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4/07/2020 7:59 pm  #11


Re: AltHL Legacy

And I will also clarify that Rick’s ownership and the New Arena would start at the beginning of the first Merged league season.


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4/07/2020 8:17 pm  #12


Re: AltHL Legacy

Capitals ain't a bad draw for recent players...but considering that most of their good players are recent that doesn't leave a lot to work with in the past.

A recent championship win is a good thing though.

 


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4/07/2020 9:41 pm  #13


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LA has only won one divisional championship in 1993. Between the 1990s to the 2010s, they were beaten:

=in the Finals once.
=in the Conference Finals twice
=in the Quarter Finals six times
=because they didn't make it to the playoffs 11 times.


Doesn't mean Quebec can't win one. Bring it on!

P.S. I set the founding date as early as about 1912, around the time the Quebec Bulldogs won their first-ever Stanley Cup.


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4/07/2020 10:24 pm  #14


Re: AltHL Legacy

The Blackhawks sucked between 97 and 07 but hopefully we can land a couple of Cups before and after. I really don't much much about the Blackhawks but I'll definitely be digging into them now to see how they'll help shape the Kingfishers.


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4/07/2020 10:53 pm  #15


Re: AltHL Legacy

Wow, the Pens history? Brb, hanging Lemieux, Barrasso, and possibly a Jagr banner, should he not decide to demand a trade.


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4/07/2020 11:11 pm  #16


Re: AltHL Legacy

I got the Habs!  They won the '93 Stanley Cup, two division titles, and were perennial contenders (Plus they had Patrick Roy for the first few years of the decade, so that goes for something).


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4/08/2020 12:09 am  #17


Re: AltHL Legacy

I'm just glad I didn't get the ever disappointing post-2010 Sabres era
I'll take Hasek and Prime Ryan Miller, even Pat LaFontaine, and Miroslav Satan, even the ol'Jet in Dale Hawerchuk for a few years!
I'm excited to get to know more Sabres history. It is a team I don't really know a whole lot about during this era except the Stanley Cup goal VS. Stars

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4/08/2020 1:19 am  #18


Re: AltHL Legacy

FC Macbeth wrote:

LA has only won one divisional championship in 1993. Between the 1990s to the 2010s, they were beaten:

=in the Finals once.
=in the Conference Finals twice
=in the Quarter Finals six times
=because they didn't make it to the playoffs 11 times.


Doesn't mean Quebec can't win one. Bring it on!

P.S. I set the founding date as early as about 1912, around the time the Quebec Bulldogs won their first-ever Stanley Cup.

Also, there are some good players in LA (Quebec) (At least in the 1990-2010 time frame).

-Wayne Gretzky (No Surprise)
-Marty McSorley (he moved to LA because he wanted to play with The Great One)
-Luc Robitaille
-Jari Kurri
-Kelly Hrudey
-Mike Richards


As well as drafting (in recent years):

-Jonathan Quick
-Dustin Brown
-Tyler Toffoli
-Alec Martinez
-Slava Voynov
-Dustin Brown
-Mike Riberio
-Anze Kopitar


And that's just me scratching the surface of it.


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4/08/2020 10:22 am  #19


Re: AltHL Legacy

FC Macbeth wrote:

FC Macbeth wrote:

LA has only won one divisional championship in 1993. Between the 1990s to the 2010s, they were beaten:

=in the Finals once.
=in the Conference Finals twice
=in the Quarter Finals six times
=because they didn't make it to the playoffs 11 times.


Doesn't mean Quebec can't win one. Bring it on!

P.S. I set the founding date as early as about 1912, around the time the Quebec Bulldogs won their first-ever Stanley Cup.

Also, there are some good players in LA (Quebec) (At least in the 1990-2010 time frame).

-Wayne Gretzky (No Surprise)
-Marty McSorley (he moved to LA because he wanted to play with The Great One)
-Luc Robitaille
-Jari Kurri
-Kelly Hrudey
-Mike Richards


As well as drafting (in recent years):

-Jonathan Quick
-Dustin Brown
-Tyler Toffoli
-Alec Martinez
-Slava Voynov
-Dustin Brown
-Mike Riberio
-Anze Kopitar


And that's just me scratching the surface of it.

Don’t forget that the Kings haven’t been doing so well since 2014.
 


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4/08/2020 12:18 pm  #20


Re: AltHL Legacy

ThisIsFine wrote:

FC Macbeth wrote:

FC Macbeth wrote:

LA has only won one divisional championship in 1993. Between the 1990s to the 2010s, they were beaten:

=in the Finals once.
=in the Conference Finals twice
=in the Quarter Finals six times
=because they didn't make it to the playoffs 11 times.


Doesn't mean Quebec can't win one. Bring it on!

P.S. I set the founding date as early as about 1912, around the time the Quebec Bulldogs won their first-ever Stanley Cup.

Also, there are some good players in LA (Quebec) (At least in the 1990-2010 time frame).

-Wayne Gretzky (No Surprise)
-Marty McSorley (he moved to LA because he wanted to play with The Great One)
-Luc Robitaille
-Jari Kurri
-Kelly Hrudey
-Mike Richards


As well as drafting (in recent years):

-Jonathan Quick
-Dustin Brown
-Tyler Toffoli
-Alec Martinez
-Slava Voynov
-Dustin Brown
-Mike Riberio
-Anze Kopitar


And that's just me scratching the surface of it.

Don’t forget that the Kings haven’t been doing so well since 2014.
 

 Yeah, about that.


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