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02-04-2013, 02:49 AM
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The Avalanche went 38-33-11 in my third season, clinching the final playoff spot in the Western Conference.

In the first round Colorado upset the President Trophy winning Chicago Blackhawks 4-2, despite an injury to Semyon Varlamov (36 wins) that forced Henrik Karlsson (2 wins) into action; shades of Fuhr/Casey '96.

In the second round, Colorado lost to the 3rd Seeded San Jose Sharks 4-3, despite Semyon Varlamov returning for game 7. Matt Duchene led the Avalanche in playoff goals (5) and assists (5) in 13 games. In the off-season, the Avalanche re-signed me as GM for another four seasons.

The Philadelphia Flyers ended up winning the Stanley Cup over the Sharks (4-1). Ilya Bryzgalov won the Conn Smythe Trophy.

Going into 2015-2016:

Gabriel Landeskog (85) Patrick Kane (87) P.A. Parenteau (81)
Curtis Glencross (80) Matt Duchene (85) Steve Downie (80)
Andy McDonald (80) Derek Brassard (82) Viktor Stalberg (79)
Jamie McGinn (78) Nik Antropov (79) Chuck Kobasew (77)
Cameron Gaunce (84) Erik Johnson (89)
Brian Campbell (83) Tyler Myers (88)
Tyson Barrie (78) Stefan Elliott (83)
Semyon Varlamov (85)
Brian Elliott (80)

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02-04-2013, 04:48 AM
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5-star potential as apart of your draft report?

or 5-star after they were drafted?

Keep in mind the stars you see in your scouting report can occasionally be wrong.

That's amazing if they were legit though. I've never seen anything like that before.

PRetty much every goalie drafted in the first round, regardless of top 5 or top 10 etc., always seems to need a good few seasons before they are anywhere near close to the NHL.
I've still never seen a damn five star guy.

Do you guys just see who the top picks are and check them out once the draft ends?

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02-04-2013, 06:00 AM
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I've still never seen a damn five star guy.

Do you guys just see who the top picks are and check them out once the draft ends?
I note all the players that were drafted in the first round and check them out afterwards (and type it in here).

Best I've seen is 4.5 green stars.


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5-star potential as apart of your draft report?

or 5-star after they were drafted?

Keep in mind the stars you see in your scouting report can occasionally be wrong.

That's amazing if they were legit though. I've never seen anything like that before.

PRetty much every goalie drafted in the first round, regardless of top 5 or top 10 etc., always seems to need a good few seasons before they are anywhere near close to the NHL.
After the draft i looked them up. Also after one season to see how much they have grown.

Unfortunately i can't tell the difference between green and yellow stars. EA has to do something so colorblind can tell that i suppose.

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After the draft i looked them up. Also after one season to see how much they have grown.

Unfortunately i can't tell the difference between green and yellow stars. EA has to do something so colorblind can tell that i suppose.
THIS!

Unless it's a list of potential, where the green stars noticeably stick out from the gold, I don't hardly notice the difference either (ie. free agents).

But yeah - I often check the top 5 or top 10 picks.

I go through team's trade blocks and trade assets at least 3 or 4 times a season so I have a good idea of what players are out there with value and potential, including recent drafts.

Question - Has anyone drafted Joshua Hu-Sang in the 2014 draft? I got him at 11, not sure how he develops

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I've seen 3 players that were 4.5 Green Stars upon drafted(MacKinnon, Jones, and a CPU generated guy in like year 2016). I've also seen a 5 yellow star goalie, who was like 56 overall on draft day, but in 2 seasons was a 93 and maxed at 96. I also drafted a RW Two way forward number 1 overall(traded 2 good prospects for the pick) in like 2018 that was 5 green stars. He was 82 on draft day, 92 after the first season, and is currently 96 in his second year in the league. Some of the prospects can get out of hand quickly. He's going to ask for like 13 million next offseason lol.

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Colorado went 37-40-5 in my second season and finished 27th in the NHL, a slight improvement over the previous year's 32-39-11 record. Once again, I have no first round pick, which was a part of the Tyler Myers deal.

The New York Islanders defeated the Vancouver Canucks 4-1, with John Tavares winning the Conn Smythe Trophy.

If Colorado doesn't make the playoffs in 2014-2015, I'm guessing I'll be fired.

That's why you turn GM Firing OFF!

Haha, learn for next time.

It sucks doing all that work, and having a decent long term plan in place, and then all of a sudden getting fired because the game doesn't deem you doing a good enough job.

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That's why you turn GM Firing OFF!

Haha, learn for next time.

It sucks doing all that work, and having a decent long term plan in place, and then all of a sudden getting fired because the game doesn't deem you doing a good enough job.
Yeah, I definitely always turn it off. In a game so void of customization options, the last thing I want is to be told I can't even use the team I want anymore.

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I'm with you guys on the colourblind thing. Very annoying. Bad enough that in everyday life I'm forced to tell the difference between two very different things spereated by a frigging hair on the colour spectrum. Now I have to do it on NHL!!

And yeah, I always turn off GM firing. Nothing more annoying than building a solid team for 5-7 years and getting fired.

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MID-SEASON REPORT: COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS
January 4, 2016

The start of the 2015-2016 campaign can be described as successful for the Blue Jackets. The team is currently occupying the #5 seed in the Western Conference with a 20-12-9 record and looks to be firmly in the mix for a playoff spot in April. Some experts have pointed to the 21 losses, 9 of which were in overtime or a shootout, as an indication that the team isn't as good as their position in the standings would have one believe.

"I think that's a glass half full, glass half empty situation," said GM Mackenzie. "You can look at it as we lost those close games, but you can also look at it like if we did a couple things differently, we could have won those games. I'm inclined to believe that we'll learn from those games and better results will follow."

A major area of concern for the Blue Jackets this season has been goaltending. Neither goaltender has performed well, resulting in the 24th most goals against in the league on a per game basis.

Derick Brassard has led the team in scoring, compiling 12 goals and 19 assists through the first 41 games, putting him on pace for what would be a career high 62 points. The back end, however, have been the real stars offensively. Columbus is the only team that has at least 6 defenders with double-digit points led by Jack Johnson with 26.

Rookie Ryan Pulock has been exceptional so far this year with 19 points through 40 games to go along with a +5 rating. The young defender offers solid play at both ends of the rink and found himself on the top powerplay unit alongside Jack Johnson. Unfortunately, it's extremely unlikely that a Calder Memorial Trophy will be in his hands in June considering #1 overall pick Sergej Fedorov has been ripping up the league alongside Sidney Crosby to the tune of 6 goals and 38 assists through the first 41 games. Crosby leads the league in scoring by a country mile with 30 goals and 32 assists, putting him on pace for 60 goals and 124 points.

2015-2016 Columbus Blue Jackets: Mid-Season Summary
Record20-12-9 (49 points, 7th)
Goals For2.80/game (11th)
Goals Against2.90/game (24th)
Power Play Efficiency13.2% (27th)
Penalty Kill Efficiency85.1% (12th)

Individual Statistics
PLAYERGPGAP+/-PIM
Derick Brassard41121931+910
Jack Johnson4152126-142
Cam Atkinson3191524+68
R.J. Umberger3981321+1934
Artem Anisimov3951520-212
James Wisniewski4151520-339
Ryan Pulock4031619+54
Matt Calvert4110818-68
Brandon Dubinsky4161016E43
Ryan Murray4151116+821
Maksim Mayorov417815-26
Jared Boll416713+2119
Tomas Kubalik217411-14
Fedor Tyutin393811+112
Derek Dorsett416511+599
David Savard411910+62
Nick Foligno32459-140
Ryan Johansen26437-52
Colton Gillies39516E34
Cody Goloubef13033E2
Nikita Nikitin8101E13
Oliver Gabriel1000+10
GOALTENDERRECORDGAASV%SO
Sergei Bobrovsky15-8-62.5891.8%1
Steve Mason5-4-32.5991.3%0

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My Nhl 13 Dynasty 4 years in with the Edmonton Oilers, been simming mostly. Won the cup in my second year!


Yakupov 85 RNH 89 Eberle 86

Hall 85 Gagner 82 Hemsky 82

Rassumen 79 Lander 79 Hartikainen 83

Pitlick 77 Horcoff 79 Ralja 79


Whitney 86 J.Schultz 87

Petry 84 N. Schultz 83

Peckham 81 Teubert 81

Holtby 85

O. Roy 80

Prospects
j. ho sang 70 four yellow star
o. Klefbom 71 four yellow star
M. Domi 68 four 1/2 yellow star
Bentkl 65 four green star

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Hey guys, started reading this thread a bit and wanted to join in. Recently started a random team be a gm. Ended up with Minnesota. Im currently in the 2nd season. First season I made the playoffs and got eliminated in round 1. The cup went to St. Louis.

Im using operationsports nhl13 player ratings system so theyre a little different than the default rating.

Picked up Morrisey and Duclair (5th, 17th) in the draft. I got the 5th pick from Washington who traded their first for a D prospect I had (Daniel Gunnarsson) early in the season. Trade looks like a disaster for Washington so far. Gunnarsson had mid 50s OV with 4star yellow potential and high trade value. Morrisey was drafted with 70 OV 4.5 star yellow.

Its just after the trade deadline, and Im playing with injuries on (for the first time in a long long looooong time) Too many injuries even though I have the slider at 0. Current roster is

Parise (89) O. Jokinen (84) Jagr (81)
Heatley (79) Granlund (78) Clutterbuck (83)
Condra (67) Brodziak (77) Fontaine (68)
Powe (61) Konopka (61) Boguniecki (68)

Suter (87) Gilbert (79)
Timonen (85) Robidas (82)
Scandella (72) Brodin (64)

Backstrom (85)
Gustaffson (74)

Had to make a few moves because of injuries. Got Timonen for Harding and a 2nd. Jagr for picks. Jokinen for Setoguchi and a pick. Setoguchi was very disappointing. He had something like 30 points in a season and a half despite staying healthy.

Currently injured: Christensen (41points in 56games), Koivu (57p in 54games), Kampfer (23p in 45games), spurgeon (28p in 39games!!!) All these guys are at least 6 weeks away from playing. If I can survive long enough to get these guys back sometime in the playoffs, I probably have a chance to win it all.

Im just trying to cope with injuries but I have decent depth players/AHL guys that can fill in. Current record is 33-29-4. Granlund is disappointing but still young. Cant put up points despite high offensive attributes and no matter what line hes on.
If I can survive long enough to get these guys back sometime in the playoffs, I probably have a chance to win it all.

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That's why you turn GM Firing OFF!

Haha, learn for next time.

It sucks doing all that work, and having a decent long term plan in place, and then all of a sudden getting fired because the game doesn't deem you doing a good enough job.
In fairness to the game, I would've deserved to be fired if we didn't make the playoffs. I mean...look at that crappy roster. Viktor Stalberg on the second line? You gotta be kidding me!

I pigeon holed myself and lost track of what I was trying to accomplish and my team is a mess. But I'm going to tough it out, haha.

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Colorado went 40-34-8 in my fourth season, which was good for only 11th in the Western Conference.

In light of my failures, I've decided to step down as GM only a year into my new contract, as I've left this club in shambles. Shades of Francois Giguere. Forgive me, Avalanche fans.

Career Record as GM: 142-146-35
Playoffs: 7-6

Final Roster:

Daniel Sedin (91) Patrick Kane (87) P.A. Parenteau (81)
Gabriel Landeskog (85) Matt Duchene (85) Steve Downie (80)
Andy McDonald (80) Derek Brassard (82) Viktor Stalberg (79)
Curtis Glencross (80) Nik Antropov (79) Chuck Kobasew (77)
Cameron Gaunce (84) Erik Johnson (89)
Brian Campbell (83) Tyler Myers (88)
Tyson Barrie (79) Stefan Elliott (83)
Semyon Varlamov (85)
Brian Elliott (80)

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In fairness to the game, I would've deserved to be fired if we didn't make the playoffs. I mean...look at that crappy roster. Viktor Stalberg on the second line? You gotta be kidding me!

I pigeon holed myself and lost track of what I was trying to accomplish and my team is a mess. But I'm going to tough it out, haha.
The problem w/ GM firing is if you actually make a good team, the expectations are so astronomically high that you're guaranteed to be fired.

For example, if you get the dreaded 59 win, Stanley Cup Finals expectation, you'll get fired if you don't win the cup every year (assuming you're simming).

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Despite my massive incompetence that destroyed the Colorado Avalanche franchise, I'm going to take a bigger challenge in trying to bring the Stanley Cup to Toronto, and Canada in general.

In my first year, Toronto finished the season 36-33-13, good enough for 12th in the Eastern Conference. Over the course of the season a lot of valuable pieces were shipped out, such as Mikhail Grabovski (82), Cody Franson (79), and both of Toronto's 1st round picks in 2013 and 2014.

New Jersey won the Stanley Cup beating Edmonton 4-3 in the Finals, with Marty Brodeur winning the Conn Smythe Trophy.

Going into season two, the Leafs roster is as follows:

James van Riemsdyk (85) Nazem Kadri (81) Phil Kessel (88)
Joffrey Lupul (84) Olli Jokinen (80) Bobby Ryan (86)
Ryane Clowe (82) Jay McClement (78) Matt Frattin (84)
Colin Greening (75) Joe Colbourne (77) Carter Ashton (75)
Dion Phaneuf (89) John-Michael Liles (85)
Jake Gardiner (85) Andrew Ference (84)
Rob Scuderi (80) Mike Komisarek (77)
Tomas Vokoun (87)
Dan Ellis (76)

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Decided to scrap my short attempt of a fantasy draft, just found the imbalance too great!

So starting again, once again with the Colorado Avalanche, but this time as normal.


Here's my starting line-up for the season (fairly standard to begin with, only exception is that Ryan O'Reilly has signed):

Forwards
Gabriel Landeskog - 82 Paul Stastny - 85 PA Parenteau - 82
Milan Hejduk - 78 Matt Duchene - 85 Steve Downie - 81
Jamie McGinn - 78 Ryan O'Reilly - 82 David Jones - 78
Cody McCleod - 72 John Mitchell - 74 Chuck Kobasew - 78

Defence
Jan Hejda - 81 Erik Johnson - 85
Greg Zanon - 78 Shane O'Brien - 77
Ryan Wilson - 76 Ryan O'Byrne - 76

Goaltenders
Semyon Varlamov - 81
JS Gigure - 76

October Report

Record: 5-4-0
Position: 2nd in Northwest Division - 5th in Western Conference - 12th in NHL

Started off well going 4-1 in our first 5 games, however a slight dip in form dropped us down to 5-4 after the first month of the season. Leading the way so far is captain Gabriel Landeskog who has 4 goals and 2 assists in 9 games. My third line of O'Reilly, McGinn and Jones haven't been performing however, with a total of 4 points (all from O'Reilly) and a combined -12 rating. Might have to change that up!

Name GP G A PTS PIMS +/-
G. Landeskog 9 4 2 6 4 +1
R. Wilson 9 2 4 6 10 +1
P. Stastny 9 2 4 6 0 +4
S. Downie 9 1 4 5 20 +1
M. Duchene 9 1 4 5 0 Even
R. O'Reilly 9 2 2 4 8 -2
J. Mitchell 9 1 3 4 2 +3
C. McCleod 9 1 3 4 4 +3
P. Parenteau 9 2 1 3 0 +1
C. Kobasew 9 1 2 3 0 +3
M. Hejduk 9 1 1 2 0 -1
J. Hejda 9 0 2 2 8 +2
E. Johnson 7 1 0 1 10 +3
G. Zanon 8 0 1 1 8 -1
R. O'Byrne 9 0 1 1 9 -2
M. Olver 1 0 0 0 0 Even
M. Hunwick 2 0 0 0 0 Even
D. Jones 9 0 0 0 0 -6
J. McGinn 9 0 0 0 5 -4
S. O'Brien 9 0 0 0 15 +2

Name GP W L OTL GAA Sav%
S. Varlamov 8 5 3 0 1.66 94.84
J. Giguere 2 0 1 0 3.52 88.24

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November Report

Record: 11-11-0 (6-7-0 for the month)
Position: 4th in Northwest Division - 11th in Western Conference - 21st in NHL

Ouch, lost the first 5 games of the month before putting together a slightly better end to the month. Despite our conference position we are only 4 points away from 5th so at the moment its very clogged up!

Star performers for the month purely because of their October effort is Ryan O'Reilly and David Jones. Between them they put up 9 goals and 16 points. Still lacking production from line-mate Jamie McGinn however, who only has 2 points from the first 22 games.

O'Reilly joins Landeskog as the top points scorer, both with 7 goals and 6 assists.

In net Varlamov is playing very well so far, with a GAA below 2 and a save percentage above 93%. Giguere's numbers have also improved.

Name GP G A PTS PIMS +/-
G. Landeskog 22 7 6 13 10 +1
R. O'Reilly 22 7 6 13 18 -2
P. Stastny 22 6 5 11 0 +5
S. Downie 22 4 7 11 49 -2
M. Duchene 22 1 10 11 0 -2
P. Parenteau 22 5 4 9 4 +5
D. Jones 22 4 3 7 0 -2
R. Wilson 22 2 5 7 25 +3
C. McCleod 20 2 4 6 8 +1
C. Kobasew 22 2 4 6 4 +3
J. Mitchell 22 1 4 5 4 Even
J. Hejda 22 0 5 5 12 -2
E. Johnson 14 2 3 5 14 +5
G. Zanon 20 1 2 3 26 -1
M. Hejduk 15 1 1 2 0 -3
J. McGinn 22 1 1 2 13 -2
S. O'Brien 15 0 2 2 30 +2
R. O'Byrne 19 0 2 2 11 -2
T. Barrie 4 0 1 1 0 -2
M. Hunwick 10 0 1 1 0 -1
M. Sgarbossa 2 0 0 0 0 Even
M. Olver 13 0 0 0 0 -3

Name GP W L OTL GAA Sav%
S. Varlamov 16 8 7 0 1.93 93.65
J. Giguere 8 3 4 0 3.05 90.38

Minor Watch
For the Lake-Erie Monsters in the AHL Bryan Lerg has led the way, with the left-winger picking up 10 goals and 14 assists in 20 games. He has been well supported by right-wing David Van Der Gulik (9G + 11A) and defenceman Stefan Elliot (6G + 12A) so far this season.

Trade
At the end of the month I decided to make some changes as some guys weren't performing. I've brought back former Avalanche forward Daniel Winnik in exchange for Jamie McGinn. Both play similar roles however I just haven't had enough from McGinn when his other line-mates have began to contribute to the score sheet.

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Midseason Report

Record: 26-18-2
Position: 3rd in Northwest Division - 6th in Western Conference - 12th in NHL

A really solid last couple of months for the Avs, with December and January up to the All-Star Game garnering 15-7-2 record, has put the Avs in a solid position in the conference, currently in 6th, 5 points ahead of 9th placed Nashville.

Goaltending has been the key for the Avs with both Varlamov and Giguere playing fantastically well. Also youngster Calvin Pickard has had some action in goal due to an injury to Varlamov and has certainly impressed the staff, showing he's got a good future ahead of him.

The Avs main concern at the moment is their scoring, as well there isn't a lot of it. 2nd in the League for goals against (102) however they are 29th for goals for (102), with only St. Louis scoring fewer goals (100). The team have got to step it up offensively, and perhaps a trade or two might be the answer.

The offensive problems don't help as well when the team are 28th in the league on the powerplay (13.6%).

In terms of scoring Paul Stastny leads the team with 15 goals and is tied for first with PA Parenteau in scoring (27 points). A returning Daniel Winnik has helped improve the third lines fortunes scoring 9 points and being a +7 since rejoining the Avalanche.

Name GP G A PTS PIM +/-
P. Stastny 46 15 12 27 4 +4
P. Parenteau 46 12 15 27 14 +7
G. Landeskog 46 9 15 24 36 E
S. Downie 46 8 14 22 77 -4
M. Duchene 46 7 15 22 4 +1
R. O'Reilly 46 10 10 20 26 -3
D. Jones 46 9 7 16 0 +1
E. Johnson 31 4 8 12 20 +6
C. Kobasew 45 5 7 12 4 +6
D. Winnik 46 3 9 12 0 -4
J. Hejda 41 1 9 10 22 +2
J. Mitchell 46 1 9 10 8 E
R. Wilson 38 2 7 9 50 +6
M. Hejduk 39 4 4 8 4 -5
G. Zanon 44 1 6 7 64 -1
R. O'Byrne 43 0 6 6 31 +3
C. McCleod 20 2 4 6 8 +1
M. Olver 37 4 1 5 4 -3
M. Hunwick 30 2 3 5 6 -1
T. Barrie 12 0 3 3 2 -4
S. O'Brien 31 0 3 3 51 E
M. Sgarbossa 3 0 0 0 0 -1

Name GP W L OTL GAA Sav% SO
C. Pickard 2 1 0 0 0.00 100.00 1
S. Varlamov 33 17 13 1 2.06 93.29 6
J. Giguere 15 8 5 0 2.33 92.72 2

Minor Watch
Bryan Lerg continues to lead the Lake-Erie Monsters in points, tallying 15 goals and 22 assists in 43 games so far this season. He shares the team lead in goals alongside Mike Connolly and Bill Thomas, and is tied for second in assists with Joey Hishon. Defenceman Stefan Elliot leads that category with 23, and is easily the highest scoring defenceman in the team, scoring 32 points so far.

Trade
In an attempt to get a little more offensively the Avalanche done a deal with the Winnipeg Jets which sent their captain Andrew Ladd over to the Avs in exchange for Matt Hunwick and a 3rd round draft pick in the 2014 draft. Ladd currently has 8 goals and 20 assists on the season, already making him the top scorer for the Avs.

All-Star Game
Paul Stastny and Semyon Varlamov were selected to participate in the 2013 All-Star Game, both selected to play for the Blue team.


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How long do most people play a day? It seems like time flies and I don't get far when I'm playing.

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February Report

Record: 29-27-5
Position: 5th in Northwest Division - 9th in Western Conference - 18th in NHL
Oh dear... Lost 11 out of the last 12 games, and we have slipped to bottom of the Northwest, and are currently out of the playoffs.

However we decided to act and Anaheim approached us with Corey Perry, in return they wanted 2 draft picks in this year's draft. We felt it was a safe trade, considering the depth of young talent we have in the squad, and along with already just signing Andrew Ladd, Perry would provide some scoring which we have lacked.

Perry certainly has made an impact with the Avs. Overall this season Perry has 20 goals and 28 assists. Paul Stastny continues to lead the team in goals, with 21.

Name GP G A PTS PIM +/-
C. Perry 59 20 28 48 58 +1
P. Stastny 61 21 17 38 6 +3
A. Ladd 59 9 27 36 48 -8
P. Parenteau 56 15 19 34 16 +8
M. Duchene 61 12 21 33 4 -8
G. Landeskog 61 12 21 33 42 -2
R. O'Reilly 61 13 17 30 36 -2
S. Downie 61 11 18 29 87 -9
D. Jones 61 10 10 20 0 E
D. Winnik 60 6 10 16 2 -4
E. Johnson 38 4 11 15 24 +6
J. Hejda 56 1 14 15 32 -7
C. Kobasew 58 6 8 14 4 +1
J. Mitchell 61 3 10 13 8 -4
R. Wilson 53 2 8 10 74 +3
G. Zanon 59 1 8 9 70 -8
S. O'Brien 44 0 3 3 51 -2
R. O'Byrne 58 0 6 6 31 E
M. Hejduk 40 4 4 8 4 -5
M. Olver 51 4 1 5 4 -9
C. McCleod 20 2 4 6 8 +1
A. Stralman 19 2 2 4 0 -3
T. Barrie 18 0 3 3 2 -5
S. Elliot 6 1 2 3 2 +2
M. Sgarbossa 3 0 0 0 0 -1

Name GP W L OTL GAA Sav% SO
C. Pickard 2 1 0 0 0.00 100.00 1
S. Varlamov 45 19 21 1 2.36 92.32 6
J. Giguere 19 9 6 1 2.37 92.56 3

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How long do most people play a day? It seems like time flies and I don't get far when I'm playing.
I usually play about 2-3 hours when I get the chance to pop in NHL '13. I do tend to play more than that on the weekends though.

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Name GP W L OTL GAA Sav% SO
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S. Varlamov 45 19 21 1 2.36 92.32 6
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Definitely doesn't look like goaltending is an issue. Thinking of sticking with Varlamov?

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Is anyone ever listed in the scouting central as more then a top 5?

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Every time I sit down to play, I knock out an entire season. I only sim, and the simming on PS3 is slower than death, but it still usually takes me about an hour and a half from one preseason, to the next.

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