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06-15-2013, 07:07 AM
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MORE ADDITIONS TO TEAM

Moose add OA trio

The Mooseheads have added three 20 year olds to their roster. Defenceman Alexandre Bergeron, and forwards Alexandre Tremblay, and JP Harvey have signed on with the team. Bergeron and Tremblay come from the QJAAA league, and Harvey, a Halifax native, comes from the MHL. "We're hoping that these three guys can provide leadership, and experience to our team. All three haven't played in the Q before, but that wasn't because nobody wanted them. We think they all will be able to be significant contributors." said co-coach Guy Boucher. "I can't wait." said Harvey, "Not only to play for my hometown team, but to be able to help the development of some of these great young players, it's going to be incredible." Bergeron and Tremblay both weren't available for comment.

Halifax's next big day is the CHL Import Draft, where the team picks 6th and 9th overall.
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CHL Import Draft

The Import draft has passed, and there are two new faces on the Mooseheads squad. Jakub Vrana, and Maxim Tretiak are the two newest additions to the lineup. Vrana, a forward, is a bigtime scorer, and should be able to help out the teams offence. Tretiak, son of the world's best ever goalie, is a goaltender, and will be on next year's team, but is not guaranteed to be the starter. "Both of these guys are going to be great NHL players one day, and it'll be a real treat to watch them develop in Halifax." said co-coach Danny Flynn.
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Moose Add A Few

The Halifax Mooseheads have added three more roster players, strengthening their depth down the middle, and on the wing. Zach Sanford, Alexandre Goulet, and Billy Gaston have all signed to be with the team. Sanford, an American, and Gaston, a New Brunswick native, are '94s, while Goulet, from Quebec, is a 96. "This is a big day for the team, as we essentially lock down three roster players. We welcome all three men to the team with open arms." said co-coach Guy Boucher.
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Impact Americans Join Squad

Forwards Benjamin Freeman, and Sam Kurker, as well as d-men Johnathan MacLeod and Doyle Somerby, have signed with the Moose. "This is a big day for our team, as we add some serious size to our line-up." said Danny Flynn. Freeman is 6'4", Kurker 6'2", MacLeod 6'2", and Somerby 6'5". The team is really shaping up heading into next season.

The Mooseheads have also announced a transaction. They have acquired the rights to Mike Matheson, an NCAA player, for a first round pick. "We feel that we have a really solid chance of getting Mike to report, and if we do it helps our hockey club that much more." said Guy Boucher.
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Moose Sign One More

The Mooseheads have signed yet another player, this time offensive defenseman Sébastien Gauthier from Quebec. "Gauthier is a great skating defenseman, and we feel he'll be a leader for this team." said Danny Flynn. The team has already signed what is assumed to be players who have confirmed spots on the team, and now will be starting to sign depth players for training camp.
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Depth Players Sign; Team Ready for Camp

The team has signed defensemen Michael Fratangelo, and Harrison Wood, forwards Craig MacLauchlan, Tyler Brown, Alexis Guilbault, Carl Chenier, Ross Martin, Lindon Beckwith, Josh Bowman, Jonathan Pitre, and goaltenders Jacob Fancy and Miguel Sullivan. "This really rounds out our depth, and will make training camp interesting." said Guy Boucher.
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Matheson to Report!

Mike Matheson has announced that he will report to Halifax this season. "I had a great year at BU, but in reality, to prepare myself for the National Hockey League, this was the best route to take and I can't wait to get started." Matheson said in a phone interview. "Mike is going to be the best offensive defenseman in the league, and we're glad that he chose Halifax." said Danny Flynn.
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Team Ready for Training Camp

The team now has enough players for training camp. Camp will be starting soon where we will see an intersquad series, and an exhibition game. "We're really excited about what we have, and we think we should ice a solid team this season." said Guy Boucher.

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Relief for Ranger Fans
Trade Deadline Recap
33-25-9
6th in East


As many of you know, in the 2011 offseason, the New York Rangers signed highly touted free-agent, Brad Richards. Well, two and a half seasons later, Richards was relegated to the fourth line, adn GM Flamesrule made it his mission to trade him. "He was a burden to the team and to our cap space. I needed to get rid of him as soon as possible as there are several important players to re-sign this offseason." Well, GM Flamesrule did find one team that was interested in Richards' work, and that was the Chicago Blackhawks. The Hawks traded left-winger Alex Ponikarovsky and a 2017 1st round draft pick and received Brad Richards and a 2016 2nd round draft pick. "Since Richards has negative value, we needed to give the Hawks a good assets and that was a draft pick. However, I feel this draft is weak so I don't think it was too much of a loss.


Brad Richards has been traded to the Chicago Blackhawks.


To :
Alex Ponikarovsky-78 Overall
2017 1st Round Draft Pick

To :
Brad Richards- 84 Overall
2016 2nd Round Draft Pick



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how come your darft picks have such hi overalls i drafed barkov and hes a 67 overall abd burse and hes 59 ovr
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September 3rd, 2012
Paul Holmgren Walks From Manager Position


Claude Giroux was recently named 19th team captain in Flyers history.


After a surprising move this morning, the Philadelphia Flyers have a new general manager.

Paul Holmgren, who was the GM, announced today that he is leaving the Flyers organization. He had received an invitation to be the general manager of the Edmonton Oilers, and accepted it. The Oilers were looking for a new GM after firing Steve Tambellini a couple weeks ago.

"We were disappointed in Paul's decision," said Flyers owner Ed Snider, at a press conference this morning. "..But we are also in a new mindset now of looking towards the future. Honestly I think the team is a bit of a mess right now, but I've hired someone to clean the mess up."

That person turned out to be Juha Peltonen, a former defenseman who spent his career in the SM-liiga (Finnish Elite League). Peltonen commented today about what he expects from his new team this season.

"Well, I have to agree with Mr. Snider. I don't think this team is very good. We have some gems like, ah... Claude [Giroux], Jake [Vorcek], and Sean [Couturier] and a couple others. But our top-six forwards could use some fixing, and our defense is not good." When asked about the goaltending situation, this is what he had to say: "Ilya Bryzgalov is [being paid] too much money, although we will give him some chance this year to get things back on track. And I like what I see in Steve [Mason] right now, but we will also have to see if he can be a good goalie again... You know, I don't really think we make the playoffs this year, but it's great if we do. If we miss playoffs, that's okay."


Here are the Flyers' projected lines for 2012-13:

(Lines are highly likely to change)

Scott Hartnell (84) - Claude Grioux (90, C) - Jakub Voracek (82)
Daniel Briere (84) - Brayden Schenn (78) - Matt Read (81)
Simon Gagne (82) - Sean Couturier (77) - Wayne Simmonds (83)
Ruslan Fedotenko (78) - Max Talbot (79) - Mike Knuble (80)

Braydon Coburn (85, A) - Andrej Meszaros (84)
Kimmo Timonen (84, A) - Luke Schenn (82)
Nicklas Grossmann (80) - Kurtis Foster (77)

Ilya Bryzgalov (82) - Steve Mason (81)

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Doing my Washington GM mode.

Won the cup in 2016/2017 season, but traded for a pick in the middle of the next season.
Ended up 1 point out of qualifying for playoffs. The pick I traded for though, ended up being the first overall pick in the 2018 draft and potentially the best player I've seen drafted outside of the '13 drafted players I edited before starting.

2018 Draft:
Jerry Scarabelli (1st overall, 5'10, 173lbs) 5 Stars, 82 overall. Playmaker
Gary Del Zotto (42nd overall, 6'1, 223lbs) 3.5 stars, 68 overall. Powerforward.

Current lineup:
Ovechkin(94)-Backstrom(89)-Scarabelli(82)
Stephenson(82)-Drouin (82)- Frk (84)
Alto (80)-Mcneill(83)-Stalberg(79)
Del Zotto(68)-Shaw(76)-Medvinsky (4stars, 67)

Lippojoki (90)-Rob Boyle(4.5 stars, 84 overall)
J. Carlson (87)-Omark (79)
M. Weber (79)-Erixon (76)

Neuvirth (85)
B. Whitney (83)

Expecting to win the cup again this year or next year with this team.

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^ Scarabelli looks awesome!


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March 5th, 2013
Trading Frenzy
Flyers 2013 Trade Deadline Report


20 year old defender Nathan Beaulieu was acquired from the Montreal Canadiens.


It looks like Ed Snider and Juha Peltonen were right when they said "This team is a mess". The Flyers currently sit 11th in the Eastern Conference with a record of 28-28-8, and were sellers at the 2013 NHL Trade Deadline. Claude Giroux is having a great season (around a PPG pace), but basically everyone else on the team is struggling. Sometimes rookie general managers like to stay quiet during their first year on the job, but obviously Juha Peltonen did not. Today he made a statement that he is not afraid to make big moves when he feels the team needs it. Five trades were completed by the Flyers earlier this morning/afternoon, mostly involving draft picks coming Philly's way. Here is a summary of the Flyers' trades:


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Trade #1



D Kimmo Timonen (84, 37 years old)




2013 1st Round Pick

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Trade #2



RW Mike Knuble (80, 40 years old)




RW Jay Beagle (71, 27 years old)
2013 2nd Round Pick


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Trade #3



LW Ruslan Fedotenko (78, 34 years old)
D Kent Huskins (75, 33 years old)





D Matt Tennyson (69, 22 years old, 2.5 yellow stars)
D Nick Petrecki (73, 23 years old, 2.5 yellow stars)
2013 2nd Round Pick


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Trade #4



RW Daniel Briere (84, 35 years old)




D Kris Russell (78, 25 years old, 3.5 yellow stars)

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Trade #5



C Scott Laughton (60, 18 years old, 4 yellow stars)
LW Simon Gagne (82, 33 years old)
2013 3rd round pick
2013 6th round pick





D Nathan Beaulieu (64, 20 years old, 4 yellow stars)
RW Ian Schultz (64, 23 years old, 2.5 yellow stars)
2013 1st Round Pick


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Shortly after the trade deadline the St Louis Blues placed 25 year old forward Vladimir Sobotka (77, 3.5 yellow stars) on waivers, and he fell all the way to Philly, who claimed him.


After all these trades, the Flyers' group of draft picks for 2013 has changed greatly. Now they own three first round picks (Philly, Montreal, St Louis), three second round picks (Philly, San Jose, Washington), and they also still have their own 5th and 7th round picks. The 2013 Entry Draft is said to be one of the strongest drafts in recent years, so Philly fans can't wait to re-stock the cupboards with new young talent on June 23rd.

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Unforgettable Moment
Season Recap

April 12, 2016



Amidst changes, the New Rangers prevail as they have made the playoffs yet again.

Under GM Flamesrule's reign of General Manager, the New York Rangers have not missed the playoffs, and this year was no different. The Rangers prevailed as the 6th seed in the Eastern Conference, which is good enough to make the playoffs. However, they will not have home ice, which may be a negative. "We'll play it to the best of our abilities", said Captain Ryan Callahan. "I think we'll overcome it; it's not too big of a deal."

Derek Brassard finished the year as the highest point scorer on the Rangers, with 58 points. With that said, everyone seemed to have a down year. The next highest scorer was rookie Adam Erne, who had 47 points.

PlayerGoalsAssistsPoints
D.Brassard145058
A.Erne242347
C.Kreider212546
D.Stepan192645
R.Callahan182543
R.Nash192039
R.McDonagh43034
M.Del Zotto102232
A.Ekblad52429
JT Miller171128
J.Moore42125
M.Staal12223
C.Hagelin101222
D.Girardi31720
B.Mashinter91019
B.Hanowski6915
C.Emmerton4913

PlayerGPGAAWinsLossesOTLSV%SO
H.Lundqvist742.113628892.9910
R.Emery122.2862192.941

Playoff Lines:

Nash(88)-Brassard(85)-Callahan(84)
Kreider(83)-Stepan(84)-Hagelin(82)
Mashinter(79)-Miller(81)-Erne(81)
Larose(79)-Emmerton(78)-Hanowski(79)

McDonagh(87)-Del Zotto(85)
Staal(86)-Ekblad(83)
Moore(79)-Girardi(85)

Lundqvist(91)
Emery(80)



The Rangers will face the Florida Panthers for the 2nd year in a row. Go Rangers!




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^ You really, really need to get rid of Nash. 39 points at 88 overall? LMFAO
He wasn't even scoring much for you before, IIRC

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^ You really, really need to get rid of Nash. 39 points at 88 overall? LMFAO
He wasn't even scoring much for you before, IIRC
Yeah... But I honestly do think we can go far in the playoffs, especially with Lundqvist in net. I don't want to blow it up just yet.

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So looking for who I should keep/ship in a 3 year time frame-ish.

Current depth chart

Player, Age, OVR, Stars, Caphit/yrs remaining, current line, points prior season (NHL)

C:
Malkin, 28, 91, 5*, $9.5/6yr, L1, 87 points
Kopitar, 27, 90, 4.5*, $6.8/2yr, L2, 83 points
Kesler, 29, 87, 4.5*, $5.0/2yr, L3, 51 points
Gaustad, 32, 76, 3.5*, $0.9/1yr, L4, 15 points
Schenn, 23, 78, 4*, 2.050M/7yr, N/A
Scheifele, 21, 81, 4.5*, $0.925/2yr, N/A (faceoffs suck so probably winger)
Graham, 20, 76, 3.5*, $0.925/3yr, N/A
Grigorenko, 20, 75, 4.5*, $1.775/2yr, N/A

LW:
JvR, 25, 87, 4.5*, $4.25/4yr, L1, 46 points
Baertschi, 21, 83, 4.5*, $1.425/1yr, L2, 48 points
Cooke, 36, 78, $1.4/1yr, L4, 15 points

RW:
Voracek, 25, 85, 4.5*, $4.25/2yr, L1, 63 points
Kucherov, 21, 85, 4.5*, $0.745/2 yr, L2, 43 points
Clutterbuck, 26, 80, 3.5*, $2.9/6yr, L4, 17 points
Nyquist, 25, 80, 4.5*, $3.895/6yr, L3, 21 points
Kassian, 23, 79, 4*, $2.35/6yr, L3 (played as LW), 14 points
Silfverberg, 23, 78, 4*, $1.65/3yr, N/A
Etem, 22, 73, 4.5*, $0.9/1yr, N/A

Looking to fill out my forwards for the next ~3 years from that bunch. Cooke and Clutterbuck are sort of locks for 4th line as I don't really have anyone else to fill them.

D:
Doughty, 24, 89, 4.5*, $7/6yr, L1, 44 points
Schultz, 24, 88, 4.5*, $3.775/`yr, L2, 44 points
Rundblad, 23, 87, 4.5*, $4.500/6yr, L3, 24 points
Green, 28, 87, 4.5*, $6.085/1yr, L1, 51 points
Gormley, 22, 83, 4.5*, $1.315/1yr, L3, 13 points
Murray, 20, 80, 4.5*, $3.525/2yr, N/A
Rielly, 20, 82, 4.5*, $0.925/2yr, N/A
Lindholm, 20, 70, 4*, $1.775/1yr, N/A
Reinhart, 20, 69, 4.5*, $0,925/3yr, N/A
Pouliot, 20, 68, 4.5*, $0.925/3yr, N/A
Jones, 19, 67, 4.5*, $0.925/3yr, N/A

Top 6 F right now is fairly straightforward, but I'm looking more longterm.

Baertschi/JvR-Malkin-Kucherov/Voracek
Baertschi/JvR-Kopitar-Kucherov/Voracek

Wondering if I shouldn't move Kopi/Kesler at some point to clear up a top6/9 spot for Grigs, Scheifele, or Schenn. Likewise, I've only got 6 spots in the top 9 for wingers and have Baertschi, Kucherov, JvR, Voracek, Etem, Nyquist, Kassian, Silfverberg and not sure how many of those guys would actually be good outside the top 6. 9 spots between Voracek, Malkin, Baertschi, JvR, Kopitar, Kucherov, Nyquist, Kassian, Etem, Silfverberg, Scheifele, Grigorenko, Schenn.

At D, I basically have to cut one of Rielly, Doughty, Green, Rundblad, Schultz for Murray as he's my only TWD other than Gormley. And Lindholm/Reinhart/Jones will be ready in a year or two. Basically have to pick 6 of Rielly, Doughty, Green, Rundblad, Schultz, Murray, Gormley, Lindholm, Reinhart, Jones.

So I guess to put it simply...

TL;DR Pick 9 of:

Voracek
Malkin
Baertschi
JvR
Kopitar
Kucherov
Nyquist
Kassian
Etem
Silfverberg
Scheifele
Grigorenko
Schenn

Pick 6 of:

Doughty
Green
Rundblad
Schultz
Rielly
Gormley
Murray
Jones
Lindholm
Reinhart


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With scott Glennie failing to develop as planned we needed a 2nd ine center and with rays retirement we also added a good player at both ends of the ice in david clarksson. we also shored up out defence with ian white.


line up to start 2013-14 season

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June 23rd, 2013

Huge Draft Day for Philly


Ottawa 67s captain Sean Monahan was selected 4th overall by the Philadelphia Flyers at the 2013 NHL Draft.


It was a rather poor year for the Philadelphia Flyers, finishing 9th in the Eastern Conference. 9th is the worst place you can finish - you don't make the playoffs, and it also leaves you without a top 10 pick. Philly sat 11th in the East at the trade deadline, and ironically started playing a bit better after trading away their oldest veterans. Their final record was 38-34-10, four points out of 8th place. Claude Giroux led the team with 85 points, and he was 4th in the league. Jakub Voracek had 57 points, which is not bad, and Brayden Schenn had a fantastic year with a career-high 45 points. Beyond them, none of the other forwards on the team did notably well. Neither Mason nor Bryzgalov were very good, but to be far, the defense in front of them was not either. They both had GAAs above 2.60 and their save percentages were .913% (Bryz) and .904% (Mason).


Back at the trade deadline, Flyers GM Juha Peltonen acquired Montreal's first round pick in part of a larger package. Back then, Montreal was just outside of the playoffs and hoped that the addition of Simon Gagne would help them get in. However, it did not, and the Habs bombed the rest of the season. That first round pick turned out to be the 7th overall pick. Philly also picked up St Louis' first round pick at the deadline, and they went on to win the Stanley Cup, so that ended up being the 30th overall pick. The Flyers' own first rounder was the 12th selection.


The Flyers did not select 7th overall, however. They packaged that pick, along with a 7th round pick, and defenseman Matt Konan (64 overall, 21, 3.5 yellow stars) to Ottawa. In return, Philadelphia received the 4th overall selection and center Jim O'Brien (73, 24, 2.5 yellow stars). So in the first round, the Flyers selected 4th overall, 12th overall, and 30th overall. Here is who they took in the top 30:


4th overall: C Sean Monahan (64 overall, 18 years old, 4.5 yellow stars, TWF, Canada)
12th overall: D Darnell Nurse (56 overall, 18 years old, 4 yellow stars, TWD, Canada)
30th overall: G Eric Williams (47 overall, 20 years old, 4 yellow stars, Canada)



Above: Eric Williams (left) and Darnell Nurse (right) were selected 30th and 12th overall, respectively, by the Flyers.


Prior to the second round, Peltonen executed another move. He sent the 48th overall pick and defender Nicklas Grossmann (79, 28 years old) to Columbus in exchange for the 31st overall selection, giving Philly back-to-back picks. With that selection they took big Finnish defender Joonas Valkonen. The Flyers also had two more second round picks, and a 5th round pick. Here are the rest of their selections:


31st overall: D Joonas Valkonen (61 overall, 20 years old, 3.5 yellow stars, DFD, Finland)
42nd overall: C Ryan Kujawinski (58 overall, 18 years old, 3.5 yellow stars, TWF, Canada)
54th overall: C Curtis Lazar (58 overall, 18 years old, 3.5 yellow stars, SNP, Canada)
132nd overall: C Brett Brooks (50 overall, 18 years old, 3.5 yellow stars, TWF, Canada)



Above: Brett Brooks (top-left), Curtis Lazar (top-right),
Ryan Kujawinski (bottom-left), and Joonas Valkonen (bottom-right).

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HABS LOCK UP CORE PIECE, BRING IN VETS
September 1, 2013


P.K. Subban will be wearing that jersey for a long, long time

Montreal Canadiens Contract Negotiations
PosPlayerOvrTypeAgeTermCap HitNotes PosPlayerOvrTypeAgeTermCap HitNotes
CBlake Geoffrion81TWF253 years2.200m- DDavis Drewiske74DFD28--Released
CAndreas Engqvist76TWF251 year0.985m- DJason DeSantis72OFD27--Released
CPetteri Nokelainen73TWF272 years0.650m2 way DBlake Parlett71TWD241 year0.585Accepted QO
CJeff Halpern73GRN37--Released DFrederic St-Denis69OFD272 years0.550m2 way
LWCharles Hudon61TWF190.550m3 yearsEntry-Level DDarren Dietz55TWD183 years0.525mEntry-Level
LWOlivier Archembault54PLY20--Released GPeter Budaj75HYB302 years0.830m2 way
RWRyan White76TWF251 year1.200m- GCristobal Huet73BUT37--Released
RWBrandon Yip75TWF281 year0.775m2 way GDustin Tokarski72HYB233 yars0.660m2 way
DP.K. Subban87TWD248 years6.500mFull NMC GRobert Mayer63HYB23--Released
DYannick Weber76OFD243 years0.925m2 way         

The biggest re-signings that took place this year were for P.K. Subban and Blake Geoffrion, who are both expected to play with the Canadiens this year, along with Ryan White and Peter Budaj.
Subban earned an 8-year contract, making the equivalent of Carey Price (6.500m). Geoffrion will likely anchor the third line, providing a balance of offense and defense.

Montreal Canadiens Signings
PosPlayerOvrTypeAgeTermCap HitNotes
CMaxim Lapierre78GRN282 years1.650m-
DHal Gill79DFD382 years2.000m-
CVictor Rask63SNP203 years0.925mEntry-Level
CMichael St. Croix63PLY203 years0.900mEntry-Level
GLaurent Brossoit59HYB203 years0.900mEntry-Level

Center Maxim Lapierre was brought back to the Habs, after two and a half years with Vancouver and Anaheim. A Montreal second round draft choice in 2003, Lapierre is a defensive, heart-and-soul player who gets under the opponent's skin.
Behemoth Hal Gill is also back for his second stint in Montreal. After spending two and a half years in the bleu, blanc et-rouge, Gill was traded to the Nashville Predators. He contributes little in the offense department, but is a valued leader.

Offseason Trades
TeamAcquires
Travis Moen (77 ovr GRN, 31 y/o, 3.5 White), Patrick Holland (69 ovr TWF, 21 y/o, 2.5 Yellow), Jay Beagle (71 ovr GRN, 27 y/o, 3.0 White)
2014 3rd (CGY)
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Mike Komisarek (76 ovr DFD, 31 y/o, 3.5 White), Colin Behenna (58 ovr PLY, 22 y/o, 2.5 Yellow)
Martin Brodeur (83 ovr STD, 41 y/o, 4.0 White)
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2014 1st (BUF), Jonathan Parker (63 ovr TWF, 22 y/o, 2.5 Yellow)
Filip Kuba (85 ovr TWD, 36 y/o, 3.5 White)

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TeamOffer Sheets PlayerTermCap Hit-TeamReceives Compensation
T.J. Galiardi (80 ovr TWF, 25 y/o, 3.5 Yellow)3 years3.865m-2014 1st (TBL), 2014 3rd (TBL)
James Sheppard (81 ovr TWF, 25 y/o, 3.5 Yellow)2 years3.605m-2013 2nd (CBJ)

Montreal Canadiens Top Prospects
RankPlayerTypeOvrAgePotential
1Alex GalchenyukPLY79194.5 Yellow
2Jonathan DrouinSNP77184.5 Yellow
3Josh MorrisseyOFD74184.5 Yellow
4Victor RaskSNP63204.0 Green
5Jarred TinordiDFD76214.0 Yellow
6Louis LeblancPLY77224.0 Yellow
7Dalton ThrowerTWD71194.0 Yellow
8Anthony ManthaPWF61194.0 Yellow
9Adam ErneTWF60184.0 Yellow
10Jordan SubbanOFD57184.0 Yellow

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I'm really happy that I could sign with Montreal long-term. We have the greatest fans in the world, and I want to prove myself to them.
I've been a fan of the Canadiens since I was a kid, and it would be a dream come true if I could bring the Cup back home.
- P.K. Subban
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So in my Be a gm, I wanted a tough guy to play on my squad, as I feel like it is unrealistic to have your top PIM's leader be a star player with 60 PIM's. So I went into free agency and saw Dylan McIlrath. I checked his stats and he had 448 penalty minutes the season prior!

Any other really unrealistic stats you guys have seen?

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Oilers draft Connor McDavid 2nd Overall


Connor is an Elite Level forward, just adding on to the riches in Edmonton.

We couldn't pass up on an oppurtunity to Draft Connor. He is an excellent talent and a great kid. He has been compared to Sidney Crosby. Los Angeles wanted to trade their 2nd Overall pick so this deal all fell together, and as we had several picks in this years draft. The deal is broken down below:



Boston's 1st Round Pick (27th Overall)
Columbus' 1st Round Pick (29th Overall)
Edmonton's 2nd Round Pick (46th Overall)
Boston's 3rd Round Pick (87th Overall)



Los Angeles' 1st Round Pick (2nd Overall)

We only did make one other notable selection besides Connor, 16th Overall.

Notable Selections

1st Round Pick - 2nd Overall - Forward - Connor McDavid - 5 Stars!
1st Round Pick - 16th Overall - Forward - Dwayne Zalesak - 3 1/2 Stars

Retirements

Manny Malholtra

I didn't catch all his stats but he did get over 1,000 games. Thank you for your services, Manny.

Re-Signings

Jack Connolly - 2 Years - $2,555,000
Teemu Hartikainen - 1 Year - $2,800,000
Justin Schultz - 3 Years - $5,000,000
Nail Yakupov - 6 Years - $5,250,000

Oilers land great Shutdown D-Man Jarred Tinordi from Habs



Free Agent Signings

Jay McClement - 3 Years - $1,500,000
Jarred Tinordi - 2 Years - $2,850,000

Jarred was an RFA for Montreal and we love his style, and his 4 1/2 Stars for Physical and Defence with a 4 Star Shot. He is also a Tower at 6'7". We now have a predicament though. We have 8 Solid Defenceman that can play for us. We can all afford them (For now). But I am still wondering what to do.

Trades



Alex Plante (26 Years Old, Depth D, 78 Overall, 3 Stars)
Anton Khudobin (29 Years Old, Minor STRT G)



Washington's 2016 1st Round Pick



Luke Adam (25 Years Old, 3rd Line CHK FWD, 80 Overall, 3 1/2 Stars)



Magnus Backlund (19 Years Old, PWR-FWD, 3 1/2 Green Stars)



Sam Gagner (25 Years Old, 3rd Line SCR FWD, 81 Overall, 4 Stars)



Georg Baader (19 Years Old, Two-Way D-Man, 4 Stars)
Philly's 2016 4th Round Pick

Rosters next.



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2015-16 Edmonton Oilers

* - Rookie

Taylor Hall (85 Overall) 'A' - Ryan Nugent-Hopkins (86 Overall) 'A' - Jordan Eberle (86 Overall) 'C'
Chris Kreider (84 Overall) - Brandon Sutter (86 Overall) - Nail Yakupov (87 Overall)
Teemu Hartikainen (81 Overall) - *Jack Connolly (82 Overall) - Ales Hemsky (82 Overall)
Magnus Paajarvi (80 Overall) - Jay McClement (79 Overall) - David Clarkson (81 Overall)

Jeff Petry (85 Overall) - Justin Schultz (86 Overall)
Ryan Whitney (85 Overall) - *Aaron Ekblad (85 Overall)
Jarred Tinordi (83 Overall) - Adam Clendening (82 Overall)

Devan Dubnyk - *Oscar Dansk (84 Overall)

2015-16 Oklahoma City Barons

Philippe Cornet (79 Overall, 3 Stars) - Matej Beran (78 Overall, 3 1/2 Stars) - Toni Rajala (77 Overall, 3 1/2 Stars)
Brendan Ranford (74 Overall, 2 1/2 Green Stars) - Anton Lander (78 Overall, 3 1/2 Stars) 'A' - Tyler Pitlick (76 Overall, 3 1/2 Stars)
Curtis Hamilton (70 Overall, 3 Stars) - Fredrick Gauthier (64 Overall, 4 Stars) - Jonathan Cheechoo (75 Overall)
Mitch Moroz (64 Overall, 3 Stars) - Eric Hunter (64 Overall) - *Magnus Backlund (62 Overall, 3 1/2 Green Stars)

Patrick Sieloff (81 Overall, 4 Stars) 'A' - Colten Teubert (81 Overall) 'C'
Martin Marincin (75 Overall, 3 1/2 Stars) - Mikko Kousa (74 Overall)
Oscar Klefbom (69 Overall) - Taylor Fedun (73 Overall)
*Georg Baader (62 Overall, 4 Stars)
*Joonas Valkonen (69 Overall, 3 1/2 Stars)
Marty Gernat (67 Overall, 3 1/2 Stars)
Rasmus Ristolainen (57 Overall, 4 Stars)

Olivier Roy (72 Overall, 3 1/2 Stars) - *Brandon Fiebelkorn (49 Overall, 4 Stars)

"WE WANT THE CUP!!!!!!!"


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April 16th 2013
A Dissapointing Year for the Blizzards...

Blizzards rookie centerman Jonathan Huberdeau was one of the few players who had a good season.

The Blizzards had a dissapointing first year in Quebec City as they ended the regular season with a record of 31-44-7 for a total of 69 points and a 28th place finish. The general manager FrenchTickler had hoped for a possible play-off run or a few more wins but found it to be almost impossible considering the roster he had in place. Once the trade deadline came around, FrenchTickler made a to go into rebuild mode and struck deal that sent forwards Kris Versteeg and Colin Jacobs to the LA Kings in return for their 1st round draft pick of 2013. After trading away their second line right-winger, they signed free-agent forward Gilbert Brule for the remainder of the season to fill in Versteeg's spot. At the moment, the Blizzards own 4 picks in the first round of the upcoming draft which has been dubbed has the best draft since 2003.

However, not all was bad in Quebec City this year as some players perfomed quite well which gives FrenchTickler some great hopes for the future. In fact, Alexander Radulov led the team in points with 35 goals and 38 assists for a total of 73 points in 82 games. Furthermore, centerman Jonathan Huberdeau is getting nominated for the Calder Memorial Trophy after finishing his rookie campaign with 22 goals and 32 assists to lead all rookies with a total of 54 points. Last but not the least, defenseman Dmitry Kulikov had a stellar year where he finished second in the scoring race for defensemen at 50 points. He is also in the race for the James Norris Trophy awarded to the best defenseman of the league. The farm team of the Blizzards saw more success as they clinched a spot for the Calder Cup play-offs. GM FrenchTickler might send a few players from the NHL down to the AHL to increases Rochester's chances of winning the trophy.

Quebec City Blizzards Player Stats

Player NameGoalsAssistsPoints
A. Radulov353873
S. Weiss253863
J. Huberdeau223254
T. Fleischmann183553
D. Kulikov113950
P. Mueller173047
F. Kuba63844
E. Jovanovski52833
S. Upshall121224
S. Bergenheim111324
T. Kopecky14620
B. Mcnabb8917
M. Goc5813
J. Skille7411
M. Weaver01010
L. Adam6410
E. Gudbransson369
G. Brule*145
N. Bjustad**000

* Only played 19 games
** Only took part in 2 games

Player NameGPGAAWinsLossesOTL/SOLSV%SO
J. Markstrom422.861223490,363
J. Theodore452.721921390,833

*Next up will be the draft where the Blizzards will draft some very interesting players!

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Oilers deal Hemsky to 'Canes for young Defensive Rook Adam Kambeitz


When people were asked to sum up Adam in a few words they said: "Heart and Soul". He is a warrior.

We had our eye on Adam ever since we saw Carolina drafted him. He was a perfect example of a "leader" in junior with the Red Deer Rebels, Saskatoon Blades and Seattle Thunderbirds. We got to see him alot when the Rebels/or other mentioned teams faced the Edmonton Oil Kings. He went undrafted 2 years in a row but was eventually drafted 21st Overall in 2013.

We aren't doing bad in the standings, infact we are atop of the League, we just tried to nab Adam, as he is a kid we felt we couldn't pass up on. It didn't go without a price however. We tried many different approaches on dealing for him, but none worked intell the last one. Ales Hemsky, a long time Oiler, was always in the mix to go to Carolina but we needed to find another piece(s) to add with it. We did have to give up a dynamic player in Leon Draisatl but in the end we felt we were comfortable with the deal. The deal is broken down below:



Ales Hemsky (32 Years Old, 2nd Line Forward, 82 Overall)
Leon Draisatl (20 Years Old, Unsigned Prospect, 3 1/2 Stars)



Adam Kambeitz (23 Years Old, 3rd Line CHK FWD, 3 1/2 Green Stars)

Adam has a 5 Star Shot and a 5 Star Defence category. We feel this is a great addition to our Club. He will play on the 3rd Line LW and wear #32.

We'd like to give a big thank you to Ales and his Family. For all his years of service and charity time given. He played 850 games with us and will go down as "Always An Oiler" and will always be remembered. We thank you again Ales. And we really belive Leon will be an NHL'er for a long time, and wish him the best of luck in Carolina.



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So looking for who I should keep/ship in a 3 year time frame-ish.

TL;DR Pick 9 of:

Voracek
Malkin
Baertschi
JvR
Kopitar
Kucherov
Nyquist
Kassian
Etem
Silfverberg
Scheifele
Grigorenko
Schenn

Pick 6 of:

Doughty
Green
Rundblad
Schultz
Rielly
Gormley
Murray
Jones
Lindholm
Reinhart
Baertschi - Malkin - Voracek
Nyquist - Kopitar - Etem
Silfverberg - Kesler - Kassian

Rielly - Jones
Murray - Schultz
Reinhart - Rundblad

is probably what I'd do. Is this with or without cap on? If it's on, probably won't be able to keep that together.
Might actually switch out Etem for Kucherov/Scheifele/Grigorenko, I havent seen Etem develop well in NHL 13.

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So I think I might be getting bored of my Devils dynasty. Plus I got a pretty good idea for another GM which I will start this afternoon. Anyway. Five years with New Jersey was pretty fun. 2 Stanley Cups and 3 ECF losses. Lots of success. My top players over that 5-year span:

Kovalchuk, Henrique, Zajac, Semin, McDavid, Goligoski, Blum, Pitkanen, Zidlicky and Varlamov.

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Note - Forgot to do ASG update, but Backstrom, Ovechkin and Varlamov made the all star team.



SURGING CAPITALS


Alexander Semin and Nicklas Backstrom celebrate a late third period goal which ended up with the Capitals 10th straight win leading up to the trade deadline.

The Capitals had a mid season rut which left them third in the Southeast with a 25-15-7 record. However, the All Star break proved to be effective as RW Alexander Semin broke a month and a half goal drought scoring a hattrick against Ottawa to start the second half of the season. The Capitals then surged following that win for an overall 12-2-2 record after the All Star break leading them to first in the East at the trade deadline (however, Toronto and Boston could overtake the Caps if they win their games in hand).

Capitals Point Leaders
Alexander Ovechkin - 83 (39+44)
Nicklas Backstrom 82 (20+62)
Alexander Semin 65 (23+42)
Evgeny Kuznetsov 40 (25+15)
Mike Ribeiro 38 (12+26)

Next Update - End of Regular Season

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I'm getting bored with my Rangers dynasty..I might start up a new one, but I'm not completely sure. I may do an International league type of GM that would last awhile.

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June 26th 2013
Bright Future Ahead!

The Blizzards selected Halifax Mooseheads left-winger Jonathan Drouin 1st overall in the 2013 NHL Entry Draft

While the Blizzards had a dissapointing year, their AHL affiliate, the Rochester Americans saw much success in the post-season and won the Calder Cup. It was Luke Adam who scored an overtime goal in game 7 against the Providence Bruins to give the Americans the great honors. Prospect Drew Shore had a very succesful play-off run has he finished with 21 points in 27 games. FrenchTickler had also sent down Jacob Markstrom to help out the Americans and he proved to be very helpful by recording the 16 wins required to win the trophy and by posting a GAA of 1.86 along with a SV% of 93.16.

The NHL awards were also held right after the completion of the NHL and AHL play-offs and here were the winners:

Stanley Cup - Philadelphia Flyers
President's Trophy - St. Louis Blues
Clarence S. Campbell Bowl - Minnesota Wild
Prince of Wales Trophy - Philadelphia Flyers
Art Ross Trophy - Jonathan Toews (CHI)
Hart Memorial Trophy - Martin St. Louis (STL)
James Norris Trophy - Dion Phaneuf (TOR)
Lady Bing Memorial Trophy - John Tavares (HAL)
Calder Memorial Trophy - Jonathan Huberdeau (QC)
Conn Smythe Trophy - Claude Giroux (PHI)
Vezina Trophy - Carey Price (MTL)
William M. Jennings Trophy - Roberto Luongo (VAN)
Bill Masterton Trophy - Robyn Regehr (LA)
Frank J. Selke Trophy - Pavel Datsyuk (DET)
Ted Lindsay Award - Carey Price (MTL)
Maurice Richard Trophy - Alexander Ovechkin (WAS)

The Blizzards chose the right year to stack up on many draft picks considering the great potential of the 2013 Entry Draft. They also won the draft lottery which enabled them to select first in the draft. They shocked the hockey world by selecting Montreal native Jonathan Drouin who was ranked 3rd in most of the draft lists behind Nathan Mackinnon and Seth Jones. They also made 3 other first round draft selections in Valeri Nichushkin, Frederick Gauthier and Josh Morrisey. The Russian power-forward Nichushkin is said to be NHL ready as of next year already with his 6'3" and 223 lbs and will most likely have a spot on the Blizzards second line depending on its performance in the pre-season. GM FrenchTickler said he was excited by the selections he made and is looking forward to working with this promising draft class in the upcoming years. He also mentionned that he felt like Drouin was the right choice as a first overall pick because he will fit perfectly on the 1st line with Huberdeau and Radulov in future years.


Quebec City Blizzards 2013 Entry Draft Selection

OrderPlayer NamePositionOverallPotential
1(1)J. DrouinLW604.5
1(10)V. NichuschkinLW784 (Green)
1(13)F. GauthierC584
1(26)J. MorrisseyD544
2(33)M. KlimchukC574
2(35)T. JarryG454
2(59)J. SubbanD573.5
3(63)S. AndrighettoRW583
5(123)C. UllyLW523.5
6(153)G. AsselinRW582.5
7(183)F. GamelinC562.5 (Red)

Next up will be the contracts signings, summer trades and the opening night roster.



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BREAKING NEWS: HABS' PLANE CRASHES

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In a shocking turn of event, the airplane in which the Montreal Canadiens were traveling crashed this morning between Montreal and Toronto. It is believed as many as 23 active players were killed in the incident. The Canadiens were going to Toronto to play the Leafs in their first pre-season game. Montreal head coach Michel Therrien and GM Marc Bergevin were also killed.

Only one player seems to have survived: Alexei Emelin. But he is likely to be injured for a long period of time and might not play in 2012-13. As well, Tomas Kaberle was not in the plane as he wasn't slated to start the year with the Habs. The players that were killed are: Armstrong, Bouillon, Bourque, Budaj, Desharnais, Diaz, Drewiske, Eller, Galchenyuk, Gallagher, Gionta, Gorges, Halpern, Markov, Moen, Pacioretty, Plekanec, Price, Prust, Ryder, Subban, Weber and White.

The NHL has notified Montreal owner Geoff Molson that he needs to have a team ready by early October to start the season. Therefore, most of the Hamilton Bulldogs player will likely don the Bleu-Blanc-Rouge this coming season. Or will they?

Although we have just learned that the Maple Leafs and the Bruins have agreed to give a player to the Montreal Canadiens in honor of their long-time rivalry. In order to help out the Habs, they were given the rights to John-Michael Liles and Daniel Paille.

News of free agent signings should come soon as the Canadiens new GM, young #57 and new head coach Guy Boucher try to fill both the Habs and Bulldogs rosters for this coming season. #57 sure has a lot of work to do and rumours has it he already has some deals made with players from overseas.

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