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    l0l Neely l8l

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    Location : fall river ma

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    Post by l0l Neely l8l on Fri May 03, 2013 10:56 pm

    I have decided to retire sorry to the habs. I thought I still had some left in the tank for another season but I dont have the same passion for the game as I once did. Sorry again guys but its been fun. pale
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    l0l Mason l1l

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    Re: Player Retire

    Post by l0l Mason l1l on Fri May 03, 2013 11:55 pm

    Good luck sir
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    DaSteelerz

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    Location : Michigan, US

    Re: Player Retire

    Post by DaSteelerz on Sat May 04, 2013 12:53 am

    Sorry to hear that..
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    I OTP Hero I

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    Location : Ottawa

    Re: Player Retire

    Post by I OTP Hero I on Sat May 04, 2013 2:08 am

    wtf -_-


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    xxIArmyOfOneIxx

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    Re: Player Retire

    Post by xxIArmyOfOneIxx on Sat May 04, 2013 3:06 am

    I'll miss the birds jinx....... I truly will lol but s u c k s to see you go man. Good luck
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    NYYankees88

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    Re: Player Retire

    Post by NYYankees88 on Sat May 04, 2013 2:16 pm

    l0l Neely l8l wrote:I have decided to retire sorry to the habs. I thought I still had some left in the tank for another season but I dont have the same passion for the game as I once did. Sorry again guys but its been fun. pale

    <3 for dedli...he just keeps losing guys...but neely thanks for being there all last season for us and consider coming back when you can!


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    buternuts96

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    Re: Player Retire

    Post by buternuts96 on Mon May 06, 2013 11:20 am

    lol <3 for montreal....lol

    x gardiner 51 x

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    Re: Player Retire

    Post by x gardiner 51 x on Mon May 06, 2013 12:08 pm

    buternuts96 wrote:lol <3 for montreal....lol
    Lol for cgy butter ur having similar problems so I wouldn't be laughing not as bad as mtl but still
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    HunterFox352

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    Re: Player Retire

    Post by HunterFox352 on Mon May 06, 2013 2:01 pm

    First off, I would like to say that any slander that may have come from Josky or Xob3y was purely out of anger. Josky just seemed mad the whole weekend to be honest, and to make things worse, I couldn't reach him or ob3y because my internet decided to become unreliable during the first week of games....-.- so yeah, i have to apologize on behalf of my modem. Of course, I probably shouldnt have been angry about their anger either but...

    This is getting out of hand though people. I think I have counted now 5-7 people who have already retired within the first two weeks? Its a game, a horribly programmed one at that, and horrible things are bound to happen. You cant just quit because things aren't going so smoothly and you are losing. Part of being in this league means you are part of a community of like-minded individuals who want to enjoy the game without dealing with the bs that happens in OTP and club matches. Right now, this is worse than dealing with OTP or club because team management can't just pull players out of thin air when there are only 6-7 people in F/A due to sign-up eligibility rules and whatnot.

    Think of it this way, imagine you finally get to accomplish your dream of making it to the NHL, but it turns out the first team you make it on to is an expansion team. Between the team owner trying to hire suitable GM and AGM and coaches and trainers and medical staff...etc. there is bound to be some confusion and some difficulty getting used to team practices feeling like nobody's getting any better or there may be only one decent player on a team. In fact, that decent player who everyone else counts on may be you. What, you're just going to be fed up about everyone else not being on your level and just quit? No, you're going to play as hard as you can because you are the savior of the franchise at that point in time. Even better, team funding might be lower than most of the league, so you might not get a decent contract within the first 5 years. But guess what, you gotta deal with it. You signed up to play, and you have to deal with some difficulties. Remember how both the Minnesota Wild and Columbus Blue Jackets were just starting up? Look how far those two teams have come, both being able to make a push for the playoffs, and almost ending Detroit's playoff appearance streak.

    Take the time to think about what I said.
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    Martin ScoresEZ

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    Age : 37
    Location : Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    Re: Player Retire

    Post by Martin ScoresEZ on Mon May 06, 2013 3:07 pm

    I agree with you Hunter. I think it's lame when people quit because their teams blows or whatever, but in all honesty, those NHL guys get paid for it. It's easier to stick around when you're making 1 to 8 million a season.
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    Martin ScoresEZ

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    Location : Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    Re: Player Retire

    Post by Martin ScoresEZ on Mon May 06, 2013 3:09 pm

    Also. I do not even want to be part of this discussion so just disregard my previous message. I don't know what I was thinking.
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    Martin ScoresEZ

    Posts : 19
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    Age : 37
    Location : Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    Re: Player Retire

    Post by Martin ScoresEZ on Mon May 06, 2013 3:09 pm

    I was bored.
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    Miss Ovechkin 8
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    Age : 30
    Location : Fort Benning, Georgia

    Re: Player Retire

    Post by Miss Ovechkin 8 on Mon May 06, 2013 3:42 pm

    I don't blame anyone for retiring. as Martin pointed out we don't get paid for this. Sometimes life happens, and you just don't find yourself having as much time as you did before, or you lose interest. I respect obey, and I respect others who post their retirement, that's about all we can ask. I hold no grudges towards obey Smile josky on the other hand...well ya
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    DaSteelerz

    Posts : 147
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    Location : Michigan, US

    Re: Player Retire

    Post by DaSteelerz on Tue May 07, 2013 12:38 am

    Don't be a sheep

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    Re: Player Retire

    Post by Guest on Tue May 07, 2013 9:17 am

    To be honest Hunter, How could I've been Mad all week end long if I only played on Friday ( you didnt showed up ) and on Saturday I wasnt even on cause it was my dad 60th birthday .

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    Re: Player Retire

    Post by Guest on Tue May 07, 2013 9:28 am

    if players decided to quit after opening night. I dont feel the need to stay Owner anylonger. I rather spend my summer out of Xbox. And owners should make sure their player know the gameplay rules before opening night Wink
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    I OTP Hero I

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    Re: Player Retire

    Post by I OTP Hero I on Tue May 07, 2013 5:13 pm

    if you want to explain yourselves... do it in private please by PM or xbox live. Not everyone wants to hear about your issues.

    This thread goes back to his main use! Neely's retirement

    Thank you
    Dedli


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