NHLP2  ANDREW CHAD CHARLIE JOEL
JR MARCEL MATT RYAN
SCOTT SHAWN TYSON VINNIE
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NHLP Cup Threat Ratings For 2011/12

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NHLP Cup Threat Ratings For 2010/11

Chicago (Andrew)
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Ranked CTR - Rating
(Previous High - Low)
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Final 7 1189 (H2 - 1655">
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NHLP Cup Threat Ratings For 2011/12

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

Chicago (Andrew)
Game
Mark
Ranked CTR - Rating
(Previous High - Low)
Notes
Final 7 1189 (H2 - 1655, L14 - 900) Got in with his Flyers and that was the goal.  Hossa or Benn on the final day were tradeoffs and Andrew would have likely chosen Hossa anyhow, so he has to be happy either way.  Outside that Flyers run this team may be hard pressed to win it all unless the Hawks repeat or a matchup occurs.  Very unlikely of a matchup, so it would seem sink of swim with the Flyers, a team GM Andrew believed in and never waivered on all season.  Draws a great first round opponent in Calgary (Jr).  Go Flyers Go!
75 11 1097 (H2 - 1655, L14 - 900) Could be weakened in round one without Benn, Hossa or Fowler if any miss and likely one of those teams will miss.  Kept the top guns Giroux, Carter and Hossa and hope will rest on the Flyers or the Hawks running.  Is not a guarantee to be in, but with Montreal (Marcel) almost assured to penalty out, GM Andrew only needs to catch one of the other 4 teams in front of him and Toronto (Chad) and Quebec (Matt) have injury woes.
70 14 1055 (H2 - 1655, L14 - 900) Does GM Andrew still believe everyone will pass the NY Rangers in the NHL Standings?  All he truly needs is Carolina in, so they can instead catch Buffalo if needed.  Hemsky will become something here at the Deadline or before.  This team can score but has been hit with the injury bug.  Making the playoffs isn't truly an issue with Montreal (Marcel) facing a ton of work to avoid penalties up the ying, yang (but there is the wild card in Toronto, Chad).  Still love the Philly flavor of Giroux and Carter, as long as Pronger doesn't pound the shit out of Giroux, GM Andrew should have two stars for his Cup run.
65 8 1365 (H2 - 1655, L14 - 900) A very sweet gain in the CTR.  This team will likely go higher when Hemsky is replaced with anything useful.  Never got his wish with the big NHL Deadline Deal, so now has to do it manually.  We love how GM Andrew builds these solid teams and we come to expect it to happen again.  A Flyers run may already have his name on the Cup and a rematch of last years finals will only make it easier.  Jokinen is a question mark for us, but not for GM Andrew who stated, "The Sabres, Leafs and Canes will all pass the Rangers.  Not worried about that at all, as much as I am about maybe the Devils."
60 13 1058 (H2 - 1655, L14 - 900) The worst appears to be in the past now for GM Andrew.  A team that can score like no other in the NHLP.  These are exciting times for GM Andrew with Hemsky sitting there, either as a non playoff headache, or a playoff monster, depending on what happens by the NHL Trading Deadline conclusion.  This team's fate changes just that quickly.  Jokinen, Hossa and Campbell are flirting with non playoffs but all, and all, we think things are going to work out here.  This team will likely even still be first in the North when Andrew starts the NHLP Trading Deadline, where we all know, he will be heard from.
55 14 900 (H2 - 1655) Just as quickly as things turned for the best, they soured for the worse.  A season low CTR that was forced by Edler's huge loss (Edler here and Malkin on his other team - not Andrew's season by any stretch).  In came Hemsky, S. Kostitsyn and Campbell, two of the three not even rated.  Hopes are Hemsky is traded and we can easily see that happening as the Oilers rebuild.  Hossa and Campbell are playoff question marks, as Chicago has been mediocre, losing game after game in the third period.  That won't do it.  Will Frolik be able to change their season around?  GM Andrew is hoping.  Andrew will do anything he has to do, anything at all, to get this team in the NHLP playoffs and keep Carter and Giroux together.
50 10 1312 (H2 - 1655, L12 - 971) As expected Kane and Antropov were sent packing and although the NHLP Yearbook expected GM Andrew to grab two Western players, he only added Campbell.  Jokinen and his scoring abilities were also brought in, and what a difference he has made!  Andrew's Hawks are the North's top scoring team, with 63 in January, an ass-kicking 20 more than Buffalo (Joel) scored who entered the month 15 points in front of Andrew.  Giroux and Carter lead this team and Hossa now has some playoff support from teammate Campbell.  Andrew is doing what he does in the second half every year, slowly adding and improving, up 200 CTR points since last rating.  Expect the Hawks to be tough and continue to climb towards the NHLP Trading Deadline, with Andrews philosophy that you don't have to get it all, in one deal approach.  Slow and steady wins the race.  (Update:  A tough blow here as Edler has been announced out for anywhere from 'weeks or months' which might even make things harder to decide to keep him or move him.  This team needed to stay healthy, but now it is looking like February might be a tough go to continue to pull away from 5th.)
45 11 1115 (H2 - 1655, L12 - 971) It is all built around the Flyers going to the finals here, and that will not change this season no matter what.  Andrew has said, "The Flyers are the best in the East, no sense carrying any other Eastern players."  Andrew is doing just that, trying to hit the Flyers matching up with his West players, right now from Chicago, Vancouver and LA.  "With the Waiver we want to likely add two more West players" stated Andrew, referring to likely Kane and Antropov on the move with the waiver.  "Andrew went on to add that he'd love more GM's to add him to BBM now that GM's Charlie, Jr and Scott have joined his service."
40 15 994 (H2 - 1655, L12 - 971) GM Andrew did not hold back after the Winter Meeting, telling the Yearbook that "I would have traded Hossa tonight had we all been together."  Andrew was not thrilled with the lack of communication at the meeting but understood it was something we had to go through as a group before we could pass judgment on if it could work of not.  Still sitting with a full set of hair Andrew still has many options.  "Hossa's best value for another GM was at the meeting" stated Andrew, "As I knew they were healthy that night and would likely start to win and move up the standings."  Although this team has faded and has dropped in the standings a long way since Andrew once declared "There is nothing I can do there to make it better", we all now know that isn't true.  Expect this team to be battling down the stretch.
35 11 1188 (H2 - 1655, L12 - 971) How quickly things can change!  Adding two Thrashers in a Waiver and getting Hossa back for a team of 7 playoff players has hope again for GM Andrew.  Adding to the good fortune, Toronto (Chad) who is 13 points ahead in the North, lost Roy for the season and has 3 players needing replacing worth about 75 points.  For Andrew, the New Year is looking better already.  NEW YEAR'S WISH:  How easy is a Flyers Cup run with support from either Chicago (Hossa), Vancouver (Edler) or LA (Stoll).  The potential is right there and Andrew has proven he knows how to work it, from here on out.  When you are trying for a 5th Cup and have this team, with this potential, at this stage of the season, the rest of the league had better pay attention.
30 8 1147 (H2 - 1655, L12 - 971) Hossa has really hurt the teams scoring and GM Andrew finds himself fallen to 5th, some 6 points out.  A well balanced attack with 6 playoff players, not all is lost.  The two Flyers remain building blocks.  Kovalev is a movable part of Ottawa's as Andrew is fully aware.  Already taking the heat for the teams struggles, Kovalew will likely be dealt as he is an UFA, but with is scoring woes, he will be hard to keep that long.  Andrew has decisions to make as this team free falls in the North.  (“Ye’d best start believin’ in ghost stories, Miss Turner. Yer in one” - Pirates of the Caribbean)
25 6 1399 (H2 - 1655, L12 - 971) The Flyers are the team here for GM Andrew.  Continued to be led by Giroux and Carter.  Andrew has the top rated team outside the East and West.  Hossa will be back soon, but Chicago needs to win some games, so Andrew has worth from him.  Only Kovalev is not rated, and position is very tight, being only 6 points clear of 5th in the North.  The CTR has dropped, but the team clearly remains, one of the NHLP's best.
20 2 1655 (L12 - 971) The best in the North Division, but not by much at all.  This team is really strong and for GM Andrew to actually say, "I don't think I can improve this team right now" says exactly what we weren't thinking!!!  This team is strong, but hell yes, it can, even be better.  A solid position and top seeded players lead by Giroux, who was a drafted third round gift...just good drafting by Andrew.  The loan player not rated is Kovalev.
15 2 1563 (L12 - 971) The Flyers big jump have helped GM Andrew's CTR in a big way.  Over a 400 point jump and not letting up here.  Only player not ranked is Hossa as the Hawks sputter.  Plenty enough scoring to stay in front of the lowly 5th and 6th place teams in the North.  We like what we see.
10 7 1108 (L12 - 971) The Hossa injury hasn't hurt this high scoring team just yet, so they will likely weather it.  The Flyers did improve their standings, as did the Kings.  Stoll is hot, hot, hot. 
5 12 971 GM Andrew finds himself in the top scoring Division, the North, so the heat is on.  Invested heavily in Philadelphia, the Flyers are barely rated.  Needs them to improve to move up.  Hossa is just wicked right now and Chicago can still improve their own seeding to help out here.  Kovalev has been a major bucket of shit, so watch and see what Andrew tries to do early here.

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