rgollin60 wrote: »
I have 89 Andy Moog as my backup goalie. I only play On-line to meet daily objectives, thats when I substitute my backup goalie to Bronze, 58 David Honzik. Yes both of these backup goalies carry the important BU Synergy that my team needs.
However, the real reason I swap these guys is to drop my OVR team rating from 96 to 90, hoping to get a weaker opponent.
As much as I love this game, play it every day and have all the time in the world since I’m retired and almost 70, I’m not improving very fast. Of course I win every game played off-line.
I’m very happy when I lose a game on-line as long as I score 1 goal. Actually last night I got lucky and was promoted to division 8.
Today I’m going to spend the big bucks on a new PS4 controller. I’ve been playing with a bad controller for months, where the left stick keeps freezing the player holding the puck. Seen much advice how to fix the issue, however, nothing working.
Watching some videos and will try to learn how to defend better. Never poked checked, stick lift or hip checked before.
TreborMalkin wrote: »
There is no reason a 88 goalie stops only 3 of 6 shots for the game
When’s the last time you played the same player twice?
I scored my last 2 goals with less than 2 minutes in the game thank goodness I was able to hold him to 2 shots a period
I’ve had my thanksgiving malkin lose a face off to base malkin because of the red bar lower skill
Jet I respect you and your opinions but just because someone says or doesn’t say it exists isn’t going to make me think my team plays different against teams that are rated lower than mine. I wasn’t happy I was matched up against a player ranked in the top 250, but I knew why he beat me 6-0 and held me under 10 shots not from tilt but because he flat whipped me.
WealthyFriends wrote: »
"Stop your opponent from shooting."
FYI.. People are looking to play something realistic.
Also, people with average human comprehensive skills and who aren't wearing EA-logoed blinders will recognize the tilt...
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