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  1. Free F/D/G for upcoming tournaments As a goalie prefer elite/pro, and in other positions ready to play in any level and motivated to grind 😤 Backup role as any position player could also work. Team nationality doesnt matter either. For contact slide on dms at Twitter: @TAPPUU_ or Discord: Tappu#4778 😏
    64 points
  2. The NHL esports winter season brings some exciting times for our community. This winter, SportsGamer will host the first-ever 6v6 NHL Esports World Finals, where the reigning ECL '23 Winter Champion will be taking on the reigning North American Champion! Both the ECL '23 Winter season and the next NACL season will be played leading up to the World Finals, so the stakes are now higher than ever before. The first-ever 6v6 World Finals will take place on February 25th at Assembly Winter 2023 in Helsinki. This will be the first time in NHL esports history a European team faces off against a North American team in a live setting. History will be made and one team will gain the right to call themselves the 2023 NHL 6v6 World Champions. What is the ECL? The ECL is the pinnacle of European NHL esports - a league where all the best European NHL gamers compete against each other in both EASHL (6v6) and Online Versus (1v1) for European Championship League titles. ECL 6v6 currently features five divisions, so enjoyable games are guaranteed for everyone regardless of skill level and experience! What is the NACL? The NACL is our North American counterpart to our longest running league - the ECL. With two seasons of experience in the North American market in the rearview, we have taken a step back and evaluated our successes and shortcomings for a new and improved approach. NACL offers 6v6 competition for both Xbox and PlayStation teams in order to secure a possibility for everyone to participate. About SportsGamer SportsGamer is deeply rooted in the EA Sports NHL series and has built a strong community around the game. In recent years, the platform has branched out into other sports gaming titles, all the while staying true to its roots. Some of SportsGamer's most notable products include the European Championship League, and several national leagues revolving around the NHL game series. Stay tuned for announcements regarding our upcoming events in the next few weeks.
    59 points
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  4. Free LW for upcoming tournaments lol Contact me on twitter dm: jxrska :)
    57 points
  5. Hey Gamers, It's been great to see the active discussion around the ECL, and that really goes to show that our community is passionate about this matter. We're thankful for all the feedback we've gotten through comments and private messages, and your feedback is truly appreciated. We have been running the ECL since December 2015. I’ve personally been involved with the NHL community since I was 12 years old, creating (popular & free) mods for the PC version of the game 2000-2009 and later moving on to creating leagues and tournaments. In other words, I’ve been heavily involved with the NHL series for 25 years now. As my wife would tell me “all I want in life from you is to pay as much attention to me as you do your community”. That perhaps says something about my devotion to the game and what we do (and that I should schedule more date nights). It’s understandable that players and teams have gotten used to a certain standard during the past few years and it is easy to take something for granted that you’ve “always” had access to. For years we’ve - together as a community - pushed through some of the naysayers regarding what can be achieved with the competitive scene in this game. “Nobody wants to play on a lower level” was said before the introduction of divisions in the ECL. “Nobody will ever make money playing this game” has been thrown around for as long as I can remember. Sure - not many can fully support themselves playing NHL, but our goal has always been to support that dream, as well as develop a friendly environment where players of all skill levels can join to hone their skills. Some will play just for fun and others will make it their goal to reach the highest trophies and rewards. We’ve come a long way to enable both professionals and amateurs to reach their goals. This remains our mission. As we've stated before, monetizing SportsGamer operations has been a long time coming already. With the increased workload and growing ambitions, running an operation with the only source of income being outside investment is not sustainable. Furthermore, while we would very much like for SportsGamer to be a profitable operation, the truth is that we have been losing money for a long while now. For many years we have compensated what the ECL loses by working on other projects - while sometimes criticized for not only focusing on the ECL - to generate enough money to cover the losses, while not pocketing any of the cash ourselves. As the league and our ambitions grow (not to mention our skillsets and families), so does the risk involved with taking on these projects. How many are prepared to risk 50k on a free tournament? As for some of the calculations surrounding the ECL ’23 Winter season that have been going around, they fail to take into account a few key factors. Firstly, we are expecting a lower team amount for ECL '23 Winter, mainly due to migration to next-generation consoles. Secondly, none of the costs related to website upkeep and development, admin work, writing, broadcasting or hosting live events have been included in the calculations. This makes the bottom line look drastically different from what we are seeing at the end of the ECL year. We want to be transparent with our plans to grow and develop the ECL both on the ultra-competitive side, and the hobbyist side. We are committed to using 100% of the license fees into the ECL, including but not limited to prize pools, operations, broadcasts, live productions and promoting the league. Out of respect for the privacy of our creators, and because of several business reasons, I won’t be sharing the numbers for each category, but I have listed some of the main categories of costs of running the ECL. There are many other costs in running a business, but below I’ve focused purely on the direct costs of the ECL. Website and data hosting Equipment Software licenses Broadcasts Art Social media & YouTube Administrative work Prize Pool Trophies Live finals Web development Taxes Advertising Based on your feedback, we have decided to take the following measures: Each team can name up to 3 backup players (outside of the primary 6) that can help the team out and play up to 10 games without having to own the player license. The ECL ‘23 Player License can be purchased during the season if a backup wants to play more games than expected. ECL Neo will remain free to play, with no player license required to compete, however To uphold the integrity of ECL Neo as the beginner level, we reserve the right to deny teams to participate in cases where they are clearly above the amateur level, as it could significantly impact the experience of what ECL Neo is intended for. The ECL ‘23 Player License can be purchased by an ECL Neo player if they want to participate in ECL 1v1, benefit from the additional advantages that come with the license (more on this later), or simply as a form of supporting the league. An additional tier of prizing has been added to the ECL Core division to extend the number of prize winning teams from 8 to 16. Wishes to add better content for the ECL Lite and Core divisions will be addressed by improving the quality of articles and coverage. We will be following all licensed divisions closely in our channels and sharing coverage on our social media. If you would like to contribute to creating content for these divisions, please contact @jahajaha93. We have heard your concerns regarding the response time and efficiency regarding support and League Administrative (LA) cases. Therefore we are committing to the following for all paid levels of ECL: 24 hour response time for general support items and added coverage during gamedays between 17-22 CET to help address quick questions in a more efficient way. LA cases are handled within 2 business days. The suspension and verdict policy has been reworked to make quick decisions and in the case of suspensions, we will be handing out shorter suspensions quicker and longer suspensions are reserved to repeat offenders, which also can be handled quickly through this new policy. Finally, a brief comment on any outstanding prize payments that were mentioned in the discussion: We’ve previously reached out to all recipients of price payments per email from [email protected], and anyone who has taken the actions requested in this email has been paid. Please check your spam folder if you haven’t seen our email. If you can’t find the email and there is still something unresolved, please reach out to me by private message here on the forums, or Discord (Kenu#0001). On behalf of SportsGamer, Kenneth “Kenu” Lehtinen
    55 points
  6. Finally ECL is back, and so are we IN @Jondeezz from Hokurit @Rytze_ from GoldenNights @Tumpp1A from YMCA Esports @eissi83 from Sulkavan Sudet(/Otus?:3) OUT @xLeikku career break (?) @ripKeisari to Örebro Hockey @Johansson-37 to Örebro Hockey @juhkis96 to Otukset @Simbanho to Tohtorit @Esko-etikka to Bad to the Bone Thx to all the former players for their contributions, now it's time to turn a new page yet again twitter.com/hanaahc_
    52 points
  7. GIFU Hockey (Pro) Looking for LW for upcoming tournaments 🥺 Contact me here for tryouts
    52 points
  8. Free rd/ld for pro/elite, contact me here or psn. (I will also consider backup offers)
    50 points
  9. YMCA Esports In: @xColeslaww Out : @Tumpp1A
    48 points
  10. Tohtorit in: @Harlowi- @Simbanho 🧙‍♂️
    46 points
  11. Free D (C,RW) Pro/Elite Contact here or PSN: Tumpp1A
    44 points
  12. But is it really community dream? Or is it only the dream for the like top 5 elite teams who have the chance to get there. Feels like everyone else in elite, pro, lite, core and neo is paying unnecessarily much for making the «dream» of maybe the top 5 elite teams.
    42 points
  13. GIFU Hockey (Pro) Looking for a starting LW for upcoming ECL. Contact me here or on psn for tryouts.
    41 points
  14. This is about lower divisions: First comes product, after that you can charge what that product is worth. Currently the only product for Neo/Core/Lite is platform where schedule games and play some sort of competition - no more, no less. Should you charge for it - yes, why not? There will be demand. Should you charge 40eur per player (team and player license) - absolutely not. No surprise most of the community reacted this way as everyone is prepared to pay what they think it's worth for any product or service. The right route imho would be charging only fixed Team Participation Fee so then captain's can charge less or don't charge at all so called backup players. Everything else about "community dream" regarding world finals etc is only a wet dream for Pro-Gamers, but not roughly 80% of us who play this game for fun.
    41 points
  15. OTUKSET eSports ✨ (Pro) Went to Sulkava nyrkit pystyssä and inherited Sudet Pro and possible Elite quali spot. Now we are looking to add a LW & D to finalize our line-up! G for CapsGaming would also be nice. What we expect from you: - Availability to prac 3+ times a week - Experience from Pro/Elite - Com skills in FIN/ENG What we offer: - Love & companionship - Possibility to play with massive talents such as Juhkis96, Jamoyy, Jamechkin, Oxtotti & Empuuz_24 - Twitter fame If you're interested, hit me up on Discord @ Goodtobeatonttu #8970 or PSN
    39 points
  16. Free LW RW C (LD - RD) for now time in Project X ends , because at the end of the year I have to do some travel work and it complicates the team's schedules with other players' jobs 😔💔. I'm still looking for a starter position to playing if we can find flexible playing times. in some situations there is also a 50/50 or back up option. the division doesn't matter tzon93 Contact here or PSN
    39 points
  17. MEMENTO IN: @Jonetzky @Janzuh @ItzPoro @Duracellii @Toivonen_ @Hullued @Xx_Zetterberg40 ( Zetteri- ) Welcome to team boys 💯
    35 points
  18. Situations have changed so UP to this one. Left-handedness (RD/RW) is also possible, but it takes some time
    34 points
  19. Lots of news are here along with the new ECL season, as always - bigger and better than ever before. This season we will also be able to realize a long-time community dream by organizing the first ever 6v6 World Finals! The ECL is back, and this time we’re in for a wild ride, leading up to the World Finals! Yes, you read that right - this season, we’ll have our ECL ‘23 Winter Champion go head-to-head with the NACL Champion in a World Finals event live at Assembly Winter 2023 in Helsinki. The event hosted in Messukeskus of the Finnish capital is the same venue where so many legendary moments have taken place. FILADELPHIA hoisted the trophy to cap off the unbelievable IS Cup 3 Finals, whereas HAVU Gaming celebrated their FCL 2019 victory at the very same spot. Who will be the next team to hoist the trophy in Helsinki and are you ready to ramp things up to the next level? The ECL has established itself as the superior European NHL esports league and the objective is to continue solidifying that position with even bigger and better things in the future without forgetting our trademark quality. The new season ramps up the heat in several ways and we're extremely happy to announce a new record high prize pool of up to 28 000€ for only the Winter Season spread out across the divisions. Let’s also take a look at some of the other news our next season brings. Introducing ECL 1v1 The first and most visible change will be the introduction of the all new 1v1 European Championship League. This is the new 1v1 league to rule them all in the European market, with the ultimate prize being the 1v1 European Championship. The format is designed to follow the true and tested format of our national 1v1 competitions, and as this falls under the ECL umbrella, you can also expect big production and a hefty prize pool to go along with it. Changes to licenses The ECL has been on a steady growth trajectory over the past few years and we’re keen on continuing that trend. In order to help with that ambition, we will be introducing player licenses, and increasing team license fees for the upcoming ECL. The new ECL Player License will cost 20€ and allow for participation in both the ECL 6v6 and 1v1 leagues for the full ECL ‘23 year including both the ECL '23 Winter and Spring seasons. This license will grant you access to compete in the most prestigious and biggest competitive NHL esports league in Europe. An ECL season spans over the course of two to three months and guarantees a minimum of roughly 20 games of competition on the 6v6 side*, whereas the 1v1 league adds - at the very least - the opportunity to participate in four single-elimination qualifier events that are used to qualify the top 128 players that move forward to the group stage. Starting this ECL Winter season, ECL Neo will continue being available at no license fee for teams wishing to get a taste of competitive virtual hockey, whereas all other divisions are subject to a team license fee. The license is exponentially higher at higher levels of competition, given the increased spotlight and additional content around the divisions in question. Each team can name up to 3 backup players (outside of the primary 6) that can help the team out and play up to 10 games without having to own the player license. The ECL ‘23 Player License can be purchased during the season if a backup wants to play more games than expected. ECL Neo will remain free to play, with no player license required to compete, however To uphold the integrity of ECL Neo as the beginner level, we reserve the right to deny teams to participate in cases where they are clearly above the amateur level, as it could significantly impact the experience of what ECL Neo is intended for. The ECL ‘23 Player License can be purchased by an ECL Neo player if they want to participate in ECL 1v1, benefit from the additional advantages that come with the license (more on this later), or simply as a form of supporting the league. License fees will be allocated to fund prize pools and developing operations, such as our broadcasts, live productions and promoting the league. *Based on the minimum amount of games played in a starting role in the ECL '22 Spring: Core regular season. ECL Legacy for PlayStation 4 As the ECL is moving over to new generation consoles, we realize that a number of teams have still chosen to continue playing on the previous generation. In order to satisfy their need for competitive action, we will be hosting an ECL Legacy league that will be based on our ECL ruleset. ECL Legacy will be open for all PlayStation 4 teams, only requiring a player license. Taking the next steps for the ECL into a more professional direction has been a long time coming already, and it has been an inevitable step to take in our journey to developing the league and platform as a whole. The league has been active since 2015 and ran without profit every season. Since the start, we’ve grown from a 50 team single division into a five division league with around 300 active teams, which has led to the requirements of the team increasing. These changes allow us to focus on core operations and develop even further, with the first step being the all new ECL 1v1. The ECL is the pinnacle of European NHL esports - a league where all the best European NHL gamers compete against each other in both EASHL (6v6) and Online Versus (1v1) for the European Championship title. ECL 6v6 currently features five divisions, so action is guaranteed for everyone regardless of skill level and experience! Basic information/requirements of ECL: Regional restrictions: ECL is a European tournament format, however, we do not necessarily exclude players located in North America or Asia. A European server will always be used. In case of severe connection issues, we reserve the right to exclude teams or players. Individual requirements: Each player needs to have an account at SportsGamer.GG and create their personal player card. ECL licenses: Teams in ECL Elite & ECL Pro, ECL Lite and ECL Core will require their respective ECL ‘23 Winter team licenses in order to play. In addition, every player needs to have a valid ECL ‘23 Winter Player License before taking the ice. Rules: The ECL ‘23 Winter ruleset will follow the same foundation as the previous season. The updated rulebook will be available before the season. The divisions framework for the ECL ‘23 season will follow the same logic as for previous seasons. We will have a total of five divisions with the following team allocation: Elite 16 teams, Pro 32 teams, Lite 64 teams, Core 128 teams and Neo 32+ teams. Please refer to this ECL Ranking in order to understand which teams are eligible to sign up for each division. Wildcard teams: 14.-19.11.2022 ⚠️ ECL Lite Qualifier: 14.-22.11.2022 ⚠️ ECL Pro Qualifier: 14.-22.11.2022 ⚠️ ECL Neo: 14.11.-8.12.2022 ECL Core: 14.11.-8.12.2022 ECL Lite: 14.-30.11.2022 ECL Pro: 14.-30.11.2022 ECL Elite: 14.-30.11.2022 *Signups will close at 23:59 CET on the last day mentioned unless otherwise specified. Schedule Qualifiers: 24.11-7.12.2022 ⚠️ Season duration: 11.12.2022-1.3.2023 Signups are open right now, so now is time to brace for that final push in building your teams! Get your team together and sign up for the biggest event of the year! For our North American members who are eagerly waiting for the NACL announcement, we can reveal that it is in the works and will be dropping within the coming days. Read more about specific division schedules, prize pools and more: ECL '23 Winter Wildcard ECL '23 Winter Lite & Pro Qualifiers ECL '23 Winter Neo ECL '23 Winter Core ECL '23 Winter Lite ECL '23 Winter Pro ECL '23 Winter Elite ECL '23 Winter 1v1 Purchase Licenses Don't have a team yet? Team looking for additions to your roster? If you are a free agent looking to be picked up, please head over here. If you are representing a team looking for players, please head over here. Did your team sign with an organization that is represented in the game and needs in-game unlocks? Fill in this form. (Only if your organization has unlockables available in NHL 23)
    33 points
  20. ÖREBRO HOCKEY IN: @ripKeisari & @suitsukemestari Tervetuloa! 🔴⚫⚪
    33 points
  21. Örebro Hockey We are looking for starting G. If you have pro or even elite experience it is a big plus. This is not a demand, if we feel like you are the right suit for us. If this sounds interesting contact one of us on discord: Suth98_#8558, Snus97_#8533 or Henka0009#8742.
    33 points
  22. Free lw/ld for ecl. With kids and wife my motivation and time for practice is not so High. So if you are a team that wants to practice everyday im not your guy but if you want a guy that loves to compete when its ecl and its ok with that I dont practice so much then write. I still think i can compete in a high level so i search for pro teams but lite teams are also welcome to write. Sorry my bad english 🤣
    33 points
  23. ÖREBRO HOCKEY IN: @Rimpe Tervetuloa Timi! 🔴⚫⚪
    32 points
  24. Free Ld/Rd for upcoming tournaments🤟 Elite/Pro Contact here or psn: Jalkkin-
    31 points
  25. Free RW PSN ToikkaaZ https://sportsgamer.gg/players/2568#nhl
    31 points
  26. Free RW/C Elite or top Pro level. Backup is fine too🤝 Contact here, psn or instagram dms
    30 points
  27. This is ridiculous. I’ve been around since 09, participating in most of the tournaments, ups and downs. Been fortunate enough to play at the highest level, competing with the very best and at the same time surrounded by wonderful team mates in Synergy Hockey trough most of the seasons. That will come to an end personally if these new changes are here to stay. ECL has always been what keeps me at least somewhat motivated, even if the game itself sucks. It’s worth the grind in EASHL when you got ECL coming. But paying money to be able to participate? And not even by choice, even in the lower divisions, absolutely baffling decision. I won’t do it, I could, but I won’t. very disappointing news. My opinion, I don’t care what anyone makes of it.
    30 points
  28. Still free, I can also play and have a lot of experience with LW/C, but in general I can play any position if the team is right fit. I'm looking for pro/elite teams with a competitive mindset. Contact anywhere!
    30 points
  29. Örebro Hockey (former Skutebrygga) We are looking for starting LW. The most important thing is that you are relatively active. If you have pro or even elite experience it is a big plus. This is not a demand, if we feel like you are the right suit for us. If this sounds interesting contact us here or on discord: Suth98_#8558, Snus97_#8533 or Henka0009#8742.
    30 points
  30. Update* my work situation changed. I don't have to go trip Work . so I can play at normal times lw c rw (ld - rd) tzon93 contact here or psn
    29 points
  31. Valco (Pro) Etsitään VP/ we are looking for LD Valco etsii avauskokoonpanoon rightin-kätistä kiekollista vasenta puolustajaa, jolla kokemusta vähintään Lite-sarjasta. Yhteydenotto psn: itspardytime tai Tykylevits Team Valco is searching for a right-handed LD for opening roster. Minimum Lite experience required. Contact psn: itspardytime or Tykylevits
    27 points
  32. Free LD or C contact here or psn: ItzPoro
    27 points
  33. I think it’s good that the players in the lower divisions provide income for players in Elite who might not have jobs etc. to get consistent income otherwise.
    27 points
  34. Man. As a fellow old-timer, I'm glad to have you around to this day. In fact, I consider you a kind of scene legend. I mean, you were trolling these conversations literally before some of the players today were even born. At the same time, I can't help but wonder. Over all these years, I don't remember seeing you make one comment where you didn't try to get a rise out of people. You've made a lot of comments and I'm sure some of your more constructive messages are just slipping my mind right now, but that's only because they're drowned out by the overwhelming barrage of confrontational posts. It's just strange to me that you would bother keeping that up year in, year out. I am aware that unlike me, you actually have a life, which just makes it all the more baffling.
    27 points
  35. We have players who support the idea that there’s some fees, players who pay whatever it cost and players who want to play only for free. The jump from free to +50€ was just too big at once and its a huge risk that ECL is going to shrink, a lot. Most or some of us play just for fun and ECL is "just" supplemental, not the goal. I'm curious what sportsgamer has thought about backup players. Why anyone wants to join in a team for backup role and pay for that, no one. So other active players have to pay also the backup players fees, otherwise the roster stays short. These comments about kenus Ferrari and how much sportsgamer is making money for all this is lame. You cannot calculate “fees minus prize pool money equals profit”, how about taxes, servers, website updates, stream staff and contents, game schedule / problem solving, marketing, staff, management etc.. But still, I don’t support the idea for these big fees especially if the prize pool money is what SP is heading to, because it will shrink our communitie and teams / player’s amount. In my opinion, I support the idea for some kind of players licenses (max.20€) and prize pool money is voluntary. Pro and Elite fees and licenses are different story.
    27 points
  36. Nemesis (PRO) Looking for 1-2 backup player to finish our lineup for upcoming ECL. If you handle multiple positions it’s big +, but our starter players is flexible so it’s not must. Contact me here, psn (Naatti__) or discord Naatti__#2064 if you are interested.
    25 points
  37. Also the timing for these increased fees could have been better. First of all everyone had to buy PS5's, then of course the game and now the increased team licenses plus the player licenses. That's a lot of money. I really understand the frustration of the lower divisions especially compared to the price pool. This also affects us who play Pro. Now "only" the top 8 get something back. For most I don't think it's about that players can't afford to pay the fees, but it's a matter of principles. Maybe sportsgamer could consider to be more open to the comminity about where the money will be used for? We all do understand there are expenses, but the lack of information causes the amount of negativity atm.. "Se oli tonnin seteli".. Tonni
    25 points
  38. Free forward or defender, can play any position team needs. I'm very active and I expect team to be too. Aiming at Pro currently but can listen to other offers. Contact here or PSN ALMN3SYA https://sportsgamer.gg/players/6115#nhl
    25 points
  39. Still open C position. Contact here, Discord or PSN.
    25 points
  40. Free for next ECL. C / LD Contact here🥲
    24 points
  41. The day Sportsgamer takes a fee from all players. Is the day when everybody in the community can demand that Sportsgamer also starts acting like a professional organization/company. Asking for 40€ á player is alot of money even tho most of us or all of us can afford it. Its absolutely madness that most of the money goes to the higher tier. When most of the money comes from lower Ts. An example of not acting like a professional organization is to drop this kind of info a week before signup ends. Also there should be other benefits like staff should add played games or build a better api. If you pay for a product it should work better. Support/LA cases should be investigsted and solved in a few hours not in days/weeks. Core, Lite, Pro and Elite should all have broadcasts and all what comes around when a team and all the players in the team pay to play. Just some examples.....
    24 points
  42. Free RD for upcoming tournaments prefer pro/top lite but i am open minded for all offers 😎 if interest, contact me here or psn: KinQjuusto
    24 points
  43. ÖREBRO HOCKEY IN: @Johansson-37 Welcome to the team! 🔴⚫⚪
    24 points
  44. Things have happened and we are now looking for preferably starter RD. LD can also work.
    24 points
  45. 🔎 RoKi Esports 🔍 We are looking LW for the upcoming tournaments We expect from you: - Activity - Good sense of humor - Competitive mindset - You're team-player - Mature behavior & manners Contact me here or PSN: Tecena Discord: Tecena#5713
    24 points
  46. Together with our community, we want to continue developing the ECL and this platform as a whole. The league has been active since 2015 and ran without profit every season. Since the start, we’ve grown from a 50 team single division into a five division league with around 300 active teams, which has led to the requirements of the team increasing. These changes allow us to focus on core operations and develop even further. This year, we have decided to make one of our community dreams come true with the World Finals. This is a substantial investment from our side, but we feel like now is the time to make that happen. It's understandable how it may appear on surface level like all of the costs are related to prize money. What is less apparent is the amount of work that goes on behind the scenes. When speaking about pure administrative work, the lower divisions take exponentially more effort to run, while Pro and Elite tend to operate more smoothly due to the experience of the teams and players in these divisions, and the lower number of teams involved.
    23 points
  47. Free C/RW for upcoming tournaments contact me here or psn VaIee__ https://sportsgamer.gg/players/8328#nhl
    23 points
  48. Six Sticks Misfits (lite) looking for backup player to fill our roster. If you can play in multiple positions and you are used to use both handeness, it's big plus. We have players from several countries so we use english for communication. If you are interested to come test with us, you can contact Lamsa or SelanneFIN here or in psn.
    23 points
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