ColeMrtz 571 Posted September 4, 2019 Share Posted September 4, 2019 With the draft coming up very soon, I decided to do an in depth analysis of every VHL team's needs, rank said needs, and then do a round or so of draft projections accounting for said needs. So let's begin, shall we? MALMO NIGHTHAWKS The Veteran(s): S61 - Mikka Pajari - 355 TPA - C //Pajari is at this point a placeholder effectively, having reached the end of his career and being smacked by depreciation. However he sits 4th at center depth so his role is not a hard one to fill. Shockingly he's also the only player I'd consider a veteran on Malmo's entire roster. The Inactives: S64 - Basaraba Moose - 377 TPA - D //Moose hasn't updated since the week of June 9th, a period of nearly 3 months. Unless he returns to the league it's likely he will be dropped and need a replacement. With Moose being the third highest TPA defenseman in Malmo, this raises concerns for the organization. S65 - Jack Lynch - 490 TPA - RW //Lynch has been quiet since July 28th, only just over a month. The recency could see a return from the winger but a loss of his talents would be damaging to Malmo's core, with Lynch sitting second in RW depth. S67 - Lucas Nygren - 365 TPA - RW //It's ADV's player he'll be back. S65 - Milan Griffin - 200 TPA - LW //Griffin has been gone since May, and the noticeable downtick in activity leading up to his fully inac status leads me to believe he won't be seen again. With only 200 TPA his role will be filled immediately should a LW be taken so it's not really the end of the world, however this is the 3rd inactive winger Malmo has seen, calling attention to the positional need. S66 - Rusty Shackleford - 462 TPA - D //Shackleford brings a major concern to Malmo's D core, as the second best defenseman on the team and about a month of inactivity. Losing him will put Malmo in dire need of defensive talent, as they would be left with only 2 "fresh" defensemen and a true rookie as their whole core. S66 - Juan Juandice - 200 TPA - G //Inac since June and only filling a backup position, Juandice is probably the least concerning of all the player on the inactives list. With a total of 7 players either inac or near retirement, Malmo is looking at an active roster of: S67 - Brendan Plunkett - 200 TPA (44 Banked) - LW S65 - Brian Strong - 332 TPA - RW S67 - Dalton Wilcox - 200 TPA (129 Banked) - RW S67 - Hugh Chan - 323 TPA - D S66 - Jerry Garcia - 606 TPA - D S67 - Koda Adok - 224 TPA - LW S64 - Matthew Materazo - 759 TPA - RW S66 - MORPHEUS DESTRUCTIOUS - 280 TPA - D S67 - Phil Marleau - 460 TPA - C S65 - Teagan Glover - 468 TPA - C S67 - Trevor Van Lagen - 458 TPA - C S67 - Michael Johnson - 434 TPA - G Which means we're looking at 2 LWs, 3 RWs, 3 Cs, 3 D, and a goalie. Only 2 of these players have exceeded the 600 TPE mark, where assuming a true VHL "star" reaches 1000 TPE and a true rookie has 200 TPE, 600 makes you a pretty solid player. Those players are Jerry Garcia and Matthew Materazo, at 606 and 759 respectively. Taking all of this into account, Malmo's "hierarchy of needs" is as follows: 1. DEFENSE Malmo doesn't have enough defensemen for 2 lines, so their top priority will be to look at filling that defensive hole on their roster. 2. WINGERS The offense if pretty well off assuming all players stay active, but with a very young core (unproven activity-wise) and a shortage at LW, wingers fall into Malmo's second category. 3. CENTERS The centers are here already, just encourage them to all go past 80 FO and you're practically golden for the time being. They're all near the 500 TPE mark as well making them promising players for Malmo's program. 4. GOALIES You have an active starter, find a new backup in FA or sign someone late, goaltending isn't a huge priority here. SO, after tearing apart the roster, finding the needs and all that garbage, we can look at the S68 draft board. The top three prospects are all defensemen, and with Malmo picking first, the first overall pick of the S68 draft is without question, CONDOR ADRIENNE I'll do the rest of the teams soon but this took too long for me to make the obvious choice so you get Malmo and you'll be happy with it. 746 Words NotAVHLM-GM, McWolf, JeffD and 1 other 3 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...

Fire Tortorella 2,641 Posted September 5, 2019 Share Posted September 5, 2019 Yeah but what's the area under the curve? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...

Fire Tortorella 2,641 Posted September 5, 2019 Share Posted September 5, 2019 (edited) @ColeMrtz21 At time t = 0, a boiled potato is taken from a pot on a stove and left to cool in a kitchen. The internal temperature of the potato is 91 degrees Celsius (C) at time t = 0, and the internal temperature of the potato is greater than 27C for all times t > 0. The internal temperature of the potato at time t minutes can be modeled by the function H that satisfies the differential equation dH/dt = -1/4 (H - 27), where H(t) is measure in degrees Celsius and H(0) = 91. Write an equation for the line tangent to the graph of H at t = 0. Use this equation to approximate the internal temperature of the potato at time t = 3. Edited September 5, 2019 by flyersfan1453 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...

Admin Victor 10,348 Posted September 5, 2019 Admin Share Posted September 5, 2019 Hmm maybe there isn’t actually a five horse race in Europe this season. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...

gorlab 4,321 Posted September 5, 2019 Share Posted September 5, 2019 Log off this damn sim league and do your homework right now, mister. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...

ColeMrtz 571 Posted September 5, 2019 Author Share Posted September 5, 2019 (edited) 1 hour ago, flyersfan1453 said: @ColeMrtz21 At time t = 0, a boiled potato is taken from a pot on a stove and left to cool in a kitchen. The internal temperature of the potato is 91 degrees Celsius (C) at time t = 0, and the internal temperature of the potato is greater than 27C for all times t > 0. The internal temperature of the potato at time t minutes can be modeled by the function H that satisfies the differential equation dH/dt = -1/4 (H - 27), where H(t) is measure in degrees Celsius and H(0) = 91. Write an equation for the line tangent to the graph of H at t = 0. Use this equation to approximate the internal temperature of the potato at time t = 3. This is far too many numbers and letters thrown at me at this hour 42 minutes ago, gorlab said: Log off this damn sim league and do your homework right now, mister. At this ungodly hour? I can barely do math in the day Edited September 5, 2019 by ColeMrtz21 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...

diamond_ace 3,105 Posted September 5, 2019 Share Posted September 5, 2019 3 hours ago, flyersfan1453 said: @ColeMrtz21 At time t = 0, a boiled potato is taken from a pot on a stove and left to cool in a kitchen. The internal temperature of the potato is 91 degrees Celsius (C) at time t = 0, and the internal temperature of the potato is greater than 27C for all times t > 0. The internal temperature of the potato at time t minutes can be modeled by the function H that satisfies the differential equation dH/dt = -1/4 (H - 27), where H(t) is measure in degrees Celsius and H(0) = 91. Write an equation for the line tangent to the graph of H at t = 0. Use this equation to approximate the internal temperature of the potato at time t = 3. About 70.75 at t=3 if I'm remembering my old math right Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...

Bucky___lastard 75 Posted September 5, 2019 Share Posted September 5, 2019 15 hours ago, flyersfan1453 said: @ColeMrtz21 At time t = 0, a boiled potato is taken from a pot on a stove and left to cool in a kitchen. The internal temperature of the potato is 91 degrees Celsius (C) at time t = 0, and the internal temperature of the potato is greater than 27C for all times t > 0. The internal temperature of the potato at time t minutes can be modeled by the function H that satisfies the differential equation dH/dt = -1/4 (H - 27), where H(t) is measure in degrees Celsius and H(0) = 91. Write an equation for the line tangent to the graph of H at t = 0. Use this equation to approximate the internal temperature of the potato at time t = 3. H'(0) = - 1/4(91-27) = -16 H(0) = 91 y = 91-16t 43ºC Fire Tortorella 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...

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