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Old 11-24-2016, 12:12 AM   #1
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Competition level affecting growth

When the level of competition is too high and affecting a players development, do they not develop at all? Or is it just slowed? Cause I've been managing/coaching the Prince George Cougars for almost a full season now, and my backup goalie has been tagged with this, and I don't think he's gained a single stat on my monthly development reports. Which is too bad cause he's 18-9 with a. 903 save % a 5 shutouts.
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Old 11-24-2016, 04:08 AM   #2
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Just slowed. Unless he's so far out of his league that he's only getting a half-star rating, it won't reduce his development speed by more than about 15%. The theoretical maximum reduction is just under 35%, but you'd have to do something like take a player whose attributes were all 1's and 2's and put him in the NHL to get that.
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And what about when the player is too good?
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And what about when the player is too good?
I had Connor Mcdavid and Leon Draisaitl listed as too good for the league and they were still averaging 5 or 6 stat bumps per development report
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The maximum reduction is about 15% if the player is too good for the league, but in most cases it'll be lower than that.
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Old 11-25-2016, 12:58 PM   #6
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The maximum reduction is about 15% if the player is too good for the league, but in most cases it'll be lower than that.
Well, I think it should be more severe, especially with regards to junior leagues. In pro hockey, players always have something to learn (well, at least in top level leagues in decent hockey nations). I don't really think that scoring 2 points a night in a junior league add anything to a 19-20 years old player.
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