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NHLP Cup Threat Ratings For 2011/12

Halifax (Shawn)
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NHLP Cup Threat Ratings For 2010/11

Halifax (Shawn)
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Mark
Ranked CTR - Rating
(Previous High - Low)
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Final 1 1774 (H1 - 2156">
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NHLP Cup Threat Ratings For 2011/12

Halifax (Shawn)
Game
Mark
Ranked CTR - Rating
(Previous High - Low)
Notes
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NHLP Cup Threat Ratings For 2010/11

Halifax (Shawn)
Game
Mark
Ranked CTR - Rating
(Previous High - Low)
Notes
Final 1 1774 (H1 - 2156, L10 - 1004) What can you say that isn't a compliment about this team?  GM Shawn put it out there and went for it.  Top seeds are everywhere.  His cup hopes rest on Vancouver, Washington and Philadelphia making long runs.  What isn't there to like about that?  Has drawn GM Chad in Pittsburgh and likely would be out if Crosby plays.  As is this will be the biggest hurdle for Shawn, round one.  If he gets buy it with the favorites winning, he will be likely too hard to knock out.  Very nicely done.
75 1 1745 (H1 - 2156, L10 - 1004) A pretty damn great season!  Of course it means little if it isn't completed with a Cup.  The matchups are there if Vancouver makes it and plays any of Washington, Philadelphia or Boston.  May have enough to win if GM Shawn does not match up.  Made a splash at the Deadline when he acquired Briere and Setoguchi for Lidstrom and Franzen in a very interesting move with GM Jr in Calgary.  Lost Hamhuis for what appears the remainder of the regular season at least.  If Halifax team has one single knock against it, it is possible to be beat in the first round depending on a matchup.  Does not want to play against a full playoff team in round one or it could be out depending on player games in the first round.
70 1 2045 (H1 - 2156, L10 - 1004) What is left to do?  A full playoff team and 29 points to work with.  Henrik Sedin, Horton, Franzen and Lidstrom were all drafted 1 through 4.  GM Shawn has been solid all season here, and will remain one of the elite teams in the NHLP.  These opportunities just don't present themselves every year, and Shawn is no rookie, this is his 6th season without a Cup.  He knows what this means.  Halifax must do what ever it takes, to complete the job. 
65 1 2156 (L10 - 1004) Backes was moved for Cammalleri and GM Shawn has 6 of his 7 players on top two seeded teams.  In first by 31 points and all playoff players.  A new season high with the CTR.  GM Shawn has an opportunity to win it all.  What more could he ask for with 80% of the season over and his teams all top dogs.  You can never rest, never be good enough and with 31 points to work with, GM Shawn can still do anything he wants.  Just awesome!!!
60 2 1997 (H1 - 2120, L10 - 1004) Remains in the feared category and with 41 points up on 5th you have to wonder what GM Shawn can do yet to improve.  That is a lot of points and we are getting to crunch time.  When the NHLP Trading Deadline passes, so do the potential to do anything with those points.  Make no mistake, that you do want to be as high a seed as possible in the NHLP come playoff time, and grab that home ice advantage, starting each playoff series with the pick.  How important is that?  That is for GM's to determine over the next three weeks.  Clearly, Backes will be moved.  One for one or a package that changes this teams look.  Those points will alter another NHLP Division, so everyone needs to be aware at what is going to happen down the stretch.  Big points will move!
55 1 1991 (H1 - 2120, L10 - 1004) Boston, Detroit or Vancouver going to the NHL finals could give GM Shawn his first Championship.  As first overall in the NHLP, in the first round of the playoffs, he'd play the 16th overall seeded playoff team.  Currently that is whoever finishes 4th in the West Division (Calgary, Winnipeg, Los Angeles, Edmonton or Green Bay) and it appears not likely to change this season.  None of those teams want to face Halifax in round one of the playoffs, for their own Cup hopes would be over quickly.  This team will be tough to beat.  Depending on how aggressive Shawn wants to get with Backes, will determine if he can hold onto first overall and home advantage throughout the entire NHLP playoffs, something that maybe wasn't as important in previous seasons.  Right now, it appears that 39 points of Backes' is all that may be done the remainder of the season.
50 3 1853 (H1 - 2120, L10 - 1004) Henrik Sedin was the reason for the first NHLP deal this season, when GM Shawn, holding down pick number one overall, traded him to GM Charlie (NY Rangers).  This ensured Charlie got Ovechkin and with Crosby picked second overall, Shawn got his man, plus a free waiver which turned into more draft picks.  All in all, a solid move.  Sedin has not disappointed.  "I had Vancouver going to the finals versus Boston" stated Shawn who, if that happens, won't be to terribly off with Horton, Ryder and Seguin, here as well.  With 28 points to work with, all that may be left to do is trade Backes, and his 37 points, and hope his preseason pick is even half right.
45 3 1961 (H1 - 2120, L10 - 1004) Backes isn't rated but the rest of the team is at worst, home advantage in the first round of the playoffs.  Just an awesome team that is up 31 points in the East.  Still with a waiver for additional leverage GM Shawn has the tools here to pull a huge deal and be a real Cup threat.  This team is feared and if you don't give it respect, you haven't a clue when it comes to the NHLP.
40 1 2120 (L10 - 1004) H. Sedin, Lidstrom and Franzen own the West Conference in the NHL, 1st and 2nd seeded teams.  GM Shawn is a huge Bruins fan (Horton, Ryder and Seguin) in the East Conference, as he puts it, "Before the season started I picked Vancouver and Boston in the NHL finals."  Well, so far, so good, as Shawn's Destroyers now have a new season high CTR.  Halfiax has 40 points to work with so can easily make a deal to improve, playoff for playoff, to get stronger.  This is a great team.  They can score, have position and seven playoff players.
35 2 1784 (H1 - 2115, L10 - 1004) It is looking like a great 2011 awaits GM Shawn here in Halifax even though falling from the CTR #1 for the first time since the second rating of the season.  Finally, the first overall pick for Shawn, is paying off, as Henrik Sedin is a top seed in the West thanks to Vancouver's unbeatable play.  NEW YEAR'S WISH:  Only East hope lies in his three Bruins, so they must make a run this year.  If that fails to happen, GM Shawn's hope here will lay in Vancouver or Detroit going to the finals, with either Henrik Sedin or Lidstrom and Franzen, maybe the latter the better hope.  With 22 points to work with Backes should be able to bring additional playoff support.
30 1 1715 (H1 - 2115, L10 - 1004) Only 10 points clear of 5th, even though first in the East Division.  GM Shawn doesn't need a lot of points for improvement as this team is stocked with Backes the lowest seeded playoff player, but still seeded.  Boston has moved back up seeds and Shawn is carrying three Bruins.  There is simply nothing not to love about Halifax and they are giving away their stock load of Waivers for the future as well.  (Im coming to get YOU! - Rambo)
25 1 1613 (H1 - 2115, L10 - 1004) Seven playoff players and still sitting in first in the East, but the Destroyers have fallen in the CTR again, even though still the best the NHLP currently has!  Three Bruins, but a NHL Bruins team that has dropped to about the 6th seed in the Eastern Conference.  Still, Franzen and Lidstrom are gold, and Henrik Sedin is a home seed.  With St Louis continuing to fall seeds, Oshie was dropped for Seguin.  Still leads the league in games remaining so will easily be able to stay high in the NHLP's Eastern Division standings, even though it will be hard to remain CTR #1. 
20 1 1891 (H1 - 2115, L10 - 1004) Oshie's injury was much more long term than the CTR realized, but GM Shawn is still 12 points clear of 5th and he seems to have decided to try and ride the injury out.  That will be a very tough thing, as Oshie isn't expected back until January or February.  No shortage of assets here; two Wings, Bruins and Blues, teams that are all 1 through 4 seeds if the playoffs started today.  Lidstrom has been unbelievable.  Hank Sedin had his ranking fall with Vancouver's drop, that now of an almost unrated team.  This team is still the team to beat in the NHLP but things have all of a sudden tightened a lot.
15 1 2115 (L10 - 1004) No change in the CTR, this team is still the best there is in the NHLP.  Shooting up almost 300 more points in the rankings.  Oshie's broken leg will only dampen the spirits around Halifax, but it won't change a thing as long as St Louis, Detroit, Vancouver and Boston keep winning.  Now 17 points up on 5th in the East, GM Shawn can wait out the Oshie injury, but can't afford another player going down or he will then fall in the standings for certain.  Henrik Sedin was unrated last CTR, so he is finally pulling his weight here big time.  This team is really great, having all 7 players ranked, but that should never mean a GM, or GM Shawn, should be content.  We'll watch it unfold but for now, this is the team to beat in the NHLP.
10 1 1861 (L10 - 1004) A HUGE jump in that ratings.  Up from CTR #10 to first overall in the ratings!  This team is truly Destroying in every sense of the word.  Top seeded players Oshie and Backes and home seeds from Lidstrom, Franzen and Horton.  Five players are averaging a point per game.  GM Shawn is easily outscoring all the other teams in the East and will continue to build on his solid position.  All this without even a rating from his first round selection, Henrik Sedin.  We expect that to change, as Vancouver is expected to be a playoff team at some point this season.  A minor first Waiver, adding Dupuis for Bolland was just moving sideways.  Their is nothing not to love about Halifax.  Welcome back Shawn!
5 10 1004 First place in the East and the third ranked in the CTR top 10 from the East is GM Shawn in Halifax.  Having no trouble scoring, GM Shawn's Destroyers are off to a great start.  All Western Division players, except Horton, who are battling for early seeding position (Detroit, St Louis and Vancouver).  This team is a solid drafted team with Henrik Sedin, Horton, Franzen, Lidstrom and Oshie.  Bolland from Chicago is the top seeded playoff team this early.  Shawn has the first two Waivers of the season and clearly he has a ton of options to choose from.  Will be very exciting to see what he does to improve here in Halifax.

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