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Old 09-26-2018, 03:40 PM   #1
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Moving teams from one league to another?

Will we be able to move teams (like OOTP) to other divisions/conferences and/or leagues?

This is far fetched but will ask it anyways-what about moving historical teams(and/or players) to the modern day(and vice-a-versa)?

Off the subject but will cloning players be available?

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You can move teams between conference and divisions (or remove them).

No to the rest.
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You can move teams between conference and divisions (or remove them).

No to the rest.
Just piggy backing on this questions, but if we remove a team.. what happens to the players?
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Just piggy backing on this questions, but if we remove a team.. what happens to the players?
They're released to free agency, just as in OOTP.
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Modern day Original Six, here we go...
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Before when you couldn't delete a team you could remove all the players and change the name of the team and give them all new players.

I did that during the 1972-73 NHL/WHA season moving a few teams too the other league but it was time consuming but it could be done.

I wanted too see what the 1972-73 NE Whalers accomplish in the NHL.
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Modern day Original Six, here we go...
Great idea! I will probably piggy back off your idea but start with 12 teams in ‘67 with as many minor leagues as I get in to absorb the ~ 350 free agents.
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You can move teams between conference and divisions (or remove them).

No to the rest.
Along the same lines, will realignment be possible (adding or removing divisions and conferances?)
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On the twitch broadcast they showed it was possible.

They certainly didn't spend much time talking about it.
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Can we edit playoff qualification? Say we want to go back to pre-wildcard system can we do that?
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Can we edit playoff qualification? Say we want to go back to pre-wildcard system can we do that?
You can change the PO system in fictional mode only. That might change in the future but no promise.
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