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Veteran C/LD looking for a solid west coast club (PS4)

PrototypeX85
115 posts Member
edited September 2016
I'm looking to join a team of adults who cycle the puck, play team defense, use mics, and most of all plan on sticking together for a while. Hit me up on PSN and we can get some games in. My online ID is same as the forum: PrototypeX85

Mostly looking for quick puck movement and not losing the puck forcing the same plays over and over. And yeah, as the topic states: must be a west club.
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  • Oh, should probably add that I will only play with 4+ skaters and will not play against 2s.
  • Hi. I'm working on building a team. We fit what you want in a team. We haven't played any club matches yet but are working on it. Still crewing up. We usually play around 8-9pm pst. Send a club invite to Westcoast Wildcats and drop me a friend request.
  • PrototypeX85
    115 posts Member
    edited October 2016
    Just gonna bump this up. Really looking for a laid back club, and I only care about lots of passing/cycling, team defense, west coast, and laid back guys who aren't **** and just want to have fun. Going through a lot of real life stuff right now, and just want to be able to kind of relax while playing club and not get too stressed out over it.
  • Bump. :(
  • I've been playing with LowJack (posted above). We've got a few solid players and are worth a look if you're still searching. We are 2 groups that have been playing together for some time and have combined to make a club. Chemistry within has been great thus far.

    Check us out. Westcoast Wildcats
  • if you're still looking, message me on PSN: ryanyake

    we're a div. 1 club, laid back guys don't chat too much. cycle for days, team play, fun.

    club: El Chopo
  • bump.
  • Whats up man. I don't have a club but I'm in.a similar boat and would like to play with you or try to get something going. I'm 28 live in California and just want to relax after work crack some jokes and play team hockey. I actually stopped playing club for a while because it was always the same thing "Yea we cycle" then you spend the whole game watching the same kid try to dangle the whole team and score goals at will. I don't even care if we are winning that's not fun. Let me know if you want to play. Psn Meet-My-Heat
  • Whats up man. I don't have a club but I'm in.a similar boat and would like to play with you or try to get something going. I'm 28 live in California and just want to relax after work crack some jokes and play team hockey. I actually stopped playing club for a while because it was always the same thing "Yea we cycle" then you spend the whole game watching the same kid try to dangle the whole team and score goals at will. I don't even care if we are winning that's not fun. Let me know if you want to play. Psn Meet-My-Heat

    Shoot me a friend request (Prototype85) or I'll add you when I get off work.
  • PrototypeX85
    115 posts Member
    edited December 2016
    Bump. Sorry I haven't been on much to reply. Been going through some rough medical issues, but I should be good to go for a while without worrying about that. Still looking for the same thing really, and it's really just hockey fundamentals:

    -Cycle a lot
    -clean break outs
    -no forced plays all the time
    -at least 4 skaters on our team, 3 on theirs
    -adults with mics
    -team defense

    Unlike when I first started EASHL I'm a full-on adult now. I'm looking to have fun more than anything. So white our record doesn't have to consist of winning 9 out of every 10 games, I won't put up with people at least not trying to play realistic hockey. This means no defensemen chasing the puck to the blue line or up at the red line on the breakout when we're only up by a goal and trying to lock it down, wingers guarding their points, minimal selfish plays, and for the love of God if you keep getting crushed on zone entries, dump the puck.

    That's all for now. Message me if interested.
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