Power Forwards are physical players that use their strength to crash the net and make it difficult for the opposing defensemen and goalie. Don’t expect them to play defense.
Playmakers create plays by looking to pass the puck to their teammates to create scoring chances. Don’t expect them to play physical as their strengths are in their passing skill.
Snipers have the best shot in the game. They score from prime scoring locations when others feed them the puck. Don’t expect them to play physical or play defense.
Two-Way Forwards are balanced offensively and defensively and are players that win puck battles to create turnovers which help their team transition from defense to offense. Don’t expect them to play physical.
Enforcers are physical players that use their strength to throw body checks which create space for teammates. They are known to drop the gloves to help energize the team. Don’t expect them to contribute offensively.
Danglers are the most shifty and creative players on the ice. They can deke around defending players to create space for themselves and teammates. Don’t expect them to play physical or play defense.
It's been awhile since I made an update. I can rejoice with the Playmaker class!
I'm hitting a hard reset on the Chelculator. Why? Because the first iteration was only calculating based on default weights. Now, we're good!
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