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He had six more years left at a cap hit of $5.6M. 82 overall

I probably won't post the offseason report until tomorrow, but since you asked I'll reveal now that I did buy him out. Tried to trade him but no one would take his contract.

Might post about the draft later.
Ok, good to know. Cool.

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Cape Breton Screaming Eagles: Revamped

Veterans Acquired

Anthony Duclair, the newest CB Eagle

The Cape Breton Screaming Eagles have acquired four players in three separate deals with the Victoriaville Tigres, the Quebec Remparts, and their arch rival Halifax Mooseheads. The newest four members of the Cape Breton Screaming Eagles are forward Ross Johnston (Victoriaville), defenseman Jonathan Diaby (Victoriaville), superstar forward Anthony Duclair (Quebec), and forward Ryan Falkenham (Halifax). Going to the three teams are various picks throughout the next three midget and Import drafts. "Today is a huge day for our hockey club. Ross and Jonathan give the team two huge players who can not only play with the best of them, but fight with the best of them two. Anthony is a speedy winger, who when is hot, basically can't be stopped, and Ryan is a very solid defensive player and we're glad to be able to call all of these guys Eagles." said GM Jean Gagnon. "It's great to be traded back in the maritimes," said Johnston, the lone one that was recorded in an interview. "When I got traded to Victoriaville I was nervous, because of the French, but now I don't have to face that, and I'm glad of it." To see these four, you'll have to attend our training camp, which opens mid August.

-July 10th, 2013

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June 23rd, 2014
2014 NHL Entry Draft Recap


London Knights left winger Remi Elie was selected early in the second round (33rd overall) by Philadelphia.


Just like last year, it was another big draft day for the Philadelphia Flyers. They didn't make any trades this time, but still drafted 3rd overall and had four picks in the next two rounds. There are reports that Juha Peltonen reached out to Devils GM Lou Lamoriello regarded the first overall pick, but Lamoriello refused to deal it. Especially to a divisional rival. The Flyers were targeting top defensive prospect Aaron Ekblad, but New Jersey also wanted him above every else.


The Flyers are content with who they received at 3rd overall, however. As expected, the Devils took Aaron Ekblad, and then the Florida Panthers selected top forward prospect Mikael Lehner. Center Sam Reinhart was ranked as the #3 best skater prospect, but since the Flyers already have enough centers (Giroux, Monahan, Schenn, Couturier, and more), they passed on him. Surprisingly Reinhart dropped to 6th overall, where he was selected by Minnesota. So who did Philadelphia select?


"First of all," said Juha Peltonen, at the draft podium. "I'd like to congratulate the Edmonton Oilers on their recent Stanley Cup victory. And I'd like to thank all Flyers fans around the world for sticking with us through these last couple tough years. Now... with the 3rd overall selection in the 2014 NHL Draft, the Philadelphia Flyers are proud to select Niklas Lindstrom from MODO of the SEL."


Lindstrom is an 18 year old goalie from Sweden, and is the highest-drafted goalie in Flyers history. Due to his name, he will likely forever be confused with Detroit's hall-of-fame defenseman Nicklas Lidstrom, who most consider one of the best ever. Lindstrom will not likely be one of the best goaltenders ever, but has a high ceiling and should be fantastic is he reaches his potential. He will participate in the Flyers' training camp later this summer, but will most likely return to MODO of the Swedish Elite League for at least another season. Even though 26 year old Steve Mason showed promise in net last season for the Flyers, they are glad to have some extra reassurance if Mason doesn't continue his strong play. Or if Lindstrom takes a while to develop, he can take over when Mason's time in Philly is over.


Here is the full list of top ten selections from this year's draft:

#TeamPlayerPositionOverallAgePotentialCountry
1New JerseyAaron EkbladDefense60 TWD184.5 YellowCanada
2FloridaMikael LehnerCenter71 PLY194.5 YellowSweden
3PhiladelphiaNiklas LindstromGoalie58 HYB184 GreenSweden
4VancouverMiroslav ValabikRight Wing59 SNP193.5 YellowSlovakia
5DallasRyan SmithRight Wing59 PWF193.5 YellowAmerica
6MinnesotaSam ReinhartCenter75 PLY184.5 YellowCanada
7ColumbusShayne GwinnerDefense61 OFD204 YellowCanada
8WinnipegJasper LindstenCenter52 TWF194 YellowFinland
9AnaheimJake VirtanenRight Wing49 SNP174 YellowCanada
10PittsburghColton BobykDefense52 DFD184 YellowCanada


As mentioned earlier, Philadelphia also made four other notable selections in rounds two and three. They picked up two left wingers, a defenseman, and another goaltender who all have NHL potential. Here is the full list of the Flyers' notable draft picks:

#PositionPlayerOverallAgePotentialCountry
3CenterNiklas Lindstrom58 HYB184 GreenSweden
33Left WingRemi Elie53 TWF193.5 YellowCanada
40DefenseReid Gow54 OFD203.5 YellowCanada
63GoalieMack Shields50 HYB193.5 YellowCanada
64Left WingTrevor Petersen54 TWF193.5 YellowCanada


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2013 Offseason Report

The Predators made minor free agent signings and resigned some players this offseason. They didn't make any big moves.


Contract Renewals

Player Salary Length
Jonathon Blum 3.375M 3yrs
Roman Josi 1.285M 2yrs
Nick Spaling 1.99M 2yrs
Jonathan Drouin 0.925M 3yrs
Nikita Zadorov 0.925M 3yrs
Matthew Halischuk 1.08M 2yrs
Bobby Butler 0.75M 2yrs
Miikka Salomaki 0.56M 3yrs
Max Görtz 0.56M 3yrs


Free Agency

Player Position Age Potential Overall Salary Length
Atte Engren G 25 77 3 1.00M 2yrs
Bud Holloway LW 25 80 3 2.14M 3yrs
Damien Brunner C 27 79 3.5 White 1.75M 3yrs


2013-14 Nashville Predators

Drouin (78) Fisher (82) Legwand (83)
Brunner (79) Forsberg (79) Smith (84)
Spaling (81) Bourque (77) Holloway (80)
Halischuk (76) Gaustad (76) Butler (75)
Blum (83) Weber (90)
Zadorov (77) Ellis (81)
Josi (81) Klein (78)
Rinne (89)
Engren (77)


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REINVIGORATED CANADIENS START STRONG
October 6, 2013


Returning Habs Maxim Lapierre and Hal Gill are back for round two in Montreal

Montreal Canadiens Line-up
Max Pacioretty (84 PWF) - A Tomas Plekanec (86 PLY) - C Brian Gionta (84 SNP)
Rene Bourque (83 TWF) - Lars Eller (82 PLY) - *Sebastian Collberg (78 SNP)
*Jason Chimera (78 GRN) - *Blake Geoffrion (81 TWF) - *Brendan Gallagher (76 TWF)
Brandon Prust (76 TGH) - *Maxim Lapierre (78 GRN) - Ryan White (76 TWF)

A Andrei Markov (87 OFD) - P.K. Subban (87 TWD)
Josh Gorges (82 DFD) - Rafael Diaz (78 OFD)
Tomas Kaberle (80 OFD) - Alexei Emelin (78 DFD)
*Hal Gill (79 DFD)

Carey Price (90 HYB)
Peter Budaj (75 HYB)

Italicized indicates Rookie
* indicates new to the roster

Hamilton Bulldogs Line-Up
Patrick O'Sullivan (76 PLY) - Louis Leblanc (77 PLY) - C Jonathan Cheechoo (76 SNP)
Robbie Schremp (74 PLY) - Andreas Engqvist (71 TWF) - *Victor Rask (63 SNP)
Alexandre Giroux (73 SNP) - *Michael Bournival (70 TWF) - Brandon Yip (75 TWF)
Mathieu Darche (72 TWF) - Petteri Nokelainen (73 TWF) - Byron Bitz (73 GRN)
*Michael St. Croix (63 PLY)

A *Jarred Tinordi (76 DFD) - Yannick Weber (76 OFD)
*Nathan Beaulieu (67 DFD) - *Blake Parlett (71 TWD)
A Frederic St-Denis (69 OFD) - *Darren Dietz (55 TWD)

Dustin Tokarski (72 HYB)
*Peter Delmas (70 BUT)

Pre-Season
HomeScoreAway
MTL3-4OTT
BUF3-6MTL
TOR2-3(SO)MTL
MTL5-1BOS

Once again, the Canadiens started the season against the Senators, but this time in Canada's capital:
-Only 6 minutes into the game, Brian Gionta sent a saucer from their own zone to a waiting Rene Bourque, who raced past Erik Karlsson before going backhand-forehand-fivehole on Anderson
-Less than 3 minuntes later, Blake Geoffrion's forecheck led to a bodycheck that knocked Ottawa's new captain Chris Phillips over; Geoffrion stole the puck and snapped it past Craig Anderson's blocker
-Ottawa answered 5 minutes later, as Guillaume Latendresse sped past an aging Andrei Markov to beat Carey Price and cut Montreal's lead in half
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-Lars Eller shoved Sergei Gonchar off the puck, leaving Brian Gionta to pick up the loose puck and skate down an open lane to pick the top corner of Ottawa's net
-Tomas Plekanec won the draw back to Andrei Markov, leading to a pass to P.K. Subban, who winds up and slaps it past Craig Anderson's flailing glove
-Rene Bourque sent a lser just inside the post, stretching the lead to 5-1 with 1:30 left in the second
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-Tomas Plekanec added insult to injury, wiring a slap shot from the top of the circle to end the game at 6-1

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We had a nice start to the year in 2012, and it's nice to head in the right direction early, but everyone understands it's an 82-game season, and we all take it one game at a time.
- winger Max Pacioretty
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We made 2 notable selections at the 2016 draft this year, Overall wise our 1st Round Pick looks like a Darkhorse.

Notable Selections

1st Round Pick - 19th Overall - Foward - Stephen Burke - 3 1/2 Stars
1st Round Pick - 24th Overall - Defenceman - Niklas Heuselis - 3 1/2 Stars

Stephen is 77 Overall and listed as a '4th Line Forward', with a 4 star potential shot, 4 star puck skills and 4 star physical category. I would play him on the 4th line this year but I have better players to fill the 4th. He does look promising though.

We also made one deal at the Draft:



David Clarkson (32 Years Old, 3rd Line CHK FWD, 79 Overall)



Los Angeles' 2017 2nd Round Pick

Re-Signings

Tyler Pitlick - 3 Years - $1,500,000
Adam Kambeitz - 2 Years - $2,200,000
Teemu Hartikainen - 1 Year - $2,800,000
Ryan Whitney - 2 Years - $4,200,000

Trades



Toni Rajala (25 Years Old, 3rd Line SCR FWD, 81 Overall, 3 1/2 Stars)
Montreal's 2017 7th Round Pick



Oliver Knutsen (19 Years Old, 2016 1st Overall Pick, 4 Stars)



Adam Clendening (23 Years Old, Top 6 Defenceman, 80 Overall, 4 Stars)



Derrik Pouliot (22 Years Old, 70 Overall, 4 1/2 Stars)
Pittsburgh's 2017 5th Round Pick

I have Defenceman Colten Teubert we're holding out on, as an RFA. He is 26 Years Old, 83 Overall, 4 Stars. We already have 6 Defenceman and we can afford Colten but we'll have to see what we do with him.

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Flyers Thinking Playoffs?
2014 Offseason Report


Veteran defenseman Jay Bouwmeester was signed to a three year deal and will play a big role on the Flyers' defense.


Unlike last summer, this offseason was very eventful for the Flyers. After picking third overall at the draft, Philly had to hand out new contracts to some of their key core players - including team captain Claude Giroux. He was signed for four years at a cap hit of $9 million. There are reports that the Flyers were looking to get him on a seven or eight year deal, but at those terms he asked for too much money. Right winger Matt Read was the only roster player to be released by the Flyers. Here is the full list of re-signings by the Flyers:

Players Re-Signed
PositionPlayerOverallAgePotentialYears/Total $
CenterClaude Giroux90 PLY26 4.5 Yellow4 years/$36M
Left WingVladimir Sobotka84 TWF27n/a3 years/$12M
GoalieSteve Mason83 HYB263.5 Yellow6 years/$11.4M
DefenseAndrej Meszaros85 TWD28n/a2 years/$10M
CenterSean Couturier79 TWF214 Yellow2 years/$2.4M
DefenseJonas Junland79 OFD263 Yellow2 years/$2.4M
DefenseErik Gustafsson81 OFD253 Yellow1 year/$2.385M
CenterBrayden Schenn79 TWF224 Yellow1 year/$1.455M

+ AHL players and prospects


Also during the re-signing period, 34 year old netminder Ilya Bryzgalov's contract was bought out. Fans were incredibly happy, as his level of play has been very poor in the last three seasons. He was being paid $5.6 million and had another six years left on his contract. Philly could still afford that contract but felt it was too much money, and wanted a new goaltender to backup Steve Mason. The buyout penalty is $1.888 million for twelve years. It's long, but worth it as it clears up a bit more cap space to spend in the upcoming years.


Now onto free agent signings. The Flyers managed to ink five players - four who will join their roster this year and one prospects for the AHL. Their biggest signing was veteran defenseman Jay Bouwmeester, who was the best defenseman available on the market. They also got a new backup goaltender and added a couple forwards for their bottom-six.

Flyers' Free Agent Signings
PositionPlayerOverallAgePotentialYears/Total $
DefenseJay Bouwmeester86 TWD30n/a3 years/$19.5M
GoalieViktor Fasth82 HYB31n/a3 years/$5.7M
Left WingTommy Kristiansen78 PWF253 Yellow2 years/$2.8M
Right WingDerek Dorsett74 GRN27n/a3 years/$2.775M
DefenseDalton Thrower62 TWD204 Yellow3 years/$0.925M (2-way)


The moves don't stop there, though. Juha Peltonen also pulled the trigger on three trades this offseason. Among the players traded were Jonas Junland and Scott Hartnell. Here are the details of the trades:

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Trade #1



D Jonas Junland (79 overall, 27 years old)




2015 2nd Round Pick

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Trade #2



G Eric Williams (49 overall, 21 years old, 4 yellow stars)
C Brett Brooks (54 overall, 19 years old, 3.5 yellow stars)





2015 1st Round Pick

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Trade #3



LW Scott Hartnell (83 overall, 32 years old)
2015 3rd Round Pick





LW Milan Michalek (83 overall, 29 years old)

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Before we get to the starting lineup, here is a list of the Flyers' top prospects:

Top Prospects
PositionPlayerOverallAgePotentialLeague
CenterSean Monahan67 TWF194.5 YellowAHL
GoalieNiklas Lindstrom58 HYB194 GreenCHL
DefenseNathan Beaulieu70 OFD214 YellowAHL
Left WingEric Wellwood77 TWF244 YellowAHL
DefenseDalton Thrower62 TWD204 YellowAHL
DefenseDarnell Nurse59 TWD194 YellowCHL
DefenseJoonas Valkonen65 DFD213.5 YellowAHL
CenterRyan Kujawinski61 TWF193.5 YellowCHL
CenterCurtis Lazar61 SNP193.5 YellowCHL
Left WingTrevor Petersen54 TWF193.5 YellowCHL
Left WingRemi Elie53 TWF193.5 YellowCHL
GoalieMack Shields50 HYB193.5 YellowCHL
DefenseReid Gow54 OFD203.5 YellowAHL


It appears as though the Flyers are aiming to make the playoffs after all these moves. But are they good enough? You be the judge.


2014-15 Philadelphia Flyers Starting Lineup

(Lines will likely change)

Vladimir Sobotka (84) - Claude Giroux (90, C) - Jakub Voracek (85, A)
Milan Michalek (83) - Tyler Bozak (80) - Wayne Simmonds (83)
Tommy Kristiansen (78) - Brayden Schenn (79) - Sean Couturier (79)
Zac Rinaldo (76) - Max Talbot (78) - Derek Dorsett (74)

Jay Bouwmeester (86) - Luke Schenn (82)
Braydon Coburn (84, A) - Andrej Meszaros (85)
Eric Gustafsson (81) - Kris Russel (80)

Steve Mason (83) - Viktor Fasth (82)

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Cape Breton Screaming Eagles: Revamped

D-Core Bolstered

Olivier Houle, one of four blueliners acquired by the Eagles

Today, the Cape Breton Screaming Eagles saw four more faces added to the team. All defensemen, and all french. 20 year old Olivier Houle, acquired from Bathurst, 19 year old Jérémie Fraser, acquired from Val d'Or, 19 year old Dominic Talbot-Tassi, acquired from Sherbrooke, and 17 year old Justin Guénette, acquired from Rouyn-Noranda. "This is a day to remember for our team," said GM Jean Gagnon. "In Olivier, we get one of our three 20 year olds, and we know he is a big, mean, tough defensive defenseman. Jérémie is another big, solid defensive guy, and Justin and Dominic are smaller two-way guys. We are glad to have all four of them." "Bathurst wasn't going to keep me as a 20, and that was really disappointing for me, but to get this opportunity, it's incredible. I can't wait to steer the ship for the youngsters." Houle said of the trade. This gives the Eagles five defensemen that have QMJHL experience. The team's really starting to shape up.

-July 16th, 2013

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@ Deku- Kujawinski turns out very well. He turns into an 80-83 OVR type of player. I drafted him in my Rangers GM and he is in the AHL right now. Good find.

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Cape Breton Screaming Eagles: Revamped

Forward Group Much Improved

Habs prospect Olivier Archambault joins Cape Breton

Montreal Canadiens prospect Olivier Archambault is one of four impact players acquired today by the Screaming Eagles. Archambault, 20, joins 20 year old Jack Nevins, 19 year old Matt Bursey, and 18 year old Vincent Dunn on the Eagles squad. "We filled some needs today, regarding scoring, toughness, and energy. Archambault will be among our most dangerous scorers next year, Nevins will be looked at for his physical play and leadership, Bursey for his chippiness and energy, and Dunn will provide a mix of all these things." said GM Jean Gagnon. Archambault came from the Drummondville Voltigeurs, Nevins and Bursey from the PEI Rocket, and Dunn from Gatineau. "I'm really looking forward to this fresh opportunity," said Archambault. "I know that we will have a young team, but an exciting one at that. I can't wait to hit the ice!" The Eagles are looking to make some noise this year it seems. Lots of impact players are joining the team.

-July 23rd, 2013

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The Miracle Continues
2nd Round Recap
May 9, 2016



Henrik Lundqvist talks about his success in this year's playoffs.

In the 2nd round of the Eastern Conference Playoffs, the New York Rangers played against the 2nd seeded team; the Carolina Hurricanes. Many people thought that the Hurricanes would run all over the rangers, however, that was not the case. It was the other way around,a s the New York Rangers beat the Hurricanes in six games. The Hurricanes power play was awful, as they went 1 for 20."We lost because of that sole reason", said Captain Eric Staal. "They played a great penalty kill and we couldn't figure out what they were doing. The better team won."

Henrik Lundqvist also played very well; many have said the rangers won the series just because of him. King Henrik had a 1.25 GAA and posted three shutouts. "As well as I'm playing", he said, "I feel a lot of the credit goes to the defense. With players like Staal, Girardi, and Del Zotto, we have a recipe for success. They definitely help raise my stats and value. I'm just happy that we're winning."

Game One: 4-0 W
Game Two: 1-2 OTL
Game Three: 0-2 W
Game Four: 1-4 W

Game Five: 3-2 L
Game Six: 0-1 2OTW


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Cape Breton Screaming Eagles: Revamped

Depth Added

Antoine Venne, pictured, is one of five players invited to training camp

Forwards Antoine Venne, Joey Bernard, and Brandon Pye, as well as defenseman Anthony Cortese, and goaltender Chase Gaudet have all been invited to Cape Breton's training camp. No word came from head coach Guy Boucher, nor GM Jean Gagnon on the players, but it's not expected these players make the team, and if they do, it'll be in a low-end role.

-July 27th, 2013

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Predators Miss Playoffs Again

The Nashville Predators made no moves at the trade deadline. They missed the playoffs with a record of 38-33-11 for 87 points and 9th in Western Conference. Ryan Ellis was the only Predator to participate in the NHL All-Star Game and Pekka Rinne won Ted Lindsay Award as the best player voted by the NHLPA.


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Cape Breton Screaming Eagles: Revamped

Eagles top off roster; Ready for Camp

Steve Duda, pictured, is going to Eagles camp

The Cape Breton Screaming Eagles are all set for training camp. Steve Duda, American defenseman, joins forwards Michael Gagnon and Vytal Côté, and goaltender Simon Lemieux as the final pieces to the puzzle for Eagles camp. "We have added not only some fine hockey players, but some fine individuals to our camp roster. We welcome the boys to camp, and wish them the best of luck in making the roster." said head coach Guy Boucher.

Eagles camp will consist of three intrasquad games, and three exhibition games. Cuts will be made throughout the duration.

-July 31st, 2013


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* - Rookie

2016-17 Edmonton Oilers

Taylor Hall (85 Overall) 'A' - Ryan Nugent-Hopkins (86 Overall) 'A' - Jordan Eberle (87 Overall) 'C'
Chris Kreider (85 Overall) - Brandon Sutter (85 Overall) - Nail Yakupov (87 Overall)
Adam Kambeitz (82 Overall) - Jack Connolly (81 Overall) - Teemu Hartikainen (82 Overall)
Magnus Paajarvi (81 Overall) - Jay McClement (78 Overall) - *Tyler Pitlick (80 Overall)

Aaron Ekblad (88 Overall) - Justin Schultz (88 Overall)
Ryan Whitney (85 Overall) - Jeff Petry (85 Overall)
*Patrick Sieloff (83 Overall) - Colten Teubert (83 Overall)
Jarred Tinordi (81 Overall)

Oscar Dansk (87 Overall) - Devan Dubnyk (85 Overall)

2016-17 Oklahoma City Barons

Philippe Cornet (79 Overall, 3 Stars) - Matej Beran (78 Overall, 3 1/2 Stars) - Ryan Bourque (77 Overall 3 1/2 Stars)
*Stephen Burke (77 Overall, 3 1/2 Stars) - Anton Lander (78 Overall, 3 1/2 Stars) 'A' - Brendan Ranford (74 Overall, 2 1/2 Green Stars)
Curtis Hamilton (73 Overall, 3 Stars) - Fredrik Gauthier (68 Overall, 4 Stars) - Magnus Backlund (65 Overall, 3 1/2 Green Stars)
Mitch Moroz (67 Overall, 3 Stars) - *Marcus Messier (58 Overall, 3 1/2 Stars) - *Oliver Knutsen (61 Overall, 4 Stars)
Richard Nyberg (56 Overall, 3 1/2 Stars)

Martin Marincin (77 Overall, 3 1/2 Stars) 'A' - Mikko Kousa (75 Overall) 'C'
Oscar Klefbom (72 Overall, 4 Stars) - *Joonas Valkonen (72 Overall, 3 1/2 Stars)

Derrik Pouliot (70 Overall, 4 1/2 Stars) - Martin Gernat (71 Overall, 3 1/2 Stars)
Georg Baader (65 Overall, 4 Stars)
Tommy Stenqvist (62 Overall, 3 1/2 Stars)

Oliver Roy (76 Overall, 3 1/2 Stars) - Richard Ullberg (71 Overall, 3 1/2 Stars)
Brandon Fiebelkorn (51 Overall, 4 Stars)







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2014 NHL Entry Draft

The Predators made one huge move at the draft. They traded their first, second, and third round selections to Anaheim for the fourth overall pick. This pick was used on young goaltender Mason Mcdonald who is not ready for the NHL yet but will be soon.


Trade Details:


Nashville-2014-13th pick
Nashville-2014-43rd pick
Nashville-2014-73rd pick


Anaheim-2014-4th overall


Top Ten Picks

Pick Team Position Player Age Overall Potential
1 D Aaron Ekblad 18 75 4.5
2 C Sam Reinhart 18 76 4.5
3 G Nikita Serebryakov 18 54 4.5
4 (from ) G Mason McDonald 18 54 4.5
5 G Ruslan Semin 19 59 3.5
6 LW Daryl Shelley 19 57 4
7 G Brent Moran 17 57 3.5 Green
8 LW Leon Draisaitl 18 71 4
9 RW Joshua Ho-Sang 18 54 4
10 D Colton Bobyk 18 52 4

Nashville's only notable pick was Mason McDonald.


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2014 NHL Entry Draft

Wow, 4 goalies in the top 10. That's gotta be some kind of record

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Phoenix Finally Folds, Moves to Quebec City!

Quebec City introduces new team; The Quebec City Knockouts


After years of debate, the infamous Phoenix Coyotes have officially
moved to Quebec City. Despite the move, the newly formed
Quebec City Knockouts will remain in the Western Conference until
further notice.

"This is not only a great move for Quebec, but also for Canada and
hockey as a whole." said new General Manager Tim Murray. We
have high expectations as an organization, and expect to be a
competitive team."

Murray has already made quite the impression, bringing in long time
NHL veteran head coach John Tortorella along with signing highly
touted prospect Alex Morris, a left wing who is expected to receive
an immediate top 6 roll.

Morris, a 22 year old from Kanata, Ontario noted how he came to
the decision to sign with the Knockouts. "I wanted to find a place
where I would be able to step in right away and be given a chance
to prove myself. Playing in a Canadian market was also very
important to me, and it seems like they have a great group of guys
here."




Line-ups are as followed:
Vrbata - Vermette - Doan
A.Morris - Hanzal - Boedker
Korpikoski - McMillan - Moss
Bissonnette - Gordon - Chipchura

Yandle - Klesla
Ekman-Larsson - Michalek
D.Morris - Schlemko

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Wow, 4 goalies in the top 10. That's gotta be some kind of record
I love how the 5th pick was a 3.5 yellow goalie and the 7th pick was a 3.5 green star goalie. On top of that, the green star guy is two years younger and is already basically as good as the yellow star guy

Season report will be posted within the next half-hour. It's interesting.....

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Wow, 4 goalies in the top 10. That's gotta be some kind of record
That happens in at least every second draft... Really sucks!

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HISTORIC DAY IN EDMONTON OILERS HISTORY


The Edmonton Oilers acquired one of the best Hockey players in the world.

The Washington Capitals were having a horrific year and are going on full on re-build and so is shows with the moving of one of the best players in the world. We had the assets to acquire him and we did so. WE WANT THE CUP. Trade broken down below:



Fredrik Gauthier (21 Years Old, 68 Overall, 4 Stars)
Tyler Pitlick (25 Years Old, 3rd Line SCR FWD, 80 Overall, 3 1/2 Stars)
Nick Foligno (28 Years Old, 3rd Line CHK FWD, 80 Overall)
Brandon Fiebelkorn (21 Years Old, 52 Overall, 4 Stars)
Edmonton's 2017 2nd Round Pick



Alexander Ovechkin (31 Years Old, 1st Line Forward, 94 Overall)

We also made another deal swapping 4th liners with San Jose but that's not even mention worthy compared to this. This is a crazy day, in Oilers History.

Now our Roster will look like:

Alex Ovechkin (94 Overall) - Ryan Nugent-Hopkins (86 Overall) 'A' - Jordan Eberle (86 Overall) 'C'
Taylor Hall (85 Overall) 'A' - Brandon Sutter (85 Overall) - Nail Yakupov (87 Overall)
Chris Kreider (85 Overall) - Jack Connolly (81 Overall) - Adam Kambeitz (82 Overall)
Teemu Hartikainen (82 Overall) - Jay McClement (78 Overall) - Magnus Paajarvi (81 Overall)

Aaron Ekblad (88 Overall) - Justin Schultz (88 Overall)
Ryan Whitney (85 Overall) - Jeff Petry (85 Overall)
Patrick Sieloff (83 Overall) - Colten Teubert (83 Overall)

Oscar Dansk (87 Overall) - Devan Dubnyk (85 Overall)

I also sent Jarred Tinordi (81 Overall) down to the minors.

*I know this is totally unrealistic but I can afford it with Cap and do it so why not. FUN*

Can we win the Cup NOW!?!? Stay tuned....



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I love how the 5th pick was a 3.5 yellow goalie and the 7th pick was a 3.5 green star goalie. On top of that, the green star guy is two years younger and is already basically as good as the yellow star guy

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Yeah, always found that odd. Also kind of weird when a team like LA (who sims poorly in my BaGMs) drafts a high potential goalie even when they still have Quick and have Bernier signed long term.

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That happens in at least every second draft... Really sucks!
I felt like there were a bunch in the first few GM modes I played, almost always two 4.5 star guys, but haven't seen many recently. But they usually end up at 88+ overall, which is annoying, as they end up handicapping teams cap-wise.

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Yeah, always found that odd. Also kind of weird when a team like LA (who sims poorly in my BaGMs) drafts a high potential goalie even when they still have Quick and have Bernier signed long term.



I felt like there were a bunch in the first few GM modes I played, almost always two 4.5 star guys, but haven't seen many recently. But they usually end up at 88+ overall, which is annoying, as they end up handicapping teams cap-wise.
A similar thing happened in the most recent draft that I posted about - 4th and 5th overall picks were 3.5 yellow star right wingers... 6th overall pick was a 4.5 yellow star center

There weren't even any more 3.5 star prospects taken until the 13th pick - and the 9th overall pick was a 4 star right winger

I know prospects don't always pan out in real life, but you'd think that since they can see a player's potential, the CPU wouldn't be so damn stupid!

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April 13th, 2015
Humongous-Big Turnaround
(Without Bryzgalov!)


Claude Giroux and Jakub Voracek formed a great line with Vladimir Sobotka this season.


Prior to the start of the 2014-15 season, most people thought the Philadelphia Flyers would be a bubble playoff team. They ended up being the best in the league.


After having goal-scoring troubles last season, this year the Flyers potted the most goals of any team in the league. They had a GFPG of 3.33, and had the third best powerplay at 21.3%. Their defense was not too shabby either, with the ninth best GAPG (2.46) and the seventh best penalty kill (83.9%). All of this resulted in Philly winning the Presidents' Trophy with 116 points. Their record was 54-20-8. They just barely beat out Toronto, the closest team behind them, who had a record of 54-21-7. The Flyers are matched up against the Carolina Hurricanes in round one of the playoffs. More on that later.


Now onto individual stats - many of these are impressive. Let's start with the forwards. Captain Claude Giroux led the team in points with 88 and ranked third in the league in that regard. Only Alex Ovechkin and Nicklas Backstrom, who are linemates in Washington, finished with more points that Giroux. Second on the team with 78 points was, surprisingly, Milan Michalek. Yes, that's right. He scored 39 goals and 39 assists, going above and beyond expectations. He also spent the whole season on the second line! Michalek was acquired from Ottawa in the offseason in exchange for Scott Hartnell. Hartnell only put up 53 points on Ottawa's top line. Just behind Michalek is Giroux's left winger, Vladimir Sobotka, with 73 points. The St. Louis Blues must be regretting placing Sobotka on waivers two years ago... Just behind Sobotka is Michalek's centerman, Tyler Bozak, who scored a career-high 69 points. Very good for a player who was signed to be a stop-gap at the second-line center position. If he can keep this up he will certainly stay there for a while. One point back of Bozak is Jakub Voracek, who played on the first line with Giroux and Sobotka. Voracek scored 68 points, but potted 43 goals. He scored the second-most goals in the league, behind only Alex Ovechkin who scored 53. Rounding out the top-six is Wayne Simmonds, with 56 points - a great total, especially after two seasons of failing to hit 40 points. The Flyers' bottom six forwards also put up a lot of points, and their stats can be seen in the table down below.


If you didn't know already, you probably wouldn't believe someone if they told you the Flyers' best defensive pairing was their third pairing. But it's true. Despite playing the least minutes of all defenders on the team, Erik Gustafsson and Kris Russel were fantastic. They only played about 15 minutes a night, but each put up amazing numbers. Gustafsson tied with Vladimir Sobotka for the best plus/minus rating in the league, at +36. Russel was just behind them, at +34. Russel scored 40 points and Gustafsson scored 42. They both had powerplay time. Recent free agent signing Jay Bouwmeester was also great, with 45 points. He was a +19 while playing the most minutes on the team (about 26 minutes a night). Bouwmeester probably would have a better plus/minus rating if it wasn't for his partner, Luke Schenn. Luke scored only 14 points and was just a +6. On such a high-scoring team, and while receiving a lot of ice time, +6 is not very good. Bouwmeester bailed out Schenn numerous times. The second pairing was quite solid (Andrej Meszaros and Braydon Coburn). Meszaros scored 42 points and was +16, while Coburn scored 21 points and was +17.


Steve Mason was great in net again, but played less games. This is because the Flyers actually had a competent backup for once in Viktor Fasth. (Bryzgalov ) Mason played 53 games and racked up 35 wins, finishing with a save percentage of .927% - the best of his career. He also had five shutouts. Fasth earned 19 wins in 32 games, and had a save percentage of .916%.


Players Stats

PlayerGoalsAssistsPoints
Claude Giroux325688
Milan Michalek393978
Vladimir Sobotka195473
Tyler Bozak254469
Jakub Voracek432568
Wayne Simmonds203656
Jay Bouwmeester93645
Erik Gustafsson103242
Andrej Meszaros93342
Kris Russel83240
Brayden Schenn141125
Zac Rinaldo91322
Sean Couturier12921
Braydon Coburn31821
Tommy Kristiansen31720
Maxime Talbot8715
Derek Dorsett6814
Luke Schenn11314

There were no players with a negative plus/minus rating!

GoaltenderGPRecordGAASave %SO
Steve Mason5335-1-62.23.927%5
Viktor Fasth3219-10-22.55.916%1


For the playoffs, the eighth-seeded Carolina Hurricanes await the Philadelphia Flyers. Carolina finished with a record of 43-34-5. Let's compare the lineups:

Philadelphia Flyers (1)

Vladimir Sobotka (84) - Claude Giroux (90, C) - Jakub Voracek (85)
Milan Michalek (83) - Tyler Bozak (80) - Wayne Simmonds (83, A)
Tommy Kristiansen (78) - Brayden Schenn (79) - Sean Couturier (79)
Zac Rinaldo (76) - Max Talbot (78) - Derek Dorsett (74)

Jay Bouwmeester (86) - Luke Schenn (82)
Braydon Coburn (84, A) - Andrej Meszaros (85)
Eric Gustafsson (81) - Kris Russel (80)

Steve Mason (83) - Viktor Fasth (82)



Carolina Hurricanes (8)

Jeff Skinner (88, A) - Eric Staal (87, C) - Alexander Semin (85)
Chris Terry (82) - Jiri Tlusty (83) - Mason Raymond (79)
Jerome Samson (78) - Jordan Staal (85, A) - Chad LaRose (79)
Jeremy Welsh (78) - Riley Nash (79) - Zac Dalpe (79)

Bobby Sanguinetti (83) - Jamie McBain (85)
Tim Gleason (82) - Justin Faulk (79)
Joe Sova (76) - Austin Levi (66)

Cam Ward (88) - Justin Peters (78)



The Hurricanes have a top line that can do some damage, but their second line is weak while their depth is acceptable. They have an elite goaltender, but poor defense, so the Presidents' Trophy winning Flyers are heavily favored in this matchup!

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