1. The High School Reunion Organizer This owner is really fun to be around. They cultivate a fun atmosphere in the locker room and are a great person to talk to. However, they run their team like every season is a high school reunion. They bid on the same players every season and are bound to overpay some guys just because of the emotional attachment. This owner often has a pattern when it comes to the players they like. When a player is no longer available they just replace them with a carbon copy of said player. However, they don’t have any bad intentions and get satisfaction out of seeing their players move on to bigger and greater things. 2. The TC with no experience This owner has a grand total of 10 LG games to his name and 8 of those are red and blue games. They normally would have struggled to get on a roster but the opportunity of becoming an owner was a godsend for them. There’s the odd chance that they display some incredible management skills but most of the time their management abilities are equal to their skill on the stick. This owner can usually retain ownership of their team by following the rules and not causing trouble despite their team being at the bottom of the standings for multiple seasons. 3. The Nostalgic One This owner usually didn’t play in the CHL last season. They had burst onto the scene a few seasons ago and their skill was noticed so they moved up to the NHL or the AHL. Their individual numbers in the CHL were quite impressive but they’ve never achieved the ultimate goal: winning the Memorial Cup. Just like Mike O’Donnell in 17 Again, they get a second shot at winning the most coveted trophy in the CHL. Their scouting discord will be tightly ran with regular cuts being made. They’ll find some hidden gems while also getting some big names to be the cornerstone of their franchise. For this owner, it’s Mem’ or bust. They’ll probably get a shot at management at higher levels following their CHL success. 4. The Gold Miner This owner can have a lot of characteristics but what defines them is their great scouting. This player starts scouting way before they get their ownership but they go way farther than other owners do. They are studying the leaderboards in all the leagues they can find. They play drop-ins in hopes of finding that gold nugget. They scour the in game leaderboards trying to find undiscovered talent. Their team usually has a lot of success while setting new records for the number of second tag accusations. Most of their team gets drafted after the season so they just have to do it all over again. 5. The Average Player but Management Mastermind This owner probably has been around LG for quite a few seasons and has been observing from afar. They have a pretty good idea of what it takes to build a good team so they decide to go for it and apply for a CHL team. They’ve never been regarded as incredible players but they can pull their weight. The information they’ve gathered as a player enables them to build a team that works as a unit and can compete for a Memorial Cup. They even manage to make themselves look like absolute superstars by finding two players that can carry them to high point totals. That last skill is crucial because it usually enables them to take management at higher levels without ever looking out of place. This manager is quite rare and only comes once every few seasons. 6. The Flipper This owner is defined by their inability to maintain the status quo. If you are a player on their team, you forget what stability feels like. The roster is just a big ‘ol revolving door. Once the clock strikes 10:31 PM EST, a game of Russian Roulette starts except that only one chamber is empty, it won’t end until Sunday 6 PM EST. By that time, most of your team will have been traded but don’t get too cozy because next week most of your team will be gone or you might be gone. This strategy is quite hit or miss but is definitely entertaining. Feel free to tag the owners you recognize. I’ll drop you a cheeky like if I feel you’re right. You said it, not me!