*User team picked as Everett as I believed they had the least chance to move on.*
*All rules were same as real life, Injuries, continuous Overtime, everything.*
*Only flaw about this is Roster's aren't 100% updated, they're as updated as EA made them but not right not in WHL updated. For example Ferland isn't on Saskatoon and Dieno isn't on the Rebels. And some players Overall's weren't given justice, lol.*
Edmonton Oil Kings (1) VS. Kootenay Ice (8) - Edmonton wins series 4-1.
Saskatoon Blades (2) VS. Medicine Hat Tigers (7) -Saskatoon wins series 4-1
Calgary Hitmen (3) VS. Swift Current Bronscos (6) - Calgary wins series 4-3.
Red Deer Rebels (4) VS. Prince Albert Raiders (5) - Prince Albert wins series 4-1.
Portland Winterhawks (1) VS. Everett Silvertips (8) - Everett wins series 4-3.
Kelowna Rockets (2) VS. Seattle Thunderbirds (7) - Seattle wins series 4-3.
Kamloops Blazers (3) VS. Victoria Royals (6) - Kamloopswins series 4-3.
Spokane Cheifs (4) VS. Tri-City Americans (5) - Spokane wins series 4-0.
Edmonton Oil Kings (1) VS. Prince Albert Raiders (5) - Edmonton wins series 4-1.
Saskatoon Blades (2) VS. Calgary Hitmen (3) - Saskatoon wins series 4-0
Kamloops Blazers (3) VS. Everett Silvertips (8) - Kamloops wins series 4-2.
Spokane Cheifs (4) VS. Seattle Thunderbirds (7) - Seattle wins series 4-2.
Eastern Conference Semi-Finals:
Edmonton Oil Kings (1) VS. Saskatoon Blades (2) - Edmonton wins series 4-3.
Edmonton Oil Kings (1) VS. Kamloops Blazers (3) - Edmonton wins series 4-1.
WHL Ed Chynoweth Champions:
Edmonton Oil Kings
They also had St. Croix pegged as the WHL playoff point leader with 32 and Brossoit leading in wins with 14. Brossoit came in 2nd for both GAA and SV%. Laurikainen of the Broncos finished in 1st for both.
So even with a Game Simulation it looks like it's yet again inevitable.
I could believe the East side of the Playoffs, or most of it but the West seamed wrong, lol. But in everyone else's defense Edmonton is a good team. Not but in all seriousness there roster is one of the most correct to live roster's right now.
I've seen Portland play a few times this season vs Seattle & Everett and I can't see how they aren't favored to win it all. They've made both Seattle area teams look like peewees but then in other games Seattle/Everett look normal against other WHL teams.
So Brendan Leipsec finishes tied for the WHL scoring lead with teammate Nic Petan. I am really hoping that Leipsec gets a serious look for the WJHC this year. He plays with a lot of heart and grit and is obviously quite offensively gifted. Regarding Petan, if I was the coach, providing both of these guys continue to be hot, they have to be considered to be on a top line for Canada.