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#26 2010-05-24 10:59:21

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Re: Question for you captains out there (and co-captains).

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1. 5 minutes (4 minutes: Me and captain will talk about where to spend our TSP and 1 minute: Setting of TSP)

2. Sometimes, during an easy matchup. (For stat purposes of Groovehill) big_smile

3. Sometimes if me and my captain are too busy.

2. And sometimes matching the opponents line with the same group of players as theirs.

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#27 2010-05-25 00:47:14

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Re: Question for you captains out there (and co-captains).

1. 5 to 10 mins

2. If needed

3. Only if busy


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#28 2010-05-25 01:02:41

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Re: Question for you captains out there (and co-captains).

mikasa032 wrote:

2. Sometimes, during an easy matchup. (For stat purposes of Groovehill) big_smile

EXACTLY! big_smile


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#29 2010-05-25 05:03:35

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Re: Question for you captains out there (and co-captains).

1. depends on the team im playing (lol sometimes awhile... me and mark[vivec] gameplan alot though tongue )
2. 1-3 times per season on avg
3. never

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#30 2010-05-25 05:08:12

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Re: Question for you captains out there (and co-captains).

1. 10-15 min maybe more for playoffs and important games.

2. Almost all the time, even if it is as simple as switching rebounders or def/blocker, often just to try out different lineups and make the team tougher to scout.

3. Rarely.

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#31 2010-05-25 05:56:15

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Re: Question for you captains out there (and co-captains).

1. 5 minutes
2. rarely, unless it's against a team that had beaten us 3-4 times in a row
3. between me and my co-captain, never


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#32 2010-05-25 06:37:31

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Re: Question for you captains out there (and co-captains).

1.  How much time on average do you spend preparing for a regular season game?  This includes specific scouting, sliders changes, TSPs, etc.
---> 5-10 minutes

2.  How often do you try for a specific match up in a game?  Examples would be flipping your lines purposely, or bringing a player like a blocker to a different line for a specific purpose.
----> few times or so.

3.  How often do you simply not do anything at all for a regular season game?  This means no adjustments or checking of any type (including not changing TSPs) between games.
----> never


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#33 2010-05-25 06:42:24

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Re: Question for you captains out there (and co-captains).

tmoney20 wrote:

1. 10-15 min maybe more for playoffs and important games.

2. Almost all the time, even if it is as simple as switching rebounders or def/blocker, often just to try out different lineups and make the team tougher to scout.

3. Rarely.

at number 2. can you do this at the few last minutes before roster lock?


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#34 2010-05-25 10:38:58

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Re: Question for you captains out there (and co-captains).

Harbour wrote:

jasonc70 wrote:

1. at least 1 hour
2. every day
3. never

What do you do for a whole hour?

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#35 2010-05-25 10:43:38

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Re: Question for you captains out there (and co-captains).

ulan wrote:

tmoney20 wrote:

1. 10-15 min maybe more for playoffs and important games.

2. Almost all the time, even if it is as simple as switching rebounders or def/blocker, often just to try out different lineups and make the team tougher to scout.

3. Rarely.

at number 2. can you do this at the few last minutes before roster lock?

Technically you can, but it tends to be frowned upon (called "ebaying").


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#36 2010-05-25 11:05:20

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Re: Question for you captains out there (and co-captains).

tmoney20 wrote:

1. 10-15 min maybe more for playoffs and important games.

2. Almost all the time, even if it is as simple as switching rebounders or def/blocker, often just to try out different lineups and make the team tougher to scout.

3. Rarely.

This for me as well.  For each team that I'm running.

I will say that scaling back from 5 teams I'm running to 2 has done wonders of my ability to enjoy CR this season.


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#37 2010-05-25 14:16:59

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Re: Question for you captains out there (and co-captains).

1.   Not very long lets be honest its just  the regular season


2.  usually keep the lineup the same i wont have anyone fix their sliders till playoff time


3.   only if i forget to do it


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#38 2010-05-25 14:51:12

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Re: Question for you captains out there (and co-captains).

1
very rarely (1-2 times)
when I forget

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#39 2010-05-25 23:05:55

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Re: Question for you captains out there (and co-captains).

bbkaos wrote:

ulan wrote:

tmoney20 wrote:

1. 10-15 min maybe more for playoffs and important games.

2. Almost all the time, even if it is as simple as switching rebounders or def/blocker, often just to try out different lineups and make the team tougher to scout.

3. Rarely.

at number 2. can you do this at the few last minutes before roster lock?

Technically you can, but it tends to be frowned upon (called "ebaying").

thanks for the clarification, ill do away then doing similar changes.


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#40 2010-05-26 22:20:55

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Re: Question for you captains out there (and co-captains).

1. 5-10 min

2. Never..

3. ehh once or twice


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#41 2010-05-26 22:25:48

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Re: Question for you captains out there (and co-captains).

tmoney20 wrote:

1. 10-15 min maybe more for playoffs and important games.

2. Almost all the time, even if it is as simple as switching rebounders or def/blocker, often just to try out different lineups and make the team tougher to scout.

3. Rarely.

pretty much these

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