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While I await the release of FHM3 where I fully intend on posting a historical replay (and possible more other playthroughs) I thought I would get started and iron out my writting and formatting ideas here for FHM2.

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1931
The Start of the NHL historical rerun has began. The league does start with 14 years of history to it. The big ones being the Montreal Canadiens having 4 championships. The GAA leader is Montreals goaltender George Hainsworth who lifetime has a 1.79 GAA.

Point leader is Frank Nighbor with 374 points in his 437 Carear games and 13 years in the league.

Goal leader is Cy Denneny who netted 281 goals in 370 games from the 1917/18 season to his retirement in 1928/29

Clint Benedict currently holds the Goaltender win leaderboard with 190 wins although that will most likely soon be passed by George Hainsworth who enters the year 19 wins behind Benedict and has averaged 24 wins a year the past 5 years with the Canadiens.

Trade Deadline
As the trade deadline rolls around we take a look at the league. The standings have a tight race for 1st to 3rd as the Canadiens, Maple Leafs, and Rangers all battle it out for top place.

The NHL Goal Race sees young stud Charlie Conacher lead it with 19 goals in just 29 games for the Toronto Maple Leafs. The 3rd year player is having to hold off Bill Cook of the Rangers (18) ;Herbie Lewis of the Falcons (17); and Howie Morenz of the Canadiens (17).

The Best helpers in the league are currently Frank Boucher (Rangers) and Joe Primeau (Maple Leafs) who both have 27 assists on the season. Not far behind is possible MVP winner Howie Morenz of the Canadiens who has 24 assists of his own.

The points race is close with Howie Morenz in first with 41 points but Frank Boucher (37) and Jow Primeau (36) are not out of the race yet.

As far as goalies go George Hainsworth has put a great first half of the season together and because of it leads the NHL in wins at 18. He currently sits one win away from tying and 2 wins away from being the winnest goalie in the NHL, not bad for the 36 year old Toronto Native.
There is still 2 more months of hockey left to be played and possibly records to be broken, the NHL season is starting to really heat up!

Regular Season End
The end of the season is here and the boys have been seperated from the men. The Top spot for best team in the NHL, which only two months ago was a hotly contested race, has come to and end. The Toronto Maple Leafs take the number one spot posting a 36-10-2 record to get 74 points and top spot in the League. The Rangers and Canadiens fought hard for the number two and three spots with the Rangers edging out the Candiens by one point, leaving a fun playoff series to happen.
The New York Americans were able to make it into the final playoff spot with a 19-23-6 season, although not many expect them to go far.

The NHL goal race did see Howie Morenz, Charlie Conacher, and Bill Cook battle it out. but in the End Morenz took the title with a 28 goal season. Conacher finished with 26 while Cook netted 23.

In the helpers aspect of the game Frank Boucher and Joe Primeau kept things very interesting but in the end Primeau pulled out the most assits this year with 42 while Boucher settled with 41.

As for the NHL's most points that goes to possible MVP Howie Morenz who got himself 63 points in the 1931-1932 season. Amazingly the next three players Primeau (60), Clancy (58), and Conacher (55) All play for the Toronto Maple Leafs.

The second half of the season in the netminder world belonged to and was dominated by Lorne Chabot of the Toronto Maple Leafs. he Finished the season with 34 wins (1st in the league) a GAA of 1.93 (1st) and 6 shutouts (2nd).

The Watch for most wins by a netminder is over however as this year George Hainsworth passed Clint Benedicts' record of 190 to finish the year 2 wins short of 200.

Playoffs
Maple Leafs vs. Americans (Maple Leafs win in 4 games)

The first round of the playoffs for these two teams went about as well as everyone expected it to go, and that's not good for the Americans. The Maple Leafs pounded the Americans scoring 5 goals in 3 of the 4 games (game 3 was a 3-0 win) while netminder Lorne Chabot continued his dominace posting a 1.50 GAA in the 4 games.

Canadiens vs. Rangers (Canadiens win in 7 games)
After the home team took the win in each of the first 6 games in this series things looked good for the Rangers heading back to Madison Square Gardens for game 7. Unfortunately for them they ran into the Juggernat netminder in George Hainsworth and the potent offense of the Candiens and they lost game seven 5-1 with their only goal coming from Bill Cook at 8:42 in the third period.

Goal Leaders after first round
1. Bill Cook (Rangers) - 5
2. Aurel Joliat (Canadiens) - 5
3. Joe Primeau (Maple Leafs) - 4
Assist Leader
1. Bun Cook (Rangers) - 9
2. Howie Morenz (Montreal) - 6
3. 4 players - 5

Maple Leafs vs. Canadiens (Canadiens win in 5)
The time and time again statement comes true, it's not what you do in the regular season that counts but the playoffs. The heavily favourited Maple Leafs walked into the series against Montreal having most of the betting men on their side, however it did not stay that way. The leafs crumbled in a high scoring affair.

What hurt the Leafs the most was losing All-Star quality netminder Lorne Chabot in game one of the series against the Candiens.

Montreals Aurel Joliat destroyed in the second round, netting 6 goals in the 5 games more then any of the other finalists total goals scored all playoffs. The final stats are as followed

Goal Leaders:
1. Aurel Joliat (Montreal) - 11
2. Charlie Conacher (Toronto) - 6
3. Bill Cook (New York) - 5
Assist Leaders:
1. Howie Morenz (Montreal) - 12
2. Bun Cook (New York), Red Horner (Toronto), Joe Primeau (Toronto) - 9

End of Season Awards
MVP - Howie Morenz (Canadiens)
Playoff MVP - Howie Morenz (Canadiens)
Goalie of the Year - Lorne Chabot (Maple Leafs)
Defender of the Year - King Clancy (Maple Leafs)
Rookie of the Year - Cecil Dillon (Rangers) 11-18-29 in 48 games

The Current NHL points leader Frank Nighbor has retired at the age of 39. The 5'9" Pembroke, ON native finished his carear with 262 goals, 121 assists, and 383 points in 460 NHL games. Upon his retirement Frank was NHL most pointed player, 2nd more Goals, and third most Assists, He also was 2nd all time in games played in the NHL.

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Very cool! Your writing is good and the league seems interesting.

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1932
The Story line for this year is the possible de-crowning of recently retired NHL point leader Frank Nighbor as the NHL's most pointed man by last years regular season and playoff MVP Howie Morenz. Howie currently sits at 355 points in his 345 NHL games and if he can have a season like he has had the past three where he has averaged 55 points a year he will surpass Frank and his point total lead as he only currently sits 28 points behind.


The other big story this year will be about net minders Lorne Chabot of the Toronto Maple Leafs and George Hainsworth of the Montreal Canadiens. George has had some great season the past two years even though he is getting up in age (37) while Chabot exploded onto the scene last year and is expected to be a prime net minder in the NHL for the next half decade as he is only 31 years of age.

How will the Maple Leafs respond to being kicked out of the Playoffs last year after posting the best record and can the Candiens win their 4th straight Stanley Cup.


Trade Deadline
The Start of the 1932 NHL season has seen the Montreal Canadiens struggle and Toronto Maple Leafs power their way to the top once again. Some new comers to the top are the Detroit Red Wings who finished dead last in the 1931 season and the other Montreal team the Maroons who finished last year in 7th. Time will tell if these two organizations have turned things around, but til now the save bet is still on the Maple Leafs to win their 1st championship under their new name and first since the 1921/22 St. Patrick's won it.


Howie Morenz has finally done it, with a power play goal at 11:22 of the first period against the New York Americans on January 28th, 1933 he surpassed Frank Nighbor as the most pointed man in the NHL.


The NHL trade deadline sees some very familiar faces at the top of its stats leader board, however Howie Morenz does not find himself in the top three in any categories even with his historical season in progress.
Toronto's Joe Primeau is the number one star so far this season, tying last years mid point in assists at 27 and leading all in points at 42. Joe looks to be trying to not only beat his own record set last year of most assists a season in a single season (42) but also after Cooney Weilands 1929/1930 most points in a season at 73.



This Years net minder who has been on a tear is New York Rangers John Ross Roach, currently first in the NHL in wins (19), first in GAA (1.98) with goalies who have played at least 25 game, and second in Save Percentage (.923) behind Chicago Black Hawks Charlie Gardiner.

End of Regular Season
The Toronto Maple Leafs finished first in the league for the second straight year posting a 31-17-0 record for 62 points. they narrowly beat out the newcomers to the upper standards of the NHL the Montreal Maroons who finished the season with 61 points, and improvement of 25 points from last year and the best year in the teams history. The Rangers and Canadiens easily found themselves slide into the third and fourth spots respectfully as each posted winning records and above 57 points.


Toronto's Joe Primeau continued to be the best player in the NHL but did not complete or break either of the stats he was aiming to at the trade deadline. He did however lead the league in points (62), assists (38), and finished tied third for goals (24).


Howie Morenz of the Montreal Canadiens is moving up in all leader categories. Currently leading the NHL in Points (406). Morenz also has 250 goals in his career and is expected within the next 2 or 3 seasons to take over not only 2nd all time goal leader Frank Nighbor (262) but 1st overall Cy Denneny (281). Morenz also has a chance to move up the assist ladder where he currently sits second with 156 all time. That will be tough as above him is New York Ranger Frank Boucher who has a 30 assist lead and is in the prime of his career as well.


The other major news is just one year after passing Clint Benedict's all time record George Hainsworth of the Montreal Canadiens is having his title as most winningest goalie challenged by New York Rangers net minder John Ross Roach who currently sits 18 games shy of passing Hainsworth as most winningest net minder.

The NHL goalies stats was all over the place this year, with many net
minders finishing all around the map. This years best net minder will be a tough award to give away!


Playoffs

Montreal Canadiens (4) - Toronto Maple Leafs (1)
The first round of the playoffs see the rematch of the Stanley Cup Finals last year as the Toronto Maple Leafs take on the defending champions Montreal Canadiens. The Canadiens turned their second half of the season around moving from 6th to 4th.
Game 1:
The highly anticipated series, the rematch went without a hitch to start at Maple Leafs Gardens in Toronto. 15,726 fans showed up for what was expected to be a hard hitting and well played game.
Game one did not disappoint the fans in Toronto as the Maple Leafs went to work and shutout the Canadiens offense winning the game 4-0 on two goals by the young Syd Howe
Game 2:
Game two saw a ton of offense as the Canadiens finally found a way to get through Toronto's net minder Lorne Chabot who shut them out just the game before. At the end of the night the Canadiens came away with the 4-3 victory
Game 3:
Game three saw the Canadiens return home to the Montreal Forum and to their 17,959 fans. Aurel Joliat, Montreal's saviour in last years playoffs, netted two goals in the second only a minute apart and the Canadiens got a great game from George Hainsworth winning 4-1 and taking the 2-1 lead in the series.
Game 4:
Game four saw a back and forth contest in the Forum as the Maple Leafs jumped out to a quick 2-0 lead after one period of play. The Canadiens did not lie down and die however netting three goals in the second and shutting out the Maple Leafs. The resilience of the Candiens however was not able to withstand the power of the Maple Leafs as they scored two in the 3rd and finished the period tied 4-4 before Bob Gracie put his 3rd goal of the series away in overtime for the Toronto win.
Game 5:
After so many back and forth offensive games in the first series of the playoffs game five showed that both teams are able to play some defense as only one goal was scored combined by both teams. That goal was scored in the third period by Obs Heximer of the Maple Leafs to give them a 3-2 series lead.
Game 6:
Elimination game for the Canadiens as they go home to the Forum to take on the Leafs. The first period did not go as they had hoped as the Maple Leafs jumped out to a quick 3-1 lead on goals from Red Conn, Joe Primeau, and King Clancy. The second period did not hold that much better as the Leafs finished up 4-3 after Ace Bailey scored, Montreal's third line center however did have 2 unanswered goals to at least give life to the Canadiens heading into the 3rd. The third period however did see the Canadiens eliminated from the playoffs as the Toronto Maple Leafs netted 3 goals, giving up 2, and winning game 6 7-5 to head to the Stanley Cup Finals.

Montreal Maroons (3) - New York Rangers (2)
The Maroons have posted their bets season ever getting into 3rd place, new to the NHL playoffs and going against the heavily Favorited New York Rangers the Maroons would like to show people what they got.
The best of seven series did turn out to be quite the show as the underdog Montreal Maroons won the series in five games against the Rangers to head to the Stanley Cup Finals.

Montreal Maroons (3) - Toronto Maple Leafs (1)
The Stanley Cup Finals pinned the heavily favored to win Maple Leafs against the Montreal Maroons in a best of seven series. Unfortunately the Maroons were not able to make the series very interesting as the Maple Leafs won the series in 5 games, dominating the Maroons. Lorne Chabot only allowed 7 goals against in the entire series.

End of Season Awards
MVP - Eddie Shore (Boston Bruins)
Playoff MVP - King Clancy (Toronto Maple Leafs)
Goaltender of the Year - John Ross Roach (New York Rangers)
Defense men of the Year - Ching Johnson (New York Rangers)
Rookie of the Year - Walt Buswell (Chicago Black Hawks)
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