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Posted March 04, 2019 - 08:45 AM

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I took both in GHL, one on Buzzer and one on Cage. First thing that comes to mind is that one is way better then the other. I guess thats fine, will be intresting to see how they will perform (probably the crappy one will be way better, thats how usually those things turn out :)

 

Anyways... here is breakdown trough the lines...

 

91-92-88

84-87-86

81-88-82

84-83-80

 

87-88

84-91

83-82

 

86

 

while the other is not so good:

 

81-86-90

84-82-83

86-86-81

84-83-81

 

90-86

89-85

84-83

 

88

 

I know that there is much more then just ratings, but still... Anyways, what are your teams like? I saw some really strong ones.

 

Sorry for spam, just bored at work :D



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Posted March 04, 2019 - 09:30 AM

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The second team is not that bad.

 

The first line on Team #1 is going to dominate, but Team #2 is more well-rounded lines one through four.



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Posted March 04, 2019 - 10:06 AM

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I'm hoping my top four D can hide the fact that my goalie situation is rough compared to other GHL teams. Not expecting glory this year but if I scrape by not being relegated I'll be happy.

 

90-89-88

86-87-82

83-83-83

80-83-81

 

90-89

87-87

83-81

 

83

82

73 Prospect



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Posted March 04, 2019 - 10:28 AM

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Before free agency:

 

90 - 88 - 87

85 - 87 - 84

83 - 85 - 81

80 - 84 - 83*  *actually a C, but my best forward would otherwise be 80

 

91 - 88

85 - 85

84 - 83

 

86

84

 

It was pretty much a bottom tier team; and many of the better players are 33+.

 

After day 1 of free agency:

 

90 - 91 - 87

85 - 88 - 84

83 - 87 - 81

84* - 85* -  83    *currently scratched players that I will unscratching depending on what happens

 

93 - 91

88 - 88

85 - 85*    *Trying to move this guy and some other similarly rated D men as I have extra

 

86

84

 

 

I had 20m cap space before waiving and scratching any players which gave me some solid room to bid on players. I also got lucky as the two best free agency I acquired are 21, however most of them are 33+. My defense is absolutely insane and I am hoping that my goalie weakness won't be noticeable. Hopefully I can make some moves for some forwards just to round out my line-up. All-in-all my fortunate free agency has switched my team from a bottom feeder to a top contender. 



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Posted March 04, 2019 - 10:36 AM

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Did you overpay alot? I take it since we all start with similar (actually same) reputation, the highest bidder wins?

 

I didn't manage to land a single free agent so far, heh



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Posted March 04, 2019 - 11:02 AM

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Yup, I had the cap room from starting with a bad team and because I knew that everybody needs or wants the same players, I wasn't afraid to offer an extra mil for the best players The younger guys I imagine will grow into their salary and the older vets should have their contracts expiring by the time I'm guessing they decline.



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Posted March 04, 2019 - 02:33 PM

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I had 20m cap space before waiving and scratching any players which gave me some solid room to bid on players. I also got lucky as the two best free agency I acquired are 21, however most of them are 33+. My defense is absolutely insane and I am hoping that my goalie weakness won't be noticeable. Hopefully I can make some moves for some forwards just to round out my line-up. All-in-all my fortunate free agency has switched my team from a bottom feeder to a top contender. 

 

Piercy was a great pick up.  I had a bid similar to yours (might have been exact) then canceled it last minute so I could bid on 2 other players.


*BISCUIT - SEASON 16 - TARNISHED SILVER BISCUIT PLATE CHAMPION*

 


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Posted March 04, 2019 - 02:40 PM

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Matt you had maybe a slightly below average team.

 

90-87-86

85-86-82

81-84-82

81*-84-80

 

91-88

84-87

85-82

 

85

83

 

*- a defenseman.

 

I have 1 forward that I sent down to make cap space for potential FA moves. 83 overall and would go on the 3rd line.

 

Somehow this wasn't the worst GHL team but was easily one of. The thing that annoyed me about this team though was the number of bad contracts I got left with relative for a bad team. Also the players that Matt got I offered about half a million less which was still more than what they were asking for. Matt also offered more years too.



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Posted March 04, 2019 - 04:51 PM

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Bermuda Nighthawks (Attack)

Forwards
89-91-90
88-89-88
86-88-88
83-85-85

Defense
95-87
89-87
88-87

Goalies
93
84

I feel stacked, but I guess we will see how the season plays out.

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Posted March 04, 2019 - 04:59 PM

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My team, Pullman T-Birds, in LIHL of Cage is at best below average. I'm looking forward to the challenge. It would help if I had a subscription so I could sign some better players but I'll be subscribing soon, I hope.

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Posted March 04, 2019 - 05:10 PM

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The team is a three-man show. The trio of Cline © - Murray (D) - Wright (G) should be something to watch.

 

87-96-85

84-85-84

81-86-84

82-85-83

 

97-87

85-84

82-86

 

96

84

 

Hoping to still find some depth in FA. As the team currently stands, any injury would hurt a lot. Can't complain with the three superstars though.



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Posted March 04, 2019 - 05:46 PM

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The team is a three-man show. The trio of Cline © - Murray (D) - Wright (G) should be something to watch.
 
87-96-85
84-85-84
81-86-84
82-85-83
 
97-87
85-84
82-86
 
96
84
 
Hoping to still find some depth in FA. As the team currently stands, any injury would hurt a lot. Can't complain with the three superstars though.

Oh man, your own of the two teams in Cage GHL I considered to have an insane start. You got 3 of the top 6 players generated and they seemed to max out with 8 Mil salaries which is insane considering 90 overall players ask for 7mil. Not to mention they are all in their prime years! Even your bottom line players are average relative to everybody elses bottom pair.

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Posted March 05, 2019 - 03:32 AM

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Oh man, your own of the two teams in Cage GHL I considered to have an insane start. You got 3 of the top 6 players generated and they seemed to max out with 8 Mil salaries which is insane considering 90 overall players ask for 7mil. Not to mention they are all in their prime years! Even your bottom line players are average relative to everybody elses bottom pair.


Yeah, my only concern is the defence, which averages out with a rather low OVR even with the 97. Without Murray the D is just weak.

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Posted March 05, 2019 - 04:17 AM

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Bermuda Nighthawks (Attack)

Forwards
89-91-90
88-89-88
86-88-88
83-85-85

Defense
95-87
89-87
88-87

Goalies
93
84

I feel stacked, but I guess we will see how the season plays out.

 

This team is crazy :)



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Posted March 05, 2019 - 11:27 AM

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Before free agency:

 

90 - 88 - 87

85 - 87 - 84

83 - 85 - 81

80 - 84 - 83*  *actually a C, but my best forward would otherwise be 80

 

91 - 88

85 - 85

84 - 83

 

86

84

 

It was pretty much a bottom tier team; and many of the better players are 33+.

 

After day 1 of free agency:

 

90 - 91 - 87

85 - 88 - 84

83 - 87 - 81

84* - 85* -  83    *currently scratched players that I will unscratching depending on what happens

 

93 - 91

88 - 88

85 - 85*    *Trying to move this guy and some other similarly rated D men as I have extra

 

86

84

 

 

I had 20m cap space before waiving and scratching any players which gave me some solid room to bid on players. I also got lucky as the two best free agency I acquired are 21, however most of them are 33+. My defense is absolutely insane and I am hoping that my goalie weakness won't be noticeable. Hopefully I can make some moves for some forwards just to round out my line-up. All-in-all my fortunate free agency has switched my team from a bottom feeder to a top contender. 

 

Wow, this team is jacked.  My team is closer to your "before" team, but a couple tweaks with FA and actually waivers, I hope!, that I never even once tried to use in GPHM 1.0!?!  I think most teams are pretty equal and I like that at this stage.  But man oh man, the goalie situation is going to be interesting for a few seasons.



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Posted March 05, 2019 - 03:43 PM

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After a number of signings and a trade my team now looks like this.

 

90-93-86

83-87-82

85-84-87

81-86-83

 

89-88

88-87

88-85

 

85

83

 

Before and after really changed the complexion of the team.



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Posted March 05, 2019 - 03:55 PM

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After a number of signings and a trade my team now looks like this.
 
90-93-86
83-87-82
85-84-87
81-86-83
 
89-88
88-87
88-85
 
85
83
 
Before and after really changed the complexion of the team.


I knew you'd be scary. I'm glad that I'm in the western conference, it's looking a bit weaker than the east. I think we are both trying to find the same type of player to finish off our teams, may the best manager win!

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Posted March 05, 2019 - 04:05 PM

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Nice defense :D

 

Also, noticed that many are gambling with goalies... including myself. I wonder how will that turn out :)



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Posted March 05, 2019 - 07:58 PM

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Elite goaltenders seem to be rare and expensive. Unless I get lucky, I'm just gonna try and draft one.

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Posted March 05, 2019 - 08:50 PM

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