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Old 12-22-2016, 01:37 AM   #1
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Just wondering if any of you who have been doing long distance timeline sims have come across any amazing talents? It has taken me many many sims but I have finally come across two generational talents.This is a historical timeline started in 1940 and I am now in the 2053 season. It would seem that we finally have two generational talents emerge that can challenge Gretzky.

The first is Frank Murphy born July 7th, 2011 in Sugar Land, Texas a 6'0 198lb goalscorer who plays RW and Turner Keeling born October 24th, 2013 in Yorkton, Saskatchewan a 5'11 189 pound Center.

Frank Murphy is currently 41 years old and still playing for the Winnipeg Jets. He has 971 goals and 2111 points in 1734 career games. He was drafted 1st overall in the 2030 NHL entry draft by the Canucks and has had quite the career with remarkable longevity. He is a 3x Hart Trophy and 4x Rocket Trophy winner. He has eight 50+ goal seasons and two 60+ goal seasons. He has also won 2 Stanley Cups in 2048 and 2049 with the Jets.

Turner Keeling is currently 39 years old and currently playing for the Edmonton Oilers. He has 953 goals and 2181 points in 1465 games. He was drafted 6th overall by the Flyers in the 2032 NHL Draft. He has won 9x Hart, 1x Smythe, 7x Selkes, 6x Rockets and 7x Art Ross Trophies. Making him quite possibly the best all around player to ever play the game. Keeling has unfortunately never won a Cup though. He went to the finals in 2034, 2037 and 2042 but unfortunately lost all 3 times to the Blues, Wild and Sharks in that order all while playing with the Flyers. The real heartbreaker is the Flyers won the cup in 2047 two years after Keeling left them for Chicago.

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