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Your Wasserlasser Team

    Hey guys...if you can, please try to tally all of your games played into one edited post. You can continually keep coming back to the same post, hit edit and then add games as they go similar to the way we have tracked subs in the past. This is way easier for Sergio or the admins to track at the end of they year and it'll make sure you get credit for every game you played. No one wants to go back through what will surely be 20 pages of games posted in various places to audit all the posts and make sure everything is counted and nothing is double counted.


    PHI 4 vs NYI 2

    PHI 2 vs VAN 0

    PHI 5 vs CHI 2

    PHI 1 vs TB 0

    PHI 3 vs DAL 1

    PHI 2 vs VGK 0

    PHI 4 vs OTT 3 (SO)

    PHI 3 vs TOR 4 (SO)

    PHI vs BOS (accidental sim)

    PHI 3 vs CGY 1

    PHI 5 vs EDM 4 (OT)

    PHI 3 vs CBJ 2

    PHI 1 vs NJ 2 (OT)

    PHI 3 vs NYR 2

    PHI 3 vs LA 2

    PHI 2 vs SJ 1

    PHI 3 vs OTT 1

    PHI 2 vs BOS 1

    PHI 6 vs WPG 3

    PHI 3 vs STL 4

    PHI 6 vs WSH 2

    PHI 3 vs DET 4

    PHI 5 vs COL 1

    PHI 5 vs MIN 6

    PHI 3 vs TB 6

    PHI 3 vs WSH 2

    PHI 3 vs DET 1

    PHI 4 vs NSH 1

    PHI 3 vs MON 2

    PHI 4 vs BUF 0

    PHI 6 vs FLA 0






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    New Jersey



    NY Islanders













    1. CPU - Norway: Adam Henrique

    2. Craig - Canada: James vanRiemsdyk

    3. Gavyn - USA: JG Pageau

    4. Lucas - Switzerland: Jared Spurgeon

    5. Riley - Finland: Zach Parise

    6. Gary - Sweden: Jason Zucker

    7. Krys - Poland: Tyler Toffoli

    8- James - Russia: Matt Niskanen

    9. Owen - Italy: Jonathan Drouin

    10. Rich - Czech Rebublic: Damon Severson

    11. Mathias - Germany: Duncan Keith

    12. Sergio - Latvia: Filip Hronek

    13. Matt P - France: PK Subban

    14. Bill - Denmark: Braden Holtby

    15. Larry - Slovakia: Mikael Granlund

    16. Roi - Austria: Nikita Gusev

    and praise Jesus...good luck and goodnight

    ROUND something or other?

    1. Roi - Austria: Jonas Brodin
    2. Larry - Slovakia: Nate Schmidt
    3. Bill - Denmark: Jon Marchessault
    4. Matt P. - France: Phillip Danault
    5. Sergio - Latvia: MacKenzie Blackwood
    6. Mathias - Germany: Nick Schmaltz
    7. Rich - Czech Republic: Kevin Hayes
    8. Owen - Italy: Paul Byron
    9. Jamie - Russia: Anthony Duclair
    10. Krys - Poland: Noah Hanafin
    11. Gary - Sweden: Alex Iafallo
    12. Riley - Finland: Keith Yandle
    13. Lucas - Switzerland: Jacob Markstrom
    14. Gavyn - USA: Marc-Edouard Vlasic
    15. Craig - Canada: Matt Dumba
    16. CPU - Norway: Samuel Girard

    ROUND whatever round it is...who is counting?

    1. CPU - Norway: Nazem Kadri

    2. Craig - Canada: Logan Couture

    3. Gavyn - USA: Cam Fowler

    4. Lucas - Switzerland: Dominik Kubalik

    5. Riley - Finland: Nico Hischier

    6. Gary - Sweden: Kyle Palmieri

    7. Krys - Poland: Jacob Chychrun

    8- James - Russia: Anders Lee

    9. Owen - Italy: Alex Edler

    10. Rich - Czech Rebublic: Tyler Myers

    11. Mathias - Germany: Tony DeAngelo

    12. Sergio - Latvia: Tyler Bertuzzi

    13. Matt P - France: Mikhail Sergachev

    14. Bill - Denmark: Jake Muzzin

    15. Larry - Slovakia: William Karlsson

    16. Roi - Austria: Connor Brown

    ROUND 9

    1. Roi - Austria: Torey Krug
    2. Larry - Slovakia: Ryan McDonagh
    3. Bill - Denmark: Clayton Keller
    4. Matt P. - France: Alex Debrincat
    5. Sergio - Latvia: Ryan Johansen
    6. Mathias - Germany: David Perron
    7. Rich - Czech Republic: Ryan Pulock
    8. Owen - Italy: Jeff Skinner
    9. Jamie - Russia: Brayden Schenn
    10. Krys - Poland: John Klingberg
    11. Gary - Sweden: Esa Lindell
    12. Riley - Finland: Josh Morrissey
    13. Lucas - Switzerland: Colton Parayko
    14. Gavyn - USA: Ryan Strome
    15. Craig - Canada: Mattias Ekholm
    16. CPU - Norway: Brendan Gallagher

    ROUND 8

    1. CPU - Norway: Shea Weber

    2. Craig - Canada: Tomas Hertl

    3. Gavyn - USA: Travis Konecny

    4. Lucas - Switzerland: Kevin Fiala

    5. Riley - Finland: Anthony Mantha

    6. Gary - Sweden: Darnell Nurse

    7. Krys - Poland: Sergei Bobrovsky

    8- James - Russia: Jaden Schwartz

    9. Owen - Italy: Matt Duchene

    10. Rich - Czech Rebublic: Tom Wilson

    11. Mathias - Germany: Evgeni Dadonov

    12. Sergio - Latvia: Rasmus Ristolainen

    13. Matt P - France: Tatar.

    14. Bill - Denmark: Miro Heiskanen

    15. Larry - Slovakia: Chris Kreider

    16. Roi - Austria: Jakub Vrana

    ROUND 7

    1. Roi - Austria: Sean Monahan
    2. Larry - Slovakia: Brock Nelson
    3. Bill - Denmark: Max Domi
    4. Matt P. - France: Rasmus Dahlin
    5. Sergio - Latvia: Oscar Klefbom
    6. Mathias - Germany: Jacob Trouba
    7. Rich - Czech Republic: Nik Ehlers
    8. Owen - Italy: Tyson Barrie
    9. Jamie - Russia: Jeff Petry
    10. Krys - Poland: Alex Killorn
    11. Gary - Sweden: Jamie Benn
    12. Riley - Finland: David Rittich
    13. Lucas - Switzerland: Bryan Rust
    14. Gavyn - USA: Shea Theodore
    15. Craig - Canada: Mark Giordano
    16. CPU - Norway: Oliver Ekman-Larsson

    ROUND 6

    1. CPU - Norway: MAX PACIORETTY

    2. Craig - Canada: BEN BISHOP


    4. Lucas - Switzerland: SAM REINHART

    5. Riley - Finland: CHARLIE MCAVOY

    6. Gary - Sweden: VLAD TARASENKO

    7. Krys - Poland: TIMO MEIER

    8- James - Russia: MARK STONE

    9. Owen - Italy: REILLY SMITH

    10. Rich - Czech Rebublic: SEAN COUTURIER

    11. Mathias - Germany: TYLER SEGUIN

    12. Sergio - Latvia: ANDREI SVECHNIKOV

    13. Matt P - France: CARTER HART

    14. Bill - Denmark: DYLAN LARKIN

    15. Larry - Slovakia: MIKE HOFFMAN

    16. Roi - Austria: JACOB SLAVIN

    ROUND 5

    1. Roi - Austria: Ryan O'REILLY
    2. Larry - Slovakia: RYAN SUTER
    3. Bill - Denmark: FILIP FORSBERG
    4. Matt P. - France: EVGENI KUZNETSOV
    5. Sergio - Latvia: PIERRE-LUC DUBOIS
    6. Mathias - Germany: JAKE VORACEK
    7. Rich - Czech Republic: RYAN NUGENT-HOPKINS
    8. Owen - Italy: BROCK BOESER
    9. Jamie - Russia: FREDERIK ANDERSEN
    10. Krys - Poland: CLAUDE GIROUX
    11. Gary - Sweden: JONATHAN TOEWS
    12. Riley - Finland: BLAKE WHEELER
    13. Lucas - Switzerland: DOUGIE HAMILTON
    14. Gavyn - USA: KRIS LETANG
    15. Craig - Canada: NICK BACKSTROM
    16. CPU - Norway: RYAN ELLIS

    ROUND 4

    1. CPU - Norway: TUUKA RASK

    2. Craig - Canada: PATRICE BERGERON


    4. Lucas - Switzerland: WILLIAM NYLANDER

    5. Riley - Finland: JAKE GUENTZEL

    6. Gary - Sweden: AARON EKBLAD

    7. Krys - Poland: HAMPUS LINDHOLM

    8- James - Russia: JOHNNY GAUDREAU

    9. Owen - Italy: JORDAN BINNINGTON

    10. Rich - Czech Rebublic: EVANDER KANE

    11. Mathias - Germany: JOHN GIBSON

    12. Sergio - Latvia: THOMAS CHABOT

    13. Matt P - France: SETH JONES

    14. Bill - Denmark: ALEX PIETRANGELO

    15. Larry - Slovakia: TJ OSHIE

    16. Roi - Austria: CONNOR HELLEBUYK

    ROUND 3

    1. Roi - Austria: JT MILLER
    2. Larry - Slovakia: CAREY PRICE
    3. Bill - Denmark: IVAN PROVOROV
    4. Matt P. - France: PATRICK LAINE
    5. Sergio - Latvia: TAYLOR HALL
    6. Mathias - Germany: BRAYDEN POINT
    7. Rich - Czech Republic: ANDREI VASILEVSKY
    8. Owen - Italy: QUINN HUGHES
    9. Jamie - Russia: MORGAN RIELLY
    10. Krys - Poland: ELIAS LINDHOLM
    11. Gary - Sweden: EVGENI MALKIN
    12. Riley - Finland: CALE MAKAR
    13. Lucas - Switzerland: ZACH WERENSKI
    14. Gavyn - USA: BO HORVAT
    15. Craig - Canada: BRENT BURNS
    16. CPU - Norway: ANZE KOPITAR

    ROUND 2

    1. CPU - Norway: MITCH MARNER

    2. Craig - Canada: PATRICK KANE

    3. Gavyn - USA: BRAD MARCHAND

    4. Lucas - Switzerland: SEBASTIAN AHO

    5. Riley - Finland: MIKKO RANTANEN

    6. Gary - Sweden: VICTOR HEDMAN

    7. Krys - Poland: ALEX BARKOV

    8- James - Russia: BRADY TKACHUK

    9. Owen - Italy: JOHN CARLSON

    10. Rich - Czech Rebublic: KYLE CONNOR

    11. Mathias - Germany: ROMAN JOSI

    12. Sergio - Latvia: JOHN TAVARES

    13. Matt P - France: MATT BARZAL

    14. Bill - Denmark: GABRIEL LANDESKOG

    15. Larry - Slovakia: DREW DOUGHTY

    16. Roi - Austria: ERIK KARLSSON

    1. Roi - Austria: CONNOR MCDAVID
    2. Larry - Slovakia: LEON DRAISAITL
    3. Bill - Denmark: NATHAN MACKINNON
    4. Matt P. - France: DAVID PASTRNAK
    5. Sergio - Latvia: SIDNEY CROSBY
    6. Mathias - Germany: ARTEMI PANARIN
    7. Rich - Czech Republic: NIKITA KUCHEROV
    8. Owen - Italy: AUSTON MATTHEWS
    9. Jamie - Russia: ALEX OVECHKIN
    10. Krys - Poland: MATTHEW TKACHUK
    11. Gary - Sweden: STEVEN STAMKOS
    12. Riley - Finland: MARK SCHEIFELE
    13. Lucas - Switzerland: MIKA ZIBANEJAD
    14. Gavyn - USA: JACK EICHEL
    15. Craig - Canada: JONATHAN HUBERDEAU
    16. CPU - Norway: ELIAS PETTERSSON say I’m surprised would be a giant understatement. I would like thank Sergio and Larry for the recognition and all of the people who have offered kind words about my selection as GM of the year. I had no idea I was eligible for this award, but I sure am thankful to be recognized as being worthy. I’ve always tried to play, trade and handle my admin duties with the utmost integrity and honesty. Doing things “the right way” and being viewed as a person who chooses to follow that path is very important to me, which makes this award even more special. Thank you for that.

    This year has been filled with tremendous joy and unbelievable challenges. The fun and success that I’ve had in VHA this was also enhanced by a new addition to our family and many other blessings. In the less positive times, when I was dealing with many of the things Sergio eluded to, VHA was a stabilizing force and source of distraction, entertainment and conversation with old friends. This proved to me again that we offer something even the most current NHL release for console doesn’t...friendships, fun, conversations and community. I hope that VHA can continue to be a source for support, hockey, chatting and a welcome distraction in crazy times, for many years to come.

    Thanks again!

    Earlier this week I was able to collect my first VHA Cup as the Philadelphia Flyers. It was an incredibly long and stressful run, during which I was pushed to the max by 4 very gifted GMs. I consider it an honor to have found a way to beat 2 time cup champion Jamie (TOR), perennial cup finalist, Mathias (PIT), a consistently dangerous playoff performer in Sergio (MTL) and Roi (CGY), who had an incredible season and playoff run. There's a few words I'd like to end with, but first a few numbers...


    Philadelphia over Calgary 2-1 in OT

    Philadelphia over Calgary 1-0

    Philadelphia over Calgary 3-2

    Philadelphia over Calgary 4-1

    Carter Hart was named the playoff MVP after allowing only 4 goals in a 4 game sweep of Calgary. For the playoffs, Hart was 13-2 with a 2.41GAA and a 91.57SV%.

    Anze Kopitar: 21GP - 5G - 13A - 18PTS

    TJ Oshie: 21GP - 7G - 10A - 17PTS

    Mike Hoffman: 21GP - 10G - 6A - 16PTS

    Paul Stastny: 21GP - 7G - 8A - 15PTS

    Erik Gustafsson: 21 - 5G - 10A - 15PTS


    Philadelphia over Toronto (4 games to 0)

    There's no easy way to say this (for Jamie), but every one of the forwards had a great series vs Toronto. Paul Stastny elevated his game and scored some big goals, but frankly, it was the overall depth that put Philadelphia through to the next round here. Perhaps the most unsung hero is Roman Josi, who continually refused to fight Kyle Clifford, until he beat the wheels off him late in the series.

    Philadelphia over Pittsburgh (4 games to 2)

    It sure as hell wasn't whoever was covering Pastrnak! In truth, if I had to pick one player it would be Clayton Keller, who was traded to Philadelphia from Pittsburgh, earlier in the year. Keller was part of the 3rd line with Nylander and Foligno, which did it's job by scoring important goals vs whoever they were thrown out against. Pittsburgh routinely tried to catch line 3 out vs their line of Guenztel, Crosby and Kane, but but Keller and Nylander held their own and found ways to create turnovers and goals.

    Philadelphia over Montreal (4 games to 3)

    This is possibly the most clear pick for me. In spite of a fantastic standin performance in net by Anton Khudobin for the first 2 game, the pick has to be Erik Gustafsson. I don't know that I'll ever be able to explain how insane it was to see Gustafsson (who had 0 playoff goals prior to this series) score 4 huge goals in this series alone. Gustafsson would go on to score the game winner vs Calgary in game 1 of the final, but vs Montreal he was dominant here. Whether he was on human growth hormones or just the beneficiary of a very hot run at he perfect time, we may never know, but he was the clear standout, finishing the series with a +11.

    Philadelphia over Calgary (4 games to 0)

    It's very hard to pick one player from this series, but it's hard to argue against Carter Hart, who only gave up 4 goals in 4 games. In games 1 and 2, Hart faced limited shots, but he made several key saves in each game, which Philadelphia won 2-1 and 1-0, respectively. In game 3, Roi upped his offensive game and by game 4, Calgary was putting serious pressure on Hart, but he would not bend. I could possibly also have made the case for TJ Oshie, who scored some big goals here, but Hart stole the show.


    There were many times, over many different seasons, where I played my final game of the season and thought that perhaps someone who played the way I played (strictly within the rules), simply couldn't win the cup. I'm happy to report, that's untrue. I'm also happy to report that the hard work I did on my roster really mattered, thus proving that YOUR participation matters too!

    I could feel the difference in ratings when facing Jamie, who had somehow started a rebuild and still managed to finish 5th in the East. I could feel the depth of my bottom six keeping me within striking distance vs Mathias and his team of all-stars. I couldn't have survived a 7 game series with Sergio without the depth I had in goal and on D. In short, I couldn't have won the cup without having put in my time building assets and bringing it all together for this run. To that end, I hope everyone who watched any of these series believes that you can win, not only by playing cleanly, but by being active, making trades and participating in all of the offseason events that can push you over the top.

    And with that...the honeymoon is over, it's time to start the process of building a team that can defense this title!

    Thanks to all who participated this year and I hope everyone comes back, more active than ever!