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03-18-2014, 12:09 PM
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ChuckWoods
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With proper boost allocation, you can max out your acceleration and all other important stat categories on the Athleticism side by Legend 2. Balance and Durability are utterly useless along with some other major categories.

So everyone can just end that argument right there in regards to acceleration as long as your a Legend 2.


Shot power wont matter that much against human goalies in 6's games, which is where EASHL really thrives.



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5'10, 180lbs
13'' Blades


Deke - 90 (+7)
HandEye - 85
Off-Aware - 82 (+7)
Pass - 90
Puck Cont - 90 (+7)
Wrist Acc - 81 (+7)


Def Aware - 88
Faceoffs - 77
Stick Check - 88 (+7)

Accel - 90 (+12)
Agility - 90 (+12)
Endurance - 88
Speed - 90 (+12)
Strength - 80 (+7)


Come Legend 1, with the right boosts allocation, all the major EASHL stats can be nearly maxed out. All stats not listed are set to default due to the absolute useless nature of them.

All the little things after those major categories are just personal preference and belief.

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03-18-2014, 02:15 PM
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Grinder is by far the best build when it comes to being a winger imo. I'm a legend 3 now and I absolutely love my build. One of the fastest players on the ice but I can still crush just about everyone with big hits (except big goon dmen). I'm a legend 3 right now but the same principles pretty much apply for any decent card level. I can post later if anyone is interested.

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03-18-2014, 03:30 PM
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I have mixed opinions about durability, but I am always injured so.

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03-18-2014, 06:19 PM
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Now, I think I'm starting to feel a slight drop in offensive attributes. Maybe it's just a string of bad games for me, but I feel like I'm having more trouble making and receiving passes lately.

Gonna put my stats back to the way they were and see if anything changes or if it's just all in my head.

Edit: One thing I can be 100% sure of is OA has minimal, if any, effect on deking. Loose puck dekes are easier (or at the very least, equally easy) with DK at 90 and OA at 65 than with DK at 85 and OA at 90(+).


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03-19-2014, 12:52 AM
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6'3 195, 89 spd/agi/acc, PLY = Geno Malkin on EASHL.

Our team could beat anyone on here, msg me 2 play.

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