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06-12-2013, 12:49 PM
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@dantencer Oilers 6-8 after 1 month. RNH leading the way with 15 points (6 goals, 9 assists) in 14 games played.

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@dantencer Oilers 13-14 after two months. RNH still leading in points with 24 points (9 goals, 15 assists) in 27 games. Dubnyk playing superb. 2nd in GAA, SV% and Wins.

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Playoff Push 2023

The Carolina Hurricanes had a great regular season, going 52-24-6. They clinched the President's Trophy, were the best defensive team, and the 5th best offensive team. Their special teams were each ranked 4th in the league.

No player was over a PPG, although the team's top 2 centers, Logan Couture and Connor McDavid, had 77 and 75 points, respectively. Nail Yakupov and Jeff Skinner, who play on separate lines, had 74 and 71 points. Rookie Drew Weaver and sophomore Harry Winchester each had 34 points. 4th liners Justin Vaive, Lane MacDermid, and Matt Kennedy were the team's 3 best hitters. The Canes will face off against the New York Islanders in the first round of the 2023 playoffs.

Get Out the Brooms

The Canes had no trouble winning against the New York Islanders. In 4 games, the Canes scored 9 goals, while New York only scored twice. Steven Veilleux had three shutouts in a row. The Islanders were unable to score until the 4th and final game. For what seems like the billionth time, the Canes will next play the Washington Capitals.

Canes Disappoint

The Washington Capitals disposed of the Hurricanes in 5 games. I guess it could be called "revenge" for the Canes knocking out the Ovechkin-led Capitals two years in a row prior to that. While fans were disappointed, particularly at the team's inability to win close games, they certainly didn't expect a Cup every year.

GM Grind Jam Grind vows that next year will be better.

Draft

The Hurricanes traded 34 year old center Logan Couture for the 2nd overall pick. They selected LW Byron Wallace, who is NHL ready!


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"Failure Wasn't an Option for Me"
Season Recap
45-28-9
3rd in East



Derek Brassard had major success with the Rangers in the 2014-2015 season.

Ever since GM Flamesrule came on board, the New York Rangers have made the playoffs. Well, it was no different this year as the New York Rangers won the Atlantic Division yet again. This is the 2nd time they have won since Gm Flamesrule has taken over, and you can thank him for that. "I built a winning team," he said boastingly. "We have a good team and I really think we can go far this year. We have the character and skill to do that type of damage."

Derek Brassard did exceptionally well for the Rangers this season, posting 64 points in 82 games, which was enough to become the leader point scorer for the Rangers in the 2014-2015 season. "I really worked hard this year and it showed. I made a promise that I was going to go all out and I accomplished that. Failure wasn't an option for me."

Backup goaltender Ray Emery also played well, posting a 2.24 GAA, which was actually better than Henrik Lundqvist. It may have been a fluke year, but his play definitely didn't show it. Emery hopes to play the same if he is needed in between the pipes if Lundqvist is not able.


PlayerGoalsAssistsPoints
D.Brassard145064
D.Stepan242852
R.Callahan262551
R.Nash282351
C.Kreider163349
B.Richards222244
C.Hagelin162137
J.Moore112334 
R.McDonagh42832
M.Staal52530
M.Del Zotto71926
J.Miler51419
S.Eminger31518
D.Girardi31518
B.Mashinter9817
T.Kennedy10515
A.Burish4913

PlayerGPGAAWinsLossesOTLSV%SO
H.Lundqvist642.363419992.634
R.Emery222.24119092.706

The Rangers play the 6th seeded Florida Panthers in the 1st round of the Eastern Conference Playoffs.



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My file for the Hurricanes GM somehow got saved over so I won't do my final season. I will do a recap of my 9 years with the team later and I will start my Nashville GM later.

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The Dallas Stars will have a new GM for the 2012-13 Season after previous GM Joe Nieuwendyk was relieved of his duties. The relatively unknown LoganLeafs19 was introduced as the GM and Jim Nill was introduced as President of Hockey Operations in a press conference prior to opening the preseason against the San Jose Sharks.

"I'm excited for this opportunity to be the 13 general manager in the history of this franchise. I will be meeting with the coaching staff later this week and will get to work on bringing this franchise back to respectability and ultimately winning the Stanley Cup again during my tenure here. That being said there will be some short-term pain for long term gain here as I evaluate the state of the roster and our prospect depth."

GM LoganLeafs19 wasted no time getting to work, making two trades with the Ottawa Senators and Nashville Predators.

The first trade:


Receives Dallas' 2013 2nd round draft pick and Defenseman Alex Theriau.


Receives Ottawa's 2013 1st round draft pick.

The second trade:

Receives Right winger Branden Troock and Center Emil Molin


Receives Nashville's 2013 1st round draft pick.

After a successful 3-1-0 record in the preseason which saw Dallas score 16 goals through 4 games against divisional rivals San Jose, Anaheim, Los Angeles and Phoenix the opening day roster is as follows:

Forwards:
Louis Eriksson (85 SNP) Jamie Benn (86 SNP) Erik Cole (85 PWF)
Ray Whitney (79 PLY) Vernon Fiddler (75 GRN) Eric Nystrom (74 GRN)
Reilly Smith (68 SNP) Tom Wandell (74 GRN) Colton Sceviour (71 TWF)
Lane MacDermid (65 GRN) Tobey Petersen (73 TWF) Alex Chiasson (67 PWF)
Scratch: C Ryan Garbutt (69 GRN)

Defense:
Trevor Daley (84 DFD) Alex Goligoski (82 OFD)
Cameron Gaunce (74 TWD) Stephane Robidas (82 DFD)
Aaron Rome (74 DFD) Philip Larsen (73 TWD)
Scratch: Tyler Sloan (72 DFD)

Goal:
Kari Lehtonen (86 HYB)
Richard Bachman (74 HYB)

Updates will come at the end of every month, trade deadline, playoffs, entry draft and free agency. Hopefully this Be A GM mode goes well! Also any formatting tips to make this easier to read for everyone would be greatly appreciated.


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Also any formatting tips to make this easier to read for everyone would be greatly appreciated.
Good luck!

Tables help quite a bit, and if you break up the text with smallish pictures (such as the team logo) it helps too. Thanks!

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@dantencer Oilers make no moves at Deadline. Comfortable going into Playoffs with current team. Oilers doing great not allowing many goals, but just need to get all offence clicking and they'd be extra dominant. Oilers currently tied for #1 in West with 76 points with Flames and Jackets.

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Oilers claim Playoff birth, first since 2006


Oilers Forward Ryan-Nugent Hopkins finished with the teams scoring lead with 67.

It was a good year. A little inconsistent at first but we let our skill take over and a great year of goaltending for Devan Dubnyk. He finished 2nd in GAA, 2nd in SV% and 3rd in wins. We had no heavy goal scorers in the top 8 of scoring but we had a team effort of scoring. We finished with a record of 45-33-4, 94 points. 5th in the West, 9th in the league.

Team Stats

Goals For Per Game - 17th, 2.52
Goals Against Per Game - 8th, 2.39
Powerplay % - 17th, 16.6%
Penalty Kill % - 7th , 85.3%

* - Rookie

Forward Stats

Ryan Nugent-Hopkins - 20 goals, 47 assists, 67 points
Jordan Eberle - 28 goals, 25 assists, 53 points
Tayylor Hall - 21 goals, 27 assists, 48 points
Nail Yakupov - 18 goals, 27 assists, 45 points
Chris Kreider - 16 goals, 22 assists, 38 points
Brandon Sutter - 11 goals, 25 assists, 36 points
Ales Hemsky - 12 goals, 19 assists, 31 points
Sam Gagner - 8 goals, 15 assists, 23 points
Magnus Paajarvi - 13 goals, 9 assists, 22 points
David Clarkson - 7 goals, 10 assists, 17 points
Teemu Hartikainen - 7 goals, 10 assistas, 17 points
Manny Malholtra - 5 goals, 10 assists, 15 points

Defence Stats

Ryan Whitney - 11 goals, 29 assists, 40 points
Jeff Petry - 4 goals, 35 assists, 39 points
Justin Schultz - 12 goals, 19 assists, 31 points
Adam Clendening (69GP) - 8 goals, 10 assists, 18 points
Ron Hainsey - 5 goals, 12 assists, 17 points
Nick Schultz - 0 goals, 11 assists, 11 points
Alex Plante (13GP) - 1 goal, 0 assists, 1 point

Goalie Stats

Devan Dubnyk - 64GP - 35-21-2, 2.00 GAA, .931 SV%, 7 shutouts
Anton Khudobin - 26GP - 9-12-2, 3.02 GAA, .897 SV%, 1 shutout

In Round 1 of the Playoffs we're facing the 4th seeded Vancouver Canucks. They finished with a record of 44-28-10. Here's how the Rosters Match-Up:

Vancouver Canucks (4th)

Daniel Sedin (91 Overall) - 'A' - Henrik Sedin (90 Overall) 'C' - Chris Higgins (82 Overall)
Derek Roy - (86 Overall) - Ryan Kesler (88 Overall) - Alex Burrows (82 Overall)
David Booth (79 Overall) - Jordan Schroeder (78 Overall) - Jannik Hasen (78 Overall)
Bill Sweatt (78 Overall) - Zack Kassian (77 Overall) - Andrew Gordon (74 Overall)

Alex Edler (88 Overall) - Dan Hamhuis (88 Overall)
Jason Garrison (82 Overall) - Kevin Bieksa (83 Overall) 'A'
Keith Ballard (81 Overall) - Chris Tanev (81 Overall)

Roberto Luongo (89 Overall) - Cory Schneider (87 Overall)

Edmonton Oilers (5th)

Taylor Hall (86 Overall) 'A' - Ryan Nugent-Hopkins (84 Overall) 'A' - Jordan Eberle (86 Overall) 'A'
Nail Yakupov (83 Overall) - Brandon Sutter (82 Overall) - Ales Hemsky (82 Overall)
Chris Kreider (82 Overall) - Sam Gagner (80 Overall) - Magnus Paajarvi (78 Overall)
Teemu Hartikainen (77 Overall) - Manny Malholtra (77 Overall) - David Clarkson (79 Overall)

Ryan Whitney (85 Overall) - Justin Schultz (87 Overall)
Ron Hainsey (84 Overall) - Jeff Petry (85 Overall)
Nick Schultz (83 Overall) - Adam Clendening (79 Overall)
Alex Plante (77 Overall)

Devan Dubnyk (83 Overall) - Anton Khudobin (77 Overall)





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First Update of the Season: October 31, 2012

A surprising October has seen the Dallas Stars shock the rest of the NHL, sitting atop the league standings with a sparkling 8-0-1 record through 9 games thus far this season. The team sits 5th in the league in goals for with 26 while allowing a league low 11 in the same span.

40 year old left winger Ray Whitney leads the team in all offensive categories with 7 goals and 6 assists for 13 points. Can the veteran keep up this torrid pace for an entire 82 game season? Only time will tell.

35 year old Stephane Robidas is leading the offense from the blueline with 3 goals and 4 assists.

Kari Lehtonen has a 6-0-1 record and a sparkling 1.13 GAA to go along with a stellar 0.961 SV% while backup Richard Bachman has been more than capable in his two appearances with a 2-0-0 record, 1.50 GAA, and 0.952 SV%.

Around the league:

Anaheim Ducks center Ryan Getzlaf leads all players with 16 points (5 goals and 11 assists) through October.

PK Subban leads the way for defenseman with 9 points (1 goal and 8 assists).

Braden Holtby, Roberto Luongo and Kari Lehtonen are all tied for the league lead in wins with 6 a piece.

Pacific Division Standings, October 2012
1. Stars 8-0-1 17 Points (1st in NHL)
2. Ducks 5-4-0 10 Points
3. Sharks 4-3-1 9 Points
4. Kings 3-4-1 7 Points
5. Coyotes 1-6-0 2 Points


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Second Update of the season: November 30th, 2012

The Dallas Stars have fallen back to earth in a tough November that saw them only win 5 games, going 5-9-1 to bring their season record to 13-9-2. At the beginning of the month GM LoganLeafs19 made another trade, this time with the divisional rival Phoenix Coyotes.


Receives unsigned rookies C Gemel Smith and C Mike Winther


Receives Phoenix's 1st round pick in the 2013 entry draft.

The trade came as a surprise to everyone as Phoenix currently sits last in the NHL with a 3-13-3 record registering only 9 points. The Stars now have 4 1st round picks in this years draft, their own, Ottawa's, Nashville's, and now Phoenix's.

Louis Eriksson now leads the team in points with 15 (4 goals, 11 assists) through 24 games, Alex Goligoski has taken over the defenseman scoring lead with 12 points (0 goals, 12 assists) from October's Stephane Robidas.

Kari Lehtonen's record now sits at 10-7-1 through 18 starts, his GAA has risen to 1.99 and his SV% fell to 0.936. Backup Richard Bachman now sports a 3-2-1 record in 7 appearances sporting a 2.72 GAA and a 0.910 SV%

Around the league:
San Jose Sharks forward Joe Thornton has taken over the scoring lead posting 32 points (8 goals, 24 assists) in 21 games.

PK Subban remains the offensive leader for defenseman with 18 points (2 goals, 16 assists) in 20 games.

Jimmy Howard, Pekka Rinne, Braden Holtby, and James Reimer are all tied for the lead in wins with 11.

Pacific Division Standings, November 2012
1. Ducks 13-7-2 28 points
2. Stars 13-9-2 28 points (7th in NHL)
3. Sharks 12-7-2 26 points
4. Kings 12-9-1 25 points
5. Coyotes 3-13-3 9 points


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Third Update of the Season, January 1st, 2013

Another trying month for the Dallas Stars saw the team drop to 3rd place in the Pacific Division after posting a 6-6-1 record in December bringing the teams overall record to 19-15-3 for 41 points.

All was quiet on the trade front for Dallas, no proposals were offered to GM LoganLeafs19 all month long.

Jamie Benn took over the team lead in points from Louis Eriksson posting 27 points (13 goals, 14 assists) in 37 games played while Alex Goligoski retained the defenseman scoring lead for the team raising his point total to 17 (2 goals, 15 assists).

Kari Lehtonen's GAA continued to rise and his SV% continued to fall as he now sports a 15-11-2 record, 2.35 GAA and 0.926 SV% in 28 starts this season. Richard Bachman sports a 4-4-1 record, 2.58 GAA, and 0.916 SV% in 10 starts.

Around the league:
New York Islanders center John Tavares now leads the NHL in points with 49 (16 goals, 33 assists) in 37 games. New Jersey Devils defenseman Marek Zidlicky has taken over the lead for defenseman with 24 points (5 goals, 19 assists) in 32 games.

Ryan Miller leads the NHL in wins with 17, Antii Niemi, Marc-Andre Fleury, Sergei Bobrovsky, and Jaroslav Halak sit tied for 2nd with 16 wins each.

Pacific Division Standings, December 2012
1. Sharks 22-11-2 46 Points
2. Ducks 19-12-5 43 Points
3. Stars 19-15-3 41 Points (14th in NHL)
4. Kings 16-17-4 36 Points
5. Coyotes 9-22-3 21 Points


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Holland Retires, Sully Hired
August 17, 2012

Today Ken Holland announced his retirement. He was telling media that the pressure of winning was getting to him too much and he decided that the core team he started with of Yzerman, Fedorov, Draper, Osgood, and Lidstrom are no longer around, he decided it was time to spend more time with family. Well Mike Ilitch spent no time without a general manager as he hired Sully within hours. Rumor is Sully has been interning Holland and co. for a couple years now. His statement after signing the papers "Wow. I was a college student 15 minutes ago, now I'm the general manager of the Detroit Red Wings! I may be young and inexperienced as a head GM, but I've been learning from the best the past two years in Ken Holland. I will try to continue managing the Red Wings the same as the previous twenty plus years, as those seemed to work well for the organization. I'm very excited and can't wait for the season to start!"

Off Season Roster Moves
Released: Carlo Coliacovo, Ian White, Mikael Samuelsson

Red Wings Roster
Zetterberg (91)- Datsyuk (95)- Brunner (82)
Nyquist (79)- Filppula (83)- Franzen (83)
Abdelkader (81)- Helm (82)- Tatar (79)
Cleary (77)- Andersson (77)- Tootoo (77)
ex. Miller (78)- Bertuzzi (77)- Eaves (77)

Kronwall (88)- Ericsson (84)
DeKeyser (80- Kindl (79)
Smith (77)- Quincey (82)

Howard (87)
Gustavsson (75)


Griffins Roster
Jurco (70)- Jarnkrok (71)- Pulkkinen (70)
Ferraro (69)- Glendening (73)- Sheahan (71)
Mursak (68)- Emmerton (74)- Callahan (67)
Pare (69)- Aubry (65)- Grant (69)

Lashoff (76)- Paetsch (70)
Almquist (66)- Billins (66)
Evans (66)- Skinner (65)

Mrazek (71)
McCollum (63)

20 Game Mark


18-2-0 (1st in NHL)
3.75 GFPG (1st in NHL)
1.80 GAPG (1st in NHL)
22 PP% (6th in NHL)
89.8 PK% (2nd in NHL)

Red Wings Stats
NameGPGAPPIM+/-
Pavel Datsyuk20101929618
Henrik Zetterberg20121325914
Damien Brunner20816241416
Gustav Nyqusit208715810
Valteri Filppula20561195
Tomas Tatar204711102
Johan Franzen205611127
Niklas Kronwall2028103010
Jonathon Ericsson2019102216
Joakim Andersson2036967
Brendan Smith2008866
Jakub Kindl20077149
Jordin Tootoo20257193
Danny DeKeyser202571013
Daniel Cleary1250523
Darren Helm20235121
Justin Abdelkader20224233
Kyle Quincey2013424
Drew Miller81016-3
NameGPWLOTLSOLGAASV%SO
Jimmy Howard17170001.46.9483
Jonas Gustavsson312003.72.8840

Pavel Datsyuk is 1st in points and 2nd in assists
Henrik Zetterberg is tied for 2nd in goals and tied for 3rd in points
Damien Brunner is tied for 6th in assists and tied for 5th in points
Jimmy Howard is 1st in Wins, GAA, & SV%


Next post at End of Season

Season Ends in First Round Upset
The Detroit Red Wings season ended early after an upset by Columbus Bluejackets who were the 7th seed. They beat the Red Wings 4-2 in the series. The Detroit Red Wings slowed down big time going into the last 3/4th's of the season after going 18-2, they finished 49-28-5. Very disappointing season and Sully wasn't keen on making to many moves as he felt the roster we had was good enough to make a run at the cup.

2013 Draft
1st (24)- Darnell Nurse (18) 56, 4star
2nd (54)- Matej Beran (19) 58, 3star
3rd (84)- Rasmus Kulmala (19) 55, 3.5star
4th (114)- Brendan Miller (19) 52, 3.5star
5th (144)- Vitali Anisimov (20) 60, 2.5star
6th (174)- Josh Currie (20) 55, 3star
7tn (204)- Philippe Halley (21) 65 2.5star

Trades
To Detroit: Zachary Fucale
To New York Islanders: Jan Mursak RFA & Jordin Tootoo

Offseason Signings
Brendan Smith 4 years $4.5 million
Damien Brunner 3 years $4.1 million
Valtteri Filppula 2 years $4.075 million
Gustav Nyquist 2 years $2.2 million
Joakim Andersson 4 years $2.110 million
Tomas Tatar 4 years $1.585 million
Jakub Kindl 2 years $2.740 million
Drew Miller 1 year $1.750 million
Jonne Virtanen 1 year $.895 million (FA Signing/Tough Guy)

Red Wings Roster
Zetterberg (92)- Datsyuk (95)- Brunner (83)
Franzen (82)- Filppula (82)- Nyquist (80)
Tatar (79)- Helm (80)- Abdelkader (79)
Miller (78)- Andersson (79)- Eaves (77)
Emmerton (78)- Virtanen (70)

Kronwall (88)- Ericsson (84)
DeKeyser (81)- Smith (83)
Kindl (79)- Quincey (81)

Howard (87)
Gustavsson (75)


Griffins Roster
Pulkkinen (72)- Jarnkrok (74)- Jurco (72)
Sheahan (72)- Glendening (78)- Pare (73)
Frk (67)- Ferraro (71)- Callahan (70)
Halley (65)- Aubry (67)- Tvrdon (66)

Ouellet (70)- Lashoff (77)
Billins (71)- Sproul (69)
Almquist (69)- Paetsch (70)

Mrazek (74)
McCollum (69)


Depending on how the season goes, I may move Franzen and Filppula. Their value is pretty low, so I don't know what I can get for them. The Fucale trade was to add a little more goaltender depth and to get rid of that $1.9 million Tootoo contract.

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Fourth Update of the Season, January 31st 2013

The Dallas Stars continue to slide down the NHL standings as they now sit 18th in the NHL. A 5-5-1 record in January bringing their record to 24-20-4.

"It was a promising and unexpected start, and slide the past couple of months has been tough on the locker room." Jamie Benn, the Stars lone representative at the All Star Game on the teams recent, lengthy skid

"I'm exploring all avenues to improve this team in both the short term and long term, if there's a move that helps us now and in the future than I'm certainly going to make it." GM LoganLeafs19 on improving the team via trade

Jamie Benn continues to lead the team in points with 35 (18 goals, 17 assists) while Alex Goligoski continues to lead team defenseman with 22 points (2 goals, 20 assists).

Kari Lehtonen's numbers have stabilized, sporting a 2.36 GAA and 0.926 SV% along with his 18-16-3 in 37 starts. Richard Bachman now has a 6-4-1 record with a 2.39 GAA and 0.923 SV% in 12 starts.

Around the league:
New York Islanders center John Tavares maintained his lead in the scoring race. He now has 63 points (20 goals, 43 assists) in 46 games while Pittsburgh Penguins center Sidney Crosby is not far behind with 61 points (31 goals, 30 assists) in 45 games. Toronto Maple Leafs defenseman Dion Phaneuf leads all blueliners with 33 points (14 goals, 19 assists) in 45 games.

There is once again a tie for the win leader among goaltenders. James Reimer, Antii Niemi, and Jaroslav Halak all have 21 wins while Pekka Rinne, Marc-Andre Fleury and Ryan Miller are all close behind with 20 wins each.

Pacific Division Standings, January 31st 2013
1. Sharks 27-13-6 60 Points
2. Ducks 23-17-8 54 Points
3. Stars 24-20-4 52 Points (18th in NHL)
4. Kings 19-22-6 44 Points
5. Coyotes 16-26-4 36 Points

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HABS NEW FRONT OFFICE LOOKS TO RETURN TO PLAYOFFS
September 2012


Coach Michel Therrien and GM Marc Bergevin hope to rekindle the flame of dynasties' past

Offseason Trades
TeamAcquires
Joonas Nattinen (63 ovr TWF, 21 y/o, 2.5 Yellow), Alain Berger (61 ovr TWF, 21 y/o, 2.5 Yellow)
-Philippe Lefebvre (61 ovr TWF, 21 y/o, 2.5 Yellow)
2013 3rd (PHX), 2013 4th (PHX)
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Gabriel Dumont (62 ovr SNP, 21 y/o, 2.5 Yellow), Ian Schultz (64 ovr GRN, 22 y/o, 2.5 Yellow)
-Alexander Avtsin (65 ovr PLY, 21 y/o, 2.5 Yellow)
2013 4th (CBJ), 2014 4th (CBJ)
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2013 1st (SJS)
Saku Koivu (78 ovr PLY, 37 y/o, 3.5 White), Sheldon Souray (78 ovr OFD, 36 y/o, 3.5 White)
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T.J. Fast (60 ovr OFD, 25 y/o, 2.5 Yellow), Joe Stejskal (62 ovr DFD, 24 y/o, 2.5 Yellow)
2013 4th (COL)

Montreal Canadiens Signings
PosPlayerOvrTypeTermCap HitNotes
GCristobal Huet73BUT1 year0.925m2 way
LWPatrick O'Sullivan76PLY2 years0.850m2 way
RWJonathan Cheechoo76SNP3 years0.865m2 way
LWRobbie Schremp74PLY2 years0.800m2 way
LWAlexandre Giroux73SNP2 years0.760m2 way
RWByron Bitz73GRN2 years0.690m2 way
LWMathieu Darche72GRN2 years0.680m2 way

Montreal Canadiens Top Prospects
RankPlayerTypeOvrAgePotential
1Alex GalchenyukPLY71194.5 Yellow
2Jarred TinordiDFD74214.0 Yellow
3Dalton ThrowerTWD69194.0 Yellow
4Sebastian CollbergSNP59194.0 Red
5Brendan GallagherTWF70203.5 Yellow
6Nathan BeaulieuOFD64203.5 Red
7Louis LeblancPLY75223.5 Yellow
8Charles HudonTWF59183.0 Yellow
9Michael BournivalTWF67203.0 Yellow
10Dustin TokarskiHYB71233.0 Yellow

The Montreal Canadiens are looking to rebound after finishing outside of the playoffs for the first time in four years. New GM Marc Bergevin and head coach Michel Therrien were hired over the offseason.
The Habs 16th GM wasn't shy, and took to the phones immediately. He opened up by trading away younger players in exchange for picks in the upcoming two drafts. Looking to make the Hamilton Bulldogs compete for the Calder Cup, Bergevin brought in multiple veterans.

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This is not only a new chapter, but we're writing a new book. We'll turn this around, one way or another.
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Fifth Update of the Season, February 28th 2013

February was kind to the Dallas Stars seeing them win 7 games and go 7-3-2 on the month bringing their record to 31-23-6 for 68 points. This raised them to 12th in the NHL and 6th place in the Western Conference after being on the outside looking in last month.

Louis Eriksson is once again the Stars point leader with 48 (17 goals, 31 assists) in 60 games, Jamie Benn is a close second with 46 (22 goals, 24 assists). Alex Goligoski is still the team defenseman points leader 34 (5 goals, 29 assists) in 60 games.

Kari Lehtonen now has a 2.44 GAA and 0.924 SV% to go along with a 23-18-5 record in 46 starts. Richard Bachman is 8-5-1 in 16 starts with a 2.33 GAA and 0.923 SV%

Around the league:
Sidney Crosby and John Tavares are tied for the NHL scoring lead with 76 points a piece. Crosby has 38 goals and 38 assists in 58 games while Tavares has 24 goals and 52 assists in 59 games.

Leafs defender Dion Phaneuf and Blue Jackets defender Fedor Tyutin are tied with 40 points each. Phaneuf has 14 goals and 26 assists in 58 games while Tyutin has 5 goals and 35 assists 61 games.

Antii Niemi is the sole leader in wins with 29 with James Reimer close behind with 27.

Pacific Division Standings:
1. Sharks 36-16-7 79 Points
2. Stars 31-23-6 68 Points (12th in NHL)
3. Ducks 28-21-11 67 Points
4. Kings 25-27-7 57 Points
5. Coyotes 22-32-6 50 Points

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They're Back


Seattle sniper Phil Kessel wrists a shot top shelf, past Anaheim Ducks goaltender Frederik Andersen.


A little bit of re-tooling proved to be just what the Seattle Gladiators needed. After a disastrous 2016-17 campaign, they are back in the playoffs. And they didn't just make the playoffs, they won the Presidents' Trophy.


After they shipped out many key players at last year's trade deadline (Oliver Ekman-Larsson, Dale Weise, Nikita Filatov, Chris Summers, Jay McClement) it appeared as though the Gladiators would take a couple years to return to postseason play. Even after new players were brought in via both free agency and trades, people weren't sure what to expect of the Gladiators for the 2017-18 season. But the Glads' top players returned to their usual form, and their new additions met their expectations. This resulted in Seattle being the NHL's best team during the regular season. The Gladiators finished with a record of 53-23-6. This earned them 112 points, the most in the league. Winnipeg finished just one point behind them. The first seed in the Western Conference means that the Gladiators will be facing the eighth-seeded San Jose Sharks in round one of the playoffs.


Team Stats

GFPG - 1st, 3.11
GAPG - 5th, 2.43
PP% - 7th, 18.8%
PK% - 17th, 81.4%


New Faces




A big reason for the Gladiators' success, as mentioned before, was the key contributions of their new additions. Pictured above is rookie winger Mikhail Grigorenko, who was acquired from the Buffalo Sabres at last year's trade deadline along with a first round pick. Grigorenko had a rather impressive rookie campaign, scoring 18 goals and 39 assists, for 57 points. He is expected to be nominated for the Calder Trophy, but will likely not win as Blues rookie Ty Rattie scored 32 goals and 62 points, putting him in the lead.


Two other rookies impressed for Seattle - Lucas Lessio and Connor Murphy. They were both originally drafted by Phoenix in 2011, and cracked their new team's NHL roster at the same time. Lessio, a left winger, scored 29 points and was a +6 spending time on both the third and fourth lines. Murphy, a defenseman, put up 21 points and was a +10, spending time on both the second and third defensive pairings.


Veteran defender Jamie McBain (30 years old) was signed as a free agent during the offseason. He impressed, scoring 31 points while being a +8. He spent the whole season on the second pairing. Korbinian Holzer was also signed during the summer, and he put up 16 points but was a -6. 27 year old Jakob Silfverberg, another one of Seattle's signings, continues to be a solid second line forward. This year he scored 28 goals, and had a point total of 54 points. He was also a +6. Veteran center Zack Smith is the final newcomer, and he also was great. Smith scored 21 points on the third line, while being a +5. He was given tons of ice-time on the penalty kill and shined when on it.


Back In Shape




Phil Kessel and Nathan MacKinnon shined this season, after not meeting expectations in their first season together. They both tied for 7th in the league in scoring, with 80 points each. Kessel was 6th in goals with 35, and MacKinnon was 4th in assists with 57. Andy Miele also continued to be a great second liner, scoring 65 points. Cory Conacher did the same, putting up 64. Top pairing defenders Brandon Gormley and David Rundblad also returned to greatness. Gormley scored 43 points, and Rundblad scored 42 points. They were both plus-players, as well - Gormley a +21 and Rundblad a +27. After a poor season last year, third pairing defender Maxim Goncharov also returned to excellence, putting up 11 points while finishing at a +18 rating.


The team also had solid depth. Below you can see the entire team's point totals.


Player Stats

Phil Kessel - 35 goals, 45 assists, 80 points
Nathan MacKinnon - 23 goals, 57 assists, 80 points
Andy Miele - 22 goals, 43 assists, 65 points
Cory Conacher - 14 goals, 50 assists, 64 points
Mikhail Grigorenko - 18 goals, 39 assists, 57 points
Jakob Silfverberg - 28 goals, 26 assists, 54 points
Brandon Gormley - 13 goals, 30 assists, 43 points
David Rundblad - 15 goals, 27 assists, 42 points
Jamie McBain - 10 goals, 21 assists, 31 points
Lucas Lessio - 15 goals, 14 assists, 29 points
Philip-Michael Devos - 5 goals, 19 assists, 24 points
Zack Smith - 9 goals, 12 assists, 21 points
Connor Murphy - 7 goals, 14 assists, 21 points
Andrew Cogliano - 11 goals, 10 assists, 21 points
Chris Brown - 11 goals, 7 assists, 18 points
Ryan White - 6 goals, 11 assists, 17 points
Korbinian Holzer - 4 goals, 12 assists, 16 points
Maxim Goncharov - 4 goals, 7 assists, 11 points


Goaltender Stats

Daniel Cotton - 53 GP, 38-14-1, 2.30 GAA, .922%, 4 shutouts
Joni Ortio - 29 GP, 15-8-5, 2.07 GAA, .931&, 2 shutouts


2018 Seattle Gladiators Playoff Lineup

*Mikhail Grigorenko (81) - Nathan MacKinnon (89) - Phil Kessel (89)
Cory Conacher (84) - Andy Miele (83) - Jakob Silfverberg (82)
Philip-Michael Devos (80) - Zack Smith (83) - Andrew Cogliano (81)
Chris Brown (80) - Ryan White (78) - *Lucas Lessio (79)

Brandon Gormley (86) - David Rundblad (86)
Korbinian Holzer (80) - Jamie McBain (85)
*Connor Murphy (77) - Maxim Goncharov (78)

Daniel Cotton (89) - Joni Ortio (82)

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Does anyone find that development is scripted or am I alone ?

I edited the rosters, and I have the lastest update..

Some guys just don't pan out and it's always the same ones..

Duclair doesn't amount to anything.. Erne is always a star.. Etc

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Oilers fall short of comeback, lose in 7


Jordan Eberle had a great series with 9 points in 7 games. Hall had a great series aswell.

The young kids showed no quitting. They fell down in the series 3-1 and forced it to a 7th and deciding game and that 7th game was back and forth itself. They showed no scoring troubles as they got to 7 goal wins twice in this series. And Dubnyk and even Khudobin in relief played great to help along the Wins.

Jordan Eberle did lead all Oilers in this series with 9 points (4 goals, 5 assists) in the 7 games, and RNH had 7 in 7, along with Yakupov and Hall also putting up 7 respectively. Sutter had 5 points.

Ryan Whitney was great on the back end putting up 6 points, 6 assists, in 7 games and Justin Schultz putting up 5 points in the 7. Devan Dubnyk finished with a record of 3-2-1, with a 2.31 GAA and .923 SV%, with 1 shutout. Dubnyk had a solid year all throughout the season. Goaltending is not a conern. Nothing really is. We're extremly comfortable and excited for whats to comes. This was just a learing curve, we got some great experience from this and are proud of the boys. Let's take a look at the scoring summary lastly:

Game 1: Canucks win 3-2.
Game 2: Oilers win 7-2.
Game 3: Canucks win 2-1.
Game 4: Canucks win 1-0.

Game 5: Oilers win 7-4.
Game 6: Oilers win 3-0.

Game 7: Canucks win 4-3.

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@dantencer Oilers AHL team get revenge on Canucks by defeating 'Nucks AHL team the Chicago Wolves in 6 games. Brendan Ranford and Anton Lander leading the way in points with 10. 2 rounds down for OKC!

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@dantencer OKC swept in Finals by Philly's AHL team, the Adirondack Phantoms. Nice try this year boys.

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Hey guys, I'm gonna be starting a dynasty with the Avalanche later today when I'm home from work. Ill start the write ups on the 2013 offseason with the draft. I'm going to try hard to tank so I can have the 1st overall pick like in real life. Also I will be changing the teams strategies to more correctly reflect what Roy will use as the new coach.

I like to do things realistically so I won't make stupid (or many) trades or make unrealistic FA signings/moves.

Also, I wanted a team with a challenge and not only did they finish last but they have the 29th best prospect pool according to the latest rankings on HF. Can't wait for the challenge!

HERE WE GO!


2013 Offseason


2013 NHL Entry Draft

Round 1.1
Name: Seth Jones
Country: USA
Position: D
Ht/Wt: 6'3'' 201lbs
Style: TWD
Shoots: R
Age: 18

Round 2.1
Pick traded to Washington (Varlamov)

Round 3.1
Name: Jakob Lilja
Country: Sweden
Position: LW
Ht/Wt: 5'10'' 192 lbs
Style: SNP
Shoots: L
Age: 19

Round 4.1
Name: Connor Rankin
Country: Canada
Position: C
Ht/Wt: 6'1'' 185 lbs
Style: PLY
Shoots: L
Age: 18

Round 5.1
Name: Kirill Vorobev
Country: Russia
Position: D
Ht/Wt: 6'2'' 186 lbs
Style: DFD
Shoots: L
Age: 18

Round 6.1
Name: Jake Swift
Country: USA
Position: LW
Ht/Wt: 6'4'' 206 lbs
Style: SNP
Shoots: L
Age: 19

Round 7.1
Name: Alexander Lavoie
Country: Canada
Position: C
Ht/Wt: 5'9'' 173 lbs
Style: PLY
Shoots: R
Age: 20


Free Agency

Buy Outs:
Greg Zanon
John Mitchell
David Jones


Released:
Milan Hejduk
Matt Hunwick
Chuck Kobesew


Signings:
Seth Jones - 3 years @ 790k
Viktor Stalberg - 3 years @ 3.05m
Damien Brunner - 2 years @ 2.5m



Off Season Trades:

Thomas Vanek

Paul Stastny and Stephan Silas


JT Brown and 2014 2nd (TB)

Mark Olver



COMING UP NEXT WILL BE A PROSPECT REPORT AND 2013-2014 SEASON PREVIEW

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Season Ends in First Round Upset
The Detroit Red Wings season ended early after an upset by Columbus Bluejackets who were the 7th seed. They beat the Red Wings 4-2 in the series. The Detroit Red Wings slowed down big time going into the last 3/4th's of the season after going 18-2, they finished 49-28-5. Very disappointing season and Sully wasn't keen on making to many moves as he felt the roster we had was good enough to make a run at the cup.

2013 Draft
1st (24)- Darnell Nurse (18) 56, 4star
2nd (54)- Matej Beran (19) 58, 3star
3rd (84)- Rasmus Kulmala (19) 55, 3.5star
4th (114)- Brendan Miller (19) 52, 3.5star
5th (144)- Vitali Anisimov (20) 60, 2.5star
6th (174)- Josh Currie (20) 55, 3star
7th (204)- Philippe Halley (21) 65 2.5star

Trades
To Detroit: Zachary Fucale
To New York Islanders: Jan Mursak RFA & Jordin Tootoo

Offseason Signings
Brendan Smith 4 years $4.5 million
Damien Brunner 3 years $4.1 million
Valtteri Filppula 2 years $4.075 million
Gustav Nyquist 2 years $2.2 million
Joakim Andersson 4 years $2.110 million
Tomas Tatar 4 years $1.585 million
Jakub Kindl 2 years $2.740 million
Drew Miller 1 year $1.750 million
Jonne Virtanen 1 year $.895 million (FA Signing/Tough Guy)

Red Wings Roster
Zetterberg (92)- Datsyuk (95)- Brunner (83)
Franzen (82)- Filppula (82)- Nyquist (80)
Tatar (79)- Helm (80)- Abdelkader (79)
Miller (78)- Andersson (79)- Eaves (77)
Emmerton (78)- Virtanen (70)

Kronwall (88)- Ericsson (84)
DeKeyser (81)- Smith (83)
Kindl (79)- Quincey (81)

Howard (87)
Gustavsson (75)


Griffins Roster
Pulkkinen (72)- Jarnkrok (74)- Jurco (72)
Sheahan (72)- Glendening (78)- Pare (73)
Frk (67)- Ferraro (71)- Callahan (70)
Halley (65)- Aubry (67)- Tvrdon (66)

Ouellet (70)- Lashoff (77)
Billins (71)- Sproul (69)
Almquist (69)- Paetsch (70)

Mrazek (74)
McCollum (69)


Depending on how the season goes, I may move Franzen and Filppula. Their value is pretty low, so I don't know what I can get for them. The Fucale trade was to add a little more goaltender depth and to get rid of that $1.9 million Tootoo contract.

Another Disappointing Season, Changes to Come?
After finishing the season in 4th place in the Western Conference with a record of 46-29-7, the team was eliminated once again in the 1st round. Everyone expects Sully to make some major moves. This is what Sully had to say, "Obviously we're all disappointed, I was hired to turn things around in Detroit, by getting us a Stanley Cup, 1st round exits aren't good enough here in the D. I will definitely be looking into some off season moves, but at the same time, I don't want to jeopardize the future. The free agent pool doesn't look like it will fill our needs, so we will be in contact with other teams around the league".

2014 Draft
1st (20)- Johan Svensson (19) 63 3.5star
2nd (50)- Marselis Subban (18) 59 3.5star
3rd (80)- Alex Schoenborn (18) 48 3.5star
4th (110)- Marko Kokko (19) 57 2.5star
5th (140)- Liam O'brien (20) 55 2.5star
6th (170)- Kasperi Kapanen (18) 52 2.5star
7th (200)- Brandon Devlin (20) 55 2.5star

Trades
To Detroit: Tom Wilson (mid season trade)
To Washington: Johan Franzen & Cory Emmerton (mid season trade)

To Detroit: Erik Cole
To Dallas: Alan Quine & 2015 2nd

Offseason Signings
Pavel Datsyuk 4 years $7.2 million
Jonathon Ericsson 2 years $4.550 million
Kyle Quincey 2 years $3.535 million
Dwight King 1 year $1.8 million
Mario Kempe 1 year $1.020 million

Red Wings Roster
Zetterberg (91)- Datsyuk (93)- Nyquist (85)
Cole (85)- Filppula (83)- Brunner (82)
Tatar (79)- Andersson (80)- Glendening (80)
Abdelkader (79)- Helm (81)- King (78)
Kempe (77)

Kronwall (88)- Smith (85)
DeKeyser (82)- Ericsson (83)
Quincey (82)- Kindl (81)

Howard (87)
Gustavsson (75)

Griffins Roster
Jurco (74)- Jarnkrok (78)- Pulkkinen (75)
Pare (73)- Sheahan (77)- Frk (69)
Wilson (67)- Ferraro (73)- Callahan (73)
Tvrdon (68)- Aubry (69)- Athanasiou (68)

Sproul (73)- Billins (76)
Ouellet (71)- Nicastro (73)
Lashoff (77)- Almquist (71)

Mrazek (77)
Paterson (60)

Notes
  • I will try to do player stats for the Red Wings next year, I forgot this year
  • If I don't get to the conference finals at least this year, the roster will look very different next year
  • Next update will either be tonight or tomorrow sometime

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Does anyone find that development is scripted or am I alone ?

I edited the rosters, and I have the lastest update..

Some guys just don't pan out and it's always the same ones..

Duclair doesn't amount to anything.. Erne is always a star.. Etc
Yeah, I think it is for certain players. I don't have the latest EA rosters (I think I used their second update?) but I edit overall and potential for some prospects.

I bumped Yakupov up to low 80 overall (81-83, I believe) and he had 4.5 Yellow potential in an attempt to help him progress. However, he stays as a '3rd Line SCR' and doesn't improve in OVR for for at least the first 5ish years.

On the other hand, someone like Brendan Gaunce (who by default had 4.5 Yellow potential) always became a 88-90 1st line forward. Even after I tuned it down to 4.0 Yellow, he progressed to a 87-89 1st liner.

Kind of annoying, hope it isn't pre-determined in NHL 14.

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PROMISING PRE-SEASON SIGN OF WHAT'S TO COME?
October 2012

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Brian Gionta and burgeoning powerforward Max Pacioretty celebrate the captain's second goal in game 1

Montreal Canadiens Line-Up
Max Pacioretty (84 PWF) - A Tomas Plekanec (86 PLY) - C Brian Gionta (83 SNP)
Rene Bourque (84 TWF) - Lars Eller (80 PLY) - Michael Ryder (80 SNP)
Travis Moen (78 GRN) - David Desharnais (79 PLY) - Colby Armstrong (79 GRN)
Brandon Prust (78 TGH) - Jeff Halpern (74 GRN) - Ryan White (75 TWF)

Josh Gorges (84 DFD) - P.K. Subban (85 TWD)
A Andrei Markov (86 OFD) - Alexei Emelin (79 DFD)
Tomas Kaberle (80 OFD) - Rafael Diaz (75 OFD)

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

Hamilton Bulldogs Line-Up
Patrick O'Sullivan (76 PLY) - Louis Leblanc (75 PLY) - Sebastian Collberg (59 SNP)
Robbie Schremp (74 PLY) - C Blake Geoffrion (76 TWF) - Jonathan Cheechoo (76 SNP)
Alexandre Giroux (73 SNP) - Petteri Nokelainen (73 TWF) - Michael Blunden (72 GRN)
Mathieu Darche (72 TWF) - Andreas Engqvist (71 TWF) - Byron Bitz (73 GRN)

A Francis Bouillon (74 DFD) - Yannick Weber (72 OFD)
Davis Drewiske (74 DFD) - Jason DeSantis (71 OFD)
A Frederic St-Denis (69 OFD) - Magnus Nygren (58 TWD)

Dustin Tokarski (71 HYB)
Cristobal Huet (73 BUT)

Completing the pre-season with four wins in four games, Therrien was confident that this was a good sign for the year.

Pre-Season
HomeScoreAway
MTL6 - 3OTT
BUF4 - 5MTL
TOR0 - 1MTL
MTL6 - 2BOS

The Canadiens opened the season at home, facing off with the Ottawa Senators:
-David Desharnais opened the scoring with 4 minutes left in the first, grabbing a rebound off a Travis Moen slapshot
-Less than two minutes later, Tomas Plekanec doubled the lead with a wrist shot that beat Craig Anderson high-blocker
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-Ryan White drew the first penalty 20 seconds into the 2nd, after Milan Michalek slashed him
-After Carey Price nearly turned the puck over, P.K. Subban sent a stretch-pass up to Brian Gionta, who made no mistake
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-Brian Gionta added salt to the wound by knocking opposing captain Daniel Alfredsson over, followed that up by beating Erik Karlsson to the outside, then sneaking it past Craig Anderson
-Carey Price had a 19-save shutout, while Tomas Kaberle notched 2 helpers

Quote:
We had a good run early, but we need to be consistent to remain competitive in the League. Line combinations can and will be juggled if we're not succeeding.
- Coach Michel Therrien
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