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A new version of the TBL Rosters (version 9.1) is now available. It can be downloaded via the Steam Workshop or via TBL: http://www.ehmtheblueline.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=77&t=17541 CHANGELIST: Updated league structures for use with the new 2016 ruleset; Re-rated NHL draft prospects; Updated rosters for Canadian Major Junior teams; Updated rosters and additional players added for the Scottish National League; Various additional transactions (as at 12 October 2016); Various additional players and non-players created; Various players re-rated and adjusted; Added some player career histories for players in Denmark; Edited team colours in many playable leagues; and Various data mistakes corrected.
The TBL Rosters v9.0 (2016/17) is now available HERE and also via the Steam Workshop. A rough/non-exhaustive changelist is posted below. Note that the game currently has a 2015/16 ruleset and so the 2016/17 league structures are not currently implemented in this database. We will release an updated version once the 2016/17 ruleset is available in-game. In the meantime, enjoy! :-) Download: CLICK HERE Questions/comments: CLICK HERE CHANGELIST: Rosters and transactions updated as of 12 October 2016 for a wide variety of leagues included, but not limited to, the leagues listed below. National Hockey League: - Updated rosters - Updated player ratings American Hockey League: - Updated rosters - Updated player ratings ECHL: - Updated rosters Southern Professional Hockey League: - Updated rosters Ontario Hockey League: - Updated rosters - Updated goalie Current Ability and Potential Ability Western Hockey League: - Updated rosters - Updated goalie Current Ability and Potential Ability Alps Hockey League: - Updated rosters Central & Eastern Europe: - Updated rosters - Updated player ratings Great Britain: - Updated rosters for the EIHL, EPIHL, NIHL-1 and NIHL-2 - Corrected various dates of birth, names, heights, weights, jersey numbers, etc - Updated key attributes and Player Roles for players in the EPIHL - Updated team names Slovenia: - Updated rosters Sweden: - Updated rosters for the SHL, Allsvenskan, Hockeyettan and juniors Added player career history for many players in the following leagues: - NHL - AHL - ECHL - SPHL - OHL - QMJHL - WHL - British EIHL, EPIHL and NIHL - Swedish SHL and SHL-affiliated junior teams Competition histories updated for all playable leagues (except for certain World Championship histories owing to limitations with the EHM 2007 database). Note that the NLA, NLB and some World Championships histories require further work owing to legacy EHM 2007 database issues. Updated team reputations for the KHL, SHL, Allsvenskan, NLA, DEL, Czech Elite League, Slovakian Elite League and all Swedish junior leagues. Many miscellaneous fixes and adjustments.
There are some strange interactions with free agents in this game. For example, as Red Wings GM, I wanted to sign Almquist. He wanted to be a regular player, but I decided to offer him "core status." Almquist is making less than $300,000 I believe in Sweden. Probably even lower. So I offer core. He demands over $3M. Too much. I don't offer it. The next week, I offer again, as a regular player. Now he only wants $1.4M or something. Deal. I've since since this several times It seems that the role you offer sets the player's demand as much as anything. It seems to me that a player's reputation should have more clout than my offer of the role. A player is only worth so much, regardless of how I intend to use him. This is a particularly frustrating dynamic when dealing with European free agents, who will only accept offers as "core players" and this demand twice what they're worth. Why would a European, making $175,000 in the Suisse league, demand $3.6M to play in the NHL when he's clearly only a 4th liner?