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07-02-2013, 06:01 PM
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March 1st, 2016

Caps acquire Offensive Defenceman Hampus Lindholm from Ducks


Hampus is a flashy Offensive Scorer, with a high potential ceiling.

The trades keep happening from GM JaredCowenFan, in his most recent trade he has shipped off 28 year old Mathieu Perreault to the Ducks for young prospect Hampus Lindholm. Broken down:



Mathieu Perreault (28 Years Old, 2nd Line Forward, 82 Overall)



Hampus Lindholm (22 Years Old, Minor Depth Defenceman, 71 Overall, 4 Stars)


We really feel like this is a fair deal for both Clubs. Anaheim wanted to add another top 9 forward and we want to add young talent. Win, win. Mathieu has played well for us over the years, but it's time to turn a page with this organization.

And ironically, now we've went on a bit of a winning streak with our young rookies playing well. We've won 5 in a row. But are still 14th in the East.

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Late Season Push Gives Canucks 100 Points


Forwards Daniel Sedin and Alexandre Burrows celebrate a goal together on home ice.


After a horrendous first half of the season, people thought it would be time for the Vancouver Canucks to rebuild. But they got their **** together and won the Northwest Division. After the trade deadline, when they shipped out Roberto Luongo and brought in Jakub Vorcaek, the Canucks went on a 13-3-1 run. Their final record was 46-28-8, putting them 3rd in the Western Conference with 100 points. This matches them up against the Anaheim Ducks in round one. But more on that later, let's get to individual performances. Daniel Sedin finished 4th in league scoring with 81 points, and hsi brother Henrik was just behind him with 80 points. Cory Schneider was one of the top goalies in the league, with a save percentage of .924% and a 2.22 GAA. He picked up 36 of the Canucks' 46 wins, and the other ten were earned by Roberto Luongo before he was traded. Luongo had more losses than victories, however. Alex Edler had a great season on the back-end, with 41 points, and Jason Garrison and Dan Hamhuis also broke 30 points. Jakub Voracek, who was acquired at the deadline, scored 13 points in 18 games since joining the team. He finished with a total of 46.


Players Stats

PlayerGoalsAssistsPoints
Daniel Sedin344781
Henrik Sedin314980
Derek Roy183755
Ryan Kesler282351
Alexandre Burrows192746
Jakub Voracek202646
Chris Higgins242246
Alexander Edler93241
Dan Hamhuis33336
Jason Garrison53035
Kevin Bieksa32326
Mason Raymond15722
David Booth71421
Dale Weise (65 GP)7714
Maxime Lapierre5813
Manny Malhotra4812
Keith Ballard21012
Jannik Hansen4812
Christopher Tanev11011

GoaltenderGPRecordGAASave %SO
Cory Schneider5536-14-52.22.924%5


As mentioned earlier, Vancouver will be facing the sixth-seeded Anaheim Ducks in round one of the 2013 playoffs. They have four great scorers in Bobby Ryan, Corey Perry, Ryan Getzlaf, and Teemu Selanne, but beyond them they don't have much offensive depth. Their defense is also not very deep, and their goaltending is average. The star power that they have pulled them into the playoffs.


Vancouver Canucks (3)

Daniel Sedin (91, A) - Henrik Sedin (90, C) - Jakub Voracek (82)
Derek Roy (86) - Ryan Kesler (88) - Chris Higgins (82)
Mason Raymond (80) - Maxim Lapierre (78) - Alex Burrows (83)
Janik Hansen (80) - Manny Malhotra (78) - David Booth (80)

Alexander Edler (88, A) - David Hamhuis (88)
Jason Garrison (82) - Kevin Bieksa (84)
Keith Ballard (81) - Chris Tanev (80)

Cory Schneider (87) - Brian Boucher (73)



VS.


Anaheim Ducks (6)

Bobby Ryan (86) - Ryan Getzlaf (88, C) - Teemu Selanne (82, A)
Kyle Palmieri (77) - Matthew Lombardi (82) - Corey Perry (88, A)
Matt Beleskey (75) - Andrew Cogliano (80) - Radek Dvorak (77)
Patrick Maroon (74) - David Steckel (76) - Daniel Winnik (78)

Francois Beauchemin (86) - Luca Sbisa (84)
Bryan Allen (81) - Sheldon Souray (78)
Cam Fowler (77) - Ben Lovejoy (75)

Viktor Fasth (82) - Jonas Hiller (82)

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Stars ship Baertschi to Winnipeg

News broke early this morning that Dallas Stars GM themethod7 has sent disgruntled winger Sven Baertschi to Winnipeg for prospect Hunter Shinkaruk and a first round pick. Baertschi has been vocal in recent weeks about his lack of playing time, stuck on the third line behind Patrick Sharp and James Van Riemsdyk, leading themethod7 to quietly field offers for the talented but streaky winger. While GMTM7 declined earlier reports that Baertschi was on the block, it became apparent that signing the upcoming RFA would be a tall task, especially given new contracts on the horizon for C Filip Forsberg and RW Vladimir Tarasenko. Details of the trade were made public just after noon:



Sven Baertschi (22 Years Old, 2nd Line Forward, 83 Overall, 4.5 stars)



Hunter Shinkaruk (20 Years Old, Minor SCR Forward, 65 Overall, 4.5 Stars)
2016 1st Round Pick


"With the logjam on the left side, there weren't a lot of options for Sven to move up the depth chart in the immediate future, and we realize that's a tough position for someone that talented. We saw a lot of good things from him, a lot of growth; he's a great kid, but it became apparent these last few weeks that this probably wasn't the best fit for him. Purely a hockey move. We wish him the best, he has a bright future ahead of him."

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BREAKING NEWS: MONTREAL CANADIENS ANNOUNCE FRANCHISE'S NEWEST CAPTAIN!
August 15, 2015


After captaining his Sarnia Sting to OHL and Memorial Cup championships, Alex Galchenyuk takes his leadership to the next level

Les Habitants have found their newest official leader. Alex Galchenyuk, the storied organization's 29th captain, is the youngest in franchise history.
After a racking up plenty of trophies at the Major Junior level, including capturing Sarnia's first OHL and Memorial Cup championships, Galchenyuk had a stunning freshman season in the NHL.
He is also the third American to wear the 'C' on a Canadiens jersey, after Chris Chelios (joint captain in 1989-90 with Guy Carbonneau) and Galchenyuk's predecessor, Brian Gionta.
The Milwaukee native lead the team in scoring while centering the top line for the Habs in both the regular season and playoffs.

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Alex is a natural leader. He's a very mature young man, and he respected our decision to keep him with Sarnia for an additional year of seasoning.
He's vocal and leads by example, both on and off the ice. There's no better choice for the future of the club.
- Michel Therrien
Career Statistics
SeasonTeamLeagueGPGAPPIM+/- PostseasonGPGAPPIM+/-
2009-10Chicago Young Americans U16MWMMEHL3844438756 -       
2010-11Sarnia StingOHL6831528352-8-       
2011-12Sarnia StingOHL20000-4-       
2012-13Sarnia StingOHL68567012645+33-Playoffs12913228+12
2013-14Sarnia StingOHL68799016940+47-Playoffs2014193314+10
2014-15Montreal CanadiensNHL82307110114+30-Playoffs23615220Even
Tournament Statistics
SeasonTeamLeagueGPGAPPIM+/-
2013-14Sarnia StingM-Cup478154+11



Trophies
LeagueTeamAwardAchievement
OHLSarnia StingJ. Ross Robertson CupOHL Champion
OHLSarnia StingWayne Gretzky TrophyWestern Conference Playoff Champion
OHLSarnia StingHamilton Spectator TrophyRegular Season Champion
OHLSarnia StingBumbacco TrophyWest Division Regular Season Champion
OHLSarnia StingRed Tilson TrophyMost Outstanding Player
OHLSarnia StingEddie Powers Memorial TrophyScoring Champion
OHLSarnia StingWayne Gretzky 99 AwardPlayoffs Most Valuable Player
OHLSarnia StingMickey Renaud Captain's TrophyTop Captain
NHLMontreal CanadiensStanley CupNHL Champion
NHLMontreal CanadiensPrince of Wales TrophyEastern Conference Playoff Champion
NHLMontreal CanadiensHart Memorial TrophyMost Valuable Player
NHLMontreal CanadiensArt Ross TrophyRegular season points leader
NHLMontreal CanadiensLady Byng Memorial TrophySportsmanship and high level of play
NHLMontreal CanadiensCalder Memorial TrophyMost Outstanding Rookie

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- Alex Galchenyuk
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April 22nd, 2013

Bring Out the Brooms


The Canucks roster celebrates their second-straight shutout victory, after defeating the Ducks 3-0 in game two.


The Anaheim Ducks are a team that relies on their superstars to score goals - but when their superstars aren't scoring, they can't do much. And that happened in this series. Cory Schneider and the Canucks successfully shut down Ryan Getzlaf and company, only allowing three goals in the four games that were played. Schneider stopped all of the 72 shots he faced in the first two games, posting two shutouts. Game three saw the Ducks net two goals, and Vancouver's offense matched them with three of their own, although the game did reach overtime. Mason Raymond scored his first career overtime goal to give Vancouver a 3-0 series lead. Then in game four, Anaheim was only able to manage one goal and once again the Canucks scored three, finishing off the Ducks.


Game 1: 3-0 Canucks Win
Game 2: 3-0 Canucks Win
Game 3: 3-2 Canucks OT Win (Raymond)
Game 4: 3-1 Canucks Win



Henrik Sedin led the Canucks with 6 points, while Jakub Voracek and Ryan Kesler had 4 points, and Derek Roy, Daniel Sedin, Alex Edler, and Chris Higgins all scored 3 points.


Next up is the Detroit Red Wings in round two.


Vancouver Canucks (3)

Daniel Sedin (91, A) - Henrik Sedin (90, C) - Jakub Voracek (82)
Derek Roy (86) - Ryan Kesler (88) - Chris Higgins (82)
Mason Raymond (80) - Maxim Lapierre (78) - Alex Burrows (83)
Janik Hansen (80) - Manny Malhotra (78) - David Booth (80)

Alexander Edler (88, A) - David Hamhuis (88)
Jason Garrison (82) - Kevin Bieksa (84)
Keith Ballard (81) - Chris Tanev (80)

Cory Schneider (87) - Brian Boucher (73)



VS.


Detroit Red Wings (4)

Henrik Zetterberg (89, C) - Pavel Datsyuk (95, A) - Johan Franzen (83)
Todd Bertuzzi (79) - Valterri Filppula (83) - Daniel Cleary (81)
Drew Miller (78) - Darrem Helm (78) - Damien Brunner (79)
Justin Abdelkader (78) - Mikael Samuelsson (78) - Jordin Tootoo (77)

Niklas Kronwall (88, A) - Ian White (84)
Kyle Quincey (83) - Filip Kuba (82)
Carlo Colaiacovo (81) - Brendan Smith (77)

Jimmy Howard (84) - Jonas Gustavsson (75)

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Stars claim second straight Presidents' Trophy
April 12, 2015

For the second straight year, the Dallas Stars have won the Presidents' Trophy and will face the Nashville Predators in the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. With a record of 51-23-8 and 110 pts, the Stars narrowly edged out the Florida Panthers and San Jose Sharks, who earned 108 and 107 pts, respectively.

Led by captain Sidney Crosby's 29G and 46A and Cory Schneider's 2.00 GAA/0.927 SV%, the Stars once again enter the postseason as favorites to win the Stanley Cup.

Players Stats

PlayerGoalsAssistsPoints
Sidney Crosby 294675
Phil Kessel 274471
Nikita Kucherov 183452
Patrick Sharp 212950
Nazem Kadri 212041
James Van Riemsdyk 162238
Zach Bogosian 112536
Duncan Keith 62935
P.K. Subban 102131
John Carlson 52530
Vladimir Tarasenko 91827
Beau Bennett 121123
Filip Forsberg 111122
Ryan Murray 21820
Zack Kassian 7815
Peter Regin 257
Alexei Ponikarovsky* 257
*acquired via free agency, 32 GP

GoaltenderGPRecordGAASave %SO
Cory Schneider8251-23-1-72.00.927%12

The Stars will face the Predators in the opening round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs for the second straight year - Dallas swept Nashville last year 4-0 before losing to eventual Western Conference champions Minnesota Wild. Nashville's effort to bolster last year's anemic offense saw them sign UFA Jeff Skinner and finished this year just outside the top-10 in goals for, but defense could be a concern, finishing 21st in the league in goals against.

Dallas Stars (1)
Patrick Sharp (87) - 'C' Sidney Crosby (95) - 'A' Phil Kessel (88)
James Van Riemsdyk (85) - Nazem Kadri (83) - Nikita Kucherov (85)
Alexei Ponikarovsky (81) - Filip Forsberg (83) - Vladimir Tarasenko (82)
Beau Bennett (77) - Peter Regin (76) - Zack Kassian (79)

'A' Duncan Keith (90) - P.K. Subban (88)
Zach Bogosian (86) - John Carlson (86)
Ryan Murray (82) - Seth Jones (78)

Cory Schneider (87)


vs.

Nashville Predators (8)
Jeff Skinner (88) - Brandon Sutter (83) - Radim Vrbata (81)
Mikkel Boedker (81) - Mathieu Perrault (82) - Jason Gregoire (80)
Bill Sweatt (77) - Brandon Dubinsky (82) - Jason Chimera (77)
Nicolas Deschamps (76) - Brian Boyle (77) - Cory Emmerton (79)

James Wisniewski (86) - Dustin Byfuglien (87)
Braydon Coburn (85) - Christian Ehrhoff (85)
Tyson Barrie (77) - Steven Kampfer (78)

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^ I find it ridiculous that Crosby only scores 75 points playing with Kessel and Sharp

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MONTREAL READY TO REPEAT
September 28, 2015


Sebastian Collberg and Alex Galchenyuk will line up together, leading the Canadiens offense

Montreal Canadiens Line-Up
Max Pacioretty (84 PWF) - C Alex Galchenyuk (88 PLY) - Sebastian Collberg (85 SNP)
Jonathan Drouin (87 SNP) - A Tomas Plekanec (86 PLY) - Justin Williams (83 SNP)
Valentin Zykov (80 PWF) - Sean Couturier (80 TWF) - Louis Leblanc (81 PLY)
Alex Burrows (81 TWF) - Blake Geoffrion (79 TWF) - Ryan White (77 TWF)
Brandon Prust (77 TGH), Maxim Lapierre (78 GRN)

Josh Morrissey (87 OFD) - P.K. Subban (87 TWD)
A Josh Gorges (83 DFD) - Yannick Weber (84 OFD)
Jarred Tinordi (78 DFD) - Carlo Colaiacovo (81 TWD)

Carey Price (90 HYB)
Dustin Tokarski (82 HYB)

Despite being the top offensive trio on the team, Jonathan Drouin, Alex Galchenyuk, and Sebastian Collberg won't be on the same line.
Drouin has not seemed to fit with the other two, even though Michel Therrien has given the combination a decent amount of time to gel together.

With Louis Leblanc finally making the jump to the big leagues on a permanent basis, fighter Brandon Prust has been pushed down the depth chart.
Jarred Tinordi was also promoted and will slot in on the third pairing, with free agent signee Carlo Colaiacovo, while logging penalty kill minutes.

Hamilton Bulldogs Line-Up
Anthony Mantha (66 PWF) - Perttu Lindgren (75 PLY) - Nikolay Zherdev (74 SNP)
Richard Hejduk (70 PLY) - A Michael Bournival (75 TWF) - C Brendan Gallagher (77 TWF)
Charles Hudon (65 TWF) - Alexander Johansson (79 TWF) - Adam Erne (65 TWF)
Kurt Etchegary (60 TGH) - Alex Saulnier (63 PLY) - Allain Saulnier (63 SNP)
Brady Vail (70 TWF), William Carrier (65 TWF), Patrick O'Sullivan (76 PLY)

A Nathan Beaulieu (73 OFD) - Dalton Thrower (75 TWD)
Jordan Subban (59 OFD) - Rafael Diaz (75 OFD)
Alexei Emelin (77 DFD) - Viacheslav Afinogenov (64 TWD)

Justin Peters (78 HYB)
Laurent Brossoit (67 HYB)
Ken Appleby (58 HYB)

With plenty of forwards with Hamilton, Marc Bergevin will likely look to make a few minor trades in order to maximize prospect development.

Dustin Tokarski graduated to a full-time job with Montreal, while Justin Peters was demoted to the minors. He will shoulder the load, with Brossoit getting the odd game here and there.

Pre-Season
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MTL6 - 2OTT
BUF1 - 4MTL
TOR2 - 4MTL
MTL4 - 3BOS

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I missed a lot of the playoffs last year, and I want to prove myself in the postseason this time around.
A lot of last year's group is still with the team, and we have the chance to make it far again.
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Starstruck: Stars defeat Boston Bruins en route to second Stanley Cup in 3 years

April 12, 2015

For the second time in 3 years, the Dallas Stars have been named Stanley Cup champions. After capturing the Presidents' Trophy with a league-best record of 51-23-8 and 110 pts, the Stars marched to another Stanley Cup win, and are well on their way to becoming the first true dynasty of the salary cap era.

In addition to his 2 Stanley Cups, Phil Kessel added his second Conn Smythe trophy as playoff MVP, with 8G and 10A in 22 games. Linemate and team captain Sidney Crosby amassed 5G and 11A, and Cory Schneider was lights out, earning a sparkling 1.18 GAA and 0.958 SV%, with 8 shutouts. Many thought Schneider was robbed of the Conn Smythe, but he may not have had room in his trophy case, after picking up the Vezina, Ted Lindsay, and Hart Memorial trophies for the second time in as many years.

The first two rounds played out almost identically to last year: for the second straight year, the Stars faced off against the Nashville Predators in the opening round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs, and for the second straight year, Dallas swept their Western Conference rival in 4 games. Cory Schneider posted 3 straight shutouts in the series win.

Western Conference Quarterfinals
vs.
Game 1: Dallas wins 4-3
Game 2: Dallas wins 7-0
Game 3: Dallas wins 3-0
Game 4: Dallas wins 5-0

Once again, the Stars met the Minnesota Wild in the Western Conference Semifinals. With many believing the Stars to be a lock for a second straight Finals appearance, last year saw Dallas fall to the Wild in 5 games, a huge blow to a team with high aspirations. This year was shaping up for a repeat, with the Stars trailing both the series and game six 3-2. Trailing late in the third, Dallas coach Gordon Bombay called a timeout; behind a tenacious forechecking effort, the Stars finally broke through with 56.6 seconds left to play on a beautiful individual effort from Duncan Keith. After forcing OT, it was Keith's blueline partner P.K. Subban who struck on a one time feed from Sidney Crosby to send the series to a 7th game that Dallas would go on to win 2-1.

Western Conference Semifinals
vs.
Game 1: Dallas wins 5-0
Game 2: Minnesota wins 2-0
Game 3: Dallas wins 3-2
Game 4: Minnesota wins 1-0
Game 5: Minnesota wins 3-2 OT
Game 6: Dallas wins 4-3 OT
Game 7: Dallas wins 2-1

Minnesota would prove to be the toughest opponent the Stars would face, as they steamrolled their way to a series wins against the LA Kings in 5 games in the Western Conference Finals, followed by a 6 game series win over the Boston Bruins.

Western Conference Finals
vs.
Game 1: LA wins 2-0
Game 2: Dallas wins 2-1
Game 3: Dallas wins 1-0
Game 4: Dallas wins 3-0
Game 5: Dallas wins 3-1

Stanley Cup Finals
vs.
Game 1: Boston wins 2-1
Game 2: Dallas wins 4-1
Game 3: Dallas wins 3-0
Game 4: Dallas wins 4-3
Game 5: Boston wins 3-2
Game 6: Dallas wins 3-1

Stars GM themethod7 has little time to celebrate as he prepares for the upcoming draft, with Dallas holding the 28th and 30th picks in the first round to go along with 3 second round picks.

Upcoming: 2015-2016 Draft

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March 4th, 2016

Capitals trade off non-future pieces


Mike Ribeiro has been good to the Caps over the years, but has been traded to the Detroit Red Wings.


We shipped off all the remaining players that we wont be going into the future with. We tried to trade Vinny Lecavalier but no one would still take on his contract. We still have him for another year after this. So we really did screw ourselves signing him back then (knew it would come back to bite me). 2 deals broken down below:

Trade #1:



Jack Connolly (26 Years Old, 3rd Line SCR FWD, 81 Overall, 3 1/2 Stars)



Minnesota's 2017 1st Round Pick

Trade #2:



Mike Ribeiro (36 Years Old, 1st Line Forward, 85 Overall)
Brendan Kitchon (23 Years Old, Other Defenceman, 66 Overall, 3 Stars)



Justin Adbelkader (29 Years Old, 4th Line Forward, 77 Overall)
Reid Barnes (20 Years Old, Other Defenceman, 65 Overall, 4 Stars)


Reid was originally Drafted 3rd Overall by Detriot in the 2015 Draft. We also sent Justin Abdelkader on Waivers and he was claimed by the San Jose Sharks. Then we turned Injuries off.

Both are NHL and AHL teams aren't having great seasons, which is of course disappointing. Especially for are AHL Club, but maybe we can turn things around in the remainder of the season.

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Just wondering, do you guys play with injuries on or off? what about waivers? because it seem whenever i start a new gm 4 players are out with injuries quarter way through the season..it gets really annoying.

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Just wondering, do you guys play with injuries on or off? what about waivers? because it seem whenever i start a new gm 4 players are out with injuries quarter way through the season..it gets really annoying.
Both Off. Makes the playing experience MUCH more enjoyable.

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With injuries off, I never thought to turn waivers off, does it make much of a difference in that scenario?

I always leave injuries off now, even with them on and turned down as low as they go, I can't go one playoff series with seeing "X will be out for the next 3-4 months" 6 times in the transaction news.

Unless I'm actually playing the game (vs. simming), in which case I'll take my chances on P.K. Subban wrecking Ovechkin and knocking him out of the playoffs like he last year...

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July 2nd 2016
Quebec City Drafts Pure Sniper

The Blizzards selected Norwegian elite sniper Darcy Tamer 3rd overall in the first round of the 2016 NHL Entry Draft.


The Blizzards had another good year that ended with a play-off elimination by their rivals, the Montreal Canadiens. Quebec City captured 6 trophies during the year that included a President's Trophy, a Hart Memorial Trophy from their captain Jonathan Huberdeau, a James Norris Trophy from TJ Brennan who had a break-out year, a Calder Memorial Trophy won by Audy-Marchessault and a Veniza Trophy and a Ted Lindsay Award both won by Jacob Markstrom after having his career's best year in net.

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Here is the full rendition of the NHL Awards:

Stanley Cup – Buffalo Sabres
Calder Cup – Adirondack Phantoms
President's Trophy – Quebec City Blizzards
Clarence S. Campbell Bowl – Vancouver Canucks
Prince of Wales Trophy – Buffalo Sabres
Art Ross Trophy – Henrik Zetterberg (DET)
Hart Memorial Trophy – Jonathan Huberdeau (QC)
James Norris Trophy – TJ Brennan (QC)
Lady Bing Memorial Trophy – Nikita Kucherov (TB)
Calder Memorial Trophy – Jonathan Audy-Marchessault
Conn Smythe Trophy – Ryan Miller (BUF)
Vezina Trophy – Jacob Markstrom (QC)
William M. Jennings Trophy – Craig Anderson (OTT)
Bill Masterton Trophy – Marc-André Bourdon (PHI)
Frank J. Selke Trophy - Pavel Datsyuk (DET)
Ted Lindsay Award – Jacob Markstrom(QC)
Maurice Richard Trophy – Tyler Ennis (BUF)

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Quebec City obtained Edmonton's 1st overall draft pick in this year's draft during the Trade Deadline while the Oilers were sitting last in the NHL. They finished 28th in the end and the Blizzards ended up picking 3rd in the draft. They did not pick like previous years as they opted for two smaller players since they believe they already have a good core of big players and needed a little bit of a scoring touch. They tried to solve their offensive problems by drafting a pure sniper and an offensive defenseman. Their 3rd overall selection was actually ranked first on their draft board so they were quite happy to see that he fell to them. They made two notable picks, one in the first round and one in the second.

Quebec City Blizzards 2016 Notable Draft Picks

1 (3) – Darcy Tamer - 19 / 5’9” / 174 lbs / LW / SNP / TPS Turku (Finland) / Norway / 4.5 Stars

For the third time in 3 years, the Blizzards opted to pick an over-ager with their first choice in the NHL entry draft. The Blizzards obtained Edmonton’s first overall pick at the trade deadline and it ended up being the 3rd overall selection at the draft. Even though they weren't picking first, they were still able to select the guy who was rated first on their list, Darcy Tamer. The Norwegian’s skill level had always been there but his small size scared scouts away during his first year of draft eligibility. However, Tamer was able to prove that his small stature did not change the way he played at all. In fact, Darcy started out the year in Norway playing for Lillehammer’s men’s team but after scoring 12 points in 6 games, TPS Turku approached him and signed him to a contract for the remainder of the season. He started out in the SM-Liiga’s junior league but only played two games because after scoring 5 goals in his second game, he got moved to the men’s team. He stayed on TPS’ men’s team for the rest of the season and play-offs. He was also the most dominant sniper of the league for his time being there averaging about 1.5 points per game. He also represented Norway at the international level on 2 occasions, first with the U20 team where he scored 21 points in the Div. 1 tournament and then at World Championships where he had 5 points in 5 games playing against some of the best players in the world. The power of his wrist shot is comparable to that of top NHL players such as Alexander Ovechkin and Steven Stamkos. He is set to make his NHL debut next season and if he adapts properly, Tamer could become one of the league’s deadliest snipers in no time.

Stats:
SeasonLeagueGPGAPTS+/-PIM
2015-16 Regular LillehammerNorway 67512+64
2015-16 Regular TPS U20Jr. A SM-Liiga2628+60
2015-16 Regular TPSSM-Liiga29251944+148
2015-16 Play-offs TPSSM-Liiga15121022+710
2015-16 Norway U20WJC-20 D1612921+134
2015-16 Norway WC5415-12


2 (56) –Olivier Leblanc – 20 / 6’1” / 167 lbs / D / OFD / Saint John Sea Dogs (QMJHL) / Canada / 3.5 Stars

Olivier Leblanc is your typical offensive defenseman. He likes to score goals and does a great job on the powerplay. His defensive game is very poor but he will get the chance to work on it in the AHL before making the jump to the NHL. Leblanc also represented Canada at the World Junior Championships where he helped them capture a Gold Medal with his 7 points in 6 games.

Stats:
SeasonLeagueGPGAPTS+/-PIM
2014-15 Regular Saint John Sea DogsQMJHL59245175+3356
2014-15 Play-offs Saint John Sea DogsQMJHL1151318+717
2014-15 Canada U20WJC-206347+38



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Nashville Predators GM so I'm going to post while I'm playing. Trades and that stuff. I can give you a rumor, if Shea Weber don't do more than 20 points in 30-40 matches I'll be looking too trade him and probably other players that not doing so well either. So wish me luck bros!


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Just wondering, do you guys play with injuries on or off? what about waivers? because it seem whenever i start a new gm 4 players are out with injuries quarter way through the season..it gets really annoying.
I play with injuries off for the most, and the waivers I have seened players like J.Staal, E.Staal, J.Skinner, M.Savard, R.Miller and more of those gone through so I gonna take that off also.

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Nashville Predators GM so I'm going to post while I'm playing. Trades and that stuff. I can give you a rumor, if Shea Weber don't do more than 20 points in 30-40 matches I'll be looking too trade him and probably other players that not doing so well either. So wish me luck bros!
I forget I will have the newest roster update + I will change Alexander Barkov from 4 stars to 4,5 stars yellow. Just so you know.

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If I'm trying to do a difficult dynasty (realistic transactions, etc) I usually play injuries on waivers off. If I'm just trying to have some quick fun I usually go both on, but occasionally both off.

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With injuries off, I never thought to turn waivers off, does it make much of a difference in that scenario?
Well even with injuries off, the CPU sends down players when they trade for a new player and they want more cap space. I always forget to turn off waivers, and at the trade deadline of my Canucks GM, San Jose sent down Brent Burns because they traded for Bryan Allen

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I made a really good trade with Philly here's the deal:

Nashville Predators get:
D Luke Schenn (82ovr, Top 4, DFD, 4 star yellow)
RW Shane Harper (just so Philly won't get too many players)

Philadelphia Flyers get:
RW Patric Hörnqvist (82ovr, 2nd line, SNP, 4 star yellow)
D Kevin Klein (78ovr, Top 6, DFD, 3,5 star white)

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Canucks Keep Rollin'


Maxime Lapierre celebrates his double overtime game-winning-goal from the first match of the series.


This series was much closer than the last one for the Vancouver Canucks. Both games one and two went into overtime, and they both ended in favor of Vancouver. The series ended in six games, as the Canucks finished off the Red Wings with an absolute blowout in game six. Cory Schneider now has four shutouts through the first two playoff rounds, and has only allowed 14 goals in 10 games. This gives him a 1.43 GAA and a save percentage of .948%. Henrik Sedin leads the team with ten points in ten games, while Jakub Voracek and Chris Higgins have seven points. Daniel Sedin, Ryan Kesler, and Alexander Edler all have scored six points. In the Western Conference Finals, Vancouver will be facing the eighth-seeded St. Louis Blues, who have had a Cinderella Run thus far in the playoffs. The Eastern Conference Finals will showcase the Pittsburgh Penguins and the New York Islanders - a series that won't require much travel between the two cities.


Game 1: 1-0 Canucks 2OT Win (Lapierre)
Game 2: 4-3 Canucks OT Win (Roy)

Game 3: 5-3 Red Wings Win
Game 4: 2-0 Canucks Win
Game 5: 3-0 Red Wings Win
Game 6: 5-1 Canucks Win


2013 Western Conference Finals:


Vancouver Canucks (3)

Daniel Sedin (91, A) - Henrik Sedin (90, C) - Jakub Voracek (82)
Derek Roy (86) - Ryan Kesler (88) - Chris Higgins (82)
Mason Raymond (80) - Maxim Lapierre (78) - Alex Burrows (83)
Janik Hansen (80) - Manny Malhotra (78) - David Booth (80)

Alexander Edler (88, A) - David Hamhuis (88)
Jason Garrison (82) - Kevin Bieksa (84)
Keith Ballard (81) - Chris Tanev (80)

Cory Schneider (87) - Brian Boucher (73)



VS.


St Louis Blues (8)

TJ Oshie (84) - David Backes (84, C) - Martin St Louis (87, A)
David Perron (84) - Patrick Berglund (82) - Vladimir Tarasenko (81)
Alex Steen (83) - Jamie Langenbrunner (79) - Chris Stewart (81)
Vladimir Sobotka (77) - Andy McDonald (81) - Ryan Reaves (74)

Jay Bouwmeester (86) - Alex Pietrangelo (87, A)
Jordan Leopold (83) - Kevin Shattenkirk (84)
Barrett Jackman (83) - Roman Polak (79)

Jaroslav Halak (83) - Brain Elliott (81)

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Predators Return To Playoffs

The Nashville Predators have returned to the playoffs, this time as the 7th seed. They were led to the playoffs by Pekka Rinne and trade deadline acquisition, Joe Thorton, who had 24 goals and 59 assists for 83 points. The Predators record was 42-31-9 for 93 points. They will face the 2nd seed Columbus Blue Jackets.

Rosters:

Nashville Predators

Forsberg (86)-Thorton (87)-Kane (87)
Drouin (79)-Legwand (82)-Brunner (81)
Clowe (82)-Backes (83)-Watson (81)
Lagace (79)-McClement (78)-Ryder (80)

McDonagh (88)-Weber (90)
Ellis (82)-Blum (85)
Zadorov (79)-Boychuk (79)

Rinne (89)
Engren (77)


Columbus Blue Jackets

Audy-Marchessault (82)-Anisimov (85)-Gaborik (89)
Umberger (83)-Connolly (82)-Atkinson (81)
Comeau (79)-Dubinsky (82)-Machacek (83)
Calvert (79)-Johansen (80)-Sallinen (79)

Murray (86)-Johnson (86)
Goloubef (83)-Wisniewski (85)
Tyutin (83)-Savard (82)

Bobrovsky (84)
Killeen (82)


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Predators Advance to Conference Semifinals


Filip Forsberg scored the game winning goal during overtime in game 6

The Nashville Predators upset the Columbus Blue Jackets in seven games. This series included three overtime games. Two were won by Nashville and the other was one by Columbus.

Scores:

2-0
3-1
5-4 OT GWG Jack Connolly
2-1
2-1
1-0 OT GWG Fillip Forsberg
3-2 OT GWG Patrick Kane

The Nashville Predators will face the 1st seed Calgary Flames in the second round.

Nashville Predators

Forsberg (86)-Thorton (87)-Kane (87)
Drouin (79)-Legwand (82)-Brunner (81)
Clowe (82)-Backes (83)-Watson (81)
Lagace (79)-McClement (78)-Ryder (80)

McDonagh (88)-Weber (90)
Ellis (82)-Blum (85)
Zadorov (79)-Boychuk (79)

Rinne (89)
Engren (77)


Calgary Flames

Baertschi (90)-Backlund (86)-Erne (83)
Marleau (88)-Cammalleri (85)-Hanowski (81)
Read (79)-Reinhart (85)-Kopecky (79)
Chimera (77)-Hudler (81)-Stempniak (79)

Giordano (87)-Wideman (86)
Brodie (85)-Babchuk (84)
Josi (83)-Bieksa (84)

Irving (84)
Hiller (82)


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