Warning: Video contains coarse language...thanks to some of the "fanmail" we received from our opponents.
Still going strong! Welcome to the official thread for your...Cheap Azz Wifebeaterz? Huh?
Yes, you read that correctly. For now, the CAG team is going by a new moniker. What may at first appear like a tasteless sentiment is in fact a tasteless joke, in reference to the inclusion of female skaters in this year's game, and the fact that only the "classiest" players online will "utilize" them. More information on how YOU can become a Wifebeater below!
Building off of more than one year of continuous play, and three years overall, the CAG hockey team has high hopes for its 4th season. After winning its first two championships (back to back) in club history this past season, and placing in the game's highest division multiple times, the team is primed for a dominant run this coming year. Our final record saw us place over 100 games over .500 and we finally pushed our goals for average higher than our goals against average. Yes, we take the game seriously. Why? Because getting your ass kicked just isn't very fun. If you disagree, you're welcome to challenge us at any time.
Pro Finish - September 2011 / Pro Finish - October 2011 / Pro Finish - November 2011
Pro Champs - November 2011 / Amateur Champs - December 2011 / Pro Finish - January 2012
Pro Champs - January 2012
How We Play
This is a team for people who wish to compete at a high level and learn the correct way to play their position and hockey in general. Your play will be critiqued, and your contributions to the team will be evaluated. This is not to deride anyone for the way they play, but to improve the team and to give us a better chance of winning games and competing for a championship.
If you become a detriment to the team, there is a possiblity you could be cut. Not saying this to scare anybody off...but we're looking for smart, skilled, and committed players.
There are playoffs each month for the three divisions (Amateur, Pro, Elite), and the top five players at their preferred positions (six if we can ever find a reliable/consistent goalie) will be selected for the playoff roster based on statistics compiled during that month. Yes, there is sort of an "established" playoff roster from last year, but no one is untouchable or unwilling to step aside if they are outplayed in a given month. The spots are open for the taking. But it's up to each individual to earn them.
One thing that we strongly recommend is that you do not use the "Be a Pro" or "Action" camera types. While these angles can be exciting for single player modes, they do a poor job of showing you the ice and which teammates may be open (especially players behind you). Since we strive to play strong team hockey and get everyone involved, it makes sense to be able to see the entire zone as you play. The CAG team advises that you use the "Ice", "Classic", or even "Overhead" cameras.
When We Play
We have two official Hockey Nights each week. These fall on Tuesday and Friday, and usually start around 10 PM EST and end in the wee hours of the morning. These hockey nights can be filled with ranked games against other EASHL clubs, team practices to improve on basic skills and fundamentals, or even intrasquad games to compete against each other. There are also other random times throughout the week that we play, but Tuesday and Friday are the definite times you can find the team. If you'd like to play, please feel free to join us! If you'd like your information posted on the team roster, please see the "How to Sign Up" section below. See you on the ice!
Sortable Player Stats
*stats for FO%, OFF, Give and Take may be skewed due to the inclusion of drop-in games toward your total
December 2011/January 2012
How To Sign Up
Keep in mind, we have official weekly Hockey Nights on Tuesdays and Fridays from 10PM EST - UNTIL (usually 1-2AM EST), and do play other random times as well. The more time you put into the team, the better we'll be and the more you'll get out of it.
If you're interested in taking part in these fun and awesome community gatherings, just find the team in the game (search "BTR" or "Wifebeaterz"), and send a join request. And be sure to post in the thread and include the following information:
Number | CAG Name | XBL Gamertag | Skater Name | Preferred Position
Number | CAG Name | XBL Gamertag | Skater Name | Preferred Position | Hockey Card
#2 | Vulcan2422 | Vulcan7905 | Gary Gaga | Right D |
#9 | DestroVega | DestroVega | Don No Soul Simmons | Left Wing/Center |
#10 | KasterDB | KasterDB | Kieran Shaw | Anything, but prefer LD/RD
#21 | moojuice | moojuiced | Domingo Ayala | Left Field (more like left out, m i rite) |
#24 | DarkTower80 | DarkTower80 | Elite Banenr | Right Wing/Right Defenseman |
#37 l Matt Young l X Matt Young X l Matt Young l LD, but I'll try any spot
#39 | n8rockerasu | n8rocker82 | Pron Banner | Center/Left Defenseman/Left Wing |
#71 | jza1218 | statnut28 | Amatuer Banner | LW |
Inactive Roster (players who have not played in the past four weeks)
(It should be noted that we don't assign specific positions to people. Players are encouraged to learn multiple positions to maximize their value to the team and provide us with added flexibility. But stating your preferred position lets everyone know what you feel you're best at, not to mention, enjoy.)
2010-2011 CheapyD All Stars
2009-2010 CheapyD All Stars
2009-2010 Sex Panthers
2009-2010 Crotch Sharks
2008-2009 CAG Hockey Team
Coach Alan's Corner
CAG Hockey Breakdown Videos
Working the puck out of the corner:
Example of a good breakout play:
Getting The Most Out of Your Player
The following guide will show you how to best distribute your points and which boosts you should apply based on the cost of raising each attribute. Setting your player up wisely will give you an edge over the competition!
As you may or may not know, NHL 12 allows people to set their own custom playlists for in game events (team intros, goals, penalties, etc.). The great thing about this is you can stream the music from your computer and have the playlists pre-set. All you have to do is assign them to the specific events in game. You can find the pack here, along with full instructions on how to install it.
NHL 12 Soundpack
Edited by CAGLeagueSports, 11 December 2012 - 06:17 AM.