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K i'm actually simming at 8:15. My KUWTK episode was supposed to end at like 8:05 ish but stupid loading times.

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I'm just going to sim at 8:40.

EDM wants me to do a lineup change for him and LAK's lines don't work for some reason.

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lawl cant even sim anymore. I can prob sim at 11-midnight or a bit later at like 1

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Need Nathan MacKinnon and Alex Forsberg scouting reports please help me out

EDIT: Can someone post the link to the video of the final rankings

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Need Nathan MacKinnon and Alex Forsberg scouting reports please help me out

EDIT: Can someone post the link to the video of the final rankings

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I posted MacKinnon and Forsberg reports in the final top-10 rankings.

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Good series, EDM. Didn't think an LAK repeat was in store anyway. Unfortunate that my lines weren't working, but we still gave you a run for your money. Good luck in the SCF!

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Rematch of 2006! Looking forward to it PrettySwede. :)

Good series Krazz, 14 playoff games in the past two years seemed fitting to go to a game 7.

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VHL: LAK, EDM??

NHL: CHI, BOS, LAK

Teams in the last 4 years that have ousted the Canucks on the way to the cup.

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2013 VHL Final Rankings (#11-20)

11. Josh Morrissey

Age: 18

POB: Calgary, AB

Position: LD/RD

Team: Prince Albert Raiders

Height: 6’1”

Weight: 194 lbs

Mid-Term Ranking: #11

2012-13: 72-12-103-115, +50

An decent-sized defenceman that was an assist machine in the regular season. Has a professional attitude…has good stamina and a decent skater…has great hockey sense and reads the game magnificently. Terrific passer, but work rate needs to improve. Could possibly step into a team’s lineup immediately, but his overall ceiling of being a top-4 defenceman may be ambitious.

Projected Career Role: Mobile defenceman, #3-5 potential

Player comparisons: Cody Franson, Jamie McBain, Kris Russell

12. Juuso Ikonen

Age: 18

POB: Espoo, FIN

Position: F

Team: Espoo Blues A-Jrs (FIN-Jr)

Height: 5’8”

Weight: 171 lbs

Mid-Term Ranking: #9

2012-13: 34-22-44-66, +36

Thrives and can be counted on in pressure situaions. Is a good skater with terrific first-steps. Plays an aggressive game, checking with power, tenacity, and purpose despite his stature. Ikonen hustles for every loose puck and will make sacrifices for his team. Lack of size and strength could limit his ability in the NHL – A true top-6 or bust player.

Projected Career Role: Skilled offensive forward, top-6 potential

Player comparisons: Kris Versteeg, Patrick Thoresen

13. Matthew Murphy

Age: 17

POB: Fredericton, NB

Position: D

Team: Saint John Sea Dogs (QMJHL)

Height: 6’1”

Weight: 180 lbs

Mid-Term Ranking: #23

2012-13: 27-2-7-9, -1 (Val d’Or Foreurs)

2012-13: 26-2-11-13, +2

Big 17-year old defenceman…a classy player with a strong desire to win…fair skater with good speed…has good physical strength…is willing to do whatever it takes…has great patience with the puck…an excellent bodychecker…good puckhandling skills…Hockey sense and passing are below average.

Projected Career Role: Two-way defenceman, #4-6 potential

Player comparisons: Nicklas Grossman

14. Carter Hansen

Age: 17

POB: Craven, SK

Position: RW

Team: Saskatoon Blades (WHL)

Height: 6’2”

Weight: 180 lbs

Mid-Term Ranking: #13

2012-13: 41-10-22-32, +20 (Moose Jaw)

2012-13: 22-2-9-11

Production dropped dramatically in the latter half of the season after being deal to Saskatoon…A 17-year old big winger…a fantastic two-way talent…has a strong desire to win and jaw-dropping speed…has scary physical strength and loves to agitate opponents…is capable of pulling highlight reel moves occasionally…Could wear the ‘A’ or ‘C’ in the future…Shot needs a lot of work to be an effective offensive force in the NHL.

Projected Career Role: Two-way forward, top-9 potential

Player comparisons: Jannik Hansen

15. Simon Boudreau

Age: 17

POB: Chicoutimi, QC

Position: D

Team: Rimouski Oceanic

Height: 6’2”

Weight: 194 lbs

Mid-Term Ranking: #16

2012-13: 70-19-36-55, +29

Two-way defenceman with jaw-dropping speed and very good physical strength. Opponents will know when he’s checking them…is good at finding open ice…has good puck control, passing, and shot. Complete team player that will do anything to win.

Projected Career Role: Skilled defenceman, #3-6

Player comparisons: Kevin Bieksa

16. Steve Santini

Age: 18

POB: Brewster, NY

Position: D

Team: US NTDP

Height: 6’4”

Weight: 211 lbs

Mid-Term Ranking: #12

2012-13: 57-10-62-72, +21

Plays a steady 2-way game…A very determined player that gives his all every shift…Above average skater…Plays a highly aggressive and physical game…A very good team player…Is a good passer and a variety of shots. Hockey sense is below average.

Projected Career Role: Skilled defenceman, #2-4 potential

Player comparisons: Dion Phaneuf, Rotislav Klesla

17. Bo Horvat

Age: 17

POB: London, ON

Position: C

Team: Niagara IceDogs

Height: 5’10”

Weight: 196 lbs

Mid-Term Ranking: #15

2012-13: 68-26-67-93, +47

Small but talented centre…Very talented skater with speed to spare…Shows impressive physical strength despite size…Conditioning is through the roof…Top class playmaker and one of the league leaders in faceoffs…Decent checker…Has a tremendous slapshot…Too easy to knock off the puck…

Projected Career Role: Two-way forward, top-9 potential

Player comparisons: Bryan Little, Nicklas Backstrom

18. Justin Guenette

Age: 17

POB: Quebec City, QC

Position: D

Team: Rouyn-Noranda Huskies

Height: 5’11”

Weight: 174 lbs

Mid-Term Ranking: #14

2012-13: 54-7-27-34, +5

Suffered a season ending injury with a torn MCL and will be out 7 months…Has high fitness level...Is a capable skater with tremendous strength…Plays a very aggressive game and prone to bad penalties…Is confident with the puck…Has decent passing ability…Has minimum hockey sense and shots are below average.

Projected Career Role: Two-way (or shutdown) defenceman, #2-4 potential

Player comparisons: Adam Mcquaid

19. Jacob de la Rose

Age: 17

POB: Arvika, SWE

Position: C, RW

Team: Leksand J20 (SEL J20 SuperElit)

Height: 6’3”

Weight: 187 lbs

Mid-Term Ranking: #20

2012-13: 31-9-9-18, +9 (Leksands IF, Allsvenkan)

2012-13: 18-15-10-25, +7

Plays a solid offensive game and is a highly professional player as he is already playing in a men’s league. Already a tremendous leader and a tireless player who is willing to make sacrifices for the team. Could be NHL ready in a year’s time. On the ice, de la Rose has outstanding hockey sense and effectively reads the play. He has the ability to make spectacular things happen, and often makes good decisions with the puck. He has decent passing and puck control ability, and is an excellent stickhandler. Has the quickest first steps in this year’s draft class. De la Rose must work on his consistency, and if he improves his defensive game, could be an extremely effective NHL player.

Projected Career Role: Skilled forward, top-6 potential

Player comparisons: Anze Kopitar

20. Elias Lindholm

Age: 18

POB: Boden, SWE

Position: C, LW

Team: Brynas IF

Height: 6’2”

Weight: 191 lbs

Mid-Term Ranking: #19

2012-13: 18-18-15-33, +25 (Brynas J20)

2012-13: 11-2-4-6, +1

Spent a lot of time as a healthy scratch with the men’s team. Very determined two-way player who brings his A-game every night, and excels under pressure. Skating and strength are phenomenal, which helps Lindholm play a highly aggressive and physical game. He is a natural goal scorer, but is also blessed with superb vision which helps him make unreal passes. NHL-ready right out of the draft, but a season in the AHL could do wonders for his development. Could end up being one of the top players in the draft if coached/developed correctly.

Projected Career Role: Two-way forward (offensive focus), 1st line potential

Player comparisons: Tuomo Ruutu

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Glad i could take the Icehogs from out of the playoffs to Division winners.

Looks like the Other AHL team i created is just too good to beat. Too bad the current SJS GM doesn't care or he could really punish teams. 8 unknown players when there is a full AHL squad and not playing Justin Schultz <_<

Doubt i can beat them, looking like another loss in the AHL finals.

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