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Old 03-26-2012, 10:10 PM   #17
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I love your dynasty layout. I know a little bit of HTML, so I hope you don't mind but I might copy a part of your layout if it is ok.

Following your Dynasty, bookmarked!
Well I do a lot of dynasties that I don't share and the reason I decided to share this one is to inspire others so glad to see I've done that in a way. Have at it!
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Old 03-27-2012, 06:05 AM   #18
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Great layout!! Good luck with Buffalo.
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Old 03-27-2012, 01:29 PM   #19
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Wow, your really moving along with this. As other have said love the layout and I hope you keep going with this. Great work.
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Old 03-27-2012, 01:31 PM   #20
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Block 5 Update: 24-21-5, 10th in EC
Jochen Hecht is out for the rest of the regular season injured.
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BUFFALO, NY - The struggling Buffalo Sabres were dealt another blow when second line center Jochen Hecht left the game against the Toronto Maple Leafs on January 13th.

The Sabres would go on to win 4-1 but the news turned sour when they found out Hecht had a concussion and will be kept out the remainder of the regular season. The 34-year-old Hecht is in the final year of his current contract and could have played his last game in a Sabres uniform if the Buffalo does not reach the playoffs.

With Hecht out of the lineup Cody Hodgson will step into the second line center role the rest of the year and Corey Tropp will begin to see playing time on the fourth line.

As the Sabres dealt with the adjustments the chase for the playoffs continued as the team went 5-5 in the fifth block of the season. The Sabres had a big chance to pull closer to the eight seed in their most recent game Montreal, who currently holds that spot, but fell 4-2 and are now four points outside of the playoff picture.

Highlight of the Block: The 4-1 victory of Toronto. The Maple Leafs have dominated Buffalo so far this season so despite losing center Jochen Hecht getting a win over a team that has had Buffalo's number shows signs of promise.

Needs Improvement: Winning the key games. Six teams sit in the East with 53-54 points and Buffalo is one of them. Winning over Montreal in their last game would have not only put Buffalo ahead of this pack but also would have kept Buffalo within two points of the eight seed but the Sabres never had a chance in this big matchup.

NHL Standings
February 1st, 2012
   Team Points    Team Points
17364
26464
35956
46164
55558
65457
75357
85257
95254
105253
115053
125053
134953
144853
154633


NHL Stat Leaders
February 1st, 2012
GoalsSteven Stamkos, Tampa Bay37
AssistsJohnathan Toews, Chicago42
PointsSteven Stamkos, Tampa Bay65
GAAOndrej Pavelec, Winnipeg1.95
Save %Ondrej Pavelec, Winnipeg.935
WinsNicklas Backstrom29
ShutoutsRyan Miller, Buffalo7


January 7th, 2012F
Winnipeg Jets (23-15-3)0
Buffalo Sabres (20-16-5)3
Goal ScorersDerek Roy (13)
Sekera, Vanek
Thomas Vanek (14)
Roy
Jason Pominville (10)
Ehrhoff, Kaleta
ShutoutRyan Miller (7)
WinRyan Miller (20-17)
January 10th, 2012F
Buffalo Sabres (20-17-5)0
Toronto Maple Leafs (26-14-2)2
Goal ScorersN/A
LossRyan Miller (20-18)
January 13th, 2012F
Toronto Maple Leafs (26-15-2)1
Buffalo Sabres (21-17-5)4
Goal ScorersThomas Vanek (15)
Ehrhoff
Cody Hodgson (5)
Stafford
Derek Roy (14)
Pominville, Vanek
Derek Roy (15)
Vanek, Ehrhoff
WinRyan Miller (21-18)
January 14th, 2012F
Buffalo Sabres (21-18-5)2
New York Islanders (10-27-4)5
Goal ScorersThomas Vanek (16)
Ehrhoff, Pominville
Tyler Ennis (8)
Ehrhoff, Pominville
LossRyan Miller (21-19)
January 16th, 2012F
Buffalo Sabres (22-18-5)1
Detroit Red Wings (21-21-3)0
Goal ScorersJason Pominville (8)
Leopold, Roy
ShutoutJhonas Enroth (1)
WinJhonas Enroth (1-4)
January 18th, 2012F
Buffalo Sabres (23-18-5)3
Chicago Blackhawks (28-15-4)1
Goal ScorersNathan Gerbe (3)
Ennis, Regehr
Drew Stafford (5)
Hodgson, Ennis
Nathan Gerbe (4)
Ehrhoff
WinJhonas Enroth (2-4)
January 19th, 2012 - OTF
Buffalo Sabres (24-18-5)4
Winnipeg Jets (26-16-5)3
Goal ScorersDrew Stafford (6)
Ehrhoff, Ennis
Brad Boyes (4)
Leino, Myers
Tyler Ennis (9)
Sekera, Gerbe
Cody McCormick (6)
Roy, Myers
WinJhonas Enroth (3-4)
January 21st, 2012F
Buffalo Sabres (24-19-5)2
St. Louis Blues (28-16-3)5
Goal ScorersDerek Roy (16)
Pominville, Sekera
Tyler Myers (5)
Hodgson
LossJhonas Enroth (3-5)
January 24th, 2012F
Buffalo Sabres (24-20-5)1
New Jersey Devils (26-19-4)4
Goal ScorersCody Hodgson (6)
Ennis, Stafford
LossRyan Miller (21-20)
January 31st, 2012F
Buffalo Sabres (24-21-5)2
Montreal Canadiens (25-18-7)4
Goal ScorersNathan Gerbe (5)
Kaleta, Ehrhoff
Cody McCormick (7)
Pominville
LossRyan Miller (21-21)
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Old 03-27-2012, 01:32 PM   #21
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Derek Roy Lone Sabres All-Star
Ottawa, ON - Derek Roy got the nod, Thomas Vanek did not as the 2011-2012 season was halted for the All-Star break.

While Roy did not register a point, the Eastern Conference handled the Western Conference 5-2.

Winnipeg and Washington were the most represented teams for the Eastern Conference, each having three All-Star selections. Capitals goalie Tomas Vokoun started in net for the East.

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Great layout!! Good luck with Buffalo.
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Wow, your really moving along with this. As other have said love the layout and I hope you keep going with this. Great work.
Thanks. With this being GM mode I'm trying to focus more on season by season rather than game by game so I can advance further down the road and at some point have a team completely constructed by myself.
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Buffalo Acquires D Kyle Cumiskey
Buffalo, NY - Buffalo has made their first transaction of the season acquiring 25-year-old defenseman Kyle Cumiskey from the Anaheim Ducks.

In return, the Buffalo Sabres send D Andrej Sekera and a 2012 2nd round pick to the Ducks.

While Buffalo parts with the additional second round pick they had they do acquire the better defender. While Cumiskey is rather small compared to the rest of the Sabres defense, at 5-10, he is instantly the fastest defenseman Buffalo has.
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