AlexanderRasputin

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    AlexanderRasputin reacted to rainsilent in Why do you play this game? (aka A tale of two seasons)   
    I forgot that they were both out for a week. Sorry about that. Both of the AHL goalies did struggle though outside of Werner's shutout.
     
    I think it is confidence for your backup with a follow up like that. Also give one to your coach for getting on him about that bad game and him for bouncing back. Games like that really are frustrating.
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    AlexanderRasputin reacted to rainsilent in BHL season finale S5   
    On the final day of the regular season 3 teams were all within 1 point of each other fighting for 1st place in the league. It was all going to come down to the last game for each team to decide who would finish 1st. At the start of the day the Laporte Red Raiders were holding 1st with 177 points by virtue of goals scored at 382. They had 52 regulation wins on the season at this point. Tied with them was my team, the White Mountain Winterhawks, with 177 points. My team had 312 goals and 55 regulation wins up to this point. We were both in the same conference. The third team, in the other conference, was the Red River Rockettes with 176 points. They had 343 goals scored and 55 wins so far on the season.
     
    If the Red Raiders won their last game of the season in regulation they would win 1st no matter what. In fact they just needed to tie in points to win because the first tiebreaker is goals scored. They were facing the 8th placed team in the East.
    To get 1st I had to get at least a point and nobody else tie my team in points. I was facing the 14th team in the West.
    For the Rockettes to get 1st they either needed to tie my team in points or get more points than the Red Raiders. They were facing the 8th team in the East.
     
    The Red Raiders lost in OT 5-4. This meant that my team needed to win in OT to pull ahead of them and a win in regulation would mean that I would win altogether. My team would win in OT 3-2 after losing my 1st line C a minute and a half into the game. This meant that if the Rockettes could win their game outright that they would finish 1st. Win they did as they ended the game with a 5-1 victory tying my team for points while scoring more goals on the season thereby holding the 1st tiebreaker of more goals scored. Congratulations to Jonathan D on finishing 1st on a very exciting finish to a season that came down to the very last game.
     
    A few extra notes; With that win on the last day the Rockettes held pretty much every imaginable tie breaker over me having more regulation wins and a better GF/GA differential as well. With 4 days left I was 9 points behind the Red Raiders and considered myself out as I had to win at least 3 of the last 4 just to tie whereas if the Red Raiders won even one game they would finish better than me by virtue of the first tiebreaker. The Red Raiders managed to go 0-0-1-3 in their final 4 games and 4-0-1-6 in their final 11 games of the season after beating my team 5-1 in game 68 of the season. My team went 7-1-1-2 over its final 11 after that loss. The Rockettes went 7-0-1-3 in their final 11.
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    AlexanderRasputin reacted to Deadwing in Current road map   
    I said "if" on purpose. It may or may not gather managers together. It really depends in which time zone the games happen and so forth. Personally, I missed 95% of games in Hockey Dynasty because their live games were set to align with Canada. Also, managers who don't join the chat now, most likely will not do so in the future either. It's a nice feature, but hardly the most important. It gives a time frame when chat could become busy, but it's not a guarantee.
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    AlexanderRasputin reacted to granpubah in ending contracts   
    Is there a good reason why ending contracts is no longer a searchable field??
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    AlexanderRasputin reacted to GamePlanHockey in Player profiles [DONE]   
    Updated: October 28, 2019
     
    ## Player profiles
    All players have a psychological profile that almost is of equal importance to the player's skills. The profile is divided into the following traits; Ego, Dirty, Leadership, Big games, Ambition and Greed. Each trait has different ranks that are also displayed in a color scheme (red, orange, blue, green). Depending on trait there may actually be no all good or bad values so don't be mistaken that all ranks displayed in green are equal to good.
     
    ### Ego
    This can be looked at as the general disposition that a player has. It mainly impacts teamwork and how much the team likes to play with each other. You want to have a good mix of the best but don't get too concerned about having a few of the worse ones on your roster.
     
    Ranks: Arrogant, Cocky, Responsible, Friendly, Compassionate.
     
    ### Dirty 
    This is how dirty a player plays the game. The dirtier a player is willing to play the more they push the boundaries of the rules to gain an advantage. That also mean they are more likely to take penalties, especially majors that aren't fighting majors.
     
    Ranks: Agitator, Tough, Respectful, Gentle.
     
    ### Leadership
    This is a take on how much of a leader presence the player can have in the locker room. This is mostly relevant for whom you want to make captains for your team. Players are ranked in two different leadership styles depending on their demeanour. The different leadership styles may be (or not be) appreciated by teammates.
     
    Ranks (style 1): Anonymous, Modest, Respected, Role model, True Leader
    Ranks (style 2): Egocentric, Childish, Impressive, Motivator, Commander
     
    ### Big Games
    This is a showing of how the player is likely to respond in big moments. The lower the ranking the more likely they are to make mistakes in big moments.
     
    Ranks: Nervous, Anxious, Stable, Determined, Heroic.
     
    ### Ambition
    This is a showing of how much interest the player has in the sport and how much they care about how good they are. This is mostly going to be used in conjunction with development to determine how good the player might get. This may also have an impact on how long of a career a player may have.
     
    Ranks: Lazy, Half-hearted, Enthusiastic, Purposeful, Ambitious.
     
    ### Greed
    Greed is a hidden value and influences how much the player will go for the highest bidder when negotiating contracts. It will also impact the player's career as a whole influencing when to retire and what leagues that may be of interest.
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    AlexanderRasputin reacted to GamePlanHockey in v2.1.0   
    New features
    Support for payments with Strong Customer Authentication (Already pre-released in September) Reworked and integrated help files including page guides, quick help and search Introducing - Advanced stats Help filesThe help files are now moving into to the game. To the bottom right of your screen you'll find a big help icon. This is the help menu, from here you can access page guides and all help files. The page guides are a great place to start if you're new to the game while the help files section will explain how things work in a more detailed manner. The help files section also comes with a search function to easily find what you're looking for. Most help files texts have been reworked and many new sections have been added. Even so, there may still be gaps to fill, so don't hesitate to contact us if you're missing some info. On top of this, you'll also notice small help icons in the game. These icons can be hovered for a quick tip and clicked to open the corresponding help files section for further reading. Please note that you can hide these help icons by visiting your manager page and select settings from the action menu. Advanced statsIn this release I'm really excited to introduce some advanced stats into the game. I've always been a big fan of hockey stats and it has always been a big part of this game, so it's now time to take the next step by introducing Corsi and PDO stats. These kind of stats is a great help when studying teams' and players' performance over a longer period of time. It's a great tool to predict trends and spot slumps. On team and player pages you will now find a second sub menu for these advanced stats. And this is hopefully just the beginning, we're looking to add more advanced stat types and analytics tools in the future. And if you're now missing some stats from the old views, the missing stat columns may have been moved into the advanced stats section.  Please note that even if the game engine always produced these kind of game situations we never extracted the stats until this point, that's why stats will start to be collected and displayed from your next game and forward. If you're new to these kind of stats and want to know more please note that the newly added help files are updated with a new section regarding these stats. Bug fixes and improvementsSmall adjustment of game engine. Fixed bug where list offer trade offers could not be completely emptied Fixed bug where waiver claim lottery crashed Fixed bug where salary cap info was not displayed correctly when trade offer included players on IR or waivers Fixed bug where an entry level contract could be offered to overaged players Fixed bug where a trade offer could be accepted by the initiate party Fixed bug where salary demands and salary cap could be unsync after team promoted to new level Fixed bug where trade offers was not canceled on transfer deadline Fixed bug where news item displayed wrong start day for next playoff round Fixed bug where some players was not released properly from expiring contracts Fixed bug where conference info for top teams on world page was missing Fixed minor issues with subscriptions Various layout fixes
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    AlexanderRasputin reacted to Paul T in Player ratings/skills [DONE]   
    There's a few pieces of info up there that change the way I look at players a bit.  Thanks for this.
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    AlexanderRasputin reacted to Ana (Natives) in A few suggestions   
    For number 2)
     
    I think its right when those who are more willing to scout get the price for it BUT it really could have more tools. Maybe opinion to search players by certain skill rating range? Like on fa market.
     
     
    For number 4)
     
    Should be there and could also add 5vs3 lines and 3vs5 lines?
     
     
    Few suggestions more without big explanarions:
     
    -Visual line chemistry (should reward long term lines, so you get reward for keeping same players and lines even several seasons)
     
    -National teams and maybe even best managers from previous seasons could go to manage them for a season and highlight being world cup
     
    -option to compare two players by ratings and profile
     
    -individual stats leaders for 18-21yo players
     
    -historical games between two teams (adding some rivarly)
     
    -historical top 20 stats on certain league and also in your team
     
    -play-by-play live feed. Dont know if its essy to code but would make evening even more thrilling
     
    -maybe U21 national teans too
     
    -option to keep opponents specific player under extra focus
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    AlexanderRasputin reacted to Paul T in A few suggestions   
    Because I'm in a post-y mood today.  This is mostly a copy and paste from a thread I started over a year ago, with a few items removed, but still think all of these suggestions would be great for the game.
     
    (1) PLAYER STATS
     
    I would LOVE the ability to export player/league stats into excel.  At the very least, have the league stats page show more than the Top 20.  Maybe top 100-200.  Additionally, I think it would be cool to have some type of stats archive for each league by season - and team by season.  I guess I'm just hoping for some better/expanded options for current season and historical stats without having to dig into them by team and/or player.  For example, if someone wanted to see stats for their league from two seasons ago... or their own team's stats from two seasons ago, etc.
     
    (2) DRAFT PREP
     
    I feel that drafting should be a big part of this game.  There are quite a few reasons why managers trade away their draft picks and I think one of the main reasons is not wanting to spend the time preparing for the draft.  I know a few guys on here that do their research and it takes them many hours (15-20 hour range).  Of course you don't have to put THAT much effort into it, but every team gets 2 draft picks and with leagues expanding to 28 teams, there's a lot of data to review.  There has to be an easier way than looking up each player one by one, especially with everything to consider (Current Overall, Improvement, Individual attribute ratings, Stats, Traits, Injury history, Height/Weight).  That's a lot of info to sort through.  I think managers should be encouraged to put some time into the draft, but it should be more efficient.  Not even sure what I'm asking here.  Maybe a way to export some of this info into excel, even if it's just the base info like Overall Rating, Height/Weight, Hand...? 
     
    (3) TACTICS BY LINE
     
    This one might need a separate thread/vote.
    Initially discussed here:  http://forums.gmgames.org/topic/8862-adding-more-tactics/
     
    My suggestion was that team should be allowed to play different tactics per line.  So for example, a smaller faster line for transition rushes... a bigger physical line who can crash the net, etc.  I think it would allow managers to get more creative with their lines.  Even if teams were only allowed to become fully familiar with 2 tactics instead of all 4 to keep some sort of identity.  Maybe instead of being familiar with only 1 O/D tactic, teams can be familiar with 2.  I don't know if this is possible and I'm not looking to make this too complex, just looking to add a bit more depth to the game, if possible.
     
    (4) SHOOTOUT LINEUP & STATS
     
    This one has been discussed a few times over the past 2 years.  I would love the ability to set a lineup for shootouts.  Pick your best 5 players... and if the shootout is tied after 5 shots, have it repeat.  A lot of important games have ended in shootouts recents and you are helpless to the result as you have very little control over it.  Additionally, it would be great if there were separate stats for shootouts.
     
    Discussed here:  http://forums.gmgames.org/topic/5142-shootout-lineup/
     
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    AlexanderRasputin reacted to Tyrod Gibson in S3 GHL Power Rankings   
    its too bad i still haven't finished filling up my lineup this season lol (My Hindsight is worth $14m and 3 seasons XD)
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    AlexanderRasputin reacted to Erzac in S3 GHL Power Rankings   
    Just in time for the start of the regular season!
     
     
    Eastern Conference
     
    1. Slaughterville Red Tide (Alexander Rasputin)
    OFF: 88 DEF: 89 SG: 92 OVR: 89,0
     
    2. Sheshegwaning Dragons (Ives Pa)
    OFF: 88 DEF: 87 SG: 93 OVR: 88,0
     
    3. St.Thomas Stray Cats (Erzac Ray)
    OFF: 86 DEF: 88 SG: 96 OVR: 87,6
     
    4. Sault Ste Marie Battlin Bears (Joe Leconte)
    OFF: 87 DEF: 88 SG: 88 OVR: 87,6
     
    5. Lake Viking Bulldogs (Max Mol)
    OFF: 86 DEF: 88 SG: 94 OVR: 87,3
     
    6. Big Delta Stealheads (Paul T)
    OFF: 88 DEF: 87 SG: 88 OVR: 87,2
     
    7. Kingston Kamikaze (Antti Hänninen)
    OFF: 86 DEF: 89 SG: 85 OVR: 87,2
     
    8. Netherhill Nightmares (Tyrod Gibson)
    OFF: 85 DEF: 88 SG: 91 OVR: 86,9
     
    9. Fairbanks Union (CPU)
    OFF: 85 DEF: 87 SG: 92 OVR: 86,5
     
    10. Cedar Rapids Minutemen (Richard Armour)
    OFF: 85 DEF: 87 SG: 90 OVR: 86,2
     
    11. Mango Duhawks (Dr. Jones)
    OFF: 86 DEF: 86 SG: 90 OVR: 86,0
     
    12. Becancour Patriots (Nick Menard)
    OFF: 85 DEF: 85 SG: 87 OVR: 85,1
     
    13. Wolf Trap Claws (Fango Wolf)
    OFF: 83 DEF: 83 SG: 85 OVR: 83,2
     
    14. Summertown Six Pack (Jonathan D)
    OFF: 82 DEF: 82 SG: 87 OVR: 82,3
     
     
    Western Conference
     
    1. Kegashka Prairie Stars (Ferris Mason)
    OFF: 87 DEF: 91 SG: 94 OVR: 89,3
     
    2. Ithaca Ricochet (Marc S)
    OFF: 86 DEF: 89 SG: 93 OVR: 87,8
     
    3. Red River Red Bulls (Marko Vuoto)
    OFF: 87 DEF: 88 SG: 87 OVR: 87,8
     
    4. Scandinavia Steelers (J Jono)
    OFF: 87 DEF: 88 SG: 91 OVR: 87,7
     
    5. Vauban Tomahawks (Ben \)
    OFF: 87 DEF: 88 SG: 92 OVR: 87,7
     
    6. Eastern Outlaws (The Champ)
    OFF: 87 DEF: 88 SG: 92 OVR: 87,6
     
    7. West Chicago Hawks (Richard Feynman)
    OFF: 86 DEF: 88 SG: 94 OVR: 87,5
     
    8. Enigma Rage (Wendel Clark)
    OFF: 87 DEF: 87 SG: 88 OVR: 87,4
     
    9. Yonker Wolverines (Jiri Heikkala)
    OFF: 86 DEF: 88 SG: 87 OVR: 86,7
     
    10. Eldred Elite (Steven Bennett)
    OFF: 86 DEF: 87 SG: 87 OVR: 86,5
     
    11. Canuck Red Dragons (P K)
    OFF: 84 DEF: 86 SG: 85 OVR: 85,2
     
    12. Deadwood Vandals (Kim Vandaele)
    OFF: 84 DEF: 85 SG: 85 OVR: 84,5
     
    13. Parkville Lightning Bolts (Jan Rosa)
    OFF: 82 DEF: 85 SG: 88 OVR: 83,9
     
    14. Richibucto Masons (Dr. Wendt)
    OFF: 82 DEF: 83 SG: 89 OVR: 83,0
     
     
    Calculated on day 7 of S3, using:
     
    Team OVR = (OFF + (DEF*2) + (SG*2))/26
     
    where
    OFF: ovr sum of best 12 centers/forwards
    DEF: ovr sum of best 6 defenders
    SG: ovr of starting goalie
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    AlexanderRasputin reacted to Paul T in Fairbanks Union - manager resign - Trading   
    If it were up to me I would have computer teams locked from trading for 2-3 days following a manager resign (for many reasons that I'm too tired to list right now).  Then after 2-3 days it's open game and everyone has a fair opportunity to get in their bids.  I feel like computer trading has been a lot better recently and if people are willing to give up a bit to get something in return, then have at it.  I also feel like there should be a limit to how many players you can include in the transaction. Like 2 player max for every 1 in return.  So no more 5 for 1s.  Trading is already flawed with the promotion/relegation system, it easy to exploit.   
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    AlexanderRasputin reacted to Paul T in S2 GHL Power Rankings   
    Just sitting here wondering if there will be an update for Season 3.
     
    Calculated my own and it came to 87.1.  Ouch.  Not a great offseason for the Leopards... uh... Stealheads.
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    AlexanderRasputin reacted to Paul T in Fairbanks Union - manager resign - Trading   
    Well, I definitely agree with you guys.  But I'll say it for the 100th time, there are manager to manager trades that are much worse than trading with Computer teams (from both me and probably everyone else in this thread) - so I won't play the moral superiority game.  Hehe
     
     
     
    Paging littleb and/or Pingu.....
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    AlexanderRasputin reacted to Paul T in Fairbanks Union - manager resign - Trading   
    Not trying to be the referee of the league here, but I feel like this needed to be documented.  Eric resigned from the powerhouse Union today.  We are unsure if this was intentional or subscription related.  What was discussed in chat (among 6-7 Cage managers) was to leave the team alone for a couple of days in case he comes back or the team is taken over by another manager.
     
    Obviously there are some good players to be had and there are conflicting thoughts on trading with Computer teams.  Rather than try to ban it, it is probably best to continue to accept trading with Computer teams, but do it fairly.  A few managers had put in offers, but agreed to withdraw those offers for a day or two.
     
    Here's what I think we should do:
    1) If any trades are put through with Union on Day 2/today, those trades should be reversed by the mods.
    2) Decide when to open the floodgates - Day 3, 4, 5...
     
    Hopefully some others will chime in here over the next 12 hours so we can come to a general consensus.  I don't really have an opinion on #2, but suppose majority vote over the next 12-18 hours will prevail.
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    AlexanderRasputin reacted to Wick Schozen in [SOLVED] Trade Salary Reached Bug   
    Game World: Buzzer League: GHL Team Name: Warman Aussies Describe the bug Trying to put a trade through, both teams have more than 2 million in cap space both this season and next season after the deal is put through. But when I try to accept it I am redirected back to the transfer home page and am given the message "Not so fast! something is wrong... Salary Cap Reached. Trade offer could not be accepted."
     
    Even on the trade offer page there is no warning of the salary being over so I presume it is a bug.
     
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    AlexanderRasputin reacted to Paul T in Deferiet Leopards have relocated   
    October 4, 2019 - In a surprising move, the Deferiet Leopards, have relocated to Big Delta USA and the team has been named the Stealheads.  Despite the team's continued success over the past 11 seasons, especially at home, fan attendance was slowly decreasing.  GM Paul T states "we want a market where the fans are passionate about our team and the game - and show up every night to support our club".
     
    Once named after the 80s Metal band Def Leppard, which embodied their gritty play, and displaying a cat-like logo that emphasized team speed - the team has moved toward a more physically imposing name and logo with the words Big and displaying a rugged Viking looking fella wearing Steel on his head.  This begs one question... will the team shift from a faster style play (Transition) to a bigger, rougher style of play (Crash the Net)?  Only time will tell.  (but probably not)
     
    The team also slightly modified their black and gold colors, which represented their manager's love for the Boston Bruins and are now ditching the bright yellow for darker, duller colors.  Below is a first look at the team's new primary and secondary uniforms.
     

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    AlexanderRasputin reacted to Paul T in Cage Season 2 Individual Player Awards (GHL)   
    Come at me with a contender to win the Roid Rage Trophy and you might have yourself a deal
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    AlexanderRasputin got a reaction from Steve in Cage Season 2 Individual Player Awards (GHL)   
    To celebrate the beginning of the 2019/20 NHL season today, the second annual Cage Awards are up!

    I added some categories based on feedback from last year, split the D-men awards, and adjusted ratings for others (i.e. removing +/-). 
     
    It was once again tough to get into detail, as it is impossible to sort lists bottom up, and only top 20 players by each category are visible, but this should be accurate nevertheless. Including runner-ups as usual. 
     
    Scoring was down this season in general, so competition was tighter than last, but goalies still seem to rule the Cage world. 
     
    Have at it.


     
     
     
     
    ART ROSS TROPHY (Most League Points)
     
    SAMUEL LUMPKIN (Nightmares) - 75 points    
     
    Vendelin Jaros (Minutemen)
    Tintin Petterson (Minutemen)
     
     
     
    OVECHKIN TROPHY (Top Goalscorer)
     
    ELOUAN SCOTT (Red Tide) - 38 goals - RETAINED TITLE               
     
    Theodore De-Nobile (Leopards)
    Quinton Goff (Battlin Bears)
     
     
     
    GRETZKY TROPHY (Best Playmaker) 
     
    YAN SHARSHIN (Red Tide) - 47 assists           
     
    Joaquim Harter (Union)
    Jeremy Lawhorn (Wolverines) / Riyad Lassiseraye (Minutemen)
     
     
     
    VEZINA TROPHY (Best Goaltender)
     
    KWESI CUTTER (Prairie Stars) - RETAINED TITLE              
     
    Philipe Haywood (Union)
    Renaud Pettigrew (Hawks)
     
     
     
    ORR TROPHY (Best Offensive Defenceman)
     
    YAN SHARSHIN (Red Tide)                        
     
     
    NORRIS TROPHY (Best Defensive Defenceman)
     
    MAREK KOCH (Prairie Stars)                       
     
    ORR - Points leader among defencemen
    NORRIS - Calculated with the following formula among D: [PLUS/MINUS + BKS - GVA + TKA], PER also taken into consideration 
     
     
     
    SELKE TROPHY (Best Defensive Forward)
     
    ALEKSANDAR SCHALLER (Prairie Stars)                   
     
    Elouan Scott (Red Tide)
    Chad McGraw (Dragons) 
    Calculated with the following formula among F: [PTS + BKS - GVA + TKA]
     
     
     
    LADY BYNG TROPHY (Most Gentlemanly Player)
     
    TINTIN PETTERSON (Minutemen)               
     
    Ian Frerot (Wolverines)
    Cherif Jackson (Union)
    Calculated with the following formula [PTS - PIM]
     
     
     
    HART TROPHY (League MVP)
     
    KWESI CUTTER (Prairie Stars) - RETAINED TITLE      
     
    Samuel Lumpkin (Nightmares)
    Philipe Haywood (Union)
     
     
     
    CALDER TROPHY (Best Rookie)
     
    RADOVAN GIERTL (Steelers)
     
     
     
    GOOD SAMARITAN AWARD (Most Giveaways)
     
    ADOLFO DURHAM (Owls)   
     
     
     
    ROID RAGE TROPHY (Most Hits + PIM + MP)
     
    RICHARD YILDIRIM (Tigers)  
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    AlexanderRasputin reacted to Paul T in Cage Season 2 Individual Player Awards (GHL)   
    Love those last two.  I am determined to win the Roid Rage Trophy in Season 3.
     
    I hadn't realized De-Nobile was 2nd in goals.  It's a shame he finished the playoffs with 0 points in 4 games. 
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    AlexanderRasputin got a reaction from Paul T in Cage Season 2 Individual Player Awards (GHL)   
    To celebrate the beginning of the 2019/20 NHL season today, the second annual Cage Awards are up!

    I added some categories based on feedback from last year, split the D-men awards, and adjusted ratings for others (i.e. removing +/-). 
     
    It was once again tough to get into detail, as it is impossible to sort lists bottom up, and only top 20 players by each category are visible, but this should be accurate nevertheless. Including runner-ups as usual. 
     
    Scoring was down this season in general, so competition was tighter than last, but goalies still seem to rule the Cage world. 
     
    Have at it.


     
     
     
     
    ART ROSS TROPHY (Most League Points)
     
    SAMUEL LUMPKIN (Nightmares) - 75 points    
     
    Vendelin Jaros (Minutemen)
    Tintin Petterson (Minutemen)
     
     
     
    OVECHKIN TROPHY (Top Goalscorer)
     
    ELOUAN SCOTT (Red Tide) - 38 goals - RETAINED TITLE               
     
    Theodore De-Nobile (Leopards)
    Quinton Goff (Battlin Bears)
     
     
     
    GRETZKY TROPHY (Best Playmaker) 
     
    YAN SHARSHIN (Red Tide) - 47 assists           
     
    Joaquim Harter (Union)
    Jeremy Lawhorn (Wolverines) / Riyad Lassiseraye (Minutemen)
     
     
     
    VEZINA TROPHY (Best Goaltender)
     
    KWESI CUTTER (Prairie Stars) - RETAINED TITLE              
     
    Philipe Haywood (Union)
    Renaud Pettigrew (Hawks)
     
     
     
    ORR TROPHY (Best Offensive Defenceman)
     
    YAN SHARSHIN (Red Tide)                        
     
     
    NORRIS TROPHY (Best Defensive Defenceman)
     
    MAREK KOCH (Prairie Stars)                       
     
    ORR - Points leader among defencemen
    NORRIS - Calculated with the following formula among D: [PLUS/MINUS + BKS - GVA + TKA], PER also taken into consideration 
     
     
     
    SELKE TROPHY (Best Defensive Forward)
     
    ALEKSANDAR SCHALLER (Prairie Stars)                   
     
    Elouan Scott (Red Tide)
    Chad McGraw (Dragons) 
    Calculated with the following formula among F: [PTS + BKS - GVA + TKA]
     
     
     
    LADY BYNG TROPHY (Most Gentlemanly Player)
     
    TINTIN PETTERSON (Minutemen)               
     
    Ian Frerot (Wolverines)
    Cherif Jackson (Union)
    Calculated with the following formula [PTS - PIM]
     
     
     
    HART TROPHY (League MVP)
     
    KWESI CUTTER (Prairie Stars) - RETAINED TITLE      
     
    Samuel Lumpkin (Nightmares)
    Philipe Haywood (Union)
     
     
     
    CALDER TROPHY (Best Rookie)
     
    RADOVAN GIERTL (Steelers)
     
     
     
    GOOD SAMARITAN AWARD (Most Giveaways)
     
    ADOLFO DURHAM (Owls)   
     
     
     
    ROID RAGE TROPHY (Most Hits + PIM + MP)
     
    RICHARD YILDIRIM (Tigers)  
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    AlexanderRasputin got a reaction from StevieY in Cage Season 2 Individual Player Awards (GHL)   
    To celebrate the beginning of the 2019/20 NHL season today, the second annual Cage Awards are up!

    I added some categories based on feedback from last year, split the D-men awards, and adjusted ratings for others (i.e. removing +/-). 
     
    It was once again tough to get into detail, as it is impossible to sort lists bottom up, and only top 20 players by each category are visible, but this should be accurate nevertheless. Including runner-ups as usual. 
     
    Scoring was down this season in general, so competition was tighter than last, but goalies still seem to rule the Cage world. 
     
    Have at it.


     
     
     
     
    ART ROSS TROPHY (Most League Points)
     
    SAMUEL LUMPKIN (Nightmares) - 75 points    
     
    Vendelin Jaros (Minutemen)
    Tintin Petterson (Minutemen)
     
     
     
    OVECHKIN TROPHY (Top Goalscorer)
     
    ELOUAN SCOTT (Red Tide) - 38 goals - RETAINED TITLE               
     
    Theodore De-Nobile (Leopards)
    Quinton Goff (Battlin Bears)
     
     
     
    GRETZKY TROPHY (Best Playmaker) 
     
    YAN SHARSHIN (Red Tide) - 47 assists           
     
    Joaquim Harter (Union)
    Jeremy Lawhorn (Wolverines) / Riyad Lassiseraye (Minutemen)
     
     
     
    VEZINA TROPHY (Best Goaltender)
     
    KWESI CUTTER (Prairie Stars) - RETAINED TITLE              
     
    Philipe Haywood (Union)
    Renaud Pettigrew (Hawks)
     
     
     
    ORR TROPHY (Best Offensive Defenceman)
     
    YAN SHARSHIN (Red Tide)                        
     
     
    NORRIS TROPHY (Best Defensive Defenceman)
     
    MAREK KOCH (Prairie Stars)                       
     
    ORR - Points leader among defencemen
    NORRIS - Calculated with the following formula among D: [PLUS/MINUS + BKS - GVA + TKA], PER also taken into consideration 
     
     
     
    SELKE TROPHY (Best Defensive Forward)
     
    ALEKSANDAR SCHALLER (Prairie Stars)                   
     
    Elouan Scott (Red Tide)
    Chad McGraw (Dragons) 
    Calculated with the following formula among F: [PTS + BKS - GVA + TKA]
     
     
     
    LADY BYNG TROPHY (Most Gentlemanly Player)
     
    TINTIN PETTERSON (Minutemen)               
     
    Ian Frerot (Wolverines)
    Cherif Jackson (Union)
    Calculated with the following formula [PTS - PIM]
     
     
     
    HART TROPHY (League MVP)
     
    KWESI CUTTER (Prairie Stars) - RETAINED TITLE      
     
    Samuel Lumpkin (Nightmares)
    Philipe Haywood (Union)
     
     
     
    CALDER TROPHY (Best Rookie)
     
    RADOVAN GIERTL (Steelers)
     
     
     
    GOOD SAMARITAN AWARD (Most Giveaways)
     
    ADOLFO DURHAM (Owls)   
     
     
     
    ROID RAGE TROPHY (Most Hits + PIM + MP)
     
    RICHARD YILDIRIM (Tigers)  
  23. Like
    AlexanderRasputin got a reaction from rainsilent in Cage Season 2 Individual Player Awards (GHL)   
    To celebrate the beginning of the 2019/20 NHL season today, the second annual Cage Awards are up!

    I added some categories based on feedback from last year, split the D-men awards, and adjusted ratings for others (i.e. removing +/-). 
     
    It was once again tough to get into detail, as it is impossible to sort lists bottom up, and only top 20 players by each category are visible, but this should be accurate nevertheless. Including runner-ups as usual. 
     
    Scoring was down this season in general, so competition was tighter than last, but goalies still seem to rule the Cage world. 
     
    Have at it.


     
     
     
     
    ART ROSS TROPHY (Most League Points)
     
    SAMUEL LUMPKIN (Nightmares) - 75 points    
     
    Vendelin Jaros (Minutemen)
    Tintin Petterson (Minutemen)
     
     
     
    OVECHKIN TROPHY (Top Goalscorer)
     
    ELOUAN SCOTT (Red Tide) - 38 goals - RETAINED TITLE               
     
    Theodore De-Nobile (Leopards)
    Quinton Goff (Battlin Bears)
     
     
     
    GRETZKY TROPHY (Best Playmaker) 
     
    YAN SHARSHIN (Red Tide) - 47 assists           
     
    Joaquim Harter (Union)
    Jeremy Lawhorn (Wolverines) / Riyad Lassiseraye (Minutemen)
     
     
     
    VEZINA TROPHY (Best Goaltender)
     
    KWESI CUTTER (Prairie Stars) - RETAINED TITLE              
     
    Philipe Haywood (Union)
    Renaud Pettigrew (Hawks)
     
     
     
    ORR TROPHY (Best Offensive Defenceman)
     
    YAN SHARSHIN (Red Tide)                        
     
     
    NORRIS TROPHY (Best Defensive Defenceman)
     
    MAREK KOCH (Prairie Stars)                       
     
    ORR - Points leader among defencemen
    NORRIS - Calculated with the following formula among D: [PLUS/MINUS + BKS - GVA + TKA], PER also taken into consideration 
     
     
     
    SELKE TROPHY (Best Defensive Forward)
     
    ALEKSANDAR SCHALLER (Prairie Stars)                   
     
    Elouan Scott (Red Tide)
    Chad McGraw (Dragons) 
    Calculated with the following formula among F: [PTS + BKS - GVA + TKA]
     
     
     
    LADY BYNG TROPHY (Most Gentlemanly Player)
     
    TINTIN PETTERSON (Minutemen)               
     
    Ian Frerot (Wolverines)
    Cherif Jackson (Union)
    Calculated with the following formula [PTS - PIM]
     
     
     
    HART TROPHY (League MVP)
     
    KWESI CUTTER (Prairie Stars) - RETAINED TITLE      
     
    Samuel Lumpkin (Nightmares)
    Philipe Haywood (Union)
     
     
     
    CALDER TROPHY (Best Rookie)
     
    RADOVAN GIERTL (Steelers)
     
     
     
    GOOD SAMARITAN AWARD (Most Giveaways)
     
    ADOLFO DURHAM (Owls)   
     
     
     
    ROID RAGE TROPHY (Most Hits + PIM + MP)
     
    RICHARD YILDIRIM (Tigers)  
  24. Like
    AlexanderRasputin reacted to Tyrod Gibson in Cage Season 2 Individual Player Awards (GHL)   
    Hahaha those 2 got me, Well done Alex!
     
    Edit: Also how about the Tiger Williams Trophy instead of roid rage lol
  25. Like
    AlexanderRasputin got a reaction from Tyrod Gibson in Cage Season 2 Individual Player Awards (GHL)   
    To celebrate the beginning of the 2019/20 NHL season today, the second annual Cage Awards are up!

    I added some categories based on feedback from last year, split the D-men awards, and adjusted ratings for others (i.e. removing +/-). 
     
    It was once again tough to get into detail, as it is impossible to sort lists bottom up, and only top 20 players by each category are visible, but this should be accurate nevertheless. Including runner-ups as usual. 
     
    Scoring was down this season in general, so competition was tighter than last, but goalies still seem to rule the Cage world. 
     
    Have at it.


     
     
     
     
    ART ROSS TROPHY (Most League Points)
     
    SAMUEL LUMPKIN (Nightmares) - 75 points    
     
    Vendelin Jaros (Minutemen)
    Tintin Petterson (Minutemen)
     
     
     
    OVECHKIN TROPHY (Top Goalscorer)
     
    ELOUAN SCOTT (Red Tide) - 38 goals - RETAINED TITLE               
     
    Theodore De-Nobile (Leopards)
    Quinton Goff (Battlin Bears)
     
     
     
    GRETZKY TROPHY (Best Playmaker) 
     
    YAN SHARSHIN (Red Tide) - 47 assists           
     
    Joaquim Harter (Union)
    Jeremy Lawhorn (Wolverines) / Riyad Lassiseraye (Minutemen)
     
     
     
    VEZINA TROPHY (Best Goaltender)
     
    KWESI CUTTER (Prairie Stars) - RETAINED TITLE              
     
    Philipe Haywood (Union)
    Renaud Pettigrew (Hawks)
     
     
     
    ORR TROPHY (Best Offensive Defenceman)
     
    YAN SHARSHIN (Red Tide)                        
     
     
    NORRIS TROPHY (Best Defensive Defenceman)
     
    MAREK KOCH (Prairie Stars)                       
     
    ORR - Points leader among defencemen
    NORRIS - Calculated with the following formula among D: [PLUS/MINUS + BKS - GVA + TKA], PER also taken into consideration 
     
     
     
    SELKE TROPHY (Best Defensive Forward)
     
    ALEKSANDAR SCHALLER (Prairie Stars)                   
     
    Elouan Scott (Red Tide)
    Chad McGraw (Dragons) 
    Calculated with the following formula among F: [PTS + BKS - GVA + TKA]
     
     
     
    LADY BYNG TROPHY (Most Gentlemanly Player)
     
    TINTIN PETTERSON (Minutemen)               
     
    Ian Frerot (Wolverines)
    Cherif Jackson (Union)
    Calculated with the following formula [PTS - PIM]
     
     
     
    HART TROPHY (League MVP)
     
    KWESI CUTTER (Prairie Stars) - RETAINED TITLE      
     
    Samuel Lumpkin (Nightmares)
    Philipe Haywood (Union)
     
     
     
    CALDER TROPHY (Best Rookie)
     
    RADOVAN GIERTL (Steelers)
     
     
     
    GOOD SAMARITAN AWARD (Most Giveaways)
     
    ADOLFO DURHAM (Owls)   
     
     
     
    ROID RAGE TROPHY (Most Hits + PIM + MP)
     
    RICHARD YILDIRIM (Tigers)