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  1. 5 points
    lmao get fucked seattle miserable franchise
  2. 3 points
    Sonnet

    Keaton Louth Rule

    Thank you @Nykonax for a summary of this thread, in meme form.
  3. 2 points
    Fuck yeah, one more finals Stopko
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    Remarkably, this series by Stopko doesn't even register on this list (cut-off: .930 sv%): https://vhlforum.com/topic/35246-greatest-goaltending-performances-in-single-playoff-series/ It's the 7-2 game which lets him down, despite 66 saves. So to record this achievement somewhere, I should note that his 277 saves against Seattle are higher than anyone else on that list. He does now have the best wildcard round performance.
  5. 2 points
    Guess I was unfortunately correct in my MS stating TO may surprise everyone. Congrats TO, and to us for putting forth a valiant effort.
  6. 2 points
    This is Toronto's revenge for S59 tbh. Also, is Devise really gonna win a cup and jump ship before a rebuild? This can't be allowed to happen.
  7. 2 points
    WOOO! GG @Banackock and Seattle, tough break because seriously holy hell did we ever steal this series. Even when Stopko plays only okay like in this one our offense just clutch couldn't get equal or even comparable performances out of Sterling. Look at that third though, outshot 20-7 and we stay tied. Feel for you though Bek, Thompson showed up tonight but just couldn't get the lead,
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    The Moscow Menace are projected to pick 6th overall so keeping that in mind i will make some predictions of its opening line up and who to watch for. First off is Evgeni Komarov How he was aquired: Seattle expansion draft pick. Seasons Left:7 Player Type: Defensive defender/Enforcer Evgeni Komarov is probably one of the closest things to a lock. The only thing that could prevent this is the Bears deciding to keep him after all. Though i don't see them doing this. Evgeni is a Russia born player, who will instantly become a fan favourite for his style of play. Just this past season with the Ottawa Lynx Komarov set a VHLM record for PIMs, he also topped the leader boards for hits. He is going to be a welfare/radio earner as well as practice facility. Which puts him in the 8 TPE a week range. Which will make him a solid player but likely not a star. However he will hold the other team accountable and bring a fun time to the team. Karl Von Moltke How we was acquired: Calgary expansion pick Seasons Left: 5 Player Type: Depth Scoring Winger Once a highly touted prospect, he has disappeared into the abyss of inactivity. If he comes back this could be a huge steal. If not he just projects as a solid depth winger till the team builds a full roster and squeezes him out. Kostin Mulligan How he was acquired: Vancouver expansion draft pick Seasons left: 5 Player Type: Physical defensive winger Mulligan is going to be the catalyst of the offense if he is available. That is a bit of a problem because well, hes not very offensive. He will out hit Komarov, and plays as good defense at this stage in Komarovs career. However, his offense is lacking, its not awful but when he projects to be one of the best players on the team that could be a bit of an issue Dan Ballie How he was acquired: Davos expansion draft pick Seasons left: 7 Player Type: Scoring Winger He is probably the best offensive tool, to this point he a slow burning prospect who well he has more TPE than Komarov its only due to the hold out. He projects to be a very solid second line winger if he continues to progress at the pace he has to this point. Dan Montgomery How he was aquired: Helsinki expansion draft pick Seasons left: 5 Player type: Two way center Montgomery is the only center picked to this point. His build also gives him the best chance to be the star offensive player on this team. Pairing him with Baillie, Mulligan brings a dynamic together each have different strengths. A steady earner he likely will be the number 1 center for a few seasons depending on how drafting goes. Erik Parker How he was acquired: New York expansion draft pick Seasons left: 7 Player Type: Two way defensemen Another slow burning prospect, he is a solid defender when it comes to moving the puck, shooting, defense, and skater. Hes is ying to Komarovs yang, Both project to be 2nd pairing guys on contenders so being different builds could be great for the team. That is as long as he continues to grow as a prospect. Kissan Shan How he was aquired: Riga expansion draft pick. Seasons left: 6 Player Type: Two way winger Based on the roster early on he likely lines up beside Mulligan, Montgomery on the top line. He is a very balanced build passing and scoring which is a double edged sword in the Sim. However he is a solid young prospect earning at a decent rate. He could project to be a 1st/2nd line winger down the road if he keeps earning. Lew Brostein How he was aquired: Toronto expansion draft pick Seasons left: 4 Player Type: Defensive defender All he's put into is checking and defense really. Hes the oldest of the projected picks, and is probably the least active minus Moltke whose inactive. He will likely line up on the second pair, just given the other 2 Komarov and Parker are at least more active. Elasamobranch Fish How he was acquired: 6th overall in the upcoming draft. Seasons Left: 8 Player Type: Defensive defender This obvious can change based on how the lotto goes they can pick anywhere from 4th to 9th(how i have not a clue). So we are going to just piggy pack off the scouting networks projection of 6th overall. Fish has been a very steady earner, his build sadly is very similar to both Komarov, and Brostein but hes younger and earning TPE at a very solid rate. Joe Nixon How he was aquired: 15th overall this past draft Seasons left: 8 Player Type: Goalie Nixon is a huge TPE earning beast, but due to overcrowding in net. He falls, to the Menace who know a good goalie will fall to them hence why the avoid picking one in the first round. Nixon looks like the potential number 1 goalie if he continues to earn at this current pace. Opening line up projection: Left Wing- Center - Right Wing Mulligan- Montgomery - Shan Baillie- draft pick/FA/CPU- Moltke Left Defense - Right Defense Komarov - Fish Parker- Brostein Nixon Overall its a young roster with plenty of holes to fill and players needing to grow into their roles. However its a solid expansion starting point to build on the coming seasons.
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    Thranduil

    Madden with Davos [1/2]

    +6 TPE
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    Beaviss

    S64 All-Star Game

    ARROYO SCORES AND INCREASES THE LEAD ITS 9-6 TEAM HEDGE
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    RIGAAA!!! Let's do it in 7!
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    Beaviss

    S64 All-Star Game

  13. 1 point
    GG, Seattle. You could only guess I'm pretty happy about winning this series.
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    Beaviss

    S64 All-Star Game

    45 minutes till stream goes live
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    The Calgary Wranglers were one of the original teams in the VHL and have enjoyed success on multiple occasions. Are they the most successful VHL franchise of all time though? Let's take a look at their history prior to S20 where the indexes let us go back. VHL Championships - 9 The Calgary Wranglers had won 5 Continental Cups in the VHL's first 19 seasons in Season 2, Season 3, Season 8, Season Season 18 and Season 19. As we can tell the team has 2 back to back championships on their docket with a lone win coming in Season 8. The Calgary Wranglers had won 26.3% of the Continental Cup's in this time period and were a team many wanted to play for. Season 2 Championship Roster C - Brad Janssen LW - Scott Boulet (C) RW - Brett Slobodzian RW - Alex Watson D - Doug Schneider (A) D - Sterling Labatte (A) D - Tommy Brown D - Lucas Smith G - Joseph Baker Season 3 Championship Roster C - Ondrej Skokan C - Edward Holm LW - Scott Boulet (C) LW - Edward Eldred RW - Brett Slobodzian RW - Alex Watson D - Sterling Labatte (A) D - Doug Schneider (A) D - Joey Kendrick D - Tommy Brown G - Robert Sharpe Season 8 Championship Roster C - Edward Holm C - Robbie Zimmers C - David Knight LW - Josh Vestiquan LW - Miroslav Ladic RW - Devon Marlow-Marta (A) RW - Ace Lightning D - Sterling Labatte (C) D - Doug Schneider (A) D - Giddy McFly D - Pavel Kurakov G - Max Weinstein Season 18 Championship Roster C - Lars Berger (A) LW - J.D. Stormwall (C) LW - Jardy Bunclewirth LW - Matthew Gunnarsson RW - Mikka Virkkunen RW - Juha Ikonen RW - Rhett Gouldhawke D - Alexander Sauve (A) D - Hiro Renomitsu D - Bryton Guerequeta D - Greg Eagleowski G - Demetrjusz Dudek Season 19 Championship Roster C - Lars Berger (A) C - Jardy Bunclewirth LW - J.D. Stormwall (C) LW - Matthew Gunnarsson RW - Mikka Virkkunen RW - Rhett Gouldhawke D - Alexander Sauve (A) D - Matt Bailey D - Ryley Dawson D - Kristian Asgard G - Zach Voss Season 23 Championship Roster C - Biggie Shakur C - Jake Steen LW - Jardy Bunclewirth [A] LW - Evgeni Fyodorov RW - Mathias Chouinard [C] RW - Roman Andreev [A] D - Dante Terragni D - Lars Intranquilo D - Jon Cruze D - Jeff Dar G - Joey Clarence Season 30 Championship Winning Roster C - Alexander Chershenko [C] C - Leeroy Jenkins C - Clark Marcellin LW - Volodymyr Rybak [A] RW - Yuri Grigorenko RW - Nikolai Chershenko D - Vladimir Boomchenko [A] D - Ryan Sullivan D - Klaus Muller D - Jim Gow G - Marius Henchoz Season 44 Championship Roster C - Tyler Cote [A] C - Tim TebowGow LW - Rami Jakobssen LW - Marcus Hurley [C] RW - Sachimo Zoidberg RW - Jackson Miller RW - Teuvo Ruutu D - Jaime Hill [A] D - Nicklas Karlsson D - Michael Clardy D - Kerkko Hyvarinen G - Hans Wingate Season 62 Championship Roster C - Jasper Canmore C - Johannes Vihjalmsson LW - Oyorra Arroyo LW - Evan R. Lawson RW - Keaton Louth RW - Niko Bogdanovic D - Mats Johnsson D - Peter Quill D - Cayden Saint D - Jesper Stromberg G - Norris Stopko As you can tell, these Wrangler teams were loaded with VHL HoFers including some of the bigger names like Lars Berger, Jardy Buclewirth, J.D Stormwall, Sterling Labatte, Scott Boulet, Brett Slobodzian and Brett Slobodzian. Other great players in their own right (some lesser known HoFers) are Alexander Sauve, Matt Bailey, Zach Voss, Doug Schneider, Devon-Marlow Marta, Robbie Zimmers, Josh Vestiquan, David Knight and Alex Watson. The Season 23 iteration of the Wranglers had some great players like Bunclewirth and Mathias Chouinard (who is fisted anally by a circus monkey from the HoF btw) and Dante Terragni on defense. Joey Clarence on the back end has been great the past two seasons. Regular Season Record/Playoff Record Record (after S20): 792 GP | 310 W | 437 L | 45 OTL | 665 P | 2,218 GF | 3,031 GA Season 20 Regular Season Record: 72 GP | 17 W | 52 L | 3 OTL | 37 P | 306 GF | 481 GA Season 21 Regular Season Record: 72 GP | 25 W | 44 L | 3 OTL | 53 P | 250 GF | 298 GA Season 22 Regular Season Record: 72 GP | 44 W | 20 L | 8 OTL | 96 P | 241 GF | 192 GA Season 23 Regular Season Record: 72 GP | 46 W | 22 L | 4 OTL | 96 P | 230 GF | 158 GA Season 24 Regular Season Record: 72 GP | 20 W | 47 L | 5 OTL | 45 P | 121 GF | 271 GA Season 25 Regular Season Record: 72 GP | 10 W | 61 L | 1 OTL | 21 P | 133 GF | 348 GA Season 26 Regular Season Record: 72 GP | 10 W | 61 L | 1 OTL | 21 P | 143 GF | 371 GA Season 27 Regular Season Record: 72 GP | 11 W | 56 L | 5 OTL | 27 P | 160 GF | 394 GA Season 28 Regular Season Record: 72 GP | 46 W | 23 L | 3 OTL | 95 P | 239 GF | 182 GA Season 29 Regular Season Record: 72 GP | 36 W | 30 L | 6 OTL | 78 P | 184 GF | 172 GA Season 30 Regular Season Record: 72 GP | 45 W | 21 L | 6 OTL | 96 P | 211 GF | 164 GA Record (after Season 20): 37 GP | 22 W | 12 L | 3 OTL | 1-1 vs Toronto Legion, 1-1 Seattle Bears, 1-0 vs Helsinki Titans, 1-0 vs HC Davos Dynamo Season 22 Playoffs - 7 GP | 3 W | 4 L | 0 OTL | lost to Toronto Legion Season 23 Playoffs - 12 GP | 8 W | 3 L | 1 OTL | beat Toronto Legion, beat Helsinki Titans Season 28 Playoffs - 3 W | 3 L | 1 OTL | lost to Seattle Bears Season 30 Playoffs - 11 GP | 8 W | 2 L | 1 OTL | beat HC Davos Dynamo, beat Seattle Bears Awards Victory Cup (Best Regular Season Record) - 9 Times Season 1 - 69-3-0 (138 Points) Season 3 - 61-6-5 (127 Points) Season 8 - 57-12-3 (117 Points) Season 9 - 56-12-4 (116 Points) Season 19 - 56-14-2 (114 Points) Season 31 - 59-8-5 (123 Points) Season 51 - 64-4-4 (132 Points) Season 61 - (109 Points) Season 62 - (123 Points) The Wranglers won 5 of the 19 Victory Cup's in the VHL with probably something that won't ever be beat and that is the 69-3 season they had in S1. Overall, the Wranglers were always one of the top teams in the league for the most part always being in contention for the Victory Cup. Devon Marlow-Marta Award (Western Conference Champions) - 13 Times S1, S2, S3, S6, S7, S8, S18, S19, S23, S34, S44, S45, S46 The Calgary Wranglers won the west 8 times in 19 season including 6 times in the first 8 seasons. The Wranglers to put it kindly, owned the VHL in the early decade. With a S23 win, the Wranglers bump up to 9 time finalist for the Continental Cup. Scotty Campbell Award (MVP) - 9 Times Season 1 - Brett Slobodzian - 72 GP | 79 G | 92 A | 171 P | +103 Season 3 - Brett Slobodzian - 72 GP | 76 G | 78 A | 154 P | +103 Season 6 - Scott Boulet - 72 GP | 65 G | 74 A | 139 P | +65 Season 18 - Mikka Virkkunen - 72 GP | 65 G | 82 A | 147 P | +65 Season 19 - Jardy Bunclewirth - 72 GP | 45 G | 75 A | 120 P | +44 Season 31 - Volodymyr Rybak - 72 GP | 66 G | 81 A | 147 P | +74 Season 33 - Jarvis Baldwin - 72 GP | 68 G | 70 A | 138 P | +70 Season 34 - Alexander Chershenko - 72 GP | 55 G | 70 A | 125 P | +69 (nice) Season 35 - Michal Wozniak - 72 GP | 72 G | 82 A | 154 P | +75 The Scotty Campbell Award has been awarded to the Calgary Franchise 5 times in the first 19 seasons with Brett Slobodzian taking the award twice with a 155 G, 170 A for 325 P in just 144 games. The Wranglers MVP winners lowest totals were in S19 with Bunclewirth who had 120 P and a +44 which would be career highs for anyone in todays VHL, this is basically what Bunclewirth averaged in his career in the old high scoring ways of the VHL. Brett Slobodzian Award (Most Outstanding Player, as voted on by the members) - 7 Times Season 18 - Mikka Virkkunen - 25 Votes Season 19 - Jardy Bunclewirth - 16 votes Season 31 - Alexander Chershenko - 15 Votes Season 33 - Jarvis Baldwin - 19 Votes Season 34 - Alexander Chershenko - 14 Votes Season 35 - Michal Wozniak - 35 Votes Season 61 - Norris Stropko - 15 Votes The Slobodzian award wasn't awarded until S11 so to have 2 players win in 9 seasons, is pretty impressive. Daisuke Kanou Award (Playoff MVP) - 13 Times Season 2 - Brett Slobodzian - 13 G | 12 A | 25 P | +3 Season 6 - Sterling Labatte - 5 G | 14 A | 19 P | +4 Season 8 - Sterling Labatte - 7 G | 8 A | 15 P | +6 Season 18 - J.D Stormwall - 9 G | 7 A | 16 P | +4 Season 19 - Zach Voss - 8 W | 1 L | 0 OTL | 2.12 G.A.A | 0.932 SV% Season 23 - Mathias Chouinard - 9 G | 10 A | 19 P | +9 Season 30 - Alexander Chershenko - 9 G | 8 A | 17 P | +4 Season 34 - Alexander Chershenko - 18 G | 18 A | 36 P | +2 Season 44 - Tyler Cote - 8 G | 23 A | 31 P | +22 Season 45 - Hans Wingate - 11 W | 5 L | 0 OTL | 1.94 G.A.A | 0.936 SV% Season 46 - Milos Denis - 10 G | 12 A | 22 P | +16 Season 62 - Keaton Louth - 7 G | 11 A | 18 P | +10 Season 63 - Norris Stropko - 6 W | 4 L | 2 OTL | 2.50 G.A.A | 0.938 SV% Again, we start to notice a trend as 5 times a Wrangler player won a award. This time the Kanou as playoff MVP was won on 5 different occasions with defenseman Sterling Labatte taking the award in S6 and S8. Slobodzian had himself a playoff with 25 points in what memory serves me correct was like 12 games. Mathias Chouinard adds to his impressive legacy with a S23 Kanou Trophy with 9 goals and 19 points. Mike Szatkowski Award (Top Point Scorer) - 11 Times Season 1 - Brett Slobodzian - 171 P Season 3 - Brett Slobodzian - 153 P Season 18 - Mikka Virkkunen - 147 P Season 19 - Jardy Bunclewirth - 120 P Season 21 - Jardy Bunclewirth - 136 P Season 24 - Mathias Chouinard - 124 P Season 31 - Volodymyr Rybak - 147 P Season 33 - Jarvis Baldwin - 138 P Season 34 - Alexander Chershenko - 125 P Season 35 - Michal Wozniak - 154 P Season 51 - Aleksi Koponen - 135 P S-s-s-streak broken. This time only 4 Wranglers won the Szatkowski with Slobodzian claiming 50% of them. We see the gradual climb of better players all around as the high scoring early days compared to the scoring we have no as the gradual decline of leading point scorers in Calgary history. Kevin Brooks Award (Top Goal Scorer) - 10 Times Season 1 - Brett Slobodzian - 79 Goals Season 3 - Brett Slobodzian - 76 Goals Season 12 - Matt Bentz - 61 Goals Season 18 - Mikka Virkkunen - 65 Goals Season 29 - Alexander Chershenko - 49 Goals Season 31 - Alexander Chershenko | Volodymyr Rybak - 66 Goals Season 33 - Jarvis Baldwin - 68 Goals Season 34 - Alexander Chershenko - 55 Goals Season 35 - Michal Wozniak - 72 Goals Season 45 - Bismarck Koenig - 53 Goals New streak? We have 4 player again win the Brooks Award for Top Goal Scorer. The greatness of Brett Slobodzian continues to shine as he scored 79 and 76 goals to claim 50% of the awards won in this category. Bentz is the 'lowest' entry with 61 goals while Mikka contributes with his 65. Alexander Beketov Award (Top Assists) - 10 Times Season 1 - Brett Slobodzian - 92 Assists Season 3 - Brett Slobodzian - 78 Assists Season 5 - Joey Kendrick - 112 Assists Season 19 - Matt Bailey - 88 Assists Season 29 - Vladimir Boomchenko - 79 Assists Season 31 - Ryan Sullivan - 101 Assists Season 33 - Clark Marcellin - 88 Assists Season 35 - Clark Marellin - 96 Assists Season 51 - Black Velvet - 98 Assists Season 62 - Jasper Canmore - 96 Assists The Wranglers claimed 3 of the first 5 Beketov's before not winning one all the way until S19. Once more, Slobo wins 2 of the 4 but Joey Kendrick comes in with 112 which might still be a team record. Sterling Labatte Award (Top Defenseman) - 14 Times Season 1 - Sterling Labatte - 16 G | 86 A | 102 P | +93 | 77 H | 93 SB Season 5 - Joey Kendrick - 22 G | 112 A | 134 P | +67 | 35 H | 113 SB Season 7 - Sterling Labatte - 32 G | 71 A | 103 P | +41 | 101 H | 129 SB Season 8 - Sterling Labatte - 32 G | 82 A | 114 P | +67 | 74 H | 123 SB Season 15 - Alexander Sauve - 35 G | 66 A | 101 P | -10 | 196 H | 175 SB Season 19 - Matt Bailey - 29 G | 88 A | 117 P | +31 | 169 H | 159 SB Season 22 - Dante Terragni - 20 G | 59 A | 79 P | +32 | 211 H | 139 SB Season 24 - Dante Terragni - 20 G | 62 A | 82 P | +27 | 143 H | 151 SB Season 31 - Ryan Sullivan - 20 G | 101 A | 121 P | +74 | 194 H | 127 SB Season 35 - Clark Marcellin - 21 G | 96 A | 117 P | +48 | 277 H | 182 SB Season 38 - Godavari Yumalatopinto - 31 G | 63 A | 94 P | -26 | 385 H | 215 SB Season 51 - Black Velvet - 23 G | 98 A | 121 P | +92 | 221 H | 95 SB Season 52 - Black Velvet - 21 G | 65 A | 86 P | +60 | 186 H | 83 SB Season 63 - Mats Johnsson - 25 G | 70 A | 95 P | +61 | 285 H | 123 SB Well when the Award is named after the player, you will find out that Labatte spent his whole 9 season career in Calgary. Yes 9 season, he was apart of the S1 Supplemental Draft which had players who didn't declare for the Entry Draft in time. Supplemental players were able to play in S1 and have it not count as a season played against the 8 season rule. Labatte won 3 of the 6 Labatte's that the Wranglers won over this time. Well 5 1/2 since Sauve counts as a 1/2 as he was traded by Calgary during the season. Alexander Valiq Award (Top Offensive Defenseman) - 1 Time Season 61 - Mats Johnsson - 25 G | 70 A | 95 P | +51 Jake Wylde Award (Top Defensive Defenseman) - 2 Times Season 62 - Mats Johnsson - 24 G | 89 A | 113 P | +68 | 223 H | 150 SB Season 63 - Mats Johnsson - 25 G | 70 A | 95 P | +61 | 285 H | 123 SB Aidan Shaw Award (Top Goaltender) - 7 Times Season 7 - Adrian McCreath - 44 W | 20 L | 6 OTL | 2.53 G.A.A | 0.935 SV% | 3 SO Season 19 - Zach Voss - 50 W | 12 L | 2 OTL | 2.28 G.A.A | 0.919 SV% | 6 SO Season 30 - Marius Henchoz - 40 W | 19 L | 5 OTL | 1.93 G.A.A | 0.921 SV% | 8 SO Season 44 - Hans Wingate - 40 W | 18 L | 6 OTL | 2.07 G.A.A | 0.923 SV% | 7 SO Season 46 - Hans Wingate - 49 W | 20 L | 3 OTL | 2.05 G.A.A | 0.923 SV% | 11 SO Season 61 - Norris Stopko - 49 W | 14 L | 1 OTL | 1.64 G.A.A | 0.932 SV% | 14 SO Season 62 - Norris Stopko - 55 W | 6 L | 3 OTL | 1.83 G.A.A | 0.928 SV% | 9 SO Amazing that throughout the first 19 seasons, only Zach Voss won the Award. Scott Boulet Award (Best Defensive Forward) - 7 Times Season 1 - Scott Boulet - 53 G | 79 A | 132 P | +107 | 132 H | 7 SB Season 2 - Scott Boulet - 60 G | 59 A | 119 P | +63 | 133 H | 23 SB Season 5 - Scott Boulet - 57 G | 73 A | 130 P | +64 | 134 H | 36 SB Season 6 - Scott Boulet - 65 G | 74 A | 139 P | +65 | 134 H | 50 SB Season 18 - J.D Stormwall - 61 G | 63 A | 124 P | +57 | 314 H | 44 SB Season 19 - J.D Stormwall - 48 G | 53 A | 101 P | +48 | 283 H | 37 SB Season 35 - Voloymyr Rybak - 64 G | 73 A | 137 P | +62 | 260 H | 65 SB The Wranglers won 6 of the first 19 Boulet awards with the namesake winning 4. Stormwall winning in back to back seasons is equally incredible. Christian Stolzschweiger Award (Top Rookie) - 8 Times Season 9 - Matt Bentz - 29 G | 56 A | 85 P | +28 Season 11 - Leander Kaelin - 30 G | 52 A | 82 P | -15 Season 17 - Matthew Gunnarsson - 38 G | 63 A | 101 P | +34 Season 18 - Jardy Bunclewirth - 54 G | 78 A | 132 P | +60 Season 21 - Jon Cruze - 21 G | 63 A | 84 P | -9 Season 22 - Evgeny Fyodorov - 44 G | 47 A | 91 P | +24 Season 29 - Ryan Sullivan - 19 G | 55 A | 74 P | +27 Season 38 - Travis Boychuk - 35 G | 68 A | 103 P | -1 The Wranglers as a team won 4 Stolzy awards with Bentz and Bunclewirth being the names that standout. Dustin Funk Award (Most Improved) - 8 Times Season 29 - Vladimir Boomchenko Season 31 - Ryan Sullivan Season 35 - Michal Wozniak Season 38 - Godavari Yumalatopinto Season 46 - Tim TebowGow Season 51 - Tyson Kohler Season 59 - Jasper Canmore Season 61 - Norris Stopko David Knight Award (Top GM) - 10 Times Season 2 - Brett Slobodzian Season 7 - Scott Boulet Season 18 - Matt Bentz Season 19 - Matt Bentz Season 23 - Jardy Bunclewirth Season 28 - Jason Glasser Season 30 - Jason Glasser Season 34 - Jason Glasser Season 44 - Austin Gow Season 57 - Austin Gow The David Knight Trophy was won by 3 different men on 4 occasions. Bentz winning back to back Continental Cups in S18 and 19 has him as the only back to back winner in team history but with the way some of these Wrangler teams were built, you have to wonder why they only won 4 in 19 seasons especially in the first decade. Jardy adds his name to the list of Calgary GM's to win the Knight Trophy with his Wranglers winning the S23 Continental Cup. Grimm Jonsson Award (Top Leader) - 4 Times Season 6 - Sterling Labatte Season 7 - Sterling Labatte Season 16 - Demetrjusz Dudek Season 23 - Jardy Bunclewirth Not surprising to see Sterling win 2 of the but surprising to see Dudek win the award in S16 as top leader as I don't remember his username. I have a feeling it is Fernando but we won't speak much about him. Jardy also adds his a Grimm to his Award cabinet with the S23 version of the trophy. Mikka Virkkunen Award (Most Sportsmanlike Player) - 8 Times Season 3 - Brett Slobodzian Season 4 - Alex Watson Season 6 - Devon Marlow-Marta Season 16 - Mikka Virkkunen Season 17 - Mikka Virkkunen Season 19 - Mikka Virkkunen Season 31 - Yuri Grigorenko Season 32 - Yuri Grigorenko Finally, everyone's fav award, the Top Pussy award. The name sake won 3 of the 6 in a 4 season span but also 3 Wranglers from S3 to S6 won the award as well giving the Wranglers 6 Virkkunens. Trophy Total: 160 The Wranglers have won each of these award 71 times over the course of 19 seasons which is a average of 3.73 awards per season for the Wranglers. I wish I can break this down further but this is what we got for now. This was all used with the Portal and I got what I could from it. Hope you enjoyed a quik history lesson. claiming for just 1 week as the meaningful writing on this piece is around 500 words. Calgary Wranglers Season 20 Calgary Wranglers Season 21 Calgary Wranglers Season 22 Calgary Wranglers Season 23 Calgary Wranglers Season 24 Calgary Wranglers Season 25 Calgary Wranglers Season 26 Calgary Wranglers Season 27 Calgary Wranglers Season 28 Calgary Wranglers Season 29 Calgary Wranglers Season 30
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    Quik

    Semi-Finals 2 - Game 6: Riga vs Helsinki

    Maybe we should start HSK G, then bring you in relief?
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    WeaponX

    Jack

    I woke up in a hospital bed. I had no idea how I got there, I wasn't in any pain or anything, I just couldn't remember why I was there. Really I could only remember a few things; my dad, his face and his clothes. I remember he brought me a comic book, X-men, the cover said "The Dark Phoenix saga." And then the hockey rink. I remember the gold and yellow flags waving in the banners. The smile on his face when my eyes went up looking for him after I scored. And that's it. It wasn't long before the nurses came in and asked me if I knew what happened to me and what name was. My head was horribly scarred. Like a wolf had slashed me a cross the face. Not full on disfigurement, but enough that no one from my past would ever be able to recognize me. I think back: In my memory, when I scored, the announcer gives my name but it's too muffled. The best guess I can come up with is Jack. So let's go with Jack. I tell the nurses and they recommend a doctor to me for amnesia recovery. Then the hospital gave me my clothes back; no wallet, no phone, no keys, nothing to go on except a couple 100 dollar bills stuffed in my jacket pocket. I looked in the mirror, I imagine I'm about 30. 30 and clueless. What else was I supposed to do other than the only thing I knew brought me joy? What do you do when you can't remember where you're supposed to be? At the rink, I rented skates and a helmet. I grabbed a stick that felt right and jumped onto the ice. A couple of guys said I looked familiar, but they couldn't put a finger on it. I immediately fell into a rhythym. Like I belonged there. While we played who I was didn't matter anymore, I got lost in the game. After I dropped the rental equipment off with the teenager at the front desk, a few of the guys asked me to come out and play on their men's league team. Those games went well and I guess people took notice because I ended up getting a little following on the internet. I don't really bother myself with it to much but people in the stands kept making videos. And they say I should try and enter a draft to play professionally. I wonder if my dad is still out there. Do I have siblings? Where am I from and how did I get here? I have so much to put together with no leads to start from. Holding onto that one memory with my father, at least I know my path. I'm just going to play hockey, because it is all I know. No matter what comes of my time in the VHL I look forward to getting my story out there. Maybe the world can help me put the pieces back together. Maybe someone will recognize me.
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    Said exactly like someone who doesn't score goals
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    I have a pretty decent brand contract with UB Games too, guess it is my treat! Lol
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    Victor

    Semi-Finals 2 - Game 6: Riga vs Helsinki

    Kallis redemption arc almost complete.
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    One of the main reasons why I joined Oslo was they were almost a lock to make at least the wild card round and I wanted to get a taste of playoff hockey this season. We knew that Saskatoon wasn’t going to be a push over and would give us a tough time and that was evident in the first game as it went to overtime and we had a big second period in the second game which helped to pull away from them and give us the series win. Overall, I was happy with my play and I scored two out of the eleven goals we scored in the series. I was able to get 4 shots on goal in both games and get good looks at the net. Going against Vegas in the semifinals was a battle and it opened my eyes to just how tight checking and how much the focus on defense there is in the playoffs. We were certainly a little shell shocked in the first game but I thought we played them tough in game 2 and showed them we were not going to go down without a fight. I was pointless in the first game and scored the only goal in the second game on the power play. Both of our home games were heartbreakers especially game 4 in double overtime and I was disappointed to not get any points in either game, but the experience I gained for myself was key and I hope to use that with whatever team drafts me in the offseason!
  24. 1 point
    I did everything I could, still not enough and the cupless drought continues. Stopko killed us.
  25. 1 point
    you only played 61 games? damn i am changing it
  26. 1 point
    Nah , don’t bother. As your boss I don’t want to censor you. But as a player i just wanted to mention I did well for a goalie who played 61 games
  27. 1 point
    BOOMCHENKO™

    Teams I want to play for

    If that's where you'd be happiest and it keeps you interested and active, good luck to you.
  28. 1 point
    Nykonax

    Kandee Cain Interview

    bet
  29. 1 point
    One more win Helsinki, come on. Let's put this away.
  30. 1 point
    Beaviss

    Keaton Louth Rule

    correction: Iseult/ Palo I accepted my fate
  31. 1 point
    and that 6 shot win by ottawa lol
  32. 1 point
    troy

    Keaton Louth Rule

    ilu uzi
  33. 1 point
    troy

    Keaton Louth Rule

    from what i could gather in this thread, neither grammar nor logic are exactly his strong suits
  34. 1 point
    Yo like for real. Did you see this shit? Technically Halifax loses on a 7th goal, even though their goalie only gave up 6. Gritty scored an empty netter, to put us up by two and then Halifax freeking scored 2 goals in the last minute to tie it, only to lose it within the first 3 minutes of overtime. Super silly game, as silly as it goes I'd say. VHLM playoffs them harsh momentum swings. Where any stretch of a minute or two can literally change the course of an entire game forever.
  35. 1 point
    eaglesfan036

    Teams I want to play for

    Teams I don't want to play for: 1) Davos 2) Moscow
  36. 0 points
    Next stop, Vegas boys!
  37. 0 points
    I haven’t even seen the finals since Miller (so 3 and a half careers). I’m starting to get used to it.
  38. 0 points
    jRuutu

    Keaton Louth Rule

    When you made GMs and people know this is the year when punishments will be handed out in full force - before this season? There is no benefit, that is the point. Some people just like to see what happens when they do option A instead of option B. The integrity of the league should always be questioned when something like this happens. If I take the time and try to be active in this league, but then when the final show is about to start with playoffs, something is directly blocking me from fully enjoying the experience, I´m going to moan about it.
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