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03-26-2013, 07:32 AM
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SHL 2015-2016 REGULAR SEASON FINISHED

Not long after the All-Star Break, the San Antonio Outlaws' injury trouble continued with Stephen Weiss, Tuukka Rask, Radek Faksa, and Jan Mursak all set to lose serious time.

To combat these injuries, the team made some trades.

The team sent a 2019 2nd Round Pick and a 2020 2nd Round Pick to Albuquerque for Ryan Jones, Jarret Stoll, and Taylor Pyatt

The team was also lucky enough to have back-up goaltender Corey Crawford set up for a large portion of the season and play admirably.

By the time the season ended and it was time for playoffs, all but Jan Mursak had returned from injury, and the team finished first in the NHL with a record of 53-18-9-2 for 117 points.

The team headed into the playoffs with a line-up of:
LWCRW
Bartschi(84)Stamkos(92)Gagne(86)
Faksa(82)Sedin(90)Havlat(83)
Jones(79)Weiss(82)Oshie(83)
Moen(77)Stoll(80Zaborsky(78)

LDRD
Murray(89)Karlsson(89)
Seabrook(85)Carlson(86)
Clitsome(78)Foster(77)

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Rask(86)
Crawford(82)

The team will now play the 8th seeded Baltimore Eagles in the first round of the SHL playoffs.

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03-26-2013, 07:37 AM
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SHL PLAYOFFS FIRST ROUND RESULTS:

The San Antonio Outlaws and Baltimore Eagles needed 7 games to finish their first round matchup, but the Outlaws came out on top to win the series 4-3.

Game 7 was the only game won by more than 2 goals as Radek Faksa scored a hat trick while Tuukka Rask had a shut-out to win the game 3-0.

The rest of the first round results are as follows:

WEST:
1. San Antonio Outlaws vs. 8. Baltimore Eagles: San Antonio wins 4-3
2. Anchorage Alpines vs. 7. Edmonton Stallions: Anchorage wins 4-0
3. Winnipeg Zephyrs vs. 6. Albuquerque Blazers: Winnipeg wins 4-0
4. Houston Titan vs. 5. Calgary Vipers: Calgary wins 4-1

EAST:
1. Toronto Grizzlies vs. 8. Quebec City Lions: Toronto wins 4-2
2. Tampa Bay Barracudas vs. 7. Boston Knights: Tampa Bay wins 4-2
3. Buffalo Cougars vs. 4 Hamilton Warriors: Hamilton wins 4-3
4. Atlanta Aces vs. 5. Pittsburgh Hounds: Atlanta wins 4-0

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03-26-2013, 07:41 AM
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SHL PLAYOFFS SECOND ROUND RESULTS:

Another thrilling 7 game series for the San Antonio Outlaws, as they knocked out the Calgary Vipers for the 3rd time in 4 years to put the team into the Western Conference Finals.

The team was helped by another huge offensive performance as Simon Gagne knocked a hat-trick to help the team win 5-2.

The rest of the second round results are as follows:

WEST:
1. San Antonio Outlaws vs. 5. Calgary Vipers: San Antonio wins 4-3
2. Anchorage Alpines vs. 3. Winnipeg Zephyrs: Winnipeg wins 4-2.

EAST:
1. Toronto Grizzlies vs. 6. Hamilton Warriors: Hamilton wins 4-3
2. Tampa Bay Barracudas vs. 4. Atlanta Aces: Atlanta wins 4-2

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03-26-2013, 07:44 AM
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SHL STANLEY CUP FINALS SET TO BEGIN.

The San Antonio Outlaws have won their 3rd straight 7 game series this year en route to their 3rd straight Stanley Cup Finals visit. The team won game 7 against the Calgary Vipers 1-0 in Overtime as goaltender Tuukka Rask gained the first star of the night.

Here are the results of the Conference Finals:

WEST:
1. San Antonio Outlaws vs. 3. Winnipeg Zephyrs: San Antonio wins 4-3

EAST:
2. Atlanta Aces vs. 6 Hamilton Warriors: Hamilton wins 4-2

Now, will San Antonio have their heart broken again, or will they regain the championship they won in the 2013-2014 season?

We will see.

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03-26-2013, 07:53 AM
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INJURY TROUBLE DOESN'T STOP THE OUTLAWS

Despite losing goaltender Tuukka Rask to a pulled groin in game 4 and Simon Gagne to a broken wrist in game 6, the San Antonio Outlaws were able to push the SHL Stanley Cup Finals to a 7th game.

Many attribute the success of this team when injured due to GM Gordon Bombay's ability to provide the team with the depth it needs.

Game 7 began without Gagne in the line-up, and with backup goalie Corey Crawford in net for the Outlaws.

The first period was a defensive success for both teams as they went into the 2nd period tied 0-0.

Then, four minutes into the 2nd period, Martin Havlat made the most of his chance to play on the first line as he walked into the slot, received a pass from Steven Stamkos, and sniped the puck top corner.

Halfway through the 2nd period, the Outlaws' offense continued with Radek Faksa making a nice move around two Warriors' defenders before dishing it to TJ Oshie for the goal.

Headed into the 3rd period, the score remained 2-0.

Backup goalie Corey Crawford played spectacularly, and with a minute left in the 3rd period the Outlaws notched their third goal of the game as the Warriors turned the puck over to Erik Karlsson at the blue-line, and he made no mistake firing it bar-down.

The San Antonio Outlaws are the 2015-2016 SHL Stanley Cup Champions

Steven Stamkos was awarded the Conn Smythe for his dominant offensive performance all playoffs-long.

Erik Karlsson was the first star of the game, with Corey Crawford picking up the 2nd, and Martin Havlat the 3rd.

GM Gordon Bombay had this to say about the win:
Quote:
"QUACK QUACK QUACK QUACK QUACK QUACK QUACK QUACK QUACK QUACK QUACK QUACK QUACK QUACK QUACK QUACK QUACK QUACK QUACK QUACK QUACK QUACK QUACK QUACK QUACK QUACK QUACK QUACK QUACK QUACK QUACK QUACK QUACK QUACK QUACK QUACK QUACK QUACK QUACK QUACK QUACK QUACK QUACK QUACK QUACK QUACK QUACK QUACK QUACK QUACK QUACK QUACK QUACK QUACK QUACK QUACK QUACK QUACK QUACK QUACK QUACK QUACK QUACK QUACK" - Gordon Bombay
The top 3 scorers in the playoffs were all Outlaws:
PlayerGAP
Steven Stamkos72027
Erik Karlsson61420
Sven Bartschi12618

Now that the playoffs are over, award winners and top prospects for this year's entry draft will be announced shortly!

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03-26-2013, 08:00 AM
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SHL AWARD WINNERS AND TOP PROSPECTS

Commissioner Pat Croce has announced this year's SHL Award Winner:
Award Winners
TEAMPLAYERTROPHYNOTES
Vancouver VandalsVictor HedmanPat Croce Slam Trophy321 Hits
Anchorage AlpinesYury TikhonovCalder Memorial Trophy 
Anchorage AlpinesYury TikhonovLady Byng Trophy 
Anchorage AlpinesYury TikhonovHart Trophy 
Anchorage AlpinesYury TikhonovArt Ross Trophy 
Anchorage AlpinesYury TikhonovMaurice Richard Trophy 
San Antonio OutlawsTuukka RaskTed Lindsay Trophy 
San Antonio OutlawsTuukka RaskVezina Trophy 
San Antonio OutlawsSteven StamkosConn Smythe Trophy 
San Antonio OutlawsJohn CarlsonNorris Trophy2nd straight year Outlaws D-man has won
Chicago WildcatsPavel DatsyukSelke Trophy 
Boston KnightsJeff SchultzBill Masterton Trophy 
Toronto GrizzliesLeland IrvingWilliam Jennings Trophy 


Here are the top prospects for this year's SHL Entry Draft:
Top Prospects
  1. LW Glen Mikkelson
  2. RW Jody Stanfield
  3. D Wade Blair
  4. C Franklin Purinton
  5. D Junior Stanford
  6. LW Jonathan Yelle
  7. G Shane Henley
  8. RW Pete Hickey
  9. LW Dean Bolland


Here are the notable retirements of the year:
Alex Tanguay, Dan Cleary, Zdeno Chara, Dan Boyle, Brenden Morrow, Shane Doan, and Outlaws' players Jarret Stoll and Mike Rupp

Finally, here is how the SHL Entry Draft went for the San Antonio Outlaws:

After making some trades, the team picked 21st, 32nd and 39th overall, selecting:
Eugene Beaverson, Danny Rankin, and Tony Gretzky.
In the 4th round, the team selected Torsten Sjostrom
In the 5th round, the team selected Curt Urquhart
In the 6th round, the team selected Kai Tukio
In the 7th round, the team selected Jorg Thalberger

The Outlaws are set to hit Free Agency with a big name to sign: RFA Steven Stamkos.

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03-26-2013, 08:45 AM
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Decided to do a Fantasy Draft with Colorado, however these were my limits:
- Cannot sign anyone over the age of 21 for the first 12 rounds
- After that a maximum of 3 over 21's can be signed
- I've also made sure that the 3 over 21's are less than 35, so they can at least stick around for a couple of seasons.
- After Round 30 an additional 2 over 21's maybe signed, but they must be under 30.
My idea is obviously I sign a lot of players with stacks of potential and after a few years begin to do well. The first three over 21's are there to be the team leaders, and the additional 2 over 21's are there to be depth players, although they will more than likely be in more important roles, certainly in the first year.

So after 32 rounds below is my Colorado Avalanche for 2012/13.
* Over 21 Player - Order by Overall
- Created Skater

Player Position Ovr Salary
Brenden Morrow* LW 83 $4.1M
Shawn Horcoff* C 82 $5.5M
Oliver Ekman-Larsson D 82 $5.5M
Rob Scuderi* D 81 $3.4M
Viktor Fasth* G 79 $2.9M
Alex Galchenyuk C 79 $3.225M
Nail Yakupov RW 79 $3.775M
Mike Howard- C 78 $0.525M
Cam Fowler D 77 $5M
Jonathon Ericsson* D 77 $3.25M
Dougie Hamilton D 76 $1.495M
David Rundblad D 76 $1.5M
Tim Brent* C 75 $0.75M
Robin Lehner G 74 $0.87M
Tyson Barrie D 74 $0.9M
Jaden Schwartz LW 73 $1.115M
Jakob Silfverberg RW 73 $0.9M
Sven Baertschi LW 72 $1.425M
Brett Connolly RW 72 $1.635M
Sami Vatanen D 71 $1.325M
Michael Latta C 71 $0.735M
Richard Panik RW 71 $0.9M
Chris Kreider LW 71 $1.325M
Eddie Lack G 70 $0.75M
Jerry D'Amigo LW 70 $1.08M
Brandon Gormley D 67 $1.315M
Emerson Etem RW 66 $0.9M
Ryan Murray D 66 $3.525M
Zemgus Girgensons C 64 $1.4M
Hampus Lindholm D 63 $1.775M
John Gibson G 61 $0.925M
Radek Faksa C 57 $1.4M

Two more rules for in-season play are:
- No more than 3 trades allowed during the season, this includes FA and trading for picks.
- After the first season the following rules apply for age rules.
* There must a minimum of 6 players under 21 in the team
* There can be no more than 5 over 30's in the team
Starting Line-Up for 2012/13 Season Opener

Forwards
Morrow (83) Horcoff (82) Yakupov (79)
Silfverberg (73) Galchenyuk (79) Connolly (72)
Schwartz (73) Howard (78) Baertschi (72)
Kreider (71) Latta (71) Panik (71)

Defence
Ekman-Larsson (82) Scuderi (81)
Fowler (77) Hamilton (76)
Barrie (74) Rundblad (76)

Goaltenders
Fasth (79)
Lehner(74)

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03-26-2013, 09:31 AM
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SHL AWARD WINNERS AND TOP PROSPECTS

Commissioner Pat Croce has announced this year's SHL Award Winner:
Award Winners
TEAMPLAYERTROPHYNOTES
Vancouver VandalsVictor HedmanPat Croce Slam Trophy321 Hits
Anchorage AlpinesYury TikhonovCalder Memorial Trophy 
Anchorage AlpinesYury TikhonovLady Byng Trophy 
Anchorage AlpinesYury TikhonovHart Trophy 
Anchorage AlpinesYury TikhonovArt Ross Trophy 
Anchorage AlpinesYury TikhonovMaurice Richard Trophy 
San Antonio OutlawsTuukka RaskTed Lindsay Trophy 
San Antonio OutlawsTuukka RaskVezina Trophy 
San Antonio OutlawsSteven StamkosConn Smythe Trophy 
San Antonio OutlawsJohn CarlsonNorris Trophy2nd straight year Outlaws D-man has won
Chicago WildcatsPavel DatsyukSelke Trophy 
Boston KnightsJeff SchultzBill Masterton Trophy 
Toronto GrizzliesLeland IrvingWilliam Jennings Trophy 


Here are the top prospects for this year's SHL Entry Draft:
Top Prospects
  1. LW Glen Mikkelson
  2. RW Jody Stanfield
  3. D Wade Blair
  4. C Franklin Purinton
  5. D Junior Stanford
  6. LW Jonathan Yelle
  7. G Shane Henley
  8. RW Pete Hickey
  9. LW Dean Bolland


Here are the notable retirements of the year:
Alex Tanguay, Dan Cleary, Zdeno Chara, Dan Boyle, Brenden Morrow, Shane Doan, and Outlaws' players Jarret Stoll and Mike Rupp

Finally, here is how the SHL Entry Draft went for the San Antonio Outlaws:

After making some trades, the team picked 21st, 32nd and 39th overall, selecting:
Eugene Beaverson, Danny Rankin, and Tony Gretzky.
In the 4th round, the team selected Torsten Sjostrom
In the 5th round, the team selected Curt Urquhart
In the 6th round, the team selected Kai Tukio
In the 7th round, the team selected Jorg Thalberger

The Outlaws are set to hit Free Agency with a big name to sign: RFA Steven Stamkos.
Who is Yury Tikhonov? Can you tell us what kind of season he had and his draft position/year?

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03-26-2013, 10:50 AM
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Who is Yury Tikhonov? Can you tell us what kind of season he had and his draft position/year?
Selected 1st Overall 2014

I can't check right now but I think he had something around 45 goals and 57 assists this year.

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03-26-2013, 11:42 AM
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I want to start a new Be A GM career but I don't know which team to choose. There are a few that I consider to play with. So which team do you wanna see?

Battle for the cup:
Montréal Canadiens
Pittsburgh Penguins
Vancouver Canucks

Try to make the playoffs:
Toronto Maple Leafs
Dallas Stars

Rebuild:
Edmonton Oilers

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I want to start a new Be A GM career but I don't know which team to choose. There are a few that I consider to play with. So which team do you wanna see?

Battle for the cup:
Montréal Canadiens
Pittsburgh Penguins
Vancouver Canucks

Try to make the playoffs:
Toronto Maple Leafs
Dallas Stars

Rebuild:
Edmonton Oilers

Thanks for your help!
Curve ball: Battle for the Cup: Dallas Stars!

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Part 4 coming soon?

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How do you turn injuries off in bagm?

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Settings: Rules.

Weird, I know. Should really be in gameplay settings or something. How are injuries a rule?

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Devils acquire Kaspars Daugavins

The New Jersey Devils (27-17-4) announced today that they have acquired winger Kaspars Daugavins from the Ottawa Senators, in exchange for prospect center Graham Black. "We think this move is going to help add some depth to our forward core", said Devils GM Ben Naim. Daugavins is expected to play in New Jersey's next game against the Pittsburgh Penguins

Lines at practice:

Kovalchuk-Zubrus-Henrique
Elias-Zajac-Clarkson
Daugavins-Loktionov-Ponikarovsky
Carter-Gionta-Bernier

Greene-Larsson
Salvador-Fayne
Volchenkov-Zidlicky
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Hoping you guys can help me out... with upcoming prospects and stuff and my team just not performing the way I've wanted it to, I've shipped out a lot of guys to consolidate talent and I still have a log jam.

I shipped out Benn + Byfuglien + 1st + 4* Prospect for Seth Jones + Gabriel Landeskog
Tarasenko + Schultz + 1st + 2 4* Prospects for Alex Ovechkin

I literally haven't had a single forward clear 25 goals or a d-man clear 40 points hence these two moves. Plus I've got so many guys coming up...

Basically I've got 12 forward spots and way more guys than that to fill those 12 spots over the next year or two. Can anyone give me some advice/suggestions on who they'd keep/cut?

C: Scheifele (87, PLY, 4.5*, $6.5M), Reinhart (85, PLY, 4.5*, $5.5M), Girgensons (82, TWF, 4* green, $2.75M), Burmistrov (80, PLY, 4* yellow, $1.875M), Drouin (79, SNP, 4.5*, ELC), Winther (79, TWF, 4*, ELC), Klimchuk (77, SNP, 4*, ELC), Lazar (74, SNP, 4*, ELC)
Burmistrov, Winther and Drouin are the only two with a faceoff rating >60...

LW: Ovechkin (93, SNP, 4.5*, $9.5M), Mantha (87, PWF, 4.5*, $5.5M), Landeksog (85, PWF, 4.5*, $5.75M), Foligno (81, PWF, 3.5*, $2.5M), Ott (77, GRN, 2*, $900k), Ranford (76, TWF, 3* Green, ELC)
Ott is also great on FO so possibility as C

RW: Pavelski (84, TWF, 4*, $5.25M), Oshie (82, TWF, 4*, $2.75M), Clutterbuck (80, GRN, 4*, $2M), Hamilton (78, TWF, 4*, ELC)
Pavelski also best FO rating on team. Also have Etem but he's an RFA looking for $6.9M so he's probably gone.

D is pretty much set with Jones, Keith, Pulock, Bogosian, Reinhart, and Gernat.

So that's basically 18 guys to fill 12 slots in the next 1-2 years. Obviously a few of those guys aren't ready for main roster quite yet but I'm looking to the future. What should my lineup look like? Who should I trade/keep?

Input would be appreciated as I'm looking to keep a fairly consistent lineup and haven't been that impressed with my team's performance over past few years.

FWIW, last year's lineup was:

Benn (88) - Scheifele (87) - Pavelski (85)
Mantha (86) - Reinhart (85) - Etem (85)
Foligno (81) - Burmistrov (81) - Oshie (82)
Ladd (80) - Ott (79) - Clutterbuck (80)


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Hoping you guys can help me out... with upcoming prospects and stuff and my team just not performing the way I've wanted it to, I've shipped out a lot of guys to consolidate talent and I still have a log jam.

I shipped out Benn + Byfuglien + 1st + 4* Prospect for Seth Jones + Gabriel Landeskog
Tarasenko + Schultz + 1st + 2 4* Prospects for Alex Ovechkin

I literally haven't had a single forward clear 25 goals or a d-man clear 40 points hence these two moves. Plus I've got so many guys coming up...

Basically I've got 12 forward spots and way more guys than that to fill those 12 spots over the next year or two. Can anyone give me some advice/suggestions on who they'd keep/cut?

C: Scheifele (87, PLY, 4.5*, $6.5M), Reinhart (85, PLY, 4.5*, $5.5M), Girgensons (82, TWF, 4* green, $2.75M), Burmistrov (80, PLY, 4* yellow, $1.875M), Drouin (79, SNP, 4.5*, ELC), Winther (79, TWF, 4*, ELC), Klimchuk (77, SNP, 4*, ELC), Lazar (74, SNP, 4*, ELC)
Burmistrov, Winther and Drouin are the only two with a faceoff rating >60...

LW: Ovechkin (93, SNP, 4.5*, $9.5M), Mantha (87, PWF, 4.5*, $5.5M), Landeksog (85, PWF, 4.5*, $5.75M), Foligno (81, PWF, 3.5*, $2.5M), Ott (77, GRN, 2*, $900k), Ranford (76, TWF, 3* Green, ELC)
Ott is also great on FO so possibility as C

RW: Pavelski (84, TWF, 4*, $5.25M), Oshie (82, TWF, 4*, $2.75M), Clutterbuck (80, GRN, 4*, $2M), Hamilton (78, TWF, 4*, ELC)
Pavelski also best FO rating on team. Also have Etem but he's an RFA looking for $6.9M so he's probably gone.

D is pretty much set with Jones, Keith, Pulock, Bogosian, Reinhart, and Gernat.

So that's basically 18 guys to fill 12 slots in the next 1-2 years. Obviously a few of those guys aren't ready for main roster quite yet but I'm looking to the future. What should my lineup look like? Who should I trade/keep?

Input would be appreciated as I'm looking to keep a fairly consistent lineup and haven't been that impressed with my team's performance over past few years.

FWIW, last year's lineup was:

Benn (88) - Scheifele (87) - Pavelski (85)
Mantha (86) - Reinhart (85) - Etem (85)
Foligno (81) - Burmistrov (81) - Oshie (82)
Ladd (80) - Ott (79) - Clutterbuck (80)
First off I'd trade for anything other than roster players cuz they are the last thing you need.

I would trade-Scheifele, Klimchuk, Ovechkin, Foligno for sure
My lineup would look something like this
Mantha-Reinhart-Oshie
Landeskog-Girgensons-Pavelski
Drouin-Ott-Clutterbuck
Ranford-Lazar-Hamilton

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So i decided to start my new Be A GM career with the Dallas Stars. My goal is to be competitive during the first two seasons but make a soft rebuild so that I can start a Cup hunt in my third year as Stars GM.

FA Signings:
C Jason Arnott, 1 year $2.65 million

Trades:

To MTL
C Cody Eakin

To DAL
1st round pick MTL 2013

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To WSH
LW Antoine Roussell
D Alex Theriau
D John Klingberg

To DAL
RW Troy Brouwer
2nd round pick COL 2013

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To PHX
D Jace Coyle
C Mike Winter
RW Brendan Trook

To DAL
1st round pick PHX 2013
4th round pick PHX 2013
5th round pick PHX 2013

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To CGY
D Hubert Labrie

To DAL
3rd round pick CGY 2013

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To EDM
C Gemel Smith
2nd round pick DAL 2013

To DAL
1st round pick EDM 2013
3rd round pick EDM 2013

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I had to add some core to the bottom lines after Morrow being traded to Pittsburgh. Since I had too many AHL-players, I gave a few away for draft picks in 2013.


Starting Line-Up for 2012/13 Season Opener

Forwards
Eriksson (85) Benn (86) Jagr (81)
Whitney (79) Roy (86) Cole (85)
Nystrom (74) Arnott (78) Brouwer (78)
Wandell (74) Fiddler (74) Glennie (74)

Defence
Goligoski (82) Daley (84)
Morrow (70) Robidas (82)
Rome (74) Larsson (73)

Goaltenders
Lehtonen (86)
Bachman (74)

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Season 2012/13 - Colorado Avalanche
I'm actually very impressed with how the season went, beating the owner's expectations and notching up 39 wins in the season. We didn't make the playoff and I wasn't expecting to. Not finishing last was my main objective with such a young team. In the end we finished with a 39-36-7 record, which was good enough for 20th in the league, 11th in the conference and 4th in the division.

Our main struggle in the season was our inability to score, finishing 29th in the league with just 190 goals, and dead last with just a 12.3% powerplay. However with such a young team full of guys in the early stages of their development, this number I shall be expecting to improve over the next few years.

Individually my stand out player for the season was defenceman Oliver Ekman-Larsson, who lead the team with 54 points (7G, 47A) on the season. Veteran Shawn Horcoff showed his leadership by leading the team with 24 goals, and finished 2nd in points with 52 on the season. Below are my top 5 point producers.

Top 5 Point Scorers for 2012/13
Name GP G A PTS
Ekman-Larsson 81 7 47 51
Horcoff 82 24 28 52
Yakupov 82 13 33 46
Galchenyuk 82 21 25 46
Morrow 77 20 24 44

In goal Vikor Fasth produced solid number in his 64 games, earning a 30-26-3 record with a 2.35 GAA and a 92.40% save percentage. He was backed up well by Robin Lehner, who in the offseason signed an 8 year deal.

Trades
I traded Prospect D Man Brandon Gormley to Buffalo in exchange for their 1st Round Pick, which was 3rd overall. I drafted Jonathon Drouin, as I'm a little light in the left wing department.

Draft Day
Here are my drafted players, in order of current overall:
Name Pos Ovr Pot Rnd Pick
Andrei Anisimov LW 62 2* Y 6th 161
Jonathon Drouin LW 60 4.5* Y 1st 3
Jordan Messier RW 58 2.5* Y 7th 191
Michael Schumacher LW 56 3* Y 3rd 71
Darnell Nurse D 56 4* Y 1st 11
Matt Bellerive RW 51 3* Y 4th 101
Felix Sollner C 42 3.5* Y 5th 131

Colorado Avalanche - 2013/14 Squad
* Over 21 Player, + Over 30 Player, - Created Skater
Player Position Ovr(Change) Salary
Oliver Ekman-Larsson* D 87(+5) $5.855M
David Rundblad* D 84(+8) $5.945M
Eddie Lack* G 84(+14) $0.75M
Matt Halischuk* RW 84 $5.005M
Brenden Morrow+ LW 82(-1) $3.27M
Shawn Horcoff+ C 82 $5.855M
Nail Yakupov RW 82(+3) $4.04M
Alex Galchenyuk C 82(+3) $3.46M
Mike Howard- C 81(+3) $0.625M
Cam Fowler D 81(+4) $5.33M
Dougie Hamilton D 81(+5) $1.645M
Viktor Fasth+ G 81(+2) $3.12M
Chris Kreider* LW 80(+9) $1.465M
Robin Lehner G 80(+6) $2.725M
Viktor Stalberg* RW 80 $2.575M
Sven Baertschi LW 79(+7) $1.57M
Rob Scuderi+ D 79(-2) $1.99M
Jaden Schwartz LW 78(+5) $1.245M
Jakob Silfverberg* RW 76(+3) $1.02M
Tyson Barrie D 76(+2) $1.02M
Sami Vatanen* D 75(+4) $1.325M
Tim Brent* C 75 $0.795M
Ryan Murray D 75(+9) $3.775M
Richard Panik* RW 74(+3) $1.02M
Brett Connolly RW 74(+2) $1.79M
Michael Latta* C 74(+3) $0.845M
Jerry D'Amigo* LW 70 $1.08M
Emerson Etem RW 69(+3) $0.9M
Zemgus Girgensons C 66(+2) $1.4M
Hampus Lindholm D 65(+2) $1.775M
John Gibson G 64(+3) $0.925M
Radek Faksa C 61(+4) $1.4M

This season I have:
- 4 players over 30
- 11 players between 22-30
- 15 players 21 or under
I'll be looking to ship 1 or 2 of the over 30's for players in the 22-30 bracket.

I traded Jonathan Ericsson and a 2014 2nd Round Pick to Chicago in exchange for RW Viktor Stalberg.

I also signed RFA Matt Halischuk, which meant I had to surrender my 1st and 3rd Round picks to Toronto, however I think he's a decent pickup for me.

Starting Line-Up for 2013/14 Season Opener

Forwards
Yakupov (82) Horcoff (82) Halischuk (84)
Morrow (82) Galchenyuk (82) Baertschi (79)
Kreider (80) Howard (81) Stalberg (80)
Schwartz (78) Latta (74) Silfverberg (76)

Defence
Ekman-Larsson (87) Rundblad (84)
Fowler (81) Hamilton (81)
Barrie (76) Scuderi (79)

Goaltenders
Lack (84)
Fasth (81)

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Devils acquire Jarome Iginla, GM Ben Naime: "He makes this team instantly better"

February 24th, 2013 - At a press conference this morning, Devils GM Ben Naime announced that the team had acquired Jarome Iginla from the Calgary Flames. The deal sent defenseman Henrik Tallinder, a 2013 2nd round pick and a 2014 3rd round pick to Calgary. "You have to give to get", said GM Naime, "we wish Henrik Tallinder the best in Calgary and it was a tough decision to let him go, however we felt this was a move that made sense for our team. Jarome fits our system like a glove, he's a power forward with size and strength. He makes this team instantly better".

Jarome Iginla was very happy about the move, his former team is currently sitting at 15th in the Western Conference. "Its great to be a part of this organization, there is a winning atmosphere here and I'm very excited to get started", said Iginla to the press this morning, "obviously, its tough to leave Calgary where I've made so many memories. But this is a new start for me, I think we have a team that has a chance to go deep in the playoffs again."

The 8th place New Jersey Devils will play Detroit in Iginla's Devils debut Sunday at Prudential Center in Newark.

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Devils fall to Red Wings in the shootout, 5-4

Newark, NJ - The New Jersey Devils (30-20-6) were beaten Sunday night at Prudential Center in the shootout, by the Detroit Red Wings. Jarome Iginla's Devils debut was short lived, he blocked a shot late in the 2nd period and missed the rest of the game with what the Devils are calling a "lower body injury". Upon further review, Iginla clearly hurt his foot on the play. Iginla will reportedly miss 1 week of action. "its tough to lose the guy right after we acquire him", said Devils goalie Martin Brodeur, "but that's hockey, thankfully he won't be gone too long".

Devils coach Pete DeBoer was not happy with his team's defensive effort, "we played loose in our own zone tonight", said the coach, "its something we're going to have to work on in practice. You can't win many hockey games playing that way". Ilya Kovalchuk had a big game on offense, getting a hat-trick and bringing is season goal total to 30. "the puck was going in for me" said Ilya after the game, "it would have been better if we won the game, but we'll take the point and try to do better next time".

Patrik Elias had the other Devils goal.

Lines:

Kovalchuk-Zubrus-Henrique
Elias-Zajac-Iginla
Ponikarovsky-Loktionov-Clarkson
Carter-Gionta-Daugavins

Greene-Larsson
Salvador-Zidlicky
Volchenkov-Fayne

Brodeur
Hedberg

Winning Goaltender:
Jimmy Howard

Losing Goaltender:
Martin Brodeur

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I wanted to make a super awesome 1st line, one that would rival anything every seen. Behold:

Ovechkin-Crosby-Eriksson.

Started with Pittsburgh, turned the salary cap off, although I probably didn't need to do that.
Traded Malkin and picks/prospect for Ovechkin.

Traded more D prospects for Loui Eriksson.

Traded some nobody for Jagr.

Traded some other nobodies for Scuderi and Steve Sullivan at the deadline.

Lines:
Ovechkin-Crosby-Eriksson
Neal-Sutter-Jagr
Kunitz-Kennedy-Dupuis
Sullivan-Jeffrey-Cooke

Martin-Letang
Orpik-Niskanen
Depres-Scuderi

Fleury
Vokoun

The Pens went 52-19-11 in the regular season, and sprinted their way into the finals, never playing a Game 7. In the SCF, the Pens met the Red Wings, where the series went to 6 games, and ended when Ovechkin scored in OT.

Notables:
Crosby had 103 points, Ovy had 96, and Eriksson had 74 in the regular season.

Playoff scoring-The Pens played 23 games/
Crosby led the way with 27 points. Ovy had 25. Jagr provided great scoring from the 2nd line, with 20 points. Loui Eriksson cooled off a bit, but still managed 17 points.
Awards:

Crosby for Hart, Art Ross, Conn Smythe, Richard
Niskanen won the Norris (LOL)
MAF won the Vezina and Lindsay

Also, Crosby has moved up to a 99, Ovy to 95, Jagr did not retire, and Eriksson to an 87.

I'd say it was a pretty successful year!

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I won the cup again on my Rangers GM, which is three cups now, so I've decided it's time to take a break from that one. Tonight I started a GM with the Dallas Stars, and the first post should be tomorrow. I redesigned their jerseys, so there will likely be pictures. I've already made a bunch of crazy changes to the team so the first post should be very interesting!

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I won the cup again on my Rangers GM, which is three cups now, so I've decided it's time to take a break from that one. Tonight I started a GM with the Dallas Stars, and the first post should be tomorrow. I redesigned their jerseys, so there will likely be pictures. I've already made a bunch of crazy changes to the team so the first post should be very interesting!
How do you make custom jerseys for your team?

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How do you make custom jerseys for your team?
I went into Create-A-Team, where you can design your own jerseys. Then I just copied the Dallas roster onto my new team, and replaced the Stars with my new team when I started up the GM. I had to re-name them the Dallas Neptunes, because "Stars" isn't a useable name in Create-A-Team. It worked out though, since I used the Minnesota North Stars logo.

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