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Welcome to CDCGML 2016-17!

Ever thought you could run a team better than those rich suits in the NHL front office? Well, here's your chance to prove it! The CDCGML returns for it's 6th season loaded with features that make this the most interactive, realistic fantasy GMing experience on the internet! From the entry draft to deadline day, build your team as you see fit and try to manage your way to the top of the League, and make a run at the ultimate prize, the coveted CDC Fantasy Cup!!






Pacific                                                                                Central

small.pngAnaheim - Andre Leplum                                 small.pngChicago - somethingvery     

small.pngArizona - Squeak                                            small.pngColorado  - J.R.

small.pngCalgary - Drouin                                             small.pngDallas  - Wilb 

small.pngEdmonton - Canucks Surfer                             small.pngMinnesota - wallstreetamigo      

small.pngLos Angeles - Brunners                                    small.pngNashville - Sergei Bobrovksy

           Las Vegas - Monty                                          small.pngSt. Louis - Bombastik Der Tuetone 

small.pngSan Jose - ThatMike                                        small.pngWinnipeg - canuck2xtreme

small.pngVancouver - Captain Azzy                                       







Metropolitan                                                          Atlantic

small.pngCarolina - Tony Romo                                      small.pngBoston - greensman     

small.pngColumbus - Ty Webb                                        small.pngBuffalo - lethunder 

small.pngNew Jersey - Mike Vanderhoek                           small.pngDetroit  - RobertoLuongo.

small.pngNY Islanders - theminister                                     small.pngFlorida - OurTimeToShine

small.pngNY Rangers - Primal Optimist                            small.pngMontreal - _arby_18

small.pngPhiladelphia - VACANT                                     small.pngOttawa - winterhawks

small.pngPittsburgh - ActionJax09                                  small.pngTampa Bay - Nail 

small.pngWashington - da.moose                                    small.pngToronto - oldnews       


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CDCGML Collective Bargaining Agreement


Article 1: Scoring Structure



1.1 – Scoring Table


Goal/Assist: 3 points

PP Point: +1 point

SH Point: +2 points

OT Point: +2 points

GWG: +2 points

PIM: 1 point per minute

+/- : 2 points per each + rating



Goal/Assist: 5 points

PP Point: +1 point

SH Point: +2 points

OT Point: +2 points

GWG: +2 points

PIM: 1 point per minute

+/- : 2 points per each + rating



Win: 10 points

OTL: 5 points

SO: +10 points

Goal: 99 points

Assist: 10 points

PIM = 1 point per minute


* - scoring table subject to change prior to start of season.


1.2 – Stat Tracking Site

- Stats for the 2016-17 season will be tracked on


League name: CDCGML 2016-17

Password: CDCGML





LOGIN: CDCGML 2017 Playoffs



Article 2: Regular Season/Playoff Structure



2.1 – What To Do


The name of the game is simple. Build a Stanley Cup winner. As it is a fantasy game, it will be points driven, but like real life, having the most dynamic scorers doesn't mean you'll win. Players will accumulate points throughout the season, and the top 8 teams in each Conference will make the playoffs. Divisions are shown on the map below, and the top team in each division will be seeded first through third, just like the NHL.


2.2 – What Not To Do


Obviously, somebody has to come in last. But that doesn't mean it has to be for lack of trying. Like in the real NHL, a good General Manager is always looking for ways to improve their team. Inactivity might pay off if you're ahead in the standings, or have a good reason to wait. Maybe you're hoping the team will pull out of its slump. Maybe you have key injuries. Any number of things could result in a wait and see approach, and team owners would surely understand. But be careful, if your team is slumping for long periods, and you as GM aren't doing anything to improve the teams fortunes, you may find yourself on the hot seat with the guys upstairs. Spend too long there without some sort of attempt (even failed ones) at improving your team, and the GM might end up getting fired.


Also, remember that a good GM keeps his players competitive, but content. Players that aren't happy with their role on your team (like a 50 goal scorer on the third line, a 18-20 minute defenceman on the bottom pairing, or having two starting goaltenders competing for playing time) may end up asking for a trade. If they aren't dealt within an acceptable period of time (dependent on the player and situation) they may refuse to play until they are moved. Make sure you keep your players happy. Teams will be notified of any potential issues in their Roster Review PM and have the chance to respond to player concerns there. If an issue regarding player happiness is brought up, address the issue, don't make excuses. Each team is reviewed on a regular basis and subject to the same standard as every other team.


2.3 – Executive Team





Mike Vanderhoek


Primal Optimist


2.4 – Annual Awards


Near the end of the regular season, teams may vote for one player for each of the major NHL awards by submitting their votes via secret ballot to theminister. Teams are NOT permitted to vote for their own players. The winners will be announced upon the conclusion of the regular season. Award winners will earn an extra 50 pool points for their team, and those points will count towards making the playoffs. The following awards will be handed out for 2015-16.


Hart Trophy - Awarded to the league's MVP

Vezina Trophy - Awarded to the league's most outstanding goaltender

Lady Byng Trophy - Awarded to the player who displays gentlemanly conduct combined with a high level of play.

Calder Trophy - Awarded to the league's most outstanding rookie

Norris Trophy - Awarded to the league's top defenceman

Selke Trophy - Awarded to the league's best defensive forward

GM of The Year - Awarded to the league's most outstanding GM

Art Ross Trophy - Awarded to the league's top point producer

Rocket Richard Trophy - Awarded to the league's top goal scorer

William M. Jennings Trophy - Awarded to the goaltender(s) for the team that allowed the fewest goals against during the season (minimum 25 games played)


2.5 – Playoffs


The top 3 teams from each Division will make the playoffs along with two wild card teams in each conference. The two teams with the highest point totals of the remaining teams in each Conference will earn the wild card playoff berths. The division winner with the most points in each conference will meet the 2nd wild card team, the other division leader will face the 1st wild card team. The second and third place teams in each division will play each other. Teams will accumulate points via their players, and at the end of the first round, the teams with the most points in each playoff bracket will advance to the second round, and so on, until a champion is crowned at the conclusion of the playoffs. Points are exclusive to each round and do not carry over to the next in any fashion.


In the event of a tie at the end of a series, the tie-breaking procedure is as follows:


1. Total Goals

2. Game Winning Goals

3. Overtime Goals
4. Goalie wins
5. Points per game




Article 3: Roster Limitations



3.1 – Active Roster Guidelines


Each active roster will consist of a maximum of 23 players. Teams are limited to a maximum of 14 forwards, 8 defencemen or 2 goaltenders on an active roster at any one time. An empty goaltending roster spot cannot be filled by a forward or defenceman. Teams can dress any roster at their discretion, within these guidelines, provided that teams keep their players happy as outlined in Article 2 Section 2.


Prior to the beginning of the regular season, teams must submit an opening night roster post in order for their lineup to be entered into the system to collect points. These rosters MUST be submitted before the start of the regular season to avoid penalties. If a team is late in submitting their opening night roster, they will be penalized 100 points for each day their roster is late. When the roster is submitted, the roster will be input as though it was for the start of the season and the penalty will be applied via negative 'bonus' points. GMs who put their teams in this predicament will face heavy scrutiny and possible dismissal.


Any roster move must be made in it's own post and clearly phrased. Roster moves that do not follow this format will not be processed. NOTE: Players who are suspended while on the active roster cannot be moved off the active roster for the duration of their suspension.


Teams can request a player be dressed in a different position (i.e: forward playing defence, defenceman playing forward) on an emergency basis, but this will be accepted for no more than a seven day period. In order to do this, you must post a roster move indicating your player is being placed out of position. This roster move must be in it's own post and clearly phrased.


3.2 – Salary Cap


The CDCGML salary cap for the 2016-17 season is $73.0 million dollars. During the season, no move will be processed that would put your team over or under the salary cap. In the off-season, the 10% rule is in effect. Teams cannot be over the cap by more than 10% of the cap ceiling at any point. Trades or signings that would put a team more than 10% over the cap during the off-season will not be processed by the league.


3.3 – Minor League System


This is where you can keep your prospects and depth players. These players are in your system but not on your active roster. You can have as many players in your minor system as you have budgeted money for. Some players must clear waivers to be assigned to your minor league system after the season begins as provided in Article 5 Section 3. You can name your minor league team if you like, just submit your proposed location and team name to the league for approval. As long as it's appropriate and not already taken, the league will approve it.


3.4 – Junior System


The Junior system is where you can assign players who have signed entry level contracts but are still eligible to play at the junior level (18-20 years old). Players who are eligible to be assigned to juniors must meet the age criteria (20 years old or younger) at the time of their assignment to junior. Players assigned to junior will not have their salaries count against either the cap or your clubs minors budget. Once a player is assigned to junior during the season (beginning on the first day of the regular season), they cannot be recalled until the end of the regular season. EXCEPTION: Players assigned to the juniors at the start of the season can be recalled if they have turned 21 years old and cannot be re-assigned to junior. Once recalled, their salary will begin to count against the salary cap/minors budget. Eligible players will not be assigned to Junior automatically, they must be placed there via a post in the thread.



Article 4: Contracts



4.1 – Contracts


In order to be eligible for a teams active or minor league roster, they must be signed to a contract with that club by negotiating a deal with one of our agents. A team may at no time have any greater than fifty (50) signed players in the organization. If a player has hired a specific agent, it will be displayed in a pop up note on the UFA/RFA tracker, and teams must speak to that agent for that player.


Player Agents


Mike Vanderhoek



4.2 – Entry Level Contracts


Drafted players signing their first contract will be subject to entry level contract limits. A player signing an entry level deal can only have a maximum base salary of $900,000. Teams can add bonuses and incentives in negotiations as they see fit that would raise the cap hit of the player, but the base salary cannot exceed $900,000. The total maximum salary of an entry level player including bonuses is $3.775 million per season. Players signed to entry level contracts by teams with a qualifying investment in Player Development can have their players contract slide either one or two seasons provided they meet the criteria listed in CBA Section 7.5.


4.2 - Restricted Free Agents


Players who have played fewer than 7 seasons or are younger than 27 years of age are Restricted Free Agents.


4.2.1 – Qualifying Offers


Teams looking to retain the rights of their pending Restricted Free Agents would need to submit a qualifying offer based on the following scale.

•   $500,000 - $1.5 million = 110% of previous contract

•   over $1.5 million - $3 million = 105% of previous contract

•   over $3 million = 100% of previous contract

Qualifying offers are calculated using a players base salary only, bonuses are not included in the calculation. The deadline for submitting qualifying offers is 5:00pm Pacific Time on June 27, 2015. Qualifying offers are valid contract offers and are subject to being accepted at any time prior to their expiration. This offer may or may not be accepted, but the player will go to Unrestricted Free Agency if the qualifying offer is not extended before the deadline.


Qualifying offers will expire on July 31st at 11:59pm Pacific time and at that point will no longer be eligible to be accepted by the player. Teams with players in this situation will still retain the players rights. A qualified player who is not signed by December 1st of each season will be released to Unrestricted Free Agency and will be eligible to sign with any team.


4.2.2 – Offer Sheets


Teams are permitted to extend offer sheets to the RFA players of other teams beginning July 1st. These offer sheets may or may not be signed by the player. If they are signed, the club that holds the players rights has 1 (ONE) week to match the offer sheet. If the team declines to match, they would receive compensation based on the following chart.


$1,000,000 or less - None

$1,000,001 - $2,100,000 - 3rd round pick

$2,100,001 - $3,000,000 - 2nd round pick

$3,000,001 - $4,100,000 - 1st round pick

$4,100,001 - $4,750,000 - 1st and 3rd round picks

$4,750,001 - $5,500,000 - 1st, 2nd and 3rd round pick

$5,500,001 - $6,000,000 - 1sts, 2nd and two 3rd round picks

$6,000,001 - $6,500,000 - 1st, two 2nd and two 3rd round picks

$6,500,001 and up - two 1st, two 2nd and two 3rd round picks


Teams who would present these offer sheets must have their own teams draft picks as compensation before they are able to sign the player to an offer sheet. If a team matches an offer sheet, they CANNOT trade the player for at least one season. In order to match an offer sheet, the team must have room under the salary cap to accommodate the player and their new salary. The 10% rule does not apply in this situation.



4.2.3 – Arbitration


- Players 23 or 24 years of age as of July 1st are eligible for team elected arbitration.

- Players 25 or 26 years of age as of July 1st are eligible for player elected arbitration.

- A player with arbitration rights cannot be asked by their club to file for arbitration, that decision is at the sole discretion of the player and their agent. Doing so will result in the club losing the player to unrestricted free agency.

- Electing for arbitration removes the possibility for the player to sign offer sheets.

- Teams can have a maximum of one team elected and one player elected arbitration case per season.

- The deadline to file for arbitration is noted in the Dates to Remember section of each season.

- Arbitration cases will be scheduled and held via PM during the month of August.

- Through arbitration, only a 1 year deal will be awarded.

- theminister will serve as arbitrator. In the event that theminister is the players representative, greensman will serve as arbitrator.

- The arbitrator will hear both the teams position and the players position via separate PMs, and then will have up to 7 days to make a decision.

- Both the team and the player are required to submit their proposed dollar figure in their statement.

- The arbitrator has the right to award either:


1. The players desired contract proposal,

2. The teams desired contract proposal, or

3. Any dollar figure in between the two figures provided by the team and player.


- If an arbitration award is within $1 million dollars of the teams desired contract proposal, the award is binding.

- If an arbitration award is more than $1 million higher than the teams desired contract proposal, the team has the right to walk away from the arbitration award, making the player an unrestricted free agent. Teams in this situation will NOT receive any compensation.

- All arbitration awards are final. Disrespect towards the arbitration system as a result of an unfavorable decision from either party will result in penalties levied by the league at their discretion. This can include, but is not limited to: cap space penalties, forfeiting of draft picks, loss of future arbitration rights, etc.


4.3 – Unrestricted Free Agents


Players who are 27 years old or have played in 7 NHL seasons are Unrestricted Free Agents. Unrestricted Free Agents who are without a contract are eligible to be signed to a contract by any team beginning on July 1st. No player eligible for the next seasons CDCGML Entry Draft is eligible to be signed as an unrestricted free agent. When signing a new unrestricted free agent to your club, the maximum allowable contract term is 7 years.


4.4 – No Trade/No Movement Clauses


No Trade Clauses or No Movement Clauses will be honoured by the League and agents. Any requests to have a player waive their NTC/NMC must be submitted to theminister. If a player demands a trade, the NTC or NMC will be considered waived and the player may be dealt to any team. Players with these clauses will only waive a clause ONCE per season. These clauses will not be waived often. Players who are 26 or under are not eligible for NTC or NMCs.


If a player has a provision to list teams and is requested to do so, the list will be provided and posted in the players information pop up on their team chart. Unless otherwise specified in the wording of their NTC/NMC, lists will be valid for 30 days. Players will not waive to go to a team that is not on their list, regardless of circumstance.



4.5 – Extensions


Teams are permitted to discuss a contract extension with one player who's contract expires at the end of the upcoming season beginning on July 1st of each summer. This negotiation will not count towards the 6 negotiation limit in place later in the season, provided that the negotiation begins prior to January 1st of each season. As with any negotiation, sometimes the player will not desire to sign an extension that early. Clubs can only begin these discussions with ONE player, regardless if that player ends up re-signing or not.


Beginning on February 15, 2017, teams can hold preliminary discussions with 2 players of their choice (ballpark figures only, no full negotiations take place). Then, beginning on March 5, 2017, teams are permitted to enter formal negotiations with one player and hold preliminary discussions with an additional 2 players regarding their contract desires before the end of the season. After the regular season ends, teams may hold formal negotiations with up to 6 players, but remember only a handful may sign extensions. When negotiating an extension with a player that has played with your club for the entire season (beginning on opening night of season), teams may offer up to an 8 year contract term if desired.


4.6 – Buyouts


There are two separate one week buyout periods, one from June 20th-27th and one from Sept.23rd-30th. During these buyout periods, teams can buy players out of their contracts if they so desire. Any teams buying out a contract will incur a cap hit of 33% of the players annual salary for each remaining year of the contract. Players must clear unconditional waivers before they can be bought out.


4.7 – Tampering


Tampering is a serious offense and will be dealt with strictly. Tampering occurs when a team contacts a player under contract to another team before their contract expires, or when a team tries to negotiate a contract for the same player with two separate agents. In these cases, the team will lose the ability to negotiate with the player in question, and further fines/penalties may be handed down at the leagues discretion.


Article 5: Player Movement



5.1 – Trades


You may make an unlimited amount of trades, but both GMs involved in the trade must PM theminister. Points are not transferred when a player is traded. For example, if Alex Ovechkin has 38 points for Team A and then is traded to Team B, his point totals remain on Team A. Ovechkin would start on Team B with 0 points. Trades are not official until posted by the League in the thread, and may take up to 48 hours to confirm. All trades are backdated to the day they were submitted to the league and agreed upon by both GMs, so teams will not miss out on any points. Players who are traded must remain at the same league level as they were on their original team at the time of the trade (Active roster to active roster, minors to minors, etc. ) unless they are eligible to be assigned otherwise. Waivers rules apply to players who are subject to waivers before being sent down if teams want to place a player from his original teams active roster in the minors.


If you are trading draft picks, the picks must be tracked and properly labeled. Failing to do so will result in the trade being rejected by the League.


A properly labeled draft pick: TEAM 2011 1st Round Draft Pick


An improperly labeled draft pick: Anything else.


The trade deadline for the 2016-17 season has not yet been announced.


5.2 – Trading Cap Dollars


Teams can retain up to $3 million dollars or 50% AAV, whichever is lower, of a players salary as part of a trade. Teams are permitted to retain cap dollars for a maximum of 2 seasons (including the current season) of any contract.


- Teams cannot retain more than 15% of the salary cap ceiling total in any given season.

- Teams cannot retain salary on more than 3 players in any given season.

- Teams can have a maximum of 3 players on the roster with reduced contracts.

- The combined amount of salary retained by other teams for players on a teams roster cannot exceed $10.95 million (15% x $73.0 million) at any time.

- No player can have his cap hit reduced under $750,000 per season via this method.

- No trade may have a combined retention above $5 million for a single team.



5.3 – Injured Reserve


General- Any team with a player on the NHL injury reserve may put that player on injured reserve starting Oct 12th. Players on injured reserve will not count against your cap but will not earn points. While your player is listed on injured reserve, you may replace him on your active roster with another player. To place a player on injured reserve you must send your request to Primal Optimist who will confirm the addition. Approval of your player to injured reserve depends on the players official injury status as well as your clubs budget set out for the medical and training section. When you want to activate your player from injured reserve, you must create an available roster spot for that player first.


Season Opening Day- On opening day, before LTIR is considered, each team must be cap compliant. That is, the sum of all contracts may not exceed the sum of the league Salary Cap plus the Minor League Budget. From that day forward players on LTIR do not count towards the Cap.


Offseason IR- A GM may apply to place a player on IR during the off-season, however, such IR placements must be subject to Opening Day requirements.


Career Ending Injury Relief-  A GM may apply via a PM to Primal Optimist to have the contract of a player suffering a Career Ending Injury simply voided and removed from your team sheet. Applications will be considered on a case by case basis.


Websites Considered Reliable Evidence- Including but not limited to,




5.4 – Waivers


Any player that has exceeded the Waivers Exemption threshold is required to pass through waivers in order to be assigned to the minors after the start of the season.

Waivers Exemption Thresholds

23 years old or younger - 150 NHL game threshold (100 games for goaltenders)

24 years old or younger - 100 NHL game threshold (75 games for goaltenders)

26 years old or younger - 50 NHL game threshold (25 games for goaltenders)

To place a player on waivers, you simply post in the thread that you are placing that player on waivers. The waivers placement must be in it's own post and clearly phrased. Waivers assignments that do not follow this format will not be processed and the player will not be on waivers. Players will remain on waivers for 24 hours.


- In order to claim a player, send a PM to Primal Optimist indicating your desire to claim the player. The claim must be made within the 24 hour window. After the 24 hour period expires, Primal Optimist will post whether the player has cleared waivers, or if they have been claimed.


- A player that is on waivers will remain in their roster position until either:

•   The player has cleared waivers and been assigned elsewhere.

•   The player has been claimed by another team. (Once a player has been claimed, their roster spot will become available for call-ups/replacements etc.)

- Players that are claimed by more than one team will be awarded to the team that is ranked lowest in the overall league standings at that time.


- Unclaimed players can either be placed into your clubs minor league system or back onto the active roster. Your team must designate where your player is to go either at the time of being placed on waivers, or shortly after the 24 hour waiver period has expired. If a player clears waivers, they will not be subject to waivers for the 14 day period after they cleared.


- Players claimed on waivers cannot be assigned to their new clubs minor league affiliate without clearing waivers again.


- When a player is claimed, both the team that waived the player and the team receiving the player incur a waivers fee of $50,000 chargeable against the salary cap.


5.4.1 – Unconditional Waivers


A player on unconditional waivers will be available to be claimed following the same basic waiver rules for a 48 hour period. The waivers placement must be in it's own post, clearly phrased and must specifically indicate that the player is being placed on unconditional waivers. Players that clear unconditional waivers are then eligible to have their contract bought out. If a player on unconditional waivers is claimed, the waiving team will incur the waivers fee for both teams (totaling $100,000), while the team claiming the player will not incur any fees. Teams claiming a player on unconditional waivers are permitted to place the player in their minors system, but only provided the team already has a full 23 man active roster.


5.5 – Rumour Mill


If you have any rumours regarding trades etc. about your team, you can post about it in the Rumour Mill by sending a PM to (position available) and indicating who you have available, and possibly what sort of player you hope to get back in return. The information will then be posted in the Rumour Mill post for other GMs to view.


Article 6: Entry Draft



6.1 – Entry Draft Guidelines


The draft will take place on (TBD), beginning at 4:00pm Pacific time.


Teams will have one draft pick for each of the first three rounds. At the conclusion of the playoffs, we will conduct a draft lottery that mirrors that of the NHL, and the rest of the draft order will be determined by regular season standings. Our League will select from the same pool of draft eligible players that the NHL clubs will select from. Players can then be signed (or released) and placed into a teams minor league system. Unsigned prospects will return to the entry draft after 2 years if they remain unsigned. Players from previous draft years who went undrafted in the CDCGML are eligible to be selected provided they are under 21 years of age.


6.2 – Draft Lottery Guidelines


The draft lottery will occur as the NHLs draft lottery in April 2017.


The 14 teams that miss the playoffs will be eligible to enter the draft lottery. Teams eligible for the draft lottery will be entered into the lottery in a mirror position to the NHL team that finished in the corresponding ranking (e.g. - the team that finishes 30th overall in the CDCGML will be linked to the team that finished 30th overall in the NHL for the draft lottery. The team that wins the draft lottery will have the right to select 1st overall. If a team has traded their draft pick, the team that holds the draft pick will be entered into the draft lottery in the corresponding position as the original team.



Article 7: Front Office



7.1 – Front Office Budgets


Every team is able to set their clubs front office spending. Each team has $45 million dollars to spread around over four different areas, and each department comes with benefits at certain investment thresholds. These budgets can only be set once per season, after the playoffs have ended but before July 1st. The benefits are outlined in the sections below.


7.2 – Medical/Training Facilities

The amount of money invested here dictates which injured players can be placed on injured reserve based on the following scale.


- @ $0 million, 'on injured reserve' can be placed on IR.

- @ $12 million, 'out indefinitely' can be placed on IR.

- @ $15 million, 'expected to miss...' can be placed on IR.

- @ $18 million, 'day to day' can be placed on IR.


7.3 – Player Relations

The amount of money invested here represents locker room and facility upgrades for training, air travel and accommodations, increased PR staff and charity affiliations. These effect a players likelihood in signing or re-signing with your club, how favorably undrafted/college free agents view your club and is a consideration when asking a player to waive a NTC/NMC to join your club. There are no set thresholds in place as each situation is different and it is a sliding scale. The higher the investment, the more favorably players will view your club.


7.4 – Minors Budget

The amount of money invested here is the salary cap for the teams minor club. A team cannot be over this limit at any time during the season.


7.5 – Player Development

The amount of money invested here determines if a club is eligible to utilize the entry level slide rule, and if so, for how many years. Under the ELC slide provision, a player on an entry level contract can have their contract slide to the following year provided:

- the team had the appropriate investment in their Player Development budget at the time the player signed their contract; and

- the player signed their ELC contract prior to their 21st birthday; and

- the player participated in fewer than 10 NHL games during the course of the first season of their contract.


Entry Level Slide Investment Thresholds

- @ $0 million, not eligible for entry level contract slide.

- @ $5 million, eligible for 1 year entry level contract slide.

- @ $8 million, eligible for 2 years entry level contract slide.


NOTE: Players on ELC slide eligible contracts who are traded will not have their ELC slide status transferred to the acquiring team unless the acquiring team also has the appropriate investment in their Player Development Budget to support the ELC slide system.


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Dates To Remember


Deadline to qualify/sign pending RFAs - June 27, 2016 @ 11:59pm Pacific Time

Deadline to sign pending UFAs - June 27, 2016 @ 11:59pm Pacific Time

Initial Offer Phase of Free Agency - July 1, 2016

Free Agency Negotiations Open - July 5, 2016

Qualifying Offers Expire - July 31, 2016 @ 11:59pm Pacific Time

Regular Buyout window - September 23-30, 2016

Waivers Mandatory - October 12, 2016 @ 12:00pm Pacific Time

Start of Regular Season - October 12, 2016 @ 3:00pm Pacific Time

Holiday Roster Freeze - Dec. 23rd 12:01am - Dec. 27th 8:00am

Deadline to Sign Unrestricted Free Agents - December 31, 2016 @ 11:59pm Pacific Time

Start of Initial Contract Extension Discussions - TBD

Trade Deadline - Mar 2nd, 2017 9:00pm PST

Initial Contract Extension Discussion Window Expands - TBD

Full Contract Extension Negotiations Open - End of regular season

End of Regular Season -

CDCGML Draft Lottery - April 29th, 2017 at 5pm PST.

Deadline to sign 2015 draft selections - June 16, 2017 11:00pm Pacific Time

2017 CDCGML Entry Draft - June 17th, 2017 at 4pm PST.

Summer Buy-out Window - June 17th - June 24th @ 11:59pm Pacific Time (must be waived prior to June 23rd at 11:59pm

Deadline to file for Arbitration - June 25, 2017 @ 11:59pm Pacific Time

Deadline to qualify/sign pending RFAs - June 27, 2017 @ 11:59pm Pacific Time

Deadline to sign pending UFAs - June 27, 2017 @ 11:59pm Pacific Time

Initial Offer Phase of Free Agency - July 1, 2017

Free Agency Negotiations Open - July 5, 2017

Qualifying Offers Expire - July 31, 2017 @ 11:59pm Pacific Time

Regular Buyout window - September 23-30, 2017

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How do I join this game?

Send a PM to theminister explaining why you want to join and why you feel you would be a good addition to the game. There is a steep learning curve if you are not familiar with the style of the game, so make sure you read our Collective Bargaining Agreement so you are sure you are willing to commit to the game.


Applicants should expect to provide answers for the following questions, at minimum:

 1. Assess your our teams value, and the general direction you'd take. 

 2. Who do you build on? Who do you trade? 

 3. Make a hypothetical trade up, between your team and any other in the league. 


What happens if my team is not over the cap floor or is over the cap ceiling when the season starts?

Teams that have not submitted a cap compliant roster (both active and minors) are not entered into the database to collect points. Any longer than 3 days, and a change in management is likely. During the off-season you can go over the cap by 10% maximum, but need to be compliant when the season begins.


What happens if I make a trade or sign a player and it puts me over the cap?

Any trade or signing that would put either team over or under the salary cap guidelines set forth above will be rejected by the league and will not be processed. To avoid headaches, simply make sure your trades and signings leave you cap compliant.


What if I get banned from CDC? Can I keep GMing my team via email and instant messenger?

No. This game is based on CDC and therefore getting yourself banned from CDC effectively removes you from the game. We have tried this in the past and it's not a tenable situation.


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2017 CDCGML Entry Draft

The draft will begin on TBA at 4:00pm Pacific time.


The guidelines are as follows:


- For the first round, teams will have 5 minutes to make their selection. In the 2nd and 3rd rounds, teams will have 3 minutes to make their selection.

- Please do not post your draft pick until you are called by the commissioner. The time to make your selection begins when your turn is called.

- Trading is permitted during the draft.

- Teams not present during the draft will not be awarded the "best player available". You must be present to make your draft selection, and if you cannot be present, please submit a draft list to theminister. If everyone on your list is already gone, you will be passed over.

- Missed draft picks can be made up at the end of the round during the 10 minute intermission between rounds, or after the draft.


Players eligible to be drafted must be 20 years old or younger and not drafted by anyone in our league in previous seasons. Players that weren't drafted in our league in past drafts are eligible to be selected, as are players that were selected but were not signed to entry level deals within the two year period, provided they are 20 years old or younger on draft day.


Round 1



Round 2



Round 3






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CDCGML Las Vegas Expansion


The CDCGML will be adding an expansion team this off-season for the 2017-18 season, the Las Vegas Golden Knights, just as the NHL will be.

The League Executive has discussed the options surrounding the way we will accomplish this and have laid out our plan to execute it, and will be listening for feedback if there are any significant issues that we may have missed.


League Alignment: The LVGK will play in the Pacific Division. To balance the Conferences and division, the Columbus Blue Jackets will be shifting to the Metropolitan Division in the Eastern Conference.


Draft Eligibility: The CDCGML will be following the guidelines that the NHL has laid out, meaning the players that are eligible/not eligible will be the same as their eligibility in real life (with the following exception below). This means that we are following their games played and years under professional contract as determined by the NHL.


NMC Exception: We will be honouring NMCs that are signed in the CDCGML, not the NHL. This means that any player who has a NMC in the CDCGML must be protected by their CDCGML club. Those who have one in real life but not here do not need to be protected. *(Some players may be willing to waive their NMCs, as per real life, to leave themselves exposed but that will only be in very rare circumstances and likely not at all).



Protected Lists: As per

* Clubs will have two options for players they wish to protect in the Expansion Draft: 

a) Seven forwards, three defensemen and one goaltender

b ) Eight skaters (forwards/defensemen) and one goaltender

* All players who have currently effective and continuing "No Movement" clauses at the time of the Expansion Draft (and who to decline to waive such clauses) must be protected (and will be counted toward their club's applicable protection limits).

* All first- and second-year professionals, as well as all unsigned draft choices, will be exempt from selection (and will not be counted toward their club's applicable protection limits).


Player Exposure Requirements: As per


* All Clubs must meet the following minimum requirements regarding players exposed for selection in the Expansion Draft:

i) One defenseman who is a) under contract in 2017-18 and b ) played in 40 or more NHL games the prior season OR played in 70 or more NHL games in the prior two seasons.

ii) Two forwards who are a) under contract in 2017-18 and b ) played in 40 or more NHL games the prior season OR played in 70 or more NHL games in the prior two seasons.

iii) One goaltender who is under contract in 2017-18 or will be a restricted free agent at the expiration of his current contract immediately prior to 2017-18. If the club elects to make a restricted free agent goaltender available in order to meet this requirement, that goaltender must have received his qualifying offer prior to the submission of the club's protected list.

* Players with potential career-ending injuries who have missed more than the previous 60 consecutive games (or who otherwise have been confirmed to have a career-threatening injury) may not be used to satisfy a club's player exposure requirements, unless approval is received from the NHL. Such players also may be deemed exempt from selection by the League.


CDCGML Eligibility List: A list of eligible players and exempt players will be created and maintained by theminister once the regular season has been concluded. This tool will be made available for the ease and clarity of both the resident GMs and the incoming GM of the Golden Knights. 



Regulations Relating to the Expansion Franchise: 


* The Las Vegas franchise must select one player from each presently existing club for a total of 30 players .

* The Las Vegas franchise must select the following number of players at each position: 14 forwards, nine defensemen and three goaltenders.

* The Las Vegas franchise must select a minimum of 20 players who are under contract for the 2017-18 season. 

* The Las Vegas franchise must select players with an aggregate Expansion Draft value that is between 60-100% of the prior season's upper limit for the salary cap.

* The Las Vegas franchise may not buy out any of the players selected in the Expansion Draft earlier than the summer following its first season.


2017 CDCGML Draft Lottery:

- The Las Vegas franchise will be given the same odds in the 2017 CDCGML Draft Lottery as the team finishing with the third-fewest points during the 2016-17 regular season. (The same selection spot as the NHL Golden Knights).

- The Las Vegas franchise's First Round selection in the 2017 CDCGML Draft will be determined in accordance with the 2017 NHL Draft Lottery and, as a result, the Las Vegas franchise will be guaranteed no lower than the sixth overall selection.

- The Las Vegas franchise then will select third in each subsequent round of the 2017 CDCGML Draft (subject to trades and other potential player transactions).


Significant Dates: Just as we do for Entry drafts, the team protected lists and the LV selection process will be undertaken before the actual draft. This is to ensure that teams must make their own decisions about who to choose to expose rather than mimicking the moves of the NHL teams. This also adds the possibility that the LV GM will have a better spread of players on NHL teams.


    June 13, 2016 (11:59pm PST): The 30 CDCGML Clubs must submit their Protection List.

    June 16, 2016 (11:59pm PST): The Las Vegas GM must submit their Selection List, and will be announced the following day at noon PST.



NHL Rules



The LV Golden Knights General Manager Selection Process: 


Any and all interested parties will be eligible to submit an application to be the new Las Vegas GM. This includes both current GMs and outside candidates without malice, meaning there are no penalties for current GMs to apply. Applications will not be accepted prior to the end of the CDCGML regular Season

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CDCGML Player Registry


The CDCGML Player Registry was designed to give our members access to all players in the CDCGML who are either under contract or are unsigned prospects. 


This tool will help our members when searching for players as well as providing a general overview of each club's reserve lists.


To search the Registry for a player simply type " control F " and enter the name of the player in the field provided.



Active Player Agents:

Mike Vanderhoek - Standard Player Agent


Players Represented:


* Please see CDCGML 2017 Free Agent List








greensman - Standard Player Agent


Players Represented:


* Please see CDCGML 2017 Free Agent List

Squeak - Handles all Entry Level Contracts


Players Represented:


* Please see CDCGML 2017 Free Agent List



Important Dates:



December 31st, 2016, 11:59pm - Deadline to sign Unrestricted Free Agents.


Teams are permitted to sign Unrestricted Free Agents no later than December 31st, 2016, 11:59pm.


No Unrestricted Free Agents will sign with member clubs until the July 1st Free Agency period.



July 1st, 2016, 12:00am to December 31st, 2016, 11:59pm - Early Extension Window.


Member clubs may begin negotiations with one player on their club that is a Pending Free Agent during next season.


A negotiation must be started by December 31st, 2016, 11:59pm for this negotiation to be a valid " Early Extension ".


Please note a contract may be signed after December 31st, 2016, 11:59pm and remain a valid " Early Extension ".



February 15th, 2017, 12:00am - Preliminary Discussions with 2 Players


Beginning on February 15, 2017, teams can hold preliminary discussions with 2 players of their choice (ballpark figures only, no full negotiations take place).



March 05th, 2017, 12:00am - Preliminary Discussions with 2 Players, 1 Formal Negotiation.


beginning on March 5, 2017, teams are permitted to enter formal negotiations with one player and hold preliminary discussions with an additional 2 players regarding their contract desires before the end of the season.



End of Regular Season - 6 Formal Negotiations can take place.


After the regular season ends, teams may hold formal negotiations with up to 6 players, but remember only a handful may sign extensions. After this phase no further players will sign until after Free Agency.



June 20th, 2017, 12:00am to June 27th, 2017, 11:59pm - Summer Buyout Period





June 25th, 2017, 11:59pm - Deadline to file for Arbitration.





June 27th, 2017, 11:59pm - Deadline to Qualify Restricted Free Agents.





June 27th, 2017, 11:59pm - Deadline to sign Pending Restricted and Unrestricted Free Agents





July 1st, 2017, 12:00am - Free Agency Opens.


Member clubs are permitted to present inquiries and contract offers to Unrestricted Free Agents, Restricted Free Agents, and to Offer-sheet other club's Restricted Free Agents.



July 1st, 2017, 12:00am to December 31st, 2017, 11:59pm - Early Extension Window.


Member clubs may begin negotiations with one player on their club that is a Pending Free Agent during next season.


A negotiation must be started by December 31st, 2017, 11:59pm for this negotiation to be a valid " Early Extension ".


Please note a contract may be signed after December 31st, 2017, 11:59pm and remain a valid " Early Extension ".



July 5th, 2017, 12:00am - Free Agent Negotiations Begin.


Member clubs can expect replies from player agents to inquiries and contract offers from this point moving forward throughout the offseason.



July 31st, 2017, 11:59pm - Qualifying Offers Expire.



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2016-2017 CDCGML Player Movement


16-17 Season LTIR information




Columbus places David Savard on LTIR morning of Jan 21st. 

Flyers place Clarke MacArthur on LTIR effective morning of January 21st  checked Jan 20th

The Yotes place Anton Rodin on LTIR effective morning of Jan 17th. checked Jan 20th

Coyotes place Ryan Callahan on LTIR effective morning of January 16th checked Jan 20th

The WIld place Matt Puempel on LTIR effective morning of Jan 12th. checked Jan 20th

The Leafs place Andrei Markov on LTIR effective morning Jan 5th. checked Jan 20th

Penguins place PK Subban on LTIR effective January 1st. ((return to action January 20th))------------------------------

Blue Jackets place John Moore on LTIR effective morning of Dec 31st checked Jan 20th

Bruins place Jannik Hansen on LTIR effective Morning of Dec 28th checked Jan 20th

Florida places Tyler Toffoli on LTIR effective morning of Dec 30th checked Jan 20th

The Bruins place Tyler Pitlick on LTIR effective morning of Dec 23rd.  checked Jan 20th

Boston Places Jimmy Howard on LTIR effective morning of Dec 21st.  checked Jan 20th

Carolina places David Desharnais on LTIR effective Dec 15th checked Jan 20th

Carolina places Brad Richardson on LTIR effective Dec 15th. checked Jan 20th

Tampa Bay placed Matt Read on LTIR effective Morning of Dec 14th. checked Jan 20th

Nashville Places Tyler Ennis on LTIR effective morning of Dec 13th.  ((returned Monday 16th January))------------------------------

The RedWings place Darnell Nurse on LTIR effective morning of Dec 12th.  checked Jan 20th

The Capitals place Greg Pateryn on LTIR effective morning of Dec 10th. checked Jan 20th

The Senators place Philip Larsen on LTIR effective Morning of December 9th checked Jan 20th

The Canadiens place Eric Johnson on LTIR effective morning of Dec 6th. checked Jan 20th

THe Blackhawks place Derek Dorsett on LTIR effective December 4th. checked Jan 20th

Florida places Mika Zibanejad on LTIR effective November 30th. ((returned Tuesday 17th January))----------------------------------

Red Wings place Brendan Smith on LTIR effective morning of Nov 29th. checked Jan 20th

Red Wings place Andrew Ference on LTIR effective morning of Nov 29th. checked Jan 20th

The Lightning place Tomas Hertl on LTIR effective morning of Nov 22nd. checked Jan 20th

Penguins place Steve Stamkos on LTIR effective morning of Nov 18th. checked Jan 20th

Avelanche place Darren Helm on LTIR effective morning of Nov 18th. ((back January 20th))----------------------------------------------

The Blues place Bryan Bickell on LTIR effective the Nov 17th. checked Jan 20th

Capitals place Simon Despres  on LTIR effective morning of Oct 29th checked Jan 20th

Columbus places David Clarkson on LTIR effective Oct 15th. checked Jan 20th

Leafs place Jonathan Quick on LTIR effective Oct 14th checked Jan 20th

Washington places Nate Thompson on LTIR effective Oct 12 checked Jan 20th

Arizona places Jonathan Huberdeau on LTIR effective Oct 11th. checked Jan 20th

Arizona places  Matthias Janmark on LTIR effective Oct 11th. checked Jan 20th




16-17 Season Waiver information


Coyotes player Jakob Kindl cleared waivers morning of Jan 27th

The Oilers player Stephen Gionta cleared waivers morning of Jan 26th

Sharks player  Brandon Mashinter  cleared waivers morning of Jan 23rd.

Devils player Cody Bass cleared effective morning of Dec 17th.

Sens player, Teddy Purcell, cleared effective 10am Jan 13th.

Blackhawks player Taylor Fedun has cleared waivers effective morning of Jan 2nd.

Blues Player Matt Greene has cleared waivers effective Morning of Dec 31st.


Waiver news is that a player making it through waivers from Oct 12th to the end of the season is eligible to go up an down waiver free for 10 games or 30 days, whichever is first. 

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2016-2017 CDCGML Current Standings


March 4th standings



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small.png 4059 small.png 3800 small.png 3318... small.png 3318 small.png 3127 small.png 2940 small.png 2797 small.png 2738

small.png 4270 small.png 4237 small.png 3997... small.png 3863 small.png 3658 small.png 3573 small.png 3331 small.png 3089 


small.png 4367 small.png 4282 small.png 4005... small.png 3893 small.png 3081 small.png 2876 small.png 2868 





The Weekly Power Rankings Week ending Sunday December 18th:




The shakers and movers for the past week as of January 15th 2017! With six teams staying put and just 10 teams dropping, the storyline this week must be that the 14 teams that moved up simply outlasted those around them. The few big exceptions but by and large some few bad weeks by some otherwise great teams really shifted the power trends today.


1.Devils(4) How do you take the number one Power Seat? 6 guys with leading edge points talent and depth led by Braden Holtby's 40 points in net. 

2.Wild(3) And along came those Goalie points that were missing last week...welcome to the party Cam Ward and your 40 point week. 

3.Islanders(2) Most of your players with double digits and 18 on the scoresheet means when your top of the league, you can't fall far on an offweek. 

4.Capitals(5) Bucking the trend, the Caps move up one WITHOUT any Goalie points, but with will and determination, grace too. by grace I mean Klingberg. 

5.Penguins(6) 3rd week strait Pittsburgh has moved up, firing on all cylinders but a shout out to team leader Vincent Trocheck's 33 points 

6.Leafs(1) Passed by five other teams, this one sets the tone as the leafs have decent input from 16 guys, just not enough to stay top five.

7.Lightning(7) Depth and well roundedness are key to survival, proves the Bolts with a dozen players with a dozen points or more and 6 or 7 support role players notching the post too. Hallmarks of a winner. 

8.Panthers(12) after two average weeks the cats are back in the top ten with 11 men in the double digits and an outstanding effort from David Pastrnak

9.Red Wings(11) John Gibson leads the squad up 2 places for the second week in a row, deep team with 11 double digit earners. 

10.Canucks(10) Holding onto a top ten spot is brutal in this league, week to week, takes ten guys with at least ten points and 7 more support personel  chippin in. No wonder its hard to stay in the top. 

11.Blue Jackets(13) Predictably, BJ's drop was temporary. Back up again and inside the top 12 with 18 guys chipping in and T.J. Oshie with 30 points.

12.Flames(8) Western powerhouse dropped four overall as Paciretty had a slower week than usual. Proving it is hard to stay top ten in the Power Trends. 

13.Senators(17) You want to move up three spots in the Power Trends? Your gonna need a Faksa, A Brown and a Wheeler. These sens have the parts and prove last weeks lull to be an outlier. 

14.Jets(9) two weeks ago 18th, then Weber and Schneider moved them into top ten, now Brock McGinnn's 33 points keep them from falling far. Prediction: next week they slip again.

15.Kings(15) LA ends the slide and holds steady with 14 again putting points up but this time a healthy 8 key workers led by Backstrom's 37 points! Kings could be facing a move up if they flesh out their roster.

16.Flyers(18) From Grabner to Brad Marchand...week over week the Philly is finding a way to win and move up. For a bottom five team, this shows some hope for a good finish. 

17.Coyotes(20) 18 good contributors spread the wealth around and are proving the yotes are better than last weeks anomaly showed. Prediction is upward trending from here on out, barring injury.

18.Oilers(26) The Oilers are this weeks Cinderella men. bottom five on the power chart last week and this week coming in 12th for points. When 17 guys chip in rather than 12, good things happen, including a push to the wild card slot? TOugh fight for that one ahead.

19.Bruins(16) Bruins held it together well with another 9 key contributors, but while they held er steady, four other teams passed em, lucky enough a 5th team dropped down below em, ending their slide at 3 places lower. 

20.Sabres(22) Matt Dumba leads a squad where 8 guys have double digits and 15 kicked in, moving Buffalo up two spots!

21.Predators(14) A bit of a backslide for the Preds this time around. 15 guys got less points than usual in an odd week after back to back 14th spot showing in the Power Trends. Live by the Miller, die by the Miller.

22.Ducks(27) Out west there is a wildcard spot up for grabs and lots of teams still in. The ducks had a good week points wise to improve their chances

23.Rangers(23) 19 names on the points list help keep the deep new york squad at 23rd. Led by Vanek, Emelin and Flynn. 

24.Stars(24) Jordan Staal led 5 other guys each with over a dozen points, as 15 men made the scoresheet and held the hard won ground.

25.Canadiens(21) Sliding into the new year, from 17th to 21st to now sit 25th in the Power Trends, Les Miserables still don't seem to have the deep support that was prevalent in the first three months. Bye Weeks are starting to show up in our league as making a difference as here no King Henrik in net for five days means no points.

26.Hurricanes(19) dead last in points this week, as the team struggled to score 4 goals but did get 5 points for an ot loss from Mrazek in net. 6th for points last week: when the tiny core of this team is on, they are ON.

27.Blues(25) St Louis simply got passed by the Oilers and the Ducks, funny enough, if any of the three teams want post season: they will have to squash the other from here on out as all three are IN the hunt. 

28.Blackhawks(29) Backes and Spurgeon help move the Hawks up one, but still sitting on point for a possible first overall draft pick. 

29.Sharks(28) Sharks are down one as Draisaitl can't keep up to both Backes AND Spurgeon, but are these two deadly teams in a death spiral?

30.Avelanche(30) 14 guys got points this week and the Aves were NOT at the bottom of the points barrel. "When you can't run you crawl and when you can't crawl, if you can't do that, you find someone to carry you".  Malkin and Brassard are trying to lift the squad. 



2015-16 Final Standings


5238 LA

5220 Ari
4628 Cal

5518 MIN
5394 CBJ
4940 WIN

4595 VAN
4458 SJS

5299 NJD
4862 PIT
4592 NYI

5604 FLO
5021 MON
4750 OTT

4672 TBL
4657 TOR

Combined non playoff teams in order


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Now that the obvious picks have been selected the real fun starts and we start seeing how everyone values the different prospects!

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The New York Rangers!

small.pngsmall.pngsmall.png Thomas Vanek, Henrik Sedin, Jarome Iginla

small.pngsmall.pngsmall.png Nail Yakupov , Dylan Strome, Milan Michalek

small.pngsmall.pngsmall.png  Joe Colborne, Antoine Vermette, Dale Weise

small.pngsmall.pngsmall.png Zack Smith, Matt Stajan, Ryan Reaves

.......... small.png....................., Brian Flynn, ...............


small.pngsmall.png .......... Andrej Sekera, Brooks Orpik

small.pngsmall.png .......... Alexei Emelin, Ron Hainsey

small.pngsmall.png .......... Connor Murphy, Ben Lovejoy

small.pngsmall.png .......... Jon Merrill, Cody Goloubef


small.png ......................Mike Smith

small.png ......................Keith Kinkaid


The Connecticut Whale!

small.pngsmall.pngsmall.png Petr Straka, Josh Ho-Sang, David Jones(PTO,ANA)

small.pngsmall.pngsmall.png Marek Hrivik, Eric Cornel, Matej Stransky

small.pngsmall.pngsmall.png Tye McGinn, Zach Stepan, Reid Gardiner(PTO,PIT)


small.pngsmall.png .......... Stefan Elliott, Ryan Stanton

small.pngsmall.png .......... Patrick Sieloff, Aaron Irving

............................... Danny Biega, Jonathan-Ismael Diaby


small.png ..................... Joonas Korpisalo

small.png ..................... Chris Gibson

October 3 stars of the month in this spoiler. 

The Rangers Three Stars for the Month of October, a low key affair this year, begin with 3rd star Alexei Emelin. WHile 20 players put points on the board in October Alexei was our standout Dman. With a goal, two assists and ten points on each of the plusminus and penalty minutes side of the ledger Emelin had a great October.


2nd Star honours go to Connor Murphy who also broke the 30 point plane for October with 3 assists and 8 points on each of +- and penalty minutes.


The New York Rangers 1st overall star of the MOnth of October is Thomas Vanek who managed to top every other contributor while being injured for the final five days of the Month. 4 Goals, 4 Assists and ten points on the plus minus and a paltry 4 penalty points..every stat on his ledger point to his elite Hockey Sense and skills on the ice. We are proud to have him in our jersey and love what he does at the office. 

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