TBL Rosters v10.2 Released

We are pleased to announce that a new version of the TBL Rosters is now available for download on Steam. Subject to any show-stopping bugs or issues (apart from the Swedish issue mentioned below), this is likely to be the final release of the season as we now turn our attention to the 2018/19 update. As always, we are desperate for volunteers to help with the research. You can find further information about the research task HERE and you can volunteer to help out HERE.

Note that the Swedish leagues are still subject to an in-game crash due to scheduling after several seasons). The schedules for the leagues need to be significantly modified and this is something we will work on over the summer in readiness for TBL Rosters v11.0.

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  • Updated the teams in the Champions Hockey League (now with proper league name) and Continental Cup for the first season (the other seasons are hard-coded);
  • Edited the World Championships to have the correct teams;
  • Updated league structures for the top three Slovakian competitions, LNAH and the top two French competitions;
  • Updated the rosters of the SPHL and DEL;
  • Re-rated the Swedish SHL and Allsvenskan;
  • Adjusted ratings in the EIHL and NIHL;
  • Several prospects created worldwide and others re-rated
  • Set salary data for EIHL players;
  • Updated affiliations for UK teams;
  • Updated club data (e.g. player budgets) for EIHL teams;
  • Added Swedish player histories and histories from xECK29x’s v2.1db;
  • Imported NHL and UK histories posted in the Histories thread;
  • Various fixes from reports on the forum;
  • Corrected Dennis Seidenberg’s PA; and
  • Added Nikita Tryamkin’s rights.


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