How to tank a season

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  1. Chuzwazza

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    what does being 6-2-2 in 10 game have to do with tanking the season?
     
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    Mario in goal... wouldn't he make a new technique called the sit-down ... ;)
     
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    Josh,

    Why do you need to read an article on takinking it??? You pracitically revoltionized it two years ago.
     
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    Actually Billy, I didn't exactly tank my team...it was already terrible when i got it. I think my top 2 players of any note were Ray Ferraro (was was on his last legs) and Felix Potvin (Not exactly a stud) and my next best player was something like a 69 or 70.

    I dealt Potvin and Ferraro, but both Doug and myself (who finished with the #2 pick that year, and only about 4 points ahead of me after taking over a 2nd terrible team) would have been better than at least 2 or 3 teams going around now. The thing was, the lower teams were just much stronger back then. And it's not like I didn't bring in any talent...Snow, Shields and Scatchard come to mind. Not great names sure, but I didn't have any 66OV rule to abide by back then and I still did it.

    Or is it just sour grapes over the fact that I managed to flip Hannan and the #5 pick in the draft for Rick Nash, Fedor Tjutin and A 2004 1st...Which actually had nothing to do with tanking anything ;-)
     
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