Beaviss: The Victory Hockey League (VHL) is an online, browser-based hockey simulation forum. After signing up on the forum, creating and customizing your player is simple - you have almost total control over the type of player you want to have, and you will go through the entire career process, complete with drafts, a minor league, waivers, free agency, trades, and more.
To progress and grow your player, you can do a variety of things each week to earn points, including writing short articles, doing graphics, recording podcasts, or even creating short videos. There's lots of options to accommodate every user regardless of how much time you choose to invest in your player.
The VHL has been running for over 11 real-life years and is entirely free to join and play in. We aren't selling anyone anything, we just hope to have you as part of our growing community.
Get your career started today at http://vhlforum.com! 2 weeks, 3 days ago | Duncan Royals
SteveRousseau: Quel avenir pour Mcquiggan?
Le capitaine des Stormz est maintenant age de 32 ans et son contrat viendra a échéance dans 3 saisons. Deja comparer a Frederik Villansenor, Mcquiggan n'a jamais été capable de répondre aux attentes de lorganisation ne cumulant que 724 points en 884 matchs.
Avec un salaire de 7,5 millions par année, plusieurs pense qu'il ne terminera pas sa carrière avec les Stormz 1 month, 1 week ago | Stormz
SteveRousseau: Vandusen s'amène avec les Stormz avec un rôle bien précis
Les Stormz ont procédés à une transaction aujourd'hui en échangeant leurs choix de troisième ronde contre deux espoirs de bas fond et Joe Vandusen
Vandusen en est a sa deuxième saison d'éligibilité en MHL mais il fait sa route dans les mineurs depuis étant dans une équipe de Ligue 5.
Son mandat sera bien différent avec les Stormz car il risque de ce retrouver comme 6 ème et 7 ème défenseur. 1 month, 1 week ago | Stormz
SteveRousseau: Balasco s'amène avec le Stormz
Le DG des Stormz a fait son premier mouvement de personnel de l'année. Le gardien partant Duane Smirnov a prit le route de Québec tandis que Brock Balasco rejoint les Stormz. 1 month, 1 week ago | Stormz
SteveRousseau: Une brigade forte en expérience
Cette année nous aurons l'occasion de voir à l'oeuvre la brigade des défensives des Stormz qui est composer de 5 défenseurs réguliers qui n'ont jamais porter un autre chandail que celui du bleu et blanc.
Plus précisément elle sera composer de:
Krugel (609 matchs)
Jahns (884 matchs)
Vacheri (431 machs)
Azocar (331 matchs) 1 month, 1 week ago | Stormz
SteveRousseau: Personnel d'entraineur pour la prochaine saison
Les Stormz ont annoncer l'équipe d'entraîneur pour la prochaine saison qui approche a grand pas
HC: Mark Gullatte
OC: Gilbert Chappelaer
DC: Joe Gatsby 1 month, 1 week ago | Stormz
Curtis Tierce announced his plans to retire at the end of the next season of the Hesston Larks hockey club, and in return he earned a promotion.
“This is unexpected and kind of nuts, but I am pretty honored,” Tierce said.
Friday Tierce was announced as the next head coach of the Larks.
Tierce has coached in MetroHo for 24 years. This will be year 25. Up to now, he has been an assistant coach dedicated to offense.
“Curtis was one our first hires when we started 15 seasons ago,” said Hesston92, owner and general manager of the Larks. “He has been incredible, in my opinion, the entire length of his tenure. Like fine wine, he was gotten better and better with age.”
Hesston92 said after evaluating the market for possible head coaches, handing the keys to Tierce “just made sense.”
“We looked at candidates from all over. We looked at former players. In the end, with where the club is at this time financially and with player development, it makes sense to give Tierce a chance to be a head coach — even if he only serves for one year.”
Tierce has made it clear he intends on only coaching that one year.
The Larks announced the hiring of Duane Stooksbury as an offensive coach. Stooksbury comes to the Larks with 10 years experience as a offensive coach. 1 month, 2 weeks ago | Hesston Larks
Close watchers of the transactions wire for the Hesston Larks noticed something last night — that top line forward Oleg Strater was sent to the farm and placed on waivers.
"We're working at restructuring this team right now," said general manager Hesston92. "We're in the off season, meaning there is no risk of losing (Strater) to another team if things we are working on do not pan out."
Strater, a sniper, played one season for the Larks — appearing in 72 games and scoring 28 goals to go with 33 assists.
"I'm not overly happy with that," Strater said. "But it is what it is. I'm not very excited about being on waivers or possibly being waved around as trade bait, but this is the business we are in. I want to be back in Hesston, and I want to show them all I can do. 1 month, 2 weeks ago | Hesston Larks
hesston92: With their backs against the wall, the Hesston Larks needed someone to step up with a big game to keep the team’s playoff dreams alive.
Down 3-2 in a best-of-seven series, the Larks looked to net minder Chris Hind for leadership — and the veteran responded with one his best playoff performances ever. Hind made 23 saves and collected first-star honors in a 3-0 Lark victory.
“We needed this, and I needed to be at my best for the team,” Hind said. “We knew we needed to force a game seven against these guys. Every game against the SJs this year has been a battle.”
The shutout is just Hind’s second career shutout in the playoffs. He has appeared in 15 playoff games, six of those this season.
Milford Pelis was named second star after a two point performance — the forward collected both a goal and an assist. Third star Richard Been collected two assists, both in the second period.
The series, now tied 3-3, goes back to the SJ’s home ice.
“This is the ultimate game seven, really,” said Bradley Milonas, coach of the Larks. “In the regular season we split the series 4-4.” 3 months, 2 weeks ago | Hesston Larks
DavidTheDrummer: Congratulations to Metalloids' captain Nikolai Puhuyaoma on playing his 1000th game with the team. Originally drafted with the 6th overall pick, Puhuyaoma has spent his entire career with the Metalloids. Over the course of his career, he became the team's all-time leading scorer. He has also earned the status of arguably the best captain in franchise history, captaining the team during 12 seasons, and earning 2 Leader's Torch awards in the process. His biggest achievements are without a doubt the 2 Metro Cups he captured with the team. With all of these milestones, it is without question that #75 will one day be hanging from the rafters at the IOC Centre. 3 months, 2 weeks ago | CSI Metalloids
METROHO is a browser-based multiplayer hockey game that combines an interactive hockey simulator with an engaging web community. In METROHO, you own, manage, and coach your own team. The advantage METROHO offers is enough statistics and features to make the game all that it should be, without any overwhelming complications. [Screenshots]
Key Features Include:
Ability to play games manually.
You start off by creating your own team which will consist of 15 forwards, 8 defensemen, and 3 goalies, each with their own age and skill level. Next, you sign these players and other free agents to your team while staying under the $65 Million salary cap. Once you're ready, join a league.
Public Leagues consist of 10 teams in a season that lasts 20 days. Your team will play each of the league's other teams 8 times for a season total of 72 games. Half the games will be played at home, while the rest will be played on the road. The advantage of home games is that you can manually start the game any time during its scheduled day. This is a key feature of METROHO, as during a home game simulation, you can select the lines you want for each round.
If you can't find a league you like, you can create your own league of 10 or 15 teams. Leagues can even be made private so that only your friends can join!
The top 8 teams in a league's standings, after the season is over, advance to the playoffs, following a one day hiatus. Playoffs involve three series with each series being a best of 3, 5, or 7 (depending on your league's settings) to determine the league's champion. Playoffs last nine days. This means that once your team joins a league, the league's season and playoffs will last a grand total of 30 days.
Competition is fierce as there are both team and player awards to be won, not to mention the bragging rights that go with a large fan base. All teams start off in Level One and strive for promotion into higher level leagues which feature progressively bigger trophies.