Luc Wolfe

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About Luc Wolfe

  • Rank
    The Commissioner
  • Birthday 09/23/1986

Online Gaming Information

  • Xbox gametag Luc Wolfe
  • PSN ID lucwolfe
  • WSHL Team Moscow Red Czars

About Me

  • Favourite Team Ottawa Senators
  • Most Hated Team Montreal Canadiens
  • Favourite Player Daniel Alfredsson
  • Favourite Goalie Patrick Lalime

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  • Website URL http://www.crasthenet.ca
  • Name Luc
  • MSN wolfe_luc@hotmail.com
  • AIM SensWolfe
  • Yahoo crashthenetcommunity@yahoo.com
  • Skype crashthenet.ca
  • Raptr Account ID crashthenet

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  • Location Ottawa, Ontario
  • Gender Male
  • Interests Family ( wife & kids)
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    Laughter,
    Joy,
    Outdoors,
    Sports,
    Hockey Video Games

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  1. Sens trade for Pylon

    I think Ottawa has the best Defense its in own division now, Phaneuf will be over shadowed by Karlsson and no media pressure. I think its a win shot term at least for the sens.
  2. human vs cpu and I suppose as a sim as well. He's playing with a ps4 controller
  3. Need For Speed Most Wanted FREE

    Thanks for the Share Dan, I'll download it tonight!
  4. The region of Ottawa, is looking to bring its downtown area more lively with building new facilities on land the federal goverment put a hold on, now that the buy is over the land is now up for bid with 2 groups willing to bring excitement to Ottawa, here are both submission(s) RendezVous LeBreton DCDLS   Here are images of both submissions RendezVous LeBreton DCDLS    
  5. DJ Neo is working on a simulator to bring the last 2K Sports Hockey game to the PC format, it's still a WII version but he made some great improvements, You can follow DJ Neo on his facebook community by clicking here.   Here are some of his features as per his facebook account: 2K HOCKEY SIMULATOR early access, the Nhl 2k11 pc mod by djneo coming Feb 26 2016 as a free downolad for hockey fans to enjoy! The key features for full release: Completely retextured Nba 2k base engine with accurate 4k ready textures. New menu and fonts in 4k resolution Updated authentic color accurate lightning for each arena. Updated gear Authentic goalies masks Real life referees Realistic ice surface and boards with real life brands. Authentic puck Hockey night in Canada scoreboards logo and graphics. Photorealistic HDR post FX filters Easy "copy-paste" files sharing for settings, sliders, rosters and custom players. Pre-mapped ready to use PS4 and Xbox controllers. Re-tuned speed of ingame animations to make the gameplay even more realistic and smooth. Easy "drag and drop" mod instalation. Accurate rosters incl. players faces and jerseys for NHL, IIHF (Olympic/national) and historic teams. Olympic and Winter classic arena. Online play probably possible, lets see what future brings.. Keep the great work Dennis!     here's another video of his update:      
  6. take some notes EA

    wasnt that like 2 years ago, and that was 4 years after they stop making hockey games?
  7. take some notes EA

    you were crapping on 2k when they had a game that it was brutal and now you like them?
  8. EA removes Kane from 'NHL 16' cover

    this just in! Patrick Kane is back on the cover!
  9. PS EASHL Club Looking for Goalie!

    2 more!
  10. WASHINGTON - In need of centre depth, the Washington Capitals agreed to a $1 million, one-year deal with two-time Stanley Cup winner Mike Richards on Wednesday. Richards had been a free agent after a tumultuous off-season. He was arrested at a Canadian border crossing in June and charged with possession of a controlled substance, and the Los Angeles Kings bought out the remaining five years of his contract. The Capitals said Richards met with the NHL earlier in the day and was given clearance to resume his career immediately. Washington visits the New York Islanders on Thursday night, and Richards is scheduled to speak to reporters at Barclays Center prior to the game. Richards had been skating with his former junior team in Kitchener, Ontario, to stay in shape while not playing games. His legal situation is still pending in the province of Manitoba. Kings general manager Dean Lombardi said that having a strong organization in place and people around Richards who know his situation will help the 30-year-old. "I think now that everything's out in the open and the team can work with him without things being hidden, I think he's got a great shot," Lombardi said on a conference call. "This is a great opportunity for him. ... I think he's got a great chance, and I'll be pulling for him now that hopefully he gets through all those issues. But I think he's got a great chance when the people who are with him every day can now work with him and help him instead of being kept in the dark." In his career with the Philadelphia Flyers and Kings, the Kenora, Ontario, player has 179 goals and 303 assists in 710 regular-season games. He won the Cup with the Kings in 2012 and 2014 and won a gold medal with Canada at the 2010 Vancouver Olympics. Lombardi, who acquired Richards in 2011 and bought him out last summer, credited him with setting the tempo in the Kings' first playoff series on the way to the Cup in 2012. The Capitals also signed former Los Angeles winger Justin Williams in the off-season. The Capitals have an All-Star centre in Nicklas Backstrom but wanted to add some more help down the middle in light of an injury to Jay Beagle. The team said Beagle had hand surgery last week and was expected to be out six weeks. Washington coach Barry Trotz put Marcus Johansson at centre in Beagle's absence but said earlier in the week the organization would look at all possible options to fill the void. The Capitals lead the NHL with 61 points in 39 games. --------------------------------------------- This could be very good for Washington!
  11. LOS ANGELES, Calif. - Vincent Lecavalier is ready for one last run at the Stanley Cup, and the Los Angeles Kings are giving him a chance. The Kings acquired Lecavalier and defenceman Luke Schenn from the Philadelphia Flyers on Wednesday in a trade for centre Jordan Weal and a third-round pick. After playing sparingly for the Flyers over the past two seasons, the 35-year-old Lecavalier plans to end his 17-year NHL career this summer, according to Kings general manager Dean Lombardi. But the once-dominant centre hopes to go out with a deep post-season run, and the Pacific Division-leading Kings are prime contenders for their third Stanley Cup in five years. "Vinny, at this stage of his career, it's all about getting one last chance to win it all," Kings general manager Dean Lombardi said. "I think he's hungry, and given his mindset, I think it's a potentially great fit in his role." Lecavalier has been a healthy scratch for much of the season, appearing in just seven games while his career apparently wound down with the struggling Flyers. Yet he also is a former Richard Trophy winner as the NHL's top goal-scorer and a 108-point scorer who won the Stanley Cup with Tampa Bay in 2004. He'll have a chance to fill a significant role down the middle with the veteran Kings (25-12-2), who are in first place in the division and second place in the Western Conference. "There's nothing better than to be on a team that's been there," Lecavalier said in a phone interview conducted by the Kings. "If you look at the standings and where they are right now, they're obviously playing some great hockey. I know the Kings have high expectations for the players, and I love that. ... Just to be a part of that, it's very exciting." Lombardi said the Kings couldn't have made the deal without Lecavalier's assurance that he plans to retire this summer. Lecavalier has two years left on his contract, and Los Angeles needs the salary cap room to sign several key players for next season, including star centre Anze Kopitar. "We could give him what he wanted, which is a serious shot at going out as a winner, but we could not make that commitment going forward," Lombardi said. "It kind of fit where he was with his career and his life." Lombardi confirmed the Flyers will pay 50 per cent of the salaries for both Lecavalier and Schenn, clearing up their own cap space in the process. Los Angeles won the Stanley Cup in 2012 and 2014, and coach Darryl Sutter's club has rebounded impressively this season after missing the playoffs last spring. The Kings have a history of getting revitalized efforts from veteran forwards, including Jeff Carter to Marian Gaborik, during their championship runs. Lecavalier, who scored at least 20 goals in 13 of his first 15 NHL seasons, has 932 points in 1,170 regular-season games with the Lightning and the Flyers, who signed him as a free agent in 2013 after 14 seasons with Tampa Bay. The Lightning's No. 1 overall pick in 1998 scored a modest 37 points in his first season with Philadelphia, but has just 21 points while playing in only 64 games since. Lecavalier signed with the Flyers partly for the chance to play in the system of coach Peter Laviolette, who was abruptly fired three games into Lecavalier's first season. Although Lecavalier contributed to a playoff run in 2014, he was a healthy scratch for the first time in his career on Dec. 2, 2014, and his fortunes never recovered in Philadelphia. Schenn, who has two goals and three assists for the Flyers, will be an unrestricted free agent this summer, but his right-handed shot could fit in well on Los Angeles' blue line. He is the older brother of Philadelphia forward Brayden Schenn, traded from Los Angeles to the Flyers in 2011 in a deal for Mike Richards. Lombardi also confirmed veteran defenceman Matt Greene is out for the season after undergoing shoulder surgery early last month, and he expects Schenn to provide some of the toughness lacking in Greene's absence. The 23-year-old Weal is scoreless in games with the Kings this season, making his NHL debut in October. Los Angeles assigned defenceman Derek Forbort to its AHL affiliate in Ontario to make room for the newcomers. ----------------------------- I knew he wanted to play, but didn't though he was ready to retire...
  12. NASHVILLE, Tenn. - The Nashville Predators traded defenceman Seth Jones to the Columbus Blue Jackets for centre Ryan Johansen on Wednesday, giving up a young piece of their defence in search of some more offence. "Ryan is a big, young centre that can score, set up goals, win faceoffs," general manager David Poile said. "He's a No. 1 centre who is still growing his game and has the size and skill that we have been looking for to match up with the best in the league." Johansen, 23, played in every game for Columbus the past two seasons, and the 6-foot-3, 218-pound centre from Vancouver, British Columbia, had six goals and 20 assists in 38 games this season. He has 79 goals and 114 assists in 309 career games and was the fourth overall pick in the 2010 draft. Jones, 21, was the fourth overall pick in the 2013 draft, and the right-handed 6-foot-3 defenceman has played 40 games for Nashville this season with one goal and 10 assists. Johansen also has a 51.8 per cent success rate on faceoffs, including 52 per cent this season. That puts him in the top 10 among players with at least 400 draws. Nashville leads the NHL with goals by defenceman thanks to captain Shea Weber and Roman Josi, and the Predators ranked second only to Dallas for most points by a defensive corps going into Tuesday night with 99 points. But Nashville is 9-13-3 when outshooting opponents this season with their latest loss Tuesday night, a 4-1 decision to Winnipeg after outshooting the Jets 44-18. -------------------------- They're you have it the biggest trade so far of the 2015-2016 season!
  13. I'd take Greeba back!
  14. Jared Cowen has a heavy contract and is over rated. ... do it Montreal!