Anyone can join, looking for committed people obviously since it's for years in the game with drafts, etc.
We'll decide when the game comes out if we want to start the league then or wait until the first roster update has come out around October, doesn't really matter to me.
If there's A lot of interest teams are able to have up to 24 people on one team, so I could control all of Toronto myself, be the coach, gm, and all the players or if you wanted you could have one person set as your GM, one set as your coach and a few players on the same team.
A Lot of combinations are available for this, right now just looking for people who want to control the team themselves then once that's done we'll see if more people want to join and you can decide on your own if you'd like more people to join your team or not.
Chicago - Reim Job (Bmastro888)
Los Angeles -
New Jersey -
NY Islanders -
NY Rangers - Terrence(
San Jose -
St. Louis - RaskY(
Tampa Bay -
Toronto - TheGreatOne11(UltimatePunch-72)
P.S- Never done a link before or anything so my apology's if it doesn't work or if it's the wrong link, it's suppose to take you to an NHL 13 interview about the new GM mode.
Last edited by TheGreatOne11: 07-24-2012 at 05:25 PM.
Also RaskY information on the new mode is still coming out, but if you click the link it'll tell you exactly what I know about it so far.
Basically just a much improved version of Be a GM in NHL 12 and online. You control your whole team, drafting, trading, playing, coaching and also you have the option of sharing your team with other people.
Meaning you and me could both be in control of Toronto and play together online and individually make trades for our team as well.
hope that helped, if not no worries tons of time to get the idea and this is just the beginning all the information isn't even out yet so no worries
Wow that sounds pretty awesome. So we would be playing against eachother in a league ? And okay, I'll post my PSN in a bit because it's been a long time since I made it and it has a number and a letter in the first to to form a B, but I can't seem to remember whether it's a I3 or l3.