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  1. 4 points
    Banackock

    S64 VHLM Dispersal Draft

    Pre-Draft HYPE! TONIGHT at 8 PM EST. Use thread to discuss S64 VHLM Draft or talk the draft up on our league discord: HERE! @Members
  2. 4 points
    flyersfan1453

    S63 Off-Season Schedule

    You haven't paid attention in like 10 seasons.
  3. 2 points
    The Ottawa Lynx got the steal of the draft when they selected Gritty the greatest mascot in the history of the world in the third round of the VHLM Dispersal Draft. Considering the current low tpe and past few players flaming out from the eaglesfan agency, it is understandable to see why Gritty fell so far. However, there is always potential for Gritty to do great things, as I was a super active member once upon a time. My very first player was selected by the Ottawa Lynx in the 3rd round 7 years ago, so perhaps this is a repeat of history. After surprisingly making it to the VHLM Finals thanks to the spirit of Gritty, the overmatched on paper Lynx just couldn't close things out in the finals. Things will be different this year, as Gritty will have had a ton of time to earn tpe by the time the season starts, and he is excited to help lead the Lynx to another cup final, making them continue to be the greatest VHLM franchise.
  4. 2 points
    Jubo07

    My Retirement

    Collecting 18 TPE over the course of a season unfortunately does not translate to much of a position in a teams depth chart. Gotta work for what you want. Good luck with the eSports venture.
  5. 2 points
    Quik

    Player Cards

    Yeah, I’ve already started a template. Don’t think there’ll be bios, probably just biometrics and vhl stats on the “back” but they should be solid as HOF images
  6. 2 points
    Banackock

    S63 Off-Season Schedule

    A reminder, VHLM draft at 8 PM EST tonight!
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    Matt_O

    VHL Draft Preview [1/2]

    With the New York Americans winning the draft lottery, they now hold the #1 and #3 overall picks in the upcoming draft. What prospects will be taken in this years draft? What do certain teams need? Lets take a look at what the New York Americans can use with their first overall pick: 1- Ryan Sullivan Jr. Not really a big surprise here. He is the overwhelming TPE leader, with a grand total of 298 TPE, compared to the second highest total at 256. The Americans would have to be foolish to not take him, and in this situation I would have them passing on Dahlberg. Sullivan is too good to pass up on. 2- Elias Dahlberg Even though Brick Wahl has more TPE than Dahlberg, Dahlberg was just far too good this season in the VHLM, and he carried his squad all the way to the finals with some help from their goaltender Finn Davidson. HC Davos Dynamo are in serious need of absolutely anything they can get if they want to be good anytime soon. With this pick I can also see them potentially taking Brick Wahl. However, they have three goalies already, and it's not like they have good players and just a weak pair of goalies. They are weak all around with the exception of The Charm, so I expect Dahlberg to become the new face of their franchise. 3- Brick Wahl If I were the GM of the New York Americans, I would trade down a pick or two. The next two prospects are elite goaltenders, but the Americans already have Ismond Kingfisher, a strong goaltender on his own. However, the gap between Brick Wahl and the next available player that isn't a goalie (Piotr Jerwa) is too large of a difference to reach for with the third pick. If I were New York, I would package this pick for the seventh pick, and then maybe Calgary can add in a player like Karl Von Moltke to complete the deal. 4- Piotr Jerwa I said that New York didn't really need a goalie that badly with their pick, and that same logic applies to Toronto as well, only much more seriously. Toronto has three goalies, and their backup goalie has a whopping 510 TPE. They really don't need a goalie, and should pass on Finn Davidson with this pick, even though he was incredible in the VHLM Playoffs. The difference between Jerwa and Davidson is only 5 TPE anyways, unlike the difference between Wahl and Jerwa, which was more like 40. Toronto has a solid core of defenseman, but could certainly use another talented player to beef up the D-Core. 5- Joel Ylonen Once again, Finn Davidson falls victim to the fact that most teams are already set and stone when it comes to goaltending. Ylonen has 214 TPE compared to Davidsons 221, so taking Ylonen over Davidson is definitely reasonable. Quebec City only has one center on their roster, so picking up Ylonen will add a center to their lineup that features guys such as Veran Dragomir and Beau Louth. That is my quick projection of the top five. I will probably have an article on why I think Finn Davidson will fall down the draft board a little. If I had to pick one player that will make the biggest contribution, it will be Elias Dahlberg. Not just as of now, since HC Davos Dynamo is terrible, but for years to come, Dahlberg will be a force in the VHL in my opinion.
  8. 2 points
    Victor

    Continental Cups, by player and member

    In the absence of my junior historian, a S63 update is available in the OP. Riga's cup puts myself and @Smarch clear at the top - hey turns out @Beketov that both our last championships had come in S46 before this season. I should have been making a bigger deal out of it. Also recent moves into the double digits by @Tyler and @Green. Only active players with more than 1 cup are Bassolino and Johnsson. So all to play for, along with the fact a lot more new names are already appearing on the list than in the entirety of the 50s.
  9. 2 points
    I'd like to be considered. I've started as goalie for Yukon for two seasons and helped to lead us to the playoffs. I love Yukon and all that it is becoming. I'm also the brand exec for Jolt Juice.
  10. 2 points
    McWolf

    S64 WJC Commissioners

    @BladeMaiden and I updated the All-Time Stats spreadsheet already. I think there's the GM spreadsheet that would still need to be updated. Sorry to leave you, Bana. But thanks for the opportunity. It really was a fun first job experience and is what led me to try and get more responsabilities!
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    Tagger

    S63 Off-Season Schedule

    @Quik One thing that has been missing from the Off-Season schedule for some reason since S60 is the VHLM TPE Cut-Off. I remember dealing with guys in the lead up to the draft last season and there was a lot of confusion as to when they could start earning TPE again if they wanted to stay in the VHLM by being below cut-off so it might be worth adding such a date to the schedule.
  12. 1 point
    Matt_O

    Why you should sign Trevor Cobelo

    Trevor Cobelo is currently an unsigned free agent right now, and if you happen to have a free roster spot, I would suggest you pick him up. While he only has 30 TPE right now, his ability to grind when motivated is unmatched. As him and I are friends, he has told me that he loves the idea of the VHL and all, but was frustrated that he couldn't get with a team, while I was achieving successs, even though he had discovered this first. Let me tell you, if you sign him, you will not be disappointed. Trevor Cobelo is an all time great grinder, and could gather a starting haul of 25 TPE in his first true week, and streamline a steady 10 or so TPE per week after that. When motivated, I have seen no one grind as hard as I have seen Trevor grind, and all you have to do is sign him to an entry level deal. By the end of the season, you will be thanking yourself for reading this and acting accordingly. @VHLM GM @TrevorC11
  13. 1 point
    Jubo07

    Helsinki Titans Press Conference

    We've got a pretty big influx of youth arriving in Helsinki next year, what's your best piece of advice for the new guys? Remain active and join the ride. This team is on a quick rise and it could last several years with many pleyers in place long term. Welcome aboard. What's your favorite story about a teammate that took place over the course of the season? Pepper taking Asia to the gold medal game in the world juniors. Without him they likely finished bottom two of the tourney. Who on the team deserves a pat on the back for their efforts this year? Sidney Crosby. The guy blocked shots like his life depended on it. We spent a large budget on chiropractic therapy. The VHL and VHLM Finals are both currently 3-0; do you think it's possible we see a reverse sweep come back in either - if not, did you think the series would both be so dominated? Answered this too late. The finals were alright I guess. Ottawa making it all the way in the VHLM was hard to watch but the sim does what the sim wants. It was a fun season regardless of the outcomes. If you were to go into a death match fight, and can only bring one weapon or defensive item, what would it be? Rubber chicken. Annoy the opponent until they give up and walk away. What's your favourite show currently still in production? Shameless followed by Game of Thrones, Stranger Things and Billions.
  14. 1 point
    Tyler

    My Retirement

    No need to be a cunt.
  15. 1 point
    RIGA — It was over. A hard fought battle finally come to an end. The Riga Reign and the Calgary Wranglers clashed for 6 hard fought games. But it's over now. The champs have been crowned. The Riga Reign finally reign the league. And finally, finally, after seasons of coming so close. Ryuu Crimson, Dylan Nguyen, and Shawn Glade, who has waited the longest, finally get to lift the cup. Ryuu and Dylan have been together since their Victory Hockey League careers kicked off in Saskatoon. They have been together through everything. From losing in the Finals with Halifax, to getting Silver in the WJC. So close, but never made it. But finally, the Baltimore Legend and the Dragon have finally won a championship. "I....I'm just overcome with emotion. We worked so hard and we're here. This is great. I'm glad I was able to help and I'm so proud of all of us. The defensemen were awesome and phenomenal. Kallis played his best hockey. Everyone of us deserves this. I'm just glad we pulled it off." Of course, Baltimore went crazy for their hero. About 1,000,000 posts were made on Instagram about him winning the cup. "You know, I'm glad me and Dylan did this together. He's been my best friend since the start and man am I lucky to have such a great blueliner with me." Ah yes, Dylan and Ryuu are the Ovechkin and Backstrom of the Victory Hockey League. Dylan and Ryuu even did their lap around the rink like the two Capitals superstars did. "When me and Dylan held that cup, it was amazing. All those hours of hard work together finally paid off. Dylan was amazing as well and is one of the best offensive d-man I have ever had the privilege to play with. I hope to win another cup with him on my side." Now, when it comes to Shawn Glade, this moment has been just out of reach from him. But now, it's finally a reality. Shawn Glade was with the Yukon Rush on their run to the Finals but they ended up losing to Oslo. (To which Ryuu memed the entire thing.) Halifax had a spectacular inagural season with Shawn on the blueline but the dream team fell short in the finals. Shawn Glade has been so close many times, but he has finally done it. When he lifted the cup, you could see the happiness beaming all over him. And Ryuu Crimson, who had a slow start to the season but found his game later on, was Riga's leader in Playoff Points with 13 and Playoff Plus-Minus with a rating of +2. His playoff experience has been nothing short of spectacular, getting a career high 6 playoff goals and scoring a hat trick against the Meute. The magician was a real offensive force, despite being second line, and was great against the Meute. He finally, after many failed attempts, won the championship. These names will be engraved on the cup and never forgotten. Congratulation Riga on the wonderful season!
  16. 1 point
    @Dtayl @ShawnGlade We did it guys! We did what we couldn't do in Hali!
  17. 1 point
    VHL Bot

    Daytin Vidovich -> YUK

    Daytin Vidovich has signed a 1 year contract with Yukon
  18. 1 point
    Beketov

    Welcome Dvich86!

    Welcome to the VHL, Dvich86! We're happy to have you. You should have received a PM with some more detailed information, but to get started quickly you will want to head over to the "How to Create a Player" topic. That topic will offer you detailed information about how to use the VHL Portal to create your player and get you started. We also highly recommend joining the VHL Discord where there is a channel dedicated to helping new members with any questions that they may have about the league or improving their player. Once your player is made VHLM General Managers will be in touch with you about joining their teams. In the meantime, please feel free to ask any questions you have here or in your create-a-player thread. We're happy to have you in the community and we hope you stick around!
  19. 1 point
    Banackock

    VHLM Off-season Announcements

    Bonjour to you and hope you are well. Another season has come and gone and we've officially hit the off-season. Congrats to all VHLM teams on an excellent season and Saskatoon on hoisting the championship. Without delaying you any further, some announcements to star off the VHLM off-season. GM CHANGES We appreciate the time and efforts both @ShawnGlade and @BarzalGoat given during their tenures with the respective teams. We welcome @McWolf as the new GM for the Halifax 21st and @Reives for the Yukon Rush! Congrats to each member involved! Looking forward to the future with these 2 new GM's. VHLM DRAFT The VHLM draft will be taking place this Sunday @ 8 PM EST. Watch all the future, young prospects of the VHL find new homes in the VHLM. @VHLM GM AWARDS Ballots are out and Award Ceremony is slated for next Friday. Who takes home the hardware this season?? ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ That's all for now. Tagging everyone so I don't miss the newer members (apologies to those it doesn't concern if so) @Members
  20. 1 point
    Victor

    [S63] Brett Slobodzian Trophy Voting

    This is this season's voting for the most outstanding player in the VHL - not to be confused with the most valuable player which is the Scotty Campbell Trophy and voted on by the awards committee. The lines can be blurred between the two tbh. Anyway, vote! @Members
  21. 1 point
    Banackock

    S64 VHLM Dispersal Draft

    7. OSLO STORM : D - Dallas Jones 8. YUKON RUSH (from Ottawa Lynx): RW - Katie Warren 9. OTTAWA LYNX (from Las Vegas Aces): C - Roll Fizzlebeef
  22. 1 point
    Banackock

    S64 VHLM Dispersal Draft

    Dallas Jones toooooo OSSSLOOOOO
  23. 1 point
    Banackock

    S64 VHLM Dispersal Draft

    #5 D - Smitty Werbenjagermanjensen
  24. 1 point
    Banackock

    VHLM Draft Time!

    VHLM Draft Time!
  25. 1 point
    BOOMCHENKO™

    S64 VHLM Dispersal Draft

    +2 TPE!
  26. 1 point
    BOOMCHENKO™

    Player Cards

    @Quik Charge whatever Boubabi used to, for his "special projects" Cha Ching
  27. 1 point
    BluObieZ

    S64 VHLM Dispersal Draft

    Meh S65 Draft will have Slade
  28. 1 point
    Eudaldkp

    S64 VHLM Dispersal Draft

    Let's gooooo! I won't be around as I will be sleeping, I'll be sure to check tommorrow hehe
  29. 1 point
    diamond_ace

    S63 Sponsors Shield Tournament Index

    Always good to have someone on the team who already has the client for something else
  30. 1 point
    McWolf

  31. 1 point
    Eudaldkp

    The Big Red Machine [1/2]

    Review: Very funny sig, but also a great one. Both fonts are perfect for the russian style and the Vladimir fade is killing me. Really well done
  32. 1 point
    Infernal

    first try [1/2]

  33. 1 point
    Esso2264

    Dahlberg Pre Draft Card

    @Nykonax
  34. 1 point
    Ty343

    Josh Harris’ New Life

    Josh Harris is a very young player in the best hockey league in the world. He joined Halifax this VHLM season but did not get ice time. He is not mad though because he is only sixteen and they made a run in the playoffs. Josh knows that now hockey is not as easy as it was before and that he is going to have to work hard. Josh is up for the challenge though and he knows that he is a great player who is going to end up being a star in the VHL and end up in the Hall of Fame. Josh is making his family proud and is trusting in God that it is his will for him to be a great player. Josh is probably going to be moving teams because of the drafts that are going on. Josh has a lot of faith in God that the team he is going to is going to really help him in his career and make him a great player. Josh is hoping to make good money and help his family and help his team win a championship and win many MVP awards.
  35. 1 point
    CurtisG93

    Curtis Gary: S64 VHL Draft Profile

    With the season 64 VHL draft being held on Tuesday, December 18th, it’s time to take a last minute look at another prospect who thinks he ready to take the next step in his VHL career. Curtis Gary Position: Center Height: 5’11” Weight: 180lbs S63 Stats (VHLM) Regular Season: GP: 72 G: 12 A: 29 PTS: 41 +/-: +7 Playoffs: GP: 11 G: 8 A: 9 PTS: 17 +/-: +9 When season 63 got underway for the VHLM the name Curtis Gary was just another name in the sea of rookies, and to be honest by the end of the season his name still wasn’t really known. But this has not discouraged Curtis Gary one bit. “I was drafted late in the season 63 VHLM draft and started the season with a long scoring slump. It got really hard to keep my mental focus on the long term goals. I wanted things to change immediately”, Gary said. “I think the biggest lesson I’ve learned this season is that ‘good things come to those who wait’. I needed patience to keep my mind focused on the little details in my game.” It took all seventy-two regular season games for Curtis Gary to really show his worth as a player in the VHLM. Gary would make up one of three key forwards on the second line of the Saskatoon Wild, which helped drive the depth scoring and pushed the Wild into the playoffs. By the end of the regular season Gary saw his game peaking at the right moment. “I felt great, I felt like I was very comfortable in my play. I had great line mates (Mark Gebauer and Kyson Blake) who gave 110% effort every night, if one wasn’t scoring another picked up the slack, it was a great combo.” Then came the VHLM playoffs. Gary expected to keep the same role he had played during the regular season as a depth scorer, but through the first seven games (all against Halifax) Gary recorded 12 points (6 goals, 6 assists) good enough to lead not just his team in scoring, but also the league (in goals and points). In the final round an interesting challenge faced Gary and the Wild, the underdog Ottawa Lynx. Through the four game sweep Gary recorded 5 points (2 goals, 3 assists) along with the VHLM championship. All in all it wasn’t a bad rookie for a young Curtis Gary, 41 points in 72 regular season games and 17 points in 11 playoff games. Gary finished the playoffs on top in goals and points on the way to his first VHLM championship. When asked what he would bring to a VHL team, if they chose him in the season 64 draft, Gary had this to say: “I’m not gonna give you the same gibberish answers everyone else with a big ego gives you, I’m no superpower filled man I’m just a normal human being who loves hockey, scores goals, wins faceoffs, and has a VHLM championship. I’m here to get better every day, every week, every season.” Special Season 63 Stat: Curtis Gary was sixth in the league in faceoff percentage for the regular season at 54.88%, taking well over a thousand attempts. 543 words Dec. 17-23
  36. 1 point
    Welp it was an underwhelming opening season for JB Rift. It was more of a test the waters rookie VHLM season, as he was playing back up and wound up not getting that many starts. Rift, the GM goalie future for the Toronto Legion franchise will spend another season in the VHLM as he still works on trying to improve and progress his game. Thankfully he'll get plenty of opportunity to do that, as Finn Davison is set to go up to the main roster and Rift will be scheduled to take over full starter duties for Ottawa in Season 64. Ottawa's GM @diamond_ace feels that by having an underrated veteran goalie that he'll be able to get an edge, and do more than just be an underdog in S64. Ottawa is looking to compete and compete hard, so time will tell if Rift can be the backstop Ottawa needs in Season 64.
  37. 1 point
    BladeMaiden

    S64 WJC Commissioners

    Thanks, you have been so helpful with me getting involved in the league. It is nice to know you still have my back if I have questions!
  38. 1 point
    McWolf

    S64 WJC Commissioners

    I'm still there if you need me, but I'd rather the official title and job pay go to a newer member.
  39. 1 point
    BladeMaiden

    S64 WJC Commissioners

    I’m more than willing to take the reigns this year, just need to make sure I have access to all the google docs if your taking me back. I had a lot if fun doing the WJC last year with @McWolf and I’m sorry to hear he won’t be returning! But with this league we always have a lot of awesome active people to help out, I’ll be interested in your final decision.
  40. 1 point
    flyersfan1453

    Carles Puigdemont bio [2/2]

    Review: Ah, the one skater ahead of Smitty Werbenmanjensen in the S65 Draft Rankings 😛 . What a surprise that Carles has been considering "leaving Spain". Love the commentary on essential oils. Overall, I really enjoyed this biography. The story was unique and didn't follow the traditional "he was really good since he was 7 and is now joining the VHL(M)". Congrats on the Founder's Cup win with Saksatoon, and good luck next year and in the draft!
  41. 1 point
    I kind of called the Crosby thing before it happened
  42. 1 point
    Victor

    S63 VHL Entry Draft

    Portal link: https://vhlportal.com/teams/drafts/3 Red = VHL Hall of FamerS63, S64 = S63, S64 Continental Cup Champion, etc. Round 1 1. RIGA REIGN : D - Ryan Kastelic S63 2. NEW YORK AMERICANS (from Helsinki Titans): D - Joseph McWolf 3. HELSINKI TITANS (from New York Americans): LW - Julian Borwinn S66 4. HELSINKI TITANS (from Toronto Legion): D - Sidney Crosby S66 5. TORONTO LEGION (from Seattle Bears): D - Tzuyu S64, S65 6. NEW YORK AMERICANS (from HC Davos Dynamo): C - Scott Shawinganen 7. NEW YORK AMERICANS (from Quebec City Meute): RW - Dan Wilinsky 8. QUEBEC CITY MEUTE (from Calgary Wranglers): LW - Jose Gonzalez Round 2 9. SEATTLE BEARS (from Helsinki Titans): D - Mountain Thunderfist 10. HELSINKI TITANS (from New York Americans): G - Alexander Pepper S66 11. HELSINKI TITANS (from Toronto Legion): RW - Vaydar Odinsson 12. RIGA REIGN : RW - Rylan Peace 13. HELSINKI TITANS (from Seattle Bears): D - Jesse Wilson S66 14. HC DAVOS DYNAMO : G - Cole Mertz 15. QUEBEC CITY MEUTE : RW - Jorgon Weyed 16. RIGA REIGN (from Calgary Wranglers): RW - Kisshan Shan Round 3 17. HELSINKI TITANS : C - Chance Matthews 18. HELSINKI TITANS (from New York Americans): D - Toby Fitzgerald 19. TORONTO LEGION : LW - Chace Trepanier S64, S65 20. RIGA REIGN : C - Anthony Dabarno 21. HELSINKI TITANS (from Seattle Bears): RW - Wlodzimierz Zajaczkowski 22. TORONTO LEGION (from HC Davos Dynamo): G - Rhett Stoffiday 23. QUEBEC CITY MEUTE : C - Theodore Gauthier 24. QUEBEC CITY MEUTE (from Calgary Wranglers): LW - Randoms Round 4 25. HELSINKI TITANS : RW - Joey Boucher S65 26. NEW YORK AMERICANS : LW - King Gow 27. TORONTO LEGION : LW - Athanasios Andrianopoulos 28. RIGA REIGN : C - Nathan MacKinnon 29. HC DAVOS DYNAMO (from Seattle Bears): D - James Lombardi 30. HC DAVOS DYNAMO : G - Tyler Smith 31. QUEBEC CITY MEUTE : RW - Nikita Flipachyev 32. CALGARY WRANGLERS : RW - Rzerk
  43. 1 point
    Beketov

    S63 Off-Season Schedule

    @Victor not sure if we forgot to mention but this falls under the role of the award chair.
  44. 1 point
    VHL Bot

    OSL/OTT: S64

    Oslo receives: S64 OTT 1st Ottawa receives: S64 SSK 1st S64 OSL 4th This trade has been accepted by both parties.
  45. 1 point
    McWolf

    OSL/OTT: S64

    So Oslo has the top 2 picks?
  46. 1 point
    BOOMCHENKO™

    Time to bomb my draft stock

    Except for @Quik
  47. 1 point
    I even know that Burkina Faso used to be named Upper Volta. Do I get a bonus point? When my geography teacher told the class that about it's capital, I accused him of lying to us. For some reason, my grade wasn't as high as usual.
  48. 1 point
    eaglesfan036

    Time to bomb my draft stock

    bet you a few gms still don't read this or remember come draft day
  49. 1 point
    Sonnet

    S63 Off-Season Schedule

    Day after Christmas, we're right back at it. I like it. When is the VHLM draft scheduled for, or is that up to the VHLM commissioners?
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    .sniffuM

    S63 VHLM Achievement Tracker

    Alright, so before we get into our claims, I wanted to reiterate that it's important to follow the format posted in the OP to make this easier on whoever's compiling the list. The first sentence of the post reads "You must list your player name and position or else I will not be counting your tpe for you." I don't want to have to start enforcing this in the future. Anyways, hall monitor-time is over, let's give out some TPE! @Devise - 10 TPE @Rocketman04 - 10 TPE @BladeMaiden - 20 TPE @Poptart - 10 TPE @Thranduil - 14 TPE @Quik -16 TPE @Esso2264 - 17 TPE @joeyboucher1 - 11 TPE @nicolas01 - 16 TPE @Nykonax -18 TPE @DilIsPickle - 10 TPE @CurtisG93 - 10 TPE @Eparker24 - 13 TPE @Advantage - 17 TPE @Peace - 14 TPE @TMI - 10 TPE @StamkosFan - 10 TPE @hedgehog337 - 16 TPE @Sova - 12 TPE @Kisshan - 12 TPE @JohnnyT_77 - 18 TPE @Philliefan - 10 TPE @Matt_O - 10 TPE @wcats - 10 TPE @monkeywrench15 - 20 TPE @JG10 - 13 TPE @Stoffiday - 20 TPE @Gooningitup - 15 TPE @Joubo - 17 TPE @Sohva - 10 TPE @majesiu - 20 TPE @RyanZabby - 13 TPE @TacticalHammer - ineligible to claim as a S65 prospect Enjoy!
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