Hi Wayne, I was curious what kind of protective cases you use and/or recommend for Upper Deck "The Cup" cards, as they're so thick. I've been getting really interested in these cards lately, and I'm trying to get my hands on a few singles on Ebay but I want to be ready to protect them. Really thinking hard about buying a couple tins as well, they're so expensive but it seems like you can pull some incredibly unique stuff out of them.
digitalmonkey, on 08 February 2018 - 01:12 PM, said:
Rangers appear to be going into Cheap Thieves mode.
I love it. They know they have smart fans (for the most part I guess) who will understand and appreciate the strategy as a smart long term play to win a Championship, not just wallow in mediocrity or worse.
Good for them.
I love the league. I'm furious I didnt go further in survivor and Champions league. Every game night is a sweat for me, whether Im in first or dead last in the league. Every season is an opportunity to work on your team to win a championship, now or in the future. Love so much about it.
But I will still complain if I think we can make OUR league better.
I was pretty much done. I got lowballed in both leagues on Seguin so he was staying put. Should have traded Atkinson at the beginning of the year so I could have gotten good value but It isn't worth it now
I guess I could have of been talked into trading Derek Ryan but the only player that our Canes fan isn't in love with happens to by Ryan. 3 people asked about Gourde but I'm going to Aho him
I didn't even know Seguin was available. I would not have lowballed. If I knew he was available, he would be on my roster right now.
Not quite correct. If you picked up a player mid season who now is at 38 NHL games played he can still be Aho'd if he STARTED the season at 25 or less NHL games experience.
digitalmonkey, on 20 October 2017 - 06:27 AM, said:
I'd like more clarification on the Aho rule, please.
The rule states "called up" implying the player must be called up from the farm to the active roster with less than 25 NHL games played and the call up must happen between Nov 1 and spring callups, but we're also making it applicable to waiver pickups who have played less than 25 NHL games at the time of pickup, correct?