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  1. Hey NHLGamers, Code of Conduct have been crowned as the first NACL Pro (XB1) champion by beating Epicenter 4 games to 0. Naturally, NHLGamer would like to congratulate each and every player from COC for putting on a show en route to their title. Additionally, we would also like to thank everyone that participated in this inaugural season for making each game as memorable as the last. The game by game results for the series are as follows: Game 1: Epicenter - Code of Conduct 0:1 Game 2: Epicenter - Code of Conduct 0:4 Game 3: Code of Conduct - Epicenter 6:1 Game 4: Code of Conduct - Epicenter 3:0 Code of Conduct's championship roster: GOALTENDERS #9 C. Hoose @EnVyD l 1 #35 H. Bluntqvist @Darcy Kuemper DEFENSEMEN #2 L. Butters Scotch @Lbflag #7 D. Jacobs @x beit #16 A. Miller @Lmiller16L #16 A. Roy @Makar x 16 #23 J. Blais @Ragey23 #25 J. Kingov @cabcavlax1 #55 -. LiL-emo-boy @GeTMuTeDD FORWARDS #7 -. Karma @Karma I2I #9 -. LOL @LOL #37 J. Himoff @PieR Talent #45 -. TINO @TIN045 #87 -. Auggy @Auggy The Code of Conduct was enforced quite heavily throughout the season as the COC guys put on an absolute show in the regular season only to keep up the form in the big games. Somewhat surprisingly the eventual champions dropped games in the first two rounds but managed to sweep Epicenter in the finals. Code of Conduct seemed to have completely dismantled their final opponents as all but one game were quite one-sided and the eventual scoring differential ended up being 14-1 in favor of COC throughout the series. @TIN045 ended up being the most prolific scorer of the postseason tallying 13 goals and 23 assists for 36 points in 15 games. Code of Conduct's road to the trophy: Regular season: 12-1-1 (1st) Quarterfinals: 4:1 vs. Fox Squad Semifinals: 4:2 vs. Problematic eSports Finals: 4:0 vs. Epicenter As always, NHLGamer would like to extend a warm thank you to all participants and every single member of this great community! Enjoy your break and get ready to step on the virtual ice again very soon! Your NHLGamer Staff
  2. Hey NHLGamers, No Limits have been crowned as the first NACL Pro (PS4) champion by beating Best 4 Business 4 games to 1. Naturally, NHLGamer would like to congratulate each and every player from NOL for putting on a show en route to their title. Additionally, we would also like to thank everyone that participated in this inaugural season for making each game as memorable as the last. The game by game results for the series are as follows: Game 1: Best 4 Business - No Limits 3:5 Game 2: Best 4 Business - No Limits 1:3 Game 3: No Limits - Best 4 Business 5:1 Game 4: No Limits - Best 4 Business 0:2 Game 5: Best 4 Business - No Limits 0:1 No Limits' championship roster: GOALTENDERS #55 i. SoWhat @icallsowhat55 #69 M. Hunt @thebipolarjew69 #70 B. Holtby @Capitalsfan_08 DEFENSEMEN #8 M. FLoWeR @LaFleuR11 #9 -. Heiskanen @RSall14 #10 B. Dangles @Bo-dangles10 #91 A. Stammer @Stammerchel FORWARDS #8 -. Ethan @xDeath #19 I. Jbur @i9-Stamkos-1i #21 K. Rivs @Rivnasty #89 Y. Gladu @Yann_Gladu #90 -. Laziee @LazieeQc There really were No Limits to the greatness of this team during the past season. No Limits only suffered one regular time loss all season long and it didn't come until in the fourth game of the finals against Best 4 Business. The teams proved to be a superior defensive power with a serious scoring upside as they conceded less than a goal per game during the season and averaged over five a game at the other end of the ice. No Limits' road to the trophy: Regular season: 13-0-1 (1st) Quarterfinals: 4:0 vs. Gr8ness Awaits Semifinals: 4:0 vs. Barbajous Finals: 4:1 vs. Best 4 Business As always, NHLGamer would like to extend a warm thank you to all participants and every single member of this great community! Enjoy your break and get ready to step on the virtual ice again very soon! Your NHLGamer Staff
  3. Team name: Northern Ascendancy Team abbreviation: NOR Team captains (PSN IDs): MartindalexC (C), The_Alpha_Furyan (A), Anrh17 (A) Team roster (PSN IDs): Supreex TehhAhola The_Alpha_Furyan Eyebiz Tacterz MartindalexC Anrh17 Pentsaa Minokin- Rundqviiist EA SPORTS club overview: https://www.easports.com/nhl/clubs/ps4/Northern Ascendancy Team Logo:
  4. Hey NHLGamers! It's time for the real part of the season to start. The time when every game is tighter than the game before it. The time when each game could very well be your last. It is of course playoff time! It has been a bit of a struggle for some getting up to this point, with multiple teams deciding to call it quits and dropping out. Despite this, we're looking forward to seeing what PS4 Pro has to offer and, most importantly of all, who will end being crowned the inaugural champion! The primary game days for this round of the playoffs are: Monday the 15th of April and Wednesday the 17th of April. As always, team captains should make sure to contact their opponent in advance. Furthermore, even though all seven games are scheduled across the two days mentioned previously, it is of course possible for teams to spread out their games over the week up 'til the end of Monday the 22nd of April. Additionally, we aim to broadcast some of the series. To facilitate this we ask that all players make sure that their player cards are updated and accurately show what name they will be using in game. On top of this, to assist the broadcast staff in this endeavour, we ask that team captains contact myself (@MartindalexC) either here, or on discord and supply me with information regarding who will be playing for their team as well as what lineup they will be using. So, without further ado here are the matchups: (1) No Limits vs. Gr8ness Awaits (8) Prediction: No Limits, 4-0 (2) Rag Rats vs. Expect Many Errors (7) Prediction: Rag Rats, 4-1 (3) Best 4 Business vs. Br0 Unit (6) Prediction: Best 4 Business, 4-1 (4) Barbajous vs. Prestige Worldwide (5) Prediction: Barbajous, 4-0 --- Stay tuned for future announcements on our social media accounts for details regarding broadcasts. And as always, good luck to all competitors! - @MartindalexC
  5. Hey NHLGamers! It's time for the real part of the season to start. The time when every game is tighter than the game before it. The time when each game could very well be your last. It is of course playoff time! It has been a bit of a struggle for some getting up to this point, with multiple teams deciding to call it quits and dropping out. Despite this, we're looking forward to seeing what XB1 Pro has to offer and, most importantly of all, who will end being crowned the inaugural champion! The primary game days for this round of the playoffs are: Monday the 15th of April and Wednesday the 17th of April. As always, team captains should make sure to contact their opponent in advance. Furthermore, even though all seven games are scheduled across the two days mentioned previously, it is of course possible for teams to spread out their games over the week up 'til the end of Monday the 22nd of April. Additionally, we aim to broadcast some of the series. To facilitate this we ask that all players make sure that their player cards are updated and accurately show what name they will be using in game. On top of this, to assist the broadcast staff in this endeavour, we ask that team captains contact myself (@MartindalexC) either here, or on discord and supply me with information regarding who will be playing for their team as well as what lineup they will be using. So, without further ado here are the matchups: (1) Code of Conduct vs. Fox Squad (8) Prediction: Code of Conduct , 4-0 (2) Heroes vs. Kangaroo Court (7) Prediction: Heroes, 4-0 (3) Epicenter vs. Complex (6) Prediction: Epicenter, 4-2 (4) Problematic eSports vs. GT R (5) Prediction: GT R, 4-3 --- Stay tuned for future announcements on our social media accounts for details regarding broadcasts. And as always, good luck to all competitors! - @MartindalexC
  6. From what I can tell we (Brits) don't actually have a formal 'federation' at all, the closest we have is the one you mentioned and even then that's just there as some sort of pseudo pr / advisory centre.
  7. Team name: Northern Ascendancy Team abbreviation: NOR Team captains (PSN IDs): The_Alpha_Furyan (C), Eyebiz (A), Anrh17 (A) Team roster (PSN IDs): Anrh17 Foppatofflan Eyebiz Tacterz The_Alpha_Furyan Jtorro1234 ICappeI Rundqviiist TehhAhola (Finland) Minokin- MartindalexC (United Kingdom) EA SPORTS club overview: https://www.easports.com/nhl/clubs/ps4/Northern Ascendancy Previous team name(s): - Team Logo:
  8. Hello NHLGamers, For this season of NACL Pro (PS4) we are rolling out a recurring segment that has been a feature of our ECL Elite coverage for the past two seasons. To put it simply, this weekly article looks to detail the ‘hottest’, ‘coldest’ and… ‘mildest’? teams in Pro over the past week. Each article in this series will be released on Mondays and will thusly be based on the days in between each power ranking iteration. In addition to this it should be noted that each ranking will invariably be in some way biased as it is, at the end of the day, a subjective list. Note: Each article will be based off of results starting from the Monday, all the way up to (& including) Friday. Ergo, any games played over the weekend will generally end up being a week 'late' so to speak. The logic behind the ranking is admittedly a sort of internal subjective ranking that weighs up results, opposition 'strength' as well as thoughts on the general play during some games. As such a ranking is not 100% quantifiable in nature there will be some bias that creeps in. One thing I would like to make abundantly clear however is that points are not the be all and end all within these rankings; for instance, just because 3 teams have the same record does not mean they won't be ranked wildly differently, as the context behind said results are of great importance and simply cannot be understated. Previous rankings: Season preview Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 - 1. No Limits (5-0-0) [+1] 2. Barbajous (5-1-0) [+1] 3. Prestige Worldwide (2-4-0) [+4] 4. Best 4 Business (1-3-0) [+1] 5. RAG RATS (1-0-0) [-4] 6. Gr8ness Awaits (0-3-0) [+3] 7. Expect Many Errors (0-2-0) [+1] 8. Cross Crease (0-3-0) [-4] 9. Br0 Unit (0-0-0) [-3] Standings timeline That's our power rankings after the third week of action in PS4 NACL Pro! We're looking forward to see which teams can keep their form running and who might be crashing. As always, if you want to see yourself at the top - keep working hard, win some games and check out the standings again next Monday! Until next time, @MartindalexC
  9. Hello NHLGamers, For this season of NACL Pro (XB1) we are rolling out a recurring segment that has been a feature of our ECL Elite coverage for the past two seasons. To put it simply, this weekly article looks to detail the ‘hottest’, ‘coldest’ and… ‘mildest’? teams in Pro over the past week. Each article in this series will be released on Mondays and will thusly be based on the days in between each power ranking iteration. In addition to this it should be noted that each ranking will invariably be in some way biased as it is, at the end of the day, a subjective list. Note: Each article will be based off of results starting from the Monday, all the way up to (& including) Friday. Ergo, any games played over the weekend will generally end up being a week 'late' so to speak. The logic behind the ranking is admittedly a sort of internal subjective ranking that weighs up results, opposition 'strength' as well as thoughts on the general play during some games. As such a ranking is not 100% quantifiable in nature there will be some bias that creeps in. One thing I would like to make abundantly clear however is that points are not the be all and end all within these rankings; for instance, just because 3 teams have the same record does not mean they won't be ranked wildly differently, as the context behind said results are of great importance and simply cannot be understated. Previous rankings: Season preview Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 - 1. Code of Conduct (6-0-0) [+2] 2. Heroes (6-0-0) [-1] 3. Epicenter (3-2-0) [+3] 4. Quality Control (4-2-1) [-2] 5. Problematic Esports (3-1-0) [-1] 6. Complex (1-1-2) [+1] 7. GT R (1-3-1) [-2] 8. True North (0-0-4) [+5] 9. Fox Squad (0-0-0) [+1] 10. Kangaroo Court (0-0-6) [-2] Standings timeline That's our power rankings after the third week of action in Xbox NACL Pro! We're looking forward to see which teams can keep their form running and who might be crashing. As always, if you want to see yourself at the top - keep working hard, win some games and check out the standings again next Monday! Until next time, @MartindalexC
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  11. Hello NHLGamers, For this season of NACL Pro (XB1) we are rolling out a recurring segment that has been a feature of our ECL Elite coverage for the past two seasons. To put it simply, this weekly article looks to detail the ‘hottest’, ‘coldest’ and… ‘mildest’? teams in Pro over the past week. Each article in this series will be released on Mondays and will thusly be based on the days in between each power ranking iteration. In addition to this it should be noted that each ranking will invariably be in some way biased as it is, at the end of the day, a subjective list. Note: Each article will be based off of results starting from the Monday, all the way up to (& including) Friday. Ergo, any games played over the weekend will generally end up being a week 'late' so to speak. The logic behind the ranking is admittedly a sort of internal subjective ranking that weighs up results, opposition 'strength' as well as thoughts on the general play during some games. As such a ranking is not 100% quantifiable in nature there will be some bias that creeps in. One thing I would like to make abundantly clear however is that points are not the be all and end all within these rankings; for instance, just because 3 teams have the same record does not mean they won't be ranked wildly differently, as the context behind said results are of great importance and simply cannot be understated. Previous rankings: Season preview Week 1 Week 2 - 1. RAG RATS (7-1-0) [+4] 2. No Limits (3-0-1) [=] 3. Barbajous (4-2-0) [+4] 4. Cross Crease (2-1-0) [-1] 5. Best 4 Business (2-3-1) [=] 6. Br0 Unit (2-3-0) [+2] 7. Prestige Worldwide (2-4-0) [-1] 8. Expect Many Errors (2-3-1) [=] 9. Gr8ness Awaits (0-2-2) [+2] Standings timeline* Due to a bunch of games being deleted and re-uploaded due to stat errors the timeline of the standings will be postponed until next week's article. Until next time! @MartindalexC
  12. Hello NHLGamers, For this season of NACL Pro (XB1) we are rolling out a recurring segment that has been a feature of our ECL Elite coverage for the past two seasons. To put it simply, this weekly article looks to detail the ‘hottest’, ‘coldest’ and… ‘mildest’? teams in Pro over the past week. Each article in this series will be released on Mondays and will thusly be based on the days in between each power ranking iteration. In addition to this it should be noted that each ranking will invariably be in some way biased as it is, at the end of the day, a subjective list. Note: Each article will be based off of results starting from the Monday, all the way up to (& including) Friday. Ergo, any games played over the weekend will generally end up being a week 'late' so to speak. The logic behind the ranking is admittedly a sort of internal subjective ranking that weighs up results, opposition 'strength' as well as thoughts on the general play during some games. As such a ranking is not 100% quantifiable in nature there will be some bias that creeps in. One thing I would like to make abundantly clear however is that points are not the be all and end all within these rankings; for instance, just because 3 teams have the same record does not mean they won't be ranked wildly differently, as the context behind said results are of great importance and simply cannot be understated. Previous rankings: Season preview Week 1 Week 2 - 1. Heroes (6-0-0) [+2] 2. Quality Control (2-0-0) [+8] 3. Code of Conduct (3-1-0) [-2] 4. Problematic Esports (2-2-1) [+4] 5. GT R (3-2-0) [+1] 6. Epicenter (3-1-0) [-4] 7. Complex (2-1-1) [-3] 8. Kangaroo Court (0-2-0) [-1] 9. Chicago Mafia (0-1-0) [+3] 10. Fox Squad (1-6-0) [+4] 11. PREDATOR (0-4-0) [-6] 12. Chaos Esports (0-0-0) [-3] 13. True North (0-0-0) [-2] Standings timeline* Due to a bunch of games being deleted and re-uploaded due to stat errors the timeline of the standings will be postponed until next week's article. Until next time! @MartindalexC
  13. NHLGamer’s NACL League administration (LA) have been sent multiple cases over the past few days, with infractions to a multitude of rules. We have decided to make a change to the rulebook to reflect this influx of cases. Before that, however, we will outline each case and the subsequent decisions made. Important note for captains: At the very least, read about the rule change at the end of this post. Case 1: Player ECHAMPO from the team Cross Crease (PS4) accepted a fight prompt. Per rule 10.8 which states the following: “Players are not allowed to fight in NACL Elite & Pro. In the case of a fight, the player (or goalie) accepting the fight will be suspended for one (1) game… “ As stated by the rule above, the action of accepting a fight carries an automatic 1 game suspension and the intention behind the fight is of no interest / relevance. As such, we have decided to suspend ECHAMPO for 1 game. Cases 2 & 3: Forfeit wins concerning Rag Rats & Smell My Cup (PS4), as well as Cross Crease & Smell My Cup Smell My Cup have been disqualified from the tournament, as such under rule 14.9 all games involving said team will be removed from the standings & schedule, played or otherwise. “Disqualification “Disqualification” is when a team gets removed from the tournament. A disqualified team has all its games cancelled, played or un-played. … ” Case 4: Forfeit wins concerning Complex & Chaos Esports (XB1) Complex and Chaos Esports were scheduled to start playing at 22:30 ET on the 25th of March. Just 15minutes before the start time, Chaos Esports informed Complex they could not play and asked to reschedule. Complex declined and proceeded to message LA asking for forfeit wins. Under rule 9.2 it states the following: “9.2 Postponing Games Teams are allowed to postpone any of their games before 4:00 PM ES(D)T on the day the game is supposed to take place according to the schedule. To meet this deadline, it is sufficient to submit a message to all three of the opponent's captains via private messages on NHLGamer. … ” As Chaos Esports neglected to message anyone from Complex, we have decided to award Complex with forfeit victories in this matchup. Case 5: Forfeit wins concerning Quality Control & True North (XB1) Quality Control and True North were scheduled to start playing at 22:30 ET on the 27th of March. Upon messaging True North’s assistant captain, who responded 10 minutes after the scheduled start time, it was found that they would not be able to ice a team to play. As such, we have decided to award Quality Control with the two forfeit victories from this matchup. Case 6: Forfeit wins concerning Epicenter & Kangaroo Court (XB1) Epicenter and Kangaroo Court had made arrangements to start their matchup at 23:30 ET on the 25th of the March, unfortunately Kangaroo Court failed to show up at the scheduled time and as such, we will award both victories to Epicenter by way of forfeit wins. Case 7: Forfeit wins concerning Epicenter & Chicago Mafia (XB1) Epicenter and Chicago Mafia were scheduled to start playing at 22:30 ET on the 27th of March. Chicago Mafia did not show up to the default time, claiming that neither team decided on a specific date to play, however the GM of Epicenter never received a message regarding this. As such, Epicenter will be awarded the two forfeit wins from this matchup. Case 8: Forfeit wins concerning GT R & Chaos esports (XB1) GT R and Chaos Esports were scheduled to start playing at 21:30 ET on the 27th of March. Despite repeated attempts to contact Chaos’ captain by GT R, as well as messaging Chaos’ assistant captain, they received no response. Due to this, GT R will be awarded both forfeit victories. Additionally, it should be noted that Chaos Esports are now no longer able to forfeit any more games in this current season before facing disciplinary actions from LA. This is due to rule 7.2, in which it outlines that a team may only give out a max of four walkover wins over the course of a season before facing further consequences. “7.2 Forfeiting Games Teams are allowed to forfeit a maximum of 4 games in one tournament without further consequences. By forfeiting, the opposing team will be given a walkover win.” Case 9: Forfeit wins concerning GT R & Fox Squad (XB1) GT R & Fox Squad were scheduled to start playing at 22:30 ET on the 27th of March. Unfortunately, due to some issues regarding prior arrangements, Fox Squad was only able to start the 1st game at ~22:55 ET. After the first game was finished, Fox Squad then asked for the 2nd game to be rescheduled to another time. As this reschedule request was asked after the deadline outlined in rule 9.2 had passed, we have decided to award GT R with the forfeit win from the yet to be played game. ---- League Administration statement It is at this point that the LA would like to make a statement of sorts referencing the sudden influx of these types of cases laid out before you. For instance, (in particular reference to case 9) it should be said that whilst there is not specific rule stopping teams from playing potentially just one game of a matchup, such an arrangement should be made in advance. Additionally, if you know you might have issues getting to a game (e.g. games scheduled in beforehand), then it may be advisable to delay the start of the second game to make sure that you and your team are able to make it to the start time punctually. The point of this of course, is that you cannot make these types arrangements if you do not contact the other team’s captains in advance. As such, from this point onwards we will be making it mandatory for people to message the other team when concerned with trying to schedule a date. This is not us diminishing the value of the schedule, instead we are just requiring captains to be a bit more proactive, doing their best to work with the other team to find a suitable day for both, as opposed to just waiting in the DR and hoping the other team shows up with zero prior contact. Will it require more effort? Yes. However, the result is worth it. Note: Teams are required to contact the other team in advance, even if just to confirm the default date.
  14. Hello NHLGamers, For this season of NACL Pro (XB1) we are rolling out a recurring segment that has been a feature of our ECL Elite coverage for the past two seasons. To put it simply, this weekly article looks to detail the ‘hottest’, ‘coldest’ and… ‘mildest’? teams in Pro over the past week. Each article in this series will be released on Mondays and will thusly be based on the days in between each power ranking iteration. In addition to this it should be noted that each ranking will invariably be in some way biased as it is, at the end of the day, a subjective list. Note: Each article will be based off of results starting from the Monday, all the way up to (& including) Friday. Ergo, any games played over the weekend will generally end up being a week 'late' so to speak. The logic behind the ranking is admittedly a sort of internal subjective ranking that weighs up results, opposition 'strength' as well as thoughts on the general play during some games. As such a ranking is not 100% quantifiable in nature there will be some bias that creeps in. One thing I would like to make abundantly clear however is that points are not the be all and end all within these rankings; for instance, just because 3 teams have the same record does not mean they won't be ranked wildly differently, as the context behind said results are of great importance and simply cannot be understated. Previous rankings: Season preview Week 1 - 1. Code of Conduct (5-0-1) [+2] 2. Epicenter (5-1-0) [-1] 3. Heroes (4-2-0) [+2] 4. Complex (6-2-0) [+2] 5. PREDATOR (3-0-1) [+5] 6. GT R (4-1-1) [+1] 7. Kangaroo Court (2-3-1) [+1] 8. Problematic Esports (4-1-2) [-6] 9. Chaos Esports (2-2-1) [+2] 10. Quality Control (2-3-1) [-6] 11. True North (2-4-2) [-2] 12. Chicago Mafia (2-0-0) [=] 13. NACL 2nd Battalion HC (0-6-0) [=] 14. Fox Squad (0-6-0) [=] Standings timeline That's our power rankings after the first week of action in Xbox NACL Pro! We're looking forward to see which teams can keep their form running and who might be crashing. As always, if you want to see yourself at the top - keep working hard, win some games and check out the standings again next Monday! Until next time, @MartindalexC
  15. Hello NHLGamers, For this season of PS4 NACL Pro we are rolling out a recurring segment that has been a feature of our ECL Elite coverage for the past two seasons. To put it simply, this weekly article looks to detail the ‘hottest’, ‘coldest’ and… ‘mildest’? teams in Pro over the past week. Each article in this series will be released on Mondays and will thusly be based on the days in between each power ranking iteration. In addition to this it should be noted that each ranking will invariably be in some way biased as it is, at the end of the day, a subjective list. Note: Each article will be based off of results starting from the Monday, all the way up to (& including) Friday. Ergo, any games played over the weekend will generally end up being a week 'late' so to speak. The logic behind the ranking is admittedly a sort of internal subjective ranking that weighs up results, opposition 'strength' as well as thoughts on the general play during some games. As such a ranking is not 100% quantifiable in nature there will be some bias that creeps in. One thing I would like to make abundantly clear however is that points are not the be all and end all within these rankings; for instance, just because 3 teams have the same record does not mean they won't be ranked wildly differently, as the context behind said results are of great importance and simply cannot be understated. Previous rankings: Season preview Week 1 - 1. Best 4 Business (8-0-0) [+1] 2. No Limits (7-0-0) [+2] 3. Cross Crease (5-1-2) [+2] 4. Smell My Cup (3-0-0) [-1] 5. RAG RATS (4-2-0) [+1] 6. Prestige Worldwide (4-2-0) [+1] 7. Barbajous (3-3-0) [-6] 8. Br0 Unit (2-5-0) [=] 9. Elegant Elgins (0-4-0) [+1] 10. Expect Many Errors (0-6-1) [-1] 11. Gr8ness Awaits (0-10-0) [=] Standings timeline That's our power rankings after the first week of action in PS4 NACL Pro! We're looking forward to see which teams can keep their form running and who might be crashing. As always, if you want to see yourself at the top - keep working hard, win some games and check out the standings again next Monday! Until next time, @MartindalexC
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