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02-16-2013, 02:05 PM
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Devils Finish 2017-18 Season on a Positive Note

Despite being an abysmal team all year, after the trade deadline, the New Jersey Devils went 10 - 5 in their last 15 games. The winning should help the young team's confidence, and it pleased the fans. The Devils finished 36-38-8, for 80 points. They are tied for fifth last in the league with Buffalo, so they should receive a high draft pick.

Rookie forward Mikhail Grigorenko led the team with 27 goals, and Patrick Kane had the most points with 64. Here are the individual stats for the whole team:

Player StatsForwards

Patrick Kane - 24 goals, 40 assists, 64 points, -20
Hunter Shinkaruk - 20 goals, 41 assists, 61 points, -14
Marian Hossa - 23 goals, 36 assists, 59 points, +11
Sam Reinhart*** - 15 goals, 44 assists, 59 points, +1
Adam Henrique - 11 goals, 34 assists, 45 points, -6
Mikhail Grigorenko - 27 goals, 18 assists, 45 points, -10
William Karlsson - 15 goals, 27 assists, 42 points, -13
Jacob Josefson - 11 goals, 8 assists, 19 points, -11
Patrick Koys - 8 goals, 10 assists, 18 points, -7
Justin Hodgman - 7 goals, 11 assists, 18 points, -6
Mika Zibanejad - 8 goals, 8 assists, 16 points, -7
Igor Skvortsov - 5 goals, 10 assists, -2

Defensemen

Warren McElhinney*** - 9 goals, 24 assists, 33 points, +14
Dougie Hamilton - 7 goals, 21 assists, 28 points, -21
Christopher Tanev - 7 goals, 20 assists, 27 points, -18
Michael Sauer - 3 goals, 18 assists, 21 points, -4
Carl Gunnarsson - 5 goals, 9 assists, 14 points, +13
Alexander Urbom - 2 goals, 3 assists, 5 points, +9

Goaltenders

Spencer Martin - 66 GP, 32-26-2, 2.38 GAA, 0.922%
Leland Irving - 19 GP, 4-12-2, 3.33 GAA, 0.896%


*** indicates player acquired mid-season


The Devils did not name a new captain after the Adam Larsson trade, but are expected to during the offseason. Marian Hossa, Hunter Shinkaruk, and Dougie Hamilton wore "A"s on their sweaters after Larsson was traded.

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Another Mixed Week for the Senators, Although Karlsson Returns

Erik Karlsson is expected to return to the Sens' line-up for their next game against Phoenix


The boys are back in town.

Finally, after another rough 3 game stretch, Sens phenom Erik Karlsson is expected to return from injury, and not soon enough. Beginning their latest stretch at 3-3-0-0, Ottawa kicked things off with a hard-fought 2-0 loss against East-leading Pittsburgh, with back-up Ben Bishop doing his best to stop 46 shots, 11 from Sidney Crosby alone. With the sting still ringing from the 9-1 loss against Dallas, Ottawa then travelled to New York to try and stop the tide against the Rangers. Craig Anderson struggled early in the 1st, allowing 3 goals, and the Sens couldn't rebound, dropping that game 3-2.

Ottawa didn't go far for their next game against the Islanders, and Sens mainstay Chris Neil lit the spark. Neil dropped the gloves with Jesse Joensuu early in the 1st, only to drop them with him again his next shift on the ice, giving Ottawa some energy it has desperately needed. Kyle Turris would have a 3 point night in leading Ottawa to a 5-2 win and a 4-5-0-0 record.

Immediately after the game, Sens management announced a minor trade, sending Jordan Fransoo to Columbus for a 5th round pick in 2013.

Around the League

The league's notable players continue to drop like flies. Vancouver's Manny Malholtra will miss 2 months with a broken leg, Boston's Patrice Bergeron is out until Christmas with a broken foot, Buffalo's Cody Hodgson is out for 2-3 months after his arm was deeply cut by a skate, and Edmonton's Taylor Hall is out for 2-3 months with a severe MCL sprain.

10 games in, Daniel Sedin has the early lead in the hunt for the Rocket Richard with 9 goals, ahead of Malkin wth 8, and Gaborik and Nash with 7. Sedin also has a 5 point lead with 19 over brother Henrik for the league lead in points.

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Jackets Make a Pair of Trades
December 3, 2012

The Columbus Blue Jackets have announced two trades.

The first deal sees defender Adrian Aucoin sent to the Boston Bruins. The Jackets receive a 2013 2nd round pick back.

The second deal sees centers Colton Gillies and Cody Bass and defender Dalton Prout sent to the Calgary Flames in exchange for centers Paul Byron and Lance Bouma and a 2014 7th round pick.

Brown on the two deals: "We had heard a lot of teams express interest in Adrian and at the time, we were suffering a few too many injuries to make the deal. With the emergence of David Savard on the blue line though, I felt comfortable pulling the trigger on a deal. We wish Adrian the best of luck in Boston."

"We have been in contact with Calgary frequently over the last few weeks trying to set up a deal that would work for both sides. They had expressed interest in Colton and we like Lance Bouma and we wanted to get something together before Christmas. Getting Paul Byron back gives us some depth at center and down in Springfield, and adding a pick gives us some flexibility down the road."

The Jackets are 10-7-5, currently sitting 7th in the Western Conference.

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Another Mixed Week for the Senators, Although Karlsson Returns

Would opportunities continue to slip past the Senators?


Ottawa's first game against Phoenix almost wasn't fair.

For the most part, the Senators dictated every aspect of this entire game with Spezza and Karlsson back in the line-up, proving relentless in the Phoenix zone. With nearly double the time in the offensive zone than the Coyotes, a dozen more hits, and a rare show of discipline by taking just one penalty, Ottawa was giving their fans hope. However, 31 times they fired at Mike Smith and 31 times he pushed them away, including 5 times in a power play to end the 3rd and send the game into overtime. OT proved no difference with Smith turning away 10 more Sens shots, including 6 more on another power play, until Milan Michalek streaked in with Karlsson and blasted a gorgeous snapshot past a sprawling Smith for a 1-0 win that tested the team's mettle after nearly being frustrated out of a win where they outshot their opponents 41-10.


Michalek welcomes Karlsson back with an OT winner against Phoenix

Ottawa then entertained Anaheim in Scotiabank Place. Kyle Palmeiri scored for Anaheim in the first while Marc Methot blasted his first of the year in the 2nd to send the game into the 3rd tied at 1. Ottawa had a huge boost after killing a penalty early in the 3rd, culminating in another blast from the point beating the Anaheim netminder, this time from Zack Smith. However, the Sens could not hold onto the lead for long, when the Senators took another dumb penalty and gave Teemu Selanne the chance to capitalize just 2 minutes later to tie the game back up at 2. The rest of the 3rd solved nothing, and Ottawa went into OT for the second straight night. Both teams had a crack at the power play but could muster only one shot each, ending the game in a 2-2 draw.

By the time the Rangers came to town, the Sens magic seemed to be back. Guillaume Latendresse brought himself from AHL bubble player to team leading scorer by burying 4 goals behind Lundqvist, and although Anderson was not at his finest, letting in 3 goals that all should have been kept out of the back of the net, Lats' effort was more than enough to secure a 6-3 win and a far better 6-5-0-1 record.

Around the League

I played the Phoenix game: Anaheim and NYR were simulated.

Condra, Filatov, and Latendresse are tied for the team lead in goals with 4. Turris has yet to score in 12 games, although he does have 6 assists.

Neither Anderson (5-4-0, 2.96 GAA, .879%) nor Bishop (1-1-0, 2.78 GAA, .878%) have been outstanding.

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I am having a conflict of interest right now in my colorado GM.

My second line center for the past 3 seasons Morgan Klimchuk has performed well for me those last three seasons putting up 70, 71, and 69 point-seasons ans has led the team in points all those years. But now another pick from 2013 Max Domi is looking to be better than Klimchuk having some stats better than his and some the same. I'm in the offseason right now and I am not sure if I should do one of the following:

1. Trade Klimchuk for a good goalie
Klimchuk has been good with team but I would not be sad if I had to trade him since I will have a good replacement

2. Trade Domi for a good goalie
Same thing with Domi, I would like to keep him but I am in desperate need of a goalie, two that I might trade for are Jonathan Bernier (84 overall) and Zachary Fucale (84 overall) since both their respective teams have too many starters.

3. ????
If anyone else has any other ideas I'll be glad to listen

Here are the players that I would be willing to trade:

Max Domi, 25 years old, Center: 83 overall, RFA

Morgan Klimchuk, 25 years old, Center: 82 overall, 3.555m for 3 years

Ryan O'Reilly, 29 years old, Center: 83 overall, 4.250m for 5 years
(Note: O'Reilly just had an outstanding season on the third line posting 21 goals, 33 assists for a total of 54 points)

Jason Oshie, 20 years old, Center: 82 overall, 0.850m for 2 years
(Note: Just tore it up in his first AHL season with 45 points, 25 goals and 20 assists)

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Is there an issue with just keeping both?

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I am having a conflict of interest right now in my colorado GM.

My second line center for the past 3 seasons Morgan Klimchuk has performed well for me those last three seasons putting up 70, 71, and 69 point-seasons ans has led the team in points all those years. But now another pick from 2013 Max Domi is looking to be better than Klimchuk having some stats better than his and some the same. I'm in the offseason right now and I am not sure if I should do one of the following:

1. Trade Klimchuk for a good goalie
Klimchuk has been good with team but I would not be sad if I had to trade him since I will have a good replacement

2. Trade Domi for a good goalie
Same thing with Domi, I would like to keep him but I am in desperate need of a goalie, two that I might trade for are Jonathan Bernier (84 overall) and Zachary Fucale (84 overall) since both their respective teams have too many starters.

3. ????
If anyone else has any other ideas I'll be glad to listen

Here are the players that I would be willing to trade:

Max Domi, 25 years old, Center: 83 overall, RFA

Morgan Klimchuk, 25 years old, Center: 82 overall, 3.555m for 3 years

Ryan O'Reilly, 29 years old, Center: 83 overall, 4.250m for 5 years
(Note: O'Reilly just had an outstanding season on the third line posting 21 goals, 33 assists for a total of 54 points)

Jason Oshie, 20 years old, Center: 82 overall, 0.850m for 2 years
(Note: Just tore it up in his first AHL season with 45 points, 25 goals and 20 assists)
How much money does Domi want? I would lean towards trading Klimchuk to be honest.

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^^^ About the Colorado thing, If Domi isn't too expensive I would keep him and sacrifice Klimchuk for a goalie is you desperately need one.



Offseason Report


Draft: We lucked out and got the third overall pick when we should have had the sixth. I selected a 20 year old defensive defenseman from the Czech Republic named Bedrich Prokop... 65 overall 4 yellow stars. Pretty underwhelming for a third overall pick to be honest... I'll be happy if he turns into a solid second pairing guy though.

Free Agency: Didn't sign anyone.

Trades:
-Traded two 3rd round picks to Vancouver for Jay McClement (faceoff specialist, great penalty killer)

- Traded away Adam Henrique to Boston for a first round pick (I gave him a long-term $5.5 million contract at one point when he was 86 overall and still had 4 yellow stars... However he's now 83 overall w/ white stars and he hasn't been able to break 50 points in the last three seasons while playing with great linemates like Shinkaruk, Kane, Hossa, etc. Henrique is not worth his contract anymore and I'm hoping Stefan Matteau can play the second line next year.)

- Traded away Ilya Korolyuk + a 4th round pick for RJ Umberger from Columbus (Umberger will fill in for Henrique on the second line until someone like Matteau can fill that role. Matteau is 79 overall w/ 4 yellow stars, on the first line in the AHL. He has a really good shot. Koroyluk is not an important prospect to me, 64 overall sniper, 21 years old, 3.5 stars)

2018-19 Lineup:
Grigorenko (81) - Shinkaruk (85, A) - Kane (87)
Reinhart (86) - Umberger (84) - Hossa (85, C)
Karlsson (80) - Leivo** (82) - Koys (81)
Hodgman (77) - McClement (77) - Zibanejad (79)

McElhinney (86) - Hamilton (85, A)
Sauer (83) - Tanev (86)
Gunnarsson (81) - Urbom (79)

Martin (85)
Irving (84)

** indicates rookie skater

Igor Skvortsov (79 overall RW) has been demoted to Albany of the AHL. He impressed by breaking 30 points on the third line as a rookie two years ago, but was abysmal last season with only 15 points. His defensive category is not good enough to justify using him on the fourth line and there is no room for him on the third line.

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Well, the Devils swept the Oilers and won their 4th straight Cup. Need some drama in this game. Phil Kessel and his ridiculous orange hair won his second straight Conn Smythe.

Not much roster work to be done this year as most everyone was under contract or RFA.
I somehow got a 74 red 3.5 star sniper wing in the 3rd round of the draft. His offensive stats are already NHL ready at 19. If he's not a CHL player, I might bring him into the AHL right away.

Dunno how he slipped through with all of the other various 2 star garbage out there.

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They need a new roster update, its no fun knowing which prospects to draft and trade for. Anyone have a team that's a challenge to GM?

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They need a new roster update, its no fun knowing which prospects to draft and trade for. Anyone have a team that's a challenge to GM?
Substitute an Elitserien team, only ice a team of Swedish players. If you're up for a challenge

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Substitute an Elitserien team, only ice a team of Swedish players. If you're up for a challenge
How do you do that? I know that a lot of free agents are Swedish and progress fast after the first season.

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I'm not in the mood to make a big writeup about the 2018-19 season, so I'll just sum it up quickly:

- Made the playoffs as the third seed. 41-33-8, 90 points.
- All of our top-six forwards had bad years, Shinkaruk led the team with 61 points while Kane and Hossa tied for second with 54.
- At the trade deadline I acquired Alex Edler in exchange for Boston's 2019 1st, NJ's 2020 1st, and a goalie named Radek Reichel (70 overall, 3 stars)
- We lost in the first round of the playoffs to Washington, in 7 games.

Not a terrible year overall, I'm glad we returned to the playoffs. We struggled offensively all year, so hopefully that changes next season.

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Marian Hossa and RJ Umberger retired in the offseason, and I didn't sign any free agents.

2019-20 Lineup

Shinkaruk (85, A) - Reinhart (86) - Kane (87)
Matteau (83) - Karlsson (80) - Grigorenko (84)
Skvortsov (80) - Leivo (80) - Koys (81)
Hodgman (77) - McClement (76) - Zibanejad (79)

McElhinney (87) - Edler (88, A)
Tanev (87) - Hamilton (87, C)
Gunnarsson (81) - Sauer (83)

Martin (84)
Irving (84)

As you can see, Dougie Hamilton has been named captain and Shinkaruk and Edler will wear the A's. Karlsson is only 80 overall, but he has amazing puck skills and he put up 49 points on the third line last season, with powerplay time. I'm giving him the shot at a top-six role this year.

We kicked off the season with a 3-0 win over the Islanders in our home opener, with goals from Grigorenko, Shinkaruk, and Leivo.

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I just realized that one of my goalies has a goal

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Was thinking of doing something really challenging in bagm.
1) Find the best AHL team by overall talent and prospects
2)Substitute that AHL team's NHL team with a team in the Elitserien, CHL, etc.

Any suggestions on which team I should substitute? I have already decided on the Houston Aeros as my AHL team.

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I came up with my rules for this GM:
-my ahl team will be the Houston Aeros
-I will create a team to use as my main team
-I can pick one line (3 Forwards, 2 dmen, 1 goalie) of yound studs (Granlund, Huberdeau)
-the rest of the team is CHL players with potential

I will post the 23 players I choose in a bit

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St. Paul Blades
Centers-
Jonathan Drouin
Mikael Granlund (yound stud)
Nathan MacKinnon
Sam Reinhart
RW-
Adam Erne
Nikita Kucherov
Ty Rattie
Jordan Eberle (yound stud)
LW-
Jonathan Huberdeau (young stud)
Anthony Mantha
Hunter Shinkaruk
Anthony Duclair
D-
Aaron Ekblad
Seth Jones
Ryan Pulock
Ryan Murray
Dougie Hamilton (yound stud)
Justin Schultz (yound stud)
G-
Zach Fucale
Malcolm Subban
John Gibson
Two Bonus Prospects (one from each prospect team)-
Matt Dumba
Tanner Pearson

And that's your St. Paul Blades. They will be paired with the AHL's Houston Aeros and will be replacing the Minnesota Wild in the NHL.

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St. Paul Blades
Centers-
Jonathan Drouin
Mikael Granlund (yound stud)
Nathan MacKinnon
Sam Reinhart
RW-
Adam Erne
Nikita Kucherov
Ty Rattie
Jordan Eberle (yound stud)
LW-
Jonathan Huberdeau (young stud)
Anthony Mantha
Hunter Shinkaruk
Anthony Duclair
D-
Aaron Ekblad
Seth Jones
Ryan Pulock
Ryan Murray
Dougie Hamilton (yound stud)
Justin Schultz (yound stud)
G-
Zach Fucale
Malcolm Subban
John Gibson
Two Bonus Prospects (one from each prospect team)-
Matt Dumba
Tanner Pearson

And that's your St. Paul Blades. They will be paired with the AHL's Houston Aeros and will be replacing the Minnesota Wild in the NHL.
Cool. Keep us updated. I thoroughly enjoy reading these write ups.

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How much money does Domi want? I would lean towards trading Klimchuk to be honest.
So yes there is an issue with keeping both because my all-star right winger Christopher Fish had his contract running out the next season and wanted more money.

Domi wanted 4 years at 4.600m but I snagged him for I think 6 years at 4.100m and yes... I traded Klimchuk.

The age of the Klimchuk is over now and the Domi Dynasty began and I made an earthshaking trade:

Receive:

C Morgan Klimchuk (82 overall, 4 stars)
2 Defensive prospects (3.5 stars)
2021 1st Round Pick (COL)
2021 2nd Round Pick (COL)

Receive:

C Nathan Mackinnon (85 overall, 4.5 stars)

And I won this trade big time

Mackinnon went on to have an 84 point season playing left wing of Duchene and Fish

Domi won the calder with 61 points and my other rookie John Vance led all rookies in goals with 23.

I stripped Landy of the captaincy and gave it Fish since he has truly led our team through the years not in points alone but now I think Landeskog and michalek's time in Colorado is coming to an end because I have no need for them as this will be my team next year:

Nathan Mackinnon (86) - Matt Duchene "A" (88) - Chris Fish (85) "C"
John Vance (84) - Max Domi (83) - Brett Connolly (83)
Cory Millette (81) - Ryan O'Reilly (82) - Jason Oshie (82)
Collin Valcourt (72) - Greg Chase (78) - Marc Stone (80)

Keaton Ellerby (86) - Erik Johnson "A" (90)
Joe Morrow (84) - Stefan Elliott (85)
Reginald Burns (78) - Tristan Cross (78)

Richard Bachman (84)
Richard Ullberg (81)

Yeah so I did trade them in these trades

Receive:

C Greg Chase (78 overall, 3.5 stars)

Receive:

LW Milan Michalek (82 overall)
4 random picks

*NOTE: Michalek had a 5.400m cap hit for the next two seasons which I could not deal with so I just traded for some depth since I needed a new fourth line center.

-------------------------

Receive:

C Juuka Voutilainen (68 overall, 4 stars)
2022 3rd Round pick (CAR)

Receive:

LW Gabriel Landeskog (83 overall, 5,000m cap hit)
2 scrub forwards

*NOTE: Actually a pretty good trade in my eyes.

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Starting up a new beagm soon most likely, but in NHL 13. Plan on making a custom team w/ a custom roster. It won't be crazy stacked like a fantasy draft or anything.

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Receive:

C Morgan Klimchuk (82 overall, 4 stars)
2 Defensive prospects (3.5 stars)
2021 1st Round Pick (COL)
2021 2nd Round Pick (COL)

Receive:

C Nathan Mackinnon (85 overall, 4.5 stars)
What a huge, huge move. Be interesting to see who those picks end up being, but very bold: I like it! Especially glad to see it paid off.

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You know, you could just avoid trading for those people: that's all I do.

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The St. Paul Blades went 20-54-8 in 2012-2013 with mostly Houston Aeros players.
I didnt make any trades. I also got the #1 Overall pick. I drafted Sean Monahan so I wouldn't duplicate any prospects on my team. Didn't really sign anyone in free agency either. So the Blades are ready for the 2013-2014 season with a similar lineup. Most of my CHL players are still in the CHL but by next year a half-dozen will be ready for sure.

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Fotgot to add that that it was an insanely deep draft, 9 prospects of 4.5 stars!!! I also added a 19 year old Czech defenseman named Tomas Pavelka in the 4th round who has 3.5 stars and is already a 72 overall!

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Whenever I do a rebuilding team and finish last place, I never seem to get the first overall pick. It's always #2. I don't understand this, it's happened in multiple dynasties too.

I did one dynasty where I took all players with ratings in the 40's to see how quickly I could change it over without doing Free Agency. I finished last like 7 times and never had the #1 pick once. I did a Calgary rebuild and finished last once and had the #2 pick and lost out on Mckinnon. This game, along with all the other things i've been upset with, is getting more and more frustrating.

I bought this and Madden 13 and both have been so disappointing. I remember when I had Playstation 1, 2004 was the last NHL game I really liked and played that until xbox 360 game out. I guess I'm passed the point of games I like on these systems and I will wait until the new xbox comes out.

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St. Paul Blades
Centers-
Jonathan Drouin
Mikael Granlund (yound stud)
Nathan MacKinnon
Sam Reinhart
RW-
Adam Erne
Nikita Kucherov
Ty Rattie
Jordan Eberle (yound stud)
LW-
Jonathan Huberdeau (young stud)
Anthony Mantha
Hunter Shinkaruk
Anthony Duclair
D-
Aaron Ekblad
Seth Jones
Ryan Pulock
Ryan Murray
Dougie Hamilton (yound stud)
Justin Schultz (yound stud)
G-
Zach Fucale
Malcolm Subban
John Gibson
Two Bonus Prospects (one from each prospect team)-
Matt Dumba
Tanner Pearson

And that's your St. Paul Blades. They will be paired with the AHL's Houston Aeros and will be replacing the Minnesota Wild in the NHL.
Are you playing with a Salary Cap?

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