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  2. Laflamme

    S62 Group 4 Fantasy Draft

    (S55) Niko Bogdanovic F (S56) Sergei Komarov F
  3. Dangles13

    S62 Group 7 Fantasy Draft

    F - Otto Axelsson - Don't let me down bb @Arayvenn x 2
  4. Laflamme

    G - Johannes Benoit

    Oslo would like to offer you 1.2M. At the moment you would be back up. But if you work hard you could always pass our current G or even earn ur self more play time this season.
  5. SlapshotDragon

    Goal Horns for the VHL!

    Yay! Thanks man!
  6. Beketov

    Goal Horns for the VHL!

    Under that case I’m willing to say it’s totally reasonable to use them as a PT if you want. Put them under podcasts if you do. I’d say 3 horns = 1 PT with a max of 1 per team. You don’t have to if you don’t want to, just offering since it’s something creative.
  7. SlapshotDragon

    Goal Horns for the VHL!

    due to my lack of equipment and accessibility to some of my equipment, around 20 or so mins, depends on if I have a song idea or not
  8. Enorama

    HOF Articles

    @Beketov Felix Peters done.
  9. Enorama

    (S52 Class) Felix Peters

    Felix Peters Class of S52 Position: C Birthplace: Germany Height: 6'4" Weight: 215 Jersey Number: 92 Drafted: S24 GM Rule (Seattle Bears) Username: gregreg Felix Peters was one of those players that lived in the "Hall of Very Good" for a long time. His career numbers were commendable (over 700 points), but every time his name came up, it seemed like there was just one more guy who had numbers that were at least a little bit better, or they had just a few more pieces of hardware in their cabinet. In S52 (20 seasons or so after his retirement), however, Felix was ecstatic to finally get the call from the VHL Hall Of Fame telling him that his longtime dream had been realized. The call itself was well deserved; at retirement, Peters ranked fifteenth all-time in career points, and although he has slipped down the rankings since then, his overall success as a player still places him near the top of many peoples' lists in terms of overall player skill. Awards S28 Howe Trophy (co-winner) S28 Continental Cup S31 Continental Cup Season 24 VHL Regular Season S24(SEA) 72GP | 26G - 30A - 56P | -48 | 296SHT | 1GWG Peters' rookie season has the slightest blemish on it in that he suffered from a goal differential of -48 over the course of the year. While this may make some think less of this stat line, many actually recognize that this makes his 55 point rookie year much more impressive. Obviously, he was facing some tough opposition in order to be scored on this many times, but he still managed to put up a very respectable point total, especially for a freshman. Season 25 VHL Regular Season S25(SEA) 72GP | 33G - 48A - 81P | -9 | 299SHT | 8GWG Peters' 2nd season is when we began to see his true potential. His plus minus improved drastically, and either as a result or maybe even as a cause, his total points jumped by 25 when compared to the previous year while his shots remained relatively constant. Also, even though his team still missed the playoffs, Peters achieved 8 game-winning goals during S25, showing that he is really contributing to his team's success when it counts. However, the fact that he had yet to taste the playoffs through two full VHL seasons made Peters a little anxious. The jury was out on whether Seattle (which also happened to be GMed by Peters at the time) was going to turn their luck around. Season 26 VHL Regular Season S26(SEA) 72GP | 49G - 64A - 113P | 49 | 392SHT | 7GWG VHL Playoffs S26(SEA) 6GP | 2G - 2A - 4P | -4 | 19SHT | 0GWG The jury came in alright, Peters saw an even bigger jump in production than the last year and Seattle got a taste of the playoffs. His point total grew by 32 and his even strength goal differential grew by a staggering 58, which is one of the biggest season-to-season jumps you'll ever see. Despite the excitement within the organization over making the S26 playoffs, the Bears saw an unfortunate 6-game exit, where Peters never really had the chance to showcase what he could bring to the table. Both as a GM and a player though, he felt as though his team was on the upswing. Season 27 VHL Regular Season S27(SEA) 72GP | 42G - 66A - 108P | 50 | 386SHT | 9GWG VHL Playoffs S27(SEA) 7GP | 4G - 4A - 8P | 3 | 41SHT | 1GWG Peters' 4th season saw a slight regression towards the mean in production in the regular season, but it was still an elite level of production on a team that finally seemed like it was ready to compete for a championship one of these days. His plus-minus was the only main statistic to not take at least a slight hit, perhaps as a measure of how much the team had grown to be more than just him producing. In the S27 playoffs, although he only played one more game than he did in S26, he doubled his playoff point production. Unfortunately, this was in vain, as Seattle once again lost in the first round, although they took it the distance this time. Season 28 VHL Regular Season S28(SEA) 72GP | 51G - 54A - 105P | 55 | 392SHT | 8GWG VHL Playoffs S28(SEA) 13GP | 9G - 6A - 15P | 2 | 71SHT | 2GWG This was another season that made people begin to refer to Peters as the pinnacle of consistency. Even as his team's success fluctuated around him, Peters was always dedicated to performing at the elite level that was expected of him. When it came to the S28 playoffs, Peters really came into his own and showed the world that he was indeed capable of performing at the highest possible level in the playoffs. After 5 full seasons, he was a Continental Cup champion. Not only that, but his 15 points in 13 playoff games were enough for him to be the co-recipient of the Howe award for playoff MVP. Season 29 VHL Regular Season S29(SEA) 72GP | 38G - 59A - 97P | 42 | 366SHT | 8GWG VHL Playoffs S29(SEA) 7GP | 4G - 3A - 7P | 2 | 27SHT | 0GWG Going into S29, expectations were high for the Seattle Bears and their star players, but none of them performed at the level that everyone knew they were capable of. Peters himself still put up what would be impressive numbers for an average to good VHL player, but we all knew that he was capable of more. Come playoff time, Seattle suffered a fate that they knew too well at this point of getting bounced in 7 games. Season 30 VHL Regular Season S30(SEA) 72GP | 39G - 50A - 89P | 24 | 395SHT | 10GWG VHL Playoffs S30(SEA) 12GP | 8G - 7A - 15P | 5 | 75SHT | 2GWG For the second straight season, Peters saw a decline in his production, both points and plus-minus. His 10 game-winning goals proved that he was still producing when his team needed to, however. Come playoff time, Peters enjoyed his best ever playoffs, production-wise, posting 8 goals and 15 points in only 12 games. The Seattle Bears were to fall just short in a tightly-fought 7-game series with the Calgary Wranglers. Heading into the offseason with a plethora of ageing stars, all eyes were on the Bears and whether they would try and make a push in Peters' final year or sell him off to the highest bidder. Season 31 VHL Regular Season S31(SEA/DAV) 71GP | 53G - 67A - 120P | 50 | 558SHT | 11GWG VHL Playoffs S31(DAV) 13GP | 6G - 9A - 15P | 2 | 56SHT | 2GWG Although he started the season with the Bears, the new Seattle GM (Noah Levefre) thought that it was best to dismantle his team and generate the best return that he could in order to build towards the future. A mid-season sell-off saw the likes of Peters, Genghis Khan, and CAL G, among others, sent to competitive teams mostly in return for futures. Peters himself was sent to the HC Davos Dynamo for two youngsters and two 3rd round draft picks. Although he had been in decline for the two years preceding, Peters proceeded to show his new team that he was worth the price he paid by posting the best season of his career, hitting 120 points. In the playoffs, Peters and the rest of the Dynamo continued their tear through the league all the way to the Continental Cup finals, which saw them succeeding over the New York Americans in 7 games. Peter hoisted his second ever Continental Cup in his penultimate season. Career Overview VHL Regular Season S24(SEA) 72GP | 26G - 30A - 56P | -48 | 296SHT | 1GWG S25(SEA) 72GP | 33G - 48A - 81P | -9 | 299SHT | 8GWG S26(SEA) 72GP | 49G - 64A - 113P | 49 | 392SHT | 7GWG S27(SEA) 72GP | 42G - 66A - 108P | 50 | 386SHT | 9GWG S28(SEA) 72GP | 51G - 54A - 105P | 55 | 392SHT | 8GWG S29(SEA) 72GP | 38G - 59A - 97P | 42 | 366SHT | 8GWG S30(SEA) 72GP | 39G - 50A - 89P | 24 | 395SHT | 10GWG S31(SEA/DAV) 71GP | 53G - 67A - 120P | 50 | 558SHT | 11GWG VHL Playoffs S26(SEA) 6GP | 2G - 2A - 4P | -4 | 19SHT | 0GWG S27(SEA) 7GP | 4G - 4A - 8P | 3 | 41SHT | 1GWG S28(SEA) 13GP | 9G - 6A - 15P | 2 | 71SHT | 2GWG S29(SEA) 7GP | 4G - 3A - 7P | 2 | 27SHT | 0GWG S30(SEA) 12GP | 8G - 7A - 15P | 5 | 75SHT | 2GWG S31(DAV) 13GP | 6G - 9A - 15P | 2 | 56SHT | 2GWG Although he has consistently slid down the charts of top career point-getters in the VHL, Peters' appeal comes not from his stupendous production levels, but more from him being very very good for a long time. Posting three straight 100+ point seasons is nothing to sneeze at, and his return to an elite level in his final VHL season shows the amount of mental fortitude that Peters possessed throughout his entire career. Even though his award cabinet wasn't overflowing, he had the distinct pleasure of retiring as a 2-time Continental Cup champion and one of the most consistently good players of all time.
  10. Beketov

    Goal Horns for the VHL!

    How long roughly would you say these guys take you to make?
  11. alecbama

    S62 VHLM Expansion Draft Selections

    You can take that last part out of the paycheck I don't get from you guys
  12. SlapshotDragon

    Goal Horns for the VHL!

    Hey guys, I am making some goal horns for the VHL. This is for the VHL GMs but it's fine if you wanna check em out. Rules: First come, first serve. First one to claim ownership of a goal horn gets the goal horn. 2. TPE Bribes are accepted. So far I have only made 2, but I will try making more. this is just for fun so dont rage. I had to put in pictures or else the goal horns wouldnt function properly in the file but whatevs. so don't mind the oslo logo, they do not own them. I will make a discord channel where you can view and listen to them cause the forum is being dumb https://discord.gg/qCgGUn2
  13. SidTheKid87

    S62 Group 7 Fantasy Draft

    ko kane @Dangles13
  14. SidTheKid87

    S62 Group 7 Fantasy Draft

    lol and then you pick the two i wanted lmao
  15. ShawnGlade

    Halifax 21st's Press Conference

    1. It's shaping up to be a year where I'm more than confident we're gonna do very well and turn some heads 2. Lot's of people are rooting for us but a few other GMs and a few players around the site hate me so probably not them 3. It's a lot of work but it's pretty fun. Most of my day on VHL used to be just getting my PTs in but now I actually have work to do 4. Probably Yukon. Me and Barzy like to talk shit to each other. It's all in good fun though......I hope 5. Hard to say. Year one will indicate where we stand. If we flop, the rebuild train might make it's departure. If we do well like I expect, I'll try and ride the success as long as I can
  16. McWolf

    S62 Group 7 Fantasy Draft

    Colton Rayne and Casey Jones @SidTheKid87 OTC
  17. Rzerk

    S62 Group 5 Fantasy Draft

    Alvaro Jokinen @Velevra
  18. SidTheKid87

    Preseason dissapointment

    With all the hype surrounding the first Rush preseason game, Sidney Crosby was ready to prove his worth. Before the game Crosby was asked about his emotions prior to the first game, “I’m very excited and I can’t wait to get out there and put on a show.” He certainly didn’t let anyone down as far as putting on a show. After an uneventful first period Crosby stepped back on the ice to start the second period. After a nice hit on Anssi Koivuhaka, he decided to go back for more and started the first fight of his career. Long story short Crosby was taken down and worst of all, he was ejected from the game. After only 6:54 of ice time Crosby managed to get ejected and post 17 PIM while only recording 1 hit and 1 shot. A major let down in his first game, Sid hopes to bounce back in the next week.
  19. ShawnGlade

    S62 VHLM Expansion Draft Selections

    Ok fine. Your brewskis have been covered and I had to pay to have your vomit steam cleaned from the carpet on the plane
  20. McWolf

    S62 Group 7 Fantasy Draft

    ayyyy the 2 guys I wanted. hold up a sec you guys
  21. pennypenny

    S62 Group 5 Fantasy Draft

    The Charm @Rzerk
  22. DaftRaincloud

    S62 Group 6 Fantasy Draft

    Niko Bogdanovic @ColeMrtz21
  23. BarzalGoat

    Gettin' Jiggy W the Rush

    If it's alright with you McWolf, I'll do these every now and the
  24. LordTony

    S62 Group 2 Fantasy Draft

    Colton Rayne and Shawn Brodeur @Will
  25. SidTheKid87

    Gettin' Jiggy W the Rush

    thanks for the shoutout my dude. Its gonna be a funky fresh season @BarzalGoat
  26. hedgehog337

    S62 Group 5 Fantasy Draft

    Colton Rayne @pennypenny
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