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Old 07-28-2015, 03:37 PM   #21
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Not sure if this is the place to ask but Cole, since you are here maybe you can answer this. When you see the team scoring at the end of the season, will it have the people who have played all the games? What I mean is when you look, will it have a player that you traded away and have his stats show in your final stats for the team?
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Old 07-28-2015, 03:50 PM   #22
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Not sure if this is the place to ask but Cole, since you are here maybe you can answer this. When you see the team scoring at the end of the season, will it have the people who have played all the games? What I mean is when you look, will it have a player that you traded away and have his stats show in your final stats for the team?
Of course, otherwise the team (and maybe even league) stats would be wrong. After a trade you still can see what they did in games before the trade with the first team.
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Old 07-28-2015, 05:08 PM   #23
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Similarly I've never been much of a tactical type, I just like managing the roster and setting up other things to let the coaches run with, and seeing the results and stats and everything like that. So I'm not sure how much depth I'll get out of advanced tactics either, but this is definitely a good feature to include and should really make things more detailed. If nothing else I may look over it as well to see what it's like.
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Old 07-28-2015, 09:06 PM   #24
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Does the new engine do anything to address the issue of Defensemen not scoring enough goals, and getting too many assists?
All areas of statistical accuracy have been improved.

To give you an example though, top 10 in defensive goal scoring from this past NHL season in real life:

Oliver Ekman-Larsson - 23 (43 points)
Erik Karlsson 21 (66 points)
Dustin Byfuglien 18 (45 points)
Brent Burns 17 (60 points)
Trevor Daley 16 (38 points)
PK Subban 15 (60 points)
Dennis Wideman 15 (56 points)
Roman Josi 15 (55 points)
Justin Faulk 15 (49 points)
Shea Webber 15 (45 points)

And same top 10 of defensive scorers in a sim of 2015/2016 in FHM 2:

Alex Pietrangelo - 18 goals (67 points)
Dustin Byfuglien - 17 goals (44 points)
Oliver Ekman-Larson - 17 goals (61 points)
PK Subban - 17 goals (64 points)
Shea Weber - 17 goals (56 points)
Tyson Barrie - 16 goals (50 points)
Michael Del Zotto - 16 goals (44 points)
Zdeno Chara - 15 goals (34 points)
Mark Giordano - 14 goals (56 points)
Mike Green - 14 goals (46 points)

So I'm thinking it's looking pretty good!
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Old 07-28-2015, 09:48 PM   #25
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All areas of statistical accuracy have been improved.

To give you an example though, top 10 in defensive goal scoring from this past NHL season in real life:

Oliver Ekman-Larsson - 23 (43 points)
Erik Karlsson 21 (66 points)
Dustin Byfuglien 18 (45 points)
Brent Burns 17 (60 points)
Trevor Daley 16 (38 points)
PK Subban 15 (60 points)
Dennis Wideman 15 (56 points)
Roman Josi 15 (55 points)
Justin Faulk 15 (49 points)
Shea Webber 15 (45 points)

And same top 10 of defensive scorers in a sim of 2015/2016 in FHM 2:

Alex Pietrangelo - 18 goals (67 points)
Dustin Byfuglien - 17 goals (44 points)
Oliver Ekman-Larson - 17 goals (61 points)
PK Subban - 17 goals (64 points)
Shea Weber - 17 goals (56 points)
Tyson Barrie - 16 goals (50 points)
Michael Del Zotto - 16 goals (44 points)
Zdeno Chara - 15 goals (34 points)
Mark Giordano - 14 goals (56 points)
Mike Green - 14 goals (46 points)

So I'm thinking it's looking pretty good!

Definite improvement. Where did Karlsson finish in your sim?
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Definite improvement. Where did Karlsson finish in your sim?
He finished up 13 goals, 47 assists.
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He finished up 13 goals, 47 assists.
That's quite the outlier for Karlsson. In my sims he generally gets around 20 goals. He must have had an unsustainably bad shooting percentage in that particular game.
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