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I think i'm going to start a new GM tomorrow with Boston. Will post a write-up of the 1st season.

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2018 OFF-SEASON SUMMARY
September 20, 2018

The Columbus Blue Jackets signed some big contracts this summer starting with an 8-year contract for defenseman Cody Goloubef worth $33.2M and, later on, a 5-year, $36.25M contract for center Ryan Johansen. Jack Johnson also signed a 5-year, $23.5M deal that should take him to the end of his career.

"We wanted to get our core players locked up and that's what we did," said GM Mackenzie.

Jason Garrison signed the largest free agent contract when he re-signed with the Vancouver Canucks in mid-July.

"My agent and I mulled over a bunch of offers from a bunch of teams, but in the end, I wanted to stay home," Garrison said.

Norris Trophy winner Andrej Meszaros remains unsigned as of this writing and has expressed interest in moving to the KHL if he can't get a reasonable contract from an NHL squad.

Columbus Contract Extensions
PLAYERCAP HITTERMTOTAL CONTRACT
Ryan Johansen$7.250M5 years$36.250M
Cody Goloubef$4.150M8 years$33.200M
Jack Johnson$4.700M5 years$23.500M
Derick Brassard$4.450M3 years$13.350M
David Savard$4.450M3 years$13.350M
Boone Jenner$2.300M4 years$9.200M
Fedor Tyutin$3.850M2 years$7.700M
Michael Chaput$2.450M3 years$7.350M
Ryan Pulock$3.250M2 years$6.500M
Brandon Dubinsky$2.050M3 years$6.150M
John Moore$3.050M2 years$6.100M
Ryan Murray$4.600M1 year$4.600M
Tomas Kubalik$1.900M2 years$3.800M
Steve Mason$1.800M2 years$3.600M
Austin Madaisky$1.500M2 years$3.000M
R.J. Umberger$2.150M1 year$2.150M
Glen Setoguchi$0.585M3 years (ELC)$1.755M
Danny Joslin$0.560M3 years (ELC)$1.680M
Tim Erixon$1.650M1 year$1.650M
Artem Anisimov$1.600M1 year$1.600M
Sylvain Dupuis$0.525M3 years (ELC)$1.575M
Allen York$1.050M1 year$1.050M
Dalton Smith$0.950M1 year$0.950M
Oscar Dansk$0.915M1 year$0.915M
Jared Boll$0.830M1 year$0.830M
Derek Dorsett$0.830M1 year$0.830M
Dylan Willick$0.770M1 year$0.770M
Hunter Shinkaruk$0.755M1 year$0.755M
Maksim Mayorov$0.705M1 year$0.705M
Anthony Mantha$0.675M1 year$0.675M
Josh Anderson$0.630M1 year$0.630M
Dalton Prout$0.630M1 year$0.630M
Darnell Nurse$0.620M1 year$0.620M
Theo Ruth$0.615M1 year$0.615M
Cole Benson$0.575M1 year$0.575M
Brenden Walker$0.575M1 year$0.575M
Nathan Walker$0.575M1 year$0.575M
Michel Bergeron--Released
Gianluca Curcuruto--Released
Jarrod Komachi--Released
Stuart Morrison--Released
Ola Ullstrom--Released

2018 TOP 24 FREE AGENT SIGNINGS
#TEAMPLAYERCAP HITTERMTOTAL CONTRACT
1 VancouverJason Garrison$4.785M4 years$19.140M
2 ChicagoJesper Fasth$3.865M4 years$15.460M
3 DetroitTyler Ennis$6.975M2 years$13.950M
4 NashvillePaul Martin$3.955M3 years$11.865M
5 NashvillePierre-Alexandre Parenteau$5.850M2 years$11.700M
6 St. LouisTravis Zajac$3.620M3 years$10.860M
7 WinnipegBrandon Manning$2.830M3 years$8.490M
8 CarolinaMats Zuccarello$2.775M3 years$8.325M
9 OttawaNicolas Deslauriers$2.415M3 years$7.245M
10 New JerseyEetu Poysti$2.200M3 years$6.600M
11 ChicagoMitch Wahl$2.840M2 years$5.680M
12 NY IslandersDrew Stafford$3.540M1 year$3.540M
13 DetroitJuraj Mikus$1.650M2 years$3.300M
14 San JoseByron Froese$1.215M2 years$2.430M
15 WashingtonMatt Stajan$2.360M1 year$2.360M
16 DallasMartin Hanzal$1.140M2 years$2.280M
17 PhoenixCasey Wellman$1.140M2 years$2.280M
18 DallasAndre Deveaux$1.020M2 years$2.040M
19 Tampa BayRadko Gudas$0.890M2 years$1.780M
20 ChicagoMichael Hutchinson$1.725M1 year$1.725M
21 EdmontonTy Bilcke$0.545M3 years$1.635M
22 ColoradoVictor Terreri$0.545M3 years$1.635M
23 DetroitDmitri Kasparaitis$0.535M3 years$1.605M
24 TorontoEdward Lie$0.530M3 years$1.590M


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hard to say, without cap situation and what the rest of your team looks like
I play with the Cap off

rest of my team looks like this

J.Lupul - M.Grabovski - R.Bourque
J.McGinn - B.Little - A.Shaw
C.Conacher - J.McClement - G.Bourque
J.Huberdeau - T.Brent - M.Stone

J.Gardiner - D.Hamilton
J.Liles - M.Staal
R.Wilson - D.Drewiske

J.Reimer
J.Quick

Scratches: A.Emelin - K.Holzer

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2018-2019 NHL SEASON STARTS TONIGHT
October 4, 2018

Another exciting NHL season is set to take place and a couple new faces will be present in the Columbus Blue Jackets locker room. Dylan Willick, a 4th round pick of the Blue Jackets in 2013, joins the big club and will start the season on the third line alongside Matt Calvert and Jonathan Audy-Marchessault. Willick has been a key player for the Springfield Falcons, the AHL affiliate of the Blue Jackets, for a couple of years now, producing 47 goals and 106 points over the past 2 seasons. He also played in 2 NHL games in 2015-2016. Michael Chaput, the Falcons' leading scorer last year, managed to bump Artem Anisimov down to the AHL with a solid showing during the pre-season and is expected to be the 13th forward. Chaput had a stellar season last year, producing 30 goals and 77 points in 76 games and he put up 31 goals the year before. Chaput was one of the pieces involved in the Jeff Carter trade so many years ago.

Outside of some line juggling, it is pretty much status quo in Columbus while the team hopes to find their 2016-2017 game where they were the 2nd best team in the league and shake off their 2017-2018 game that left them with a long summer. The Blue Jackets come into the 2018-2019 campaign as the 22nd ranked team on TSN's power rankings. The Nashville Predators continue their reign as the team to beat and the Toronto Maple Leafs come into the season as the top ranked team in the Eastern Conference. The defending Stanley Cup Champions, the Boston Bruins, come in as the 23rd ranked team and reigning Presidents' Trophy winners, the Calgary Flames, are ranked 25th. The Bruins had an awful pre-season and are still recovering from their Stanley Cup hangover while the Flames lost their top 2 defensemen due to a lack of cap space.

Several trades occurred over the pre-season, starting with Detroit trading their long-time #1 defenseman Niklas Kronwall to the Carolina Hurricanes for journeyman defenseman Brendan Mikkelson and Carolina's 1st round pick in the 2019 draft. 2 days later, Calgary shipped out power play QB Dennis Wideman to Montreal in exchange for prospect defenseman Marcel Cloutier and depth forward Gabriel Dumont. The following day, Vancouver traded fan favourite Alexandre Burrows to Washington receiving Washington's 2020 1st round pick in return. And, finally, Boston traded their 2019 1st rounder to Dallas for prospect wingers Ralph Dimmen and Rocky Milroy.

2018-2019 TSN POWER RANKINGS AND STARTING LINE-UPS
#1 Nashville Predators
A. Radulov (SNP 84)C. Wilson (PWF 86)M. Erat (TWF 85)
P. Parenteau (PLY 84)J. Rask (SNP 78)M. Havlat (SNP 84)
S. Kostitsyn (SNP 80)C. Smith (TWF 79)P. Hornqvist (SNP 80)
G. Rogers (SNP 68)T. Beck (PWF 79)J. Irwin (SNP 68)
J. Pitkanen (OFD 87)S. Weber (DFD 91)
P. Martin (DFD 83)J. Blum (OFD 83)
R. Josi (TWD 82)T. Laakso (DFD 81)
P. Rinne (HYB 89)
J. Smith (HYB 79)

#2 Los Angeles Kings
T. Pearson (PLY 82)A. Kopitar (PLY 89)O. Moller (TWF 85)
D. Brown (PWF 83)J. Carter (SNP 85)J. Williams (SNP 83)
E. Fehr (PWF 78)M. Richards (TWF 85)T. Oshie (TWF 82)
A. Frolov (SNP 78)A. Loktionov (PLY 82)L. Vey (PLY 78)
S. Voynov (TWD 87)D. Doughty (OFD 89)
J. Muzzin (DFD 83)A. Martinez (TWD 83)
C. Brown (DFD 59)M. Fayne (DFD 78)
J. Quick (HYB 92)
R. Lehner (HYB 82)

#3 Toronto Maple Leafs
J. Lupul (SNP 85)M. Grabovski (PLY 83)P. Kessel (SNP 86)
J. van Riemsdyk (PWF 85)J. Colborne (PWF 82)T. Jokinen (GRN 79)
R. Clowe (PWF 82)G. McKegg (TWF 79)M. Frattin (TWF 83)
B. Ross (TWF 81)S. Macaulay (TWF 79)V. Stalberg (PWF 79)
D. Phaneuf (TWD 88)M. Rielly (TWD 87)
J. Gardiner (TWD 85)J. Blacker (TWD 83)
S. Percy (TWD 81)C. Franson (OFD 83)
J. Reimer (HYB 84)
R. Gusse (HYB 83)

#4 Colorado Avalanche
M. Connolly (PLY 82)M. Duchene (PLY 90)G. Landeskog (PWF 85)
M. Sislo (SNP 77)P. Stastny (PLY 86)D. Jones (SNP 81)
A. Kostitsyn (SNP 79)R. O'Reilly (TWF 84)L. Walker (TWF 77)
M. Santorelli (TWF 77)M. Sgarbossa (PLY 80)T. Marcinko (GRN 76)
J. Liles (OFD 85)E. Johnson (DFD 89)
C. Gaunce (TWD 83)J. Holos (OFD 85)
T. Barrie (TWD 82)S. Elliott (TWD 82)
S. Varlamov (HYB 87)
T. Greiss (BUT 78)

#5 Florida Panthers
Q. Howden (TWF 85)P. Mueller (PLY 89)L. Eriksson (SNP 86)
T. Fleischmann (PLY 84)J. Huberdeau (PLY 89)N. Kulemin (SNP 82)
V. Filppula (PLY 83)S. Weiss (PLY 84)J. McFarland (TWF 77)
S. Matthias (PWF 78)C. Gillies (GRN 79)R. Cervenka (SNP 78)
D. Kulikov (TWD 87)E. Gudbranson (DFD 85)
C. Robak (TWD 83)A. Petrovic (TWD 84)
M. Caruso (DFD 78)J. Schultz (DFD 78)
J. Markstrom (HYB 85)
R. Bachman (HYB 82)

#6 New Jersey Devils
I. Kovalchuk (SNP 88)J. Josefson (TWF 85)M. Tedenby (PLY 85)
H. Pesonen (SNP 79)G. Nyquist (PLY 83)N. Palmieri (PWF 84)
E. Poysti (GRN 80)A. Henrique (TWF 84)L. Caputi (SNP 79)
R. Dietz (TWF 69)M. Viedensky (PLY 79)T. van Ryn (PWF 63)
B. Burlon (TWD 86)A. Larsson (TWD 89)
E. Gelinas (TWD 83)R. Scarlett (TWD 85)
A. Greene (TWD 82)C. Murphy (TWD 83)
N. Goncharov (HYB 89)
K. Kinkaid (BUT 83)

#7 Chicago Blackhawks
M. Frolik (SNP 85)M. Kruger (TWF 86)P. Kane (SNP 90)
J. Hayes (PWF 83)N. Howes (PLY 84)J. Fasth (TWF 82)
B. Saad (TWF 79)M. McNeill (PWF 82)J. Morin (SNP 79)
M. Wahl (PLY 81)A. Shaw (GRN 79)B. Smith (SNP 79)
D. Keith (OFD 90)B. Seabrook (DFD 90)
N. Leddy (OFD 86)S. Lalonde (OFD 83)
D. Olsen (DFD 83)J. Lavin (TWD 81)
M. Hutchinson (HYB 82)
A. Veronneau (HYB 80)

#8 Carolina Hurricanes
J. Jokinen (SNP 84)J. Skinner (SNP 90)A. Semin (SNP 85)
M. Zuccarello (PLY 81)E. Staal (PLY 89)C. Terry (PLY 80)
D. Bowman (SNP 80)J. Tlusty (PLY 83)V. Rask (SNP 82)
Z. Boychuk (TWF 80)R. Nash (TWF 81)L. Sedlak (PLY 80)
N. Kronwall (TWD 87)J. McBain (OFD 86)
J. Faulk (TWD 84)T. Gilbert (TWD 85)
B. Sanguinetti (TWD 83)R. Murphy (OFD 84)
C. Ward (HYB 84)
R. Rinne (BUT 80)

#9 Washington Capitals
A. Ovechkin (SNP 92)N. Backstrom (PLY 90)S. Galiev (SNP 81)
A. Steen (TWF 83)M. Johansson (TWF 87)M. Read (SNP 81)
A. Burrows (TWF 81)M. Stajan (TWF 80)G. Mitchell (GRN 79)
B. Whitmore (PWF 80)B. Laich (TWF 80)C. Emmerton (PLY 79)
J. Carlson (TWD 89)M. Green (OFD 90)
D. Orlov (OFD 83)L. Viveiros (TWD 81)
K. Alzner (DFD 81)K. Marshall (DFD 80)
B. Holtby (HYB 85)
C. Anderson (HYB 83)

#10 San Jose Sharks
C. Witala (PLY 83)L. Couture (PLY 85)D. Benn (PLY 81)
T. Darby (TWF 78)F. Hamilton (TWF 80)J. Sheppard (TWF 82)
A. Palyga (PLY 73)T. Wingels (TWF 81)B. Froese (TWF 78)
B. Warsofsky (PWF 67)T. Hertl (TWF 77)W. Johnston (PLY 64)
M. Giordano (OFD 87)B. Burns (TWD 86)
D. Demelo (TWD 84)J. Blain (OFD 85)
M. Vlasic (DFD 83)S. Acolatse (TWD 81)
A. Niemi (HYB 87)
T. Heemskerk (HYB 80)

#11 Winnipeg Jets
E. Kane (SNP 86)B. Little (PLY 84)S. Hjalmarsson (TWF 82)
I. Telegin (SNP 83)M. Scheifele (PLY 80)C. Klingberg (PWF 83)
N. Bergfors (SNP 80)M. Macenauer (TWF 80)B. Wheeler (PWF 82)
A. Ladd (PWF 79)P. Cormier (GRN 79)S. Machacek (TWF 79)
T. Enstrom (OFD 86)P. Postma (OFD 86)
Z. Bogosian (TWD 84)D. Byfuglien (TWD 84)
J. Lehtivuori (OFD 83)S. Silas (TWD 81)
O. Pavelec (HYB 83)
D. Dubyk (HYB 81)

#12 Vancouver Canucks
A. Rodin (TWF 82)H. Sedin (PLY 91)N. Jensen (SNP 83)
S. Anthony (SNP 80)R. Kesler (TWF 86)Z. Kassian (PWF 82)
M. Raymond (SNP 79)K. Wellwood (PLY 79)D. Booth (PWF 79)
B. Kaboursalay (PWF 66)J. Nolan (GRN 79)L. St-Amand (TWF 71)
A. Edler (TWD 89)H. Tommernes (TWD 86)
K. Connauton (OFD 86)D. Hamhuis (TWD 86)
J. Garrison (TWD 84)C. Tanev (TWD 81)
E. Lack (HYB 83)
C. Schneider (HYB 83)

#13 Minnesota Wild
Z. Parise (PLY 87)M. Granlund (PLY 87)J. Larsson (TWF 84)
W. Wolski (SNP 81)M. Koivu (PLY 85)J. Zucker (TWF 81)
B. Bulmer (PWF 79)C. Coyle (TWF 82)C. McMillan (GRN 79)
M. Backlund (PLY 82)N. Bonino (TWF 82)Z. Phillips (PLY 78)
R. Suter (DFD 87)J. Spurgeon (OFD 82)
O. Eklund (OFD 81)M. Scandella (DFD 81)
K. Medvec (DFD 79)S. Kampfer (TWD 79)
M. Hackett (HYB 81)
J. Gustafsson (BUT 81)

#14 New York Islanders
D. Ullstrom (PLY 85)J. Tavares (SNP 88)M. Gran (SNP 82)
M. Moulson (SNP 84)B. McMillan (TWF 85)R. Rakhshani (TWF 84)
D. Stafford (TWF 81)J. Bailey (PLY 81)K. Kabanov (SNP 81)
M. Martin (GRN 79)J. Dibenedetto (TWF 80)D. King (GRN 79)
M. Donovan (TWD 86)T. Hamonic (DFD 84)
A. Macdonald (TWD 83)C. de Haan (OFD 82)
T. Wishart (TWD 79)S. Vasyunov (DFD 62)
M. Koskinen (BUT 83)
P. Mrazek (HYB 82)

#15 Buffalo Sabres
T. Vanek (SNP 85)C. Hodgson (PLY 86)N. Horton (PWF 85)
N. Gerbe (PLY 82)L. Adam (TWF 84)J. Lagace (TWF 79)
R. Boychuk (GRN 78)D. Catenacci (PLY 80)M. Foligno (PWF 78)
K. Sundher (PLY 80)V. Leino (TWF 79)G. Hoffmann (PLY 67)
J. Morrissey (OFD 83)T. Myers (TWD 88)
M. Weber (DFD 83)T. Brennan (TWD 82)
N. Crawford (OFD 81)A. Chenevert (DFD 79)
J. Enroth (HYB 81)
A. Bernard (BUT 79)

#16 Pittsburgh Penguins
S. Fedorov (PLY 89)S. Crosby (PLY 98)T. Kuenhackl (SNP 81)
L. Omark (PLY 79)E. Malkin (PLY 94)J. Pavelski (TWF 85)
D. Czerwonka (GRN 77)J. Connolly (PLY 78)K. Beach (PWF 77)
E. Appel (SNP 65)D. Audette (PLY 78)S. Jenni (PWF 65)
S. Despres (TWD 87)K. Letang (TWD 89)
T. Daley (DFD 84)M. Sauer (DFD 84)
J. Morrow (OFD 82)K. Cumiskey (OFD 80)
M. Smith (HYB 85)
M. Fleury (HYB 85)

#17 Edmonton Oilers
T. Hall (SNP 90)R. Nugent-Hopkins (PLY 89)J. Eberle (SNP 90)
A. Hemsky (PLY 84)S. Gagner (PLY 84)N. Yakupov (PLY 86)
V. Sobotka (TWF 81)T. Pitlick (TWF 83)S. Downie (GRN 80)
P. Cornet (PLY 79)B. Geoffrion (TWF 79)B. Malone (TWF 79)
C. Ehrhoff (OFD 87)D. Seidenberg (DFD 86)
K. Quincey (TWD 84)J. Petry (TWD 84)
R. Whitney (OFD 84)M. Marincin (TWD 81)
O. Roy (HYB 82)
T. Bunz (HYB 81)

#18 New York Rangers
C. Kreider (PWF 87)M. St. Croix (PLY 85)M. Gaborik (SNP 88)
R. Nash (PWF 86)D. Stepan (PLY 86)C. Hagelin (PLY 82)
B. Ranford (TWF 80)H. Ortmeyer (GRN 80)J. Miller (TWF 81)
C. Thomas (SNP 79)R. Holzapfel (TWF 79)V. Zharkov (TWF 78)
R. McDonagh (TWD 86)D. Girardi (DFD 89)
M. Staal (DFD 86)M. Del Zotto (OFD 85)
J. Niemi (TWD 78)B. Parlett (TWD 78)
H. Lundqvist (HYB 92)
H. Sateri (BUT 80)

#19 Detroit Red Wings
T. Ennis (SNP 84)C. Jarnkrok (PLY 81)K. Okposo (PWF 86)
R. Callahan (GRN 81)A. Lander (TWF 80)T. Pulkkinen (SNP 82)
P. Maroon (PWF 79)J. Andersson (TWF 79)J. Arniel (TWF 79)
D. Pacan (TWF 77)M. Talbot (GRN 77)M. Callahan (GRN 77)
B. Smith (TWD 86)I. White (TWD 86)
J. Mikus (TWD 80)B. Mikkelson (TWD 79)
X. Ouellet (OFD 78)C. Colaiacovo (TWD 78)
J. Howard (HYB 87)
B. Gamble (HYB 85)

#20 Philadelphia Flyers
J. Versteeg (PLY 86)S. Couturier (TWF 88)J. Voracek (SNP 90)
J. Akeson (PLY 82)B. Schenn (TWF 88)C. Giroux (PLY 89)
S. Hartnell (PWF 81)J. Hudler (SNP 80)J. Puustinen (SNP 79)
B. Mashinter (GRN 77)S. Laughton (TWF 79)T. McGinn (TWF 77)
E. Gustafsson (OFD 84)L. Schenn (DFD 90)
B. Coburn (DFD 82)M. Bourdon (TWD 81)
G. Boyer (TGH 81)B. Kessel (TWD 78)
I. Bryzgalov (HYB 85)
H. Hovinen (BUT 82)

#21 Tampa Bay Lightning
C. Conacher (PLY 82)S. Stamkos (SNP 92)B. Connolly (SNP 83)
R. Panik (SNP 80)D. Tyrell (TWF 85)T. Purcell (PLY 81)
B. Pouliot (PWF 78)D. Roy (PLY 83)D. Gauthier (GRN 79)
S. Bergenheim (TWF 78)Z. Smith (GRN 78)T. Johnson (TWF 79)
V. Hedman (DFD 90)M. Carle (TWD 87)
M. Barberio (OFD 85)K. Aulie (DFD 85)
K. Abeltshauser (TWD 77)R. Gudas (DFD 78)
J. Riley (HYB 87)
J. Bernier (HYB 83)

#22 Columbus Blue Jackets
N. Foligno (TWF 83)R. Johansen (PLY 86)C. Atkinson (SNP 83)
R. Umberger (TWF 80)D. Brassard (PLY 84)T. Kubalik (SNP 80)
M. Calvert (SNP 82)J. Audy-Marchessault (SNP 83)D. Willick (TWF 79)
M. Mayorov (PLY 77)B. Dubinsky (TWF 80)D. Dorsett (GRN 74)
J. Johnson (OFD 85)J. Wisniewski (OFD 85)
R. Murray (TWD 85)D. Savard (OFD 84)
F. Tyutin (TWD 83)R. Pulock (OFD 84)
S. Bobrovsky (HYB 84)
S. Mason (HYB 83)

#23 Boston Bruins
J. Schwartz (PLY 84)T. Seguin (PLY 86)R. Spooner (PLY 80)
C. Camper (PLY 81)P. Bergeron (TWF 85)S. Griffith (PLY 79)
B. Marchand (TWF 83)B. Sutter (TWF 84)J. Caron (PWF 83)
M. Lucic (PWF 82)D. Krejci (PLY 84)M. Grabner (SNP 81)
D. Warsofsky (OFD 85)D. Hamilton (TWD 86)
M. Bartkowski (TWD 82)K. Miller (TWD 82)
J. Valkonen (DFD 80)S. Babchuk (DFD 62)
T. Rask (HYB 85)
B. Lewandowski (BUT 69)

#24 Montreal Canadiens
T. Hartikainen (GRN 85)L. Leblanc (PLY 84)J. Pominville (PLY 86)
M. Pacioretty (PWF 84)A. Galchenyuk (PLY 84)J. Armia (PLY 83)
P. Holland (TWF 81)T. Plekanec (PLY 83)A. Palushaj (TWF 82)
A. Avtsin (PLY 79)J. Nattinen (TWF 79)B. Gallagher (TWF 79)
D. Wideman (OFD 86)P. Subban (TWD 87)
N. Beaulieu (OFD 85)M. Ellis (TWD 85)
Y. Weber (OFD 84)J. Demers (TWD 84)
C. Price (HYB 88)
R. Mayer (HYB 79)

#25 Calgary Flames
S. Baertschi (SNP 86)J. Toews (PLY 89)P. Danault (TWF 83)
M. Cammalleri (SNP 84)M. Doan (TWF 85)G. Nemisz (PWF 82)
M. Ferland (PWF 77)N. Mackinnon (PLY 83)M. Reinhart (TWF 80)
R. White (TWF 78)L. Bouma (GRN 78)G. Patterson (TWF 78)
T. Brodie (OFD 86)K. Klein (DFD 81)
K. Ellerby (TWD 80)B. Ponich (DFD 79)
C. Butler (DFD 78)T. Wotherspoon (DFD 77)
L. Irving (HYB 85)
J. Allen (HYB 81)

#26 St. Louis Blues
D. Perron (PLY 82)P. Berglund (PLY 85)C. Stewart (PWF 86)
C. Macarthur (TWF 81)T. Zajac (PLY 82)C. Glencross (TWF 80)
E. Grachev (PLY 81)D. Backes (PWF 82)T. Shattock (TWF 78)
B. Sonne (TWF 79)P. McRae (PWF 81)D. Conner (PLY 69)
C. Fairchild (TWD 86)A. Pietrangelo (TWD 88)
T. Eronen (OFD 83)K. Shattenkirk (TWD 85)
D. Shields (DFD 82)G. Schemitsch (DFD 82)
J. Halak (HYB 86)
B. Elliott (HYB 83)

#27 Ottawa Senators
J. Neal (PWF 84)J. Spezza (PLY 90)J. Silfverberg (TWF 81)
N. Filatov (SNP 80)S. Reinhart (PLY 85)M. Michalek (SNP 80)
G. Latendresse (PWF 79)K. Turris (PLY 84)M. Zibanejad (TWF 82)
B. Ferland (SNP 68)J. O'Brien (TWF 81)M. Heins (TWF 73)
I. Cole (TWD 86)E. Karlsson (OFD 87)
E. Antonietti (DFD 82)C. Ceci (TWD 85)
N. Deslauriers (TWD 81)J. Cowen (DFD 81)
J. Hiller (HYB 82)
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R. Rakell (PLY 83)R. Getzlaf (PWF 89)C. Perry (TWF 87)
K. Palmieri (SNP 85)P. Holland (PLY 82)B. Ryan (PWF 86)
E. Etem (SNP 79)A. Cogliano (TWF 84)D. Smith-Pelly (PWF 82)
T. Galiardi (TWF 77)T. Tatar (TWF 81)S. Monahan (TWF 79)
C. Fowler (OFD 86)L. Sbisa (TWD 85)
M. Carle (OFD 82)A. Ekblad (TWD 85)
H. Lindholm (OFD 81)S. Vatanen (OFD 82)
J. Gibson (HYB 80)
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E. Tangradi (PWF 82)C. Eakin (TWF 79)M. Repik (TWF 81)
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To Montreal - Tim Brent

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I play with the Cap off

rest of my team looks like this

J.Lupul - M.Grabovski - R.Bourque
J.McGinn - B.Little - A.Shaw
C.Conacher - J.McClement - G.Bourque
J.Huberdeau - T.Brent - M.Stone

J.Gardiner - D.Hamilton
J.Liles - M.Staal
R.Wilson - D.Drewiske

J.Reimer
J.Quick

Scratches: A.Emelin - K.Holzer
i would try to trade Quick for a forward (RW specifically, unless you have prospects coming up), the defense corps looks fine

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i would try to trade Quick for a forward (RW specifically, unless you have prospects coming up), the defense corps looks fine
Only prospect that i have that is a right winger is Jared Knight which is playing in the minors

Any suggestions for which RW to trade Quick?

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To Montreal - Tim Brent

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Darryle Boyce has been called up and will replace Brent on the 4th line
How the heck did you manage to get that trade through? Isn't Brent like 75 overall w/ no potential?


Also I'm going to start a new GM writeup in the next 30 mins or so. Just gotta choose a team.

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How the heck did you manage to get that trade through? Isn't Brent like 75 overall w/ no potential?


Also I'm going to start a new GM writeup in the next 30 mins or so. Just gotta choose a team.
They had similar value, that's how i was able to make that trade

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They had similar value, that's how i was able to make that trade
Yeah... but how can Brent and Mackinnon have similar value? Is Mackinnon's development not going well or something? I don't know what year you're in. Whenever I see Tim Brent he has no value at all.


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I'm in the 2nd year of the GM Mode and the white thing that determines the value, both Brent and MacKinnon were similar in that category so the trade worked, and i don't know how MacKinnon's development is going, but he has a 4 star potential i think ( Yellow Stars )

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Late-Season Push Helps Panthers Sneak Into 8th Place





Being under .500 for most of the season, no one expected the Florida Panthers to be a playoff team this year. However, early in February, the Panthers were not satisfied with their performance thus far and turned on the jets. They ended up finishing the season with a record of 41-33-8, one point better than the New York Islanders. Florida will face the 1st seeded Carolina Hurricanes in round one.


Player Stats

Stephen Weiss - 17 goals, 43 assists
Kris Versteeg - 28 goals, 30 assists
Tomas Fleischmann - 20 goals, 28 assists
Peter Mueller - 15 goals, 33 assists
Brian Campbell - 3 goals, 40 assists
Jonathan Huberdeau - 17 goals, 23 assists
Dmitry Kulikov - 8 goals, 30 assists
Sean Bergenheim - 24 goals, 12 assists
Ed Jovanovski - 5 goals, 27 assists
Filip Kuba - 5 goals, 26 assists
Scottie Upshall - 17 goals, 13 assists
Tomas Kopecky - 11 goals, 14 assists
Marcel Goc - 11 goals, 12 assists
Jack Skille - 10 goals, 8 assists
Shawn Matthias - 6 goals, 12 assists
George Parros - 6 goals, 8 assists
Mike Weaver - 2 goals, 10 assists
Erik Gudbranson - 1 goal, 9 assists


Goaltender Stats

Jacob Markstrom - 56 GP, 30-22-3, 2.37 GAA, .919%, 6 shutouts
Jose Theodore - 28 GP, 11-11-2, 2.51 GAA, .914%, 2 shutouts

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I'm in the 2nd year of the GM Mode and the white thing that determines the value, both Brent and MacKinnon were similar in that category so the trade worked, and i don't know how MacKinnon's development is going, but he has a 4 star potential i think ( Yellow Stars )
Weird, here's what Mackinnon's trade value usually is for me. Just after he's drafted, so, year 2:



He has 4.5 green stars though, you must be on a different roster.

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Weird, here's what Mackinnon's trade value usually is for me. Just after he's drafted, so, year 2:



He has 4.5 green stars though, you must be on a different roster.
Yea, i don't have the roster update or whatever it is

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Wow Deku, you sim really fast.

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Wow Deku, you sim really fast.
Sometimes I take my time (in-depth sim every game) but this time I didn't. I simmed the first season in about an hour or so... I don't think it's that fast

At the start of year 2 now, already simmed the playoffs + offseason. I'll post about the playoffs later tonight or tomorrow.

How long does it take you to go through a season?

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Sometimes I take my time (in-depth sim every game) but this time I didn't. I simmed the first season in about an hour or so... I don't think it's that fast

At the start of year 2 now, already simmed the playoffs + offseason. I'll post about the playoffs later tonight or tomorrow.

How long does it take you to go through a season?
Takes me around 2 hours, haha

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Guess I'm a speedster then

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Scottie Upshall celebrates a goal against the Canes
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No one expected the Florida Panthers to make the playoffs this season. No one expected them to upset the Carolina Hurricanes in round one. No one expected them to fight back from a 3-2 deficit in the series to force and then win game seven.

All of those things happened.


Game 1: 2-0 Win
Game 2: 4-3 Win

Game 3: 4-2 Loss
Game 4: 2-0 Loss
Game 5: 3-2 Loss

Game 6: 4-2 Win
Game 7: 5-4 OT Win

(Tomas Fleischmann scored the GWG in game seven)


Florida will play the third-seeded New Jersey Devils in round two of the 2013 Stanley Cup playoffs. This is a rematch from last season, as the Devils defeated the Panthers in round one last year, in seven games.

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^Nice writeup!


San Jose on the Edge
December 1, 2012
12-9-1
25 points
8th in West

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Joe Thornton is the Sharks Leading scorer


Thankfully for the San Jose Sharks, November is gone and a new month has arrived. Going 9-0-1 in their 1st 10 games, November proved to be deadly for the Sharks, having a record of 3-9-0 in their last 12 games. "We're glad that a new month has come, however, we need to play a better game overall. We have nobody to blame but ourselves", explained Captain Joe Thornton. "Our 5-on-5 definitely needs to improve or we may not see hockey in May."

Even with the Sharks horrible November record, their stats haven't been that bad. Their PK is 90.5%, which is good enough for 4th in the league. While their powerplay hasn't been the best, they are at a 14.7%, which is 11th best in the league. What this shows is that the coach is not at fault, but the players themselves. However, some players are not to blame. Martin Havlat has done wonders for the Sharks, having 10 goals, which is the best for the Sharks. Joe Thornton has the most points on the Sharks, with 17 assists and 3 goals. With some players playing decent, this could lead to better success for the San Jose Sharks.

With December on us, here are some stats to look at:



Player Stats:
PlayerGoalsPlayerAssistsPlayerPoints
A.Ovechkin15 B.Richards20 Z.Parise28
E.Malkin13 Z.Parise19 E.Malkin27
T.Vanek12 RNH18 A.Ovechkin27
S.Stamkos12 N.Backstrom18 B.Richards26
E.Staal12 J.Thornton17 M.Gaborik25
M.Gaborik12 P.Statsny16 RNH23
R.Vrbata12 M.St.Louis15 L.Eriksson22
R.Nash12 J.Pitkanen15 P.Statsny22

Goaltender Stats:
PlayerWinsPlayerGAA
M.Neuvirth13 M.Smith1.69
R.Luongo12 T.Rask1.87
J.Quick11 N.Backstrom1.91
C.Ward11 A.Niemi1.94
T.Rask11 R.Luongo1.95
H.Lundqvist10 J.Howard2.03
A.Niemi10 P.Rinne2.05
K.Lehtonen10 C.Anderson2.12



Now, here are some San Jose Sharks stats:

Sharks Stats:
PlayerGoalsAssistsPoints
J. Thornton31720
J. Pavelski71219
P. Marleau51318
M. Havlat10717
L.Couture5914
B.Burns6713
S.Gomez9312
D.Boyle2911


Goaltender Stats
PlayerGPGAAWLOTL]SV%SO
A.Niemi181.94107192.843
T.Greiss42.5322090.290







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Ruff and Regier leave their posts


After a disappointing season where the Sabres were suppose to make the playoffs but didn't Lindy Ruff and Darcy Regier finally made their decision to let someone else bring the cup back to where it belongs. So after several years in management they will leave their beloved club, which brings some important changes for a team that desperatly needs it.

As of now the entire ensemble of owners and other staff is worried that they will find a new GM and trainer before the season kicks in, especially as the team is already in pre-season and the former captain Jason Pominville has been traded during the summer to Minnesota.

But instead of fill the vacuum after one of the most underrated wingers in the league it has been decided that no trades will be made and instead they will better the team with consistency and having a clear model to make the draftees integrate with the team better. Also no FA-signings will be made aswell as no Waiver-claims.

Update with who the new trainer/GM and the team that will start the season will come soon.

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Lenght: 25 years
Difficulty: Superstar
Mode: Hardcore (lovely mode, makes it more difficult as i'm finally losing games aswell)
Trades: Yes but not for me
Waivers: Off
FA- Signings: Yes but not for me

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Sabres suprises everyone, brings in two former star-players as GM and Trainer


Sabres has suprised everyone both with the part that they already had replacements ready and it's two very well known names but at unreal positions.

The Office told the press that they wanted the former management to first prepare the team and bring them through the off-season so that the unexpierenced couple first of all could deal with getting to know the team and the work itself.

As you can read from that statement the Office already knew that the old duo's depature from the team.

So who is the knew magnificent duo you may ask yourself as a reader, well first of all it's of the 90s biggest stars, a playboy and a nearly a legend among the ones that grew up during that period. His name is Sergei Fedorov and he will take over Darcy Regiers role as GM.


Fedorov claimed that his role will be to bring the cup to team aswell as draft good and keep the talent in the team. First duty is the make sure Grigorenko develop and that the Elite-goalie Miller and the teams superstar Thomas Vanek stays.

If you got suprise about that signing then the next will definitly make the fans go bananas. The trainer this year will be a former Sabre-player. A not very popular player because he arrived in the deal with Hasek to Detroit and wasn't very popular in Buffalo. You can definitly guess that it's Vycheslav Kozlov i'm talking about.


Slava said that he felt guilty after his short stint in Buffalo and want to make it right by bringing home the cup that the fans have craved for so long. He will make sure that the team will be a skilled one with a lot offense but he'll also make sure that the team doesn't get overrun physically.

With those two acquirements the team has definetly changed something as they want to move forward after the duo Ruff-Regier has gone stale in the hunt for the cup. Slava has already released a preliminary roster for this season as you can see here:

Preliminary Roster for the 2012-13 season


Thomas Vanek (SNP 84 C)Cody Hodgson (PLY 78)Mikhail Grigorenko (SNP 71)
Ville Leino (TWF 81)Tyler Ennis (SNP 77)Drew Stafford (TWF 83)
Marcus Foligno (PWF 73)Steve Ott (GRN 80 VC)Nathan Gerbe (PLY 76)
Kevin Porter (TWF 76)Jochen Hecht (TWF 77 VC)Patrick Kaleta (GRN 72)
ReservesCody McCormick (GRN 69)John Scott (TGH 65)
Christian Ehrhoff (OFD 83)Tyler Myers (TWD 87)
Andrej Sekera (DFD 82)Brayden McNabb (TWD 75)
Alexander Sulzer (TWD 75)Mike Weber (DFD 76)
ReserveAdam Pardy (DFD 73)
Ryan Miller (HYB 92)
Jhonas Enroth (HYB 77)

So the 12th overall pick will make his debut in the firstline together with youngster Cody Hodgson and the Sabres biggest offensive threat Vanek. The second line looks okay but both Ville Leino and Drew Stafford got a lot to prove, Ennis is still young and his development is important to the team. The bottom 6 looks okay and hopefully will be hard to score against. The d-corps looks weak as it's only Ehrhoff, Myers and Sekera who had been regular NHL-players. McNabb and Weber got a lot to prove for them to maintain their position, Sulzer i think will do okay. The biggest burden does Ryan Miller have as he yet again is the keystone to the Sabres success.

Talk about success i dont think that it will happen this year as anything but being outside the playoffs will be seen as a miracle, especially with the unexperienced Fedorov and Kozlov in charge.

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Florida defenseman Erik Gudbranson takes a crushing hit from New Jersey
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After they knocked out the #1 seed in the Eastern Conference (Carolina), it looked like the Florida Panthers could take on anybody. In round two of the 2013 Stanley Cup Playoffs they faced the New Jersey Devils, who beat them in the first round last year. The Panthers' revenge attempt only lasted four games, however, as the Devils won all of them. They were close games, and the Panthers played well, but Martin Brodeur was the difference. In four games Florida put up 122 shots on net, but only 3 of them beat Brodeur.


Game 1: 2-1 Loss
Game 2: 3-1 Loss
Game 3: 3-0 Loss
Game 4: 2-1 OT Loss

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2013 Offseason Report


Above: Morgan Klimchuk, who plays for the Regina Pats of the WHL, was selected 16th overall by
the Florida Panthers.



Florida Panthers 2013 Draft Report

Notable Selections:
1st round (16th): Morgan Klimchuk - 55 overall, 18 yrs old, 4 yellow
2nd round (46th): Nikita Zadorov - 55 overall, 18 yrs old, 3.5 yellow
4th round (107th): Jordan McNaughton - 50 overall, 19 yrs old, 3.5 yellow
4th round (114th): Stephen Midensky - 65 overall, 19 yrs old, 3.5 yellow


Trades


The Panthers acquired right wing prospect Dmitrij Jaskin from the St Louis Blues
in an offseason trade.


At the start of free agency, the Panthers made a trade with the St Louis Blues that was a semi-big deal. Florida shipped 26 year old center Peter Mueller (83 ovr) and a 2nd round pick to St Louis in exchange for 20 year old right winger Dmitrij Jaskin (65 ovr). Jaskin plays for the Moncton Wildcats of the QMJHL and has the potential to be a top-six forward in the NHL.


2013-14 Roster


6 foot 6 inch, 21-year-old rookie forward Nick Bjugstad will make
his NHL debut this season, centering the Panthers' second line.
Bjugstad was selected 19th overall by Florida in 2010.



A few minor changes were made to the Panthers' lineup for the 2013-14 season. They did not sign any free agents and instead chose to fill roster holes with players already in the organization. Changes made were:

- Peter Mueller has been replaced on the 2nd line by Nick Bjugstad
- Jack Skille has been replaced on the 4th line by Eric Selleck
- Mike Weaver has been replaced on the 3rd defense pairing by TJ Brennan


Forwards



Defense



Goaltenders

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