Smarch

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  1. Happy birthday Philip @Phil
  2. I enjoy your soft hands handling my d
  3. I think cause they didn’t win, 😂. I mean at least this way people had a chance rather than spam. That’s why I didn’t agree with the spam you needed to do to earn the old practice facility as well. It’s mostly nonsense
  4. Lol check the Lottery thread. I ran a system where you voted and got entered and people didn’t like it.
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    Reapers

    Get off Facebook you cranky bastard
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    Reapers

    Reapers General Manager Philadelphia has now been in the VHLM for two seasons, after being awarded a franchise before the start of the Season Sixty-Five season. Since the team entered the VHLM the team has been lead by @BladeMaiden, a member I didn’t have much contact with before being drafted by the Reapers this off-season. From my short time around the team in the team discord and locker-room, I fully believe the team is in great hands. Blade is consistently drumming up conversations in the discord and is very responsive to questions posed by the Reapers roster. I have been around the league a long time and have had many great General Managers, and many not so great General Managers, and while Blade may show her passion time to time on the forum and rub some the wrong way, I can’t say enough good things about her and her abilities as a General Manager. I’m excited for the year to continue and what lies ahead for the great roster that was assembled in Philadelphia. With the work that Blade inputs on a daily basis I am really hoping that we can reward her and bring a cup home for her.
  7. 1- We also voted for team captain, what do you think of the way the vote was blind? Would you change that for next season? The blind vote was fine. Allowed for a unbiased vote, I mean it still was a popularity contest, but at least this way people could vote for who their friend/buddy voted for. I would rather see a GM pick captains, but that is my preference. 2-Reapers are picking a Mascot this season, How would you narrow down the choices? Something that first off is family friendly. You don’t want something that will scare off kids, as kids are the ones that get the most out of mascots. Other than that something unique 3-Who is your new locker room buddy, who are you saving the locker next to you for? I mean I most likely keep to myself the most out of our roster. I will talk to anyone in the roster but I did take the locker and the locker beside me just so I didn’t get someone annoying beside me. 4-Why did you pick your jersey number? Number 27 was the number my grandfather wore duing his career as well as my father, so I really am just continuing on with the family tradition. 5-Worst topping to put on a pizza? Vegetables. If I wanted vegetables I would eat a salad. 6-How would you describe your players persona? Quiet no nonsense type of player. I try to let my play do the talking.
  8. Reapers Time The Season Sixty-Six VHLM season is finally underway and the Philadelphia Reapers have been playing pretty well so far. The Reapers have played in a league high six games so far this season and have put together a 5-0-1 record in those six games. In a season with high expectations the Reapers are so far looking like the team everyone thought they would be at this point in the season. Today we’ll look at some of the key contributors in the first six games the Reapers have appeared in. Walter Clements (Season Sixty-Six Draftee - New York Americans): @cpetrella Clements is a holdover from the Season Sixty-Five Reapers roster, a season where they won a lowly eleven games in that inaugural season. Clements went through the tough times last season, which makes his team leading ten points in six games even sweeter for the young center-man. Clements is playing as the top line center at the beginning of the season, a line that has been responsible for twenty-six points during the first six games. With a lot of season still ahead for the Reapers, fans of the Philadelphia based franchise hope that Clements will continue on his current scoring pace. Kyle Sabertooth (Season Sixty-Six Draftee - Vancouver Wolves): @uphillmoss Sabertooth joined the Reapers before the beginning of the Season Sixty-Six season as a VHLM free agent, something that doesn’t happen much in the league anymore. Sabertooth wasn’t selected in the VHLM Dispersal Draft due to a technical error regarding his practice hour eligibility, but thankfully the Reapers General Manager made right on others mistakes around the league and grabbed Sabertooth. Sabertooth has been well worth the signing and taking up the only active free agent slot teams in the VHLM are allowed. So far in the six games Sabertooth has appeared in with the Reapers, he has put up four goals and five assists. The scouting report on Sabertooth is that he is billed as a very talented offensive player, something that is clear to those that watch him play his game on a nightly basis. Sabertooth finds himself currently on the top line for the Reapers along with Clements and Bjorn Scoringsonn, something that should help with his offensive production throughout the season as well. Sabertooth and the first line will be heavily relied upon as the season moves on. Kolur Bjoernsson (Season Sixty-Six Draftee - Helsinki Titans): @jblock3 What may be the steal of the Season Sixty-Six VHLM Dispersal Draft, Reapers starting goaltender Kolur Bjoernsson was mister irrelevant, selected with the last pick in the draft. Usually when you are selected in the Fifteenth Round in a professional sports draft, you don’t find yourself with a starting position right away. Bjoernsson has been stellar between the pipes for the Reapers in the five games he has started this season. Bjoernsson has won four of the five games he has started while also putting up a .928 save percentage, and a 1.38 goals against average. With two quality goaltenders on the roster Bjoernsson will need to be at his best night and night out to keep his starting spot throughout the season.