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Old 03-26-2019, 05:25 PM   #181
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Old 03-29-2019, 05:20 AM   #182
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1976 WHA Expansion is Portland and Dallas. Just like in the real world NHL Cincy misses out (3x)

Portland - 3
Dallas - 3
Cincy -2
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Old 03-29-2019, 05:38 AM   #183
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1975-1976 (Pre-Expansion) Season in Review

Pittsburgh and San Fran win the NHL divisions.

Milwaukee and KC win the WHA divisions.

San Fran wins its first cup defeating Colorado!

Jimmy Gingerich of VAN (1974-1975) became the first 100 point defenceman with 110.
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Old 03-30-2019, 08:24 AM   #184
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1976-1977 Season Review

Portland and Dallas join the WHA.

Philly and STL win the NHL divisions and Milwaukee and KC win the WHA divisions.

The Stanley Cup becomes the battle of Missouri as St. Louis defeats Kansas City. This is St. Louis's 6th cup and the franchises 10th (counting 4 in Ottawa).

The WHA is now 0 for 5 in the final.

Pierre-Dominique Corbin of KC sets a new goalie win record at 45 and wins his 2nd straight goalie of the year award.

Jessy Lamoureux of Winnipeg wins his 2nd MVP in 3 yrs.
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Old 03-30-2019, 08:34 AM   #185
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MERGER TALKS

The grumbling has started. With player costs skyrocketing, talent dilution and franchises in trouble the NHL and WHA have begun merger talks.

Each league currently has 18 teams. The NHL always had a goal of 24 teams by 1980 so they are considering taking on 6 WHA teams to end the madness, with no more than half from Canada. The NHL may be talked into accepting more teams.

VOTE

Everyone can vote for 3 teams to survive.

Every WHA team receiving a vote in this round will go to a final round of voting (unless only 6 teams receive a vote then we'll just take those).

I will vote in the initial round.

I will tie break if needed in the final round.

WHA Teams:

Atlanta
Calgary
Colorado
Dallas
Edmonton
Hartford
Houston
Indianapolis
Kansas City
Los Angeles Sharks
Miami
Milwaukee
New York Islanders
Ottawa
Portland
Quebec
Seattle
Winnipeg

So VOTE for 3 WHA teams to Survive
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Old 03-30-2019, 09:55 AM   #186
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MERGER TALKS

The grumbling has started. With player costs skyrocketing, talent dilution and franchises in trouble the NHL and WHA have begun merger talks.

Each league currently has 18 teams. The NHL always had a goal of 24 teams by 1980 so they are considering taking on 6 WHA teams to end the madness, with no more than half from Canada. The NHL may be talked into accepting more teams.

VOTE

Everyone can vote for 3 teams to survive.

Every WHA team receiving a vote in this round will go to a final round of voting (unless only 6 teams receive a vote then we'll just take those).

I will vote in the initial round.

I will tie break if needed in the final round.

WHA Teams:

Atlanta
Calgary
Colorado
Dallas
Edmonton
Hartford
Houston
Indianapolis
Kansas City
Los Angeles Sharks
Miami
Milwaukee
New York Islanders
Ottawa
Portland
Quebec
Seattle
Winnipeg

So VOTE for 3 WHA teams to Survive
Quebec
winnipeg
seattle
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Old 03-30-2019, 09:57 AM   #187
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Old 03-30-2019, 10:31 AM   #188
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also, if an existing NHL team is in deep trouble, like San Diego a while back, you can still either move them to a WHA city or be absorbed into a WHA team.
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Old 03-31-2019, 07:31 PM   #189
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1977-1978 Season Review

Boston and St. Louis win the NHL divisions.

Islanders and KC win the WHA divisions.

Boston sweeps Winnipeg in the Stanley Cup Final. The WHA is 0 for 6.

David Wrixon of Pittsburgh sets a new Goal Record at 63.

Pierre-Dominique Corbin of KC wins his 3rd straight goalie of the year award.

Jessy Lamoureux of Winnipeg wins his 3rd MVP in 4 yrs.
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Old 04-01-2019, 01:39 AM   #190
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Old 04-01-2019, 10:51 PM   #191
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WHA Survivor Round 1

Well time to add my 3 votes:
Winnipeg (I'm a homer)
Houston
Atlanta

So going to the final round are 9 teams:
Quebec
Winnipeg
Edmonton
Seattle
Indianapolis
Miami
LA Sharks
Houston
Atlanta

Only 6 will survive.

Vote for 3 teams

Rank them 1 to 3. Each 1st place vote is 3 points. 2nd is 2 points. 3rd is 1 point. Top 6 total point getters will join the NHL for the 1979-80 season. I will be voting.
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Old 04-01-2019, 11:04 PM   #192
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1978-1979 Season Review

Boston and Cleveland win the NHL divisions

Atlanta and Houston win the WHA divisions.

Cleveland beats Miami in the Stanley Cup final for its 3rd cup. With the impending merger the WHA went 0 for 7 in the final.

Winnipeg's Jessy Lamoureux wins his 3rd straight MVP and 4th overall.

Remember to vote for the WHA teams to merge with the NHL.
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Old 04-02-2019, 06:22 AM   #193
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1. Quebec
2. Seattle
3. winnipeg
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Old 04-02-2019, 06:45 PM   #194
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Hartford, Winnipeg, Quebec, Edmonton.
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Old 04-03-2019, 11:49 PM   #195
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Hartford, Winnipeg, Quebec, Edmonton.
Hartford was already eliminated but I see you didn't get a chance to vote.

I can add them back in if you want. But I also need your top 3 ranked in order.

If you don't clarify I'll rank Winnipeg, Quebec and Edmonton in that order.
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Old 04-04-2019, 04:40 PM   #196
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Old 04-06-2019, 09:34 AM   #197
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Well time to get this ball rolling (puck sliding?)

I vote Edmonton, Houston and Winnipeg

The WHA survivors are:

Edmonton
Houston
Indianapolis
Quebec
Seattle
Winnipeg

Bringing the NHL to 24 teams and disbanding the WHA.

Next expansion is not until the early 90's to match the NHL, unless there is demand.

But will San Diego or other franchises move before then?
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Old 04-06-2019, 12:12 PM   #198
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1979-1980 Season in Review

Washington, Detroit, Minnesota and San Fran win their divisions.

Houston, Winnipeg and Quebec from the WHA make the playoffs.

Detroit beats Minnesota in the Final to win their 7th Cup!

Per Andreasson of WPG led in Goals; Tanner Boyd of WSH led in assists and Jordan Quigley of MIN led in points.

San Diego, despite getting to the semi-finals was last in attendance drawing just under 10,000 a game.

VOTE - Move them (cities will be voted on later) or fund an arena expansion?
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1980-1981 Season Review

Baltimore, Detroit, Winnipeg and Seattle won their divisions.

Detroit won their 2nd straight cup beating a San Diego team that finished at .500.

Seattle's Yashar Bourque led in goals with 64 setting a new record for goals in a season. He finished 2nd in points at 123.

Winnipeg's Jessy Lamoureux led in assists 80 and points 124. He won his 5th MVP in his 7 year career.

Seattle's 38 year old Charles Haley is now the all time point leader at 1,509. Teammate Ronnie Stadler is now the all-time assist leader at 930.

Johannes Kaunisto of Edmonton won his 2nd straight Defenceman of the year - though the first 1.8 years were with Boston.

San Diego again finished with under 10,000 fans a game despite making the Stanley Cup final.

Remember to vote on their survival (see the preceding post).
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move San Diego. if they stay in the west, move them to Calgary once the saddledome gets built.

if you want them in the east, either Hartford, Milwaukee or cincinnati
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