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4/20/2020 2:38 pm  #81


Re: AltHL Legacy

Were some of the drafts pushed back a few years in this timeline? IRL this was the 1995 draft I think.


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4/20/2020 2:47 pm  #82


Re: AltHL Legacy

CCLXXXVII wrote:

Were some of the drafts pushed back a few years in this timeline? IRL this was the 1995 draft I think.

Nope - Lindros was selected by the Nordiques first overall in the 91 draft.  The drama that I described happened during that season as Lindros held out like he said he would.  The court battle happened towards the end of that year.  By 1995 the Flyers and the Nordiques were trending up.  95 Lindros actually won the league MVP.  


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4/21/2020 2:18 pm  #83


Re: AltHL Legacy

The 2002 Season

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The Toronto Terriers rebuild jumped forward in 2002 as they jumped to the top of the standings.  The Founders also jump into the playoff picture for the first time.  There was also a ten day players strike in April.  In similar news...the Chevaliers are in dead last once again except this time we have improved to 20 wins! Progress. 


The Canadian Shield Playoff MatchUps
#1 Toronto Terriers versus #4 Quebec Owls

#2 Minnesota Loons versus #3 Halifax Kingfishers
​This is the third straight postseason matchup between these two teams.  The winner of this series ended up as champions

The Adams Cup Playoff Matchups
#1 Philadelphia Founders versus #4 Charlotte Racers

#2 Seattle Seawolves versus #3 San Francisco Dragons

 


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4/21/2020 2:22 pm  #84


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This year, we're ready to be the underdogs and shock the world for once...a shame that the Rovers can't be here for an Adams Cup Final rematch.


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4/21/2020 2:50 pm  #85


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Seattle is on the rise, baby!


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4/21/2020 6:19 pm  #86


Re: AltHL Legacy

Halifax, lets dance

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4/21/2020 7:13 pm  #87


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After missing the playoffs the Founders run off 50 wins?! 
Here's hoping there's no playoff letdown...Bring it on Charlotte!


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4/21/2020 7:15 pm  #88


Re: AltHL Legacy

Balu the Bare wrote:

After missing the playoffs the Founders run off 50 wins?! 
Here's hoping there's no playoff letdown...Bring it on Charlotte!

 
Let us dance, be prepared to be exposed.


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4/21/2020 8:41 pm  #89


Re: AltHL Legacy

Section30 wrote:

Halifax, lets dance

We're like totally a hot item now


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4/22/2020 4:14 pm  #90


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The Canadian Shield III Playoffs - First Round 

#2 Halifax Kingfishers versus #3 Minnesota Loons

For the third straight season the Battle of the Birds takes center stage in the playoffs. This series features the past two champions. In this rivalry's rubber match, it was the Fishers that took the day.  A second straight loss to the Fishers caused a change  in net for the Loons...next year the Martin Brodeur era begins.  

Minnesota Roster
D - 3 - Ken Daneyko
D - 4 - Scott Stevens (Captain)
D - 27 - Scott Niedermayer
D - 7 - Alexei Kasatonov
F - 16 - Bobby Holik
F - 12 - Bill Guerin
F - 26 - Peter Stastny
F - 25 - Valeri Zelepukin
G - 31 - Chris Terreri 

Kingfishers Roster
D - 7 - Chris Chellios
D - 5 - Steve Smith
F - 45 - Karl Dykhuis
F - 33 - Dirk Graham
F - 27 - Jeremy Roenick
F - 33 - Dirk Graham (captain)
F - 28 - Steve Larmer
G - 30 - Ed Belfour

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#1 Toronto Terriers versus #4 Quebec Owls
After an arduous rebuild process that included last place finishes and covert operations against the Soviet Union the Terriers were on the way up.  They met a feisty Quebec team, led by the league's most potent duo.  The Great One was truly great and sent Toronto home for in 7 games.

Toronto Roster
D - 77 - Paul Coffey
D - 16 - Vladimir Konstantinov
F - 22 - Dino Ciccarelli
F - 91 - Sergei Fedorov
F - 4 - Mark Howe (Gordie's son)
F - 13 - Vyacheslav Kozlov 
F - 20 - Martin Lapointe
F - 55 - Keith Primeau
F - 23 - Mike Sillinger
F - 19 - Steve Yzerman (captain)
G - 1 - Tim Cheveldae

Quebec Owls
D - 4 - Rob Blake
D - 33 - Marty McSorley
D - 25 - Darryl Sydor
D - 2 - Alexei Zhitnik
F - 21 - Tony Granato
F - 99 - Wayne Gretzky (co captain)
F - 20 - Luc Robitaille (co captain)
F - 17 - Jari Kurri

F - 13 - Robert Lang



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