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#16
(This post was last modified: 03-17-2019, 03:17 PM by Mike Izzy.)

(03-17-2019, 02:40 PM)Tomen Wrote:
(03-17-2019, 02:00 PM)Mike Izzy Wrote: Hi Toman,

http://simulationhockey.com/showthread.php?tid=93039

The highest total Bitties reached through updates was 2069. The regression page above would verify that.

Players earn more than what is list as their regression all the time. Almost everybody in the 2k club reached more than what their regression said.

http://simulationhockey.com/showthread.p...pid2569414

Yes sir that’s true. But its a prudent option to go with the official updated tpe numbers on a players profile at the moment the regression post comes out..for one this would become a much harder piece to maintain if we don’t have a standardized method for myself or someome taking this over in the future to use. No grey areas doing it this way, it’s equaly fair/unfair for everyone. With the regression page posted at the same time each season we always have the numbers to draw from and a finish line point for each player.

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(This post was last modified: 03-17-2019, 03:39 PM by Tomen.)

(03-17-2019, 03:14 PM)Mike Izzy Wrote:
(03-17-2019, 02:40 PM)Tomen Wrote: Players earn more than what is list as their regression all the time. Almost everybody in the 2k club reached more than what their regression said.

http://simulationhockey.com/showthread.p...pid2569414

Yes sir that’s true. But its a prudent option to go with the official updated tpe numbers on a players profile at the moment the regression post comes out..for one this would become a much harder piece to maintain if we don’t have a standardized method for myself or someome taking this over in the future to use. No grey areas doing it this way, it’s equaly fair/unfair for everyone. With the regression page posted at the same time each season we always have the numbers to draw from and a finish line point for each player.

But the numbers you used before are from the update pages not the regression posts. Otherwise in chronological order:
Randleman no longer 2k: http://simulationhockey.com/showthread.php?tid=73828
Garbanzo 2169: http://simulationhockey.com/showthread.php?tid=67955
Clayton 2192: http://simulationhockey.com/showthread.php?tid=75711
Metzler no longer 2k: http://simulationhockey.com/showthread.php?tid=85506
Visser 2210: http://simulationhockey.com/showthread.php?tid=85506

Not everybody updates each week. So the regression sometimes doesn't even have all the TPE that needs to be even regressed and has to be recalculated. Source: Am an Updater since more than 10 seasons

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3. Buffalo Stampede , Eduard Selich 5 (Maximilian Wachter, Alexis Metzler) at 16:25
5. Buffalo Stampede , Eduard Selich 6 (Steven Stamkos Jr., Brynjar Tusk) at 19:48
8. Buffalo Stampede , Eduard Selich 7 (Brynjar Tusk, Alexis Metzler) at 13:55
9. Buffalo Stampede , Eduard Selich 8 (Anton Fedorov, Mikelis Grundmanis) at 15:12
10. Buffalo Stampede , Eduard Selich 9 (Dickie Pecker) at 19:43 (Empty Net)
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(This post was last modified: 03-17-2019, 03:45 PM by Mike Izzy.)

(03-17-2019, 03:38 PM)Tomen Wrote:
(03-17-2019, 03:14 PM)Mike Izzy Wrote: Yes sir that’s true. But its a prudent option to go with the official updated tpe numbers on a players profile at the moment the regression post comes out..for one this would become a much harder piece to maintain if we don’t have a standardized method for myself or someome taking this over in the future to use. No grey areas doing it this way, it’s equaly fair/unfair for everyone. With the regression page posted at the same time each season we always have the numbers to draw from and a finish line point for each player.

But the numbers you used before are from the update pages not the regression posts. Otherwise in chronological order:
Randleman no longer 2k: http://simulationhockey.com/showthread.php?tid=73828
Garbanzo 2169: http://simulationhockey.com/showthread.php?tid=67955
Clayton 2192: http://simulationhockey.com/showthread.php?tid=75711
Metzler no longer 2k: http://simulationhockey.com/showthread.php?tid=85506
Visser 2210: http://simulationhockey.com/showthread.php?tid=85506

Not everybody updates each week. So the regression sometimes doesn't even have all the TPE that needs to be even regressed and has to be recalculated. Source: Am an Updater since more than 10 seasons

Thanks toman, I’ll take a look at this...

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#20
(This post was last modified: 03-21-2019, 01:16 PM by Mike Izzy.)

OK, after a week long look at this and some help from good guy @Tomen .. the TPE leaderboard will change from a players highest updated TPE number to a players highest TPE number. The OP reflects the changes.

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#21

Congratulations to Tor Tuck who today became the 14th player in league history to reach 2,000 TPE!
Way to go @ErM !!

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(04-09-2019, 05:31 PM)Mike Izzy Wrote: Congratulations to Tor Tuck who today became the 14th player in league history to reach 2,000 TPE!
Way to go @ErM !!

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#23
(This post was last modified: 07-15-2019, 10:45 AM by Mike Izzy.)

Congratulations to Brady McIntyre who became the 15th player in league history to reach 2,000 TPE!! - @caltroit_red_flames

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For those of you asking yourself wait a minute the numbers and rankings changed suddenly. Well Izzy and I talked about it and decided about what should be the cutoff for a player's TPE peak. We decided that the end of the week for the regression deadline would be the most fair way to decide on that. That's the reason why some rankings and numbers are different now. Some people did their regression as much as 3 weeks before the regression deadline.

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Eduard Selich Bojo Stats


3. Buffalo Stampede , Eduard Selich 5 (Maximilian Wachter, Alexis Metzler) at 16:25
5. Buffalo Stampede , Eduard Selich 6 (Steven Stamkos Jr., Brynjar Tusk) at 19:48
8. Buffalo Stampede , Eduard Selich 7 (Brynjar Tusk, Alexis Metzler) at 13:55
9. Buffalo Stampede , Eduard Selich 8 (Anton Fedorov, Mikelis Grundmanis) at 15:12
10. Buffalo Stampede , Eduard Selich 9 (Dickie Pecker) at 19:43 (Empty Net)
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#26

Congrats @caltroit_red_flames @FlappyGiraffe @ml002 for making the 2K club. I'll be joining you shortly Smile
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#27
(This post was last modified: 08-03-2019, 08:08 PM by Mike Izzy.)

Congratulations to Mikhail Lokitonov, Gary Grease and Victor Marius who eached reached the 2,000 TPE list! All from the renouwned class of S39!  @ml002, @FlappyGiraffe, @karey,

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(08-03-2019, 08:07 PM)Mike Izzy Wrote: Congratulations to Mikhail Lokitonov, Gary Grease and Victor Marius who eached reached the 2,000 TPE list! All from the renouwned class of S39!  @ml002, @FlappyGiraffe, @karey,

What an awesome class this turned into
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@Tomen i had a couple of questions about these when you get the chance

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