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  1. Ok I'm going to somewhat disagree with you here. There are franchise/Elite players in every draft, but the number of them that are able to make their respective NHL teams and be put in a position to succeed are few. Attribute wise EHM could be creating players that can jump right in after the draft, but i'm wondering if the Coaching Attributes/GM Attributes/AI are not allowing said rookies to flourish in roles that they'd score in, like the Human GMs are capable of. In 1998-99 DB Save that I have there are a few 18-21 year olds that have come into the league and done VERY good(Two defensemen on the level of Ekblad, for example). The FWD shown followed almost the same path as Stamkos. Good 1st year, excellent 2nd year(Granted not 50 Goals, but 50 goals is rare in EHM. Between 1998-2017 I only saw 6 50+ goal scorers, team scoring is on par with the past few seasons 284-322 Goals scored) Now in this era I do believe we will see 21-24 year olds be the dominating forces. We're already seeing it not only in the NHL but in the other Professional leagues. In all honesty in this day and age with hockey. I don't think we will ever see this again. OV and Crosby did it right after a Lockout with huge rule changes that teams needed to adjust to and they were also Generational Players. But the others that did this were during the free-offensive style of the 80s-early 90s. We'll NEVER see those numbers again. I looked up the players that have scored 50+ POINTS as 18-19 year olds. Here's the list with (draft years) in the last 20 or so years Sidney Crosby(2005)(As an 18 and 19 year old) Jeff Skinner(18 and 19 year old)(2010) Nathan MacKinnon(2013) Jaromir Jagr(1995) Ryan Nugent-Hopkins(2011) Steven Stamkos(2008) Patrick Kane(2007) Marian Gaborik(2000) Tyler Seguin(2010) Matt Duchene(2009) Vincent Lecavalier(1998) Anze Kopitar(2005) Rick Nash(2002) Jack Eichel(2015) Jonathan Toews(2006) John Tavares(2009) Gabriel Landeskog(2011) Jarome Iginla(1990) Connor McDavid(2015)(He would have hit 50 points) They are once/twice in a decade if that. Can't say if I've seen/noticed a generational players being generated(though I did have a 192 PA player created in the 1998-99 db
  2. Sim to 2033(Nov 24th) under Quick Sim setting w/ All leagues enabled(NHL being the only Enhanced) Looks a LOT better then the 15.2 update. I agree with the Reputation issue. Only 1 Star and that's McDavid at age 36 Also the players playing for into their late 30s-early 40s is still there for the current players in the NHL now(i.e the McDavids, Reillys, etc.) but their physical stats are plummeting and even though there are better younger players either unsigned prospects or in the system Could be a GM AI issue? Stamkos is the only player who eclipsed Gordie Howe with only John Tavares, Ryan O'Reilly and Jonathan Toews going over 1700GPs
  3. It's all good man. There is some gaming time to be had lol. If someone else wants to run a long test sim, by all means go ahead. I'm not the SI Test Sim Guy by any means, just a guy who likes long sim games and is very anal about how well a long sim works before sinking days into it.
  4. I'll see what I can do. Currently on vacation visiting family.
  5. No I was doing the National Team. Here is the Top Players in the world(4 Pages worth) to show players that are fully developed and still with bad Mental Attributes The one STAR Reputation Player was a 2018 Draft Pick and is 37 years old
  6. Actually it looks like they do. Are you basing that off the reputation?
  7. Did a check of this last sim Year - 1st Good - 1st Bust - 2/3 Good - 4-7 Good 2020 - 12 - 18 - 10 - 0 2021 - 18 - 12 - 10 - 1 2022 - 20 - 10 - 9 - 6 2023 - 21 - 9 - 14 - 4 2024 - 16 - 14 - 10 - 7 2025 - 17 - 13 - 19 - 9 2026 - 17- 13 - 18 - 5 2027 - 24 - 6 - 14 - 3 2028 - 20 - 10 - 15 - 5 2029 - 19 - 11 - 14 - 4 2030 - 22 - 8 - 14 - 6
  8. Years fluctuate from what I've noticed. Wrote down the numbers to one of the sims I did in an 8 year period Year - 1st Round Good - 1st Round Busts - # 2/3 Rounders That turn out good - Round 4-7 Good Players 2022 - 8 - 22 - 4 - 3 2023 - 21 - 9 - 13 - 3 2024 - 18 - 12 - 16 - 5 2025 - 14 -16 - 17 - 4 2026 - 23 - 7 - 24 - 9 2027 - 22 - 8 - 18 - 7 2028 - 24 - 6 - 13 - 2 2029 - 21 - 9 - 17 - 7 Overall pretty good besides a few wonky years(2022/2025) and I'm liking the late round gems, but as far as the 2nd/3rd rounders I don't know if it's the CPU reaching(ie. those 2nd rounders actually be 1st round Ranked) or just good 2nd round picks
  9. NOthing changes with last update Alright. 2038 is where I'm at with the newest update and as far as the mental attributes are concerned nothing has changed.
  10. I've done two sims out to 2030ish and noticed that a lot of the players in general have really poor mental attributes. It seems that after the 2017 Draft is when it really starts going downhill
  11. /Awesome, figured it out. I had other logos so I had to get creative. Again, man AMAZING WORK!! As far as the Canadian one, one team needs to be added to League Three I've simmed a couple years already, gets pretty wild as far as transfers go. I've seen Neymar go to Phoenix for over $65M, Carlos Tevez went to Dallas, Los Angeles and a couple other team aren't afraid to spend money either. I can post a good report on how it goes if people are interested.
  12. I too am having this issue, might have to just create a 16th team. I haven't looked in the editor. Where do we put the logos, kits, and such from the complete packs on fm13? FAntastic jobs though with this
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