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Sites Run By GMs and Friends of CEHL

CEHL 2016 Draft Order - The Semelman Press
Dirty Dangle - A hockey site by Mark Mead
KatsHockey - A twitter feed by Gus Katsaros

Other Leagues

SLHL - STHS Sim League run by Skwid
SOHL - FHL Sim League run by Steve Laundrie

Special Mentions

CEHL Rap - Written and performed by Cory Williams
CEHL Rap 2 - Written and performed by Cory and Ryan
Player Claim Rap - Written and performed by Cory Williams
CEHL Oilers Blog - Written by Andy Bradley

Season 25 All-Star Game

Coming to you from sunny Vancouver.

The game was dominated by the Eastern conference line of Johnny Gaudreau with Kyle Okposo between Shawn Lawrence fan club president, Evgeni Malkin. Malkin led the way with 2 goals and 2 assists, followed up by Johnny Hockey with 1 goal and 3 assists. Kyle Okposo also assisted on 3 goals scored by the line.

There are many reasons to question the performance of the Western conference all-stars in this contest. Let's start with the goaltending. Corey Crawford allowed 5 goals and was pulled for John Gibson who was beat 3 times. Crosby was the top Western scorer with a goal and an assist. He really didn't get much help from his talented teammates.

The Commisioner got drunk after the game and attempted to tell a story that involved Brodie Ellis, Hockeyville and spray cheese, but it was never completed. Grant Semelman was reported dead but then it just turned out to be fake news started by a rival GM. Suspicions point to San Jose GM Greg Markham, who is known to frequent both pizza shops and dive bars with Russian connections throughout Southern Ontario.

Here's the OLD GM Editor and GM Editor v1.5beta 2. You'll need v1.5beta to edit your rosters and lines.
The league files must be in the same directory as the GM Editor in order to edit your lines.