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    zinnyzxx reacted to GamePlanHockey in v2.6.3   
    Bug fixes and improvements
    League player stats all time records. Available from season selector on league page and player stats tab. Extended filters on league player stats. Now possible to view top 20, 50 or 100 and filter by position. Now allowed to deviate from roster limits during offseason (before and after regular season). Allow penalty free release of players when promoting before season end (promotion contracts excluded) Fixed bug where auto signed players could not be released without penalty Adjustments on board vetoes (less interference). Adjustment on player contract offer evaluation (including decreased impact of team reputation).
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    zinnyzxx reacted to jdonutken in Unable to play friendly games   
    yes, that's what happened to me on the other end when I tried to accept your offer ūüėē
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    zinnyzxx reacted to AlexanderRasputin in Player Hoarding Absolutely Needs to Stop   
    Don't disagree with skater limit and salary increases.
    But I think we are starting to veer off course. The intent of @zinnyzxx's original post was to highlight some examples of why teams promoting to GHL are currently f*cked when it comes to squad strength. Yes, the salaries are part of this, but there are two equally culpable elements:

    1) Smart relegating managers trading away one-way assets ahead of time, preventing them from going to FA, and 2) Hoarding players. The former can't be fixed unless we do something with transfer windows. The latter - can. 
    In the case of Fury above, the players aren't exactly GHL quality, and I have no problem with having a full AAHL-LEVEL team in the minors. Where I do completely support @zinnyzxx, is in the case of the other teams he mentioned, who have players in their minors who would walk into the top 6 of any recently promoted team. Yet, they are out of GHL rotation entirely, and the hoarding teams experience zero penalty, team confidence or otherwise, for keeping these players in AAHL - a league way below their level.
    It would be less egregious if the managers in questions actually DID something with those players, but more likely than not, they just stay in the minors for a significant portion of their careers, and maybe a few eventually make their way out. This is damaging to the in-game economy. It's one of many elements that contribute to this damage, to be sure - not the only one - but it is the simplest to fix, in my opinion. So let's give @zinnyzxx some support and have Anders set a roster limit. 
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    zinnyzxx reacted to Paul T in Player Hoarding Absolutely Needs to Stop   
    I am in agreement with this.  I think everyone who has responded so far is showing @zinnyzxx support and agrees with the issue by providing multiple solutions.  It's a topic that has been discussed for the past 3 years that I continue to discuss because I think it would greatly improve the game.  Luckily, in a recent chat with Anders, it seems like roster limits, as well as a few other things mentioned here, are on his "to-do" list.  So that's good.
    But to dive in a bit - say the roster limit is set at 30.  That is not going to solve the issue, specifically with the Hawks.  Their roster is 31players, so they can just drop the 79 overall and move on.  All the rest are still in the affiliate.  Which is why I agree with @rainsilent that salary demands also need to come up in order to fully solve this.  The higher salary players ask for, the less players teams can sign (or they can still choose to sign many players, but their top talent won't be as good, and I'm fine with that strategy aspect).  Also, players turning 21 won't sign for as cheap or if they are 85+ overall maybe they shouldn't accept 2-way deals.  The reset started off great in this regard, but something was changed around S4 (S8 in buzzer), which made it too easy to sign players.  Right now, the salary demands of 21 year olds are just ridiculously low.  Even 88 overalls are signing SHL level deals, which is crazy.
    So again, I think my solutions to the following issue are:
    1. Roster limit.  30 seems reasonable to me.
    2. Salary demands should be higher.  I don't know what the fix is here or if it can even be fixed at this point, but it would help to solve the "hoarding" issue. 
    3. Players getting frustrated or unhappy easier - and having a greater impact on performance, if they don't already.
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    zinnyzxx reacted to AlexanderRasputin in Player Hoarding Absolutely Needs to Stop   
    Roster limits is legitimately the only sane  and easy solution to this and it should be implemented ASAP. 
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    zinnyzxx got a reaction from Kyle123 in Player Hoarding Absolutely Needs to Stop   
    Promoting to the GHL is a difficult thing to do. 
    Promoting and surviving your first season at this point is extremely difficult because the free agency is garbage. It's been garbage for many seasons now. Why is the FA trash? Because managers have entire team's worth of players just rotting away in the minors with no intention of bringing them up, or trading them. So then the very very few players available in the FA are bid on wildly getting double the salary that they ask for because the demand is so high. 
    Whether the fix is creating an engine to make players refuse to sign with a manager known for player hoarding, or just putting a 6-8 player cap on the minors... Something needs done because this is embarrassing. 
    Here's the proof. Harrow, Batchawana, Oshawa, and to a lesser extent - North Shore since most of those players are from his SHL club and just recently promoted - are prime examples. Think of the value these players could add to promoting teams. It's a s*** way to manage a team and screw over other managers. 
     




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    zinnyzxx got a reaction from jdonutken in Mistakes & the Curse - The Bellmore Golden Flyers Story   
    After spending seasons 4-10 in the GHL, the Golden Flyers looked to switch things up. It was no longer considered a success to stay alive in the GHL and have quick playoff exits. After all, in those 7 seasons, they made 6 playoff appearances. 4 of those 6 they were bounced in the first round; the other 2 were 2nd round exits. 
    Looking to switch things up, the fearless and sometimes stupid manager Zac Zinn made many moves in the offseason between seasons 10 & 11. Every addition was meant for speed, as they switched offensive tactics to fit a speedy and skilled team. They drafted Erkki Kaila, a highly skilled sniper as well as bringing in Jan Kosir, a reliable 1/2c who could play sniper, playmaker, or two way game. Ugo Branson, a young talented playmaker, Elliot Page, a safe 3c, and Bradley Willman, a dangerous sniper center with great defensive side (although his addition would come closer to the trade deadline) 
    Not only would the team change their offensive tactic, they changed also their defence style to also fit a speedy game. To fit this, they brought in a few mid-range talent defensmen who could skate. 
    The manager expected a slow start to the season as it would take a while for the team to adjust, however when the team figured it out, they'd take the league by storm. Speaking in terms of offensive and defensive stats, using formulas, the Golden Flyers were ranked 6th in the Eastern Conference. 
    They nearly split their first 10 games going 4-6. This result was expected and acceptable. It was all going towards a greater good. They also went 4-6 in the next 10 games. 
    Even though the end game results were expected, the team only managed to score once in 7 of the first 20 games. The offence was gone. High profile scorer Jasmin Emond had vanished and Kaila was proving to have a slow start to his career. Starting goalie Rehor Istvan was doing what he could, but the goals weren't coming. 
    Then comes a 7 game losing streak, the team still isn't scoring. Manager reports show the team has gained strong familiarity with the new system, but the goals still aren't coming. By now, it's not just a lack of goals but too many goals being let in by the goalie tandem of Istvan and Deon Core were regularly blowing games. As it turned out, there was a locker room blowout between the two goalies as both thought they deserved the 1G position while neither played like it. One had to go. 
    Istvan was traded, posting a 7-7-1 record with a 3.42GAA and 885% with a 68 performance rating. 
    Core was relied very heavily on for a bulk of the games remaining. 
    Midway through the season, they picked up a little steam, winning 4 or more games in a row a few times. The team still wasn't performing as original expectations had lined up, but it was an improvement. 
    Even though there wasn't a strong need for another high talent goalie, the Golden Flyers found themselves in a position to grab Robin Guilmaine in a trade. Core had after all been cooling off and not playing too great. He was 37 years old after all. 
    What resulted was the biggest dumpster fire in net for the final stretch of games. They had come close to taking 9th in the East to avoid the relegation playoffs. They crawled towards 9th, making slow progress towards it. And then Guilmaine said "win? Over my dead body" 
    Guilmaine posted the following stats insuring the Golden Flyers for the first time ever would have to fight in a playoff series to stay up in the GHL: 4-8-3, 3.80GAA, 884% and a 67 performance rating. During the final stretch, Guilmaine was pulled in 4 straight matches. 
    They finished 10th and played the Rycroft Twisters in the relegation playoffs. After winning the first match 5-1, they allowed 22 goals in the next 4 games and lost in 5 games. Core played every game in the fear that Guilmaine would blow it, but in the end it was the cold hard fact that taught the manager that all goalies are bastards and stealers of dreams. 
    In conclusion, what the manager brought out of a massive failure of a season is that changing all tactics at the start of a season is impossible to do so with any success at the GHL level. Secondly, looking in depth at how a roster has weaknesses is extremely important. An in depth look at the Golden Flyers roster would show a lack of passing skill in the forwards, and a big lack of passing and pick handeling skill in the defencemen. With the exception of possible future hall of famer Vratislav Vaslik, the defensive lineup with a subtle mess with breakout passes and turnovers. And thirdly, lastly, the most important lesson learned from this garbage season is that all goalies are bastards. 
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    zinnyzxx got a reaction from AlexanderRasputin in Mistakes & the Curse - The Bellmore Golden Flyers Story   
    After spending seasons 4-10 in the GHL, the Golden Flyers looked to switch things up. It was no longer considered a success to stay alive in the GHL and have quick playoff exits. After all, in those 7 seasons, they made 6 playoff appearances. 4 of those 6 they were bounced in the first round; the other 2 were 2nd round exits. 
    Looking to switch things up, the fearless and sometimes stupid manager Zac Zinn made many moves in the offseason between seasons 10 & 11. Every addition was meant for speed, as they switched offensive tactics to fit a speedy and skilled team. They drafted Erkki Kaila, a highly skilled sniper as well as bringing in Jan Kosir, a reliable 1/2c who could play sniper, playmaker, or two way game. Ugo Branson, a young talented playmaker, Elliot Page, a safe 3c, and Bradley Willman, a dangerous sniper center with great defensive side (although his addition would come closer to the trade deadline) 
    Not only would the team change their offensive tactic, they changed also their defence style to also fit a speedy game. To fit this, they brought in a few mid-range talent defensmen who could skate. 
    The manager expected a slow start to the season as it would take a while for the team to adjust, however when the team figured it out, they'd take the league by storm. Speaking in terms of offensive and defensive stats, using formulas, the Golden Flyers were ranked 6th in the Eastern Conference. 
    They nearly split their first 10 games going 4-6. This result was expected and acceptable. It was all going towards a greater good. They also went 4-6 in the next 10 games. 
    Even though the end game results were expected, the team only managed to score once in 7 of the first 20 games. The offence was gone. High profile scorer Jasmin Emond had vanished and Kaila was proving to have a slow start to his career. Starting goalie Rehor Istvan was doing what he could, but the goals weren't coming. 
    Then comes a 7 game losing streak, the team still isn't scoring. Manager reports show the team has gained strong familiarity with the new system, but the goals still aren't coming. By now, it's not just a lack of goals but too many goals being let in by the goalie tandem of Istvan and Deon Core were regularly blowing games. As it turned out, there was a locker room blowout between the two goalies as both thought they deserved the 1G position while neither played like it. One had to go. 
    Istvan was traded, posting a 7-7-1 record with a 3.42GAA and 885% with a 68 performance rating. 
    Core was relied very heavily on for a bulk of the games remaining. 
    Midway through the season, they picked up a little steam, winning 4 or more games in a row a few times. The team still wasn't performing as original expectations had lined up, but it was an improvement. 
    Even though there wasn't a strong need for another high talent goalie, the Golden Flyers found themselves in a position to grab Robin Guilmaine in a trade. Core had after all been cooling off and not playing too great. He was 37 years old after all. 
    What resulted was the biggest dumpster fire in net for the final stretch of games. They had come close to taking 9th in the East to avoid the relegation playoffs. They crawled towards 9th, making slow progress towards it. And then Guilmaine said "win? Over my dead body" 
    Guilmaine posted the following stats insuring the Golden Flyers for the first time ever would have to fight in a playoff series to stay up in the GHL: 4-8-3, 3.80GAA, 884% and a 67 performance rating. During the final stretch, Guilmaine was pulled in 4 straight matches. 
    They finished 10th and played the Rycroft Twisters in the relegation playoffs. After winning the first match 5-1, they allowed 22 goals in the next 4 games and lost in 5 games. Core played every game in the fear that Guilmaine would blow it, but in the end it was the cold hard fact that taught the manager that all goalies are bastards and stealers of dreams. 
    In conclusion, what the manager brought out of a massive failure of a season is that changing all tactics at the start of a season is impossible to do so with any success at the GHL level. Secondly, looking in depth at how a roster has weaknesses is extremely important. An in depth look at the Golden Flyers roster would show a lack of passing skill in the forwards, and a big lack of passing and pick handeling skill in the defencemen. With the exception of possible future hall of famer Vratislav Vaslik, the defensive lineup with a subtle mess with breakout passes and turnovers. And thirdly, lastly, the most important lesson learned from this garbage season is that all goalies are bastards. 
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    zinnyzxx got a reaction from Chris in Mistakes & the Curse - The Bellmore Golden Flyers Story   
    After spending seasons 4-10 in the GHL, the Golden Flyers looked to switch things up. It was no longer considered a success to stay alive in the GHL and have quick playoff exits. After all, in those 7 seasons, they made 6 playoff appearances. 4 of those 6 they were bounced in the first round; the other 2 were 2nd round exits. 
    Looking to switch things up, the fearless and sometimes stupid manager Zac Zinn made many moves in the offseason between seasons 10 & 11. Every addition was meant for speed, as they switched offensive tactics to fit a speedy and skilled team. They drafted Erkki Kaila, a highly skilled sniper as well as bringing in Jan Kosir, a reliable 1/2c who could play sniper, playmaker, or two way game. Ugo Branson, a young talented playmaker, Elliot Page, a safe 3c, and Bradley Willman, a dangerous sniper center with great defensive side (although his addition would come closer to the trade deadline) 
    Not only would the team change their offensive tactic, they changed also their defence style to also fit a speedy game. To fit this, they brought in a few mid-range talent defensmen who could skate. 
    The manager expected a slow start to the season as it would take a while for the team to adjust, however when the team figured it out, they'd take the league by storm. Speaking in terms of offensive and defensive stats, using formulas, the Golden Flyers were ranked 6th in the Eastern Conference. 
    They nearly split their first 10 games going 4-6. This result was expected and acceptable. It was all going towards a greater good. They also went 4-6 in the next 10 games. 
    Even though the end game results were expected, the team only managed to score once in 7 of the first 20 games. The offence was gone. High profile scorer Jasmin Emond had vanished and Kaila was proving to have a slow start to his career. Starting goalie Rehor Istvan was doing what he could, but the goals weren't coming. 
    Then comes a 7 game losing streak, the team still isn't scoring. Manager reports show the team has gained strong familiarity with the new system, but the goals still aren't coming. By now, it's not just a lack of goals but too many goals being let in by the goalie tandem of Istvan and Deon Core were regularly blowing games. As it turned out, there was a locker room blowout between the two goalies as both thought they deserved the 1G position while neither played like it. One had to go. 
    Istvan was traded, posting a 7-7-1 record with a 3.42GAA and 885% with a 68 performance rating. 
    Core was relied very heavily on for a bulk of the games remaining. 
    Midway through the season, they picked up a little steam, winning 4 or more games in a row a few times. The team still wasn't performing as original expectations had lined up, but it was an improvement. 
    Even though there wasn't a strong need for another high talent goalie, the Golden Flyers found themselves in a position to grab Robin Guilmaine in a trade. Core had after all been cooling off and not playing too great. He was 37 years old after all. 
    What resulted was the biggest dumpster fire in net for the final stretch of games. They had come close to taking 9th in the East to avoid the relegation playoffs. They crawled towards 9th, making slow progress towards it. And then Guilmaine said "win? Over my dead body" 
    Guilmaine posted the following stats insuring the Golden Flyers for the first time ever would have to fight in a playoff series to stay up in the GHL: 4-8-3, 3.80GAA, 884% and a 67 performance rating. During the final stretch, Guilmaine was pulled in 4 straight matches. 
    They finished 10th and played the Rycroft Twisters in the relegation playoffs. After winning the first match 5-1, they allowed 22 goals in the next 4 games and lost in 5 games. Core played every game in the fear that Guilmaine would blow it, but in the end it was the cold hard fact that taught the manager that all goalies are bastards and stealers of dreams. 
    In conclusion, what the manager brought out of a massive failure of a season is that changing all tactics at the start of a season is impossible to do so with any success at the GHL level. Secondly, looking in depth at how a roster has weaknesses is extremely important. An in depth look at the Golden Flyers roster would show a lack of passing skill in the forwards, and a big lack of passing and pick handeling skill in the defencemen. With the exception of possible future hall of famer Vratislav Vaslik, the defensive lineup with a subtle mess with breakout passes and turnovers. And thirdly, lastly, the most important lesson learned from this garbage season is that all goalies are bastards. 
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    zinnyzxx reacted to AlexanderRasputin in BUZZER SEASON 11 GHL AWARDS   
    Congratulations to everyone on an epic Season 11! 
    Here come the season awards!
     
    NOTE: I am making a judgement call on a couple of the awards and attempted to be transparent as to formulas - but feel free to discuss.
    _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 
    GOLDEN CUP CHAMPION: WARMAN FIGHTERS (Wick Schozen)
    Conn Smythe Trophy (Playoff MVP):

    Ulric Kristensen (Warman Fighters) - 14GP / 5G / 8A / +7
     
    GHL East Champion: VERMILION BLACK DEVILS (Alexander Rasputin)
    GHL West Champion: WARMAN FIGHTERS (Wick Schozen)
     
    Manager of the Year: Alexander Rasputin (Black Devils) - Hate to do this, but my team did tie the all-time points record in GHL, and set the GF record
    ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

     
    ART ROSS TROPHY (Most League Points)
    MATEI MITCHEL (Black Devils) - 95 points     *tied record (Kyrylo Voloshyn)
    Ulrik Kristensen (Fighters)
    Aaron Mallard (Fighters)
     
    OVECHKIN TROPHY (Top Goalscorer)
    Ulrik Kristensen (Fighters) - 47 goals        
    Yego Siyankov (Black Devils)
    Jindrich Kuhnsman (Buccaneers)
     
    GRETZKY TROPHY (Best Playmaker) 
    ANTON VERESCHAGIN (Frost Giants) - 63 assists      *New league record       
    Sven Keller (Black Devils)
    Kyrylo Voloshyn (Lynx)
     
    VEZINA TROPHY (Best Goaltender)
    NIKITA MINEYEV (Black Devils)               *New league record: 57 wins
    Zikmund Bowman (Movement)
    Ahto Knuutila (Fighters)
     
    ORR TROPHY (Best Offensive Defenceman)
    SVEN KELLER (Black Devils) - 81 points            *New league defenseman record             
     
    NORRIS TROPHY (Best Defensive Defenceman)
    YURY NIZAMUTDINOV (Black Devils) / JUAN FELIPE GODARD-LAPOINTE (Sea Warriors)                       
      
    ORR - Points leader among defencemen
    NORRIS - Calculated with the following formula among D-men [+/- + BKS - GVA + TKA], PER also taken into consideration 
     
    SELKE TROPHY (Best Defensive Forward)
    CLIFFORD SPIERS (Blazers/Doom)                   
    Ulrik Kristensen (Fighters)
    Matei Mitchel (Black Devils)
     
     
    Calculated with the following formula among F: [PTS + BKS - GVA + TKA] Hits and +/- also relevant.
     
    LADY BYNG TROPHY (Most Gentlemanly Player)
    PAVEL STATNIK (Fairford Frost Giants) - 86 points / 2 PIM        *Retains trophy     
     
    Calculated with the following formula [PTS - PIM]
     
     HART TROPHY (League MVP)
     MATEI MITCHEL (Black Devils)   
     Aaron Mallard (Fighters)
     Nikita Mineyev (Black Devils)
     
    CALDER TROPHY (Best Rookie)
    AMIR ASAY (Sea Warriors) - 52 points
    Emilio Kain (Nightmares)
    Paul Deane (Razorbacks)
     
    GOOD SAMARITAN AWARD (Most Giveaways)
    ROCCO PENNELLE (River Eagles) -  48 giveaways 
     
    NEWTON AWARD (Highest Plus/Minus)
    YURY NIZAMUTDINOV (Vermilion Black Devils) + 67       *New record
     
    ANTI-NEWTON AWARD (Lowest Plus/Minus)

    NIKOLAY NIKISHIN (River Eagles) - -90
     
    ROID RAGE TROPHY
    AMIT GOIN (River Eagles)
    (Most Hits + PIM + MP)
     
    LATE-BLOOMER AWARD
    ZIKMUND BOWMAN (Mississauga Movement) - 41 years old, 45W, 2.74 GAA, 90.5 SV%          *Retained trophy
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    zinnyzxx reacted to Patch101 in UFA, limiters   
    Its been discussed over on discord a little as well, but it would be extremely useful to have a limiter
    with a preferred order when UFA bidding. 

    For example, I need 1 center, but I need to try and sign 3 or 4. 
    So rather than accidently signing 3 or 4, you'd only get the 1 you needed in the order you like the players. 

    I often find myself getting more players than needed then attempting to waive or trade with a CPU 
    that believes I'm trying to rip it off by giving it talent I don't want (hah) 
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    zinnyzxx got a reaction from AlexanderRasputin in Bellemore Golden Flyers for Sale   
    So regardless of if I win the upcoming relegation playoffs, I'm wiping the team. 
    Everyone is up for grabs except Kosir, Kaila, Vaslik, and Willman. 
    Looking for good prospects and draft picks 
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    zinnyzxx reacted to AlexanderRasputin in Join the Discord!   
    ^That. Discord communication adds a LOT to this game. Don't overlook it and join us!
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    zinnyzxx got a reaction from Paul T in Join the Discord!   
    There's plenty of managers here who totally need to join the discord server. Having that community of managers adds so much to the game so come over and join the fun. Discuss your team, other teams and anything else. 
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    zinnyzxx got a reaction from AlexanderRasputin in Join the Discord!   
    There's plenty of managers here who totally need to join the discord server. Having that community of managers adds so much to the game so come over and join the fun. Discuss your team, other teams and anything else. 
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    zinnyzxx got a reaction from Chris in Join the Discord!   
    There's plenty of managers here who totally need to join the discord server. Having that community of managers adds so much to the game so come over and join the fun. Discuss your team, other teams and anything else. 
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    zinnyzxx reacted to Csizi96 in S9 Buzzer national teams   
    Next up are the Eagles. 
    If you look at them, their core team looks like a good, stable average one, with no real stars but reliable guys all around. The D has plenty of talent with the already grown youngsters. They have even younger forwards who are not elite level, but could be good depth players in the future (didn't look at ratings..:D ). Key players will be Sandro Koch from the Black Devils who looks very good at the age of 23, the same could be said about Foresters' D-man Angelo Braun, and Razorbacks experienced  goalie Yannik Meyer. They look like a good mix in every aspects of personality traits also. (By the way, if anyone knows how to represent Belarus flag in excel, heeelp. that white-red stripe on the left is killing me, l tried, but looks lame..  )

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    zinnyzxx got a reaction from AlexanderRasputin in Season 6 Chat   
    How in the world did you get that many highly skilled young players without being in the GHL. SHL drafts haven't gotten me much, and even my 2nd round GHL picks aren't over low 80s. 
     
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    zinnyzxx got a reaction from AlexanderRasputin in Season 5 General Chat   
    Really happy with my season. About 20-30 games in, I thought I would be fighting at the top all season, but I came crashing down. 
    I still finished strong after a bad mid season, and made my first playoffs in the GHL. Was up 2-0 in the second round before losing 3 in a row. 
    Overall very happy with my season and hope I'm in the GHL for good now
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    zinnyzxx got a reaction from granpubah in [SOLVED] Inbox message can't be deleted (MERGED TOPICS)   
    It's a small issue, but I have a message from season 1 that can't be deleted.
    Bellemore golden flyers SHL Buzzer.
    Thanks
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    zinnyzxx got a reaction from Peekaboo in My thoughts on endurance   
    Endurance is a problem with goalies. There's no reason I can only play my starting goalie for 1 game at a time before he's tired.
    This shouldn't be a problem in the upper levels
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    zinnyzxx got a reaction from Mattti0 in IHL Season 1 awards   
    This would be cool if it were in the game. Also Prince of glawing trophy lololol
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    zinnyzxx reacted to Peekaboo in Season 1 General Chat   
    Gratz!
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    zinnyzxx reacted to rainsilent in Buzzer Members Sound Off!   
    8 games in and my team is 6-0-0-2. That said I deliberately wanted this team to be a bit more offensively focused than my normal team.
     
    Goals per game 12th 4,1 Goals against 1st 2,3 Powerplay 15th 18,8% Penalty kill 11th 84,2%  
    I think I may not understand the concept of more offensive.
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    zinnyzxx got a reaction from jdonutken in [SOLVED] Unable to assign (and waive) Players (MERGED TOPIC)   
    I'm having an error message when trying to assign players or put them on waivers.