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Toronto is basically set for the regular season.

Toronto Maple Leafs

Martin St. Louis (A) - Joe Pavelski (A) - Jarome Iginla ©

Tim Connolly (A) - Mikhail Grabovski - Justin Williams

Mike Santorelli - Cal O'Reilly - Mike Knuble

Boyd Gordon - Samuel Pahlsson - Adam Hall

Jason Garrison - Mark Giordano

Chris Pronger (A) - Mark Fistric

Dylan McIlrath - Matt Carkner

Roberto Luongo

Martin Brodeur

Top-6 is pretty unheralded other than the first line of MSL/Iginla. I'm hoping that reuniting Connolly and Grabovski will create some chemistry between them as former teammates. Bottom-6 is workhorse defensive group.

The top-4 defense pairings all have good two-way ability, while McIlrath and Carker provide grit and physical presence to the team.

We probably have the best tandem in the league with Luongo and Brodeur in net. No team has scored more than two goals against us in pre-season, and each netminder has a shutout.

Toronto Marlies aka. Team World

Nazem Kadri (A) - Tomas Hertl (A) - Valeri Nichushkin

Nikita Gusev - Vladislav Namestnikov - Sven Andrighetto

Scott Wilson - Jack Connolly - Sergei Tolchinsky

Dwight King - Dominic Toninato - Lino Martschini

Jake Gardiner © - Korbinian Holzer

Juraj Mikus - Eliot Antonietti

Mark Fraser - Ryan Parent

Ben Scrivens

Garret Sparks

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Phoenix 2013 Pre-Season Summary

Making the Jump:

Mikkel Boedker - With a standout pre-season performance, Boedker has won the job of Phoenix's second line left winger, playing with Vermette and Tarasenko to start the year.

Brandon Gormley - Brandon did not have an amazing pre-season, but that was due to inconsistent partners on defense. Hopefully his game flourishes with defensive partner Brent Sopel.

Spencer Machacek - Somehow beating out Dutch Demon Dale Weise and Sergei Samsonov (who's awaiting a pending trade) for the last spot on the fourth line. Spencer Machacek hopes to not suck.

Disappointments:

Jordan Schroeder

Alex Burmistrov

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Chicago is a little disappointed with their bottom six/bottom pairing players. If the trend continues into the regular season I may look to switch things in the bottom 6 up.

On the bright side, Chimera and Bourque have proven to be competent 2nd liners after scoring nearly a point per game.

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Sabres with a strong 5-1-2 record in the preseason

Girgensons looks like will have another good year in the AHL, maybe even a callup somewhere

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Boston Bruins

Milan Lucic - Anze Kopitar - Nathan Horton

Tyler Seguin - David Krejci - Brad Marchand

Chris Kelly - Rich Peverely - Jordan Caron

Daniel Paille - Gregory Campbell - Shawn Thornton

Zdeno Chara - Dougie Hamilton

Dennis Seidenberg - Johnny Boychuk

Joe Corvo - Steve Eminger

Tuukka Rask

Malcolm Subban

Looking to improve at RW.

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2013/2014 Pittsburgh Penguins

Chris Kunitz - Sidney Crosby [C] - Pascal Dupuis

James Neal - Joe Thornton [A] - Nikita Filitov

Brandon Dubinsky - Brandon Sutter - Tyler Kennedy

Matt Cullen - Colin Fraser - Anthony Stewart

Craig Adams

Kris Letang - Alex Goligoski

Ian White - Jeff Petry

Brooks Orpik [A] - Simon Despres

Derek Engelland

Marc-Andre Fleury

Dan Ellis

The Penguins are in tough to defend their Atlantic Division title after the Beavers, Devils, Flyers, and Rangers all made imrpovements this offseason.

After moving Evgeni Malkin this offseason the Pittsburgh Penguins would like to officially announce Joe Thornton as the new alternate captian, joining Brooks Orpik and Sidney Crosby already wearing a letter.

Also the Penguins are starting with a top line of Chris Kunitz, Sidney Crosby, and Pascal Dupuis given their preseason and strong history together. Hoping to find some chemistry among the second line of Neal, Thornton, and Filitov.

Brooks Orpik slides down to the bottom pairing with Simon Despres, as the teams shut down pairng. Veteran, Brooks Orpik, will serve as a mentor for Simon Despres.

Looks like Marc-Andre Fleury will carry the bulk of the games once again this season. "Flower" came off a strong 2012/2013 campaign posting a SAV% of .918 and a GAA of 2.03.

2013/2014 Wilks-Barrie Scranton Penguins

Ryan Strome - Stephane Da Costa - Tyler Biggs

Dustin Jeffery [A] - Teddy Blueger - Eric Tangradi

Oskar Sundqvist - Lance Bouma - Dominik Uher

Darryl Boyce [C] - Joe Vitale - Andre Petersson

Griffen Reinhart - Joe Morrow

Scott Harington - Olli Maatta

Derrick Pouliet - Brett Festerling [A]

Matthew Murray

Joey MacDonald

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I will be finishing the AHL Pre-Season tonight

I don't think I will post the results if you guys want to see your boxscores you will need to go to the website

Regular Season will start tomorrow night and I expect all teams to be salary cap compliant

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Trade Announcement

To medium.png: Brenden Dillon, Scott Gomez

To medium.png: EDM 3rd 2014

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VC, Will you start a new thread for the new season ? We are closing in on 100 pages anyways...

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Signings

The Pittsburgh Penguins have signed Ruslan Fedotenko to a 1 year, $650,000 contract

The Pittsburgh Penguins have signed Robert Bortuzzo to a 1 year, $600,000 contract

The Chicago Blackhawks have signed Chris Butler to a 1 year, $550,000 contract

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If you're not happy with your second or third line PM me!

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my lines screwed up again. this is getting annoying, Barkov and Johansen are in the NHL again

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