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Old 08-11-2021, 08:11 PM   #61
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This past 2 years has been more variable as COVID really screwed things up and the ratings package we use - which typically has been primarily based on the most recent year - chose to use the past 2 seasons to set ratings.

Typically though there can be pretty big swings as it is largely based on the most recent season. Keep in mind though that OVR is just a calculation of the individual player attributes - which are what REALLY matter and what defines the effectiveness of a player. So sometimes a veteran player will retain a solid OVR but when you look deeply you'll see it's b/c of high LD and EX ratings.
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Old 08-11-2021, 08:16 PM   #62
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Not to beat a dead horse, but going into this season, I am expecting to make moves based on a 2 year average of a player and not a 1 year average.

I understand Commissioners don't have control over the packages that come out, but I am assuming that's the type of package chosen if given the option.
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Old 08-11-2021, 08:27 PM   #63
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I would not make that assumption
If it’s proper and full season I would expect our ratings provider will return to their historic approach of focusing on one year performance
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Old 08-11-2021, 08:29 PM   #64
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Just talking overall though, what would be considered a big jump? 5 points?

Do goalies usually have bigger jumps than skaters since their numbers are generally higher than skaters?
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Old 08-11-2021, 08:48 PM   #65
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I'd say anything 5 or more would be a big jump.
I've not looked to see if goalies jump more or less.
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Old 08-11-2021, 11:45 PM   #66
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When both re-rate packages were submitted for approval, Holtby stayed at 83 in one, and dropped to 53 in the other...

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Old 10-13-2021, 05:09 PM   #67
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Where do we find how long an injured player is supposed to be out for? Or is it just when he is no longer on the scratched roster we know he is no longer hurt?
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Where do we find how long an injured player is supposed to be out for? Or is it just when he is no longer on the scratched roster we know he is no longer hurt?
When the site is updated there will be a link to the injuries, unfortunately not done yet.
Best way to look at it now is to open the sim file and check the rating in the player there. Usually the player needs to be at least 95 before playable.. And i would recommend waiting until they are at 100. Every point below 100 is a day.
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If you are sneaky you can find it.

https://cphl.calgarypuck.com/pages/s...g.php#tabmain4
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When the site is updated there will be a link to the injuries, unfortunately not done yet.
Best way to look at it now is to open the sim file and check the rating in the player there. Usually the player needs to be at least 95 before playable.. And i would recommend waiting until they are at 100. Every point below 100 is a day.
So does that mean I keep the guy on IR until he's back to 100 then I should take him off?
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So does that mean I keep the guy on IR until he's back to 100 then I should take him off?
He will be playable again at 95CON...he can be taken off IR then.
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I generally play guys when they are 98/99 just with reduced minutes.
Though if my goalie dips below 100 I give him the night off.
But I'd rather have Eichel in the lineup on the third line than not have him at all.
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And Dave is right, if they are below 95 they should go on IR.
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Where do we find how long an injured player is supposed to be out for? Or is it just when he is no longer on the scratched roster we know he is no longer hurt?

http://cphlsim.com/injuries/
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