Boulder City Oasis - Announcement
Season 10, Day 92
The Boulder City Oasis are pleased with their season and playoff run, despite losing to Long Beach in 4 games in the finals. The Mariners worked hard this season and deserved the cup. They were a difficult team to beat.
We would like to congratulate Antione Jubilee on leading the league in goals this season, with 17, setting a new Boulder city Oasis record for goals scored in a season. Previously, Tod Stensrud held that record with 12 goals in Season 2.
Furthermore, the Boulder city Oasis would like to wish Antione Jubilee well in his retirement, which he had announced earlier in the season. It is great to see his career come to a close on a high note despite not winning a cup. In fact, Boulder City's entire top line is retiring, which combined for 29 goals, 59 points and a +27 in 20 games this season. Dubbed "The Old Men" by media, the line was made up of Antione Jubilee on left wing, Floyd Nagele at Center and Alvaro Berga on Right Wing. The team's success this season was attributed to this line's experienced play. Thank you for your years of play with the Boulder City Oasis.

FrozenCherry Hockey - Happy New Year!
Season 9, Day 1
Happy New Year from FrozenCherry Hockey!

FrozenCherry Hockey - New Features
Season 9, Day 1
Player Nationalities! You may have noticed that team rosters now list a player's nationality next to his name, represented by that nation's flag. FrozenCherry Hockey is a completely fictional fantasy hockey simulation utilizing fictitious player names and teams. Therefore, care is always taken to create a plausible game world. For player nationalities, nations are represented in a way that recognizes the popularity of the sport of ice hockey in that country as well as other factors such as the country's population and the location of the league in which he will play. More on this below.
There are two new hockey leagues in the FrozenCherry hockey management game! The CPHL is a new North American fantasy hockey league with nine teams to start but rumors are that the league is looking to compete with the RPIHL for marketshare and is expected to add more teams in the seasons ahead. The CPHL is named after, and inspired by the creative imagination of artist Joseph Caylor. Almost all of the CPHL team logos are based upon his sketches and all of the CPHL teams were named by him.
Fantasy International Ice Hockey Begins! The World Ice Hockey Association (WIHA) will bring international fantasy hockey to FrozenCherry! 40 countries from around the world are currently represented with rosters that include players from the RPIHL, BMHL, SWHL and CPHL. Player skill is biased toward the countries in which ice hockey is most popular. Sweden will be tough to beat while South Korea is a good choice for a manager who is up for a challenege. Management of WIHA teams is currently granted by request only. If you are interested in managing a WIHL team in addition to your current team, please click on the "Home" tab and select the Email icon to contact me.
New 2 month format! Based on feedback, FrozenCherry will be switching to a format which plays each season in 2 months as opposed to the current 3 month format. 6 game seasons will pass each calendar year, allowing teams to evolve more quickly from a bottom of the barrel team to a cup winner while balancing retirements, entry drafts and wise trade decisions. Thank you for the feedback! Your continued support helps make FrozenCherry better every day.

Southwest Hockey League - Tucson Rattlesnakes win Season 7 SWHL Cup
Season 7, Day 73
The San Diego Sharks were swept by the Tucson Rattlesnakes, who took the SWHL Cup today. Rattlesnakes veteran goaltender Tom Engelken only allowed one goal in the series and had two shutouts versus San Diego. This was no easy feat! The San Diego Sharks have won the SWHL Cup 5 times in the SWHL's 7 season history and have consistently been the number one fan favorite over this time.

Southwest Hockey League - San Bernardino Saints Win Season 7 SWHL Season Title
Season 7, Day 67
The San Bernardino Saints have taken the SWHL season title with a 13-6-1 record for 27 points. They lead the league this season for least Goals Against, with only 41. Saints fans are excited for the first round playoff matchup against the team's California Division rival San Diego Sharks. The Sharks have won 5 SWHL cups and 2 season titles in the team's history but Saints fans are hopeful.

FrozenCherry Hockey - New Features
Season 7, Day 33
I'm very excited to announce the latest new feature to the FrozenCherry Fantasy Hockey Simulation Game... Player Statistics History Profiles! But that's not all! Player photos are back!
Player Statistics History can be accessed by simply clicking on the player's name as it appears in any team's Roster Page or Stats page. You may also click on the player's name on the League Stats page for Skaters or Goalies. This Statistics History is complete and accurate from Season 1 through to our current Season 7. This information is valuable in determining the optimum line setup for your team. The Line Editor can be accessed, among other management tools, from your team page after logging in.
Player Photos are back! They can be viewed in the Player Statistics History Profile upon clicking on a player's name as described above. I am currently adding more variety to the images for a wide range of facial expressions, skin tones, hair colors, eye colors and hair styles so think of this as a taste of what is to come. I would also like to thank all the members that have used the new Press Release Feature! Looks like a rivalry is brewing in the Southeast Division of the RPIHL!

FrozenCherry Hockey - New Feature
Season 7, Day 12
Teams can now post press releases! Log in and click the newspaper icon on your team page to access this new feature.

Boulder City Oasis - Announcement
Season 7, Day 11
The Boulder City Oasis missed the playoffs last season, despite higher expectations. The analysts have been much more cautious this season and given the Oasis a thumbs down for playoff hopes. It is the goal of the Oasis to turn our streak of bad luck around and return to the season title winning team we once were.

FrozenCherry Hockey - New Features
Season 5, Day 33
FrozenCherry Hockey is happy to announce the new Line Editor! Please sign in and open your team page to utilize this important tool. The icon looks like a puzzle piece. If you have forgotten your password, please contact James Romeo from the FrozenCherry main page so that your password can be reset!
A good line setup is vital to success in FrozenCherry Fantasy Hockey. In the simulation's first season, the Minneapolis Head Hunters were claimed by a new member toward the end of a horrible season. The member edited the lines for the team and with the new line combinations, was able to bring the team to the playoffs. Not only that, his team was also able to win the cup! The member attributed his success to his thoughtful line setup.
FrozenCherry Hockey is a fantasy hockey simulation that is designed to operate in an automated fashion for teams which are unclaimed or that are claimed by inactive members. Inactivity will result in account suspension for that member but by design, FrozenCherry Fantasy Hockey will continue all team operations by automation if there is no user input. Line setup will simply default to a computer generated configuration at the beginning of each season if you, as a member, do not edit your lines. Think of it as your Assistant General Manager lending a hand.

FrozenCherry Hockey - New Features
Season 4, Day 18
FrozenCherry Hockey has two important new features to announce. The first is a new Team Strategy selection that you can access on your team page after logging in. It allows you to choose a mild or aggressive strategy in a defensive or offensive direction. For balanced play, you may choose a neutral strategy as well. You may choose a new strategy against each opponent or leave it on your favorite strategy all season. The choice is yours!
The second new feature is Goalie Rotation due to Fatigue. In a league with an intense schedule, such as the RPIHL, goaltenders will become tired after playing ten or more days without rest. In a league with an easy schedule, such as the BMHL or SWHL, a goalie can play indefinitely. As a team's goaltender becomes fatigued, the backup goalie will relieve the primary goalie for 5-10 days until the primary goalie is fresh again.
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