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  1. New York (AP) -- It's safe to say that Team USA is officially clutch. For the second straight World Cup, the American squad didn't have one of the top two positions out of the round robin, but it hasn't mattered - they've won the gold. And just like last time, forward Gabriel McAllister came up large, with a first star in the gold medal game and five points (one goal, four assists) on the day. It was McAllister's fourth medal in the World Cup, as he now has two golds, a silver and a bronze, with one more World Cup (S62) likely in the player's future. And don't be surprised if Team USA at least medals in that one too, as the CIA agency has been extremely lucky in the event. In fact, out of the three players the agency has paid attention to, it has won medals in 11 out of 12 World Cups, including 10 straight. Karsten Olsen - Team Scandinavia S32 - Gold S34 - Fourth S37 - Bronze S40 - Silver Hans Wingate - Team Western Europe S43 - Gold S46 - Gold S48 - Silver S50 - Silver Gabriel McAllister - Team USA S54 - Silver S56 - Bronze S58 - Gold S60 - Gold McAllister may not have had the winning of Hans Wingate, but he's had his fair share - he is in fact the agency's only Triple Gold player, with titles at the Saskatoon Wild and Seattle Bears as well. And he's just fine with what he's done. "It feels good to take it home, and we've really gotten a streak going," McAllister said. "Team USA may not have the pedigree of Canada or Europe in this event, but we're carving out a nice niche for ourselves. Next up is the threepeat in two seasons."
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    Practice Facility (June 18th - June 24th)

    +1 McAllister
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    Welfare / Pension (June 18th - June 24th)

    +5 McAllister
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    GM 10: Americans vs. HC Dynamo

    Hell yeah! There's a big early win
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    GM 7: Legion vs. HC Dynamo

    Really like these 3-1 games against Toronto apparently. Second line coming in super clutch
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    World Cup Predict the Score Week 2

    2-1 England
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    World Cup Pick'Em Week 2

    Argentina - Croatia Nigeria - Iceland - Draw Germany - Sweden Japan - Senegal
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    GM 4: HC Dynamo vs. Legion

    First goal and first win in Davos. Hopefully first of many
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    S61 Group 1 Fantasy Draft

    F Aleksei Federov @ShaneAppelle
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    Gold Medal: USA vs. World

    I'll take the five points and the first star in the gold medal game. Happy to get another gold
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    S61 Group 1 Fantasy Draft

    ( @hedgehog337 )
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    S54 Fook Yu Updates

    Checking back in with @Will - you able to adjust Yu's attributes with these purchases here before I update? Based off last year's index, believe his Player Page would be the below pre-depreciation, just don't want to mess up the percentages myself: CK = Checking: 85 FG = Fighting: 40 DI = Discipline: 40 SK = Skating: 93 ST = Strength: 71 PH = Puck Handling: 85 FO = Face Offs: 40 PA = Passing: 40 SC = Scoring: 99 DF = Defense: 87 PS = Penalty Shot: 40 EX = Experience: 84 LD = Leadership: 40
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    I'm Old

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    Gabriel McAllister Updates

    Week: June 11, 2018 McAllister Wins Awards +2 Reddit Recruitment +2 Week: June 18, 2018 Welfare +5 Updating +3 USA Wins Gold +2 Practice Facility +1 Points to use: 15 Banked: 40 + 15 = 55 Updated TPE: 1248
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    McAllister Wins MVP, 4 Total Awards

    Davos -- The newest HC Davos Dynamo winger will be arriving with a bit of hardware: former Seattle Bears forward Gabriel McAllister has been named the league's MVP for its 60th season. Leading all other players by 7 goals and 11 points, McAllister won 7 of the 8 total votes for the Scotty Campbell Trophy, his first in five seasons in the VHL. "I'm not going to lie, this was a goal of mine heading into the league, and I'm glad to have achieved it," McAllister said on stage at the league's award ceremony. "It means a lot to be awarded for my work, and I'd like to thank my Seattle teammates and coaches for helping me get there." In addition to MVP, McAllister also won the Most Outstanding Player, Most Goals, and Most Points awards. Added to his previous Rookie of the Year (S56), Top Two-Way Forward (S58), and Playoff MVP (S59) trophies, the forward now has seven individual VHL awards. He also won Playoff MVP twice in the VHLM. Now, it's a new challenge for McAllister, as he'll look to repeat with a younger Davos squad. For his part, McAllister thinks he can win MVP once again. "I've started to get older, sure, but why not? I still have something to prove, and I have a good three seasons left to get this done."