Home | Webstore
Latest News: FHM 5 Available - Update OOTP 19.8 is online - OOTP 19 Available! - MLB Manager 2018 Available Now

FHM 5 Available Now!

  

Go Back   OOTP Developments Forums > Franchise Hockey Manager 4 > FHM 4 - Dynasty Reports

FHM 4 - Dynasty Reports Talk about your FHM dynasties here!

Reply
 
Thread Tools
Old 10-13-2018, 10:03 AM   #661
George_Bell
All Star Starter
 
George_Bell's Avatar
 
Join Date: Dec 2013
Posts: 1,840
Thanks: 709
Thanked 948x in 610 posts


The Flames have lots of experience, a bunch of players being on the 1982 champs. The Nordiques hardly have any experience. This is their first real run at a title. Quebec finished with the 2nd best record in the league, and has the statistical advantage over Calgary almost everywhere. Quebec though, relies on Doug Gilmour and Paul Coffey. If those two arenít scoring, the Nordiques arenít scoring. Calgary has a more balanced attack.

Quebecís goaltending situation is weird. Doug Soetaert has played the majority of playoff games, but heís sitting in the minors for some reason, and only played 12 NHL games during the regular season. Their two regular NHL goalies, Scott Gordon and Karl Friesen have each seen action in the playoffs. I have no clue who will play goal for them.
George_Bell is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 10-14-2018, 10:24 AM   #662
George_Bell
All Star Starter
 
George_Bell's Avatar
 
Join Date: Dec 2013
Posts: 1,840
Thanks: 709
Thanked 948x in 610 posts


Rick Middleton scores twice, while the Flames top line pairing of Bryan Trottier and Brian Sutter combine for 7 assists. Flames win game one, 5-2. Game two sees Calgary score three straight goals in the 2nd period, to grab a 3-1 lead, but before period ends, Cam Neely and Paul MacDermid score, tying it entering the third period. In the third, Mark Lamb scores early, and David Maley adds the insurance. Quebec ties the series with a 5-3 win.


At 35, Rick Middleton is still scoring for the Flames!

Mark Tinordi and Cam Neely give the Nordiques a 2-0 lead, quieting the home town fans early in game 3. Brian Sutter gets the Flames on the board on a late 2nd period power play. Bryan Trottier would tie it 2 minutes into the third. Quebec responds. Doug Gilmour notches his 9th to give them the lead back, but the lead is short lived, as Marc Bureau ties it 3 minutes later. Overtime! In OT, the owner of 20 career goals over 6 seasons, Michael Dark is the hero, beating Brian Hayward at the 10:12 mark. Quebec wins it 4-3! Game 4 is kind of the opposite of game 3. Calgary jumps out to a 2-0 lead, only to see Quebec score two late in the 2nd to tie it. The teams exchange third period goals to force overtime, and this time, Calgaryís Andrei Lomakin ends it after 16 minutes of extra play. 4-3 Flames!


Mike Dark gets the biggest goal of his career in game three!

After playing to 1-1 stalemate through the first two periods of game five, the Nordiques run into some penalty problems in the third. They take 4 straight minors, and lose Paul Coffey to a 10 minute misconduct for what looks like arguing with the ref. Calgary takes advantage, scoring 3 times in a 6 minute span. Flames win it 4-1. Game 4 hero, Andrei Lomakin opens the scoring of game 6, giving hope to the home crowd that today is the end of the series. Doug Gilmour has other plans though. In the 2nd, Dougie sets up Cam Neely to tie it, scores the go ahead goal, and sets up Paul Lawless who gets an insurance goal. Thatís all the scoring. 3-1 Quebec. We go to game 7!


Gilmour is the first star of game 6!

GAME 7



This is Quebecís 27th game of the playoffs and their 3rd game 7! They crushed in the previous two. Very early in the game, Brad Maxwell finds a lose puck between Nordique defenders, and gets himself a breakaway. He scores to give Calgary the early lead. The lead is short lived. A minute later, Doug Gilmour takes a Paul Coffey pass, and slides it under Brian Hayward to tie it. Both teams score on their first shots of the game. Rick Middleton scores on Calgaryís second shot of the game. Quebec goalie Karl Friesen looks shaky. 2-1 Flames after a period.


Brad Maxwell opens the scoring in game 7!

Quebec was probably the better team in the first, and that continued in the 2nd. They are controlling most of the play, and get rewarded when Cam Neely tipped a Mark Tinordi shot into the Flames goal. 2-2 tie halfway through the game. Near the end of the 2nd, Quebec takes 2 straight penalties, and find themselves short 2 men for almost 2 full minutes. The Flames fail to capitalize, ending the period tied. Is this a huge moment that will cost the Flames a title?

Both teams seem nervous. Penalty after penalty is called in the third, as no team wants to give a step to their opponents. 10 total minor penalties are called. Despite all the penalties, no real offense is generated. The third period shot total ends up just 7-6. With just under 3 minutes left, Doug Gilmour skates with the puck deep in Calgaryís zone. He throws the puck back to the point. Grant Ledyard takes a seeing eye wrist shot which avoids Hayward, and finds the back of the net! 3-2 Quebec with 2:26 remaining! Unbelievably, Cam Neely then takes a roughing penalty. Quebec spends the rest of the game short handed. Calgary doubles their shot total from 3 to 6 trying to tie it, but they canít. The Nordiques win it 3-2, and take the Stanley Cup!!








George_Bell is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 10-14-2018, 10:27 AM   #663
George_Bell
All Star Starter
 
George_Bell's Avatar
 
Join Date: Dec 2013
Posts: 1,840
Thanks: 709
Thanked 948x in 610 posts



George_Bell is offline   Reply With Quote
Thank you for this post:
Jamee999 (10-15-2018)
Old 10-16-2018, 09:49 AM   #664
George_Bell
All Star Starter
 
George_Bell's Avatar
 
Join Date: Dec 2013
Posts: 1,840
Thanks: 709
Thanked 948x in 610 posts
1988 NHL Offseason News and Notes

Here are the skating leaders from last season.



Here are the goalie leaders from last season.



Here are last seasons playoff leaders.



For the fifth time this decade, Craig MacTavish is the winner of the Selke Trophy as best defensive forward. Itís pretty safe to say that when he retires, Iím naming that award after him. Wayne Gretzky wins his 4th Hart Trophy and his first in 3 years. Doug Gilmour adds a Conn Smythe to his mantle.





Chicagoís Larry Robinson retires at the age of 36. Playing for the Blackhawks means you donít have much team success, but they were turning it around. This last season saw Chicago come very close to making the finals. Losing Robinson will hurt though. Larry finished his career with 11 double digit goal seasons. 724 points is a franchise record for defenseman. Larryís number 22 will be retired in Chicago.

Buffaloís Bill Hajt, a defenseman who spent his whole career as a Sabre has retired. He played 1280 games, registering 602 points and a 68 game rating. Heís 2nd all time in Sabres career scoring. Buffalo will retire his #22. Longtime Islanders goalie, Phil Myre is leaving the game at 39. He had a three year run in NYís net, registering a record of 112-29-9. Myre is the franchiseís career leader in wins and shutouts. The Islanders will retire his #1.



Winnipeg trades another stud defenseman.



Winnipeg at one time had incredible defenseman to build their team around. Chris Chelios, Scott Stevens, and Al MacInnis. Only one remains. Scott Stevens has been traded to the Bruins! Heís 24, and has 4 straight 60+ point seasons. Stevens also plays a great defensive and physical game. This is an amazing deal for the Bruins. Boston gives up Joe Mullen and a first round pick. Mullen is a 31 year old scoring winger, whose hit 40 goals twice. Heís been a point a game player the last few years, but I canít imagine him getting better. Heís a first liner at the moment, and if Winnipeg thinks this helps them win a cup next year, I understand it, but I donít like it for them. They give up the better player, whose 7 years younger.


Stevens heads to Boston.

The Rangers decide to trade Vinny Damphousse after a great playoff!



After 2 strong seasons with the Rangers, Vinny Damphousse is headed to Buffalo. A potential top line center, Damphousse was a key figure in the Ranger run to the third round of the 88 playoffs with 17 points in 15 games. Vinny is a really nice player to build around. Still only 20, his future is bright. I guess the Rangers wanted Jim Vesey. Heís 22 and looks like a 4th line center or checking line center. Heís older and less skilled then Damphousse. Heís got some offense in him, but it hasnít manifested into results yet. Hate this deal for NY. Doesnít make a lot of sense. The two players they receive don't have anywhere near the potential or substance they gave up.


The newest Sabre!

Teemu Selanne is the first European player to be selected first overall in the NHL draft. He goes to the Buffalo Sabres, who are one of 4 teams to pass on Mike Modano, who has the highest potential in the draft. Detroit snatches him up at 5! Itís a very talented draft, with potential stars all over the first round.



Two of the most talented players available, Sergei Zubov and Sergei Fedorov are selected back to back in the sixth round by Toronto and LA. I have no clue when and if they will come over to North America to play. We are getting closer to that period when Russians come over regularly, but I donít know how the game will handle it. Here is a look at top pick Teemu Selanne!



The Hockey Hall of Fame welcomed two player this year. North Stars star Rogie Vachon joins the hallowed halls. The 2nd winningiest goalie in NHL history, Vachon retired the year before Minnesota won the first of two straight Stanley Cups. Itís a bit ironic, that he and his teammate, the other inductee into Hall of Fame both missed out on the North Stars cup wins! Brad Park was a great defenseman. One thing I noticed while looking at his career was his 7 Hart trophy nominations. He lost to Marcel Dionne all the time!



The first team selected in the iron curtain draft, the Bruins, will sign 22 year old Russian defenseman Dmitri Mironov. A huge man, standing 6í4, 224 lbs, Mironov possesses a good shot, and a good brain. He will be solid right away, and looks to me like we will get significantly better with more time. Boston selected him 135th overall in 1984.



The LA Kings are the 2nd lucky team, and they just drafted Sergei Fedorov in the 6th round of this years draft. Heís the best qualifying player, and will immediately sign with the Kings. Fedorov is a 2.5/3.5 star player, so he will probably play as an 18 year old. His biggest asset at the moment is his defensive ratings. They are elite for an 18 year old. His offense isnít as good as you would expect, but that defense will make him very good right away!



The LA Kings have changed their logo and colours. Here is their new look.


George_Bell is offline   Reply With Quote
Thank you for this post:
JaytheGreat (10-16-2018)
Old 10-16-2018, 11:48 AM   #665
JaytheGreat
Minors (Rookie Ball)
 
Join Date: Aug 2018
Location: Michigan
Posts: 23
Thanks: 17
Thanked 19x in 19 posts
I would have loved getting one of Selanne, Lidstrom, Blake, or Roenick, but getting the highest potential player in the draft Mike Modano and pairing him Mario Lemieux the Red Wings have a chance to be special if Mario can stay healthy. Every team in the top 8 should be happy with their picks except maybe Pittsburgh.
JaytheGreat is offline   Reply With Quote
Thank you for this post:
George_Bell (Yesterday)
Old Yesterday, 09:56 AM   #666
George_Bell
All Star Starter
 
George_Bell's Avatar
 
Join Date: Dec 2013
Posts: 1,840
Thanks: 709
Thanked 948x in 610 posts
Quote:
Originally Posted by JaytheGreat View Post
I would have loved getting one of Selanne, Lidstrom, Blake, or Roenick, but getting the highest potential player in the draft Mike Modano and pairing him Mario Lemieux the Red Wings have a chance to be special if Mario can stay healthy. Every team in the top 8 should be happy with their picks except maybe Pittsburgh.
Tony Amonte aint a bad choice, as long as he develops!
George_Bell is offline   Reply With Quote
Old Yesterday, 10:06 AM   #667
George_Bell
All Star Starter
 
George_Bell's Avatar
 
Join Date: Dec 2013
Posts: 1,840
Thanks: 709
Thanked 948x in 610 posts
1988-89 Season Preview





Player Spotlight

The season preview states Kelly Hrudey of the New Jersey Devils and Buffalo's Patrick Roy are the best goalies in the league. I'm not so sure about that, but now would be a perfect time to take a quick look at their skill sets to see where the game is coming from.



Hrudey is very skilled. He's 27 years old, and in his prime. He's put together several very good regular seasons, and has a few long playoff runs under his belt. The results seem to suggest he is one of the leagues top goalies!



Young Patrick Roy sure looks the part, but his play suggests looks are deceiving. Roy's first two seasons saw a save percentage of .856. Last year that number was .875, but that's not good enough for a goalie who's supposed to be a top player in the league. Roy is certainly capable, but upto this point, he hasn't played like an elite goalie.
George_Bell is offline   Reply With Quote
Old Yesterday, 01:01 PM   #668
JaytheGreat
Minors (Rookie Ball)
 
Join Date: Aug 2018
Location: Michigan
Posts: 23
Thanks: 17
Thanked 19x in 19 posts
Quote:
Originally Posted by George_Bell View Post
Tony Amonte aint a bad choice, as long as he develops!
I'm not saying he's a bad player, but there were better players they could have picked.
JaytheGreat is offline   Reply With Quote
Reply

Bookmarks

Thread Tools

Posting Rules
You may not post new threads
You may not post replies
You may not post attachments
You may not edit your posts

BB code is On
Smilies are On
[IMG] code is On
HTML code is Off

Forum Jump


All times are GMT -4. The time now is 07:27 AM.

 

Major League Baseball trademarks and copyrights are used with permission of MLB Advanced Media, L.P. Minor League Baseball trademarks and copyrights are used with the permission of Minor League Baseball. All rights reserved.

The Major League Baseball Players Association (www.MLBPLAYERS.com ) is the collective bargaining representative for all professional baseball players of the thirty Major League Baseball teams and serves as the exclusive group licensing agent for commercial and licensing activities involving active Major League baseball players. On behalf of its members, it operates the Players Choice licensing program and the Players Choice Awards, which benefit the needy through the Major League Baseball Players Trust, a charitable foundation established and run entirely by Major League baseball players. Follow: @MLB_Players; @MLBPAClubhouse; @MLBPlayersTrust

Out of the Park Baseball is a registered trademark of Out of the Park Developments GmbH & Co. KG

Google Play is a trademark of Google Inc.

Apple, iPhone, iPod touch and iPad are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.

COPYRIGHT © 2017 OUT OF THE PARK DEVELOPMENTS. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

 

Powered by vBulletin® Version 3.8.10
Copyright ©2000 - 2018, vBulletin Solutions, Inc.
Copyright © 2018 Out of the Park Developments