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  1. I've been thinking how to do this (NA Midget/Bantam/Junior) and here is my thoughts: - Generated players should be placed on the team closest to their home city (I don't know if this is how its suppose to work but it doesn't do that currently). Maybe percentage based to have some players playing in other regions. - Geographical zones (similar to CHL zones) for provinces/states and in Ontario geographical zones inside the province. - Change all (Bantam/Midget) leagues classification from Domestic Junior to a new 'Domestic Youth' (or something). - Rule which states a player cannot be signed by a team outside the zone until 18 (or is no longer eligible for midget) which would apply to domestic junior leagues and other domestic youth teams. Other things to help NA juniors: - Canadian / USA players cannot play in 'domestic junior' leagues in the other country until a minimum of 18 years old. - In Canada any player playing in a 'domestic junior' league (Junior A/B/C) must be traded for and cannot simply be signed to a higher level. - Canadian Domestic junior leagues do not have 'protection lists' which prevent other domestic junior leagues signing players, however some have league specific protection lists. Example: Player is unsigned, but has rights owned in the AJHL by a team he previously played for, however he can sign in the BCHL for any team. If the player wishes to play in the AJHL he must play for the team which holds his rights. - All Canadian Major Junior and Junior players have 'no-trade' clauses until they are 18. Edit: I missed the area where you said improvements to high school and junior leagues! Great news!
  2. This is huge, also setting an under 'age' (15) as well as an upper age number (17) in league settings for unplayable leagues. Also for rookie, development, and veteran player limits, it would be nice if it was just for the leagues 'classification' (junior/major junior/professional). Right now I believe 'development' and 'veteran' status is just validated by 'pro' games with 'rookie' being only that league.
  3. To add to this it would be great if in north american young junior players play close to home, or have a preference for staying locally. In the game now lots of western Canadian players for example sign in Ontario after completing their bantam careers. Maybe it's possible to add a setting for teams preference of local players? I think it is a problem with junior teams too. (Applicable to players midget age only I would think).
  4. Looks great! I'd also like to mention CHL teams signing and releasing players immediately when it puts them over their contracted player limits (IRL teams are limited on the amount of player contracts they can use per season). I hope that could be fixed as well as introducing having to put players through waivers when releasing them and ability to place players on your protection list without signing them to a contract. Maybe hard to incorporate but it would be nice to add an option to sign players to 'affiliate contracts' for CHL as that is how affiliate players are used (limit of 10 gp/year and 5 affiliate contracts per season)
  5. It appears when the salary cap is active in the NHL the minimum player budget that a team can get (after Jul. 1st of the next season after starting) is the total cap. Example: Cap is 75000000, Arizona Team rep and market size = 1 in the database, july 1st comes and there players budget is 75000000. With the salary cap disabled it is about 53000000. This is creating every team having the ability to spend to the cap
  6. Currently in 2020 and almost every team is up against or over the salary cap in August. This is creating a lot of really good players hitting the waiver wire. Would be great to see the teams manage the salary cap better, as well as some smaller market teams have tighter budgets. It seems if a player is willing to resign with the team the team will re-sign them no matter what every time.
  7. Would be nice to assign a captain and not have to worry about the AI assigning a new captain when simming....
  8. The game does not utilize defensive players very well. Most players (usually forwards) with a 'defensive' player role often end up with average ratings in the low 6's.
  9. Seems a lot of the angry board reactions comes from trades where you get draft picks in return
  10. Seems any trade involving a draft pick in return my board is pissed... Kyle Turris is playing like **** with a 6,7 GR and 29 with one year left on his contact, traded him for 2 1sts and a 3rd liner and my board rages
  11. Still seeing a lot of players renewing their contracts for 1 or 2 years (Ladd / Byfuglien)
  12. It seems to happen during every game I try and start, I have saved games but not right before the trades.
  13. Had a game-breaking amount of horrible trades my first season. It seemed almost every trade was this bad... 1. Nate Guenin for a 2nd rounder. Nate Guenin is 33 years of age and a career minor leaguer. 2. Joonas Korpisalo for Michal Rozsival. Korpisalo is a pretty good goalie prospect, and Rozsival is 37 years old and was sent to the minors by Columbus and was a healthy scratch in the AHL the whole season. 3. Dustin Byfuglien to Nashville for 2 B (maybe C) level prospects. 4. 1st round pick for Mike Weber and probably a C+ rated prospect. Mike Weber is a 6th-7th dman. 5. Valeri Nichushkin for Kris Russel and a B level prospect. 6. Dennis Wideman for David Pastrnak. 7. Mike Cammalleri for a 1st, 2nd, Ilya Samsonov (A prospect) and Liam O'brien (B prospect) I hope there is an update quick to fix this!
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