-2013, 08:02 PM
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Hello all, just a quick question, if I play Kesler at RW will it affect his play when I simulate games? Will it affect his overall at all? Thanks.

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01-27-2013, 01:39 AM
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Hello all, just a quick question, if I play Kesler at RW will it affect his play when I simulate games? Will it affect his overall at all? Thanks.
Because of his age, Ryan Kesler hardly changes his overall regardless of where and how you play him. He's generally always going to be an 88 overall center man, or thereabouts.

His best position is RW, so you not playing him in his best position might (MIGHT) hurt his production. However, it's not a bad option if you are deep with centers.

For example in my New York dynasty, I had Seguin and MacKinnon as my #1 and #2 centers. I also had Matt Duchene, who I instead choice to put as my first line winger. Duchene struggled at the beginning and only got I think 40 odd points, but once I got another really good player on the first line with the 2 of them (Biggs), he jumped back to a consistent 70 point guy.

In short, it works for some and not for others. Try it though and keep an eye on Kesler's production and see if it differs in anyway from his normal production.

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Jack Johnson Lone Blue Jackets Representative At 2015 NHL All-Star Game
January 25, 2015

The Blue Jackets are a team that has struggled to put pucks in the net this season, ranking 21st in the NHL, and as such, weren't expected to fly many players out for the NHL All-Star Game this year in Detroit, MI. Jack Johnson, who has posted an impressive +18 to go along with 7 goals and 23 points through the first 2/3 of the season, was selected to represent Ohio hockey this year. This will be Jack's first NHL All-Star Game appearance. Columbus enters the all-star break with a 25-20-7 record, placing them 9th in the Western Conference.

2015 EASTERN CONFERENCE ALL-STAR TEAM
Ilya Kovalchuk (NJD, 23-33-56)Sidney Crosby (PIT, 19-37-56)Marian Gaborik (NYR, 21-29-50)
Evander Kane (WPG, 15-26-41)Steven Stamkos (TBL, 18-28-46)Daniel Briere (PHI, 21-25-46)
Eric Staal (CAR, 14-29-43)Brad Richards (NYR, 16-41-57)Radim Vrbata (MTL, 17-19-36)
Valtteri Filppula (FLA, 16-24-40)John Tavares (NYI, 19-27-46)Carter Camper (BOS, 12-31-43)
Kris Letang (PIT, 6-21-27)Mike Green (WSH, 7-20-27)
Ryan McDonagh (NYR, 6-17-23)Erik Karlsson (OTT, 11-21-32)
Cody Franson (TOR, 3-26-29)Tyler Myers (BUF, 7-22-29)
Henrik Lundqvist (NYR, 28-8-4, 2.22, 93.0%, 3 SO)
James Reimer (TOR, 20-9-6, 2.11, 92.7%, 3 SO)

2015 WESTERN CONFERENCE ALL-STAR TEAM
Daniel Sedin (VAN, 19-21-40)Joe Thornton (SJS, 12-24-36)Corey Perry (ANA, 16-18-34)
Oscar Moller (LAK, 19-37-56)Anze Kopitar (LAK, 18-32-50)Jordan Eberle (EDM, 21-27-48)
Mike Connolly (COL, 17-36-53)Pavel Datsyuk (DET, 18-26-44)Chris Stewart (STL, 24-14-38)
Mike Cammalleri (CGY, 9-24-33)Mikko Koivu (MIN, 24-29-53)Derek Roy (DAL, 16-15-31)
Duncan Keith (CHI, 9-18-27)Drew Doughty (LAK, 9-18-27)
Oliver Ekman-Larsson (PHX, 10-18-28)Roman Josi (NSH, 5-25-30)
Jack Johnson (CBJ, 7-16-23)Stefan Elliott (COL, 6-25-31)
Jonathan Quick (LAK, 24-10-3, 2.01, 93.7%, 6 SO)
Semyon Varlamov (COL, 22-12-1, 1.90, 93.8%, 4 SO)


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Exam week coming up, only have one on Monday. Gives me time for Bagm. Thinking of doing Devils.

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Who's Oscar Moller?

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Because of his age, Ryan Kesler hardly changes his overall regardless of where and how you play him. He's generally always going to be an 88 overall center man, or thereabouts.

His best position is RW, so you not playing him in his best position might (MIGHT) hurt his production. However, it's not a bad option if you are deep with centers.

For example in my New York dynasty, I had Seguin and MacKinnon as my #1 and #2 centers. I also had Matt Duchene, who I instead choice to put as my first line winger. Duchene struggled at the beginning and only got I think 40 odd points, but once I got another really good player on the first line with the 2 of them (Biggs), he jumped back to a consistent 70 point guy.

In short, it works for some and not for others. Try it though and keep an eye on Kesler's production and see if it differs in anyway from his normal production.
Thnka for the help. Yeah, I have Spezza on my 2nd line in GMC.. I'm doing pretty good I'd say lol. Just got a trade offer with Kesler in it so I wanted to know. If I accept it my top 2 lines will be:
Van Riemsdyk(88)-Crosby(95)-Gaborik(89)
Nyquist(87)-Spezza(87)-Kesler(88)
I'm just not sure if I should accept the trade because it's basically Kesler for Lundqvist.

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http://www.nhl.com/ice/player.htm?id=8474114
http://www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/stats/p....php?pid=96676

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Michalek (83) -- Tavares (89) -- Rakhshani (81)
Joensuu (83) -- Stoll (80) -- Hemsky (83)
Osala (78) -- Hodgman (80) -- Figren (77)
Dawes (72) -- Strome (69) -- Bergfors (72)

Edler (88) -- Wishart (83)
MacDonald (81) -- Gilroy (76)
De Haan (75) -- Kousa (75)

Hiller (83)
Nilsson (79)

Currently 20-21-2-4 in our second season (I do ties), which at this point is actually good enough for 8th in the East. Made a surprise run to the play-offs in our expansion year until we got steamrolled by the Rangers. Drafted MacKinnon last year, and actually him in the NHL for a bit until a concussion made me worried, and I sent him back to junior. I play on superstar, which drives me a bit batty, but it keeps the game competitive.
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how do Huberdeau and Galchenyuk usually devolp?cause i have them on my Canadiens dynasty.this was my trade for Huberdeau:
receive:
Jonathan Huberdeau
receive:
Lars Eller and 2017 2nd pick

edit:and should i play them in the AHL or in the NHL?(Galchenyuk,63ovr Huberdeau69ovr)
Great deal for you, Huberdeau will be around 6 overalls better than Eller

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Hey, I have been working on a Minnesota Wild Dynasty for a little over a year using NHL 12, I tried NHL13 and although the skating is a lot better the BAGM experience is terrible.

I downloaded a custom roster that made the overalls of all the players more realistic EG - Superstars are 90+, 3rdliners and 4th liners generally under 80, AHLers in the low 70's.
This roster also included created players for prospects not in the game as well as adapted the potential for future stars (MacKinnon, Jones, McDavid, Ekblad). I also added some created players from my beer league as 16 year olds to see how they develp (no one was over 70 ovr with higher then B- potential).

I play on Superstar with modified sliders to make this a pretty realistic hockey simulation. 10 minute periods will see shots between 20-40 and hits around 15-35 depending on the team. Passing percentages are usually around 62-75%. Penalties very from 2-3 per team to 6-7.



I'm currently in the 2014-15 season so I'll recap what I've achieved so far...

2011-2012
Simmed the season and finished 23rd.
Traded Gilbert to Winnipeg for their 1st Round Pick (15th Overall)
Drafted Olli Maata (7th) and Mikael Grigorenko(15th) Note: Yakupov went to Philly who won the draft lottery
Also was able to draft Reinhart (2nd Round), Gaunce(3rd Round), Faksa(4th Round), Wilson (5th Round) and Zharkov (6th Round)
Traded Bouchard for Havlat
Signed Brunnstrom, Stoa, Sarich, Fedotenko, S. Koivu and Lidstrom (not super realistic but he didn't retire and was willing to resign to the highest bidder)

2012-2013
Traded Powe for a Penguins 2013 3rd Round Pick
Traded the Pens Pick and Brodziak for Silfverberg and Holopainen (Silf is way underrated and had very low value for the Sens)
Traded Kotalik & McIntyre to Calgary 2013 1st Round Pick
Traded 2013 2nd Round & 3rd Round Pick for New Jersey 2013 1st Round Pick
Traded Cuma to Detroit for Pulkinnen
@Trade Deadline
Traded Prospect Shirokov to St. Louis for Steckel
Traded Fedotenko and 2015 2nd Round to Carolina for Bryan Allen
Traded C. Stoner, J. Palmer, 2014 2nd Round to Edmonton for C. Teubert
Traded 2013 NJ 1st Round Pick, 2013 CGY 1st Round Pick, 2014 MIN 1st Round Pick, M. Havlat and J. Fontaine to Phoenix for B. Gormley and 2013 1st Round Pick

Made it to Conference Finals and got knocked out by the San Jose Sharks in 5 games. Sharks went on to win the cup.
Lidstrom won his 8th Norris then retired, Saku Koivu & Sarich also retired
Draft rankings are Jones, Mackinnon, Drouin and Monahan.
I have 2nd overall and trade with Edmonton (yes another overall pick) to acquire the first pick giving them the 2nd Overall Pick and a 2015 2nd Overall Pick. I draft MacKinnon. Edmonton gets Jones, Tampa Bay gets Drouin and Dallas gets Monahan.
Us my 28th overall pick to draft a generated defenseman, then draft Frk, Fucale and Horvat in the mid rounds of the draft.
Sign Visnovsky, Emmerson, Palushaj, and Zibanejad (yes Ottawa released him instead of signing him)

2013-2014
Maatta (76), Spicer(79), and MacKinnon(78) make team as rookies
Eager to get back in the playoffs I sim this season finishing in 4th.
Sweep Columbus in first round
Sweep Colorado in second round
Defeat Vancouver in 6 games in Conference Finals
Come back after going down 2-0 to defeat Pittsburgh 4-2 to win the Cup
Here was the lineups for the finals:


No 1st Rounder in 2014, Draft top 5 was:
1. S. Reinhart - Phoenix 2. A. Ekland - Ottawa 3. N. Ritchie - NY Islanders 4. A. Jacobsen - New Jersey 5. P. Koys - Tampa Bay

Traded L. Visnovsky to Edmonton for a 2nd Round Pick in the draft. Drafted Mike Simpson.

Free Agency:
Traded M. Grigorenko (79 Ovr A-/A-/B-), J. Harding (82 Ovr), M. Scandella (82 Ovr)
to Ottawa for R. Lehner (86 Ovr B-/B-/B-), J. Irwin (74 Ovr), 2015 OTT 4th and 5th Round Picks
Traded C. Clutterbuck (83 Ovr) and C. Gilles (78 Ovr) to Detroit for M. Stuart (85 Ovr)




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Figured it was only fitting for an expansion team, even if this is our 3rd year... although we're fairing pretty well, holding 7th in the East after the All-Star break.

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Who's Oscar Moller?
He's a mid-level Swedish prospect, who in the previous roster, was one guy that I always picked up.

He developed pretty slowly despite top AHL minutes, but commands a pretty good trade value, and come year 3 or 4 of your dynasty, can be used to land a really good trade as his trade value is overrated.

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