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Old 01-04-2016, 10:54 PM   #1
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NHL Introduce 2 New Teams Dynasty [Toronto Ontario Huskies]

The National Hockey Leagues proud to announce two new teams to the Western Conference!
After long bidding wars between many cities only two could come out on top. The first team will be... The Barrie Ontario Dingoes and The Toronto Ontario Huskies! The National Hockey League agreed on bringing more Canadian Teams to the table and that they did. Having two Toronto teams will bring a great market and an even better rivalry.

The Owner of the Toronto Huskies is: 47yr old Derian Murray has bought the franchise.
The General Manager has already been assigned: 28yr old Terence Baker will be the face of the team. He's also noted that he would also like to be the coach of the team for at the least 1 yr.
The owner has shown his support and has agreed to have a trial run to see how things go.

Toronto Huskies (Created 2015/2016)

2015/2016 Toronto Huskies Roster:
Goalies:
Andrew Hammond & John Gibson
Defenceman:
Deryk Engelland, Brendan Smith, Mike Weber, Josh Gorges, T.J Brennan & Rob Scuderi
Left Wings:
Marcus Foligno, Matt Martin, Drew Miller & Manson Raymond
Centers:
Zemgus Girgensons, Dylan Larkin, William Nylander & Mike Richards
Right Wings:
Steve Downie, Tyler Ennis, Johan Franzen & Tyler Toffoli
Spares (Not Dressed on Roster):
LD: Jamie McBain, C: Matt Stajan & RW: Marc-Andre Cliche

Toronto Huskies Additions Throughout The Season
August 2015
Andrew Hammond [Signed in draft], Mike Richards [Signed in Freeagents] & Steve Downie [Acquired by Trade]

September 2015
Tyler Ennis & Zemgus Girgensons [Both Acquired by Trade]

December 2015
Tyler Toffoli [Acquired by Trade], Johan Franzen [Acquired by Trade], Willam Nylander [Acquired by Trade] & Dylan Larkin [Acquired by Trade]
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Toronto Huskies 2015/2016 Season Team Record:
11 Games into Season Record: Wins:07 | Loses:02 | OverTimeLoses:02
26 Games into Season Record: Wins:09 | Loses:13 | OverTimeLoses:04
41 Games into Season Record: Wins:14 | Loses:23 | OverTimeLoses:04
64 Games into Season Record: Wins:31 | Loses:26 | OverTimeLoses:07 *10th in Conference*
73 Games into Season Record: Wins:36 | Loses:29 | OverTimeLoses:08 *7th in Conference*
82 Games into Season Record: Wins:41 | Loses:32 | OverTimeLoses:09 *Finished Season with 91 points and 8th place in Conference*

Toronto Huskies 2015/2016 Season [10] Player Stats:
1. Tyler Toffoli | GamesPlayed:68 | Goals:30 | Assists:32 | Points:62
2. Mike Richards | GamesPlayed:82 | Goals:20 | Assists:33 | Points:53
3. Zemgus Girgensons | GamesPlayed:81 | Goals:22 | Assists:28 | Points:50
4. T.J Brennan | GamesPlayed:82 | Goals:09 | Assists:40 | Points:49
5. Johan Franzen | GamesPlayed:79 | Goals:30 | Assists:16 | Points:46
6. Dylan Larkin | GamesPlayed:80 | Goals:07 | Assists:37 | Points:44
7. Marcus Foligno | GamesPlayed:70 | Goals:10 | Assists:31 | Points:41
8. Steve Downie | GamesPlayed:82 | Goals:10 | Assists:21 | Points:31
9. Tyler Ennis | GamesPlayed:73 | Goals:09 | Assists:20 | Points:29
10. William Nylander | GamesPlayed:83 | Goals:09 | Assists:16 | Points:25

Toronto Huskies 2015/2016 Season Goalie Stats:
Andrew Hammond | GamesPlayed:48 | Wins:29 | Loses:14 | OT:05 | GAA:2.25 | SO:07 | SV%:.922
John Gibson | GamesPlayed:34 | Wins:12 | Loses:18 | OT:04 | GAA:2.73 | SO:03 | SV%:.910
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Old 01-04-2016, 10:56 PM   #3
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After what really can be considered a up and down season, the Toronto Huskies have sneaked into the post season. GM Terence Baker was asked was he worried and his reply was "Not at all"

and adding "Personally when the team got created we expected to be in rebuilding for a long time to come. We made a few big moves when we could and the team it self came together." The Toronto Huskies were in 10th place 64 games into the season.

The team pushed through what seemed to be expected a missed post season and clinched the 8th and final spot into the post season after winning their second last game of the season.

The team expected to win the Stanley Cup Finals is: Chicago Blackhawks
Expected to be a challenge for them is: Los Angeles Kings & Pittsburgh Penguins

Toronto Huskies 2015/2016 Playoff Series
Game 1: Toronto Huskies [5] @ Los Angeles Kings [6] OT *Series: 1-0 Kings
Game 2: Toronto Huskies [1] @ Los Angeles Kings [2] *Series: 2-0 Kings
Game 3: Los Angeles Kings [3] @ Toronto Huskies [0] *Series: 3-0 Kings
Game 4: Los Angeles Kings [4] @ Toronto Huskies [5] *Series: 3-1 Kings
Game 5: Toronto Huskies [3] @ Los Angeles Kings [1] *Series: 3-2 Kings
Game 6: Los Angeles Kings [1] @ Toronto Huskies [2] OT *Series: 3-3 Tied
Game 7: Toronto Huskies [2] @ Los Angeles Kings [1] OT *Series: Toronto Huskies Advance
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GM/Coach Terence Baker and the Toronto Huskies were able to make history again coming back from a 3-0 series lead by the Kings. The Toronto Huskies will take on the well rested Anaheim Ducks whom won their series in 5 games.
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Game 1: Toronto Huskies [3] @ Anaheim Ducks [1] *Series: 1-0 Huskies
Game 2: Toronto Huskies [2] @ Anaheim Ducks [0] *Series: 2-0 Huskies
Game 3: Anaheim Ducks [1] @ Toronto Huskies [3] *Series: 3-0 Huskies
Game 4: Anaheim Ducks [5] @ Toronto Huskies [2] *Series: 3-1 Huskies
Game 5: Toronto Huskies [4] @ Anaheim Ducks [5] OT *Series: 3-2 Huskies
Game 6: Anaheim Ducks [4] @ Toronto Huskies [5] *Series: Toronto Huskies Advance
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The Huskies managed to win their first 3 games on the series when expected to be run down by their 7 game series with the Kings. Anaheim managed to win two, but failed in game 6 as the Toronto Huskies edged them in a 5-4 final. The Huskies will head to the Conference Finals against the Chicago Blackhawks.
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Game 1: Toronto Huskies [2] @ Chicago Blackhawks [3] *Series: 1-0 Blackhawks
Game 2: Toronto Huskies [3] @ Chicago Blackhawks [5] *Series: 2-0 Blackhawks
Game 3: Chicago Blackhawks [1] @ Toronto Huskies [2] *Series: 2-1 Blackhawks
Game 4: Chicago Blackhawks [3] @ Toronto Huskies [4] OT *Series: 2-2 Tied
Game 5: Toronto Huskies [5] @ Chicago Blackhawks [2] *Series: 3-2 Huskies
*Andrew Hammond goes down with back soreness [10 Days]
Game 6: Chicago Blackhawks [1] @ Toronto Huskies [3] *Series: Toronto Huskies Advance
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Remarkable! The Toronto Huskies have again defeat all odds. The team that just luckily made the playoffs have now defeated the favorite to win it all! It was an up hill battle, but the Huskies managed to win in 6 games of the series.
GM/Coach Terence Baker spoke to the media saying "This is a great accomplishment for the Franchise!"
The Huskies can thank the play of T.J Brennan, Dylan Larkin & Tyler Toffoli! Not only that everyone on the teams putting in work all around!
The team that wasn't even expect to make it past the first round against the Kings, have also beat the Blackhawks and the Ducks to make it to the Stanley Cup Finals!
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2015/2016 Stanley Cup Finals: Toronto Huskies vs. Carolina Hurricanes
Game 1: Toronto Huskies [5] @ Carolina Hurricanes [2] *Series: 1-0 Huskies
Game 2: Toronto Huskies [6] @ Carolina Hurricanes [4] *Series: 2-0 Huskies
Game 3: Carolina Hurricanes [4] @ Toronto Huskies [2] *Series: 2-1 Huskies
Game 4: Carolina Hurricanes [10] @ Toronto Huskies [7] *Series: 2-2 Tied
Game 5: Toronto Huskies [2] @ Carolina Hurricanes [6] *Series: 3-2 Hurricanes
Game 6: Carolina Hurricanes [3] @ Toronto Huskies [5] *Series: 3-3 Tied
*Andrew Hammond Returns*
Game 7: Toronto Huskies [1] @ Carolina Hurricanes [0] 2OT *Series: Toronto Huskies | Champions!
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The ratings for this years Stanley Cup Finals have been the highest ever seen. The Toronto Huskies has taken the underdog title to a whole new high! The team that was mostly made up of a league wide draft and a few acquired players from other teams have come together and not only defined all odds, but as of today... They are now called CHAMPIONS!

Terence Baker replied with "This is the most exciting time of the year. The fact we made it this far and won is a win for us all. The team came together and they deserve this with all the hard work they've put in!"

Under performing Captain Mike Richards was all in smiles as he was the Veteran of this team. "Even though I have had this experience before, it never gets old."

The entire league congratulated the team and look forward to seeing how the team continues on in the league!
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Toronto Huskies 2015/2016 Playoff [10] Player Stats
1. T.J Brennan | GamesPlayed:26 | Goals:07 | Assists:17 | Points:24
2. Dylan Larkin | GamesPlayed:26 | Goals:07 | Assists:17 | Points:24
3. Tyler Toffoli | GamesPlayed:26 | Goals:09 | Assists:13 | Points:22
4. William Nylander | GamesPlayed:26 | Goals:08 | Assists:11 | Points:19
5. Steve Downie | GamesPlayed:26 | Goals:07 | Assists:12 | Points:19
6. Marcus Foligno | GamesPlayed:26 | Goals:08 | Assists:10 | Points:18
7. Zemgus Girgensons | GamesPlayed:26 | Goals:07 | Assists:11 | Points:18
8. Johan Franzen | GamesPlayed:26 | Goals:07 | Assists:06 | Points:13
9. Paul Postma | GamesPlayed:26 | Goals:04 | Assists:09 | Points:13
10. Mike Richards | GamesPlayed:26 | Goals:05 | Assists:05 | Points:10

Toronto Huskies 2015/2016 Playoff Goalie Stats
Andrew Hammond | GamesPlayed:20 | Wins:13 | Loses:03 | OT:04 | GAA:2.54 | SO:02 | SV%:.912
John Gibson | GamesPlayed:04 | Wins:03 | Loses:00 | OT:01 | GAA:3.79 | SO:00 | SV%:.891
Jhonas Enroth | GamesPlayed:02 | Wins:00 | Loses:01 | OT:01 | GAA:7.76 | SO:00 | SV%:.895
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Old 01-04-2016, 10:59 PM   #4
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NHL 2015/2016 NHL End of Year Rewards
St Louis Blues Goalie Brian Elliott wins Goals Against Award
Detroit Red Wings Goalie Petr Nrazek wins Save Percentage Award
Washington Capitals Right Winger T.J Oshie wins Plus-Minus Award
Washington Capitals Left Winger Alex Ovechkin wins Goal Scorer Award
Boston Bruins Center wins Best Defensive Forward Award
Toronto Huskies GM Terence Baker wins GM of the Yeard Award
Edmonton Oilers Connor McDavid wins Rookie of the Year Award
Washington Capitals Defenceman John Carlson wins Defenceman of the Year Award
Detroit Red Wings Goalie wins Goalie of the Year Award
Toronto Huskies T.J Brennan wins 2015 Playoff MVP Award
Pittsburgh Penguins Sidney Crosby wins MVP Award

Toronto Huskies Contract Renewals
June 11th - Center Zemgus Girgensons rejects a 2yr 6M contract, will entertain other contracts.
June 12th - Defenceman Mike Weber signs 3yr Contract
June 13th - Defenceman T.J Brennan signs 3yr Contract
June 13th - Left Winger Matt Martin signs 3yr Contract
June 15th - Goalie Garret Sparks signs 3yr Contract
June 15th - Defenceman Sacha Guimond signs 2yr Contract
June 15th - Prospect Right Winger Josh Leivo signs 3yr Contract
June 16th - Left Wing Veteran Steve Downie signs 3yr Contract
June 16th - Left Wing Rookie Marcus Foligno signs 3yr Contract
June 17th - Left Winger Taylor Beck signs 2yr Contract
June 17th - Right Winger Chris Terry signs 3yr Contract
June 23rd - Right Winger Linden Vey signs 3yr Contract
June 25th - GM Terence Baker and Center Zemgus Girgensons have come to terms on a 3yr Contract
June 26th - Huskies sign 64th Rd pick Nathan Bastian to a 3yr Entry Level Contract

Toronto Huskies Offseason Trades / Before Entry Draft
Huskies Send Goalie Jhonas Enroth [61 Games in the AHL: 40 wins/16 loses/ 2.26GAA/ .920SV%

in return, the Toronto Maple Leafs send their 3rd Rd Draft Pick for 2016.

This comes a few days after Toronto releasing to the media that they would not be re-signing James Reimer

Toronto Huskies Entry Draft Picks
32nd Pick: 18yr old Alexander Nylander | OHL Stats | GP:62, G:31, A:43, PTS:74
36th Pick: 17yr old Michael Selwood | AJHL Stats | GP:49, G:20, A:31, PTS:51
64th Pick: 18yr old Nathan Bastian | OHL Stats | GP:62, G:31, A:49, PTS:80
67th Pick: 18yr old Nik Amundrud | WHL Stats | GP:49, W:28, L:16, GAA:2.53

Toronto Huskies Contracts Being Let Go
Jamie McBain will not return with the team.
Andre Benoit will not return with the team.
Eric Gryba will not return with the team.
Martin Lee will not return with the team.
Richard Clune will not return with the team.
Drew Miller will not return with the team.
Marc-Andre Cliche will not return with the team.
Matt Frattin will not return with the team.
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What kind of settings are you playing on? I'm having a hard time imagining that roster avoiding the draft lottery, let alone winning the cup.
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What kind of settings are you playing on? I'm having a hard time imagining that roster avoiding the draft lottery, let alone winning the cup.

Agreed. Not accusing OP of cheating, but something doesn't seem right.
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I totally agree with you guys on assuming or asking what you're saying.

I personally wasn't expecting anything from this season which is why I went after talent with a high potential rating.

The settings that I changed were simply the injury factors.

I moved the 1.25 of the standard starting to .6 during games and .3 at practices.

I also knocked trading down to 10 from the 25.

From there the luck hit.

The team as you can notice hit a strong start of the season and then in my next two snits through the season were lucky to with 2 games in the 15 games played from 11 games into the season

and then we had another 15 games where we only won 5 games. from that point the team by end of December were in 11th place in the conference.

So thinking I was completely out of it, I traded away most of my 2017 draft picks, a few players and a lot of my 2016 draft picks to acquire a struggling Johan Franzen had I believe 6 points or something in 27 games with the Detroit Red Wings. Red Wings had him on the block so I traded S.Gionta, E. Condra and a 4th Rd pick for Franzen.

I suppose that lit him up as he played 52 games with the Huskies and contributed 27G and 13A (40 Pts) on a floating first/second *Mostly/ third line. I also wanted him to be a leader in the dressing room to give Mike Richards and Downie some support.

More to come
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Next signing was William Nylander

He had played 34 games for the Toronto Maple Leafs and put up some terrible numbers posting a 2G and 2A (4PTS). I figured the way my team was going and what I was expecting I could take him on and build him up in the next few years.
Seems like the trade paid off as I picked him up and Matt Frattin (had 2G in 31 Games with the Leafs) for my Kyle Brodziak (7pts in 33 games) and a 2nd rd pick in 2017
Matt Frattin stayed in our AHL team, while I kept William up with the NHL squad and seemed to give him motivation. He played 49 games with us floated around the 2nd and 4th line throughout the season and finished with 7G and 14A (25pts)
Seems pretty average, but when we hit the playoffs something special happened he played all 26 games and finished with 8G and 11A (19pts)

Next we had Dylan Larkin.
As we know this kid in real life could be the player the Detroit Red Wings build around. In this sim, I wanted to do that for the Huskies. So I ended up trading quite a bit for him. A first rd pick in 2017, second rd pick in 2017 and Jarret Stoll (10pts in 33 games).
They took it which didn't surprise me as they were pretty bare in the Center department due to injuries or trades (didn't look to much into it) and Larkin had only 10pts in 27games with the Red Wings *Not bad, but not what the hype was about*

He came and played 53 games for the Huskies and ended well with 5G and 29A (34pts) playing on the first/second line for us.
Playoffs he played all 26 games and ended the cup run with 7G and 17A (24pts) where he played 23 games on the first line (after we went down 3-0 to LA I just did it to let him have ice time) and placed him inbetween Franzen and Tyler Toffoli

Lastly Tyler Toffoli. My major signing start that I really wanted to build around for this team which ended up having a huge impact when placed with the above guys in the playoffs.

Toffoli was playing alright for what LA expected for him (34GP 6G 10A 16pts), but ended up trading him to us for a 1st pick in 2018, 3rd rd pick in 2017 and Nick Spaling. Some may said we gave up too much, some may say we didn't give up enough. I personally think we gave a lot into this considering we were tossing picks away like nothing.

Anyway you look at it, I found my first line when I needed it most.
Tyler Toffoli played mainly on the first line, sometimes on the second line for us through the rest of the season.he played 34 games and ended the season with 24G and 22A (46pts) which I didn't see that coming at all.

He then scored some key goals in the playoffs to help us win the cup.
he played all 26 games all on the first line and picked up 9G and 13A (22pts) for us.

more to come.
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In conclusion:

Yes I believe this team had a lot of late career talent for us, which is what I was expect to play around with. Watching the playoffs sim through each game was nuts. I don't think I had ever got so excited with FHM1 or FHM2 since this career began. I haven't personally haven't wanted to stop since. The season was a up and down, spiraling mess into some close last few minute finals, the playoffs went 6-7 games when it could have been anyone's game. I simply became a huge fan of the engine for this season just from how exciting my season complete season went.

That being said, the format you seen above began out simply going to be a quick draft of how things went, seeing as I really did figure that the first 3 seasons at least wouldn't be worth writing about, but I was completely proven wrong.This season of the game had to be as exciting as real life hockey is if not more exciting how the games went.

I am sorry if you don't think I played this season fairly, or you think the trades I made aren't good enough for your standard or you think I cheated.

But for me to write these last few posts to detail and how my experience of the season went along with agreeing 100% of not seeing any of this coming is what I expect you to understand and believe.

I love this game as much as everyone else. I had some dark moments there with crashing my first two dynasty's and stopped playing completely for a bit there. But doing this season was a huge up rising and was entertained throughout it.

I hope you all still read regardless what you're thinking.
I can tell you right now, I did nothing to cheat this system. I simply simmed through the games like you're suppose to and was as surprised at the end of the season as you all.

We had no players expected to be leaders, we had no chance through the predictions of even making the playoffs and when we sneaked in there we weren't even mentioned in the predictions let alone expected to make it past the first round against the Kings.


Anyways I have maybe wrote enough for a small book. Hope with all this and such you continue to read and enjoy the report as I enjoyed the season and future seasons. Thank you.
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Also for everyone reading. I plan on doing the whole seaons sims first before adding dialog on to this post. So posts may take a bit to get up. But when I do post you will be getting the full seasons & post season if there was one.

Thank you again for reading
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As of August 31st These Are the 9 Top Free Agents on the Market
(I did this to prove if we end up signing Kopitar: as it makes sense for us with 16M still able for a contract, that its there.)
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Toronto Huskies (Created 2015/2016)
[U]History [As of end of 2015/2016 Season]:[U]
Championships: 1
Point Leaders: Mike Richards [53], T.J Brennan [49], Tyler Toffoli [46]
Goal Leaders: Johan Franzen [27], Tyler Toffoli [24], Zemgus Girensons [21]
Assist Leaders: T.J Brennan [40], Mike Richards [33], Dylan Larkin [29]
Goals Against Avg Leaders: Andrew Hammond [2.25], John Gibson [2.73]
Win Leaders: Andrew Hammond [29]. John Gibson [12]
Save Pct Leaders: Andrew Hammond [.922]. John Gibson [.910]
Shutout Leaders: Andrew Hammond [7], John Gibson [3]

2015/2016 | Toronto Huskies | NHL | GP:82 | W:41 | L:32 | OT/L:9 | P:91 | Finish:3 | AVG Atten. 19,000 | Playoffs: Yes | Champion: Yes

The Toronto Huskies Hockey Seasons has ended and the first offseason has begun only a few days after being a cinderela story and winning the Stanley Cup.

The team has roughly 19M of salary space left.

GM/Coach Terence Baker and Owner Derian Murray aren't planning on making to many moves this offseason. They wouldn't mind making a move for a veteran defenceman to join the team. But mostly the teams look to add more talent to have to build for the future. Should be interesting whom they sign. The few veterans they'd be looking at are:

Keith Yandle (NYR): Yandle played all 82 games of the season for the Rangers and recorded 7G, 24A for 31pts had 22 pentalty mins and was a +6.
Yandle is known for being a pretty clean player, very good stamina, outstanding skater and great work ethic. His strongest part of his game is his playmaking ability.

The weakest part of his game is his physical play.
Even the worst aspects of Yandle's game are still relatively strong.

The 29yr old Veteran Dman is an unrestricted FA after deciding not to return with the Rangers and test the market.

The Huskies GM/Coach has shown lots of interest in adding Yandle to the group to help give his young guys someone to look up to.
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Luke Schenn: Schenn also played all 82 games of the season and all of them were with the Philadelphia Flyers. He had 8G 20A for 28pts. He was a +8 and had 44 penalty mins.

Schenn would bring that agressive and defensive play to the Huskies. The strongest part of his game happens to be his defensive play. He is very strong, has strong hockey sense and anticipation for the play and has good stamina.

His temper sometimes gets the better of him though and his weakest part of his play is his goalscoring ability. He is also known for logging in alot of time being injuried.

Luke Schenn is 26yrs of age and still has a lot of hockey left in him. He is an unresticted FA after Philly decided to let him go.

Owner Derian Murray would love to add Schenn for his size and strength but feels he maybe signing a player that will see more time off the ice then on the ice. That being said though, if Schenn can find a way to stay health and work on his temper, he could bring a lot to the huskies.
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Toronto Huskies 2016/2017 Free Agent Signings
Prospect LW Jamal Watson from the WHL signs 3 yrs with Huskies
The contracts worth 550,000 a year.
The 21yr old played for the Seattle Thunderbirds recording
66GP 22G 26A for 48PTS and averaging 13:29 in ice time a game.
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Prospect 20yr old RD Joshua Jacobs from the OHL signs 3yr contract with Huskies.
The contract is reportly worth 925,000 a year.
The 20yr old played for the Sarnia Sting and recording
56GP 9G 35A 44PTS Averaging 24:15 minutes of ice time a game.
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24yr old LW/RW Beau Bennett accepts a 2yr 725,000 a year contract with the Huskies.
Bennett played in 78 games for the Pittsburgh Penguins recording 10 Goals and 24 Assists for 34pts. He had a +5 rating and averaged 14:57 minutes a game.
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The Huskies got rejected by Schenn and Yordle so they've gone and agreed on terms with veteran LD Alex Goligoski on a 3yr 2.17M a year contract.
The 30yr old played 79 Games with the Dallas Stars posting 8G 25A for 33PTS. He was a +7 and averaged 21:09 minutes of ice time.


Toronto Huskies 2016/2017 Offseason Trades

Major Trades from Teams
The New Jersey Devils send:
Veteran LW Mike Cammalleri (GP:81 G:35 A:31 PTS:66 +6)
To the Nashvile Predators. In return they send:
RW Craig Smith (GP:82 G:12 A:14 PTS:26 -13 for the Devils)
6th Rd Pick in 2017
& Rights to 21yr old LD Teemu Kivihalme (GP:37 G:3 A:14 PTS:17 +/-0 with the NCAA)
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Dallas Stars trade:
G Antti Niemi (GP:74 W:42 L:24 GAA:2.46 SV%:.913 SO:6 with the Stars)
& G Maxime Lagace (GP:39 W:27 L:8 GAA:2.54 SV%:.911 SO:0 with the ECHL)
to the Arizona Coyotes for
LW Mattias Ritola (GP:76 G:16 A:29 PTS:45 +24 with the AHL)
& Rights to 20yr old Conor Garland (GP:60 G:35 A:66 PTS:101 +/-0 with the QMJHL)
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New Jersey Devils Acquire:
Jason Spezza (GP:82 G:20 A:56 PTS:76 +24 with Dallas)
Exchange, Dallas Stars get:
Rights to 17yr old Travis Barron (GP:60 G:27 A:39 PTS:66 +/-0 with the OHL)
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Edmonton Oilers trade Nail Yakupov (GP:82 G:22 A:28 PTS:50 -11 with Edmonton)
to Arizona Coyotes for:
Rights to 18yr old Dman Noah Carroll(GP:60 G:13 A:44 PTS:57 +/-0 with OHL)
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New York Islanders Trade:
RD Travis Hamonic (GP:73 G:4 A:22 PTS:26 -8 with the Islanders)
in enchange the Los Angeles Kings send to them:
RD Matt Greene (GP:79 G:4 A:20 PTS:24 +/-0 with Kings)
LW Joel Lowry (GP:47 G:16 A:22 PTS:38 +/-0 with ECHL)
RD Vincent LoVerde(GP:57 G:8 A:28 PTS:36 +/-0 with ECHL)
& Rights to 23yr old C Matt Beattie (GP:39 G:12 A:12 PTS:24 +/-0 with NCAA)
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Chicago Blackhawks send:
LW Bryan Bickell (GP:81 G:6 A:10 PTS:16 -3 with Blackhawks)
& Rights to 22yr old G Matt Tomkins (GP:21 W:11 L:10 GAA:3.10 SV%:.897 with

the NCAA)
to the New York Islanders for:
LW Josh Bailey (GP:82 G:10 A:16 PTS:26 -5 with Islanders)

Major Signings from Teams
Edmonton Oilers Sign G Frederik Anderson (GP:75 W:43 L:24 GAA:2.42 SV%:.921 SO:6 with Anaheim last season)

Barrie Dingoes Sign Keith Yandle (Rangers GP:82 G:7 A:24 PTS:31 +6)

Luke Schenn signs with Detroit (Philly GP:82 G:8 A:20 PTS:28 +8)

The Islanders sign 18yr old prospect RD Luke Green. (QMJHL GP:56 G:10 A:41 PTS:51)

The St. Louis Blues have signed Unrestricted FA Anze Kopitar (Kings GP:82 G:21 A:53 PTS:74 +34)
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Old 01-06-2016, 07:11 PM   #13
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2016/2017 Toronto Huskies Roster:
Goalies:
Andrew Hammond & Peter Budaj[/U]
Defenceman:
Alex Goligoski, Brendan Smith, Mike Weber, Keith Yandle, T.J Brennan(A) & Deryl Engelland
Left Wings:
Steve Downie, Marcus Foligno, Johan Franzen(A) & Matt Martin
Centers:
Zemgus Girgensons, Dylan Larkin, Nathan Bastian & Mike Richards(C)
Right Wings:
William Nylander, Tyler Ennis, Chris Terry & Tyler Toffoli
Spares (Not Dressed on Roster):
RD Paul Postma, LW Mason Raymond & C Matt Stajan

Toronto Huskies 2016/2017 Additions Throughout The Season
September 2016
Goalie: Peter Budaj (Free Agents) & Goalie: Taran Kozun (Free Agents)
February 2017
LD Keith Yandle (Traded For Josh Georges & 3rd Rd Pick 2018)

Toronto Huskies Extention Contracts Signed
Tyler Toffoli | 3 Years | Worth 4.16M a year

Toronto Huskies 2016/2017 Season Team Record:
11 Games into Season Record: Wins:03 | Loses:06 | OverTimeLoses:02
26 Games into Season Record: Wins:10 | Loses:13 | OverTimeLoses:03
41 Games into Season Record: Wins:22 | Loses:15 | OverTimeLoses:04
64 Games into Season Record: Wins:31 | Loses:28 | OverTimeLoses:05
73 Games into Season Record: Wins:34 | Loses:33 | OverTimeLoses:06 *3way tie for the 8th and final spot in the playoffs*
82 Games into Season Record: Wins:39 | Loses:37 | OverTimeLoses:06 *Finished 10th in the conference and 2 pts out of the playoffs.*

Toronto Huskies 2016/2017 Season [10] Player Stats:
1. Dylan Larkin | GamesPlayed:82 | Goals:19 | Assists:52 | Points:71
2. Tyler Toffoli | GamesPlayed:82 | Goals:40 | Assists:28 | Points:68
3. T.J Brennan | GamesPlayed:82 | Goals:13 | Assists:48 | Points:61
4. Marcus Foligno | GamesPlayed:73 | Goals:25 | Assists:28 | Points:53
5. Zemgus Girgensons | GamesPlayed:75 | Goals:20 | Assists:30 | Points:50
6. Keith Yandle | GamesPlayed:83 | Goals:16 | Assists:30 | Points:46
7. Johan Franzen | GamesPlayed:82 | Goals:17 | Assists:21 | Points:38
8. William Nylander | GamesPlayed:82 | Goals:13 | Assists:23 | Points:36
9. Alex Goligoski | GamesPlayed:82 | Goals:09 | Assists:17 | Points:26
10. Tyler Ennis | GamesPlayed:82 | Goals:09 | Assists:13 | Points:22

Toronto Huskies 2016/2017 Season Goalie Stats:
Andrew Hammond | GamesPlayed:73 | Wins:35 | Loses:34 | OT:04 | GAA:2.71 | SO:00 | SV%:.910
Peter Budaj | GamesPlayed:09 | Wins:04 | Loses:03 | OT:02 | GAA:2.37 | SO:00 | SV%:.921

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No playoffs for the Toronto Huskies this year. The Huskies came into this year with the same group as last year, with acouple fill ins and the addition of Keith Yandle near the trade deadline seemed to give the team a fighting chance.

Many have questioned the play of Andrew Hammond this season compared to last season. The goalie last season split the season with John Gibson (Whom ended up heading back to the Anahiem Ducks at the end of the season when the Huskies signed goalie Peter Budaj). Andrew had a decent year with 7 Shutouts last season and a 2.25GAA and SV% .922. Hammonds an Unrestricted FA this year and questions about the Huskies feeling out the pool of goalies to replace him have been circling.

Many fingers are also being pointed at captain Mike Richards. Richards went from last seasons 20G 33A 53PTS to a career low 2G 16A 18PTS. Mike Richards will also be a free agent if not signed by July 1st.

GM/Coach Terence Baker has made it clear that the team will do whats best for the team.

Tyler Toffoli and Dylan Larkin were the two stars of the team.
Larkin had a career high in all spots of his game. He finished the season with 71 points (19G 52A) and lead the team with points and assists.

Toffoli had his best season in his career hitting the all mighty 40G season.
He lead the team in goals and was 2nd in the teams point lead (68).
Terence Baker made it clear he wanted to keep toffoli and did so by renewing him with another 3 years and 4.16M per season.
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NHL 2016/2017 Season Ending
Stanley Cup Champions: Ottawa Senators
Playoff Finalist: St. Louis Blues

Toronto Huskies NHL Entry Draft
11th Pick: RD Luke Martain (A:3 | P:5)
43rd Pick: RD Curtis Roach (A:3.5 | P:4)
139th Pick: LD Markus Phillips (A:3.5 | P:4.5)
171st Pick: LW Ewan Matteucci (A:3.5 | P:3.5)

Top Free Agents on the market
C. Ryan Johansen (Last Season w/ Blue Jackets: GP:77 G:30 A:36 PTS:66)
C. Tyler Johnson (Last Season w/ Tampa Bay: GP:82 G:30 A:27 PTS:57)
G. Jonathan Bernier (Last Season w/ Leafs: GP:70 W:31 L:28 GAA:2.67 SV%:.920)
LW. Mathieu Perreault (Last Season w/ Jets: GP:82 G:09 L:27 PTS:36)
RW. Tomas Tatar (Last Season w/ Detroit: GP:82 G:31 A:40 PTS:71)
LD. Kevin Shattenkirk (Last Season w/ Blues: GP:70 G:04 A:19 PTS:23)
LD. Andrei Markov (Last Season w/ Montreal: GP:69 G:08 A:37 PTS:45)
G. Steve Mason (Last Season w/ Flyers: GP:72 W:33 L:35 GAA:2.82 SV%:.908)
C: Joe Thornton (Last Season w/ Sharks: GP:82 G:24 A:40 PTS:64)
C: Ryan Spooner (Last Season w Bruins: GP:81 G:12 A:32 PTS:44)


With the departure of many faces on the team. Terence Baker has checked out the roster and the teams extremely short in the center, right wing, and defencemen. Currently the teams going to be looking to pick up whatever young talent for the future. Also the owner would like to be in the playoff race, so with that being said more staff will be added throughout the offseason and talks of a head coach to take over for Terence, so he may focus on the team from upstairs.

Major Contract Buyouts
Kings | Dustin Brown
Stars | Kari Lehtonen
Philly | Vincent Lecavalier
Buffalo | Matt Moulson
Canucks | Alexander Edler
Flames | Jiri Hudler
Washington | Matt Niskanen
Oilers | Andrej Sekera
Hurricanes | Cam Ward

Major Signings
Barrie signs Ryan Johansen
Florida signs Christian Enrhoff
Philly signs Brian Elliott

Major Trade
Vancouver acquires Antti Niemi | Arizona acquires Jordan Subban


Toronto Huskies Staff Extentions/Signings
GM Terence Baker | 3 Years | 545,000per year
Scout Peter Forsberg | 3 Years | 27,000per year
Scout Adam Deadmarsh | 4 Years | 36,000per year
Assistant Coach Chris Osgood | 4 Years | 86,500per year
Assistant Coach Mats Sundin | 2 Years | 50,500per year
Head Coach Paul Coffey | 3 Years | 1,450,000per year

Toronto Huskies New Signings
RD Curtis Roach | Huskies 43rd overal Pick 2017 | 3 Years | 925K per year
LD Markus Phillips | Huskies 139th Pick 2017 | 3 Years | 925K per year
LW Ewan Matteucci | Huskies 171st Pick 2017| 3 Years | 925K per year
RW Alexander Nylander | Huskies 32nd Pick 2016 | 3 Years | 925K per year
LW Michael Selwood | Huskies 36th Pick 2016 | 3 Years | 925K per year
LW Tanner Pearson | Played with LA Last Season | 3 Years | 3M per year
RW Tomas Tatar | Played with Detroit Last Season | 3 Years | 4.2M per year
C Kevin Klima | Played in the QMJHL Last Season | 3 Years | 550K per year
RW Matt Luff | Played in the OHL Last Season | 3 Years | 560K per year
C Tyler Spencer | Played in the WHL Last Season | 3 Years | 560K per year
LD Karl Alzner | Played with Washington Last Season | 3 Years | 2.3M per year

Toronto Huskies Extention Contracts Signed
G Andrew Hammond | 2 Years | 2M per year

Toronto Huskie Players That Will Not Return
C Mike Richards
RW Tyler Ennis
RD Deryl Engelland
LD Brendan Smith
LW Manson Raymond
RD Paul Postma
C Matt Stajan
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What kind of settings are you playing on? I'm having a hard time imagining that roster avoiding the draft lottery, let alone winning the cup.
if he sets his tactics right it can happen.
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