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Old 12-11-2016, 03:55 PM   #1
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Halton Hills Elite Bulldogs - New Franchise Beginnings

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Team: Halton Hills Elite Bulldogs
Founded: 2017
Location: Georgetown, Ontario, Canada
Arena: Mold Masters Plex
Division: Central
Conference: Western
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Owner: Stewart Baker (Father)
GM: Terence Baker (Myself)


Personnel:
Head Coach: Adam Oates
Assistant Coaches: Wendel Clark (Skills Coach), Hannes Lindholm (Goalie Coach), Chris Pronger (Defensive Coach), Mats Sundin (Offensive Coach), Bryan McCabe (spare)
Trainer: Oleh Ischenko


FA Signings:
G: Steve Mason / 6 years, 4M per season
G: Al Montoya / 2 years, 1M per season
F: Ilya Kovalchuk / 1 year, 6.6M per season
F: Antoine Roussel / 1 years, 1.8M per season
F: Nick Bonino / 3 years, 3M per season
F: Zemgus Girgensons / 3 years, 2.8M per season



Off-Season Trades:
None


Appointed C/A's:
C: Ilya Kovalchuk, A: Nick Bonino, A: Martin Hanzal
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Old 12-11-2016, 04:23 PM   #2
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Pre-Season Record:
GP [7] W[4]- L [2]- OT/SL [1] GF [16] GA [13]

Pre-Season Look (+ vs -):
(+)Nick Bonino, Mike Hoffman & Viktor Arvidsson looked promising leading the team in points during the pre-season with 5 each.

(-)Ilya Kovalchuk looked rusty in his pre-season return to the NHL collecting only 2 pts (2G) in 7 games.

(+)Both goalies performed extremely well during the pre-season.
Steve Mason: GP [5] W [2] L [2] OT/SL [1] SA [143] GA [8] GAA [1.55] SO [1] SV% [.944]
Al Montoya: GP [2] W [2] L [0] OT/SL [0] SA [59] GA [4] GAA [1.92] SO [0] SV% [.932]

(+) Defense proved to also stand strong during the stretch helping to average only 1.8 Goals per game against (most scored was 3)

(Overall) Going to be a long shot to see a playoff berth. Being a new team won't make anything any easier. We expect to finish around the 9-11th area of the standing for the conference and 6-last in our division. Rebuilding was what is expect. Down the road if any/at all trades come in we will take them all with consideration to become better for the future!
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Current Injuries:
Zemgus Girgensons | 1-2 Weeks | Calf Laceration | Leg (Normal) | Aug.28.2017
Kyle Palmieri | 2-3 Months | Sports Hernia | Leg (Vulnerable) | Aug.30.2017


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Regular Season | September -Oct 1st 2017 | Team Stats:
GP [12] W[6]- L [4]- OT/SL [2] PTS [14] GF [39] GA [36] | DIVISON [3] CONFERENCE [6]

*Currently Ranked 7th in Goal Scoring
*Currently Ranked 19th in Goals Against
*Currently Ranked 15th in Shots on Goal
*Currently Ranked 8th for penalty minutes
*Currently Ranked 22nd for PP Goals
*Currently Ranked 8th for SH Goals
*Currently Ranked 24th for PP%
*Currently Ranked 2nd for PK%



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Regular Season | September -Oct 1st 2017 | Outlook:

Players
(+) Kovalchuk's season has started off great for his first season back in the NHL. Pre-Season we seen the rink rust from him, but he's been able to put that all behind him and is averaging a point a game in 12 games this season.
(+) The offense on this teams currently ranked 7th overall in the NHL. Huge eyebrow raiser considering expectations weren't high this season.
(-) As expected, the defensive core right now is at best average. We expected this seeing as we do not have a true chip blue liner here. Closest thing to a veteran would be Luke Scene or Michael Stone. Both considered average to below average in the NHL core of Defenseman.
(Overall) All and all we have defied expectations from the season. Sure only 12 games into the stretch, but on the positive side early which is great.

Goalies
(-) Steve Mason has struggled in the beginning of this season. From his outstanding pre-season to now. Some may say it's due to the defensive core in front of him. Which if you take the stats. He's faced 256 shots in 8 games allowing 28 goals. This is an average of 32 shots a game and 3.5 goals a game. I leave that up to you.
(+) Al Montoya however is looking as sharp as he was in his two appearances in the pre-season. He's had the approval of the GM and Head coach as he's had 4 starts this season winning 3/4 of the games. He has faced 96 shots in 4 games and has only allowed 8 goals (average of 2 goals a game). Montoya has also the only recorded shut out on the team. He's currently got a GAA of 2.00 and a save percentage of .907. Showing he may be worthy of the fight for the starting role.
(Overall) Coaches and the GM have much faith in both goalies saying "They're the core of this team". Hopefully going forward Steve Mason can up his game to what we expect from him.
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Regular Season | Sept - Nov 2017| Outlook:
GP [25] W[14]- L [9]- OT/SL [2] PTS [30] GF [39] GA [36] | DIVISON [3] CONFERENCE [6]

*Currently Ranked 10th in Goal Scoring
*Currently Ranked 13th in Goals Against
*Currently Ranked 14th in Shots on Goal
*Currently Ranked 24th for PP Goals For
*Currently Ranked 5th for SH Goals For
*Currently Ranked 27th for PP%
*Currently Ranked 12th for PK%

(Side Note: The Las Vegas Golden Knights are currently in first place in their division and first in the conference. Our Rivalry with them should be interesting *Their Record: W: 18 L: 7 OT/SL: 0 PTS: 36)


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Regular Season | Sept - Nov 2017| Outlook:

Players
(+) Kovalchuk continues to be an offensive threat to any team he faces. He currently has 23 points in 25 games played this season and doesn't look to be slowing down too much. His leadership has also shown on the ice and in the locker-room as teammates have been praising him. They all look up to him and are performing to the same level.
(+) 26 yr old Cody Eakin seems to be on pace for his best season since his 2014/2015 season with the Dallas stars which happen to be his first season in the NHL collecting 40 pts in 78 games. The 2015/2016 season and 2016/2017 season he played in all 82 games of the seasons, but declined in production. Ending each season with 35pts and 26pts in those outings. Currently he has collected 16 points in 23 games. (10 Goals, 6 Assists). If Eakin can keep up this production, we could see a 50pt season out of him by the end of the year.
(+) Jason Demers and Adam Larsson continue to be the top defense Adam Oates looks to. Combined they have a +/- of 28 (Demers 15, Larsson 13). Michael Stone and Marco Scandella are also looked upon at times as they hold the most minutes per game.
(-) A lot of changes in rankings throughout this month that resulted in dropping in the league standings. Biggest being the Offensive production and PK%. We need to rally back and find out what will work to keep our position.
(Overall) 2 months down, still keeping pace for a playoff berth. Our rivals "The Golden Knights" currently have taken full control of the conference and are first in their division. Our first meeting with them will be Jan.7th.2018 so we must be prepared and ready for them to take the first game against them.

Goalies
(+) Steve Mason bounced back this past month holding now a record of 10-6-2 with a GAA of 2.76 and SV% of .912. He also added 2 shut out victories to his season. Mason's perfect timing for this month has kept the Elite Bulldogs in a playoff spot, but still is early in the season. Steve will need to continue his play to help his team secure a spot in the upcoming months.
(+) Al Montoya went 1-2 this stretch but the loses aren't on him as he performed great in all his outings securing his GAA of 2.00 and rising his SV% to .925. This is a great situation as we know the staff are behind both these guys.
(Overall) From last month to this month, the backing of their GM and Coaches, the goalies continue to be the backbone of this team. Steve Manson's got a groove going now and improved his performances this last much greatly, and Montoya keeps being the reliable backup goalie they need.
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Regular Season | Trades:
Nov.4th.2017
Halton Hills Bulldogs Send:
24yr old, Center: Adam Lowry (Has 1G, 1A, 2PTS, 28PIM and a +2 in 7 games in the AHL)
and a 5th Round Draft Pick for the 2018 Draft to the Pittsburgh Penguins

Pittsburgh in return send:
25yr old, Right Winger: Bryan Rust (17GP he has 2G, 2A, 4PTS, 2PIM, and is a -4 in the NHL)
and a 3rd Round Draft Pick for the 2018 draft.

*Both sides took a few days to finalize this decision, but seems they're both pleased to have worked this trade out.*

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Dec.1st.2017
Halton Hills 18 year old C: Santeri Virtanen has made it clear he isn't happy with the ice time provided on the team, nor does he enjoy his time with the club. GM Terence Baker has for a month been trying to ship him out and finally has done so.

Halton Hills Trades:
29, LD, Jason Demers (GP:38, G:2, A:5, PTS:7, PIM:12, +/-:11)
18, C, Santeri Virtanen (GP:2, G:0, A:0, PTS:0, PIM:0, +/-:0)
to the LA Kings, in exchange for:

25, LD, Derek Forbort (GP:34, G:3, A:6, PTS:9, PIM:20, +/-:-14)
GM Terence Baker didn't have anything to say, but sources has said that he did have a hard time making this decision with losing Demers.

Overall Forbort is as good of player as Demers and is 4 years younger in retrospect's. The big thing about this trade was Terence was able to get Santeri out of the organization to maybe get some more ice time opportunity over with the struggling LA Kings. (W:16 L:18 OTL:4 PTS:36 DIV:5th CONF:10th)
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Regular Season | Sept - Dec 2017| Outlook:
GP [38] W[21]- L [14]- OT/SL [3] PTS [45] GF [117] GA [97] | DIVISON [2] CONFERENCE [3]

*Currently Ranked 6th in Goal Scoring
*Currently Ranked 11th in Goals Against
*Currently Ranked 16th for PP Goals For
*Currently Ranked 10th for SH Goals For
*Currently Ranked 16th for PP%
*Currently Ranked 10th for PK%

(Side Note: The Las Vegas Golden Knights are currently in first place in their division still and second in the conference We are currently 1 point behind them for second place in the conference. *Their Record: W: 23 L:15 OTL: 0 PTS: 46)


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Regular Season | Sept - Dec 2017| Outlook:

Players
(+) Kovalchuk's offense is a big reason the Bulldogs are still climbing up in the standings. Currently on pace for an 80pt returning season to the NHL. He Currently has (G:13, A:25, PTS:38) in all 38 games played this season. Out of those 38pts, he's collected 12 of them on the power play. (G:1, A:11). He ties with Cody Eakin's for the most GWG's with 4.
(+) Speaking of Cody Eakin's, he continues to produce. For many that wouldn't think much of this guy, he's turning heads it seems as he has collected 25pts in 35 games. (G:15, A:10). He leads the team in goals which if you asked anyone at the beginning of the year, no one would have predicted that and is the third highest points getter on the team. He's one point away from tying last season's 26pts in 82 games with the Dallas Starts.
(+) Defensively this team has come together. Luke Schenn and Simon Despres seem to be getting more of the minutes with good reason, but the quiet lurker in the bunch is Adam Larsson. He averages the 2nd least minutes of all defence men (#1 is Michael Stone bye 6secs.) but is the leading points contributor by a Defenceman. (G:6 A:16 PTS:22). He also leads the team in +/- with +15. His defensive partner Marco Scandella is only 1 pts behind him. (G:5 A:16 P:21) and has a +/- of +5.
(-) Zemgus Girgensons becoming a huge issue this season for playing time. He's been out 3 times already this season with injury's (All pre-season + 18 games in the season) having him at 20 games played out of the possible 38 played already. He's got 11pts on the season (G:3, A:8), so as you can see, when healthy he is producing.
(Overall): Every player in their own right mind have contributed truly well for this team to be in the spot they're in. Considering expectations with a fully new roster basically thrown together with their NHL Draft and whatever F/A's they could bring in, this teams been nothing more but a success story so far.

Goalies
(+) Steve Mason continues to keep his head high, as he's improved yet again in all his stats this past month. Currently he's played in 28 starts going (W:16, L:9, OT:3)and has (GAA: 2.63, SV%: .913) with a total of 3 shutouts on the season (tied for 5th for most in the NHL). The team will need him to keep improving those numbers to secure any hope in a playoff berth this season.
(+) Al Montoya has been everything and more for a backup goalie any team would want. He's appeared in 10/ the 38 starts and shines no matter the result. Currently he is 5-5, which looking at that isn't something you can say "He's doing well". The other stats are where it shows. Montoya has a remarkable GAA of 2.01 (3rd best in the NHL) and has a SV% of .929 (Also 3rd best in the NHL). We wouldn't be surprised if Head Coach Adam Oates begins giving him a few extra starts down the road.
(Overall) The goalies continue to prove well performed no matter the occasion. Not too much has changed throughout the season. Both Goalies are showing they deserve time in that crease and making it easy for their coaches to know that whomever is in there, they will get the goaltending needed.


Regular Season |Trades:

Breaking News
Dec.1.2017
Late at night Nashville's GM: Rob Blake made the call to GM: Terence Baker of the Halton Hills Elite Bulldogs with a proposal to assist both teams needs. One They both reportedly were "extremely happy" about.

Rob Black has parted ways with veteran player: James Neal.
James Neal has had an average season many would say, the risk Blake was having though was the fact James Neal could become an Unrestricted Free Agent at the end of the year. Rumours were he would be testing the market, but for professionalism, he never actually stated this. Just strictly rumours which made Rob Blake begin shopping.

That being said, in return GM: Terence Baker agreed to ship off young star forward Valentin Zykov and a 6th Round Draft Pick in next years Draft.
Zykov is a young star, with potential. He hasn't matured enough to be a huge presents on the ice, but Rob Blake must have some idea's on where he would like the kid.

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Regular Season | January to March 1st 2017| Outlook:
GP [68] W[37]- L [25]- OTL [6] PTS [80] GF [201] GA [164] | DIVISON [3] CONFERENCE [5]
*Currently we're 14pts ahead of the 8th place holder for the playoffs. Time to decide if we want to make any moves to make a serious playoff run/ push, or begin to sell and prepare to rebuild for the off season. Or both?* The Owner, GM, and Coaches plan to decide on their decisions. Expect some last minute moves regardless.

*Currently Ranked 12th in Goal Scoring
*Currently Ranked 6th in Goals Against
*Currently Ranked 26th for PP Goals For
*Currently Ranked 5th for SH Goals For
*Currently Ranked 30th for PP%
*Currently Ranked 8th for PK%


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Regular Season | January to March 1st 2017| Outlook:

Players
(+) Kovalchuk's offense of the last few months has slightly decreased, but still on a good pace of a 70pt season. Currently he has 16G, 37A, and 53PTS in all 68 Games played. As long as Kovalchuk can keep up the offensive threat, he will no doubt in my mind easily hit that Plato.
(+) Viktor Arvidsson, our 24yr old 5'9, 193lb Right Winger hasn't been much of a discussion in the beginning of the season. He's changed that as he's the teams top Goal Scorer with 20. Also has the second most pts on the team (42) 11pts behind Kovalchuk. Another big marker is the fact 12 of those points have been power play points (6G, 6A). For his 3rd season in the NHL he's already hit his highest Goals and Points contribution and has another 14 games to go to add to it. (2015-2016 season w/ Nashville: 56GP, 8G, 8A,16PTS, 2016-2017 season w/ Nashville: 81GP, 11G, 24A, 35PTS).
(+/-)James Neal since being acquired has had a great showing in the games he has played for the Elite Bulldogs. He's played 27 games with the team and has recorded 15G, 8A, for 23PTS and a +/- of +11.
He contributed the same amount of points with Nashville before coming over, except it was in 36 games and he was a -4. So he's shown comfort in his play here. He's missed 2 weeks of hockey though with injury's which is the only downer. When in the roster, he has produced with high quality.
(-) Zemgus Girgensons & Nick Bonino along with a few others have really been missing their spark with the team. They've either underperformed, been injured far too much, or both. GM Terence Baker has been considering some movements that would involve sending them out, but has yet to see an offer worth pulling the trigger. Time will tell.
(Overall): Though some disappointing shows from some, a lot of names have outshined and over performed by most expectations. To name a few would be Viktor Arvidsson, Cody Eakin, Marco Scandella and so on. I personal think that GM Terence Baker will want to pull out some stops to make a serious push, and prove that in just one year at the helm of one of the newest teams in the league, that they're serious about the future!

Goalies
(+)Mason has been the rock needed for this team. He's played in 56 starts and currently hold a 29-18-5 record and has a GAA of 2.42 (4th Best in the NHL) and a SV% of .918 (3rd in the NHL) for "Starting" Goalies. Mason's play without a doubt is one of the reason this under rated team at the beginning of the season is currently sitting 14pts ahead of the 8th place team in a playoff spot. (currently 5th in the conference).
(+) Al Montoya has only played in 16 games, which is why his stats weren't considered into the NHL ratings of stats, but he has been the back up like we've said all season "every team would want". Montoya has a record of 8-7-1 which again doesn't look great on paper. His GAA is 2.00 and has a SV% of .923 which are the stats that are greatly standing out.
(Overall) The Duo continues to be the heart of this team after months of wondering if it were just a fluke. They've proven they're the real deal, and will need to continue that to the end of the season, and possibly a hopeful playoff run.
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Regular Season | March Deadline Moves| ALL:

(5th in Conference) Halton Hills Elite Bulldogs Trade to (16th in Conference) Columbus Blue Jackets:
27, LW, Kyle Palmieri (39GP, 10G, 7A, 17PTS, 10PIM, +/- +8)
28, LW, Antoine Roussel (Playing in the AHL: 53GP, 10G, 16A, 26PTS, 85PIM, +/- +18)
& 4th Rd pick in the 2018 Draft.

(16th in Conference) Columbus Blue Jackets Trade to (5th in Conference) Halton Hills Bulldogs:
25, LW, Brandon Saad (62GP, 27G, 22A, 49PTS, 22PIM, +/- -18)
& 6th Rd pick in the 2018 Draft.

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Rest of the NHL
Anaheim Trades to Washington:
28, LW, Corey Tropp & 20, C, Alex Dostie

Washington Trades to Anaheim:
28, LW, Matt Martin & Rights to 20, G, Konstantin Volkov
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Columbus Trades to Florida:
29, G, James Reimer

Florida Trades to Columbus:
5th Rd Draft Pick 2018 Draft.
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Las Vegas Trades to Calgary:
25, LD, Nathan Beaulieu

Calgary Trades to Las Vegas:
25, LW, Michael Ferland
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Montreal Trades to Calgary:
19, LD, Mikhail Sergachev

Calgary Trades to Montreal:
31, RW, T.J. Oshie
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Dallas Trade to San Jose:
32, RD, Kyle Quincey & 24, G, Adam Carlson

San Jose Trades to Dallas:
28, G, Aaron Dell & 20, G, Michael McNiven
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Los Angeles Trades to New York Islanders:
27, G, Anders Nilsson

New York Islanders Trade to Los Angeles:
7th Rd Draft Pick in 2018.

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Halton Hills Elite Bulldogs | Contract Extensions
Ilya Kovalchuk: Has agreed to a 1 Year contract extension worth 5.2M for the upcoming season.

LW: Kovalchuk is the Captain of a team that wasn't expected to do to much this season "Due to just joining the league this year". The ownership, GM, and Coaches have worked hard to make the moves and decisions they felt were necessary to make a lasting first impression. Kovalchuk without a doubt is one of those pieces! Kovalchuk spent the last 5 years in the KHL before returning this season when signing with the Elite Bulldogs. In his first season back he's played in all 80 games so far this season collecting 24 Goals, 45 Assists for 69 Points. 21 of those 69 points have come on the Powerplay (6 Goals, 15 Assists). He has a +/- of +15 and has tallied 4 game winning goals.

The decision to resign Kovalchuk was an "easy decision" said by GM Terence Baker. He also praised his star saying "He's lead this team well, we couldn't have asked for too much more than what he's already done."
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RW: James Neal: Has agreed to stay with the team after signing a 3 Year extension worth a reportedly 16.15M by the end of the 3 years.

GM Terence Baker and GM Rob Blake made this move only 36 games into the season. When with Blake's Nashville Predators he managed to collect 23 points in 36 games (13 Goals and 10 Assists). Since being with the Elite Bulldogs he's averaged a point a game. He's appeared in 37 games with the Elite Bulldogs and has 37 points on the season since being traded (23 Goals and 14 Assists). He's a +/- of 11 and has 6 Game winning goals for the Elite Bulldogs.

Head Coach Adam Oates has said "This is the type of guy you want on the ice in clutch moments" and GM Terence Baker on signing Neal simply said "No Brainer".
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LD: Derek Forbort: Has agreed to stick around another year after signing a 1 Year extension work 1.76M for the upcoming season.

Derek had a struggling start to another season with the LA Kings (2016/2017 Season he was a -17, 2017/2018 starting season -14 in 34 games). LA Kings decided to part ways with him, and since being with the Halton Hills Bulldogs, he's shown up in some key moments. Where he only had 3G, 6A, 9PTS in 34 games with LA, He came to the Elite Bulldogs, was placed on the first line pairing (w/ Luke Schenn) and has been a clutch defender for the goalies. He has played 42 games with the Elite Bulldogs and has 5G, 14A, for 19PTS and is a +/- of 19.

Adam Oates was asked what his thoughts on Forbort were, his reply "A big man who puts his goalies needs before his own. A pure example of what you want in front of your goalie". GM Terence Baker wasn't around to be questioned, but sources in the scenes have said that "Baker had a lot of faith in Forbort coming here" and saying "He requested Oates to try him on the top pairing" and with that, he became one of the Top 2 defenders and hasn't looked back since.
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Regular Season 2017/2018 | End:
GP [82] W[48]- L [28]- OTL [6] PTS [102] GF [253] GA [202] | DIVISON [3] CONFERENCE [5]

*Currently Ranked 8th in Goal Scoring
*Currently Ranked 7th in Goals Against
*Currently Ranked 27th for PP Goals For
*Currently Ranked 2nd for SH Goals For
*Currently Ranked 27th for PP%
*Currently Ranked 10th for PK%

(Side Note: The Las Vegas Golden Knights finished 2nd in their division and 2nd in the conference. *Their Record: W: 50 L: 28 OT/SL: 4 PTS: 104)


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(+) Kolvalchuk's completed all 82 games this season recording: 24 Goals, 45 Assists for 69 Points. He has been held off the score sheet his last 4 games, recording his last 2G and 1A back on March 31 against Tampa Bay. Despite the last few games, Kolvalchuk's been an offensive threat for this team since returning to the NHL and proved he could still compete at this level. He also recently extended his contract to play another season with the Halton Hills Elite Bulldogs.

(+) Brandon Saad was required at the trade deadline when GM Terence Baker decided he wanted to make a push to the playoffs. Columbus being at the bottom of their conference, decided to part ways with the RW to begin rebuilding for the next season. Saad recorded 27 Goals, 22 Assists for 29 Points in 62 Games with the Blue Jackets before being traded March 1st. Since being with the Bulldogs, he was a huge addition to the first line (paired with Kolvalchuk & Andrew Shaw). He played 13 games recording 6 Goals, 13 Assists and 19 Points. (Finished the season with 75 games played between Columbus and Halton Hills finishing with: 33 Goals, 35 Assists for 68 Points).

(+) James Neal has to be the most reliable points getter on the squad. He finished the season with 39 games with the Elite Bulldogs recording: 24 Goals, 15 Assists for 39 Points (Finished the season with 75 Games played between Nashville and Halton Hills collecting: 37 Goals, 25 Assists for 62 Points). Neal was also a key factor having the most Game winning Goals on the team with 6 and tailing the most Short Handed Goals with 3 collected.

(+) Defensively we had a huge season by all our guys. One name that stuck out though was Marco Scandella. The LD collected the most point this season for a defenseman this season. He played in all 82 games collecting 11 Goals, 31 Assists for 42 Points while only 18:48 minutes a game (5th for time averaged by the defensive core".

(Overall) Obviously not the best in the NHL in the Power play department, but they excelled in the Penalty Killing, and finished as the 7th most active scoring team. They came together with the entire roster and have the playoffs to look forward to. Not much else you could have asked for at the end of the season.

Goalies
(+)Steve Mason ended the season on a positive note. Starting 64 games this season, Mason managed to record 38 Wins, 21 Loses and 5 Overtime Loses. He faced 1866 Shots on Goal and only allowing 154 goals (2.41 GAA and SV% of .917) and had 6 shutouts this season.

Among Goalie Stats Leaders: Mason is 8th in wins this season, 4th in Save %, 9th in Shutouts, and 7th in Goals Against Average.

(+)Al Montoya's only seen 3 games through the stretch of march 1st to April 9th. Not because of his play, but because Mason's hot streak where they went on a 10-0 streak. Besides that, Montoya was key all season when called on to give Mason a rest. He finished the season with 10 Wins, 7 Loses and 1 Overtime Lose. (Last 3 games he went 2-0-1). He faced 467 on the season allowing 42 in (GAA: 2.27 and SV% of .910) and recorded 2 shutouts this season.

(Overall) Goalies were the key factor all season. Without their performances throughout the season, the Halton Hills Elite Bulldogs would probably not be in the playoffs this season.
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Players
(+) James Neal's playoff performance was a huge impact for the Elite Bulldogs. Neal contributed to 7pts in the first round collecting 5 Goals and 2 Assists. 2/5 of those goals being the game winning goal.

(-) Ilya Kovalchuk's stats were very poor as he struggled against the St. Louis Blues. He only collected 2pts (2A) in the 5 games played and was a -1. If the Elite Bulldogs are wanting to challenge in the second round of the playoffs, they will need the help of their Captain. Thankfully the second line (w/ Neal) were able to provide the offense needed to take the series.

(+) Defensively the team was a huge plus. Derek Forbort continued to be one of the big unrated pickups during the season as he's contributed 1G, 3A for 4PTS and was a +4. Schenn also collected 4pts (0G, 4A) and was a +5. Also big changes happened after Game 1 when Adam Larsson went down with an injury and Game 2 Marco Scandella went down. Dylan McIlrath came in for Scandella and showed up clutch collecting 2 Goals in the 3 games he's played. Also David Savard was the spare to fill in when Larsson fell in game one. He only managed to get 1A in 5 games, but his defensive play helped out greatly for Steve Mason.

(Overall) First series was a huge success. For the most part everyone contributed to the 4-1 series win. Some will need to pick up their play if we want to make it deep into the playoffs. Also facing the Colorado Avalanche (4-0 their series with Chicago) in the second round, we will need keep offensive production from Kovalchuk, Saad, and the continues contributes from James Neal, Forbort and so on.

Goalies
(+)Steve Mason stood on his head for this series. He faced 138 shots in the 5 game series and allowed only 9 goals in the series (GAA: 1.79 with a .935 SV%). Masons proving that he is one of the best goalies currently in this league, and with stats like that it's hard to argue with it. If he continues this type of play, we could see a Stanley Cup raising in the near future.

(Overall) Goalie is a check. No much more to say that hasn't been said.
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Players
(+) Ilya Kovalchuk's stats contributed this series was exactly what was needed. The series against St. Louis was a poor performance, but to this series he was able to collect his first 3 goals of the playoffs and 2 more assists to bring his total in the playoffs to 7pts in 10 playoff games. He will need to keep this moment going when going to the Western Conference Finals.

(-) James Neal had the rocky series this time, as he collected 0pts in the 5 game series. Though it seemed to get Kovalchuk's production boosted, they will need Neal's offensive presents to show up again for a successful push.

(+) Saad's production wasn't shown in the series against the Blues (1A in 5Games). He showed up this series collecting his first goal of the playoffs and collected 4 more assists.

(+) The defense continues to do their parts in front of their net minder Steve Manson. Larsson's return for this series was a boost to the moral of the team. Expect more going into the Western Conference Finals from Larsson and the rest of the Defensive Core.

(Overall) In the same fashion the Elite Bulldogs were able to end the series in 5 games and are now 8-2 in the playoffs. They're going to the Western Conference finals where they will meet their arch rivals the Las Vegas Golden Knights (8-6) in a show down of expansion teams!

Goalies
(+)Steve Mason again was on his game. Performing exactly what is wanted collecting another series win and bumping up his stats this playoffs. He went from 4-1 to 8-2 and has faced 253 shots this playoffs (115 faced this series) and has allowed 16 goals (7 this series). He now has a GAA of 1.60 and a SV% stay strong at .937.

(Overall) Mason continues this stellar performance and we could see a Stanley Cup Challenger. He will be tested though, as arch rivals Las Vegas will be hungry for bragging rights.
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Series: Western Conference Finals
When thinking back at the beginning of this season, no one could have expected two expansion teams would make it to the finals, let alone be the two teams fighting it out to represent the Western Conference in the Stanley Cup Finals! The Las Vegas Golden Knights and The Halton Hills Elite Bulldogs did exactly that and what a series. The first two series at home for Las Vegas went well as they took a commanding 2-0 lead in the series. As the series went to Halton Hills home town, they did the exact same thing, to even up the series 2-2 and make this a best of 3 series. As we went back to Las Vegas, they managed to continue the home team advantages in this series and made it 3-2. Las Vegas now on the advantage and one game away from taking the series went back to Halton Hills in hopes of bragging rights. Those dreams were short lived as the Elite Bulldogs pulled out another home victory to make this series now a winner takes all.

Las Vegas felt the advantage being 3-0 in this series at home as they went into game seven. The end buzzer Vegas could not solve Steve Mason as the Halton Hills Bulldogs will be headed to the 2017/2018 Stanley Cup Final where they will face off against The Washington Capitals who also went 7 games against the Buffalo Sabres.

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Notable Players | Series
Ilya Kovalchuk:
His playoffs went from a bumping offensive threat, to the guy you need to watch out for. His first series he was held off the scoring board and only contributed 2 Assists. The second round series seen a much better performance as he scored his first 3 goals of the playoffs this season and contributed to 2 more assists to have a stat total of 7 points in 10 games of the playoffs. His series with the Las Vegas Golden Knights seem to spark his offense even more, as he collected 6 Goals and 2 Assists in the series to bring his totals this playoffs to 9 Goals, 6 Assists for 15 points in 17 games.

Brandon Saad:
He's been pretty quiet on the score board throughout the series, but his playmaking ability has kept him on the sheet. He's on the first line with Kovalchuk, so he's been the setup man for his production on the score sheet. In the 17 games played this playoffs he's collected 2 Goals, 12 Assists for 14 Points. (1G, 7A this past series against Las Vegas). The chemistry between Kovalchuk and Saad will need to continue, as they've been more of the consistent point tailing players on the team.

James Neal:
Neal's production excelled in the first series and had slowly dropped in the second series. After facing the Las Vegas squad he must feel good as he collected 5 points in the series (2G, 3A). Currently sitting right now with 12 Points in 17 games, Neal is in the top 3 for points contributors for the Halton Hills Bulldogs.

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Steve Manson
What more can we say. Steve Mason has had a career changing season and the playoffs he's continued to be the backbone of this team. Despite seeing the series at one point being 2-0 and two games where it was do or die, Mason continued to give the goaltending the Elite Bulldogs needed! He had not one, but 2 shutout games (Game 6 & 7) which ultimately was the reason the Elite Bulldogs will get their first ever shot at a Stanley Cup Championship. Masons stats currently are 12 Wins, 5 Loses - Has only allowed 31 goals on 437 Shots (GAA: 1.83 and SV% .929) and has 3 Shutouts in the playoffs.

Whatever Manson is doing outside the rink and during practices will need to continue, as he's the hottest striking goalie heading into the Stanley Cup Finals!
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Series: Stanley Cup Finals
The Dynasty of the Halton Hills Elite Bulldogs continued strong as they went into Washington and won not one, but both their series openers against the Capitals in dominating factor. Game One: 3-1 and Game Two: 6-2. The Elite Bulldogs feeling strong about their home record this playoffs had a lot of confidence. Washington took Game 3 by a tight margin and brought themselves back into the series with their 2-1 win. Game 4 went back to the Elite Bulldogs as they gave their home fans something to cheer about with a 5-3 win.

Games 5 & 6 were Washington's do or die games which by ending scores were literally that as both games were won by 1 goal differences and scored in the 3rd periods as Washington won Game 5: 3-2 and Game 6: 4-3. Which meant we would go to a game seven to determine who would lift the Stanley Cup this year!

Washington having home ice advantage in the game 7 had the fan advantage. Luckily the Elite Bulldogs were able to quiet the home fans early, scoring 2/4 of their goals in the first period. The Capitals were able to collect an early goal into the second period to keep hopes alive, but it was at 14:36 of the second period where the Elite Bulldogs would score their 3rd goal on the game and one more in the 3rd period to become the 2017/2018 Stanley Cup Champions!
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First Line Threat:
Brandon Saad, Andrew Shaw, Brandon Saad, Derek Forbort and Luke Schenn:
This line up was the most dominating force to play against it seemed through the second round of the playoffs - right to the end of Game 7 of the Stanley Cup finals. Collectively they produced together combined: 27 Goals, 62A for 89pts this Playoff Run.

RW: Brandon Saad lead the team in assists with 22. He also finished the Playoffs with 6 Goals for 28pts (He also lead the team with the most points). He also was a huge offensive threat in the Stanley Cup Finals series as where he collected 14/28 of his end season points in the series: 4 Goals, 10 Assists in the 7 games of the series.

LW: Ilya Kovalchuk lead the team with goals scoring 13 Goals this playoffs, ending the playoff season with a total of 25pts (12A). Along with Saad, Kovalchuk's series with Washington seen him collect 4 Goals, 6 Assists for 10pts in the 7 game series.

LD: Derek Forbort lead all defenseman with 17pts this playoffs. (2G, 15A in 19/24 games played this playoffs). He also lead all players in ice time with 24:11 (next behind him was Saad and Neal with 22:18 each). Forbort collected 9 of his pts in the series against Washington (1G, 8A).

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Steve Manson
He played in all 24 games and was well deserved. Mason was without a doubt one of the reasons the Elite Bulldogs were able to make it past each round and hoist that Stanley Cup. Mason finished the playoffs with 16W, 8L and only allowed 47 Goals on 576 Shots. (GAA: 1.95, SV%: .918).

His series with the Washington Capitals he seen 139 shots, allowing 16 goals. (GAA: 2.29, SV%: .890).
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2017/2018 End Year Awards
Hart Trophy: Pittsburgh Penguins C: Sidney Crosby
Conn Smythe Trophy: Washington Capitals RD: John Carlson
Vezina Trophy: Ottawa Senators Brian Elliott
Norris Trophy: Washington Capitals RD: John Carlson
Calder Trophy: Chicago Blackhawks LW: Vladimir Tkachyov
GM of the Year: Halton Hills Elite Bulldogs: Terence Baker
Frank J. Selke Trophy: Buffalo Sabres C: Ryan O'Reilly
Maurice Richard Trophy: Washington Capitals LW: Alex Ovechkin
Art Ross Trophy: Colorado Avalanche's C Matt Duchene
NHL Plus-Minus Award: Las Vegas Golden Knights LD: Alexei Emelin
Roger Crozier Saving Grace Award: Boston Bruins G: Tuukka Rask
Jennings Trophy: Colorado Avalanche's G Semyon Varlamov
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Notable Trades:
The Halton Hills Elite Bulldogs trades to the San Jose Sharks:
UFA: LW, 28, Matt Calvert
(AHL: GP:69, G:13, A:43, PTS:56, PIM:40, +/-: +34)
(AHL Playoff Stats: GP:6, G:3, A:3, PTS:6, PIM:2, +/-: +2)

UFA: LW, 26, Joonas Donskoi
(NHL: GP:58, G:3, A:12, PTS:15, PIM:12, +/-: +8)
(Playoff Stats: GP:14, G:2, A:5, PTS:7, PIM:6, +/-: +11)

and Halton Hills 1st Round Pick (32 Overall in the 2018 NHL Entry Draft)

In exchange, the San Jose Sharks trades to the Halton Hills Elite Bulldogs:
UFA: LW, 22, Adam Helewka (NHL: GP:71, G:12, A:20, PTS:32, PIM:32, +/-: +2)

and San Jose's 1st Round Pick (2nd Overall in the 2018 NHL Entry Draft).
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#1 Minnesota Wild: Draft, 18, RD: Ty Emberson from U.S. National Team Development Program
#2 Halton Hills Elite Bulldogs: Draft, 18, C: Joe Veleno from Saint John Seas Dogs
#3 New Jersey Devils: Draft, 18, C: Jack Hughes from Kitchener Rangers
#4 Columbus Blue Jackets: Draft, 18, RD: Owen Lalonde from Sudbury Wolves
#5 Tampa Bay Lightning: Draft, 18, RW: Andrei Scechnikov from Kingston Frontenacs


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1st Rd, 2nd Pick: C, 18, Joe Veleno, 6'2, 207LBS | Michel Briere Trophy Award 2018 (QMJHL)
2017/2018 - Saint John Sea Dogs (GP:68, G:48, A:44, PTS:92, PIM:56, +/-: +25)

2nd Rd, 64th Pick: RD, 18, Yan Aucoin 6'0, 219LBS | Emile Bouchard Trophy Award 2018 (QMJHL)
2017/2018 - Baie-Comeau Drakkar (GP:67, G:20, A:43, PTS:63, PIM:200, +/-: +46)

3rd Rd, 92nd Pick: LD, 20 , Andrew Smith 6'7, 251LBS
2017/2018 - Victoriaville Tigres (GP:51, G:11, A:26, PTS:37, PIM:91, +/-: +19)

4th Rd, 123rd Pick: LD, 17, Ondrej Jedlicka 5'10, 154LBS
2017/2018 - HC Energie Karlovy Vary U18 (GP:35. G:3, A:40, PTS:43, PIM:20, +/-: 0)

6th Rd, 161st Pick: RD, 18, Dawson Barteaux 6'2, 185LBS
2017/2018 - Regina Pats (GP:72, G:14, A:31, PTS:45, PIM:45, +/-: -27)

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Notable Free Agents Upcoming | Offseason
Andrei Markov, D
Joffrey Lupul, FW
Daniel Winnik, FW
Patrick Marleau, FW
Artemi Panarin, FW
Petr Mrazek, G
Patric Hornqvist, FW
Brian Dumoulin, D
Daniel Sprong, FW
Robby Fabbri, FW
Colton Parayko, D
Nail Yakupov, D
Ryan Murphy, D
Vernon Fiddler, FW
Evander Kane, FW
Casey Nelson, D
Richard Panik, FW
Brayden McNabb, D
Alex Burrows, FW
Calvin de Haan, D
Brock Nelson, FW
Josh Bailey, FW
Chris Kunitz, FW
Lars Eller, FW
Francois Beauchemin, D
Nicolas Meloche, D
Martin Jones, G
Brian Campbell, D
Ryan Miller, G
Kevin Bieksa, D
Michael Hutchinson, G
Boone Jenner, FW
Oliver Bjorkstrand, FW
Jay Merkley, FW
Josh Anderson, FW
Kevin Stenlund, FW
Matt Dumba, D
Mark Stuart, D
Antti Niemi, G
Chris Stewart, FW
J.T Miller, FW
Adam Erne, FW
Sergei Kalinin, FW
Alexei Emelin, D
Jason Zucker, FW
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