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  1. Mikelis Fjodorovs ( @Vrienzy ) has won the 2028/29 Rocket Richard Trophy for most goals with 51 as well as the Hart Trophy for the MVP. Fjodorovs was also the second runner-up for the Lester B. Pearson Trophy as well as the best Plus/Minus. Magnus Mortensen ( @canucklax ) was the runner-up for the King Clancy Trophy and the second-runner up for the Hart Trophy.
  2. Year 12 Update: Lars Ivarsson @Nail Vaclav Polak @Intoewsables Ezekiel Reinhart @Jaku Eddie TheEagle @MikeyBoy44 David Haas @Patrick Kane Charles Schwab @Baer. Rick McEachern @DoughtysCheck Magnus Mortensen @canucklax Respeccin Wimen @Stamkos Pierre-Herve Laprise @Blue Jay 22 Peter Badoucek @DollarAndADream Markus Paulsson @Time Lord Chase Baumann @AntonRodin Patrik Svensson @Dion Phaneuf Meme Johnson @kj29 Harry Strickrott @inane Handling-This Maturely @Spoderman Mikelis Fjodorovs @Vrienzy Tanner Lapierre @Alain Vigneault S:t Cyr Backman @Go Faulk Yourself Yanick McCutcheon @Tylez Marko Hadwig @Mr.Miyagi
  3. What a decision this was...
  4. Markus Paulsson has been traded from the Winnipeg Jets to the Anaheim Ducks in exchange for Craig Robinson (2025 2nd Round Pick), and 2029 1st, 3rd and 4th Round Picks.
  5. You got 18:06 per game last year. In comparison, Badoucek got 17:21. You're basically the best LW in the whole NHL attributes wise right now. Forgot to save last night, so a different list of teams are interested this time around (some are the same). Anaheim (Lost in Cup Final, actually very weak on the RW. They have 1st line rated LW and C, but they haven't produced due to lack of RW yet) Arizona (Missed playoffs, would be the 2nd line RW) Buffalo (1st Round exit, could possibly challenge A.Nylander for first line time with Fjodorovs and Eichel but would likely be 2nd line) Calgary (Lost in 1st Round, would play with one of 3 1st line rated centers (Toews/Bennett/recent 1st overall pick). Probably 1st line with Toews) Carolina (1st Round exit, would likely be a 1st liner but team is a solid all around group with no stars.) Chicago (Lost in 1st Round, have one of the best forward groups I've seen out of any team. Paulsson would challenge for top 6 time) Colorado (Missed playoffs, would be the 2nd line RW behind Mikko Rantanen) Columbus (1st Round exit, would be 2nd line RW behind Mortensen) Los Angeles (Missed playoffs, would be the 1st line RW with the 2019 1st overall pick as your C, however team very weak and no forward depth) Philadelphia (1st Round exit, would be 2nd line RW behind a 25 year old franchise winger) Toronto (Won Cup, would be 2nd/3rd RW behind Marner and a consistent 30 goal scorer) Vegas (1st Round exit, would be the 2nd line RW behind Badoucek) I'll sim once you've made your decision. They have a 25 year old franchise dman, and are set down the middle with 3 1st line centers including a 23 year old first overall pick. However, they do not have much winger depth beyond the 1st line and they probably only have 2 top 4 defenseman.
  6. The following teams are showing interest in Paulsson: Anaheim Arizona Calgary Carolina Chicago Colorado Columbus Pittsburgh Toronto If you want to know more (such as potential roles/linemates or playoff teams/not), I can provide further details tomorrow.
  7. Yea for sure.. I want to make sure you guys are going to the best possible spot.
  8. Alright then, these are the following teams that are interested in you (my apologies for what I said before, I didn't look that hard into all these teams ). Anaheim (Lost in Finals, loaded at center, likely not a good fit; Yanick would be their 3rd best C) Arizona (Missed playoffs, would likely be 2nd line center playing with average 2nd line linemates) Calgary (Lost in 1st Round, another team that is loaded at center, has Toews/Monahan/Recent 1st overall pick, not a good fit) Colorado (Missed playoffs, pretty center heavy, would probably be at least 3rd line with below average linemates) Edmonton (Lost in 2nd Round, would play behind McDavid/Mackinnon, not a good idea) Columbus (Lost in 1st round, would battle with Dion's player Svensson for 2C minutes, 1C with Mortensen taken) Toronto (Won Cup, however would have to play behind Matthews and Nylander) Yanick is at his peak which is basically a low end 1st line center or high end 2nd, and in Ottawa he'll likely be the 1st lner with some good linemates. His contract is also up this year and although he is an RFA, it may still be possible Ottawa trades him without you having to use your request.. With those trade choices I'd honeslty stay put and maybe see what happens after this season and if you're still with the Sens request to see if any new teams come up.
  9. I can see if Dallas is interested in you, however you both are Centers and I can't guarantee that you'd play on the same line.
  10. Laine has always played 1st line though, he's put up incredible numbers in this sim (510 goals, 1009 points in 885 career NHL games) If you do play on the 2nd line, Dunlop/Wise are not very good (more like bottom 6 centers) and they could hold your numbers back. Hagos is unproven as a 1C, but has the attributes to succeed in between you two Czechs. The following teams are interested in you: Washington (2nd Round Exit last season, would likely be bottom pairing on their depth chart) Boston (Missed playoffs, would likely be a #4-6 dman) Los Angeles (Missed playoffs, would easily be a top 4 dman) Islanders (3rd Round exit, would likely be a #4-6 dman) Vegas (Missed playoffs, would be a top 4 dman) Anaheim (Lost in Cup Finals, would likely be a #4-6 dman) In Pittsburgh you'd likely be a #4-6 dman (they signed one of the best dmen in the league this past free agency) Your call here, but keep in mind that our players are still young, and it is unlikely that a playoff team will remain a playoff team for the rest of his career.. Ezekiel is by far and away the best forward on Dallas, the next best forward is more like a 2nd liner. Not much depth behind him. There are tons of teams interested in trading for Yanick, would you like a team that has a better chance to win, a better chance for more icetime/more points with premier linemates or a mixture of both? This will help me narrow down the options a bit. The Sens still hold your rights, but they haven't signed you since your last contract ended. Hard to say at this point.
  11. If anyone wanted to know, this is what the Hall of Fame currently looks like at the beginning of the 2028/29 season. Cool to see all these guys retired.
  12. They were the 3rd best team in the NHL this past season, however they were also the #3 seed in the East and were swept first round by the leagues 6th best team, the Isles.
  13. Mikelis Fjodorovs ( @Vrienzy ) has won the 2027/28 Rocket Richard Trophy after a 60 goal season. Fjodorovs is also the recipient of the NHL Plus/Minus Award. Fjodorovs also was the runner-up for the Lester B. Pearson Award and the Hart Trophy, as well as the 2nd runner-up for the King Clancy Trophy. Vaclav Polak ( @Intoewsables ) has won the 2027/28 Bill Masterton Trophy. Magnus Mortensen ( @canucklax ) was named the runner up for the Bill Mastertno Trophy, and had the third highest Plus/Minus in the league.
  14. Year 11 Update: Lars Ivarsson @Nail Vaclav Polak @Intoewsables Ezekiel Reinhart @Jaku Eddie TheEagle @MikeyBoy44 David Haas @Patrick Kane Charles Schwab @Baer. Rick McEachern @DoughtysCheck Magnus Mortensen @canucklax Respeccin Wimen @Stamkos Pierre-Herve Laprise @Blue Jay 22 Peter Badoucek @DollarAndADream Markus Paulsson @Time Lord Chase Baumann @AntonRodin Patrik Svensson @Dion Phaneuf Meme Johnson @kj29 Harry Strickrott @inane Handling-This Maturely @Spoderman Mikelis Fjodorovs @Vrienzy Tanner Lapierre @Alain Vigneault S:t Cyr Backman @Go Faulk Yourself Yanick McCutcheon @Tylez Marko Hadwig @Mr.Miyagi
  15. You've been the 2nd line center the last couple years, Zibanejad plays wing.