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Forum: NHLDec. 13, 2021 at 4:55 p.m.
<strong>Atlantic: </strong>
Florida
Toronto
Tampa
Boston**
Detroit
Ottawa
Montreal
Buffalo

<strong>Metropolitan:</strong>
Carolina
Washington
New York Rangers
Pittsburgh*
New Jersey
New York Islanders
Philadelphia
Columbus

<strong>Central:</strong>
Colorado
Minnesota
St. Louis
Winnipeg*
Nashville**
Dallas
Chicago
Arizona

<strong>Pacific:</strong>
Vegas
Calgary
Edmonton
Anaheim
San Jose
Los Angelas
Vancouver
Seattle

<strong>Round 1:</strong>
Florida over Pittsburgh in 6
Toronto over Tampa in 7
Carolina over Boston in 5
Washington over Rangers in 5

Colorado over Nashville in 4
Minnesota over St. Louis in 7
Vegas over Winnipeg in 5
Edmonton over Calgary in 7

<strong>Round 2: </strong>
Florida over Toronto in 5
Washington over Carolina 6

Colorado over Minnesota in 7
Vegas over Edmonton in 5

<strong>Round 3: </strong>
Florida over Washington in 5
Vegas over Colorado in 7

<strong>Stanley Cup Final:</strong>
Game 1: Florida 4 Vegas 3
Game 2: Vegas 6 Florida 2
Game 3: Vegas 3 Florida 2 OT (Theodore Winner)
Game 4: Florida 2 Vegas 1
Game 5: Florida 6 Vegas 5 OT (Barkov winner)
Game 6: Vegas 4 Florida 1
Game 7: Florida 3 Vegas 1

Awards:
Selke Trophy: Bergeron (Matthews, Lindholm)
Art Ross: Mcdavid (Draisaitl, Panarin)
Rocket Richard: Matthews (Mcdavid, Draisaitl)
Norris: Fox (Ekblad, Makar)
Vezina: Markstrom (Campbell, Vasilevsky)
Calder: Zegras (Seider, Raymond)
Lady Byng: Matthews (Slavin, Barkov)
Jack Adams: Evason (Laviolette, Gallant)
GM of the year: Zito (Yzerman, Guerin)
Ted Lindsay: Mcdavid (Draisaitl, Ovechkin)
Hart Trophy: Mcdavid (Fox, Markstrom)

Top Five Draft picks:
1. Shane Wright - Seattle Kraken
2. Matthew Savoie - Ottawa Senators
3. Conor Geekie - Arizona Coyotes
4. Logan Cooley - Buffalo Sabres
5. Simon Nemec - Montreal Canadians
Forum: Armchair-GMOct. 29, 2021 at 2:10 p.m.
Thread: Fire Dubas
Critiquing whatever this jumbo was:


Lets revisit Kyle Dubas transactions as GM, he dug a hole early by signing unproven players to mid term contracts pretty much the worst outcome, either sign for 8 or bridge, he choose otherwise... <strong>Most signings were excellent signings. Marner only one that could have been done at a lower AAV or longer term
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Signed JT to an 11 mill aav, I like the signing not the cap hit but overall good signing ... <strong>Free agent premium Signings of course its going to be above cap</strong>

Traded away Matt Martin who remains in the league on a good team..<strong>. No way you suppor this signing brudda..</strong>

Waived 2 Goaltenders to make way for Sparks only to watch C Mac win a cup in Tampa ... <strong>Fluke as Mc outperformed and Sparks unfortuante with bad luck</strong>

Botched the Nylander signing took way to long in the end a good signing ... <strong>Great signing but could have been done earlier</strong>

Traded for Muzzin, great trade

Signed AM34, while a no brainer Dubas got schooled. Sign to 8 year or hold to a bridge player has no leverage and he's never signing more then McDavid. Stupid precedent set for Marner. <strong>Done before offseason and eliminated risk of offersheet</strong>

Traded a 1st round pick and Marleau to save cap space, complete idiot. ... <strong>Agree dubas worse move</strong>

Signed Kapp and Johnnson to decent deals could have squeezed them more

Resigned Marincin WTF... <strong>whatever</strong>

Signed Spezza, has turned out to be gold. Give all the credit here to spezza.

Traded away Zeitzev and Brown for nothing all because Dubas doesn't know hockey. How good would connor brown look now on our team and he would have signed a reasonable 8 year deal to stay a Leaf... <strong>Zaitsev was the wrose contract in the league you pig it the ask to get rid of him would have been so much worse. </strong>

Trade away Kadri for Tyson Barrie and Kerfoot, this was the tipping point of Leaf failures.<strong>.. Good trade at the time and kadri time was up due to playoff blunders.. Barrie jsut didnt work out</strong>

Leafs Sign Marner to the most ridiculous contract in Leaf history and then Dubas proclaims Marner will be Bronze statue one day...<strong>wont even get into it</strong>

Traded for Jack Campbell, looks like one of few good decisions.

Trade away Kapanen for nothing ... <strong>farted at the fact that you think the return is nothing...</strong>

Sign TJ Brodie as a FA looks like a good signing

Sign Zach Bogosian as FA was a great depth signing but let him walk after 1 year ... <strong>bogosian had no part in returning to play in canada as he came out and said. </strong>

Trade Johnnson for nothing..<strong>. hes very poor</strong>

Spent the last part of last year forcing Sandin into the lineup to find out if he can replace Reilly, and continue to force him in the first Round Loss part due to his terrible play...<strong> huh?</strong>

Traded big for Nick Foligno and well never know how that could have worked out



Overall... you might be the biggest R on the platform G
Forum: NHLOct. 14, 2021 at 11:30 a.m.
Anaheim Ducks: Jamie Drysdale becomes the shining rookie in the team with an impressive 10+Goals 40+ point season and becomes a Calder Nominee
Arizona Coyotes: Keller bounces back with a 30 goal 70+ point season
Boston Bruins: Swayman takes over as the starting position by Christmas
Buffalo Sabres: Record the worse season record in the salary cap era
Calgary Flames: Fall to bottom 5 in the NHL
Carolina Hurricanes: Tony DeAngelo bounces back with a 50+ point season
Chicago Blackhaws: Debrincat breaks top 3 in goal scoring with 45+ goals
Colorado Avalanche: Bowen Byram breaks into calder nominee conversation with an impressive 40+ point campaign (Cup winners as well)
Columbus Blue Jackets: Zach Werenski records 20 goals 60 points
Dallas Stars: Miro Heiskanen struggles with less than 25 points
Detroit Red Wings: Nedeljkovic, despite the team struggling to bottom 3 in the NHL, records an impressive .925% SVP
Edmonton Oilers: Mcdavid breaks 150 points
Florida Panthers: Stanley Cup Finalist &amp; Ekblad wins Norris
Los Angelas Kings: Suprise comeback into playoff contention breaking into top 3 in the Pacific
Minnesota Wild: Kaprizov records 40 goals 95+ points
Montreal Canadiens: Caufield and Suzuki finish 1/2 in scoring amongst the team with 60+ points each
Nashville Predators: Break into top 3 for NHL draft lottery
New Jersey Devils: Hamilton struggles while Ty Smith improves to be the team leader in defenceman points
New York Islanders: Barzal trade request by draft day
New York Rangers: Lafrieniere struggles again...
Ottawa Senators: WC#2 in the East
Philadelphia Flyers: Farabee leads team in points with 75+ points
Pittsburgh Penguins: End of an era and miss playoffs by 5+ points (due to injuries)
San Jose Sharks: Lottery winners for Shane Wright
St. Louis Blues: Taranseko traded at deadline to the Vegas Golden Knights
Seattle Kraken: Vince Dunn takes the leap with an impressive 10+ goals 50 point campaign.
Tampa Bay Lightning: Kucherov falls short of 150 point campagin by 5 or less points
Toronto Maple Leafs: move pass first round.. to lose to Florida in the 2nd round...
Vancouver Canucks: Nils Hoglander breaks out with 30 goals 65 points
Vegas Golden Knights: Mcdavid breaks them down in 1st round of playoffs to loose in 7
Washington Capitals: Ovechkin breaks 50
Winnipeg Jets: Hellenbuyck becomes a Hart nominee with an impressive 65 game season, 40+ wins and a .935Sv%
Forum: NHLOct. 11, 2021 at 10:47 a.m.
EVE BEFORE SEASON PREDICTIONS:

<strong>Metropolitan:</strong>
Carolina 107 Points
New York Islanders 101 Points
Philadelphia 99 Points
New York Rangers 96 Points**
Pittsburgh 95 Points
New Jersey 89 Points
Washington 87 Points
Columbus 80 Points

<strong>Atlantic:</strong>
Tampa 118 Points
Toronto 110 Points
Boston 107 Points
Florida 100 Points*
Montreal 95 Points
Ottawa 90 Points
Detroit 70 Points
Buffalo 60 Points

<strong>Central:
</strong>
Colorado 111 Points
Dallas 102 Points
Chicago 98 Points
St. Louis 95 Points*
Minnesota 95 Points**
Winnipeg 91 Points
Nashville 85 Points
Arizona 75 Points

Pacific:
Vegas 105 Points
Edmonton 100 Points
Vancouver 96 Points
Los Angelas 93 Points
Calgary 89 Points
Seattle 86 Points
San Jose 80 Points
Anaheim 66 Points

<strong>PLAYOFFS</strong>

<em>FIRST ROUND:</em>
Tampa over NYR in 5
Toronto over Boston in 7
Florida over Carolina in 7
Islanders over Philly in 7
Colorado over Minnesota in 4
Chicago over Dallas in 6
Vegas over St. Louis in 5
Edmonton over Vancouver in 7

<em>Second Round:</em>
Tampa over Toronto in 7
Florida over Islanders in 6
Colorado over Chicago in 6
Vegas over Edmonton in 7

<em>CONFERENCE FINALS:</em>
Tampa over Florida in 6
Colorado over Vegas in 7

<em>Stanley cup Finals:</em>
Game 1: Colorado 5 Tampa 3
Game 2: Tampa 4 Colorado 0
Game 3: Colorado 3 Tampa 2 OT (Kadri Winner)
Game 4: Tampa 2 Colorado 1 2x OT (Kucherov Winner)
Game 5: Tampa 5 Colorado 3
Game 6: Colorado 4 Tampa 1
Game 7: Colorado 4 Tampa 3

Stanley Cup Winner: Colorado Avalanche

<strong>AWARDS:</strong>
Art Ross: Mcdavid 135 Points (Kucherov 126 Points, Draisaitl 124 Points)
Selke: Barkov (Bergeron, Stone)
Jack Adams: Cooper (Keefe, Bednar)
GM: Zito (Sakic, Dubas)
Lady Byng: Matthews (Barkov, O'Reilly)
Rocket Richard: Matthews 57 goals (Mcdavid 52 goals, Pastrnak 50 goals)
Calder: Caufield (Knight, Zegras)
Norris: Makar (S. Jones, Ekblad)
Ted Lindsay: Mcdavid (Matthews, Makar)
Vezina: Vasilevsky (Fleury, Kuemper)
Hart: Mcdavid (Matthews, Fleury)

<strong>2021-22 Big player Moves:</strong>
Jack Eichel --&gt; Los Angelas Kings
Tarasenko --&gt; Carolina
Gaudreau --&gt; NJ
Hertl --&gt; Edmonton
Forsberg --&gt; Toronto
Kuznetsov --&gt; Vegas
Rakell --&gt; Florida

Top 5 Draft Picks:
Anaheim: Shane Wright
San Jose: Matthew Savoie
Buffalo: Brad Lambert
Detroit: Conor Geekie
Arizona: Ivan Miroshnichenko
Forum: NHLJul. 23, 2021 at 6:20 p.m.
Forum: Armchair-GMJul. 16, 2021 at 11:31 a.m.
Forum: Armchair-GMJul. 9, 2021 at 12:37 p.m.
Forum: NHLApr. 5, 2021 at 10:41 p.m.
Forum: GM Game 2019-20Apr. 1, 2021 at 7:09 p.m.
<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>hanson493</b></div><div>Good Morning Everyone,

First bit of news, after discussing with <a href="/users/Rodzikhockey93" target="_blank" rel="noreferrer noopener">@Rodzikhockey93</a>, he will be switching roles with his agm <a href="/users/NR1203" target="_blank" rel="noreferrer noopener">@NR1203</a> due to his current inactivity in the game. Donny has not been fired, he has not quit, he has just stepped down as gm for the time being. This also means Donny is officially an agm and can choose to be an agm for whichever team he would like... and obviously Nanda (nram1203 on twitter) has been promoted to take over the team. This will act as a trial run for Nanda to see if he has what it takes to be a gm for gm game and similar to arizona, he will have all accepted trades approved by bog until we know he will be all good on his own. He is currently working on getting the page set up, and will be taking a couple days to assess what direction he would like to take the team and what the best way to do that will be.

Donny let us know when you have time again and we will see whats available for gm positions at that time and go from there.

Everyone else make sure you follow nanda on twitter, drop him a message etc, as he will be the new buffalo gm.

Last bit of news, we are discussing the RFA/UFA extensions and what the best way to proceed is. Stay tuned for more info likely to follow this current week.</div></div>

Thank you for the cooperation and understanding,

Will Hopefully become more involved in the game again by next season. Will keep involved in the community and looking at the progression in the game. In the event a new mode has occurred such as a V5. I would like to be notified

regards